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Home Browse Books Book details, Cleaning Up the Mess: Implementation Strategies. Cleaning Up the Mess: Implementation Strategies in Superfund. By Thomas W. Church, Robert T. Nakamura. This book is about Superfund, America's unique statutory scheme to use the more draconian elements of tort law to compel private businesses and public entities to clean up hazardous waste sites. the book is complex, befitting a program that may have generated as many acronyms as the New Deal (note the glossary at the back of this book).
Cleaning Up the Mess book. The legislation that created Superfund provided the Environmental Protection Agency with a diverse set of policy tools.
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The book examines the questions of how to make the inherently coercive aspects of regulation more politically acceptable in the present .
The book examines the questions of how to make the inherently coercive aspects of regulation more politically acceptable in the present antiregulatory environment and how the legal and administrative challenges of reform in ongoing regulatory programs might best be approached. The authors explore these issues through a case study of administrative reform in the Superfund program. Chartered with an ambitious mission to clean up the nation's hazardous waste sites, Superfund was from its inception a uniquely aggressive and unpopular program.
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The federal Superfund programme for cleaning up America's inactive toxic waste sites is noteworthy not only for its enormous cost (1. billion dollars have been authorized so far), but also for its unique design.
Cleaning up the mess. implementation strategies in Superfund. by Church, Thomas W. Published 1993 by Brookings Institution in Washington, .
Cleaning up the mess: implementation strategies in Superfund The authors then spent the rest of the book going over case studies and describe the process that Superfund goes through to clean up sites.
Cleaning up the mess: implementation strategies in Superfund. Brookings Institution, 1993. The Superfund has three ideologies that characterize the response to environmental cleanup. The authors then spent the rest of the book going over case studies and describe the process that Superfund goes through to clean up sites. TERM Spring '14. PROFESSOR MackenzieCrigger. TAGS Superfund, Superfund Program, policy tools Superfund.
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