INDIANA'S LEADING ADVOCATE FOR INDUSTRY

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THE IMPACT OF ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE
Indiana manufacturers located in "environmental justice communities" could see an impact from new permits and rules coming from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Indiana Department of Environmental Management (IDEM).

WHAT IS ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE?
Environmental justice communities are defined as overburdened communities based on a variety of data points. Most commonly they are located in neighborhoods with a high population of minority residents who are low income earners and possess a lower level of education with limited employment opportunities, among other things. The EPA is cracking down on state agencies and asking them to take aim at their permitting structures, which will directly impact industry. Additionally, EPA is mobilizing local communities to stop projects and tie up development and expansion of industrial properties using Title 6 violations (which are civil rights violations). This could result in projects and permits being tied up in the courts for years. 

LEARN MORE
Join the IMA and our guest speaker Andrew Horwath from Civil & Environmental Consultants, Inc., who will provide updates and discuss how companies can prepare for upcoming challenges with regard to these increased obstacles to the success and growth of your business.

DETAILS
Date: 7.19.2022
Time: 10-11 a.m. EST


REGISTRATION
IMA members attend free of charge!
Non-members pay $49 per person.

 
SPEAKER
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Andrew Horwath
Civil & Environmental
Consultants, Inc.

Andrew Horwath, P.E. is the Environmental Engineering and Sciences Lead at Civil & Environmental Consultants, Inc. in Indianapolis, IN. Andrew is a licensed professional engineer in 13 states and has more than 17 years of experience in environmental engineering, remediation design and consulting.

His expertise lies in due diligence completing Phase I/II Environmental Site Assessments; property redevelopment; municipality asset recovery/brownfields; environmental investigation and remediation design; vapor intrusion evaluations and mitigation; submittals of state and federal-level Remediation Work Plans/Corrective Action Plans; alternative cleanup funding; and liability valuations. 

He has performed hundreds of cost-to-closure evaluations and reserve estimates for insurance carriers and has acted as an expert witness and technical support in numerous litigation cases.

Questions:  Contact Courtney Thompson of the

IMA at cthompson@indianamfg.com.