Environmental Justice Grants Available for Qualifying Air-Related Projects

By: Luke Narducci and Amanda Reeve The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) issued a Request For Applications (RFA) on January 10, 2023, for projects “supporting community-based nonprofit organizations (CBO’s) in their efforts to collaborate and partner with other stakeholders…to develop … Continue reading

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USEPA Releases Updated Environmental Justice Related Legal Guidance

By: Luke Narducci and Amanda Reeve Further building upon its Environmental Justice (EJ) Legal Tools, on January 11, 2023, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) released the Cumulative Impacts Addendum updating its existing legal guidance for advancing EJ actions.  This … Continue reading

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ADEQ Providing Assistance for Small Rural Water Systems

by Luke Narducci, Mike Ford, Amanda Reeve ADEQ is providing new and improved help for small rural water systems.  We are sharing this notice to help bring awareness to this important issue. To that end, we will be following up … Continue reading

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DOE Seeks Input on How to Spend $2.5 billion on Transmission Projects

By Matt Derstine On May 6, 2022, the Department of Energy issued a notice of DOE’s intent to implement the Transmission Facilitation Program (TFP) and to request input regarding the solicitation and qualification process for TFP funding.  The TFP is … Continue reading

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Arizona Manufacturers Council’s Environmental & Sustainability Summit Lite 2021

by Amanda A. Reeve and Lucas J. Narducci After hosting its 2020 Environmental & Sustainability Summit (“ESS”) virtually due to the COVID Pandemic…after all, what else could keep Phoenicians from fleeing the scorching heat and heading up to the cooler … Continue reading

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In Case You Missed It: Key 2021 Environmental, Natural Resources, and Oil and Gas Topics

by Chris Colyer With the COVID-19 pandemic finally starting to subside, state and local governments are making up for lost time and enacting new environmental laws, rules, and policies at a breakneck pace.  Consequently, companies find themselves having to rapidly … Continue reading

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Arizona Water Improvement District Sues for PFAS Damages

by Patrick J. Paul On September 2, 2020, the DeAnza Domestic Water Improvement District of Pima County formed in 2018 to construct, operate and maintain a domestic water system to provide drinking water in Pima County Arizona, filed a complaint … Continue reading

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Governor Ducey’s July Surprise for Key Sunsetting Arizona Environmental Programs

by Lucas J. Narducci and Amanda Reeve There is no question that the Coronavirus Disease 19 (“COVID-19”) pandemic has been taking its toll on public health, and it is doing so in more ways than some folks may be aware. … Continue reading

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Breaking News of a Particulate Matter Regarding Air Quality

by Amanda A. Reeve The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (“USEPA”) announced today that it is proposing to retain the current National Ambient Air Quality Standards (“NAAQS”) for fine particulate matter (“PM2.5″) and course particulate matter (“PM10”).  The public comment period … Continue reading

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2019 Arizona Environmental and Sustainability Summit

by Lucas J. Narducci Next week is the annual Environmental and Sustainability Summit presented by Snell & Wilmer and the Arizona Manufacturers Council.  This Summit has been providing up to date information to attendees in the environmental, health, safety and … Continue reading

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