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CFRs
Title YEAR
47      Telecommunication Parts 70 to 79 2011
47      Telecommunication Parts 70 to 79 2011
47      Telecommunication Parts 80 to End 2011
48      FAR Chapter 1 Parts 1 to 51 2011
48      FAR Chapters 29 to End 2011
49      Transportation Parts 1 to 99 2011
50      Wildlife and Fisheries Parts 1 to 16 2010
50      Wildlife and Fisheries Parts 200 to 599 2010

Government Documents

DOE/EE-0603 (2012). Fuel economy guide: model year 2012. United States 
Department of Energy Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy and 
United States Environmental Protection Agency. 2 copies [both copies, 
please]

EPA 520-R-94-004 (1994). RCRA corrective action plan: final. Washington, 
DC, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Solid Waste and 
Emergency Response.

EPA 600/R-07-07/008 (2006). "In-Situ Regeneration of Granular Activated 
Carbon (GAC) Using Fenton's Reagents." De Las Casas, C. (EPA ORD)

EPA 625-R-99-002 National Conference on Retrofit Opportunities for Water 
Resource Protection in Urban, E., T. National Risk Management Research 
Laboratory . Technology, et al. National Conference on Retrofit 
Opportunities for Water Resource Protection in Urban Environments, 
Washington, DC, Office of Research and Development.

EPA 600/K-93/004 (1993). Seminar on regional considerations for dense 
nonaqueous phase liquids at hazardous waste sites: implementation and 
enforcement issues, presentation slide hardcopy. Washington, DC, U.S. 
Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Emergency and Remedial 
Response.

EPA 600/K-93/003 (1993). Seminar on Characterizing and Remediating Dense 
Nonaqueous Phase Liquids at Hazardous Sites presentation outlines and 
slide copy. Cincinnati, OH, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office 
of Research and Development.

EPA 540/2-90/002 (1990). Handbook on in situ treatment of hazardous 
waste-contaminated soils. Cincinnati, OH, Risk Reduction Engineering 
Laboratory, Office of Research and Development, U.S. Environmental 
Protection Agency.

EPA 540-R-92-026 (1992). Hazard ranking system guidance manual. 
Washington, DC, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.

EPA/530-SW-89-027 (1989). Trial burn observation guide: final report. 
Washington, DC, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Office of Solid 
Waste.

EPA/540/8-91/091 (1992). Technical support services for Superfund site 
remediation and RCRA corrective action. Washington, DC, United States 
Environmental Protection Agency Office of Solid Waste Emergency Response.

EPA/600/K-93/006 (1993). Technical assistance directory: revised. 
Cincinnati, OH, United States Environmental Protection Agency Office of 
Research Development.

EPA R2-73-147 (1973). Biological removal of colloidal matter from 
wastewater. Washington, DC, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.

EPA WQO-14-12-883 (1971). Recovery of floating oil rotating disk type 
skimmer. Washington, DC, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Water 
Quality Office.

EPA 600-73-002  (1973). Oxygen activated-sludge wastewater treatment 
systems; design criteria and operating experience. Washington, DC, U.S. 
Environmental Protection Agency.

EPA-600/9-90-041  (1990). Bioremediation of hazardous wastes. Ada, OK, 
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.

EPA/625/7-90/007 (1990). Guides to pollution prevention: the printed 
circuit board manufacturing industry. Cincinnati, OH, Risk Reduction 
Engineering Laboratory, and Center for Environmental Research Information, 
Office of Research and Development, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.

EPA/625/7-90/009 (1990). Guides to pollution prevention: selected hospital 
waste streams. Cincinnati, OH, Risk Reduction Engineering Laboratory, 
Center for Environmental Research Information, Office of Research and 
Development, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.

EPA/625/7-90/004 (1990). Guides to pollution prevention: the pesticide 
formulating industry. Cincinnati, OH, Risk Reduction Engineering 
Laboratory and Center for Environmental Research Information, Office of 
Research and Development, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
 
EPA/625/7-90/011 (1990). Approaches for remediation of uncontrolled wood 
preserving sites. Cincinnati, OH, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.

EPA/540/G-91/003; OSWER Directive: 9360.7-01 (1991). Reporting 
requirements for continuous releases of hazardous substances: a guide for 
facilities and vessels on compliance. Washington, DC, Office of Emergency 
and Remedial Response, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.

EPA/540/2-88/005 (1988). Field Screening Methods Catalog: user's guide. 
Washington, DC, United States Environmental Protection Agency Hazardous 
Site Evaluation Division. 

SW-65ts EPA 530-R-72-001 (1972). Sanitary landfill design and operation. 
Washington, DC, United States Environmental Protection Agency. 

EPA/600/R-06/072 Huling, S. G., B. E. Pivetz, et al. (2006). In-situ 
chemical oxidation. Cincinnati, OH, United States Environmental Protection 
Agency National Risk Management Research Laboratory.

OSWER 9934.0-1A (1991). Land disposal restrictions: summary of 
requirements. Washington, DC, United States Environmental Protection 
Agency Office of Solid Waste Emergency Response. 

United States Nuclear Regulatory Commission, United States Environmental 
Protection Agency, et al. (1999). Multi-agency radiation survey and site 
investigation manual (MARSSIM). Washington, DC. [loose leaf notebook may 
not be complete]

United States Environmental Protection Agency RCRA Enforcement Division 
(1996). [DRAFT] Estimating Costs for the Economic Benefits of RCRA 
Noncompliance. Washington, DC, United States Environmental Protection 
Agency RCRA Enforcement Division.

United States Environmental Protection Agency Enforcement Compliance 
Assurance (2000). Case conclusion data sheet: training booklet. 
Washington, DC, United States Environmental Protection Agency Enforcement 
Compliance Assurance.

EPA530-R-94-024 Diamond, B. M. and United States Environmental Protection 
Agency Office of Solid Waste Emergency Response (1994). Waste analysis at 
facilities that generate, treat, store, and dispose of hazardous wastes: a 
guidance manual. Washington, DC, United States Environmental Protection 
Agency Office of Solid Waste Emergency Response.

NOAA NMFS 12 (2011). A guide to the deep-water sponges of the Aleutian 
Island archipelago. Seattle, WA, U.S. Dept. of Commerce, National Oceanic 
and Atmospheric Administration

ORD 17050DAL05/70 (1970). Granular carbon treatment of raw sewage. 
Cincinnati, OH, Advanced Waste Treatment Research Laboratory.
 
Barcelona, M. J., J. P. Gibb, et al. (1983). A guide to the selection of 
materials for monitoring well construction and ground-water sampling. 
Champaign, Ill., Illinois State Water Survey. [available online]

EPA/600/R-92-143 Eckert, E. G., J. W. Maresca, et al. (1992). Acoustic 
location of leaks in pressurized underground petroleum pipelines. 
Cincinnati, OH, United States Environmental Protection Agency Office of 
Research Development Risk Reduction Engineering Laboratory.

OSWER 9938.9  (1991). Conducting RCRA inspections at mixed waste 
facilities. Washington, DC, United States Environmental Protection Agency 
Office of Waste Programs Enforcement.

OS -520 (1989). Land disposal restrictions summary of requirements. 
Washington, DC, United States Environmental Protection Agency Office of 
Solid Waste Emergency Response. 

Bayha, D. C. and B. Texas Water Pollution Control (1967). Occurrence and 
quality of ground water in Montague County, Texas. Austin, Texas Water 
Development Board. [available online]
 
Gabrysch, R. K., State of Texas Texas Department of Water Resources, et 
al. (1982). Ground-water withdrawals and changes in water levels in the 
Houston district, Texas, 1975-79. [available online]. Austin, TX, United 
States Geological Survey. 2 copies

Illinois State Geological Survey, R. M. Schuller, et al. (1981). Coal Fly 
Ash: a Review of the Literature and Proposed Classification System With 
Emphasis on Environmental Impacts.

Meyer, W. R., J. E. Carr, et al. (1979). A digital model for simulation of 
ground-water hydrology in the Houston area, Texas. Austin, TX, Texas. 
Dept. of Water, Resources. [available online]

W. B. Klemt (1979). Ground-water resources and model applications for the 
Edwards (Balcones Fault Zone) aquifer in the San Antonio region, Texas. 
Austin, TX, Texas Dept. of Water Resources. [available online]

State of Texas Department of Water Resources, et al. (1984). Records of 
wells, drillers' logs, water-level measurements, and chemical analyses of 
ground water in Harris and Galveston counties, Texas, 1975-79. Austin, TX, 
Texas Dept. of Water Resources. [available online]

Aller, L., J. E. Denne, et al. (1989). Handbook of suggested practices for 
the design and installation of ground-water monitoring wells. Dublin, OH, 
National Water Well Association. EPA/600/4-89/034

EPA 600/R-92/126 Symposium on Bioremediation of Hazardous Wastes 
Biosystems Technology Development Program Bioremediation of hazardous 
wastes, Ada, OK, United States Environmental Protection Agency.

EPA/540/R-94/019; OSWER-9280.0-03 (1994). Considering wetlands at CERCLA 
sites. Washington, DC, United States Environmental Protection Agency 
Office of Solid Waste Emergency Response and United States Environmental 
Protection Agency Office of Emergency Remedial Response.

EPA/625/6-90/016a (1990). Ground water Volume 1: Ground water and 
contamination. Cincinnati, OH, United States Environmental Protection 
Agency Office of Research Development Center for Environmental Research 
Information,.

EPA/625/6-90/016b (1991). Handbook ground water Volume II: Methodology. 
Cincinnati, OH, United States Environmental Protection Agency Center for 
Environmental Research Information Office of Research Development.

EPA/530-SW-90-057 (1990). Low level mixed waste: a RCRA perspective for 
NRC licensees. Washington, DC, United States Environmental Protection 
Agency Office of Solid Waste Emergency Response.

EPA-542-R-97-012 (1998). On-site incineration: overview of Superfund 
operating experience. Washington, DC, United States Environmental 
Protection Agency Office of Solid Waste Emergency Response.

EPA 906-R-97-002 (1997). Handbook for hazardous waste containers: best 
management practices. Dallas, TX, United States Environmental Protection 
Agency Region VI. [water damage back cover]

EPA/540/G-91/011; 9902.6 (1991). Guidance on RCRA corrective action 
decision documents : the Statement of Basis, final decision and Response 
to Comments. Washington, DC, United States Environmental Protection Agency 
Office of Waste Programs Enforcement.

OSWER 9902.3-2A; EPA520-R-94-004 (1994). RCRA corrective action plan: 
final. Washington, DC, United States Environmental Protection Agency 
Office of Solid Waste Emergency Response.

EPA 542-R-99-006 (1999). Groundwater cleanup: overview of operating 
experience at 28 sites. Washington, DC, United States Environmental 
Protection Agency Office of Solid Waste Emergency Response.

EPA 542-K-94-003 (1995). In Situ Remediation Technology Status Report: 
Surfactant enhancements. Washington, DC, United States Environmental 
Protection Agency Technology Innovation Office.

EPA542-K-94-004 (1995). In situ remediation technology status report: 
Treatment walls. Washington, DC, United States Environmental Protection 
Agency Technology Innovation Office.

EPA 542-B-94-006 (1995). Innovative site remediation technology, volume 1: 
bioremediation. Innovative site remediation technology, Volume 1. 
Washington, DC; Annapolis, MD, United States Environmental Protection 
Agency Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response; American Academy of 
Environmental Engineers.

EPA 542-B-94-004 (1994). Innovative site remediation technology, volume 2: 
chemical treatment. Washington, DC; Annapolis, MD, United States 
Environmental Protection Agency Office of Solid Waste and Emergency 
Response; American Academy of Environmental Engineers.

EPA 542-B-94-001 (1994). Innovative site remediation technology, volume 4: 
solidification/stabilization. Innovative site remediation technology, 
Volume 4. Washington, DC; Annapolis, MD, United States Environmental 
Protection Agency Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response; American 
Academy of Environmental Engineers.

EPA 542-B-94-005 (1995). Innovative site remediation technology, volume 5: 
solvent/chemical extraction. Innovative site remediation technology, 
Volume 5. Washington, DC; Annapolis, MD, United States Environmental 
Protection Agency Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response; American 
Academy of Environmental Engineers.

EPA 542-B-94-004 (1993). Innovative site remediation technology, volume 3: 
soil washing/soil flushing. Innovative site remediation technology, Volume 
3. Washington, DC; Annapolis, MD, United States Environmental Protection 
Agency Office of Solid Waste and Emergency 

EPA 542-B-94-003 (1994). Innovative site remediation technology, volume 7: 
thermal destruction. Innovative site remediation technology, Volume 7. 
Washington, DC; Annapolis, MD, United States Environmental Protection 
Agency Office of Solid Waste and Emergency 

EPA 542-B-94-002 (1995). Innovative site remediation technology, volume 8: 
vacuum vapor extraction. Innovative site remediation technology, Volume 8. 
Washington, DC; Annapolis, MD, United States Environmental Protection 
Agency Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response; American Academy of 
Environmental Engineers.

Monographs

Findley, R. W. and D. A. Farber (1981). Environmental law: cases and 
materials. St. Paul, MN, West Pub. Co.

Findley, R. W. and D. A. Farber (1985). Environmental law: cases and 
materials. St. Paul, MN, West Pub. Co.

Mercer, J. W. and C. R. Faust (1981). Ground-water modeling. Worthington, 
OH, National Water Well Association.

Schoenbaum, T. J. (1982). Environmental policy law: cases, readings, and 
text. Mineola, NY, Foundation Press.

Schoenbaum, T. J. and R. H. Rosenberg (1985). Environmental policy law: 
cases, readings, and text. Mineola, NY, Foundation Press.

Walton, W. C. and National Water Well Association (1989). Numerical 
groundwater modeling: flow and contaminant migration. Chelsea, MI, Lewis 
Publishers; National Water Well Association. Missing computer disc. 
Includes bibliographical references (p. 265-268) and index.

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