Final report of the Model Toxics Control Act Policy Advisory Committee

by Washington (State). Model Toxics Control Act Policy Advisory Committee.

Publisher: The Dept. in [Olympia, WA]

Written in English
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  • Hazardous wastes -- Law and legislation -- Washington (State),
  • Liability for hazardous substances pollution damages -- Washington (State)

Edition Notes

Other titlesModel Toxics Control Act Policy Advisory Committee
Statementsubmitted to the House Agriculture and Ecology Committee, Senate Ecology and Parks Committee, Director, Department of Ecology.
ContributionsWashington (State). Dept. of Ecology.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsKFW380.H39 A2 1996
The Physical Object
Pagination1 v. (various pagings) ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL411743M
LC Control Number98113747

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problem, through policies and programs developed by its Source Reduction Council (SRC), was the Model Toxics in Packaging Legislation (Appendix A), completed in This legislation has become the model for other states and regions that are struggling with similar problems and searching for.

addressed Methods B and C cleanup levels for petroleum contamination. The Interim TPH Policy, which was a PAC recommendation, will be superseded by changes that are incorporated into the new Model Toxics Control Act cleanup regulation.

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This report, the Model Toxics Control Accounts Ten-Year Financing Report ,outlines the estimated financing that is needed to conduct this critical cleanup work. It identifies projects and grant programs that were included in Ecology’s budget request submitted to.

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the head of a relevant central administrative organ and then pa ss through the deliberation of the Toxic Chemicals Control Committee under Article 7. (3) Basic plans shall contain each of the following matters: 1.

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(9) Appeals. Unless otherwise indicated all department decisions made under this chapter are remedial decisions and may be appealed only as provided for in RCW D State toxics in packaging laws are consistent with the Model Legislation for the most part. For example, all U.S.

state toxics in packaging laws have the same basic requirements – that is, no intentional use of any amount of the four restricted metals and a threshold level of.

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