Alexander Leff, Founder of SL Environmental Law, spoke about 1,2,3-Tricholorpropane (TCP) at Groundwater Resources Association Groundwater Law Workshop in Sacramento California on October 2. Jena Acos, Associate at Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck, moderated the panel covering relevant topics on groundwater quality issues affecting California.
“It is important for water providers to be prepared for the impacts of TCP contamination” says Alexander Leff. “With a short compliance period, they will have to start work water treatment designs almost immediately”. He went on to say, “Water polluters should pay for TCP contamination clean up”.
SL Environmental Law Group PC specialize in representing states, municipalities, and water systems in lawsuits to make polluters pay for the cost to clean up pollution.
The day long workshop covered Groundwater Sustainability Act panels and updates of the status of current water litigation in California.