Toxic Debts and the Superfund Dilemma

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TABLES AND FIGURES

TABLES
2.1. Generation of Hazardous Waste by Industry18
2.2 Superfund Sites by State and EPA Region, 198929
4.1. Superfund Activities, 1981-1983 and 1984-198382
5.1. Funds Available for State Hazardous Waste Response103
5.2. Determinants of Environmental Group Membership116
5.3. Determinants of State Funding and Enforcement118
6.1. Action versus No Action and Federal versus State Enforcement154
6.2. Probability of No Action155
6.3. State Resources and Regional Enforcement156
7.1. Determinants of Fund-Financed Cleanup187
7.2. Determinants of Enforcement191

FIGURES
6.1. Regional Site Classification127
6.2. Probability of No Action130
6.3. Probability of Federal Enforcement131
6.4. Regional Fund and Enforcement Scores135
6.5. Regional Settlement and Conflict Scores136
7.1 Fund Obligations at Priority Sites, March 1986162
7.2. Fund Activities at Priority Sites, March 1986163
7.3 Enforcement Activities at Priority Sites, March 1986165

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Tables and Figures xi
  • Preface xiii
  • Acknowledgments xv
  • Toxic Debts - Chapter 1 1
  • Production, Disposal, and Contamination - Chapter 2 9
  • Conflict, Regulation, and the State - Chapter 3 31
  • Congress and the Reagan Epa - Chapter 4 51
  • Superfund and the States - Chapter 5 87
  • Epa Regions: Implementing Superfund - Chapter 6 121
  • Roots of Superfund Failure - Chapter 7 159
  • Redsigning Superfund - Chapter 8 195
  • Ending a Decade of False Starts - Chapter 9 237
  • Solving the Superfund Dilemma - Chapter 10 273
  • Notes 283
  • Bibliography 305
  • Index 317
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