James Tupper to Speak on Fish Consumption at Lake Roosevelt Forum 2013 Conference

Published Nov 18, 2013

Tupper Mack Wells attorney James Tupper will participate in a panel regarding fish consumption rates at the Lake Roosevelt Forum 2013 Conference on Wednesday, November 20th, 2013 at the Davenport Hotel in Spokane. The Washington State Department of Ecology is continuing to address complex science and public policy issues involved in adopting new human health-based water quality standards and implementation tools. Fish consumption rates have emerged as a critical factor in regulating toxics entering waterways. The panel session will address the latest alternatives being considered by Ecology and provide stakeholder perspectives from industry, municipal, environmental and tribal representatives.

The panel will be moderated by Dave McBride, WA Department of Health, and will feature keynote speaker Catherine O'Neill, Seattle University School of Law, Melissa Gildersleeve, WA Department of Ecology, Nina Bell, Northwest Environmental Advocates, Gary Passmore, Colville Confederated Tribes, and TMW’s James Tupper. For more information contact James Tupper at tupper@tmw-law.com.

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