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Environmental, Health, and Safety Company Provides Free Internet Tools to US Business and Industry

Compliance Forum & Resources, LLC, a leading provider of environmental, health, and safety education, announced the launch of its groundbreaking website that will assist US industries and manufacturers in dealing with all federal, state, and industry-driven compliance issues and needs. is uniquely designed to consolidate all necessary information and resources in a one-stop, immediately accessible format providing all specific rules and regulations associated with EHS compliance. CFR created the site as a response to disturbing recent trends involving compliance personnel changes within a diverse section of industries and companies.


TD Bank Opens Corporate Campus in Greenville, Continues to Hire Hundreds of Positions

TD Bank, America's Most Convenient Bank®, officially opened its corporate campus along Interstate 85 in Greenville, S.C., which includes a brand-new, modern Contact Center facility.

"The TD Corporate Campus in Greenville is a major investment in the local economy, and is the result of a strong partnership between TD and local, regional and state officials," said Bharat Masrani, President and CEO, TD Bank. "This is a prime location that will support the continued growth of America's Most Convenient Bank in South Carolina and across our Maine to Florida footprint."


Federal Court Approves Settlement of Environmental Claims Against Weylchem US, Inc. Facilities in Elgin and Lugoff, South Carolina

U.S. Attorney Bill Nettles, the U.S. Department of Justice and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announced today that United States District Court Judge Cameron Currie approved a consent decree with Weylchem US, Inc. to resolve alleged violations of federal and state air, water, and solid waste pollution laws at Weylchem’s specialty chemical manufacturing facility in Elgin and its wastewater treatment plant in Lugoff. Under the consent decree, Weylchem agreed to perform corrective action measures and to pay a civil penalty of $500,000, of which $175,000 will be paid to the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control.


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