Regulatory Compliance Resources
These resources are offered to persons working within Caltha’s client sectors. To receive technical summaries of new topics, proposed or revised State and EPA regulations and permits by email, sign up using the form at the bottom of this page.
1. Regulatory Briefings
Regulatory Briefings are published periodically by Caltha to highlight new or proposed regulations on a wide range of environmental, health & safety topics. These briefings are generally 2- to 4-pages in length and provide an overview of the regulations and discuss potential impacts on the regulated community. Participants must sign up below to receive an email link to new Regulatory Briefs
2. E-Compliance & Assessment Notes
Caltha’s Quarterly E-newsletter on EH&S Compliance and Environmental Assessment. E-Compliance & Assessment Notes provides brief summaries of the key State and Federal regulatory issues from the previous quarter. This easily read summary is sent out by email and provides a sampling of revised and proposed regulations and hot compliance topics.
3. Regulatory Program Blogs
Discussion and comments on a broad range of Environmental, Health and Safety (EHS) regulations, auditing, and regulatory compliance.
Discussions and comments on stormwater permitting programs in all States, including industrial, municipal (MS4) and construction sites. Topics include general stormwater permits, Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plans, monitoring, training, spill prevention and control, SPCC compliance.
Discussion of a variety of topics related to State and Federal water quality standards, ambient water quality criteria, sediment criteria, NPDES & site-specific discharge standards, water quality management, aquatic toxicology, aquatic community impacts, and water quality assessment.
Discussions and comments regarding environmental due diligence, environmental liabilities, CERCLA liabilities, Phase I environmental site assessments, corporate liabilities, environmental compliance liabilities, quantitative environmental liability assessment.
Discussions and comments regarding State and Federal environmental review regulations, NEPA, Federal agency NEPA compliance requirements, Categorical exclusions, and related topics.