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U.S. ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS PUBLIC NOTICE REGARDING BAYOU METO DRAINAGE BASIN, PULASKI COUNTY, ARKANSAS DREDGED AND/OR FILL MATERIAL ACTIVITIES
Category: Arkansas Environmental, Energy, and Water Law
Author: Walter G. Wright The Vicksburg District of the United States Army Corps of Engineers ("Corps") issued a public notice stating that it is considering an application for a Department of Army permit and state water quality certification for certain activities that would take place in the…
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FEDERAL EPA INTERPRETATION OF THE APPLICABILITY OF THE USED OIL REGULATIONS TO USED OIL AS A FEED STOCK TO A PETROLEUM REFINING FACILITY
Category: Arkansas Environmental, Energy, and Water Law
Author: Walter G. Wright The federal Environmental Protection Agency ("EPA") recently responded to a letter requesting clarification on the applicability of the used oil regulations, at 40 CFR part 279, to used oil inserted as a feed stock to a petroleum refining facility. The EPA responded in a…
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DRINKING WATER: MASSACHUSETTS FINES EROSION CONTROL COMPANY FOR BACKFLOW INCIDENT
Category: Arkansas Environmental, Energy, and Water Law
Author: Walter G. Wright The Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection ("DEP") penalized the R.B. Arello (d/b/a Hydrograss Technologies, Inc.) $18,975.00. A DEP news release stated that the penalty was assessed in regards to a backflow incident to the Somerset Water Supply which caused…
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ENERGY: FEDERAL DISTRICT COURT (OKLAHOMA) ADDRESSES CONFLICT BETWEEN WIND/OIL AND GAS ACTIVITIES
Category: Arkansas Environmental, Energy, and Water Law
Author: Walter G. Wright The Osage Nation ("Osage") (federally recognized Indian tribe) had leased its mineral interests within certain acreage in Oklahoma to Spy Glass Energy Group, LLC and others. Osage filed a lawsuit against Wind Capital Group, LLC and Osage Wind, LLC (collectively "Wind")…
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ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT: DID AN ENVIRONMENTAL CONSULTANT FALL SHORT OF WHAT WAS REQUIRED TO IDENTIFY WETLANDS ON A PROPERTY?
Category: Arkansas Environmental, Energy, and Water Law
Author: Walter G. Wright An entity known as JUST US FOUR, LLC ("Just Us") was conducting due diligence in conjunction with its possible purchase of a parcel of property approximately 29 acres in size in New Buffalo, Michigan. Just Us had been formed for the purpose of purchasing the property as an…
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