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28 Jun 2018Preparing for PFAS Regulation – Important Considerations on Emerging Contaminants
I just gave a presentation on emerging contaminants, with the response to “PFAS” contamination – perfluorinated chemicals – the latest, high-profile set of chemicals providing lessons for the regulated community (and perhaps regulators) to learn from. This presentation was an outgrowth of a State Bar journal article I’d recently published providing a primer on how
01 Jun 2018U.S. EPA Asks for Help Developing Blending Rule for POTWs – This Time, Do They Mean It?
U.S. EPA recently announced its intent to develop a proposed rulemaking to govern the use of blending to treat peak wet weather flows at public wastewater utilities. This isn’t the first time, the agency has started this process, but Administrator Pruitt’s comments suggest the effort may go the distance this time. U.S. EPA has long recognized
31 May 2018Public Input on Superfund Task Force Recommendations – EPA Is Really Listening!
U.S. EPA OECA’s Office of Site Remediation Enforcement (OSRE) is putting on a series of webinar/listening sessions in late May and June addressing specific recommendations found in the July 25, 2017 Administrator’s Superfund Task Force Recommendations (SFTF Recommendations). The goal of the SFTF Recommendations is to improve and expedite site cleanups, promoting redevelopment. The webinar/listening