Category: ATLAS (Air Toxics Lead and Asbestos Section)

Asbestos Policies—Utah Determinations:
Asbestos Program

Jump to: How Do You Count Ten Working Days? Is the Removal of Mastic a Regulated Activity? How Do You Count Ten Working Days? (Effective: February 8, 1999) Based on an EPA determination, asbestos projects subject to a 10-working day notification in Utah can commence on or after the 11th working day (week day) counted …

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Asbestos: Renovation or Demolition?

Print Version (133 KB) What You Need to Know Before You Start You are subject to State and/or Federal Regulations requiring inspection for asbestos. Avoid Penalties and Delays: Have your project inspected for asbestos by a State Certified asbestos inspector before commencing work. It is Illegal to Improperly Disturb Some Asbestos-Containing Materials Asbestos can be …

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Asbestos Laboratories in Utah

AccuSource Laboratories 420 North 1200 West, Unit A2 Lindon, Utah 84042 Phone: (801) 785-6770 Datachem Laboratories 960 West Levoy Drive Murray, Utah 84123 Phone: (801) 266-7700 Dixon Information 78 West 2400 South South Salt Lake, Utah 84115 Phone: (801) 486-0800 Website

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Asbestos Disposal

Reporting and Record Keeping Requirements for Waste Disposal—Field Guide This is a guide to help you comply with the reporting and record keeping requirements of the asbestos National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants (NESHAP). Asbestos Disposal Sites Clean Harbors Grassy Mountain, LLC Location: I-80 to exit 41, 3 miles east, 7 miles north in …

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Frequently Asked Questions:
Asbestos

What is Asbestos? Asbestos is a name given to a group of minerals which occur naturally as masses of long silky fibers. Asbestos is known for its unique properties of being resistant to abrasion, inert to acid and alkaline solutions, and stable at high temperatures. Because of these attributes, asbestos was widely used in construction …

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MACTs and Other NESHAPs:
Air Toxics Lead and Asbestos Section (ATLAS)

Maximum Achievable Control Technology (MACT) Rules The 1990 Clean Air Act (CAA) Amendments established a new and fairly complex program to regulate emissions of 188 hazardous air pollutants (HAPs) from particular industrial sources. The Act required the US Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) to regulate emissions of these HAPs by developing and promulgating technology-based standards based …

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Asbestos Program

Asbestos is a natural mineral fiber that is mined from the Earth. It was used in many common building materials for its strength and durability, insulation properties, and fire resistance. Today, asbestos materials look much different. Asbestos is found in many building materials, including but not limited to, drywall systems, textures, plasters, pipe insulation, metal …

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Lead-Based Paint Program

Parents, lead-based paint renovators, and trainers can find information about lead-based paint and how to protect yourself from its harmful effects.

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