Representatives of chemical manufacturers spoke in a news conference to call for reforms of the Superfund regulations, which seek to… read more
Representatives of chemical manufacturers spoke in a news conference to call for reforms of the Superfund regulations, which seek to prioritize the nation’s hazardous waste sites and fund their cleanup with money from the chemical manufacturing industry. Mr. Burt said the Superfund program needs a legislative overhaul, including reforms to the remedy selection process for hazardous waste sites and reforms for the liability standards for financing the cleanup. close
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- Robert Burt Chairman FMC Corporation
Hazardous Waste Transportation
Mr. Harvison discussed the efforts to transport hazardous waste in the U.S.
Government Toxic Waste Clean-up
Ms. Rivlin testified to the extent of toxic waste that needed to be cleaned up both in the United States and…
Superfund Hazardous Waste Clean up
Ms. Smith testified concerning authorization legislation for Superfund clean up operations.
Congressional Political & Legislative Agenda
House Minority Leader Rep. Michel spoke to a group of chemical industry executives on the political agenda before…