Laws, Rules & Guidance - TN. Gov. Tennessee’s laws, also known as statutes or acts, are created by the Tennessee Legislature. Generally, when a law is written it gives a broad outline of how a program should function.
Rules are then created that further defines the law’s requirements. In other words, the rules are written based on the law. Occasionally, a specific process must be defined. When this process is not part of a law, it is called Guidance. Guidance has been developed over an extended time and is constantly changing to keep pace with the current technology and other developments. Several laws, rules, and guidance are applicable to different areas of environmental interest. The easiest way to find a specific law is to go to Lexis.
Nexis. In the search box, enter the code of the law (example 6. Hit “enter” to search the database. Rules and guidance documents are linked below: Meth Contamination.
Oak Ridge Reservation. Brownfields Redevelopment. Law TCA 6. 8- 2. 12- 2. Brownfields projects voluntary cleanup oversight and assistance program. Drycleaners. Vapor Intrusion Guidance. For the most up to date information, visit Lexis Nexis. This Page Last Updated: June 1.
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NAR is interested in hearing feedback regarding the Brownfields Law. We are particularly interested in any concerns about the new law - e.g., its impact on your liability, the increase in grant money, the limitation on EPA.