Learn how both state and federal governments play important regulatory roles.
The Clean Water Act was originally enacted as the Federal Water Pollution Control Act in 1948. In 1972 amendments were made and Congress passed what is now known as the Clean Water Act. Water quality standards are set by the states, with oversight by the EPA, and designated uses and water quality criteria. This video reviews the Clean Water Act and pollutant regulations and state delegation, and the role of the Corps and EPA.
Adam G. Sowatzka, Esq.
King & Spalding
- Partner on the Environmental Health & Safety team at King & Spalding with a national environmental law practice
- Extensive experience managing and defending environmental enforcement actions, including Clean Water Act, wetlands, storm water, NPDES, pretreatment, etc.; hazardous waste; air; EPCRA; and CERCLA cases
- Counsel for Fortune 100 companies in managing environmental crises, such as regulatory crisis, emerging contaminants such as perfluorinated chemicals, and environmental crisis such as catastrophic explosions, fires, releases, and spills
- Recognized by Chambers USA, Best Lawyers, and Georgia Super Lawyers as a leading practitioner in environmental compliance and related litigation
- Former associate regional counsel with the Environmental Protection Agency and recipient of three Bronze Medals for Commendable Service from the U.S. EPA Office of Enforcement and Compliance Assurance
- J.D. degree, cum laude, Vermont Law School; M.S.E.L. degree, magna cum laude, Vermont Law School; B.S. degree, cum laude, political science (with distinction) and environmental policy and planning, University of Wisconsin - Green Bay
John L. Fortuna, Esq.
King & Spalding
- Counsel on the Environmental Health & Safety team at King & Spalding with a national environmental law practice
- Represents clients in complex environmental matters in federal and state court, as well as state administrative proceedings
- Has substantial experience permitting and defending water rights and water supply projects for municipal and industrial clients, and in the defense of government enforcement actions and citizen suits under both the Clean Water Act and the Clean Air Act
- Frequently litigates cases and advises clients on Endangered Species Act and National Environmental Policy Act issues; he has been recognized as a Super Lawyers “Rising Star” for his work in environmental and natural resources litigation
- J.D. degree, magna cum laude and order of the coif, University of Georgia; B.S. degree, cum laude, Wake Forest University
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