Michigan Bills to Improve Environmental Regulatory Process Enacted Into Law

Good news in Michigan!  Legislation (S.B. 652-654) to create a more cooperative environmental regulatory process at the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) was signed into law by Governor Rick Snyder.  The legislation establishes an Environmental Rules Review Committee, which will evaluate proposed environmental rules and advise on whether to advance them.  Affected industries represented include statewide environmental and conservation groups, local governments, the general public, public utilities, and small business, manufacturing, solid waste, oil and gas, and agriculture groups.  In addition, it establishes an Environmental Permit Review Commission and creates an Environmental Science Board to advise on issues affecting the protection of the environment or management of the state’s natural resources. 

Thank you for voicing your support for this legislation.




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