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EPA hosting workshop on TRI

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by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam - The USEPA is sponsoring a free toxics release inventory technical assistance workshop this Friday from 8:30am to noon at the Guam Power Authority's Harmon Main Office to explain reporting requirements for certain facilities that manufacture, process, or otherwise use toxic chemicals.  The TRI gives the public nationwide information about the amounts of chemicals that certain facilities release into the water, air, and land.

Facility owners and environmental consultants are strongly encouraged to attend so they can learn about these important mandatory reporting requirements.

The workshop will be held on Friday, October 26 from 8:30am to noon at the Guam Power Authority's Harmon Main Office. Please register by October 19, by contacting: John Wilhelmi at John.Wilhelmi@erg.com or (617) 823-7985.

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