Fourth and long for Cluster Rules

Patrick, Ken L.
November 1994
Pulp & Paper;Nov94, Vol. 68 Issue 11, p9
Trade Publication
Editorial. Comments on the status of Cluster Rules promulgation by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Change in promulgation date; Statements by EPA officials; View of hardliners; Alternative plan.


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