On October 8, 2015 the Chinese Ministry of Environmental Protection published on its website, the proposed Emission standard of pollutants for electrical industry. The Proposal, once adopted, would provide emission limits for the air and water pollutants
On 18 July 2015, Law 2015-992 on green growth and energy transition was published in France. The energy transition Law is a groundbreaking piece of legislation that introduces the concepts of circular economy and planned obsolescence for the first time
Climate change is once more at the forefront of people's minds in the run up to the COP21 in Paris later this year. Yet, our changing climate has been on the minds of policy and law-makers for sometime as many political and regulatory measures are
Product environmental regulations increasingly impact the corporate bottom line if they are not managed properly. Volkswagen shareholders discovered the impact of non-compliance with environmental requirements overnight. As often, a Non-Governmental
In response to the recent outbreak of Legionnaires ’ disease in New York City, the New York Department of Health (DOH) passed emergency regulations to prevent the spread of the bacteria legionella. The new requirements apply to all owners of cooling
As we continue our blog series this week on recent OSHA enforcement cases, we look today at cases coming out of the South. One noticeable trend we are seeing, the proposed six-figure fine.
In continuing our observance of Labor Day here in the U.S., and our theme for this week’s blog, we take a look at some of the recent enforcement activity by the U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) throughout