Hazardous Waste Site Management addresses current methods used in the regulatory process with respect to water quality cleanup levels. Information and perspectives on the adequacy of these methods are provided by representatives from water utilities, industry, and environmental groups. Setting environmental standards, establishing and meeting ground-water protection goals, and specific approaches to setting goals are also fully examined.
Table of Contents
|1. SETTING ENVIRONMENTAL STANDARDS FOR HAZARDOUS WASTE SITES: A BREAK FROM THE PAST OR A CONTINUUM?||13-21|
|2. ESTABLISHING AND MEETING GROUND WATER PROTECTION GOALS IN THE SUPERFUND PROGRAM||22-33|
|3. SOME APPROACHES TO SETTING CLEANUP GOALS AT HAZARDOUS WASTE SITES||34-66|
|4. THE CALIFORNIA SITE MITIGATION DECISION TREE PROCESS: SOLVING THE “HOW CLEAN SHOULD CLEAN BE?” DILEMMA||67-97|
|5. HOW CLEAN IS CLEAN? THE NEED FOR ACTION||98-109|
|6. HOW CLEAN IS CLEAN? AN ENVIRONMENTALIST PERSPECTIVE||110-119|
|7. GROUND WATER CONTAMINATION ISSUES IN SANTA CLARA COUNTY, CALIFORNIA: A PERSPECTIVE||120-138|
|8. USING MODELS TO SOLVE GROUND WATER QUALITY PROBLEMS||139-151|
|9. ESTIMATING HEALTH RISKS AT HAZARDOUS WASTE SITES: DECISIONS AND CHOICES DESPITE UNCERTAINTY||152-176|
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