Municipal Environmental Compliance Manual

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CRC Press, Dec 27, 1994 - Law - 256 pages
Authored by engineers and attorneys who regularly counsel local government clients on environmental compliance issues, the Municipal Environmental Compliance Manual presents a plain English overview of federal environmental requirements as they apply to local government activities. This book discusses Superfund liability and how it is most likely to affect by cities, towns, and counties. Expert advice is included on how to minimize a municipality's risk with regard to Superfund liability. This book helps you to identify compliance issues in any department and offers questions that will help you find out whether your local government functions in compliance with the law. Other major topics include:
 

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Contents

Introduction
1
Hazardous Waste Lisa G Dowden
19
Solid Waste Robert J Schafish David A Kahl
39
Emergency Planning and Community RighttoKnow
57
Emergency Notifications Mark S Hegedus and Rena I Steinzor
69
Oil and Fuel Management James F Short
81
Underground Storage Tanks Wendy S Lader
91
Pesticides Russell F Smith III and John M McNurney
105
The Other Side of Clean Water
141
The Safe Drinking Water Act Matthew D
147
Air Quality Management D Edward Settle Michael S Robinson
157
Establishing Environmental Compliance Programs
181
Management and Staff Considerations Todd W Filsinger
191
Risk Communication in the Context of Environmental Planning
197
Environmental Considerations in Real Estate Transactions
209
Insurance Russell F Smith III
219

Asbestos Scott H Strauss
115
Wastewater and Stormwater Discharges Mark A Keyworth
131

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