After positions at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and Washington-based consulting firms, Eric Sapirstein founded ENS Resources, Inc., in 1986. For almost 30 years, his firm has focused on legislative and regulatory affairs consulting for local and regional governments as well as private sector interests concerned with the protection of the environment and promotion of sustainable energy and water resources policy at the national and state levels of government.
Before providing representational services and strategic planning advice to the firm’s clients, Mr. Sapirstein worked at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency serving in the Office of the Comptroller and Office of Legislative and Congressional Affairs. He advised senior Agency officials on matters regarding waste management, clean water ad drinking water policy issues. Mr. Sapirstein received two Special Achievement Awards, recognizing superior work that helped ensure passage of the Superfund Act during the 96th Congress.
Mr. Sapirstein earned a Master’s of Public Administration (MPA), with a concentration in public finance, budgeting, and urban administration, from The George Washington University. He was nominated and selected to compete as a Presidential Management Intern. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science from Boston University.
March 9, 2016
Eric Sapirstein addresses the priority to provide for reliable and safe water supplies in an environment of changing hydrologic conditions.