By: Denise G Olivares
166 pages, b/w illustrations, table
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) was established in 1970 to consolidate numerous federal pollution control responsibilities that had been divided among several federal agencies. EPA's responsibilities grew over time as Congress enacted an increasing number of environmental statutes and major amendments to these statutes. This book summarises the major statutes administered by the EPA concerning environmental law and how they are enforced.
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