Tag: EPA

Housing groups file legal challenge to new WOTUS rule

NMHC joined 16 other housing groups, infrastructure and agricultural organizations, among others, in filing suit yesterday to challenge the recently released Waters of the U.S....

New EPA rules will discourage critically needed housing production

The National Apartment Association and the National Multifamily Housing Council express their disappointment in a regulation the EPA issued re-defining and expanding what “waters of...
supreme court rules in West Virginia v. EPA

The future of bureaucratic rule: West Virginia v. EPA

Who should make policy? The U.S. Supreme Court just answered that question in a decision with far reaching implications for the apartment industry. The...

EPA signals retreat from controversial ‘secret science’ rule

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is dropping plans to issue a final version this year of its divisive plan to limit the agency’s...

Statement from NAHB Chairman Randy Noel on EPA sending revised WOTUS rule to OMB

Randy Noel, chairman of the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) and a custom home builder from LaPlace, La., issued the following statement after the Environmental...

EPA: Incentivizing desired behavior

The EPA is now giving companies—such as power plant operators—the opportunity to escape tighter regulation under the Clean Air Act by taking steps to...

2-Year Delay of WOTUS Rule a Much-Needed Step, NAHB Says

The National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) applauds today's announcement by the Environmental Protection Agency mandating a two-year delay of the Obama-era "waters of...

Energy update

Given the drag higher energy costs can have on net operating income, more multifamily owners and managers are zeroing in on reducing energy use...

Making sense of the new refrigerant and energy guidelines

In 1987, the Montreal Protocol was introduced after finding that man-made chemicals, specifically chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs), were creating a hole in the ozone layer. This...

Getting inside multifamily’s utility management operation

“In many states we’re seeing an increase in the trend to mandate submetering for any residential and commercial new building construction. Around eight states...

The laws of human nature

Andy, a ‘Bama boy, lost his mother to cancer and his father in a car wreck shortly thereafter at the age of 19. He...

The camel that had no hump

This especially irritates Rob Pressman, the principal of Burbank, Calif.-based TGP, Inc. Landscape Architecture, who believes that aesthetics do not have to be discarded...

Not your father’s utility management program

Each grew up with, and eventually stepped in to run their family’s apartment business. Each took the baton and carried their multifamily enterprise into...

Haystack or a needle?

The event was opened by Reed, who also announced that his company and host of the event, NWP, had been acquired by Dallas, Texas-based,...

Multifamily energy summit report 2014

A number of the nation’s larger owners and operators also led discussions and attended the two-day event. The gathering focused on those greatest challenges...

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