logo new

button 100

NEW Waters of the US Rules [Final]

NEW Waters of the US Rules [Final]

The EPA has formally repealed the 2015 Clean Water Rule!

So we are creating this new webinar on the updated FINAL Waters of the US Rules.

Class Opens October 16, 2019 – On-demand workshop


The net effect of this Final rule will be to nullify the 2015 Clean Water Rule.  This will result in one Waters of the US definition to be used nationwide.  This will mean that the states currently using this definition will revert to the pre-2015 definition that includes the 1986 published definition of a waters of the US.  Plus, this new rule includes the post Rapanos guidance and several other policies that were derived from Supreme Court cases.

The Trump Administration has published a draft waters of the US definition of its own that is currently undergoing agency review of the public comments.  The Administration has stated that the new regulation will be finalized before the end of the year.  In the meantime, its back to the 80s.

No matter what industry you are in, this workshop is important to attend. The extent of Federal jurisdiction of US waters impacts anyone who works, owns or operates land anywhere in the US. Waters are everywhere and you need to know how these new rules will affect you.

The workshop is being offered in an on-demand format. You can log in any time and watch the video and work on the assignments. There is not a specific time you need to start the class, and it is available anytime day or night.

This workshop represents one continuing education hour and a certificate of training will be issued upon the completion of the program. Please note that this course is being offered as an individual sign-up. Please do not share your log-in credentials with anyone else. If you have a group that you would like to attend this program, please contact our office for a special discounted group rate.


Event Properties

Event Date 10-16-2019
Location The Swamp School
We are no longer accepting registration for this event