Researchers say mortality composting is a simple, economical means of disposal that, if done properly, is safe and will not impact ground and surface water.
While the effects of burying the blades may not be felt immediately, there could be a larger impact on the state both environmentally and economically.
Comments must be submitted on or before December 6.
Several California jurisdictions are taking early strides to try and address the problems with accumulating wasted marine flares.
NORA applied to PHMSA for a determination that HMTA preempts Oregon Administrative Rule as applied to transporters of hazardous waste.