James J. King


 

THE ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATORY DICTIONARY
4th Edition


 

     

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The Environmental Regulatory Dictionary

 

 

 

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The answers you need—right at your fingertips… Anyone involved in researching environmental regulations in 40 CFR knows that the only definition that matters for any environmental term is the U.S. EPA definition. Unfortunately, EPA definitions can change from one regulatory area to another, and it can be difficult to determine which section of the regulations a particular definition applies to. The Environmental Regulatory Dictionary eliminates the confusion and tedium of poring through the Code of Federal Regulations looking for the proper section or definition.

The Environmental Regulatory Dictionary is a terrific time-saver and "headache remedy" for anyone whose work involves environmental terms and acronyms. It reduces mistakes and confusion and speeds up the process of finding the specific section of the regulation that applies to a particular situation.

 

 

The 4th Edition updates this successful reference and allows users easier access to the 40 CFR definitions and terms in order to comply with U.S. government environmental regulations. Each of the definitions provides the exact wording found in the CFR and includes every definition for a given term, a feature that allows environmental compliance personnel to fully understand the regulations and "definitional inconsistencies" amongst the rules. In addition, every definition is cross-referenced to the section of the Code where the term is found. This not only saves users from searching through the Code to find the section that applies to their particular topic, but also enables readers to use the Dictionary as a guide to finding topics in the CFR.


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