Hazmat Classification Changes - 9/13/2010
The Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration eliminated expiration dates on hazmat classification approvals, effective September 7. According to the agency, its previous policy, introduced in 2009, had unanticipated effects that barred carriers from transporting hazardous materials after a classification approval reached its expiration.
Read about the amendment to PHMSA’s hazmat policy here.
|7/7/2009||Certifying 3rd-Party Labs ...more | comments |
A new CGA publication describes how to certify third-party testing labs.
|7/7/2009||Hydrogen from Urine ...more | comments |
A scientist creates hydrogen from urine.
|7/6/2009||Nitrogen Fireworks ...more | comments |
Scientists use nitrogen fuels in fireworks.
|7/6/2009||Acetylene-Treated Mangos ...more | comments |
Mangos are being treated with calcium carbide/acetylene, which can be fatal.
|7/6/2009||Welding on Ares I ...more | comments |
Engineers work on welding techniques for NASA’s Ares I.
|7/2/2009||Sew with Welding ...more | comments |
Scientists in Germany create a laser welding sewing machine.
|7/2/2009||Praxair Acquires Company ...more | comments |
Praxair Surface Technologies acquires Sermatech International Holdings.
|7/2/2009||Automated Gas Extraction ...more | comments |
An automated system extracts gases from an underground landfill.
|7/1/2009||Raising Cash ...more | comments |
Small businesses are finding innovative ways to raise extra cash.
|7/1/2009||Air Liquide Aids CO2 Work ...more | comments |
Air Liquide’s teaching and research “chair” will fund CO2 studies.