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Leaking Underground Storage Tanks: EPA Should Take Steps to Better Ensure the Effective Use of Public Funding for Cleanups
John B. Stephenson (au)
Underground storage tanks that leak hazardous substances can contaminate nearby groundwater & soil. Under the Resource Conservation & Recovery Act, tank owners & operators are responsible for paying to clean up releases from their tanks. They can demonstrate their financial responsibility by using, among other options, publicly funded state financial assurance funds. These funds also pay to clean up releases from tanks without a viable owner, as does the fed. Leaking Underground Storage Tank Trust Fund. The author was asked to report on: states’ estimates of the public costs to clean up known releases; states’ primary sources of cleanups funding & their viability; & fed. sources to address these releases. Charts & tables.
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