Will Sackett Case Untangle WOTUS Knot? Will Sackett Case Untangle WOTUS Knot?
Will Sackett Case Untangle WOTUS Knot?

On December 30, the Environmental Protection Agency quietly announced that it had issued yet another “final” rule-making that defines “waters of the U.S.” The term has been a political football… Read More

Tier 4 And The Inland Waterways

September 20, 2022

Q&A With Gary Sarrat, Inland Waterways Segment Manager For Caterpillar Marine WJ: Can you briefly describe the regulatory implementation timeline for Tier 4 marine engines? GS: The EPA began to… Read More

Officials of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and state environmental commissioners held a Mississippi River Corridor Summit on Water Infrastructure Funding with Mississippi River Cities & Towns Initiative (MRCTI) mayors… Read More

The Environmental Protection Agency and the Corps of Engineers announced on November 18 a proposed rule to re-establish the pre-2015 definition of “waters of the United States,” (WOTUS) which had… Read More

Washington, D.C.—Seven months after it was suspended by Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin, the Inland Waterways Users Board (IWUB) has been approved to resume operations. “The department’s boards and committees have… Read More

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