Environmental Statutes, Volumes 1-2

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Government Institutes, 2002 - Environmental law

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Contents

USC 7413 Federal enforcement
98
USC 7414 Recordkeeping inspections monitoring and entry
106
USC 7416 Retention of State authority
112
USC 7420 Noncompliance penalty
120
USC 7422 Listing of certain unregulated pollutants
126
USC 7429 Solid waste combustion
132
Part CPrevention of Significant Deterioration of Air Quality
138
USC 7476 Other pollutants
147
Part DPlan Requirements for Nonattainment Areas
155
USC 7504 Planning procedures
162
USC 7507 New motor vehicle emission standards in nonattainment
168
USC 7511a Plan submissions and requirements
175
USC 7511b Federal ozone measures
188
USC 75110 Enforcement for Severe and Extreme ozone
195
USC 7512 Classification and attainment dates
197
USC 7513a Plan provisions and schedules for plan submissions
204
USC 7522 Prohibited acts
225
USC 7525 Motor vehicle and motor vehicle engine
232
USC 7542 Information collection
243
USC 7546
261
USC 7552 Motor vehicle compliance program fees
267
USC 7571 Establishment of standards
269
USC 7583 Standards for lightduty cleanfuel vehicles
275
USC 7587 Vehicle conversions
283
USC 7602 Definitions
290
USC 7605 Representation in litigation
298
USC 7608 Mandatory licensing
309
USC 7614 Labor standards
315
USC 7622 Employee protection
321
USC 76250 Statutory construction
325
USC 7651a Definitions
331
USC 76510 Phase I sulfur dioxide requirements
338
USC 7651d Phase Il sulfur dioxide requirements
349
USC 7651e Allowances for States with emissions rates at or below
356
USC 76511 Election for additional sources
363
SUBCHAPTER VPERMITS
373
USC 76610 Notification to Administrator and contiguous States
379
SUBCHAPTER VISTRATOSPHERIC OZONE PROTECTION
385
USC 7671c Phaseout of production and consumption of class
392
USC 7671g National recycling and emission reduction program
398
USC 7671j Labeling
401
USC 7671p International cooperation
407
Clean Water Act
409
USC 1252 Comprehensive programs for water pollution control
416
USC 1254a Research on effects of pollutants
427
USC 1259 Training grants and contracts
433
USC 1264
439
USC 1269 Long Island Sound
450
USC 1272 Environmental dredging
458
USC 12810 Total treatment system funding
471
USC 1284 Limitations and conditions
477
USC 1286 Reimbursement and advanced construction
490
USC 1289 Basin planning
501
USC 1323 Federal facilities pollution control
597
USC 1326 Thermal discharges
604
USC 1330 National estuary program
611
SUBCHAPTER IVPERMITS AND LICENSES
617
USC 1343 Ocean discharge criteria
629
USC 1345 Disposal or use of sewage sludge
637
SUBCHAPTER VGENERAL PROVISIONS
645
USC 1366 Appearance
652
USC 1373 Public health agency coordination
658
SUBCHAPTER VISTATE WATER POLLUTION
666
Estuary Restoration Act of 2000
672
Oil Pollution Act
681
Indemnification agreements
695
Title 11
710
Title III
716
Negotiations with Canada concerning tug escorts in Puget Sound
717
Title IV
718
Suspension and revocation of licenses certificates of registry drug abuse
719
Removal of master or individual in charge
720
Manning standards for foreign tank vessels
721
Vessel traffic service systems
722
Great Lakes pilotage
723
Study on tanker navigation safety standards
727
Use of liners
728
Establishment of double hull requirement for tank vessels
733
Pilotage
734
Maritime pollution prevention training program study
735
National contingency planning and response system
736
USC 92 note Coast Guard Vessel Design
737
USC 2732 Terminal and tanker oversight and monitoring
744
USC 2733 Bligh Reef light
751
USC 2753
757
TRANSALASKA PIPELINE
767
USC 1654 Antitrust laws
775
Safe Drinking Water Act
779
Volume 11
786
USC 300g2 State primary enforcement responsibility
798
USC 300g4 Variances
806
USC 300g5 Exemptions
812
USC 300g7 Monitoring of contaminants
819
Part CProtection of Underground Sources
825
USC 300h3 Interim regulation of underground injections
831
USC 300h7 State programs to establish wellhead protection areas
837
Part EGeneral Provisions
843
USC 300j2 Grants for State programs
850
USC 300j3b Contaminant standards or treatment technique guidelines
856
USC 300j5 National Drinking Water Advisory Council
862
USC 300j9 General provisions
868
Sec 2002
873
USC 9509
881
USC 300j18 Drinking water studies
887
Resource Conservation and Recovery Act 893
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Page 306 - Nothing in this section shall restrict any right which any person (or class of persons) may have under any statute or common law to seek enforcement of any emission standard or limitation or to seek any other relief (including relief against the Administrator or a State agency). (f) Definition. For purposes of this section, the term "emission standard or limitation under this Act...
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