Louisiana State Senate passes Coastal Master Plan
May 2, 2012 | Posted by Elizabeth Van Cleve in 2012 Coastal Master Plan

Yesterday, the Louisiana State Senate unanimously approved the 2012 Louisiana Coastal Master Plan (SCR 46) as well as the Annual State Coastal Protection and Restoration Plan (SCR 41). The Coastal Master Plan lays out a 50-year vision for protecting and restoring Louisiana’s coastal resources and communities. In April, both the Senate Transportation and Natural Resources Committees also unanimously approved the plan. Now that that it has passed the Senate, the Coastal Master Plan will go on to the House Transportation and House Natural Resources committees for approval next week. Please check back as we continue updating on the plan’s progress in the Louisiana State Legislature over the next few weeks.

One Response to Louisiana State Senate passes Coastal Master Plan

  1. Edward Bell says:

    We have a site soil toxicity verification instrument -Safe SoilTester(SST) which can measure toxicity of PAH's your more likely to find in soil, coastal sediments.It is UK invented technology,fast and easy to use.We have in past offered to Universities on Gulf Coast but I think because it is not American they have ignored our offer to help.EPA are aware of our Biosensor Technology and in past offered to ETV it at Battele.It has been verified under EU's ETV by Swedish Enviro Research Institute(IVL) at Stockholm University.It was invented by ex oil/gas Engineer (me). .If you want to try one out let us know we are sure it will help your On Site(s) monitoring programme.
    Best Regards,
    Ed Bell.CEO Crown Bio

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