Republican state Rep. Rob VerHeulen introduced a bill to amend Michigan’s Natural Resources & Environmental Protection Act.
On Nov. 7, 2018, House Bill 6483 was introduced and referred to the House Natural Resources Committee. The bill description reads: “Environmental protection; solid waste; management of waste materials; establish, provide regulatory oversight of composting, and establish funding for programs. ”
This is just the start of the legislative process.
Most of Michigan’s environmental acts were consolidated into the Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Act, 1994, PA 451, as amended (Act 451). Act 451 is organized into sections called “Parts.”
The Conservancy Initiative works primarily with the Air Quality and Waste Management divisions of the MDEQ as we attempt to reduce and correct issues with pollution from Arbor Hills Landfill in Salem Twp., Washtenaw County.
The Office of Regulatory Reinvention maintains the Rules promulgated under Michigan statutes. The Michigan Department of Environmental Quality administered rules organized by MDEQ divisions are on the Michigan Environmental Rules page.
Questions or concerns?
Contact Liz Browne, the Special Projects Administrator of the Waste Management & Radiological Protection division of the MDEQ.
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