Tag Archives: Environmental Policy

Sixth Circuit Provides Short-Term Clarity on WOTUS Rule

The United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit today issued a nationwide stay on the so-called “Clean Water Rule,” under which the United States Environmental Protection Agency (U.S. EPA) and the United States Army Corps of Engineers (Corps) revised the federal definition of “waters of the United States.” The rule, which is often … Continue reading this entry

Key Takeaways From the Associated Industries of Florida Water Forum

Last week I was honored to serve as lead moderator at the 2015 Associated Industries of Florida (AIF) Water Forum held in Orlando, Florida. As moderator, I led dynamic conversations on a wide range of water-related issues, including water supply, water quality, and implementation of Florida’s Amendment 1. The Forum featured Commissioner of the Department … Continue reading this entry

EPA Advocacy Can Add Value to a Manufacturer’s Bottom Line

Whether you’re manufacturing widgets or rubber bands, paper products or cheese, one thing most manufacturers have in common is being subject to various regulations by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Manufacturers often experience regulation as an imposition of new, stringent requirements that drive up operational costs. However, there are opportunities to engage in the regulatory … Continue reading this entry