Aug 13, 2021

Kathleen Burbidge

Kathleen Burbidge

Kathleen Burbidge is external affairs associate director for the Water Quality Association. Burbidge can be reached at [email protected].

Along with a change in White House Administrations and a new congressional session in 2021, there will be a new federal U.S. EPA administrator…
In 2020, legislative session schedules were sometimes changed, and virtual meeting platforms were utilized for operation due to concern over the…
About one-third of Americans have been working from home due to the pandemic, according to NPR, and most schools transitioned to distance learning…
In the U.S. EPA’s National PFAS (per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances) Action Plan, published February 2019, the agency identified the water treatment…
Businesses view the green movement as an opportunity to stand out. As such, they look to recognize and demonstrate their own best practices in…
Attention to evolving regulations helps anticipate new threats and opportunities. One such type of regulation for the drinking water treatment and…
When looking back at 2019, states remained dedicated to strengthening lead testing and remediation and have been empowered to not wait for federal…
A proposed legislative or regulatory idea often takes more than one government session to gain the necessary traction and support to pass. During…
In 2019, the U.S. EPA released its National PFAS (per- and polyfluoralkyl substances) Action Plan, detailing steps to gather information and…
The 116th Congress kicked off Jan. 3, 2019, shaking up Congress with new elected officials taking office after their victories in the November…
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