CE Interview: John HernandezSerial Information: Civil Engineering—ASCE, 1982, Vol. 52, Issue 9, Pg. 43-48
Document Type: Feature article
Since the Reagan administration took over the Environmental Protection Agency in 1981, there have been few decisions that have not stirred controversy. In this interview, Deputy Administrator John Hernandez, a Reagan appointee and second-in-command under Anne Gorsuch, discusses the regulatory changes he has helped make at EPA. Topics include: the reform of the Construction Grants program; the nation's progress toward meeting its clean water goals; water quality standards and public health; and the Administration's proposed legislative changes to the Clean Water Act.
Subject Headings: Public health and safety | Water quality | Clean Water Act | Environmental Protection Agency | Building codes
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