Hazardous waste law and practice
Hazardous waste generators are subject to the pervasive, cradle-to-grave regulatory scheme of Subtitle C of the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act. This law consists of hundreds of pages of regulations, backed up by thousands of pages of Federal Register explanations and associated background documents. This work provides an overview of this complex material.
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3A Materials Abandoned by Being Burned or Incinerated
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