On January 26, 2021, several public health advocacy organizations and scientists filed a notice of intent to sue the EPA to compel it “to perform its non-discretionary duty to address the use and disposal of ‘legacy’ asbestos” ...
The President ordered 40 percent of the benefits from federal climate action go to disadvantaged communities
EPA’s Audit Policy, provides important incentives for regulated entities to voluntarily discover and correct violations of federal environmental laws and regulations.
What the scrap industry can expect and advice for proactively addressing potential issues.
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.
As concerns have escalated about vapor intrusion, regulatory agencies are not only taking more conservative approaches to risk – they may also be more likely to take enforcement action.
Since his inauguration in January 2018, New Jersey Governor Philip D. Murphy has steadily advanced an aggressive environmental justice agenda.
The New Jersey legislature approved a far-reaching new environmental justice bill intended to reduce the harmful effects of pollution in low-income communities.