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Environmental Law Lawyers In Catoosa Oklahoma

Catoosa is a river city in Rogers and Wagoner counties in the U.S. state of Oklahoma. The population was 5,449 at the 2000 census. Catoosa is an Inland seaport. The Port of Catoosa is the farthest inland seaport in the United States, linking Tulsa to the Arkansas River and eventually to the Gulf of Mexico. Catoosa is located along historic Route 66. The name of the city is derived from the Cherokee language, phonetically pronounced "Ga-du-si" or "Ga-tu-si". Various interpretations of this word exist, including: between two hills, on the hill, into the hills, and possibly signifying a prominent hill or place thereon.

What is environmental law?

Environmental law assures that the environment be protected against both public and private actions to take account of costs or harms inflicted on the eco-system. Attorneys handle environmental law are involved in the protection of natural resources, land, and wildlife; regulation of harmful emissions into air and water; and monitoring of commercial and industrial activities for their impact on the environment. Environmental law attorneys also advise businesses on compliance with federal and state environmental laws.

Answers to environmental law issues in Oklahoma

Citizens have various rights to stop conduct which is damaging the environment. These rights derive from the common...