Business Law Compendium
Briefly explains legal advantages of comprehensive pollution-prevention
strategies; suggests how to integrate pollution prevention into law
[Printed copy available for $1.00]
Educational tools listed include six articles and three statutes.
Reference materials listed include 16 books and reports, 42 articles, 13
government reports and hearings, one federal statute, 27 state statutes,
and three faculty involved in pollution prevention education. [Printed copy available for $1.50]
Describes 93 relevant publications; all appear in the Resource List.
312K Acrobat file [Printed copy available for $1.50]
Selected Reading Material
A collection of key documents involving pollution prevention and business
- Clearwater, Scott W., & Joanne M. Scanlon, Legal Incentives for
Minimizing Waste, 10 Envtl. Progress, Aug. 1991, at 169.
- Grayson, Lynn E., The Pollution Prevention Act of 1990: Emergence of
a New Environmental Policy, 22 Envtl. L. Rep. (Envtl. L. Inst.) 10,392
- Guruswamy, Lakshman, Integrated Thoughtways: Re-Opening of the
Environmental Mind? 1989 Wis. L. Rev. 463.
- Johnson, Stephen M., From Reaction to Proaction: The 1990
Pollution Prevention Act, 17 Colum. J. Envtl. L. 153 (1992).
- Pollution Prevention Act of 1990, 42 U.S.C. Sec. 13101--13109. The
- Connecticut Environmental Assistance to Business Act, Conn. Gen. Stat.
Ann. App. Pamphlet, PA 91-376 (1992). Voluntary state statute.
- Massachusetts Toxics Use Reduction Act, Mass. Ann. Laws Ch.
21I Sec. 1-23 (Law. Co-op Supp. 1992). Mandatory state statute.
4,495K Acrobat file [Printed copy available for $17.00]
"A Pollution Prevention Primer for Law Teachers"
Discusses pollution prevention vs. media-specific regulations and laws.
Also describes current acts and federal and state programs.
335K Acrobat file [Printed copy available for $1.50]
A Chemical Engineer's Guide to Environmental Law
This 100-page guide is designed to give chemical engineers a general
overview of the field of environmental law. Main sections discuss (1)
specific reasons why chemical engineers should understand environmental
laws and regulations; (2) the roles of legislatures, administrative
agencies, and courts; (3) the interaction of environmental laws at
federal, state, and local levels; and (4) relevant provisions of nine
federal Acts: Toxic Substances Control Act; Federal Insecticide,
Rodenticide, and Fungicide Act; Occupational Safety and Health Act; Clean
Air Act; Clean Water Act; Resource Conservation and Recovery Act;
Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act;
Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act; and Pollution
1,745K Acrobat file [Printed copy available for $13.00]
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