Superfund reauthorization: hearings before the Subcommittee on Water Resources and Environment of the Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure, House of Representatives, One Hundred Fifth Congress, first session, March 5, 1997 (lessons learned from the states), March 12, 1997 (U.S. Environmental Protection Agency perspective), April 10, 1997 (perspectives of interested parties).
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MARCH 5 1997
Cahill John P Acting Commissioner New York State Department of Envi
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105th Congress actions administrative reforms Administrator BROWNER agreement allocation appropriate areas believe BOEHLERT Borski brownfield sites brownfields redevelopment Carol Browner CERCLA Chairman Charlotte Knight City clean cleanup costs cleanup standards Committee Congress contaminated sites criteria decisions drinking water efforts ensure Environmental Protection Agency EPA's federal Superfund funding future goal going GPRA ground water groundwater hazardous waste hazardous waste sites human health implementation industrial issues Jersey landfill legislative reform liability scheme litigation micromis million municipalities NALGEP National Priorities List natural resource damages NPL sites orphan share owners polluters potential problems PRPs public health remedy selection require Resources and Environment responsible parties result retroactive liability Shelby County small businesses stakeholders statute strict liability Superfund law Superfund liability Superfund program Superfund reauthorization Superfund reform Superfund sites testimony Thank toxic transaction costs U.S. EPA voluntary cleanup programs