January 2018 Meeting

Recent Developments Regarding Federal Regulations of GHG Emissions and Other EPA Actions
January 18, 2018 | 5:30 PM – 7:00PM
Zephyr Environmental Corporation

awmalogoJoin us for the Air & Waste Management Association’s (AWMA) Central Texas Chapter meeting on Thursday, January 18 at Zephyr headquarters in Austin. Senior Counsel Jacob Arechiga with Jackson Walker LLP will discuss the recent developments in federal regulations of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and other EPA actions.

5:30-6:30 PM – Reception and Meal
6:00-6:05 PM – Central TX Chapter Business
6:05-7:00 PM – Presentation

AWMA International Members and Students – No charge
AWMA Local Associates – $10 (Local associates should plan to renew for 2018)
$40 renewal plus $10 meeting fee
Guests (Non-Students) – $20
* Credit card payments will be accepted as well as cash and check.

Please RSVP to Steve Katz (steve.katz@aecom.com) no later than noon on January 17 if you plan to attend.

Zephyr Environmental Corporation
2600 Via Fortuna, Suite 450
Austin, TX 78746

Jacob P. Arechiga, Senior Counsel
Jackson Walker, LLP
Mr. Jacob Arechiga is a senior counsel in the Environmental and Legislative practice group in Jackson Walker’s Austin office. Jacob advises clients in the electric power generation, oil and gas, mining, waste, and renewal energy industries regarding federal and state environmental law compliance.  Jacob provides guidance to companies navigating evolving air, water, waste, and toxics regulations. He is well versed in the challenges facing industrial operations and commercial development, including managing regulatory uncertainty and future compliance burdens. He assists clients in securing requisite environmental permits, completing National Environmental Policy Act review processes, and proceeding through administrative hearings and appeals. Jacob also advises clients conducting internal compliance audits and completing large electric generation facility transactions.  He has experience before the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, the Public Utility Commission of Texas, the Railroad Commission of Texas, the U.S. Office of Surface Mining, the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, and the Texas State Office of Administrative Hearings.