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The Environmental Regulatory Dictionary, 4th Edition

ISBN: 978-0-471-70526-0
507 pages
January 2005
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Navigate your way through 40 CFR with this time-saving resource
The fourth edition of this popular reference provides definitions for more than 5,000 terms of the Environmental Protection Agency's Code of Federal Regulations Title 40 (40 CFR) to help readers better understand and follow these complex compliance regulations. Presented in alphabetical order for easy access, each term is defined using the exact wording found in 40 CFR, and every definition for a given term is included to ensure thoroughness.
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Table of Contents



Guide to Usage.

Definitions from the Code of Federal Regulations, Title 40, Protection of Environment (40 CFR).

Appendix: Outline of 40 CFR.

About the Author.

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Author Information

James J. King has nearly 30 years of experience in quality, environmental, and health and safety management systems consulting.
Jim has refined his management and leadership techniques while being a full time consultant for nearly thirty years. He has assumed the leadership roles in development programs for quality environmental cost accounting systems, training and auditing both domestically and internationally for a wide variety of industries.
Jim is also a Lead Auditor to ISO 9001:2000, Quality Management System, ISO 14001:1996, Environmental Management System and several Health and Safety management systems.
His experience not only includes corporate management experience, but he has also held leadership positions in startup, and merger operations.
Jim lives in Morgan County, Tennessee and can be reached through his website: www.Jim King.Biz.
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"…of special interest to attorneys, consultants, compliance officers, and any person who must tackle the details of environmental regulations in American." (American Reference Books Annual, 2006)

"…the newest update of this useful reference work." (E-STREAMS, May 2005)

"...fills the need for a non-computer, reasonably prices, quick reference guide to the terminology and definitions of U.S. environmental regulations." (Quality Progress, June 2005)

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