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Stormwater and TMDLs: Backdoor Numeric Requirements in Stormwater Permits?

 

Understand the key statutory and regulatory requirements under the Clean Water Act.

The Clean Water Act is a wide-ranging environmental statute, with provisions and implementing regulations directly impacting numerous business and government agencies across the country. Regulations developed under the Clean Water Act are often subject to extensive debate and public comment, and issues under the statute are often litigated, with certain cases reaching the United States Supreme Court. The purpose of this course is to provide a comprehensive overview of the Clean Water Act, with specific emphasis on three of the Act's most significant areas of regulation, those being water quality standards, total maximum daily loads, and stormwater, each of which are subject to a myriad of statutory and regulatory requirements.

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Steven A. Hann, Esq.

Steven A. Hann, Esq.

Hamburg Rubin Mullin Maxwell & Lupin

  • Principle with the Pennsylvania regional law firm of Hamburg Rubin Mullin Maxwell & Lupin
  • Focuses his practice on both environmental law and municipal law and chairs the firm’s Environmental Law Department
  • Practice includes environmental litigation, regulatory counseling and transactional matters, and representing clients’ interests before federal and state environmental and administrative agencies
  • Regularly counsels clients on environmental compliance, water quality-related issues, NPDES permitting, TMDLs, wet weather concerns, pretreatment, sewage facilities planning, and stormwater management
  • Solicitor to the Pennsylvania Municipal Authorities Association (PMAA), where he provides guidance to municipal authorities on a wide variety of legal issues, including water and wastewater matters
  • Represented PMAA in the well-publicized Chesapeake Bay TMDL litigation, which case was ultimately appealed to the United States Supreme Court
  • Represents municipal entities as both solicitor and special counsel, and has litigated numerous water quality cases for such entities, including those involving NPDES permits, TMDLs, municipal wasteload management, and the recovery of attorneys’ fees in water quality matters
  • Served on Pennsylvania’s Sewage Advisory Committee and was appointed by the Pennsylvania General Assembly to serve on an advisory committee to a legislative task force addressing wastewater-related issues
  • Appointed to the wastewater workgroup for Pennsylvania’s Chesapeake Bay Phase III Watershed Implementation Plan, which workgroup efforts are ongoing in 2019
  • Frequent speaker on environmental and municipal law-related topics and has taught numerous graduate courses at Penn State Great Valley, including environmental law, environmental compliance and engineering law
  • Formerly an environmental consultant to both the government and private industry
  • Law degree, Temple University School of Law, where he was articles editor of the Temple Environmental Law and Technology Journal; B.S. Degree in meteorology, Penn State; certificate in broadcast meteorology, Mississippi State University
  • Can be contacted at 215-661-0400 or [email protected]
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