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Mar

2018

UPDATE - NYS Proposed Legislation Likely to Impact Large Food Waste Generators

There continues to be a focus globally, nationally and at the state level on food waste reduction, recovery and recycling. In New York State, legislation for increasing food donation and food scrap recycling was brought forward in 2017, but not advanced.
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Mar

2018

NYSDEC to use Enforcement Discretion with Certain 6NYCRR Part 360 Series Provisions

If you followed our previous posting on the 6NYCRR Part 364 changes (found at this link: 6NYCRR Part 364 ), you will know that there were significant updates in the new regulations in relation to waste haulers, specifically the new registration and tracking requirements of in Subparts 364-3 and 364-5, respectively. This results in a significant increase in paperwork and tracking required by the transporter as well as the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (NYSDEC) under the updated Part 364.
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Feb

2018

Revised SPDES Multi-Sector General Permit for Stormwater Discharges from Industrial Activity scheduled to take effect March 1, 2018

The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (NYSDEC) is introducing a new SPDES Multi-Sector General Permit for Stormwater Discharges from Industry Activity (MSGP) (GP-0-17-004). This permit regulates stormwater discharges from industrial activities. GP-0-17-004 is scheduled to commence on March 1, 2018 with a five year permit term. GP-0-17-004 is replacing the current MSGP (GP-0-12-001). 
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Feb

2018

The Updated 6NYCRR Part 364 for Waste Transporters

If you have been following the development of the new solid waste solid waste regulations in New York State over the years, you are probably aware that the new regulations went into effect on November 4, 2017. The new regulations were reformatted into a 6 NYCRR Part 360 series of regulations, which includes Part 364 – Waste Transporters.
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Feb

2018

Preparing for the Next Generation of Wireless Transmission

Author: John Benson

Ready or not, Wireless companies are coming to your town to install antennas in your public Right-Of-Ways (ROW). All across America they are securing the legal authority to install their antennas on your utility poles and street lights in order to provide 5G connectivity to improve their bottom line.

 

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