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Six Ways Michigan's Review of Vapor Intrusion Sites Could Impact You

The Michigan Department of Environmental Quality (MDEQ) recently announced that it will be evaluating the vapor intrusion (VI) pathway at 4,000 sites, including as many as 375 Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA)...more

Expect Increased Environmental Regulatory Scrutiny in the Wake of the Flint Water Crisis

The regulated community should plan for an increased level of agency oversight, inspection and enforcement and increased public involvement. Although there has been much finger pointing as to which party or parties may...more

When May a Previously Approved Site Closure Not Provide Closure - Reopening Vapor Intrusion Sites

We can expect the trend seen in Massachusetts and some other states of reevaluating and reopening previously closed sites to address the vapor intrusion pathway to grow. Massachusetts is the latest state to reevaluate...more

What Does the Health Care Industry Do Now When Disposing "Hazardous Waste" Pharmaceuticals?

Potentially affected health care facilities should evaluate current management practices, evaluate best management practices for regulated facilities, and develop a plan to prepare for and manage a regulatory inspection....more

EPA's NPDES Electronic Reporting Rule: A Step Toward A Next Generation Compliance Strategy

The final rule strives to take advantage of information technology, allowing resources to be used more efficiently and effectively, and giving the EPA, states and the public better access to key data. Implementation will...more

Six Things the Private Sector Should Know About EPA's Final Vapor Intrusion Guidance

The cumulative impact of the EPA guidance is to require the generation of more data, which means more sampling and analysis, more frequent and stringent remediation, and potentially higher remediation costs. At long...more

Every Picture Tells a Story... Convincing Regulators and Courts of Your Client’s Position

When facing the potential of spending large sums of money on remediation, administrative enforcement, or litigation due to a chemical release to the environment, you must be able to take the collected information and data and...more

Fourth Circuit Brownfields Decision Stops Short Of Worst-Case Outcome

In a closely watched Superfund case decided April 4, 2013, the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals interpreted the scope of landowner liability protections Congress put in place in 2002 to "promote the cleanup and reuse of...more

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