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Federal Barriers to Common-Sense Cleanups: Hearings Before the Committee on Commerce, U.S. House of Representatives
Michael G. Oxley (ed). Hearings on how the U.S. can get toxic waste cleaned up faster; held nearly two decades since Congress passed the Superfund Act, to clean up toxic waste sites & hold people liable for the toxic contamination they create. Problems with cleanup include: resistance by people who think they have been unfairly tagged for cleanup, long period of time for cleanup process, or even shutting down the cleanup. This hearing focuses on cleanups conducted under State law, such as the voluntary cleanup law passed in Ohio that offers owners of contaminated sites a chance to clean up now in exchange for an agree. from the State that it will not sue later. Today there are 450,000 sites that are sitting idle or underutilized because of fear of environ. liabilities.
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