More Focus on DOT to Improve Rail Safety

Oct. 6, 2014
American Chemistry Council is the latest to sound off on proposed safety enhancements of rail cars transporting chemicals

In August, Chemical Processing’s regulatory editor, Lynn Berguson, wrote in her column about the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) publishing an important proposed rule to improve the safety of transporting large quantities of flammable materials by rail.

Now, the American Chemistry Council has issued its comments, urging the DOT to continue to improve the proposed rule. Click here to view their comments.

 

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