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Is It Clean? – Michigan Certificates of Completion and No Further Action Letters

On December 22, 2012 Governor Snyder signed Senate Bill 1328 which became effective on December 27, 2012.  The Bill amended portions of Part 201 of Michigan’s Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Act.  Among the interesting amendments to… Read More >

Reinventing Michigan’s Cleanup and Redevelopment Programs – Update

The Collaborative Stakeholder Initiative will be presenting its Final Report and Recommendations on Reinventing the State’s Cleanup and Redevelopment Program at the Kellogg Center in East Lansing on March 15, 2012.   CSI participants and… Read More >

Can governments really be held liable under CERCLA for mine waste contamination?

Federal and State governments are frequently targets of CERCLA contribution actions (or cost recovery actions) where they have allowed third parties to engage in hazardous waste generating activities on property owned or leased by the… Read More >