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Posted on Dec 20, 2021

Top 5 Waste Management Trends to Look Out For in 2022

Another year is behind us, and we’re looking forward to 2022. We see some exciting changes in store for waste management next year! Here are the upcoming ones we’re most excited for! 1. Local and Federal Governments Will Amp Up Incentives for Businesses to Go Green Overflowing landfills and polluted oceans are continuing to be […]

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Posted on Nov 17, 2021

Your Role in Environmental, Health & Safety Compliance

You may not think that Environmental, Health, and Safety (EHS) compliance is that big of a deal for your industry, but this complex set of rules, laws, and regulations touches nearly every aspect of your business. Workplace safety is enforced by OSHA, which is not an agency to be taken lightly. At its heart, EHS […]

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Posted on Oct 21, 2021

Clym Environmental Services Awarded Gold Star for Safety by ConstructSecure: Why Does it Matter?

In September of 2021, Clym Environmental Services received its second Gold Star Safety Award from ConstructSecure, recognizing the company as one of its safest contractors and vendors. What does this really mean, though, and why does it matter to our clients? About the ConstructSecure Gold Star Safety Award ConstructSecure is a leading risk management firm […]

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Posted on Sep 20, 2021

What to Expect During an RCRA Inspection

When you’re notified of an RCRA (Resource Conservation and Recovery Act) inspection, it’s only natural to worry…a lot. After all, fines can be hefty; the highest fine leveled at noncompliant companies is currently over $100,000 per day. What should you expect during an RCRA inspection, and how can you protect your company? What is the […]

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Posted on Aug 09, 2021

Moving Your Lab? This Checklist Will Help You Plan

Moving a laboratory is more than renting a U-Haul or booking a residential moving company. A successful laboratory relocation requires strategy and planning. With so much to do, where do you start? CLYM Environmental brings you this easy-to-follow checklist for making sure you’re prepared for your big move. The Planning Stage The planning stage should […]

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Posted on Jul 16, 2021

6 Tips for Handling and Disposing of Used Sharps

Needlestick and other sharps injuries are, unfortunately, a hazard for anyone working in the healthcare or life sciences research fields whether you’re a nurse, emergency responder, doctor, or lab technician. While OSHA has (enacted) passed requirements allowing only the use of safer sharps devices in most settings, sharps injuries can still occur. Why Is Proper […]

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Posted on Jun 16, 2021

What is EHS Training & Why Does it Matter?

Last month, we took a look at what an EHS specialist does. Now, let’s take a deeper look at the world of Environmental Health and Safety and find out not only what it is, but why it matters to your organization. Compliance, Compliance, Compliance Ah, the neverending reach of OSHA. One of the largest driving […]

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Posted on May 14, 2021

What Does an EHS Specialist Do? Requirements & Responsibilities

Big brother is watching, but it’s not always a bad thing. Environmental Health and Safety (EHS) is a global, conscious driven movement that affects almost all industries in some form or another. Trained professionals, known as Environmental Health and Safety Specialists, have the unique understanding of worker protection and environmental regulations that keep facilities, both […]

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Posted on Apr 15, 2021

How To Prepare For An Environmental Health & Safety Audit

An Environmental Health and Safety (EHS) Audit is an in depth look at your workplace’s compliance with industry regulations relevant to worker protection and waste management. These assessments are performed by an independent third party, although there are guidelines put in place by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). EHS audits consider: How well employees are […]

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Posted on Mar 22, 2021

The Three Phases of Successfully Completing a Lab Decommissioning

When closing, renovating, or relocating a laboratory, observing the best practices contained in the following three phases, will ensure that you proceed efficiently, safely, and above all, in compliance with the ANSI/ASSE Z9.11-2016 Laboratory Decommissioning standard. To help you delve into the details, we have provided a series of tips and recommendations: PHASE I: ASSESS […]

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