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ENV K110 Environmental Regulations Spring 2015
Diba Khan-Bureau, Office C264
E-Mail Address: email@example.com
Phone: School: 860-215-9443
Texts: Government Institutes
Environmental Law Handbook
Work: Library Work, Weekly Group PowerPoint Presentations (TBD), Weekly Written Summary From “In The News Articles. Visit DEEP, Inland Wetland Commission in your town, or Planning and Zoning TBD
Week Reading Handouts
1 Introductions, Fundamentals of Environmental Law, Enforcement & Liabilities: EPA, DEEP Chap 1, 2 Acronyms
2 Enforcement & Liabilities Cont.
Resource Conservation & Recovery Act Chap 2, 3
3 Resource Conversation & Recovery Act Cont.
Underground Storage Tanks Chap 3, 4 Short Quiz
4 Clean Air Act Permitting: Title V Chap 5 CFR
5 Clean Water Act: NPDES, Supplementary
Wetlands Regulations Chap 6
6 Oil Pollution Act & Safe Drinking Water Act Chap 7, 8
7 Safe Drinking Water Act Cont.
Site Contamination: CERCLA & the Transfer Act Chap 8, 9 Short Quiz
8 Policy & Economics: NEPA, CT Environmental Protection & Policy Acts “Role Play/Case Study: A wetland dispute Chap 10
9 ~Spring Break~
10 Control of Toxic Substances: TSCA, FIFRA, Start Library Research For Group Presentation
Work Together in Your Group Chap 11, 12 Short Quiz
11 Emergency Planning: EPCRA Chap 14
12 Occupational Safety & Health Act Chap 15
13 ISO 14001 & Environmental Law Chap 16 Fianl on BB
14 Final group presentation Presentation Due
15 Portfolios due with final Final Due
You will be required to read from the text but most importantly go online to the CT DEEP or the Federal EPA and find the most up to date environmental regulatory issues affecting the United States and globally. An assignment document is enclosed.2 This course provides a broad view of federal, state, and municipal environmental regulations as they apply to industry, commercial establishments, local governmental facilities, and the individual citizen. It provides a practical approach to regulatory understanding to enable one to plan an effective and economically sound compliance program. Course topics include the Clean Air Act (CAA), Clean Water Act (CWA), Toxic Substance Control Act (TSCA), SARA Title III (Community Right-to-Know), and federal, state, and local regulations, covering such topics as hazardous material transportation, in-ground tank storage, and specific hazardous materials such as asbestos and PCBs.
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Incomplete: An incomplete must be finished within 60 days of the last day of the semester.
Disabilities: If you have a disability that may affect your class performance please come see me as soon as possible.
Cheating/Plagiarism: Please see the student handbook for more information at: http://www.trcc.commnet.edu/Div_StudentServices/StudentPrograms/PDF /TRCC-StudentHandbook.PDF
THERE WILL BE NO MAKE-UP QUIZZES WITHOUT PRIOR APPROVAL. Please go to Blackboard to get updated schedule, and homework assignments!!!
DIGICATION - All students are required to maintain an online learning portfolio in Digication that uses the college template. Through this electronic tool students will have the opportunity to monitor their own growth in college-wide learning. The student will keep his/her learning portfolio and may continue to use the Digication account after graduation. A Three Rivers General Education Assessment Team will select and review random works to improve the college experience for all. Student work reviewed for assessment purposes will not include names and all student work will remain private and anonymous for college improvement purposes. Students will have the ability to integrate learning from the classroom, college, and life in general, which will provide additional learning opportunities. If desired, students will have the option to create multiple portfolios.