August 18, 2015

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3 Articles Co-authored by Geosyntec Practitioners Featured in the ABA

Three (3) articles co-authored by five (5) Geosyntec practitioners were featured in the August 2015 edition of the American Bar Association (ABA) Section of Environment, Energy, and Resources' Waste and Resource Recovery Committee Newsletter. This edition of the newsletter focused on the Coal Combustion Residuals (CCR) final rule that was published in April 2015.

The Geosyntec co-authored articles are (Geosyntec practitioners in bold):

"EPA's Coal Combustion Residuals Rule: Review of Applicability, Exemptions, And Technical Requirements"

Principal Mike Houlihan (Columbia), Principal John Seymour (Chicago), and Steven Burns (Partner of the law firm of Balch & Bingham LLP)

"Technical Requirements of EPA's Final Coal Ash Rule"

Project Engineer Brianna Wallace (Greenville), Associate Robby White (Greenville), and Douglas Green (Chair of Venable LLP's Environmental Practice Group and Lead Counsel for the Utility Solid Waste Activities Group)

"The New Coal Combustion Residuals Rule—an Implementation and Enforcement Nightmare"

John B. King (Partner at Breazeale, Sachse & Wilson LLP) and Sr. Scientist Valerie L. Mayhall (Baton Rouge)

You can access the full newsletter and the articles here >>