New EPA Guidance and Enforcement on Regional Haze State Implementation Plans
Impact on Manufacturers of Meaningful Reductions in Visibility-Impairing Pollutants
A live 90-minute CLE video webinar with interactive Q&A
This CLE course will guide environmental attorneys on how state implementation plans (SIPs) in various states are beginning to take shape, the Biden administration's new guidance and likely approach to control requirements, and how companies can meet the requirements or seek compliance exceptions.
- New EPA guidance
- Nonattainment areas
- Best practices
The panel will address these and other relevant topics:
- What lessons can be learned from the first ten-year implementation period?
- What types of industry are likely to be affected?
- What are successful strategies for getting through the SIP process?
Clara Poffenberger Environmental Law and Policy
Ms. Poffenberger's experience of over 30 years is primarily with the Clean Air Act and air pollution laws of... | Read More
Ms. Poffenberger's experience of over 30 years is primarily with the Clean Air Act and air pollution laws of various states. She counsels companies on compliance with air pollution law including regulations for greenhouse gas emissions. With in-depth knowledge of the Clean Air Act and its rules and state rules as well as EPA and state policy, she provides strategic advice on regulatory development, compliance, and enforcement defense. She began her career at the U.S. EPA, first in the Office of Air and Radiation in the Stationary Source Compliance Division in Washington D.C. and then in the Air Enforcement Division of the Office of Enforcement and Compliance Assurance.Close
Aaron M. Flynn
Mr. Flynn represents utilities, national trade associations, oil and gas companies, and manufacturers in major... | Read More
Mr. Flynn represents utilities, national trade associations, oil and gas companies, and manufacturers in major environmental litigation and regulatory matters. His practice focuses on reducing and managing his client’s regulatory burdens and liabilities under federal environmental statutes and the Clean Air Act in particular. He has resolved complex regulatory matters before the EPA, at the White House, and through extensive litigation experience before the federal courts. Before joining the firm, he served as a legal advisor to the U.S. Congress and as an associate general counsel for the White House, where he was responsible for a broad portfolio of environmental matters, including Endangered Species Act and National Environmental Policy Act reform, helping to develop energy legislation, and responding to congressional investigations. A recognized thought leader on visibility issues, he testified before the U.S. House of Representatives about implementing the regional haze program and future revisions. In addition, he has litigated significant visibility rules before numerous federal courts of appeals, arguing most recently before the Ninth and D.C. Circuits. His climate change work has involved all significant EPA rulemaking actions since the U.S. Supreme Court’s 2007 decision in Massachusetts v. EPA.Close
Early Discount (through 11/05/21)
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Early Discount (through 11/05/21)
You may pre-order a recording to listen at your convenience. Recordings are available 48 hours after the webinar. Strafford will process CLE credit for one person on each recording. All formats include course handouts.