Surprising Change in Environmental Policy

In a move that seems out of step with the Trump Administration’s general (federal) anti-regulatory approach to governance, the US Department of Justice (DOJ) has ended their use of Supplemental Environmental Projects (SEPs). While this is somewhat surprising, there...

10-Second Environmental Compliance Check Up

If you have an immediate question about an environmental compliance issue, or would like us to address a specific environmental compliance issue, contact Matthew Schroeder, P.E. at 248-932-0228, ext. 117. Note: Dragun can help you assess and remediate PFAS as well as...

Elevated PFAS Found and More PFAS Litigation

Amidst the COVID-19 situation, it seems that everything else has taken a back seat.  And, depending upon who you talk to, the response to the COVID-19 situation is somewhere between “too draconian” to “too lackadaisical.”  As the saying goes, “Time will tell.” If you...

Environmental Compliance Assessments – Is Now the Time?

When managers (environmental, plant, human resources, etc.) consider their various responsibilities, obligations, and so on, environmental compliance is one of those constant obligations.  What may not be constant is the current less heavy-handed approach to...

Litigating Water: Too Much Water and Not Enough Water

Of all the environmental issues that demand our attention, there may not be a more challenging one than management of water.  It’s not as “sexy” as PFAS (Per- and Poly-flouroalkyl substances), as controversial as Waters of the United States, or as eye-catching as...