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Hazardous Materials Regulation Training: Arkansas Oil Marketers Association Schedules July 7th Arkadelphia Class
Category: Arkansas Environmental, Energy, and Water Law
The Arkansas Oil Marketers Association (“AOMA”) has scheduled a July 7th Hazardous Materials Regulation training class (“Class”). The Class will be held in Arkadelphia, Arkansas, on July 7th from 6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. The course is designed for HAZMAT employees. This generally includes anyone who…
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PCB Contamination/Cost Recovery Act: Federal District Court Dispute Over Responsibility
Category: Arkansas Environmental, Energy, and Water Law
Co-Author: Arthur Jefferson The United States District Court for the Western District of Missouri (“Court”) addressed an issue arising out of the investigation and remediation of a release of polychlorinated biphenyls (“PCBs”) and other constituents. See Substation K, Inc. v. Kansas City Power &…
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Title V Petition to Object/U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Regulatory Revisions: July 9th Mitchell Williams Environmental Insights Webinar
Mitchell Williams Law Firm will be holding a one-hour Environmental Insights Webinar addressing the United States Environmental Protection Agency’s (“EPA”) recent revisions to its Title V Petition to Object Rule (“Revisions”). The speakers will include: Stuart Spencer – Mitchell Williams Law Firm…
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Citizen Suit Action/Clean Water Act: Federal District Court Addresses Developers' Argument for Dismissal
Category: Arkansas Environmental, Energy, and Water Law
Co-Author: Scout Snowden The United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania (“Court”) addressed in a June 15th memorandum issues arising out of a Clean Water Act (“CWA”) citizen suit (“Citizen Suit”) action. See Michael D. Moss v. Sal Lapio, Inc., et al., 2020 WL 3259983. The…
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COVID-19/Stay-at-Home Orders: U.S. Energy Information Administration Report Notes Reduction in Commercial/Industrial Electricity Use
Category: Arkansas Environmental, Energy, and Water Law, Coronavirus (COVID-19)
The United States Energy Information Administration (“EIA”) issued a June 20th report titled: Stay-at-Home Orders Led to Less Commercial and Industrial Electricity Use in April (“Report”) Electricity sales for April 2020 for three sectors (residential, commercial, industrial) were compared with…
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