Tag: Kori Andrews

Update on Federal Stormwater Issues

This year, we’ve seen an onslaught of court cases involving stormwater.  For those of you keeping track, here’s a brief summary: Decker v. Northwest Environmental Defense Center: The Supreme Court ruled that USEPA properly interpreted reguions in determining that stormwater flow from logging roads does not require an NPDES permit. Los Angeles County Flood Control […]

EPA Requests Public Input on Hazardous Waste Operations

Does your facility generate, treat, store or dispose of hazardous wastes?  If so, take the time to read and comment on EPA’s revision to “Waste Analysis at Facilities That Generate, Treat, Store, and Dispose of Hazardous Wastes: A Guidance Manual.” The guidance manual was last updated in 1994. The current version of the guidance manual […]

Stormwater Runoff from Logging Roads is not a Point Source

Stormwater is an important issue these days, and there is no better place in which the push and shove can be seen than the court system. The most recent U.S. Supreme Court case in which stormwater takes front and center is Decker v. Northwest Environmental Defense Center (NEDC).  In this case, the Supreme Court ruled that runoff from […]

Greater Louisville Inc.'s Energy & Environment Committee Update

The GLI Energy & Environment Committee meets once per month and SMG regularly attends.  Each month, various subcommittees report on air, waste, water and energy efficiency.  The meeting also included a legislative update from GLI’s lobbyist. Several highlights from the March 2013 meeting include: APCD has issued a public notice  for draft regulations pertaining to fees […]

Kori Andrews Serving on Public Policy Committee

Kori Andrews has recently been chosen to serve on the Public Policy Committee for the Kentucky Association for Economic Development (KAED). The Public Policy Committee meets weekly during the legislative session of the Kentucky General Assembly to discuss pertinent bills affecting economic development in Kentucky. Bills currently being tracked by KAED include HB 134 – […]