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CERCLA

Reporting Continuous Release Emissions Under CERCLA For Livestock Farms

Image shows dairy cow in pen looking at camera and flock of chickens in poultry house.
Images by Edwin Remsberg Beginning January 22, 2018, agricultural operations must begin reporting hazardous waste emissions for ammonia and hydrogen sulfide exceeding a reportable quantity for a 24-hour period. This new requirement for animal operations is the result of a recent court ruling on an...

Poultry Farm Reporting Continuous Release Emissions (CERCLA), AIR Workshop and More

Monday, Feb. 5, 2018 - 9:00am to 3:00pm
Wicomico County Extension Office
University of Maryland Extension CONTACT: Jon Moyle or Jenny Rhodes Poultry Farm Reporting Continuous Release Emissions (CERCLA), AIR Workshop and More The University of Maryland Extension is offering a one-day workshop for commercial poultry growers needing assistance filling out their CERCLA...

Poultry Farm Reporting Continuous Release Emissions (CERCLA), AIR Workshop and More

Friday, Feb. 2, 2018 - 9:00am to 3:00pm
Caroline County Extension Office
University of Maryland Extension CONTACT: Jon Moyle or Jenny Rhodes Poultry Farm Reporting Continuous Release Emissions (CERCLA), AIR Workshop and More The University of Maryland Extension is offering a one-day workshop for commercial poultry growers needing assistance filling out their CERCLA...
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