Tag:Environmental Protection Agency
A federal judge in Arizona nullified Monday the Trump-era rule that eliminated Clean Water Act protections for a huge swath of the West.
U.S. Judge’s Decision in Long-Running Hawai’i Clean Water Act Case May Launch Era of New Permit Requirements for Dischargers of Pollution to Groundwater
A long battle over a Hawai’i local government’s pollution to the ocean via groundwater ended late last week with a federal judge’s order making clear that the discharges are illegal if not authorized by regulators.
The AGs Office announced an independent investigation into CDPHE air pollution policies that may have covered up some violations.
On June 7 regulatory agencies acknowledged a need to repeal NWPR to make improvements in the regulatory definition of WOTUS.
The EPA and Army Corps of Engineers will soon attempt again to clarify the reach of their regulatory power over U.S. waterways.
The House of Representatives has passed a resolution overriding a Trump-era effort to eliminate rules limiting methane discharges.
The U.S. Supreme Court rejected the federal government's effort to block Guam’s claim for cleanup of an abandoned military weapons dump
State employee whistleblowers are asking the EPA administrator to reexamine an emissions permit granted to a power plant north of Denver.