Water & Wetlands

Executive Director
@TimWhitehouseUS

Tim Whitehouse

Tim Whitehouse has more than 25 years of experience working on a wide range of environmental issues with governments, businesses, nonprofit organizations and community groups. Tim was a senior attorney at the United States Environmental Protection Agency for 10 years, where he specialized in enforcement of the Clean Water Act and in hazardous waste compliance issues. He was also head of the Law and Policy Program at the North American Commission for Environmental Cooperation in Montreal, Canada for 5 years. He has worked as a consultant for companies on environmental compliance issues, and with non-profit organizations focusing on clean energy issues. Most recently, he was executive director of Chesapeake Physicians for Social Responsibility, a health advocacy group working to address climate change, toxics pollution, and nuclear disarmament issues in Maryland. He holds a JD and BA from Emory University and an MA from New York University.

Florida Issues Drinking Water Safety Citations 

by Kirsten Stade | January 21, 2021
Delray Plagued by Persistent Contamination with Partially Treated Sewage ...

More PFAS Found in Maryland Water and Seafood  

by Kirsten Stade | November 16, 2020
Maryland Must Set Health Standards for Toxic “Forever Chemical ...

“Zombie” Dams Imperil Pacific Northwest Waters  

by Kirsten Stade | October 30, 2020
Special Counsel Probes Army Corps Failure to Assess Dam Operations ...

Rhode Island Ignores Sewage Dumping in Historic Harbor   

by Kirsten Stade | October 27, 2020
Federal Action Sought to Stop Sewage Discharges Befouling Sakonnet Harbor ...

Alarming PFAS Levels in Delray Beach Drinking Water  

by Kirsten Stade | October 26, 2020
Toxic “Forever Chemicals” May be Accumulating in Drinking Water Aquifer ...

BLOG: EPA’s Latest Toxic PFAS Whitewash Revealed

by Tim Whitehouse | August 25, 2020
EPA delayed and continues to delay release of its interactive PFAS map, which shows local sources of PFAS, forever chemicals linked to cancer ...