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Environmental Spill Reporting Handbook, 2009-2010 ed. (Environmental Law Series)

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This handbook ensures that you can quickly respond to and report spills and releases of substances into the environment. The Environmental Spill Reporting Handbook explains how to comply with myriad federal and state laws requiring prompt and accurate reporting, what incidents to report, to whom, and what information to provide. Provides Clean Air Act reporting requirements, including a comprehensive state by state analysis. Also includes a revised CERCLA list of hazardous substances as well as a clear summary of each federal and state program to help you quickly determine how to act.
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Features

  • Includes contact information for relevant agencies
  • Includes updated CERCLA list of hazardous substances
  • Provides reporting requirements and information for all 50 states, D.C., and Puerto Rico
  • Quick and handy resource for responding to and reporting spills and releases of substances into the environment

Summary Of Contents

  • Volume 1
    • Part I. Federal Requirements
    • Chapter
      • Overview
      • Superfund - The Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation & Liability Act (CERCLA)
      • Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act (EPCRA)
      • Clean Water Act (CWA)
      • Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA)
      • Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA)
      • Transportation of Hazardous Materials and Waste
      • Underground Storage Tanks (RCRA)
      • Clean Air Act (CAA)
      • Integrated Emergency Plans and Spill Reporting Databases
      • OSHA - Summary Description of Proccess Safety Management Standard
  • Part II. State Reporting Requirements
      • Alabama
      • Alaska
      • Arizona
      • Arkansas
      • California
      • Colorado
      • Connecticut
      • Delaware
      • District of Columbia
      • Florida
      • Georgia
      • Hawaii
      • Idaho
      • Illinois
      • Indiana
      • Iowa
      • Kansas
      • Kentucky
      • Louisiana
      • Maine
      • Maryland
  • Volume 2
    • Part II. State Reporting Requirements (continued)
      • Massachusetts
      • Michigan
      • Minnesota
      • Mississippi
      • Missouri
      • Montana
      • Nebraska
      • Nevada
      • New Hampshire
      • New Jersey
      • New Mexico
      • New York
      • North Carolina
      • North Dakota
      • Ohio
      • Oklahoma
      • Oregon
      • Pennsylvania
      • Puerto Rico
      • Rhode Island
      • South Carolina
      • South Dakota
      • Tennessee
      • Texas
      • Utah
      • Vermont
      • Virginia
      • Washington
      • West Virginia
      • Wisconsin
      • Wyoming
  • Index

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