University of Baltimore Law Review


In recent years, regulation concerning the generation, transportation, and disposal of hazardous and nonhazardous solid waste has proliferated. Local, state and federal governments all have exerted varying degrees of control over this activity. This comment examines the framework of governmental interaction with regard to certain aspects of nonhazardous solid and hazardous waste management. Some major legislative schemes are also examined to determine their impact on persons or businesses that may come within the ambit of statutory civil liability and/or criminal sanctions.

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