June 24, 2010
Summer School: Clean Water
The Environmental Law Institute &
DC Bar’s Environment, Energy and Natural Resources Section
Each summer the ELI Summer School holds a series of seminars about the legal foundations of environmental protection in the United States. The series begins with an afternoon careers seminar and networking event, and continues with weekly lunchtime seminars that are taught by experts working in major arenas of environmental law and policy: air, water, land use, hazardous sites/substances, products, and climate change.
This week we looked at the major causes of water pollution and the methods that are being used to address them. We discussed the differences between point sources and nonpoint sources, why transferring water from one place to another matters, how water quality is evaluated, and what might happen to our water supplies in light of climate change.
Keith Jones, General Counsel, National Association of Clean Water Agencies
Bill Anderson, Partner, Williams Mullen
The Wonderful World of Wastewater Treatment: Keith Jones' Presentation
The Clean Water Act: Bill Anderson's Presentation
This ELI Associate Seminar was made possible by the generous support of our members.