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Has the standard for performing a Phase I environmental site assessment changed? Yes and no *

- November 25 2013
Purchasers and lessees of commercial or industrial properties know to obtain Phase I environmental site assessments to identify the presence of…

Co-authors: Carie McKinney, Mary Mendoza.


TCEQ audit guidance updated to reflect legislative changes authorizing use by prospective purchasers *

- October 2 2013
In September 2013, the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality updated its guidance on the use of the Texas Environmental, Health, and Safety Audit…

Co-authors: Mary Mendoza.


New EPA guidance on tenant liability under superfund *

- January 18 2013
On December 5, 2012, EPA issued revised enforcement guidance to assist agency personnel in exercising enforcement discretion regarding the treatment…

Co-authors: Carie McKinney, Mary Mendoza.


TCEQ announces ability for regulated entities to register to review their compliance history ratings prior to release to the public *

- July 26 2012
Pursuant to statutory changes enacted in its 2011 Sunset Review, the TCEQ has created a website that allows companies and persons subject to its regulations to review the agency’s proposed compliance history rating, for a 30-day period prior to that rating being made available to the public.

Co-authors: James Braddock.


Oil and gas operations, including fracing, subject to new air quality regulation - EPA issues final rules under the New Source Performance Standards and National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants programs *

- April 20 2012
In order to comply with a court-ordered schedule, EPA Administrator Lisa Jackson on April 17, signed final rules that subject additional oil and gas operations, including fracing, to air quality regulation under the New Source Performance Standards and National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants programs, and impose new and amended requirements under both programs.

Co-authors: James Braddock, Mary Mendoza.


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