Maine Environmental and Land Use Statutes Deskbook - 15th Edition (2017)
This single organized reference source allows easy access to the most frequently used environmental statutes and is a significant benefit to lawyers and municipal officials, as well as the many others who need to refer to Maine’s environmental laws. Many major changes have occurred over the years in Maine's environmental statutes and will continue as the Maine Legislature tries to resolve competing interests regarding the protection, improvement, and use of our environment. Completely updated through the Second Regular Session of the 127th Legislature (April 2016).
Covering all of the most important and frequently used environmental and land use statutes, The Maine Environmental and Land Use Statutes Deskbook is the indispensable guide to environmental law in Maine. Convenient summaries of the statutes at hand are found at the beginning of each section, as are statutory definitions.
Subjects covered include:
- Forestry Laws
- Pesticide Use
- The Maine Endangered Species Act
- Emergency Planning & Community Right to Know
- Water Quality
- Dam Inspection, Registration and Abandonment
- Natural Resources Protection Act
- Lead Abatement
- Solid Waste Management and Recycling Act
- Toxic Use and Hazardous Waste Reduction
- Air Protection and Improvement Law
- Wind Energy
Pierce Atwood’s Environmental & Land Use Practice Group includes twenty-two lawyers, eleven of whom devote their time exclusively to environmental law matters.
The Environmental & Land Use Practice Group represents clients not only in Maine and New England, but nationally and internationally.
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