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2019 Annual Air Quality Management Conference

Plan on joining us for our Annual Air Conference being held on Tuesday, November 5, 2019 at the Drury Lane Conference Center.  We’ve got a great conference planned with excellent speakers to provide information and discussion on current key issues. Click here to see the current conference agenda. Conference registration will open on Monday, August…

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A&WMA-LMSS 2019 Annual Waste Conference Highlights – Session III – State Regulatory Agency Panel

Article provided by Laura Sugano, Roux Associates, Inc.   State Regulatory Agency Panel, the third session of the Annual Waste Conference, was moderated by Larry Falbe, Principal with Miller, Canfield, Paddock and Stone, P.L.C. Charles Breitenfeldt, Compliance Assistance & Voluntary Programs Partners for Clean Air Coordinator with Indiana Department of Environmental Management (IDEM) began the…

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2019 Waste Conference – Electronic Waste Recap

The following article was provided by Cathy Hill, CEO, HOBI International. Electronic waste and the dumping of IT assets is a worldwide concern. And while putting a stop to growing technology is impossible, there are ways to control how we manage our e-waste.  The easiest method is to partner with an IT Asset Disposition (ITAD)…

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2019 Summer Networking

The A&WMA Lake Michigan States Section will be hosting their 6th Annual Networking Reception on July 23, 2019 at South Branch Tavern & Grill, a short walk from either train station. This has been a great event in the past and we hope you’ll consider joining us this year at a new location. Come out and…

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EPA formalizes approach to avoid federal and state duplication of inspections and enforcement

In navigating the complex and ever-changing framework of federal, state and local environmental law, the regulated community is often subject to duplicative federal and state regulatory requirements. At times, this can lead to multiple requests from various agencies for information, notices of violation, and seemingly duplicative penalties. Further, the involvement of multiple state and federal…

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EPA Air Chief Exits as Deregulatory Agenda Hangs in Balance

EPA’s air chief Bill Wehrum’s exit from the agency surprised many observers, as critical portions of his agenda remain unfinished. But observers said Principal Deputy Assistant Administrator Anne Idsal, who is set to take over Wehrum’s responsibilities as acting assistant administrator, is likely to continue many of Wehrum’s priority actions. Wehrum’s departure, announced June 26…

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A&WMA-LMSS 2019 Annual Waste Conference Highlights – Session II – Hazardous Waste Power Hour Recap

Article provided by Laura Sugano, Roux Associates, Inc.   Hazardous Waste Power Hour, the second session of the Annual Waste Conference, was moderated by Kathy Doyle, Managing Director with Relief EHS. Cara Simaga, Director of Regulatory Affairs with Stericycle, kicked off the power hour with her presentation titled “New Hazardous Waste Pharmaceuticals Rule”. She was…

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