Institutional Arrangements for Watershed Management

The Regulation of the Private Provision of Water-Related Services in Latin America

The Impacts of Trade Agreements on State and Provincial Laws

Practice Periodical of Hazardous, Toxic, and Radioactive Waste Management
The Practice Periodical of Hazardous, Toxic, and Radioactive Waste Management publishes articles relating to the allied engineering and scientific disciplines involved in the environmental aspects of the...

A User's Guide to Federal Architect
Engineer Contracts
The User's Guide to Architect-Engineer Contracts explores the process of selecting architect-engineer firms to perform design...

Critical Issues in the Monitoring and Control of Toxic Air Contaminants at POTWs
Todays challenge at Publicly Owned Treatment Works (POTWs) is to assess and reduce the environmental risk posed by toxic air contaminants (TACs). This paper attempts to identify the critical...

Secondary Containment Design Practices
Over the past several decades the design approach to containment of spills has not been consistent resulting in release of hazardous substances into the environment. The increased discovery...

Oil Spills: Prevention, Prediction, and Preparation
This paper summarizes some of the state and federal rules, assessment techniques, and response procedures being used by marine terminals along coastal California to prevent, predict, and...

Liability of Engineers When Wetlands Laws Change
Engineers who perform wetlands delineations or design facilities in wetlands areas are increasingly sued in court when wetlands laws or regulations change. Owners and developers whose...

Establishing the Relative Process Risks for Chlorination and Ozonation - A Case Study Illustrates the Need to Evaluate the Process Hazard Implications of a Change in Drinking Water Disinfection Process due to D/DBP Regulations
Many drinking water suppliers in this country may choose to modify their primary disinfection process to meet stricter water quality standards under the United States Environmental Protection...

Managing Great Lakes Water Levels: An International Partnership
During this century, the levels of two of the Great Lakes have been regulated; Lake Superior since 1921 and Lake Ontario since 1960. The regulation is directed by the International Joint...

Simulation of Interaction between Canal Regulation and Groundwater
l-D canal routing module has been developed to perform the operation of controlled structures for regulating flow in the canal network system and incorporated in the Three-Dimensional...

Management of Contaminated Groundwater Using Natural Attenuation
Many state and federal regulations governing remediation of contaminated groundwater give preference to the implementation of remedial alternatives which are capable of providing protection...

Site Selection and Evaluation of Geological Disposal of Radioactive Waste: Regulatory Aspects

NRC's Refocused Prelicensing High-Level Waste Regulatory Program

Use of Limited Information in a License Application to Construct a Repository

Final WIPP Compliance Criteria (40 CFR Part 194)

Review of the Performance Assessment in the WIPP Draft Compliance Application

Screening, Combining and Tracking Features, Events and Processes in WIPP Performance Assessments

Critical Groups for Geological Disposal Performance Assessments

 

 

 

 

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