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Taylor Lewellyn, JD
Legal Editor
Phone: 800-727-5257 ext. 2157

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Taylor A. Lewellyn, J.D., is a Legal Editor for BLR’s environmental publications, focusing primarily on water related topics. Before joining BLR in 2017, Ms. Lewellyn clerked at Milford Superior Court in Connecticut and at MetLife Auto & Home in Warwick, Rhode Island. She also interned for the Environmental Advocacy Unit at the Rhode Island Office of the Attorney General. She received a Bachelor of Arts degree in History from the College of William & Mary and her Juris Doctorate, cum laude, from Roger Williams University School of Law. She is a member of the Connecticut chapter of the Society of Women Environmental Professionals and the Rhode Island Bar Association and is licensed to practice law in Connecticut, Rhode Island, and Massachusetts.

Recent articles by Taylor Lewellyn, JD

  • What you need to know about the upcoming Certification of Pesticide Applicators rule

    After several extensions of the effective date, EPA's revisions to the Certification of Pesticide Applicators rule will take effect on May 22, 2018. With less than 6 months left to prepare, this article discusses what you need to know about how the changes will affect you and any pesticide applicators that you manage or employ.

  • Employee training: How to develop your most valuable industrial stormwater BMP

    With all of the high-tech stormwater control gadgets on the market these days, facilities often overlook one of the most important best management practices (BMPs): employee training. When facilities do remember to train, they often find that it is difficult to get employees to care about stormwater in the first place. This article explores how to solve these problems and develop an effective stormwater training program.

  • EPA’s 2020 MSGP: A look ahead

    Now that we are about halfway through the permit cycle for the federal 2015 Multi-Sector General Permit for Stormwater Discharges Associated with Industrial Activity (MSGP), let's turn our attentions toward what the EPA has in store for the 2020 MSGP.

  • StormCon 2017: Innovative Stormwater Management Success Stories

    On the final day of the StormCon 2017 Surface Water Quality Conference and Expo, a busload of stormwater professionals toured two innovative stormwater management systems recently installed in the City of Tacoma’s Point Defiance Park and the Port of Tacoma’s West Hylebos Pier Log Yard.


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