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Beyond Superfailure: America's Toxics Policy for the 1990s

Beyond Superfailure: America's Toxics Policy for the 1990s

by Daniel A. Mazmanian, David Morell

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Superfund has failed to clean up America's worst dump sites, policies to regulate generation of new hazardous waste have foundered, standards have been set for only eight of several hundred air toxics, and transportation spills and industrial toxics accidents continue unabated. Employing case studies and examples from all over America and abroad, the authors chronicle the history of toxics disasters and success stories and then recommend basic changes in the way the United States should handle environmental problems of all types in the future. Paper edition (1467-4), $16.95. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

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