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U.S. Supreme Court Maui Decision: Allan Gates (Mitchell Williams) American College of Environmental Lawyers Post Addresses EPA Guidance
Category: Arkansas Environmental, Energy, and Water Law
Mitchell Williams Attorney Allan Gates authored a January 21st post in the American College of Environmental Lawyers blog titled: Leaving on the Midnight Train to Maui (Going Back to Find a Simpler Place in Time)(“Post”) Allan is the immediate Past President of the American College of…
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Odor Control/RCRA Subtitle D Landfills: Association of State and Territorial Solid Waste Management Officials Report
Category: Arkansas Environmental, Energy, and Water Law
The Association of State and Territorial Solid Waste Management Officials (“ASTSWMO”) issued a December 2020 report titled: Odor Control at RCRA Subtitle D Landfills (“Report”) The Report was prepared by ASTSWMO’s Solid Waste Disposal and Conversion Task Force of the Materials Management…
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93rd Arkansas General Assembly: Water Used by Poultry Farms/Sales-Use Tax Exemption
Category: Arkansas Environmental, Energy, and Water Law
The 93rd Arkansas General Assembly convened for regular session on January 11th. The pre-filing of bills and resolutions began on November 16th. House Bill 1196 (HB 1196) has been introduced which would provide a sales and use tax exemption for water used by a poultry farm. The legislation is…
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No Migration Variances/Resource Conservation and Recovery Act: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Requests Comment on Petition Guidance
Category: Arkansas Environmental, Energy, and Water Law
The United States Environmental Protection Agency (“EPA”) published a January 19th Federal Register Notice requesting comments on guidance relating to the No Migration Variance (“NMV”) petition process. See 86 Fed. Reg. 5190. The NMV is related to the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (“RCRA”)…
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Criminal Enforcement/Water Control Law: Virginia Attorney General Announces Indictment of Whiskey Distillery
Category: Arkansas Environmental, Energy, and Water Law
The Commonwealth of Virginia Office of the Attorney General (“AG”) issued a January 15th news release announcing indictments of a Virginia whiskey distillery for alleged violations of the Virginia Water Control Law. Filibuster Distillery, LLC, Filibuster Barrels, LLC, and Sid Dilawri are stated to…
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