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Disasters waiting to happen: 5 major infrastructure projects in need of repair

Disasters waiting to happen: 5 major infrastructure projects in need of repair

From aging dams and deteriorating tunnels to deficient bridges and lead-filled drinking water lines, the U.S. has plenty of work to do when it comes to the quality of its infrastructure.

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2019-2020 Annual Report from the American National Standards Institute is now available

2019-2020 Annual Report from the American National Standards Institute is now available

he report informs stakeholders of ANSI's key initiatives and accomplishments over the past year, provides a look at activities on the horizon, and documents the financial activities of the Institute during 2019. 

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Pitkin County launching Construction & Debris Recovery Program

Pitkin County launching Construction & Debris Recovery Program

Pitkin County will soon launch its Construction and Demolition Debris Recovery Program in an effort to extend the life of the landfill by rerouting unnecessary waste away from it. 

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ICYMI: Trump EPA’s Focus on Enforcement and Compliance Is Paying Off

ICYMI: Trump EPA’s Focus on Enforcement and Compliance Is Paying Off

Americans expect their air, water, and land to be clean. In the Trump Administration, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is intently focused on meeting these expectations.

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Permits proposed for haulers of construction debris to achieve zero-waste

Permits proposed for haulers of construction debris to achieve zero-waste

San Francisco plans to tighten regulations on the disposal of construction and demolition debris to reduce the more than 100,000 tons that end up in the landfill annually instead of being recycled.

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Manufacturing Activities Generate More Brownfield Tax Credits

Manufacturing Activities Generate More Brownfield Tax Credits

A new advisory opinion was recently posted to the website of the NYS Department of Taxation and Finance detailing the operation of the Brownfield Tax Credit Program (“BTCP”). 

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DOL Proposes Employer-Friendly New Rule to Ease the Use of Independent Contractors

DOL Proposes Employer-Friendly New Rule to Ease the Use of Independent Contractors

The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) proposed a new rule on Sept. 22 that sets a uniform standard for classification of workers under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA)

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Is Invalidation of the DOL’s Joint Employer Rule Much Ado About Nothing?

Is Invalidation of the DOL’s Joint Employer Rule Much Ado About Nothing?

Much has been written in the past few weeks about a recent federal court decision that invalidated the U.S. Department of Labor’s (“DOL”) joint employment rule.

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Revitalizing brownfields helps rebuild communities

Revitalizing brownfields helps rebuild communities

We hear the term brownfields used to describe property by those in community development, economic development and finance. But, for an average citizen, what does it mean and why should you care?

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Updated: Department of Labor Guidance for Families First Coronavirus Response Ac

Updated: Department of Labor Guidance for Families First Coronavirus Response Ac

The Department of Labor has again updated its guidance regarding the Families First Coronavirus Response Act ("FFCRA").

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