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Avoiding liability for hazardous waste

RCRA, CERCLA, and related corporate law issues (Corporate practice series)

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        StatementBureau of National Affairs
        PublishersBureau of National Affairs
        LC Classifications1999
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 115 p. :
        Number of Pages54
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 101558711988

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42 U.S. Code § 9607

Using less toxic feedstocks, such as switching to the use of lead-free solder in manufacturing;• There are, however, steps prospective purchasers can take to limit this liability. Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability Act CERCLAcommonly known as Superfund, and corresponding state law, owners of contaminated properties are liable, without regard to fault, for environmental conditions on the property, whether or not the owner was involved in any way in the initial release of the contamination.

These sites typically involve a large number of responsible parties, multiple waste sources and diverse waste streams that are both municipal and industrial, and waste streams varying in toxicity. Much of the legislation currently in effect is being ignored. Do not dispose of antifreeze in storm drains or sewer systems. The need for compliance and proper cradle-to-grave disposal with Certificates of Destruction documentation will become a critical component of future oil and gas production legislation.

See generally Bernstein, To Clean Up Landfills, the Leader Should be Municipalities Using Economic Incentives to Settle,10014 Jan.

EPA,D. Used water filtration sleeves radioactive socks• Farm disposal of any of the products is illegal. Beacon Heights Coalition Plaintiffs' and Uniroyal Chemical Co. EPA argued generally that the municipalities misstated and incorrectly interpreted the Municipal Settlement Policy and CERCLA's scope of liability. Burn dry combustibles outdoors or in Avoiding liability for hazardous waste well-ventilated area to minimize adverse health effects from smoke.

The rule to help you better comply with hazardous waste regs. Municipal Memorandum at 19-20 No.