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Raymond Knox January 11, 2012 - 10:35am

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It is pretty bad when a decision like this is made without consulting the affected professionals. The report is replete with a total lack of understanding of the licensed profession slated for elimination. For instance, if the PG license is eliminated, only those folks holding PG’s from other states will easily meet the Environmental Professional definition in ASTM E-1527 and USEPA’s AAI rule. Therefore they will not be “qualified” to complete Phase I ESAs or USEPA AAI investigations. I would wager that the head of LLR is not sophisticated enough to know what that is or the implications thereof. This went to the Senate Labor Commerce and Industry committee, Sen. Greg Ryberg-Chairman.

Go to http://www.scstatehouse.gov/committeeinfo/senatelci.php to contact the committee members and track the agenda.