FREE CHMM Certification Questions and Answers


Which of these is false about a "limited use" pesticide?

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This is false.
Private applicators of restricted-use pesticides can apply them to more than just dwellings.
In agricultural production, "private applicator" refers to those who employ restricted use pesticides on their own or managed land, which can include more than just dwellings.

Which is not a universal waste?

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Universal trash contains commonly created hazardous items managed under simplified restrictions to encourage recycling or disposal.
Universal waste regulations promote effective waste management to protect the environment.

The 1977 CAA amendments created two new programs: one for places cleaner than NAAQS and one for areas not meeting NAAQS. Respectively, these programs

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The 1977 Clean Air Act (CAA) amendments created two new air quality management programs:

DOT regulations mandate the following placards for trucks with detachable trailers:

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You are correct,5 placards.

Which of these is a "Brownfield"?

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A "Brownfield" is real property, usually former industrial or commercial locations, where hazardous substances, pollutants, or contaminants may hamper growth, redevelopment, or reuse.
Brownfields are industrial sites that need assessment, cleanup, and remediation to safeguard future occupants and the environment.

Which of the following legislative acts requires EPA form R, the "Toxic Chemical release inventory reporting form"?

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EPA Form R, the "Toxic Chemical Release Inventory Reporting Form," is required under SARA Title 3, the Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act (EPCRA).
To improve public access to chemical dangers and dangerous substance emissions, this statute was passed.
The public and regulatory authorities get harmful chemical discharge and waste management information on EPA Form R.

Which of the following is a phase 2 environmental property evaluation goal?

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A Phase 2 Environmental Property Evaluation's purpose of "confirming the presence of suspected contaminants" comprises rigorous sampling, laboratory analysis, and risk assessment to verify the Phase 1 ESA's initial concerns.
This stage is essential for accurately detecting contamination and making educated environmental management and remediation decisions.

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