arizona department of environmental quality Archives

Gallagher & Kennedy makes new environmental law hire

Danielle Hazeltine (Photo courtesy of Gallgher & Kennedy)

Gallagher & Kennedy added Danielle M. Hazeltine as an associate to the firm’s environmental practice group. Hazeltine’s extensive knowledge in air quality makes her acutely aware of the new and challenging environmental problems facing many companies today. Her experience with local and national government agencies like the Arizona Department of Environmental Quality and the U.S.… Read More →

Lincoln Property Company awarded TOBY award

Lincoln Property Company
by in AZRE Magazine | Construction

For the second year in a row, Lincoln Property Company (LPC) Desert West earned a regional “The Outstanding Building of the Year” TOBY award from the Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA). LPC earned the TOBY for its management of the the Arizona Department of Environmental Quality (ADEQ) Building, situated in Central Phoenix, just off of Interstate… Read More →

$1.9M in grants awarded for water quality improvements

Verde River Valley

The Arizona Department of Environmental Quality (ADEQ) awarded seven Water Quality Improvement Grant (WQIG) awards totaling more than $1.9 million to fund field projects aimed at reducing E. coli, excess nutrients and sediment caused by runoff from non-regulated sources. The non-regulated sources are four state waterways the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) designates as impaired. Located in ADEQ water… Read More →

ADEQ kicks off 2015 ‘No Burn’ campaign

fire

Officials from the Arizona Department of Environmental Quality (ADEQ) and the Maricopa County Air Quality Department (MCAQD) announced the kickoff of their annual Maricopa County ‘No Burn’ campaign. Smoke from wood-burning fireplaces and chimineas during winter months poses a serious health threat to children with asthma, the elderly and those with respiratory issues. Smoke, which… Read More →

Ducey proclaims Sept. 21-27 as Pollution Prevention Week

Air Quality

Arizona Department of Environmental Quality (ADEQ) officials have announced that Governor Douglas A. Ducey has designated the week of Sept. 21-27 by proclamation as P2 Week. ADEQ invites the general public, schools, local governments, and businesses to be a part of P2 Week by incorporating activities in your daily routine that reduce, reuse and recycle… Read More →

Arizona prepares for new EPA carbon emission standards

geothermal plant

Arizona is preparing for new federal standards that will curtail carbon emissions coming from power plants. By the end of summer, the Environmental Protection Agency will release its final regulations aimed at reducing carbon dioxide emissions from power plants by 30 percent nationwide and in Arizona by more than 50 percent — one of the… Read More →

New plan rewards environmentally friendly companies

Green Ideas Construction, green building opportunities, LEED

The Arizona Department of Environmental Quality has new plan to reward people and companies who are friendly to the environment. The platinum certification is granted through the voluntary environmental stewardship program, and it gives members the chance to set goals to prevent a negative impact to the environment as they move forward. New plan rewards… Read More →

NAI Horizon Release Recent Transaction List

1120 S. Mesa Drive
by in Brokerage

Sale Transactions: Jeff Adams negotiated the sale of a 7,693 SF medical property, representing the buyer, Lelda Family, LLC, for $500,000. The property is located at 13822 North 35th Drive in Phoenix. Brad Cleaves with City to City Commercial Real Estate represented the seller, Warner Family Trust u/t/a dated April 8, 2005. Lease Transactions: Chris… Read More →

Florence Copper receives final APP permit

Curis Resources - Florence Copper Project

Florence Copper announced that the Arizona Department of Environmental Quality (“ADEQ”) has completed the required public consultation and review process relating to the Aquifer Protection Permit (“APP”) for Phase 1 operations at the Florence Copper Project (“Florence Copper”) site. The ADEQ permit outlines the safety standards and regulatory oversight required by the State of Arizona… Read More →

Hake Joins Gallagher & Kennedy as Associate

Alana Hake - color

Gallagher & Kennedy, P.A., a full service business law firm, announced today that Alana C. Hake has joined the firm as an associate in the Environmental and Natural Resources practice group. She will practice environmental and natural resources law, specializing in environmental remediation work for the mining industry. Prior to joining Gallagher & Kennedy, Hake… Read More →

Hake Joins Gallagher & Kennedy as Associate

Alana Hake - color

Gallagher & Kennedy, P.A., a full service business law firm, announced today that Alana C. Hake has joined the firm as an associate in the Environmental and Natural Resources practice group. She will practice environmental and natural resources law, specializing in environmental remediation work for the mining industry. Prior to joining Gallagher & Kennedy, Hake… Read More →

Lincoln Property Office Awarded 470,000 SF By State Of Arizona

Lincoln Property - AZ Dept Of Admin
by in Business News | Property Management

The Desert West Region office of Lincoln Property Company announced that it will provide property management services for two Capitol Mall state properties: The Arizona Department of Environmental Quality (ADEQ) and Arizona Department of Administration (ADOA). The ADEQ headquarters is a 6-story, 292,684 SF building, 1110 W. Washington St., in Phoenix. The ADOA headquarters is… Read More →

Arizona Faces Environmental Legal Issues To Grow ‘Green’ Movement

Environmental Legal Issues - AZ Business Magazine November/December 2011

Though Arizona may be working to reach a higher standard of sustainability, a myriad of environmental legal issues will be seen as these changes are implemented. Arizona Business Magazine spoke with the state’s top law firms and industry experts to find out the most important environmental legal issues the state can expect to face in… Read More →

Valley Forward Hosts Panel On Uncertainties Of Climate Change

Uncertainties of Climate Change
by in Blogs | Green

On March 24, Valley Forward hosted a luncheon for its members at the Sheraton Downtown Phoenix. But this wasn’t an ordinary luncheon. It featured a panel discussing a topic that relates to us all: the uncertainties of climate change. The panel — moderated by Grady Gammage, Jr., of Gammage & Burnham — was made up… Read More →