NYS Opens Application for Grant Funding for 2022

Once again, NYS has opened the Consolidated Funding Application (CFA). This round makes funding available for up to $150 million in cash awards and $75 million in Excelsior Tax Credits. This is the twelfth round of the CFA, which was started to streamline the State’s grant application process by offering applicants a single submission that… Read More

EPA Amends Clean Air Act HAP List

Effective February 4, 2022, the U.S. EPA has added the chemical 1-bromopropane (1-BP) to the national Hazardous Air Pollutant (HAP) list. This is the first time that the EPA has added a chemical to the Clean Air Act (CAA) list under section 112(b)(1) since 1990.   The compound 1-BP or n-propyl bromide (nPB), CAS #106–94–5,… Read More

EV Charging Network Poised for Growth

Owners of electric vehicles have expressed their frustration at the lack of charging stations that are easily accessible to the general public. However, according to a recent article by Automotive News, all of that could soon change as the network for public charging stations in the U.S. is rapidly increasing, making electric vehicles an increasingly… Read More

Right-to-Know Filing is Due by March 1st

FRIENDLY REMINDER! It’s time to file New York City (NYC) Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) Community Right to Know (RTK) annual Tier II reports. If you have a facility in NYC storing, handling or using hazardous substances or chemicals, make sure you file your RTK annual reports before the March 1st, 2022 deadline. WHAT IS… Read More

The Recycling Market Rebound

Recently, the Solid Waste Association of North America (SWANA) reported encouraging news and developments in the recycling market. SWANA is the largest member-based solid waste association in the world with more than 10,000 public and private sector professionals. In November 2021, SWANA reported that over the last three years, the recycling market has worked to… Read More