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RESOURCE CONSERVATION AND RECOVERY ACT OF 1976

Section 1 - Short Title

Section 2 – Amendment Of Solid Waste Disposal Act

Subtitle A General Provisions

Section 1001 – Short Title And Table of Contents

Section 1002 Congressional Findings

Section 1003 Objectives

Section 1004 – Definitions

Section 1005 Governmental Cooperation

Section 1006 – Application Of Act And Integration With Other Acts

Section 1007 Financial Disclosure

Section 1008 Solid Waste Management Information And Guidelines

Subtitle B - Office Of Solid Waste: Authorities Of The Administrator

Section 2001 – Office Of Solid Waste

Section 2002 – Authorities Of Administrator

Section 2003 Resource Recovery And Conservation Panels

Section 2004 Grants For Discarded Tire Disposal

Section 2005 – Annual Report

Section 2006 General Authorization

Subtitle C Hazardous Waste Management

Section 3001 Identification And Listing Of Hazardous Waste

Section 3002 Standards Applicable To Generators Of Hazardous Waste

Section 3003 Standards Applicable To Transporters Of Hazardous Waste

Section 3004 Standards Applicable To Owners And Operators Of Hazardous

Waste Treatment, Storage, And Disposal Facilities

Section 3005 Permits For Treatment, Storage, Or Disposal Of Hazardous Waste

Section 3006 Authorized State Hazardous Waste Programs

Section 3007 - Inspections

Section 3008 - Federal Enforcement

Section 3009 – Retention Of State Authority

Section 3010 – Effective Date

Section 3011 Authorization Of Assistance To States

Subtitle D - State Or Regional Solid Waste Plans

Section 4001 - Objectives Of Subtitle

Section 4002 Federal Guidelines For Plans

Section 4003 Minimum Requirements For Approval Of Plans

Section 4004 – Criteria for Sanitary Landfills Required For All Disposal

Section 4005 – Upgrading Of Open Dumps

Section 4006 Procedure For Development And Implementation Of State Plan

Section 4007 Approval of State Plan; Federal Assistance

Section 4008 — Federal Assistance

Section 4009 – Rural Communities Assistance

Subtitle E - Duties Of The Secretary Of Commerce In Resource And Recovery

Section 5001 – Functions

Section 5002 – Development Of Specifications For Secondary Materials

Section 5003 Development Of Markets For Recovered Materials

Section 5004 Technology Promotion

Subtitle F - Federal Responsibilities

Section 6001 Application Of Federal, State, And Local law To Federal

Facilities

Section 6002 - Federal Procurement

Section 6003 Cooperation With Environmental Protection Agency

Section 6004 Applicability Of Solid Waste Disposal Guidelines To Executive

Agencies

Subtitle G Miscellaneous Provisions

Section 7001 – Employee Protection

Section 7002 Citizen Suits

Section 7003 Imminent Hazard

Section 7004 Petition For Regulations; Public Participation

Section 7005 – Separability

Section 7006 — Judicial Review

Section 7007 — Grants Or Contracts For Training Projects

Section 7008 – Payments

Section 7009 – Labor Standards

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TOXIC SUBSTANCES CONTROL ACT

Section 1 Short Title And Table of Contents

Section 2 Findings, Policy And Intent

Section 3 Definitions

Section 4 - Testing Of Chemical Substances And Mixtures

Section 5 Manufacturing And Processing Notices

Section 6 Regulation of Hazardous Chemical Substances And Mixtures

Section 7 Imminent Hazards

Section 8 Reporting And Retention of Information

Section 9 Relationship To Other Federal Laws

Section 10 Research, Development, Collection, Dissemination, And Utilization Of Data

Section 11 Inspections And Subpoenas

Section 12 Exports

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Section 13 — Entry Into Customs Territory Of The United States
Section 14 Disclosure Of Data
Section 15 Prohibited Acts
Section 16 Penalties
Section 17 Specific Enforcement And Seizure
Section 18 Preemption
Section 19 - Judicial Review
Section 20 - Citizens' Civil Actions
Section 21 – Citizens' Petitions
Section 22 – National Defense Waiver
Section 23 Employee Protection
Section 24 Employment Effects
Section 25 Studies
Section 26 Administration Of The Act
Section 27 Development And Evaluation Of Test Methods
Section 28 State Programs
Section 29 Authorization For Appropriations
Section 30 – Annual Report
Section 31 Effective Date

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THE CLEAN AIR ACT 1

TITLE I-AIR POLLUTION PREVENTION AND

CONTROL

PART A-AIR QUALITY AND EMISSION LIMITATIONS

FINDINGS AND PURPOSES

42 U.S.C. 7401

Sec. 101. (a) The Congress finds

(1) that the predominant part of the Nation's population is located in its rapidly expanding metropolitan and other urban areas, which generally cross the boundary lines of local jurisdictions and often extend into two or more States;

(2) that the growth in the amount and complexity of air pollution brought about by urbanization, industrial development, and the increasing use of motor vehicles, has resulted in mounting dangers to the public health and welfare, including injury to agricultural crops and livestock, damage to and the deterioration of property, and hazards to air and ground transportation;

(3) that the prevention and control of air pollution at its source is the primary responsibility of States and local governments; and

(4) that Federal financial assistance and leadership is essential for the development of cooperative Federal, State, regional, and local programs to pre

vent and control air pollution. (b) The purposes of this title are

(1) to protect and enhance the quality of the Nation's air resources so as to promote the public health and welfare and the productive capacity of its population;

(2) to initiate and accelerate a national research and development program to achieve the prevention and control of air pollution;

* Clean Air Act (42 U.S.C. 1857 et seq.) includes the Clean Air Act of 1963-P.L. 88–206, and amendments made by the Motor Vehicle Air Pollution Control Act--P.L. 89-272 (October 20, 1965), the Clean Air Act Amendments of 1966-P.L. 89-675 (October 15, 1966), the Air Quality Act of 1967–P.L. 90–148 (November 21, 1967), the Clean Air Amendments of 1970—P.L. 91-604 December 31, 1970), the Comprehensive Health Manpower Training Act of 1971-P.L. 92–157 (November 18, 1971), the Energy Supply and Environmental Coordination Act of 1974– P.L. 93-319 (June 22, 1974), Clean Air Act Amendments of 1977—P.L. 95-95 (August 7, 1977), and Safe Drinking Water Act of 1977-P.L. 95-190 (November 16, 1977).

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