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Congressional Changes to Toxic Substances Control Act Receives Initial Bipartisan Support

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In a rare move of bipartisan collaboration, the United States Senate has passed a new environmental bill, which is intended to address perceived deficiencies of the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA). The TSCA was enacted [...]

The Latest Budget and Environmental Tax Credits

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budget pie chartPresident Obama has several “last times” coming up. Among his most recent “last” was his final proposed budget for the 2017 fiscal year. President Obama’s budget still has not been enacted. Many of [...]

Energy Star – New Guidelines for Homebuilders

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Since the EPA rolled out its ENERGY STAR Program for homes in 1995, 1.2 million new home received this designation. The designation is given to homes achieving established energy savings and reduction in greenhouse gas [...]

DEQ Criteria

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Did you know that some DEQ exposure pathways are on the chopping block? Ok, so chopping block may not be exactly right phrase, but at the Air & Waste Management Association’s November meeting, DEQ representative [...]

Lending and Energy Efficiency – How are they Related?

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Back in October when I was at the GreenBuild conference in Toronto I sat in on an interesting presentation headed up by Philip Henderson of the Natural Resources Defense Council regarding lending and energy efficiency. [...]