Energy & Environment

July 26, 2021

Unveiling will be livestreamed on the association’s Facebook page, facebook.com/agcofa

July 15, 2021

On July 14, AGC outlined its priorities for the bipartisan infrastructure package to the group of bipartisan senators who are drafting the legislation.

July 15, 2021

AGC recently submitted extensive comments on the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) draft 2022 National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) Construction General Permit and supporting materials, based on member input. 

June 30, 2021

We're all eager to get back to in-person conferences, but you won't want to miss the exceptional lineup of environmental sessions we've assembled for 2021's Construction Safety, Health & Environmental Virtual Conference on July 20-22. That's why we've slashed the price for this year's virtual conference and made it free to all AGC members.  Participate at your own pace and learn about climate, community, corporate transparency, species, and water issues.

June 24, 2021

The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) recently requested public input on company disclosure of information associated with Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) and climate change risks, impacts, and opportunities.

June 24, 2021

Learn more at July 20-22 virtual conference, free to AGC members

June 24, 2021

Learn more at July 20-22 virtual conference, free to AGC members

June 10, 2021

Gains on WOTUS, Endangered Species Act Regulations & More in Jeopardy

May 21, 2021

Learn more at July 20-22 virtual conference, free to AGC members

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has proposed an update to its National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) Construction General Permit (CGP) covering stormwater discharges from construction activities. EPA has also released a proposed 2022 CGP Fact Sheet, which includes a summary table of some of the changes. Forty-seven states use EPA’s permit as a model for their own permits, so its impact extends beyond the three states (New Hampshire, New Mexico, and Massachusetts), territories and other areas that use it exclusively.

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