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Residents fight to control a toxic dump

December 26, 1983

Grassroots groups, not government regulators, are reacting to problems at the Envirosafe toxic waste landfill in Idaho, a facility once considered the safest in the West.

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Residents fight to control a toxic dump
Grassroots groups, not government regulators, are reacting to problems at the Envirosafe toxic waste landfill in Idaho, a facility once considered the safest in the West.

Perspective

The EPA now trades lives for jobs
EPA head William Ruckelshaus has repeatedly sounded the theme that the agency needs more flexibility to carry out its mission.

News

Watt's coal commission pushes for leasing
The Linowes Commission, born of Congressional dissatisfaction with Secretary James Watt's approach to coal leasing, is pushing for changes in laws and procedures that will allow the federal government to make leasing more attractive.
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