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Maryland Schools will No Longer be LEED Certified

Green Building Law Update

In response to legislation enacted by the Maryland General Assembly in 2018, overriding a veto by the Governor, commencing last week new public school building no longer has to be LEED certified or the like. ” On November 13, 2019, the Secretary of the Maryland Department of General Services “approved” that recommendation.

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Maryland Enacts New Environmental Laws in 2020

Green Building Law Update

The 440th session of the Maryland General Assembly commenced on January 8, 2020. of note, the predecessor, appointed not elected, General Assembly of Maryland was first called together in 1635 in St. Maryland has been described as having more pages of environmental statutes and regulations on a per capita basis than any other state.

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Maryland Enacts New Environmental Laws in 2020

Green Building Law Update

The 440th session of the Maryland General Assembly commenced on January 8, 2020. of note, the predecessor, appointed not elected, General Assembly of Maryland was first called together in 1635 in St. Maryland has been described as having more pages of environmental statutes and regulations on a per capita basis than any other state.

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Maryland is First State to Legislate Permitted Use of PFAS

Green Building Law Update

Prior to the just concluded session of the Maryland legislature, the State’s laws and regulations were silent with regard to PFAS chemicals including PFOA. At worst, Maryland could have been criticized along with the Federal government and other states, for failing to regulate PFAS as a hazardous substance.

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Proposals in Hand, Maryland Aims for 2028 Replacement of Collapsed Baltimore Bridge

ENR Construction

The Maryland Transportation Authority is now evaluating proposals to replace the bridge, which collapsed after it was struck by a cargo vessel in March, with an eye on a possible completion by 2028.

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Maryland Resets it Trajectory with Greenhouse Gas Reduction Law

Green Building Law Update

With legislation that became law last week, without the Governor’s signature, Maryland has enacted the most rigorous state law in the country reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and otherwise addressing ESG stewardship including climate change. only days from now). All of which is true, but.

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Maryland: A Rising Tide Of Recovery

Business Facilities

In Maryland, COVID-19 has not stopped the Port of Baltimore, where shipping volume continues to increase. Read: Maryland: A Rising Tide Of Recovery at BusinessFacilities.com.

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