2 edition of Flow control of solid waste found in the catalog.
Published 1994 by Administrator in Congressional Research Service, Library of Congress
Cover title.At head of title: CRS report for Congress.Updated April 11, 1994.94-265 ENR.Includes bibliographical references.Microfiche. Arlington, Va. : University Publications of America, 1994. 1 microfiche : negative. (Major studies and issue briefs of the Congressional Research Service. 1994 supplement ; 94-265 ENR).
|Statement||Congressional Research Service, Library of Congress|
|Publishers||Congressional Research Service, Library of Congress|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 78 p. :|
|Number of Pages||77|
|2||Major studies and issue briefs of the Congressional Research Service -- 1994, 94-265 ENR.|
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48:3-9, the authority received approval of this financing from the commissioner of the NJDEP.
The Court then notes that even if they were similarly situated, Summary Judgment would still be granted because the Ordinance falls within the scope of United Haulers Association v. I am opposed to any federal legislation that allows states to control the flow of solid waste thereby squelching competition and raising the cost of garbage disposal.
provision to municipalities of the right to exit the solid waste system. The Majority Opinion found that the Ordinance merely enabled the counties to pursue traditional policy power functions and that the underlying policy choice public sector waste handling should be free from court interference.
Additionally, the formatting and pagination of the posted documents varies from the formatting and pagination of the official copy. Complicating the issue is the ongoing challenge of maintaining Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation-licensed air space in the existing landfill to handle all the garbage.
For Commissioner David Harper, the Franklin contract has proven to be a huge mistake and is at the heart of Bi-County's revenue struggles that, he feels, Bi-County needs to try to get out of, even if it means having to pay a hefty legal settlement. We cannot guarantee that every book is in the library.
So to maintain a certain amount of waste flowing to their facilities, local governments sometimes impose directives — or flow control laws — requiring haulers to transport trash to sites of their choosing.
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