What does the petition seek?
The Conservation Law Foundation and Toxics Action Center provided a petition requesting the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection follow a standard to protect citizens against PFAS exposure in drinking water. This white paper reviews details on what the petition is seeking, comments from the public and insight from MassDEP.
Jeanine L.G. Grachuk
Beveridge & Diamond, PC
Jeanine L.G. Grachuck is a principal with Beveridge & Diamond PC. Her practice includes environmental compliance counseling, environmental permitting of energy and brownfields redevelopment projects, and advice on managing environmental risk in complex transactions such as through environmental risk insurance. Ms. Grachuk has experience with environmental issues arising within a variety of industrial sectors, including power generation, chemical production, and solid waste disposal.
Dylan J. King
Beveridge & Diamond PC
Dylan J. King is an associate in the Boston office of Beveridge & Diamond PC. He maintains a diverse environmental litigation and regulatory practice, working with clients nationwide across industrial sectors. He has developed experience with solid waste facility siting, pipeline and hazardous material transportation regulations, site contamination litigation, and local zoning matters. Dylan joined the firm following his graduation from Vermont Law School with a certificate in Energy Law.
During his time at Vermont Law School, Dylan worked with the Vermont Law School Energy Clinic, helping clients develop solar projects. The clinic has a particular focus on building legal models that support and educate communities pursuing solar power ownership. He also acted as the Head Notes Editor for the Vermont Law Review and was selected to work as a Dean’s Fellow in the legal writing department, where he taught weekly legal writing seminars. In addition, Dylan served for two years as a Civil Procedure teaching assistant. In his first summer of law school, Dylan interned as a law clerk in the United States Attorney’s Office, District of Maine, in the criminal and appellate divisions.
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