Environmental Clean-up Books

  • Amending CERCLA

    Controversial yet powerful, litigated but most often settled, the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA, or Superfund) has a complicated history. CERCLA gave the Environmental Protection Agency vast authority to clean up sites, a dedicated source of funds to undertake clean-ups (Superfund), and a liability ...

  • Metals in the Environment: Analysis by Biodiversity

    A summary of data on heavy metal accumulation, biomonitoring, toxicity and tolerance, metal contamination and pollution in the environment, and the importance of biodiversity for environmental monitoring and cleanup of metal-contaminated and polluted ecosystems. It advocates the use of bacteria, mycorrhizae, freshwater algae, salt marshes, bryo- ...

  • Crafting Superior Environmental Enforcement Solutions

    The “environmental police” are very much on the beat, requiring cleanup and meting out punishments for transgressions of U.S. law. In fiscal year 1999, the U.S. EPA concluded enforcement cases requiring a record $3.6 billion for environmental cleanup, pollution control equipment, pollution prevention, and improved monitoring. And, as ...

  • North Carolina Practice Guide—Handling Environmental Matters

    Consider this text your guide to environmental laws affecting North Carolina businesses and governmental entities. Provides an overview of environmental agencies, laws, regulations, and policies. Explains the impact of major environmental programs, including the Clean Water Act, the Clean Air Act, the Community Right to Know Act, RCRA, and ...

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