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Over 10,000 environmental legal terms at your fingertips. Get the last word on virtually any environmental and occupational legal terms with the new Dictionary of Environmental Legal Terms, by C. C. Lee. You don't have to wade through the huge volume of CFRs and various environmental regualtions--this easy-access resource quickly gives you the answers you need to comply with today's tough laws. You get precise definitions for over 10,000 legal terms, plus references that guide you to related codes and manuals for each one. It's simply the fastest, easiest way to get: Statutory definitions from all major environmental laws, such as the Clean Air Act, Clean Water Act, the Safe Drinking Water Act, the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act, the Toxic Substances Control Act and the Superfund Act; Regulatory definitions from the entire 40 CFT--Part 1 to 1517; Health-related environmental definitions from 29 CFR; Radioactive waste-related environmental defini
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About the Author
C.C. Lee is a Research Program Manager at the national Risk Management Research Laboratory of the U.S Environmental Protection Agency in Cincinnati, Ohio. In addition, he is currently the Chairman of the Executive Steering Committee for the National Technical Workgroup on Mixed Waste Treatment. He initiated and served as the Chairman of the First and Second International COngress on Toxic Combustion Byproducts (ICTCB) in 1989 and 1991. The ICTCB has been holding its meetings every two years since its creation in 1989. Until recently, Dr. Lee was an Adjunct Professor with the University of Cincinnati in Ohio and was an Assistant Professor at the North Carolina State University before joining EPA in 1974.
Table of ContentsDefinitions.Appendix: Environmental Acronyms.References.Major Environmental Laws and Environmental Regulations.