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COURT ORDER SOUGHT TO REQUIRE REFINERIES TO ADVISE PUBLIC ABOUT ACCIDENTAL CHEMICAL RELEASES

From: Daily Breeze

“But in practical terms, the CSB relies on media reports to learn about accidental chemical releases, said Adam Carlesco, an attorney representing Washington, D.C.-based…

ADVOCATES SUE SAFETY BOARD OVER COMPANY EMISSIONS REPORTING RULE

From: BNA Pearson

“The lawsuit filed by Houston-area organizations and the Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility seeks to compel the U.S. Chemical Safety Board to issue…

AIR POLLUTION: GREENS SUE CSB OVER ACCIDENTAL RELEASE REPORTING

From: Greenwire

“A coalition of environmental groups today sued the U.S. Chemical Safety Board in a bid to force the agency to increase transparency about accidental chemical releases.…

SHUTDOWN THREAT RISKS STALLING WORK, PUSHING OUT STAFF

From: Bloomberg BNA

“Jeff Ruch, the director of Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility, said in an email to Bloomberg BNA the logistics of closure were unclear. The prospect…

EFFORT TO SAVE AGENCY FROM BUDGET AX DRAWS ALLEGATIONS OF WRONGFUL LOBBYING

From: Government Executive

“Jeff Ruch, executive director of the nonprofit Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility and a frequent critic of CSB management, told Government…


News Releases

LAWSUIT TO REQUIRE CHEMICAL ACCIDENT EMISSION REPORTS

Hurricane Harvey Chemical Explosions Spotlight Neglected Clean Air Act Mandate

OBAMAS TIMID CHEMICAL SAFETY LEGACY

EPA Plan Limited, Largely Voluntary and Leaves Largest Threats Unabated

MORALE CHARADES AT CHEMICAL SAFETY BOARD

Managing Director Scapegoated as CSB Stalls Mandatory Morale Survey Analysis

NEW TRANSPARENCY IS OPAQUE AT CHEMICAL SAFETY BOARD

Basic Information on Investigations, Procurement and Private Emails Still Missing

CHEMISTRY CLASSROOM FLASH FIRE SHOULD BE INVESTIGATED

Chemical Safety Board Dispatches Tweets Not Investigators to Latest School Blowout