The Environmental Dictionary and Regulatory Cross-Reference

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James J. King
Wiley, 1995 M02 6 - 1295 pages
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Third Edition The Environmental Dictionary and Regulatory Cross-Reference The answers you need—right at your fingertips… Anyone involved in researching environmental regulations in 40 CFR knows that the only definition that matters for any environmental term is the U.S. EPA definition. Unfortunately, EPA definitions can change from one regulatory area to another, and it can be difficult to determine which section of the regulations a particular definition applies to. The Environmental Dictionary and Regulatory Cross-Reference eliminates the confusion and tedium of poring through the Code of Federal Regulations looking for the proper section or definition. Each of the nearly 6,000 definitions is cross-referenced to the section of the code in which it is found, and every possible definition is included for each term listed. Fully revised and updated with more than 1,500 new and modified definitions to reflect code changes through June 1994, The Environmental Dictionary and Regulatory Cross-Reference, Third Edition is a terrific time-saver and "headache remedy" for anyone whose work involves environmental terms and acronyms. It reduces mistakes and confusion and speeds up the process of finding the specific section of the regulation that applies to a particular situation.

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JAMES J. KING is a consultant, author, and lecturer on the overall impact of environmental regulation on business, communities, and federal facilities. He is coauthor with John P. Woodyard of the PCB Management Handbook, also available from Wiley.

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