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Available under CERCLA are several options for addressing the effects of climate change on coastal Superfund sites.
Are the risks involved with fracking wastewater adequately managed under existing regulations and, if not, will the flurry of proposed regulations address any gaps?
A wide range of technologies are being deployed to convert agricultural, forestry, and municipal waste streams into fuels in the context of America's existing transportation fuel market.
Should air emissions from the combustion of a material be considered for a "waste" determination under RCRA?
A number of federal and state regulatory and policy initiatives are trying to streamline pharmaceutical waste management requirements and facilitate broader compliance.
Sustainability the land application of biosolids go hand in hand, and their combination is growing in public acceptance.
The legal position remains a minefield for economic operators who may be venturing into the area of transforming waste streams and production residues into commercially valuable and realisable products and raw materials.
Courts examine persons’ affirmative actions and the knowledge and control exercised with respect to the relevant waste and fundamentally change the strict application of RCRA.
All three East Coast cases significantly affect agriculture, but they go in different directions.
CITES regulates species listed on three Appendices, according to the degree of protection required for each species.
Answers and guidance are provided on questions about trade secrets arising in environmental consulting in the ESA context.
It's time to shift our focus from looking outside our firms to find and recruit diverse talent to inside our firms to create a practice that invites diversity.
Among 139 streams ranging across thirty different states, 80 percent contained one or more pharmaceutical compounds, while 50 percent contained at least seven.