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Apperldix C Additional Documents Reviewed by the Committee The following list contains articles and documents that, in addition to those cited in the report, were reviewed by committee members during the course of the study. AGHTM Congres de Strasbourg (1980) L' application de la Loi de 1975 en ce qui Concerne les Residus Industrials. Oct. 8, 1980. Alternative Technology and Policy Development Section, Hazardous Waste Management Branch (1983) Staff Report on Recycling and/or Treatment Capacity for Hazardous Waste Containing Dissolved Metals or Strong Acids. Sacramento, Calif.: Department of Health Services. Oct. 1983. 50 pp. Baram, M.S. (1982) Alternatives to Regulation. Lexington, Mass.: Lexington Books. Bulanowski, G.A., G.H. Lazarus, L. Morandi, and J.H. Steeler (1981) A Survey and Analysis of State Policy Options to Encourage Alternatives to Land Disposal of Hazardous Wastes. Denver, Colo.: National Conference of State Legislatures. July 1981. Campbell, M. (1981) Making Industrial Waste Reduction and Recycling a Viable Alternative to Land Disposal. Toronto, Ont.: Pollution Probe Foundation. Committee on the Challenges of Modern Society, North Atlantic Treaty Organization (1977) Disposal of Hazardous Wastes. Report 63. June 1977 e Daniels, S.L., J.M. Kuszaj, and J.B. Martin (1982) Hazardous material and waste management perspectives of a large integrated chemical manufacturing complex. Environmental Progress 1(4):236-241. 67

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68 Daniels, S.L., J.M. Kuszaj, and J.B. Martin (1982) Technical and legal implications of the regulatory definition of hazardous waste. Environmental Progress 1(4):231-235. EG and G Idaho, Inc. (1982) Methods to Decrease Low-Level Waste Generation. Low-Level Radioactive Waste Management Handbook Series DOE/LLW-13Tb. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department oF Energy. Dec. 1982. Environmental Law Institute (1977) A Review of Economic Incentives Programs for Environmental Protection. Prepared for the Interagency Task Force on Workplace Safety and Health. Contract No. B-9-M-8-2854. Washington, D.C. Finkel, A. (1983) Economic and Regulatory Incentives for Hazardous Waste Reduction in Massachusetts. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University. May 26, 1983. Franklin Associates, Ltd. (1982) Industrial Resource Recovery Practices: Textile Mill Products Industries (SIC 22). Draft Final Report. Contract No. 68-01-6000. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. June 1982. Franklin Associates, Ltd. (1982) Industrial Resource Recovery Practices: Petroleum Refineries and Related Industries (SIC 29). Draft Final Report. Washington, O.C.: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Solid Waste. June 15, 1982. Franklin Associates, Ltd. (1982) Industrial Resource Recovery Practices: Mining Industries (SIC DiViS ion B). Final Report. Contract No. 68-01-6000. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Solid Waste. Dec. 1982. Franklin Associates, Ltd. (1983) Industrial Resource Recovery Practices: Metals Smelting and Refining (SIC 33). Final Report. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Solid Waste. Jane 1984. Fred C. Hart Associates (1982) A Study of State Fee Systems for Hazardous Waste Management Programs. U.S. EPA Report SW-956, Washington, D.C. July 1982. 62 pp. plus appendixes. Ghassemi, M., S. Quinlivan, and M. Powers (1980) Small-volume hazardous waste generators. Environmental Science and Technology 14(7):786-790. Governor's Task Force on Hazardous Waste Initiatives (1983) Interim Report. Annapolis, Md.: Department of Health and Mental Hygiene. Dec. 15, 1983.

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69 Governor's Waste Management Board (1983) Achievements in Waste Management 1982. Raleigh: State of North Carolina. Hazardous Waste Dialogue Group, The Conservation Foundation (1983) Siting Hazardous Waste Management Facilities: A Handbook. Washington, D.C. 71 pp. Hazardous Waste Management Branch (1983) A Report to the 1983 Legislature on Recycling of Hazardous Waste in California. Sacramento, Calif.: Department of Health . Services. Huissoud, R. (date unknown) Statutory and Financial Provisions for the Establishment of Manufacturing Methods Free of Waste Products. Paris: Conseil National du Patronet Francais. Hunt, G., W.M. Sloan, and R.W. Walters (1983) Approach to Technical Assistance for Industrial and Hazardous Waste Generators. Annapolis, Md.: Hazardous Waste Facilities Siting Board, Sept. 28, 1983. 11 pp. plus supplements. JRB Associates (1982) Industrial Resource Recovery Practices: Leather and Leather Products (SIC 31). Washington, D.C.: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response. Feb. 1982. JRB Associates (1982) Industrial Resource Recovery Practices: Fabricated Metals Production (SIC 34), Machinery Manufacturing/ Non-Electrical (SIC 35), Manufacturing of Electrical Machinery (SIC 36). Contract No. 68-01-6000. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Solid Waste. Nov. 1982. JRB Associates, Inc. (1980) Checklist Papers of Alternatives and Supplements to Direct Regulation for Environmental Protection. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Contract No. 68-01-4991. McLean, Va. July 7, 1980. Landsberg, H.H., chairman (1979) Energy: The Next Twenty Years. Cambridge, Mass.: Ballinger. 628 pp. Lehman, J.P. (1983) Hazardous waste definition and recommended procedures. Pp. 45-68 in Hazardous Waste Disposal, Proceedings of the NATO/CCMS Symposium on Hazardous Waste Disposal, Washington, D.C., Oct. 1981, J.P. Lehman, ed. New York: Plenum. Lewis, S.G. (1979) Energy and resource recovery from solid waste: Institutional and economic issues. Presented at the Workshop on Energy and Resource Recovery from Solid Waste, Lanham, Md., Sept. 24-26,

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70 1979. Office of Public Sector Programs, American Association for the Advancement of Science, Washington, D.C. Ling, J.T. (1982) Low- or Non-Pollution Technology Through Pollution Prevention. Environmental Engineering and Pollution Control, Office of Industry and the Environment, United Nations Environment Programme and 3-M Corp. Marcus, S.J. (1983) Conservation in industry. The New York Times, Sept. 30, 1983. Marcus, S.J. (1983) New ways at hand for toxic disposals The New York Times, Aug. 9, 1983: C1, C3. Marcus, S.J. (1984) The recycling of chemical waste. The New York Times, Jan. 8, 1984. Maryland Hazardous Waste Facilities Siting Board (1983) Research on Hazardous Waste Management in Maryland: An Exploration of Content, Approach, and Applicability. Proceedings of a Symposium, Oct. 5-7, 1983. Annapolis, Md. 39 pp. Mayhew, J.J. (1983) Effect of RCRA on the Chemical Industry. Pp. 7-12 in Environment and Solid Wastes: Characterization, Treatment and Disposal. Proceedings of the Fourth Life Sciences Symposium, Gatlinburg, Tenn., Oct. 1981, C.W. Francis and S.I. Auerbach, eds. Woburn, Mass.: Butterworth. Minnesota Waste Management Board (1983) Hazardous Waste Management Report. Crystal, Minn. Dec. 1983. Minnesota Waste Management Board (1984) Revised Draft Hazardous Waste Management Plan. Crystal, Minn. Feb. 1984. National Conference on State Legislatures (1982) Hazardous Waste Management: A Survey of State Legislation 1982. Denver, Colo. Nov. 1982. National Research Council (1979) Protection Against Depletion of Stratospheric Ozone by Chlorofluorocarbons. Assembly of Mathematical and Physical Sciences and Commission on Sociotechnical Systems. Washington, D.C.: National Academy of Sciences. New York Environmental Facilities Corp. (1982) Industrial Materials Recycling Act Annual Report. Albany, N.Y. July 1982. Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, Waste Management Policy Group (1982) Report to the Environment Committee. Paris: March 18, 1982. 12 pp. plus appendixes.

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71 Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (1981) Economic Instruments in Solid Waste Management. Paris. 193 pp. Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (1983) Hazardous Waste Legislation in OECD Countries. Paris. Petulla, J.M. (1983) Environmental management: RCRA and recycling. Environment 25(9):2-5. Pojasek, R.B. (1982) Overview of treatment technologies for hazardous waste. Paper presented at the American Institute of Chemical Engineers National Meeting, Cleveland, Ohio. Sept. 1, 1982. Putnam, Hays and Bartlett, Inc. (1983) Briefing on the Smokestack Study: Phase II. Prepared for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. June 20, 1983. Resource Conservation Committee (1979) Choices for Conservation, Final Report to the President and the Congress. Report No. SW-779. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Solid Waste. Rubinger, B. (1983) Industrial innovation: Implementing the policy agenda. Sloan Management Review (Spring 1983):43-57. Russell, C.S. (1973) Residuals Management in Industry. Baltimore, Md.: Johns Hopkins University Press. 193 PPe Shabecoff, P. (1983) Hazardous waste exceeds estimates. The New York Times, Aug. 31, 1983: Al, Ale. Staudt, T.A., D.A. Taylor, and D.J. Bowersox (1976) A Managerial Introduction to Marketing. Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice-Hall. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Policy Planning and Evaluation (1983) The Need for EPA Funding of Pollution Control Technology Research and Development. Sept. 15, 1983. 15 pp. U.S. General Accounting Office (1980) Federal Industrial Targets and Procurement Guidelines Programs Are Not Encouraging Recycling and Have Contract Problems Report EMD-81-7. Washington, D.C. Dec. 5, 1980. United Nations Economic and Social Council (1983) Economic Disincentives as a Policy Measure for . Promoting Low and Non-Waste Technology and Reutilization and Recycling of Wastes. Aug. 12, 1983. United Nations Environment Programme (1983) Industrial Hazardous Waste Management. Special Issue No. 4. Paris: Industry and Environment Office and the International Register of Potentially Toxic Chemicals. 79 pp.

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72 Vasquez, J.A., Jr. (1983) Regulatory costs and technological Innovation: The federal experience with the automobile industry. Pp. 119-201 in Workshop on Effects of Environmental Regulation on Industrial Compliance Costs and Technological Innovation: Summary and Papers. PRA Report 83-10. Washington, D.C.: National Science Foundation. April 1983. Vernon, R. (1966) International investment and international trade in the product cycle. Quarterly Journal of Economics (1966):190-207. Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, Bureau of Solid Waste Management (1983) Alternatives to Hazardous Waste Land Disposal. Madison, Wisc. July 1983. 61 pp. plus appendixes. Zonghua, Wei (undated) Comprehensive utilization and environmental protection in the iron and steel industry of China. In Industry and the Environment, United Nations Environment Programme 5(4).