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Thursday, September 12, 2019
Highfields Golf & Country Club
42 McGill Drive, Grafton MA 01519
9:00 AM – Registration
10:00 AM – Shotgun Start
3:00 PM – Reception and Awards
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Reception Sponsors - $750
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MCTA's May 1, 2019 Program
Air Permititing & Compliance: What to Know, What to Do, What Not to Do
Bills Filed for 2019-2020 Legislative Session
To address the misinformation on PFAS, the American Chemistry Council facilitated a webinar for the Toxics Use Reduction Institute and IC2, which hosted the program. The webinar, "The PFAS Universe: Uses, Classification, and Degradation," is now accessible to a general audience and features Steve Korzeniowski, BeachEdge Consulting for the FluoroCouncil and Bob Buck from The Chemours Company.
EPA Rolls Out PFAS Action Plan, February 14, 2019
SAB Meeting, January 16, 2019
Mass DEP PFAS Hearing January 16, 2019
MassDEP held a public hearing on a request by a group of non-government organizations to regulate PFAS as a class and establish an MCL for drinking water. If you could not be there, the meeting is available in its entirety on YouTube:
MCTA's November 29th Program
Air Permitting and Compliance: What it Might Mean to You and Your Neighbors
Notice of Public Hearing, October 25, 2018
The Executive Office of Energy & Environmental Affairs will hold a public hearing on October 25, 2018 from 1 pm to 3 pm in conference room C, 2nd floor, 100 Cambridge Street. The purpose of the meeting is to add three categories of chemistry to the TURA List of Toxic or Hazardous Chemicals. Under state law, users, generators and manufacturers of high amounts of these chemistries will have to report use and will have to prepare plans for the reduction of use. MCTA will be present.
Materials for MCTA's Government Affairs Call on 9/27/18 @ 4 pm
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SAB Meeting September 12, 2018
Administrative Council Meeting, September 25, 2018
MCTA's May PFAS Program
The filing deadline has passed for legislation to be heard in the 2017-2018 session although bills may still be filed as “late filed.” Bills are being processed and assigned numbers by the Clerk’s office. MCTA will post information on legislation filed for the current session that may have an impact on members. Rep. John Mahoney of Worcester filed legislation to make the burden of TURA compliance less onerous for businesses in the Commonwealth.
At its September 27, 2017 meeting, the Science Advisory Board heard a presentation by Wendy Heiger-Bernays, "Per- & Poly-Fluoroalkyl Substances and Potential Relationships Between Endocrine Effects." It is expected that this document will guide the SAB as it works toward regulating short-chained perfuorinated hydrocarbons.
The SAB also released its guidance on nanomaterials as requested by the administration in response to a request by a coalition of non-governmental organizations.
It also released its assessment of Safer and Effective Alternatives to Methylene Chloride for Paint Stripping Products.
MCTA TURA Reform Legislation Filed in House
Materials from MCTA's: Regulation & the Bottom Line During a Time of Change
Science Advisory Board (SAB)
At its January 11, 2017 meeting, the members of the SAB voted to list all PFOS and PFOs and their salts. At its March 29th meeting, the SAB begin its review of short chain perfluorinated hydrocarbons examining physical characteristics, uses, safety & physical hazards, and health hazards. Members of the committee will review published research on these topics and recommend to the Administration whether or not to include these chemistries on the TUR list of toxic chemicals. Comment is welcome by the SAB as are recommended articles and research on the chemistries under review. Materials distributed during the meeting included an EHS Summaries of Perfluorohexanoic Acid (FFHxA); Perfluorohexane Sulfonic Acid (PFHxS), Excerpts from Annex XV Identification of PFHxS as a SVHC, and a graph taken from the 2013 Perez et al study illustrating the impacts of various PFAs on human tissue. (The methodology used to determine that data was called into question by the SAB.)
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