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Developing Hazardous Waste Site Health & Safety Plans

Only in recent history have public and scientific concerns about abandoned hazardous-waste sites and improperly managed chemical manufactures, recycling, and storage operations become so widespread as to demand a federal response. There are thousands of abandoned hazardous-waste sites in the United States suspected or known to contain substances that are toxic, explosive, ignitable, radioactive, carcinogenic, or infectious. It is important to understand environmental law since the pollutants and / or contaminants identified under parts of these laws are of primary concern in your work. In addition, we all have to comply with these laws as we work with wastes and hazardous wastes.