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Water Systems Council
1101 30th St NW Ste 220, Washington, DC 20007
The Water Systems Council is a non-profit devoted to the issues surrounding the regulation of household well-waterMore systems. To complement its policy mission, Water Systems Council also offers services related to well-water systems, including classes, training, assistance and a public hotline.
Richard G. Kozlowski
1050 Thomas Jefferson St NW 7th Fl, Washington, DC 20007
Richard G. Kozlowski is a consultant with Van Ness Feldman who was formerly the director of the Water EnforcementMore Program at the Environmental Protection Agency before he joined the firm in 1994. Kozlowski's experience and knowledge in air, noise and water compliance issues allows him to regularly speak and lecture at national and international symposiums. Kozlowski is currently involved with numerous regulatory, legislative and enforcement issues concerning the Clean Water Act and the Clean Air Act.
Sam Kalen
1050 Thomas Jefferson St NW, Washington, DC 20007
Sam Kalen is a general practice attorney based in Washington, D.C. Kalen works in both the public and private sectors,More and focuses mainly on cases pertaining to environmental and energy resource laws. He has worked on issues regarding the Clean Water Act, the Endangered Species Act and the National Environmental Policy Act.
Capital Crescent Trail
3700 Water St NW, Washington, DC 20007
The Capital Crescent Trail is an 11-mile abandoned railbed originally constructed for the Georgetown branch ofMore B&O. It spans from Georgetown to Bethesda, with a packed crushed stone trail for biking and hiking.
Steven Richardson
1050 Thomas Jefferson St NW 7th Fl, Washington, DC 20007
Steven Richardson is a member of Van Ness Feldman who specializes in administrative law and litigation in theMore fields of land, water, wetlands, hydroelectric, energy and environmental law. Mr. Richardson has extensive experience representing clients in the private and public sector and has previously teamed with educators and planners to develop the Geographic Information System prototype tools.