A question and answers document on BIL Implementation from the Office of Water
A copy of a pre-publication version of the proposed rule: Clean Water Act Section 401 Water Quality Certification Improvement Rule. Comments will be due 60 days from the date of… Read More »
Updated funding chart including the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act, the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2022, and the Presidential FY2023 Budget Request.
An ACWA letter to the Office of Wastewater Management on the states/interstates recommendations for the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law Implementation Guidance.
TO: Corporate Executives and Business Leaders FROM: Anne Neuberger, Deputy Assistant to the President and Deputy National Security Advisor for Cyber and Emerging Technology and Chris Inglis, National Cyber Director… Read More »
SEC. 3. ENACTMENT OF THE SECTION 401 CERTIFICATION RULE.
The final rule of the Environmental Protection Agency entitled ‘‘Clean Water Act Section 401 Certification Rule’’ (85 Fed. Reg. 42210 (July 13, 2020)) is enacted into law.
A fact sheet from EPA outlining the provisions of the Bipartisan Infrastructure Deal. The Bipartisan Infrastructure Deal invests more than $50 billion through EPA’s highly successful water infrastructure programs.
In sum, in light of the lack of reasoned decisionmaking and apparent errors in the rule’s scope of certification, the indications that the rule contravenes the structure and purpose of the Clean Water Act, and that EPA itself has signaled it could not or will not adopt the same rule upon remand, significant doubt exists that EPA correctly promulgated the rule.
Ruling: Upper Missouri Waterkeeper v. EPA – Ninth Circuit Opinion, 10.7.2021
A Federal Register notice from EPA announcing the availability of the Draft FY 2022– 2026 EPA Strategic Plan for public review and comment, which is being revised as required by… Read More »
Comments on the agency’s efforts to review and revise the sec. 401 water quality certification rule and encourage the agency to engage in robust coordination with the states through organizations… Read More »