Tenth Circuit Upholds the EPA's Right to Overfile under RCRA

May, Margaret
November 2003
Ecology Law Quarterly;2003, Vol. 30 Issue 3, p777
Academic Journal
Examines the appeals court's decision on the case, United States v. Power Engineering Co., regarding the right of the Environmental Protection Agency to overfile under the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act. Purpose of overfiling; Facts of the case; Overview of the decision.


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