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CLEAN WATER ACT/TOTAL NITROGEN EFFLUENT LIMITATION: FEDERAL ENVIRONMENTAL APPEALS BOARD ADDRESSES CHALLENGE - Part 2
Category: Arkansas Environmental, Energy, and Water Law
Author: Walter G. Wright Part 2 of the Consent Decree can be downloaded below.
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CLEAN WATER ACT/TOTAL NITROGEN EFFLUENT LIMITATION: FEDERAL ENVIRONMENTAL APPEALS BOARD ADDRESSES CHALLENGE
Category: Arkansas Environmental, Energy, and Water Law
Author: Walter G. Wright The Great Bay Municipal Coalition, representing the municipalities of Dover and Rochester, New Hampshire ("Coalition"), petitioned the Federal Environmental Appeals Board ("Board") to review an effluent limitation for total nitrogen ("nitrogen") in a Clean Water Act…
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APPEAL OF BIG RIVER STEEL, LLC AIR PERMIT: ADMINISTRATIVE HEARING OFFICER ISSUES A PROTECTIVE ORDER
Category: Arkansas Environmental, Energy, and Water Law
Author: Walter G. Wright As noted in previous blog posts, http://www.mitchellwilliamslaw.com/clean-air-act-federal-district-court-asks-to-enjoin-construction-of-a-louisiana-direct-reduced-iron-manufacturing-facility-because-of-alleged-technology-changes, Nucor Corporation and Nucor-Yamato Steel…
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SUPERFUND "ALL APPROPRIATE INQUIRIES RULE": FEDERAL ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY ISSUES FEDERAL REGISTER NOTICE
Category: Arkansas Environmental, Energy, and Water Law
Author: Walter G. Wright The United States Environmental Protection Agency ("EPA") has issued a December 30th Federal Register Notice stating it is taking final action to amend the Standards and Practices for Conducting All Appropriate Inquiries under the Comprehensive Environmental Response…
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WATER: KANSAS COURT OF APPEALS ADDRESSES WHAT LIMITS EXIST ON KANSAS DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE"™S REGULATORY AUTHORITY OVER WATER USE
Category: Arkansas Environmental, Energy, and Water Law
Author: Walter G. Wright The Chief Engineer of the Kansas Department of Agriculture's Division of Water Resources ("KDA") is provided the statutory authority to enforce and administer the laws of Kansas pertaining to the beneficial use of water. The KDA's Chief Engineer is provided the authority…
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