TITLE

EPA'S SUPERFUND REFORM FAULTED

PUB. DATE
June 2000
SOURCE
ENR: Engineering News-Record;06/26/2000, Vol. 244 Issue 25, p24
SOURCE TYPE
Trade Publication
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Deals with a report from the United States General Accounting Office which found that the reforms of the Superfund hazardous waste cleanup program of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) have not been as successful as EPA claimed. Number of Superfund reforms classified by the EPA as having actual benefits to the program; Reaction to the findings; Opinion on the administrative reforms.
ACCESSION #
3321187

 

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