If an EPA plan won’t get a site clean enough, can landowners try?

You’ve heard of the “Superfund” environmental cleanup law. It’s called the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability Act, or CERCLA, and it allows the EPA to designate locations as hazardous waste sites that are uncontrolled or abandoned, set up plans to clean them up, and seek out the responsible parties for help with the cleanup. Continue reading

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