Joseph R. Biden Jr.’s inauguration on January 20, 2021 as the forty-sixth President of the United States could usher in a sweeping period of environmental regulatory changes vastly eclipsing those of his immediate predecessor.
EPA has promulgated a final rule declining to impose final assurance requirements on the electric power, petroleum and coal manufacturing, and chemical manufacturing industries to clean up spills of hazardous substances.
COVID-19 was the most important trend influencing the market. But it had vastly divergent impacts on different segments of the industry.
President-Elect Biden has indicated his administration’s priority to designate PFOS and PFOA as hazardous substances.
EPA encourages storage of PFAS and PFAS-containing materials rather than disposal.
The EPA signed an agreement to delegate to the FDEP the authority to issue permits in the state under Section 404 of the federal Clean Water Act.
It’s pretty obvious what defined 2020, not just for real estate but for much of the globe: the coronavirus, the resulting economic recession and the U.S. presidential election.
The new interim guidance outlines science-based techniques and treatments that may be used to destroy or dispose of PFAS and PFAS-containing materials.
The World Economic Forum (WEF) has completed the initial stage of a blockchain platform for tracking embedded greenhouse gas emissions across the mining industry’s value chain.
Alongside potential obstacles such as job loss, financial insecurity, and a subsequent inability to cover many upcoming bills, many Americans are now facing potential home loss as well.