Revisions to the RMP Regulations: What's Next?

EM—A look at what EM readers need to know with respect to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's recently finalized revisions to its Risk Management Plan (RMP) regulations.

Air Quality in Megacities Around the World

EM—An overview of the air quality issues, trends, current initiatives, and potential path forward for improving air quality in five current or potential megacities around the world: São Paulo, Brazil; Cairo, Egypt; Tehran, Iran; Delhi, India; and Beijing, China.

Solid Waste Management: Spotlight on Best Practices

EM—Highlighting the “waste” side of the Air & Waste Management Association (A&WMA), the March issue provides insights on waste-themed issues ranging from waste prevention to more sustainable landfill design and operations.

NESHAPs A Glimpse into their Ongoing Revolution

The National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants, or NESHAPs, are federal regulations that focus on the emissions of air contaminants that the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) considers to have toxic health effects. Unlike several other EPA air pollution control programs, NESHAPs can affect sources that are newly constructed or previously existing, regardless of the emission unit requiring an air permit, and regardless of the size of the facility.