The National Shipbuilding Research Program, 1992 Ship Production Symposium Proceedings, Paper No. 2A-1: Environmental Pollution Control - Regulatory Considerations and a Case in Point
ROSS-MCNATT ARCHITECTS HOUSTON TX
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During recent years, the United States has paid increasing attention to controlling and minimizing environmental pollution. One result of this attention is the development of new laws and regulations, enforced by the Environmental Protection Agency EPA and by state and local agencies. These new environmental laws and regulations are considerably more stringent than those of past years and they directly impact how shipyards must conduct their operations. This paper discusses these laws and regulations at the national, state including California, Virginia and Connecticut, and local levels.
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