Although some of the contamination has been removed, the state Department of Toxic Substances Control is working with the Boeing Co.
What does DTSC stand for?
DTSC stands for Department of Toxic Substances Control
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- Desk Top Spectrum Analyzer
- Discrete-Time Survival Analysis
- Down Town Santa Ana (Santa Ana, CA)
- Seaman Apprentice, Dental Technician Striker (Naval Rating)
- Dios Te Siga Bendiciendo (Spanish: God Continues to Bless You)
- Down the Street Bead Show
- Downtown South Bend, Inc
- Department of Tourism, Small Business and Industry (Australia)
- DARCOM Technical Steering Committee
- Dedicated Technical Solutions Consultancy (Netherlands)
- Detroit Tennis and Squash Club (Farmington Hills, MI)
- Detroit Triumph Sportscar Club (Michigan)
- Developer Technical Support Center (IBM)
- Dynamic Traction and Stability Control (Volvo)
- Diode-Triggered Silicon-Controlled Rectifier
- Digital Taiwan Supplemental Character Set
- Department of Tourism and State Development (Pierre, SD)
- Derry Township School District (Hershey, Pennsylvania)
- Distributed Time Service DCE (Distributed Computing Environment)
- Division of Transportation System Development (US DOT)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Senator Byron Sher, author of the bill, accepted a series of amendments to the bill, among them: * Clarifying and narrowing the scope of the bill to include only cathode ray tube devices and other video display devices that the Department of Toxic Substances Control determines contain hazardous waste.
21 /PRNewswire/ -- The California Environmental Protection Agency's (Cal/EPA) Department of Toxic Substances Control announced the issuance of an enforcement order with a proposed penalty of $400,000 against the Environmental Protection Corp.
EPA) and the California Department of Toxic Substances Control (DTSC) today extended by 30 days the period during which citizens may submit written comments on the proposed permits to allow Dow Chemical Co.
one of the defendant facilities, requires it to undertake studies to extract Chromium 6 and other contaminants from the soil, as well as provide cleanup procedures, including review of a groundwater treatment system, all under oversight of the California Department of Toxic Substances Control.
which owns the lab, and the California Department of Toxic Substances Control had planned this fall to dig out truckloads of dirt contaminated with dioxins and chromium -- without an environmental study or a public hearing.
EPA) and the California Department of Toxic Substances Control (DTSC) today invited interested members of the public to attend informational meetings and a public hearing on the proposed permit that would allow Dow Chemical Co.
California Department of Toxic Substances Control, Lincoln Plaza Building, Fourth Floor, 4th and P Streets, Sacramento (all sites).