Businesses and municipalities that could be impacted by the EPA’s proposed rulemaking for PFAS chemicals should take steps now to prepare.
Environmental Protection Agency proposes new rules to treat PFAS chemicals as hazardous.
As part of its PFAS strategic roadmap, U.S. EPA issues new lifetime PFAS drinking water health advisories.
Eco- and flight-friendly powerline installation proposed near airport in northern lower Michigan.
State regulators issue joint advisory about PFOS contamination resulting from biosolids used for nutrients at Michigan cattle farm.
The proposed new definition of “Waters of the United States” by the EPA and USACE could have significant environmental ramifications for your property, operations or activities.
State of Michigan requests holders of National Pollution Discharge Elimination System permits to conduct "vulnerability analysis" to minimize impact on Great Lakes water levels.
Like other requirements, environmental regulations apply to medicinal and recreational cannabis businesses too.
Underground storage tank owners and operators can apply for funds to help pay cleanup costs for release of materials into environment.
The corporate liability shield may not protect individual shareholders, owners or executives in certain environmental exposure situations.
Detroit regional water system deal punctuates the need for regional cooperation and infrastructure investment, here and across the United States.
Michigan Court of Appeals upholds substantial civil penalty award against owner and operators of leaking underground storage tanks for failure to complete closure activities.
While the Supreme Court trimmed a little of EPA’s ability to regulate greenhouse gas emissions from stationary sources, it left in place EPA’s authority to do so.
Michigan bills allow reuse of byproducts from incinerated coal and municipal waste in landfills, fertilizer, building materials, among other uses
State statutes of repose can bar environmental tort claims from proceeding even if contamination goes undiscovered for decades.
While the federal Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Code allows for such well known measures as payment of creditors on a priority basis, it also addresses other obligations, including the payment of environmental costs incurred while the entity proceeds through bankruptcy.
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