£EPA
            United States
            Environmental Protection
            Agency
            Office of
            Public Affairs
            Assistant Administrator for
            External Affairs
                                     October 1983
Environmental
Protection Agency
Headquarters
Videotape Catalog

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Environmental Protection Agency
           Headquarters
        Videotape Catalog
            October 1983
          Office of Public Affaire
    Assistant Administrator for External Affaire

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                         ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
     Several persons contributed significantly in the development
of this 1983 EPA Audiovisual Videotape  Catalog.   Deta Davis viewed
all of  the  video  tapes  and  prepared  the  abstracts;  Dan Beavin
performed several  edit  passes  of   all  of  the  abstracts;  Mary
Patterson performed data entry of the abstracts into the computer,
generated the  indexes  and edited the  final  copy;  Darlene Booth
assisted with  the data  entry;  and  John  Knight developed  the
computer software used in this project and generated camera-ready
copy.   Thanks to all of  these persons  and  others who assisted in
the development of this catalog.

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                      TABLE OF CONTENTS








Introduction 	  iv




How to Use the Catalog	   v




Abstracts Section  	   1



Title index	,	255




Author Index 	 283




Subject Index	361




Key-Word-In-Context (KWIC) Index 	 409








     Figure 1 — Sample Abstract	  .   x
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                            INTRODUCTION










 The Audiovisual  Branch at the U.  S.  Environmental  Protection



 Agency maintains a library of videotapes  for showing  to  various



 audiences,  ranging from EPA employees  to  interested groups  and



 the general public.








 The information  offered in the tapes covers  a wide variety  of



 topics  in all EPA program areas.   In fact  the tapes deal with



 almost  all  the areas  of environmental  concern that touch upon the



 mission of  EPA in protecting our  land,  air and water.








 Most of the tapes are  technical in content whether they address



 law, science, economics  or the other areas of concern at EPA.



 Others  are  broad  in scope and  are of interest and use for anyone.



 In  any  case, if  they  are of  interest to any  citizen or group, we



 will be happy to  make  them available.   There  is a section in this



 catalog on  how to use  the catalog and  how  to  obtain and use the




 various tapes.








 It  is the desire  and policy  of EPA that there be open channels of




 communication and  information so that Americans may have the



 facts needed to support  our  collective  actions to protect and



enhance the environment.
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                      HOW TO USE THE CATALOG
     The 1983 EPA Audiovisual Videotape  Catalog contains citations
for videotapes  produced  through February  1983.  The  Catalog in-
cludes an  Abstracts  Section  and the following  indexes:   Title,
Principal Participant,  Sponsoring  Office  and/or  Agency,  Subject
and Key-Word-In-Context  (KWIC).

     The Abstracts Section contains the  complete citation for each
item in the collection, arranged numerically by tape identification
number.  Principal participant, sponsoring office and/or agency is
printed first.  Directly underneath, indented, appears the title.
The next line,  indented still  further,  is the tape  length  (in
minutes), format (B&W = black and white, C = color cassette) , and
date.  Subject headings, left justified, appear next.  An abstract
of the content of the item, left justified, follows.  When a note
is present, it follows the  last line  of  the abstract.  (See figure
1.)

     The Title Index  lists  each  title  in   alphabetical  order.
To the  left  of  the  title  appears  the   identification  number.

     The Principal Participant, Sponsoring Office and/or Agency
Index lists each PP/SOA  in  alphabetical order.   Indented beneath
each name,  in  identification number order,  appears the title(s)
of tapes associated with the name, followed by the identification
number.

     The Subject Index   lists,   in  alphabetical  order,  subject
headings assigned to  the tapes.  Indented beneath  each subject,
in identification number order,  appear the  title(s)  associated
with it, followed by the identification number.

     The Key-Word-In-Context (KWIC) Index  lists,  alphabetically,
keywords in each title,  followed  by  the identification  number of
the title in which the keyword appears.

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                     REQUESTS FOR VIDEOTAPES


 Procedure for Obtaining videotapes/A-V materials.

 Send us the following:

      1. Name and  telephone number (with area  code)  of  the  person

         reguesting  the  videotape

      2. Name,  complete  address  (incl.  as needed, organizational

         name,  office  number,  street  address,  city,  state,  zip

         code,  etc.)  of  the place to  which the tape  is  to be  sent.

      3.  Catalog number  of  the tape  (6  digit number  next to the

         title)

      4.  Title  of  the  tape

      5.  Date of the  tape

      6.  A BLANK tape  (we will copy onto that  tape and  return

         the  show  to you, on it).

      7.  Deadline/date when you  need  the tape

Send  that  to:

               U. S. Environmental Protection  Agency
               Television  Section (A-107)
               401 M Street,  SW
               Washington,  DC  20460

Not all  of the tapes in the catalog  can be  mailed or otherwise

be sent  outside EPA/HO.  Some were purchased commercially  under

the restriction that they  would  not  be  copied, duplicated  or

released outside EPA control.   In such  cases,  they may be  viewed

at EPA Headquarters in Washington.  Other tapes are similarly

restricted due to copyright laws or government regulations, and

also may be viewed at EPA  Headquarters.  Because those copyrights


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and restrictions can change over a period of time, and because



certain exceptions are permitted, we have not attempted in this



catalog to list all of that information.  If there are any



special restrictions on a tape that you have requested, we will



contact you when we receive your request.








Also note:  We can accomodate only 3/4" videotape format;



(no 1/2" or other tapes or film-to-tape transfers).
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        Tape ID No.
is.
Length,  format
  and date
                             Participant/Sponsoring Office and/or Agency
Audio Visual Support  Branch;
  On the Road with  EPA
    7 min: 3/<*  C: Kov 1977
 udio Visual Support  Branch
ABSTRACT '•  The  mobility of the Audio Visual Support  Branch
is demonstrated.  Field trips are facilitated by  a very
mobile camera called  the "mini-camera".  Slides and  fi.lr.
are easily integrated into final tapes.  Using the
mini-camera, the  Audio  Visual Support Branch produces  and
graphically illustrates a broad spectrum of environmental
situations including  events,  violations, compliances,
conferences, presentations, opinions, speakers, workshops,
and seminars.
NOTES:   Mixed audio.
                                        Figure 1.  Sample Abstract

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Leff Arnold M;
University of Cincinnati;
Environmental Research Center Cincinnati;
  Pollution Induced Cancer in Cincinnati the Health
  Officers Dilemma
    HO min: 3/4 C: Feb 11, 1977
Cancer: Air pollution effects humans: Mater pollution
effects humans
ABSTRACT:  A high cancer death rate in the
Cincinnati-Hamilton County area has created a dilemma with
local health officials.  Dr. Arnold M. Leff, Health
Commissioner of the city of Cincinnati, addresses the
problem of environmentally induced cancer at a seminar
presented jointly with the University of Cincinnati on
February 11, 1977.  Contributing to Cincinnati's
environmental problems are air pollution from automobile
exhaust, industrial air pollution, natural conditions of
thermal inversions in the summer, and organic matter in the
drinking water.  The officials need to determine what
chemicals are present and which are hazardous.  Help is
needed since the city does not have the staffing or funds
necessary for studies of the situation or monitoring of the
environment.  Dr. Leff answers questions about adequate use
of statistics, reasons for the high cancer death rates, and
the safety of Cincinnati's drinking water.

Trakowski Albert C;
Office of Research and Development;
  Controls on Research and Development
    8 min: 3/4 C: Jan 1974
National Aeronautics and Space Administration
ABSTRACT:  Al Trakowski, Assistant Administrator, Research
and Development, addresses the possibility of establishing
joint programs between EPA and other federal agencies to
solve technical problems of environmental monitoring
programs.  The ability to measure the environment still
needs research and development, as does the establishment
of environmental baselines.  Since the talents required to
define problems, specify data requirements, perform systems
design, and develop monitoring and data management
techniques are in other agencies such as NASA, a workable
plan of interagency cooperation would be desirable.  Such
cooperation would provide an economy of action and promote
understanding between agencies.

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000003              Donaldson Bill;
                    Office of Air Land and Water Use;
                    Environmental Research Laboratory Athens;
                      Trace Organics in Water Part 1 Identification and
                      Measurement
                        34 min: 3/4 C: Dec 1976
                    Organic compounds:  Dissolved organic matter* Mater
                    pollution detection
                    ABSTRACT:  Bill donaldson, Chief of the Analytical
                    Chemistry Branch at the Environmental Research Laboratory
                    in Athens, Georgia, covers three aspects of identification
                    and measurement trace organic compounds in water at a
                    State-of-the-Art Research Series presented by the Office of
                    Air, Land and Water Use, Office of Research and
                    Development.  These aspects are* (1) development and
                    identification of measurement techniques, (2) selection of
                    candidate techniques for inclusion in standardized methods
                    and the process of standardization of these methods, (3)
                    design of monitoring systems.  The concentration levels of
                    organic compounds significant enough to cause a hazard to
                    human health must be identified.  The steps that have been
                    developed for identification are: extraction from a sample
                    of water, concentration by evaporation, injection into a
                    gas chromatograph and mass spectrometer, and
                    computer-assisted identification.  Since these processes
                    isolate only 26 percent of the compounds found in water,
                    other techniques must be developed.  Toxicologists,
                    epidemiologists, and analytical chemists are urged to work
                    together touard a common goal.

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Ballinger Duight;
Office of Air Land and Water Use;
Environmental Monitoring Systems Laboratory Cincinnati;
  Trace Organics in Mater Part 2 Standardized Methods
    34 min: 3/4 C: Dec 1976
Organic compounds:  Dissolved organic matter1 Water
pollution detection
ABSTRACT:  In the second tape in the State-of-the-Art
Research Series on Trace Organics in Water, Duight
Ballinger, Director of the Environmental Monitoring System
Laboratory in Cincinnati, discusses methods standardization
of organic wastes detection, steps followed to establish
techniques, status of the procedures, and an inventory of
problems involved.  Unif-ormity of data and methodologies is
essential to compare changes in water quality within a
single monitoring station, as well as among any number of
stations.  The processes for developing a monitoring
standardization are to (1) conduct literature searches, (2)
develop a measurement method, (3) develop standard
reference materials, and (4) conduct field testing and
interlaboratory studies to establish reliability.  Only
eighteen state-of-the-art processes have been developed to
a consent degree, while work on twenty-two more is very
incomplete.

Wiersma Bruce;      Santolucito John;
Office of Air Land and Water Use;
Environmental Monitoring Systems Laboratory Las Vegas;
  Trace Organics in Water Part 3 Research Monitoring Studies
    31 min: 3/4 c: Dec 1976
Environmental monitoring: Cancer: PACE: Program for the
Assessment of Carcinogens
ABSTRACT:  Monitoring may be one of the most important
aspects of the EPA's activities according to Bruce Wiersma,
Chief of the Pollutant Pathways Branch, EMSL, Las Vegas.
In a seminar, he explains an integrated monitoring concept
wherein a population at risk is identified, significant
pathways of exposure are identified, pollutant sources are
related to significant exposure pathways, an overall
monitoring system is designed, and a quality assurance
program is developed and implemented.  Field projects are
described at two geothermal assessment projects at Imperial
Valley, California, and southwestern Utah, and at a study
of mercury at the Four Corners Power Plant in northwestern
New Mexico.  John Santolucito, Acting Deputy Director of
the Monitoring Systems Research and Development Division at
EMSL, Las Vegas, describes the Program for the Assessment
of Carcinogens (PACE) in the Environment. Its goal is to
compare statistics from the NCI Cancer Mortality Database
with a distribution of pollution type emissions to identify
environmental carcinogenesis.

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Kriessel Jim;
Office of Research and Development;
  Small Flows Program Review
    42 min: 3/4 C- Dec 1976
Sewage treatment: Rural areas
ABSTRACT:  In order to comply with PL92-500, Sec 104 q (1),
a small flow research program has been developed.  In a
seminar presentation, Jim Kriessel, of the Uasteuater
Research Division, describes wasteuater treatment
alternatives available in rural areas.  On-site disposal
choices include subsurface disposal systems, surface
disposal systems, and collection-treatment systems.  The
most common system, subsurface disposal, creates a
pollution potential of viruses, bacteria, organic material,
and nutrients.  Surface disposal systems must meet effluent
criteria.  One way to alleviate the quantity of water flow
is to install waterless toilets.  The collection of
wasteuaters can involve either gravity, pressure or vacuum
systems.  Once the wastewaters are collected, the effluent
must then be treated.  The treatment of septage is also a
concern of rural  disposal systems.
NOTES:  The first half of this tape has technical
difficulties.

Hanst Philip L;
Office of Air Land and Water Use;
  Halocarbons and Atmospheric Fluorocarbons State of the
  Art Research Seminar
    97 mins  3/4 C: Nov 5,  1976
Earth atmosphere
ABSTRACT:  A lecture on halocarbons and atmospheric
fluorocarbons is  presented in two parts by Philip L. Hanst,
Senior Research Scientist at the Environmental Sciences
Research Laboratory in Research Triangle Park, Korth
Carolina.  Since  EPA does not have a mandate for
atmospheric  study, only a small program in cooperation with
a few universities has been undertaken.  A complete
analysis of  the atmospheric composition is described,
followed by  an explanation of gas chromatographic
separation and detection.  Mr. Hanst next discusses
techniques of measuring the infra-red spectrum and the
stratosphere.  The first half ends with a cause-and-effect
analysis of  the lifetime of chemicals on the atm9sphere.
As the use of fluorocarbons is reduced, a study is
necessary  for the effects of substitutes.  In the second
part  of  the  lecture, Mr. Hanst traces the transformation of
several  specific  compounds.  The work that has been dona so
far has  brought up major research problems that need to be
solved.
NOTES:   Two  tapes:   tape  1 - 54 minutes, tape 2-43 minutes

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000008              Harlin Curtis C;    Thomas Richard E;   Walker John M;
                    Office of Air Land and Mater Use;
                    Robert S Kerr Environmental Research Laboratory;
                    EPA Region 5;
                      Soil Treatment Systems for Municipal Mastewater Part 1
                      State of the Art Research Seminar
                        52 min'- 3/H C: Jan 26, 1977
                    Soils: Sewage irrigation1 Waste water reuse
                    ABSTRACT:  DR. Curtis C. Harlin, Chief of the Wastewater
                    Treatment Branch at the Robert S. Kerr Environmental
                    Research Laboratory* Ada, Oklahoma, presents an overview
                    and history of soil treatment systems in a seminar series
                    sponsored by the Office of Air, Land and Mater Use.  The
                    interest in soil treatment systems has risen in the past
                    decade because of resource conservation, potential for cost
                    savings, and mandate of PL92-500.  The three major types of
                    soil treatment are irrigation, infiltration-percolation,
                    and overland flow.  Richard E. Thomas, Research Soil
                    Scientist, also at the Robert S. Kerr ERL describes factors
                    to be considered in site selection for a soil treatment
                    system.  These factors are climate, topography and soils.
                    The type and degree of pre-treatment necessary to match a
                     fiyen situation also must be considered.  John M. Malker,
                     oil Specialist at EPA Region 5, presents the results of
                    the soil treatment project at Muskegon County, Michigan.
                    The project at Muskegon has proved to be very cost
                    effective and environmentally beneficial to adjacent bodies
                    of water.

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000009              Enfield Carl G;     Thomas Richard E;   Pahren Herbert R;
                    Office of Aiz Land and Water Use;
                    Health Effects Research Laboratory Cincinnati;
                    Robert S Kerr Environmental Research Laboratory;
                      Soil Treatment Systems for Municipal Wastewater Part 2
                      State of the Art Research Seminar
                        43 min' 3/4 C= Jan 26, 1977
                    Sewage treatment: Percolation-' Ground water recharge
                    ABSTRACT:  Infiltration-percolation systems are described
                    by Dr. Carl G. Enfield, Soil Scientist, Wastewater
                    Management Branch, Robert S. Kerr Environmental Research
                    Lab.  This system allows for high application rates of
                    35-400 feet of wastewater per year. Benefits of the system
                    are recharge of ground water, minimization of salt water
                    infiltration in coastal areas, reduction of pathogenic
                    bacteria, reduction of suspended solids, phosphorus,
                    nitrogen. R.E. Thomas discusses factors in development of
                    overland flow systems, the most undeveloped soil treatment
                    system. Aspects to be considered are pretreatment of water,
                    hydraulic loading, site preparation, water testing,
                    establishment of operating schedules. Health aspects are
                    explored by H.R. Pahren, Physical Science Administrator,
                    Health Effects Lab.  Principal problems are consumption of
                    contaminated foods, health effects of heavy metals, trace
                    organics taken up by plants, contaminated aerosols,
                    contamination of ground water and potential breeding
                    grounds for mosquitos.

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000010              Enfield Carl G;     Christensen Lee A;
                    Office of Aiz Land and Water Use;
                    US Dept of Agriculture Economic Research Service;
                      Soil Treatment systems for Municipal Wastewater Part 3
                      State of the Art Research Seminar
                        54 min: 3/M G: Jan 1977
                    Land disposal: Sewage treatment: Economic analysis
                    ABSTRACT:  Dr. Carl G. Enfield discusses nutrient removal
                    for all soil treatment systems.  The two nutrients that
                    must be removed are phosphorus and nitrogen.  Phosphorus
                    considerations involve physical-chemical reactions which
                    vary from soil to soil and may have long term limiting
                    effects on the effectiveness of the soil.  The predicted
                    life of its effectiveness can be formulated from the
                    development of a mathematical model.  Nitrogen removal
               >     involves a bio-chemical reaction wherein the plant plays an
                    important role.  Economist Lee A. Christensen, with the
                    Economic Research Service of the US Department of
                    Agriculture explains factors in a cost effectiveness
                    analysis.  With a wide range of variability in data,
                    formulation of one economic model is not feasible.  Factors
                    that should be considered are land requirements, effluent
                    quality, treatment reliability, implementation time, water
                    rights, environmental impacts, and resource commitments.
                    The soil treatment system at Muskegon, Michigan, is
                    presented as one success story.

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Seabrook Belford L;
Harlin Curtis C;
Office of Air Lan'd and Water Use;
US Army Corps of Engineers;
Health Effects Research Laboratory Cincinnati;
  Soil Treatment Systems for Municipal Wastewater Part 4
  State of the Art Research Seminar
    26 min: 3/4 C: Jan 1977
Land disposal: Manuals: Environmental health
ABSTRACT:  Plans of a design manual on soil treatment,
scheduled for distribution in Oct 1977, are described by
B.L. Seabrook, Chairman, EPA Design Manual Work Group,
Office of Water Programs. This project, undertaken in
cooperation with the Army Corps of Engineers will present
facts and criteria for civil engineers in the area of soil
treatment of wasteuater.  The manual will have three major
elements: a basic text, case studies of ten systems, and
five appendices concerning nitrogen, phosphorus, hydraulic
capacity, pathogens, and metals. The future direction of
soil treatment technology and the health effects of soil
treatment are outlined by Dr. Curtis C. Harlin.  In
addition to improving current technology on the three soil
treatment systems, increased information resources in the
form of an expanded database are future goals.  The study
of health effects uill be undertaken in cooperation with
the Health Effects Research Lab in Cincinnati.  Future
advances in the technology of soil treatment systems uill
be published in updates o± the design manual, described by
Dr. Seabrook, every 2 years.

Blair Ann;
Greenfield Stanley M;
Office of Public Affairs;
  Interview with Stanley M Greenfield
    15 min: 3/4 C: May 22, 1974
Project Independence: Energy policy: Energy management
ABSTRACT'-  Ann Blair of the Office of Public Affairs
interviews Dr. Stanley M. Greenfield, Assistant
Administrator of Research and Development at the
Environmental Protection Agency.  Dr. Greenfield and Ms.
Blair discuss energy and the role EPA could play to help
the United States  achieve Project Independence.  Although
environmentalists  had been blamed for the  energy shortage.
Dr. Greenfield  feels that their  involvement has been very
small and  the blame has not been based on actual fact.  The
importance of designing compatible energy development and
environmental policy concerns must always be remembered.
Over-use of personal transportation  and inefficient design
and construction of appliances  and buildings have created
much  of  the energy  crisis.  Dr.  Greenfield points out the
importance of making correct decisions and not  playing the
losing  game of  catcn-up.

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Storm and Combined Sewer Pollution Control Program;
  Innovative Sewer Construction Demonstration Project
    17 mins 3/4 C:  1978
Sewers1 Sewer pipes
ABSTRACT:  The Storm and Combined Sewer Pollution Control
Program, Office of Research and Development, Environmental
Protection Agency, sponsored a demonstration project in
Sussex County, Delaware, involving trenchless and
conventional sewer systems.  The process of installing a
trenchless seuer system includes laying out the pipe,
setting up a laser receiver and transmitter guide system,
plowing the ground where the pipe is to be laid, coupling
the pipe to the tractor, starting a trench, and pulling the
pipe through the ground.  Advantages of the trenchless
method are that less dewatering is needed in areas with
high water tables, there is less disruption to traffic, and
the potential for infiltration is less, it is suitable for
installation of other utilities, there is a reduction of
adverse environmental effects, worker safety is improved,
and it has proven to be cost-effective over installation of
conventional sewer systems.  The disadvantages are that it
is not suitable where there are existing utilities, hard
rocks, or existing roadways.  The project shown on the tape
is described in EPA-600/2-78-022, Evaluation of Trenchless
Sewer Systems, South Bethany Beach, Delaware.

Schaefer Richard;
Office of Air Land and Water Use;
  Socioeconomic Approaches to Residential Water Consumption
    54 min' 3/4 C •• Apr 13, 1977
Water consumption: Water conservation: Economic analysis
ABSTRACT:  Richard Schaefer, economist with the Office of
Air, Land and Water Use, explains economic approaches to
water conservation in a two-part seminar presentation.
Factors that affect water consumption are income, tastes,
tradition, relative prices, institutions (building codes),
knowledge, and habits.  Ways to change water consumption
are through education, prescriptive measures, technical
devices, and pricing.  The demand curve can be shifted by
the installation of water conservation devices which can
save 20-30 percent on consumption.  The second part of the
discussion is concerned with water pricing approaches to
achieve water conservation.  Typical demands for water are
elastic for irrigation uses and somewhat inelastic for
domestic uses.  Various pricing techniques, life-line price
and revenue response, and a comparison of fixed and
variable costs are discussed.
NOTES:  Two tapes: tape 1-29 minutes, tape 2-25 minutes.

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000015              Hunt Daniel;
                    Office of Research and Development;
                    US Food and Drug Administration;
                      Poison and Shellfish Health and Ecology Seminar
                        44 min: 3/4 C: Apr 16, 1976
                    Shellfish: Water pollutions National Shellfish Sanitation
                    Program
                    ABSTRACT:  In a series of seminars sponsored by EPA's
                    Office of Research and Development, the safety of raw
                    shellfish for consumption and the quality of the water in
                    which it is grown are discussed by Daniel Hunt, Assistant
                    Chief of the Shellfish Sanitation Branch, Bureau of Foods,
                    Food and Drug Administration.  In 1924 the National
                    Shellfish Sanitation Program was established by the Bureau
                    of Chemistry, a forerunner of the Food and Drug
                    Administration, to establish the safety of oysters, clams
                    and mussels.  The Program produced a Manual of Operations
                    concerning sanitation of growing areas, sanitation of
                    harvesting and processing, and appraisal of state shellfish
                    sanitation programs. The Program also monitors shellfish
                    harvest areas and issues classification of conditions.  The
                    FDA also has additional responsibilities to review and
                    evaluate state and foreign programs, conduct research
                    in-house and by contract, conduct training courses at the
                    state, federal, and foreign levels, provide classification
                    of offshore waters, conduct national workshops, and publish
                    the Interstate Certified Shellfish Shippers List.  Mr. Hunt
                    warns of the dangers of paralytic shellfish poisoning.'

000016              Hoover Robert;
                    Office of Research and Development;
                    National Cancer Institute;                       '
                      Geography of Cancer Health and Ecology Seminar Series
                        57 min: 3/4 c: Apr 1976
                    Cancer
                    ABSTRACT:  The study of the geography of cancer is related
                    to discovering the causes of cancer by Dr. Robert Hoover  of
                    the National Cancer Institute.  A result of his work is the
                    Atlas oi Cancer Mortality for US Counties.  The study is
                    subdivided by county and is based on the form  of cancer,
                    race, sex, age and county of usual residence.  The rarer
                    forms of cancer are subdivided by the larger state economic
                    areas.   The maps  can be used for two purposes, first to
                    test hypotheses,  and second to generate hyp9theses.  Many
                    kinds of statistics involving industry, social, or any
                    other relevant data are used to draw correlations and test
                    hypotheses.  Dr.  Hoover exhibits several maps  and explores
                    possible  causes of the particular cancer shown.  Some of
                    the causes  could  be cigarette smoke, food, air,  and/or
                    water.   The Environmental Protection Agency could work with
                    the National Cancer Institute to find environmental
                    exposures  that cause cancer.

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000017              Harshberger John C;
                    Office of Research and Development;
                    Smithsonian Institution Museum of Natural History;
                      Registry of Tumors in Lower Animals Health and Ecology
                      Seminar Series
                        60 rnin' 3/4 C: Apr 1976
                    Cancer: Animal physiology
                    ABSTRACT:  The Registry of Tumors in Louer Animals was
                    organized in 1965 at the Museum of Natural History of the
                    Smithsonian Institution.  Dr. John C. Harshberger, director
                    of the museum, explains that the purpose of the registry is
                    to survey the field of cold-blooded vertebrates and
                    invertebrates and to study the different kinds of cancer
                    that they have.  Over 5,000 specimens received from all
                    over the world are in the collection and range from fish to
                    insects.  In addition, the registry has assembled
                    literature on tumors in lower animals and conducts and
                    promotes experimental studies of the incidence, nature, and
                    ideology of the tumors.  A neoplasm is defined as
                    populations of abnormal cells showing varying degrees of
                    anaplasia, autonomy, and proliferation.  It can be caused
                    by chemicals, viruses, or radiation.  Bottom feeding fish
                    and raollusks have the highest rates of cancer.  The
                    benefits to higher animals of the study are protection of
                    an animal from extinction, discovery of carcinogenic
                    chemicals, detection of environmental carcinogens,
                    formation of animal models, reservoirs, and vectors,
                    screening new compounds, and development of antitumor
                    substances.

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000018              Kelsey Frances;
                    Office of Research and Development;
                    US Food and Drug Administration;
                      Since Thalidomide Evaluating Drug Safety at FDA Health
                      and Ecology Seminar Series
                        55 rain: 3/4 c: Mar 10,  1976
                    Drugs
                    ABSTRACT'  Dr. Frances Kelsey, Director, Science Office,
                    FDA, outlines the history and development of drug
                    enforcement activities at FDA. In the late 1930's, when a
                    drug was found to be fatal, drug laws uere passed requiring
                    a manufacturer to present evidence of a drug's safety, but
                    not its effectiveness. When Thalidomide became available in
                    the late 1950's and early 1960's it was on the market for
                    several years before it was knoun to cause deformed or
                    absent limbs in babies when taken by pregnant mothers.  As
                    a result, drug regulations  uere strengthened to require
                    manufacturers to submit IND requirements, which is chemical
                    and animal data, before human trials of a drug could begin.
                     Requirements also covered  establishment of a clinical plan
                    for human studies and strong accountability for reporting
                    findings.  After FDA reviews the plan, three phases of
                    human study follow.  FDA  also provides protection by
                    inspecting: pre-c'linical  laboratories where animal studies
                    are done, laboratories where bio-availability studies with
                    human volunteers are conducted, clinical investigators,
                    institutional review committees, and the sponsors
                    themselves.

000019              Freedman Lawrence;  Bodman  George;
                    Occupational Safety and Health Staff;
                      Laboratory Safety and Toxic Gas Exposure
                         126 min; 3/4 C-- Oct 1976
                    Laboratories' Industrial'safety: Carcinogens
                    ABSTRACT:  The EPA Occupational Safety and Health Staff
                    sponsored  a seminar on laboratory safety by Sgt. Lawrence
                    Freedman of the Special Forces School, Institute of
                    Military Assistance.  Throughout the three tapes, Sgt.
                    Freedman discusses laboratory accidents, their causes, and
                    reporting  accidents.  He  elaborates on measures to limit or
                    control  various classes of  laboratory accidents and covers
                    general  safety practices.   The second tape covers noise
                    exposure levels, classes  of chemical hazards, and the
                    universal  antidote.  The  third tape covers ways that
                    poisoning  occurs in the laboratory, measures to be taken in
                    cases of mercury poisoning, and special procedures to be
                    followed when  working with  carcinogens.  George Bodman
                    briefly  describes EPA's carcinogen  proaram.  A news segment
                    concerning  the seminar appears at the %nd of the tape.
                    NOTES:   Audio  on channel  2  only.  Three tapes'-  tape  1-56
                    minutes, tape  2-34 minutes, tape  3-36 minutes.

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Snyder David P;
Office of Land Use Coordination;
  Confronting the Multifold Trend Public Policy Planning
  Imperatives for the Next 25 Years
    91 min: 3/4 C'~ Jul 12, 1977
Earth resources? Man envir9nment interactions '•  Planning
ABSTRACT:  To open the Office of Land Use Seminars, David
P. Snyder gives a slide presentation that was originally
developed in 1975 and shown at the second general assembly
of the World Future Society.  The presentation represents
an attempt to cover six major trends in the world and the
implications of those trends in terms of social values,
political reality, and key social and economic issues.  It
is designed to be an experience in and of itself.  It is
meant to represent a synopsis of the events and new
perceptions of reality which we have gained as a society
over the past decade and a half.  The earth as a megasystem
must be maintained and we must act in accord with that
system.  In order to accomplish a continued world
ecosystem, social values and alternatives need to be
reassessed and data processing, knowledge, and information
utilized to plan for the future now.
NOTES'Two tapes: tape 1-62 minutes, tape 2 - 29 minutes.

Coats Joseph;
Office of Land Use Coordination;
  Why Look at the Future
    87 min' 3/4 C: Jul 19, 1977
Technology forecasting
ABSTRACT:  Joseph Coats, Assistant to the Director, Office
of Technology Assessment, US Congress, discusses technology
and the future.  Techniques are available for anticipating
and foreseeing the future, and there is a need for
commitment to moral obligation.  Technology is the central
factor in our lives and all societal problems are a direct
consequence of it.  If technology cannot be understood, it
cannot be controlled.  The bureacracy, which has become a
necessity to the middle class, is falling short of its main
functions of supplying structured information and reducing
uncertainty.  To be an effective bureacracy, the Government
must anticipate the future, accept feedback, and it must be
flexible.
NOTES'-  Audio problems on tape 1.  Two tapes:  tape 1-58
minutes, tape 2-29 minutes.

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000022              Molitor Graham;
                    Office of Land Use Coordination;
                      Applications of Futures Research a Corporate Example
                        69 min: 3/4 C-- Jul 26,  1977
                    Public opinions Social planning
                    ABSTRACT:  Prediction .of political and social change is
                    explained by Graham Molitor, Director of Government
                    Relations at General Mills, Inc., in the series
                    Anticipating Our Environmental Future.  Mr. Molitor has an
                    approach that helps identify turning points, emergence, and
                    dates of public policy issues.  The most fundamental basis
                    of his approach is common sense and the acknowledgement
                    that public policy is not made overnight.  Advantages of
                    predicting public policy issues are the ability to search
                    for alternatives and the recognition of being a leader.
                    Plotting an issue involves  several event patterns which
                    vary in time over 2 to 60 years and include introduction,
                    abuse, wide-spread diffusion, study, literature, and public
                    policy resolutions.  Contrary to  common belief, the US is
                    not the leader in developing public policy issues.  The
                    Scandinavian countries, Sweden, in particular, have been
                    ahead of the US with every  major  consumer P9licy by an
                    average of 6 to 7 years.  If leading jurisdictions are
                    monitored, serious predictions of leading "public policy
                    issues can be formulated.
                    NOTES'-  Two tapes: tape  1-56 minutes, tape 2-13 minutes.

000023              Hahn Walter;
                    Office of Land Use Coordination;
                    Congressional Research Service;
                      Role of Futures Forecasting in  Policy Analyses
                        58 min: 3/H c: Aug 2,  1977
                    Technology forecasting: Government policies
                    ABSTRACT'-  Walter Hahn of the Congressional Research
                    Service, Library of Congress presents the role of futures
                    research and forecasting  so that  the government can refine
                    its ability in the fields of assessment, forecasting and
                    technology.  The purpose  of the CRS is to supply
                    information to the Congress and to expand the information
                    base of  the Library of Congress to answer questions of the
                    future.  Mr. Hahn gives  an  example of a presentation to a
                    Senate committee concerning the issues it should be working
                    on  for the future.  Three  types of issues are presented:
                    global problems, problems  that  science and technology  can
                    solve, and problems related to  the work of the committee.
                    In  many  lists  of future  problems  related to science and
                    technology, the environment does  not  appear as a prominent
                    problem.   The  focus of Congress is changing to one  of
                    foresight  rather  than oversight.
                    NOTES:   Uneven sound quality is found throughout the tape.

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                                        08/04/83  PAGE     15

Little Dennis;      Jackson Lynn;       Back William;
Office of Land Use Coordination;
  Futures Research in the Government Federal Panel
    59 min: 3/4 C' Aug 16, 1977
Technology forecasting: Planning
ABSTRACT:  A panel discussion on Federal agency involvement
in undertaking long-range planning is moderated by Dennis
Little, specialist in futures research at the Congressional
Research Service.  The first speaker is Lynn Jackson, Chief
of System Concepts Branch, Office of Aviation Policy,
Federal Aviation Administration.  At FAA the basic approach
begins with questioning whether there is a way to examine
the long-range trends and if something is worth doing for
the Agency.  Mr. Johnson further describes the purpose and
goals, methodology, and policy applications of the FDA.
Dr. William Back, an economist with the Economic Research
Service, USDA, describes programs at the USDA that utilize
futures analysis and technology assessment.  Long-term
strategies, policy issues, and futures alternatives of
pesticides programs at EPA are described by Edwin Johnson,
Deputy Assistant Administrator for Pesticide Programs at
EPA.

Boucher Wayne I;
Office of Land Use Coordination;
Electronic Fund Transfers Commission;
  Getting from Here to There Finding the Proper Tools
    72 min: 3/4 C'- Aug 16, 1977
Forecasting
ABSTRACT:  Wayne I. Boucher of the Electronic Fund
Transfers Commission discusses methods in long range
forecasting and futures.  Futures research is a special
area of systems analysis and is also included within the
futures movement.  Systems analysis is a research strategy
that is an approach, a mind set, which is not a set of
methods but rather a problem oriented approach that is
pragmatic in its choice of methods and is futures oriented.
 The usage of the word future throughout history is
explored.  Four different forecasting techniques are
defined and aspects of their origins, applications,
variations, strengths and weaknesses, and their futures are
discussed.  The techniques are the delphi method,
cross-impact analysis, trend impact analysis, and scenario
writing.  The purpose of these methods is to develop
alternatives.
NOTES:  TWO tapes: tape 1-58 minutes, tapes 2-14
minutes.

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000026              Johnson G Patrick;
                    Office of Land Use Coordination;
                    National Science Foundation;
                      Putting It All Together How EPA Can Cope with the
                      Uncertain Future
                        63 min: 3/<+ C' Aug 23,  1977
                    Technology forecasting
                    ABSTRACT:  The messages and questions of the first six
                    speakers in the Office of Land Use seminars are reviewed by
                    G. Patrick Johnson, Program Manager of Exploratory
                    Research, System Analysis Research Applications at the
                    National Science Foundation.  Mr. Johnson concludes that
                    the display, organization,  and packaging of information is
                    very important for correct  choices to be made and conveyed
                    to others.  The ability to  deal with complexity, change,
                    and the demand to cope is very important.  Problems need to
                    be articulated clearly.  Complete policies must be
                    explored.  The issues should be thoroughly questioned.  In
                    studying the future, institutions must pursue and convey a
                    seriousness of interest, credibility, trust and confidence,
                    and a willingness to face a difficult task.  The study of
                    the future is an extremely  complex problem and the job of
                    incorporating futures analysis will be met with difficulty
                    because methodologies are undeveloped, results must be
                    communicated, and large organizations have a natural
                    tendency to resist change.  Mr. Johnson relates the
                    problems to EPA's goals.

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Gage Steven;        Press Frank;
  Third National Conference on the Interagency Energy
  Environment R and D Program Keynote Address
    39 min: 3/4 C: Jun 1, 1978
Energy policy: Environmental issues
ABSTRACT:  The Third National Conference on the Interagency
Energy/Environment R£D Program met in June 1978.  Its
purpose is to create information necessary for responsible
decisionmaking.  Steven Gage presents background on
formation of the conference and introduces the keynote
speaker, Dr. Frank Press* the President's Science Advisor.
Scientists have been expected to maintain the quality of
life in the face of diminishing energy supplies.  To
prevent unrealistic expectations, the community must be
kept informed of political/ social and economic factors in
developing its lifestyle.  A polarization between energy
and environment philosophies must be balanced by
interagency activities.  The IEERED Program serves this
purpose. Dr. Press calls for the development of solar
techniques/ nuclear resources/ and co-generation.  He
points out that the legalistic contract mechanism is a
deterrent to the development of new technologies.  The
transfer of information among the technical' community,
policy makers/ and the public is a step touard clarifying
and defining problems and providing viable solutions.

Rubin Edwin;        Palmer Linda;       Sahr Hugh;
  Interviews with Members of the Third National Conference
  on the Interagency Energy Environment R and D Program at
  the Shoreham Hotel Part 1
    20 min: 3/4 G: Jun 2, 1977
Environmental issues
ABSTRACT:  Three conference members of the Third National
Conference on the Interagency Energy/Environment RED
Program are interviewed outside the Shoreham Hotel on their
views of the conference.  Dr. Edwin Rubin of the Carnegie
Mellon University feels that the conference is too much
about bringing people up-to-date and not enough about
scientific subjects/ progress/ and disappointments.  Linda
Palmer of the Chevron Corporation described the conflicts
her company has encountered when dealing with different
energy and environmental agencies and thinks the conference
is a good forum to resolve conflicting expectations.  Dr.
Hugh Sahr, Washington University, speaks about the problem
of primary pollutants changing into secondary pollutants.
Dr. Sahr's interview continues onto the next tape (no.
000029) .

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000030
                                        08/04/83  PAGE     18

Sahr Hugh;
  Interviews with Members of the Third National Conference
  on the Interagency Energy Environment R and D Program at
  the Shoreham Hotel Part 2
    14 min: 3/4 C: Jun 2, 1978
Environmental issvies
ABSTRACT:  Dr. Hugh Sahr continues his discussion on the
change of primary pollutants to secondary pollutants.   He
also covers interstate and international ramifications of
these pollutants crossing boundaries.  A wholistic view
also reveals pollutants from different sources interacting
together to create additional environmental problems.

Wellings Flora Mae;
University of Cincinnati;
Environmental Research Center Cincinnati;
  Fatal Amoebic Infections from Swimming and Drinking Mater
    60 min: 3/4 C: Feb 18, 1977
Amoeba: Pathogens
ABSTRACT:  The primary amoebic maningoencephaliti,
pathogenic naegleria usually invades swimmers through the
nose and infects the cerebral cortex.  In a seminar
presentation jointly sponsored by the Environmental
Research Center in Cincinnati and the University of
Cincinnati, Dr. Flora Mae Wellings, Director of the
Epidemiology Research Center, Department of Health and
Rehabilitation, State of Florida, describes the morphology
of the organism.  Discovery of the amoeba in the mid-1960's
was difficult due to the similarity of the symptoms to
other diseases and the white blood cell appearance of the
organism.  It occurs most often in male teenagers exposed
to freshwater lakes.  Testing freshwater lakes reveals that
the amoeba lives in the sediments.  However, chlorine and
salt water deter its growth.  Dr. Wellings assures the
audience that the risk factor of contracting it are very
minimal.   Although the organism is almost always fatal, it
can be treated if discovered in time.  Even though the
number of  cases have been few, the State of Florida is
studying the amoeba as a preventative measure in the event
of an epidemic.

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Buzford Anne M (see also Gorsuch Anne M)j
Barber Julian;
Quality Assurance Management Branch;
  Quality Assurance and Environmental Programs A Challenge
  to Management
    16 min: 3/4 G: Dec 1982
Quality assurance
ABSTRACT:  Anne M. Burford, EPA Administrator, introduces
this informative tape on quality assurance at EPA.  She
emphasises the importance of quality assurance starting at
the top and reaching down in a plan that must be developed
and implemented with full commitment.  Julian Barber
narrates the following sequences which focus on presenting
working definitions of quality assurance and quality
control.  Several interviews provide different perspectives
and goals.  Quality assurance is defined as a total
integration program for assuring reliability of monitoring
and measurement data.  Quality control is defined as the
routine application of procedures for obtaining prescribed
standards of performance in the monitoring and measurement
process.  Several environmentally related laws are reviewed
and applications of quality assurance measures to them
described.  It is the EPA's policy to insure that all EPA
projects are scientifically valid, defensible, and of a
known precision and accuracy by providing standard
operating procedures, grant regulations and program audits.

Office of Water Programs;
  Toxic Metals Hot Spot Survey Johnstown NY
    12 min: 3/4 C' Oct 11, 1980
Heavy metals' Stream pollution: Johnstown KY
ABSTRACT:  The Office of Mater Programs is investigating
the impact of toxic metals on aquatic biology at fifteen
sites around the country.  One of these sites, at
Johnstown, K.Y., is the subject of this documentary tape.
The sewage treatment plant near Johnstown is dumping an
excess of heavy metals into the stream.  The control zone
of the study is upstream from the sewage treatment plant
and the impact zone is below the plant.  Techniques for the
measurement of biota, velocity, depth, temperature, oxygen,
 §h levels, depth, and other stream characteristics are
 emonstrated with a portable hydrolab.  Samples of
microinvertebrates are taken, sorted, and cleaned and
laboratory processes for analysis shown.  Very few biota
were found in the impact area of this particular study.

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Duncan Norman;      Smith John M;   *
National Environmental Research Center;
  Upgrading Existing Activated Sludge Treatment Plants
    35 min: 1/2 BSW reel: Jan 11, 1974
Activated sludge process
ABSTRACT'  Norman Duncan queries John M. Smith, Sanitary
Engineer, National Environmental Research Center, about
upgrading existing activated sludge treatment plants.  Mr.
Smith describes hou upgrading techniques can be applied to
preplant considerations.  Some factors include
infiltration, flow concentration and equalization, and
aeration requirements.  In-plant process modifications may
include aerator performance, clarification, operator
techniques and physical modifications.  Deep-bed or surface
filtration are techniques available for post plant
considerations.

McCarthy Jim;       Princianato Frank;
  Seminar on Controlling Pollution from Pouer Plants
    241 mint  1/2 BCW reel: Apr 17, 1974
Electric power plants: Air pollution control
ABSTRACT:  A seminar on controlling pollution from power
plants is presented by Jim McCarthy and Frank Princianato.
Mr. McCarthy describes what a power plant is, hou it works,
what some of the pollutants are, and ways fuel can be
burned.  Mr. Princianato discusses sulfur control
technology.  His discussion continues into tape 2, where he
also describes details of many desulfurization systems in
process in the United States and Japan.  In tape 3, Mr.
Princianato continues his descriptions and also covers
economics of flue gas desulfurization  (FGD) retrofit,
associated environmental problems, and EPA assessment of
FGD technology status.  Near the end of the third tape, Mr.
McCarthy describes four methods of particulate control.  He
concludes his presentation on the fpurth tape.  Three
additional speakers discuss the availability and properties
of combustion coal; the availability of oil; and coal
preparation,  gasification and liquification.
NOTES:  Four  tapes: tape  1-59 minutes; tape  2-63
minutes; tape 3-60 minutes; tape 4-59 minutes.

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Train Russell;      Rail David;         Kimbrough Renate;
Calendra Joe;       EPA Region 5;
  PCBs in the Environment 1975 Part 1
    50 min: 3/4 G: Nov 19, 1975
Polychlorinated biphenyls
ABSTRACT'  The opening of a conference of PCB's in the
Environment! 1975, sponsored by EPA Region 5, was held at
the Pick-Congress Hotel in November, 1975.  The keynote
speaker, Russell E. Train, EPA Administrator, warns of the
severe problem of polychlorinated biphenyls in the
environment.  He calls for legislation to control toxic
substances and to clean- the environment which will lower
the costly adverse health effects of pollutants.  The first
session, chaired by Dr. David Rail, DHEW, consists of three
speakers whose presentations rely on slide presentations
and are abbreviated.  The second speaker, Dr. Renate
Kimbrough, answers questions about the pathological results
associated with feeding studies.  The third speaker, Dr.
Joe Calendra also ansuers questions related to his research.

EPA Region 5;
  PCBs in the Environment 1975 Part 2
    52 min: 3/4 C'- Nov 20, 1975
Polychlorinated biphenyls
ABSTRACT:  The sixth general session of the Conference on
PCB's in the Environment consists of twenty-six speakers
each giving a five minute presentation.  The first nine
speakers appear on this tape.  The first group of speakers
represents the commercial and recreational fishing
industry.  Their message tells of many individuals in the
fishing industry who are losing their livelihood because of
PCB's.  They are followed by two speakers discussing the
physiological effects of PCB's on monkeys and humans.  A
representative of the pulp and paper industry points out
that the paper industry does not contribute any neu PCB's
to the environment.  However, carbonless copy paper does
contain PCB's and is retained in the environment when
recycled.  The final speaker on the tape, a representative
from Uestinghouse, describes his industry's efforts to
change the form of PCB's to be more biodegradable.  He
appeals to the audience not to ban PCB's because it may be
replaced by a more harmful chemical.

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000037              EPA Region 5;
                      PCBs in the Environment 1975 Part 3
                        56 min: 3/4 C: Nov 20, 1975
                    Polychlorinated biphenyls
                    ABSTRACT?  This continuation of the sixth session of the
                    Conference on PCB's in the Environment includes eleven
                    speakers.  The first speaker, a representative of the
                    Wisconsin Paper Council, discusses the problems of
                    recycling carbonless paper which contains PCB's.  The union
                    of electrical workers calls for EPA to set a federal
                    standard on PCB's.  Representatives of citizens groups in
                    the Great Lakes region express their dismay at EPA's delay
                    in responding to the problem of PCB's in the environment.
                    They request an immediate ban of the chemical.  A state
                    senator from Indiana recommends that the problem of PCB's
                    be solved first on the state level.  He applaud the EPA for
                    holding the meetings on PCB's.  A member of the Minnesota
                    Pollution Control Advisory Board presents a resolution on a
                    federal ban of the sale and use of PCB's.  A description of
                    a company's efforts at biodegradation follows.  The final
                    two speakers describe a PCB spill incident and its clean up
                    in Seattle in 1974.

000038              Barber Walter C;    EPA Region 5;
                      PCBs in the Environment 1975 Part 4
                        62 min: 3/4 C: Nov 20-21, 1975
                    Polychlorinated biphenyls
                    ABSTRACT:  The final three speakers of the sixth session of
                    the Conference on PCB's in the Environment open this tape.
                    The seventh session begins with Dr. Ahmed of the Natural
                    Resources Defense Council describing the effect o± PCB's on
                    the environment.  The greater impact of the chemical is on
                    commercial and sport fisheries in the Great Lakes region
                    and the east coast.  He next covers federal and state
                    government roles in controlling PCB's.  On the federal
                    level EPA delayed enforcement of the Federal Water
                    Pollution Control Act which worsened the PCB problem.  Dr.
                    Ahmed reviews various state actions.  He calls for a ban on
                    the manufacture, importation, and use of PCB's and requests
                    more research.  Walter C. Barber, Director of EPA's
                    Standards and Regulations Evaluation Division, is the final
                    speaker on this tape.  He describes EPA's programs.  EPA
                    has limited resources and action taken on PCB's will
                    probably be taken by those attending the conference.  His
                    presentation continues on tape no. 000039.

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000039              Barber Walter C;    Reed Nathanial Pj   Rodin Richard;
                    EPA Region 5;
                      PCBs in the Environment 1975 Part 5
                        39 min: 3/4 C: Nov 21, 1975
                    Polychlorinated biphenyls
                    ABSTRACT:  Walter C. Barber concludes his speech of the
                    seventh session of the Conference on PCB's in the
                    Environment.  He covers labor's role in the clean-up
                    process and discusses funding of local water quality
                    management agencies. Nathanial P. Reed, Assistant Secretary
                    for Fish, Wildlife and Parks, Department of the Interior,
                    emphasises the seriousness of PCB's in the environment.
                    PCB's were found in all fish and birds sampled from all
                    uateruays and flyuays in the United States.  Interior has
                    been restoring and restocking the Great Lakes and these
                    fish are being poisoned.  Mr. Reed calls for a. ban on PCB's
                    and a search for a replacement begun immediately.  The next
                    speaker, Dr. Richard Rodin, Research and Development,
                    National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health,
                    discusses his agency's research activities on the effects
                    of PCB's.  The first part of a presentation by Thomas
                    Billy, National Marine Fisheries Service only includes a
                    statement of the NMFS's concerns in three categories—the
                    aquatic environment, consumers of fishery products, and the
                    fish and seafood industry.

000040              EPA Region 5;
                      PCBs in the Environment 1975 Part 6
                        52 min: 3/4 C: Nov 21, 1975
                    Polychlorinated biphenyls
                    ABSTRACT:  This tape contains the summaries of sessions
                    five, one, tuo and three.  Dr. Richard Ashford presents the
                    summary of session five where safer and more profitable
                    alternatives to PCB's were discussed.  The session on
                    health effects concerned the physiological effects of PCB's
                    on humans and experimental animals.  Further research is
                    needed.  The session on the physical-chemical properties of
                    PCB's covered PCB losses into the environment, disposal in
                    municipal sewage treatment systems, accountability of
                    users, closer control of inventories, regulation of the
                    import of PCB's and the monumental task of clean-up.
                    Movement of PCB's in the environment is unknown as stated
                    in the session.  Human consumption of freshwater fish
                    carries the potential for contamination of high levels of
                    PCB's.

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Carpenter Richard;  EPA Region 5;
  PCBs in the Environment 1975 Part 7
    38 min: 3/4 C: Nov 21, 1975
Polychlorinated biphenyls
ABSTRACT:  The fo'urth, sixth and seventh sessions are
summarized in this tape.  Differences in sensitivity to
PCB's are high.  As discussed in the fourth session,
measurable harmful effects are not abundantly documented.
but this does not mean that the effects are not
significant.  Four major points emerged from the fifth
session.  PCB's are having an effect on freshwater
fishermen.  A ban on PCB's and other toxic substances is
long overdue.  The government agencies are too slow to
react to the problem.  Persons whose livelihoods are
impaired need to be compensated.  The sixth session
conveyed the lack of optimism for a clean-up.  Voluntary,
non-regulatory action uill be the best opportunity for
improvement.  Little was said about how to control PCB's.
A summary by Richard Carpenter reveals that more is unknown
than is Known about PCB's and their effects on humans,
animals and the environment.  He also covers what can and
should be done about PCB's.

Gage Steven;        Gallogly William;
  Role of EPA at Three Mile Island
     14 mins 3/4 C: Mar  1979
Three Mile Island-2 Reactor
ABSTRACT:  William Gallogly, Director of the Audio Visual
Support Branch, interviews Dr. Steven Gage of Research and
Development on EPA's role in the Three Mile Island
incident.  There was a very, very small effect of
radioactivity on the people at TMI that may not even have
been measurable.  The surrounding area was the only area
affected.  Pregnant women and children were requested to
leave the area only as a precautionary measure.  EPA
advised the state officials, the utility, and the Nuclear
Regulatory Commission on appropriate protective actions.
They also sent personnel from the Office of Radiation
Programs to set up radiation monitoring equipment around
the  plant and water monitoring stations.  The EPA also
developed training programs for  dealing with such an
incident.  The continuing role of EPA in a similar incident
is being developed by the President's Three Mile Island
Commission.

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Blair Ann;          Schutez Norman D;
Office of Public Affairs;
Mobile Source Enforcement Division;
  Unleaded Gasoline What When Where
    17 min: 3/4 C: Sep 10, 1975
Gasoline
ABSTRACT:  Ann Blair of the Office of Public Affairs,
interviews Dr. Norman D.  Schuter, Director of the Mobile
Source Enforcement Division, about the implementation of
the retailing of unleaded gasoline.  The catalytic emission
control devices in the 1975 model cars cannot run on
gasoline with lead.  After July 1, 1975, all service
stations with a business over 200,000 gallons must carry
unleaded gasoline.  This deadline has not been met in some
cases because of the steel shortages.  These shortages have
affected the supply of storage tanks and nozzles.  However,
no penalties will be effected until the 1975 models are on
the road.  EPA's field personnel will enforce the quality
of unleaded gasoline.  They will visit stations and check
signs, nozzles, test the gasoline, and notify station
owners of any problems.  The states will also develop their
own monitoring programs.

Blair Ann;          Stork Eric 0;
Mobile Source Air Pollution Control;
  How Many Miles Per Gallon Fuel Economy Ratings
    21 min: 3/4 C: Oct 31, 1974
Fuel economy
ABSTRACT:  Ann Blair interviews Eric 0. Stork, Deputy
Assistant Administrator of the Mobile Source Air Pollution
Control on fuel economy ratings.  The fuel economy ratings
are a result of EPA's emissions testing.  The tests are
representative of typical customer driving and take
different, transmissions and air conditioning into account.
Even though foreign cars have better fuel economy ratings,
American cars do equally well on a per weight basis.  US
auto makers don't think the American public wants small,
light, fuel-efficient cars and are therefore not making
them.  The catalytic converter, which is also discussed,
has no direct effect on fuel economy.  However, the
difference in the way an engine with a catalytic converter
is tuned does improve fuel efficiency.  Previously some car
dealers had removed the fuel economy labeling.  Mr. Stork
recommends that this practice not continue.

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Mobile Source Enforcement Division;
  Stage One Vapor Recovery Field Inspections
    21 min: 3/4 C:  1976
Gasoline: Vapors
ABSTRACT:  This narrative presentation was prepared by the
Mobile Source Enforcement Division ±ox the use of regional
fuel inspectors who uould be conducting stage-one vapor
recovery inspections.  The best time for inspection of
vapor recovery is during delivery.  As the gas delivery is
made, vapors return to the truck.  A delivery which takes
place with only one hose or two hoses of the same color
indicates that vapor recovery is not being done.
Demonstrations are shown of a two point system and a
coaxial connector.

Office of Mobile Source Enforcement;
  Vapor Recovery in San Diego County California Stage II
     10 min: 3/4 G:  1976
Gasoline: Vapors
ABSTRACT:  In a series of statements by officials and
service station owners, the pros and cons of vapor recovery
are expressed.  Vapor recovery won't happen unless it is
mandatory.  It is also the most cost effective means of
cleaning up the air.  In some stations, self-service
customers and attendants adjusted to vapor recovery devices
quickly and found them to fill their tanks more
efficiently.  Other service station owners found that
twenty-five percent of the cars won't take the nozzle and
that it takes longer to fill the tanks.  The fire marshall
describes the benefits and safety aspects of the nozzles.

Malmberg Kenneth B;
Stationary Source Enforcement Division;
  Coke Oven Emissions Pittsburgh and Birmingham
     16 min: 3/4 G:   1976
Stationary sources •' Air pollution detection
ABSTRACT:  Kenneth B. Malmberg of the Stationary Source
Enforcement Division, Office of Enforcement, narrates a
demonstration of an optical device that measures emissions.
  Such  a device is needed to measure emissions that exceed
the  one meter limit.  It provides a regular and systematic
manner to make accurate records.  Practical applications of
the  measurement device are demonstrated on a coke oven.
The  device is portable and can be carried from emission
point  to emission point.

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National Enforcement Center Denver;
  Laboratory Tests at the National Enforcement Center
  Denver Colorado
    80 min: 3/H C:  1976
Water pollution detection
ABSTRACT: A series of laboratory tests for uater quality at
the National Enforcement Center in Denver, Colorado, are
demonstrated on three tapes.  There is no audio track.
NOTES:  Three unedited tapes:  tape 1-31 minutes, tape 2
- 32 minutes, tape 3-17 minutes.

Printz Bert;
Office of Enforcement;
Natural Resources Defense Council;
  Approach to Feedlot Order
    22 min: 3/4 c-- Aug 7, 1975
Point sources: Feedlots
ABSTRACT:  On June 6, 1975, the courts decided in a plenary
decision that EPA cannot exernpt whole classes of point
source pollution from the permit program in the "feedlot"
case brought by NRDC.  This affects enforcement of four
sources of point source pollution: storm sewers, feedlots,
silviculture activities, and agricultural activities.  Bert
Printz, Director, Office of Enforcement, describes hou this
will allow EPA to re-examine the statute, define workable
alternatives in each category, widely discuss possibilities
with those affected, and propose changes or advise
Congress.  EPA will try to blend imaginative solutions,
simplicity, 208 planning activities, problems, and the
capacity for state administration.  Mr. Printz explains
problems of defining effluent limitations and permits.  A
time schedule follows for accomplishing the goals set forth
by the decision.

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Miller Jeffrey C;   Printz Bert;
Office of Enforcement;
Office of Technical Analysis;
  Proposed Feedlot Regulations
    21 min: 3/4 C: Nov 17, 1975
Point sources: Feedlots
ABSTRACT:  Jeff Miller, Office of Water Enforcement, and
Bert Printz, Office of Technical Analysis, discuss EPA's
prop9sed regulations regarding National Pollutant Discharge
Elimination System permits for feedlots.  Mr. Miller first
gives a history of events that required the establishment
of the regulations.  The proposed regulations would have
coverage in five types of concentrated animal feeding
operations: (1) Areas where no forage or crop growth is
sustained, (2) where a man-made ditch that discharges
measurable waste that reaches a navigable water, (3) where
a stream traverses a feedlot, (4) over a given number of
animals are kept,  (5) the feedlot is designated as a
significant pollution source.  The time frame for
implementation of  the feedlot regulations are outlined.

Dalton Deborah;
Office of Enforcement;
  Office of Enforcement the Role of Rebuttable Presumption
  Against Registration
    22 min: 3/4 c=
Pesticides
ABSTRACT:  Debbie  Dalton, Office of Enforcement, discusses
the Rebuttable Presumption Against Registration (RPAR)
process to study the potential of unreasonable effects of
pesticides on man  or his environment.  Many different
offices participate in the evaluation process.  A
rebuttable presumption shall arise if a pesticide's
ingredients, metabolites, or degradation products meet or
exceed any of the  following: (1) acute toxicity to humans
and domestic animals,  (2) acute toxicity to wildlife -
mammalian or avian, (3) acute toxicity to aquatic
organisms,  (4) oncogenicity, (5) mutagenicity in test
species,  (6) any other chronic or delayed effect such as
neurotoxic, reproduction, fetotoxic, blood or bone
disorders, etc.  (7) lack of emergency treatment.  The
process which each substance foll9ws is investigation of
risk, rebuttal period, risk/benefit analysis, and external
review process.

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Aim Alvin;
  EPA Occupational Safety and Health Program
    8 min: 3/4 C'- Nov 10, 1976
Occupational health and safety
ABSTRACT:  EPA laboratories have been found to be deficient
in safety procedures by both EPA and GAO.  Some remedial
action was taken and four laboratories were closed because
of unsafe practices.  Alvin L. Aim, Assistant Administrator
for Planning and Management, presents EPA's plans to remedy
the situation.  Mr. Aim, also the chairman of a steering
committee to institute these changes, discusses a
reorganization of the occupational health and safety staff.
 Health and safety training programs will be expanded and
improved.  It is everybody's responsibility to improve
health and safety at EPA.  Mr. Aim urges every employee to
participate and make EPA a safe place to work.

Clark C Scott;      Schiff Gilbert M;
Environmental Research Center Cincinnati;
University of Cincinnati;
  Health Risk to Humans Exposed to Sewage
    60 min: 3/4 C: Mar 11, 1977
Sewage: Health risks
ABSTRACT:  In a joint venture by the Environmental Research
Center, Cincinnati, and the University of Cincinnati, a
seminar was presented by Dr. C. Scott Clark and Dr. Gilbert
M. Schiff on a study to evaluate risks of occupational
exposure to seuer maintenance activities and activated
sludge waste treatment aerosols.  Dr. Clark, Associate
Professor of Environmental Health, College of Medicine,
University of Cincinnati, discusses the method of the
serologic-epidemiologic study which involves isolation and
identification of pathogens, evaluation of immune status,
sero-survey (viral and bacteria), yearly comprehensive
physical examination, compilation of clinical data, and
environmental monitoring.  Dr. Schiff, Professor of
Medicine, Director of Infectious Diseases Division, College
of Medicine, University of Cincinnati, describes the work
with yiral-serological testing for antibodies to antigens.
The viral antibody values measured are the number with
antibody titers, geometric mean titers, and serological
conversion.  The viral serology tests conducted were
neutralization, hemagglutination, and complex fisation.
Dr. Schiff concludes with significant difference in the
multi-phasic physical and lab results.

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Bingham Eula;
Environmental Research Center Cincinnati;        •
University of Cincinnati;
Occupational Safety and Health Administration;
  Keu Look at OSHA
    63 min: 3/4 C •' May 6, 1977
Occupational health and safety
ABSTRACT:  Dr. Eula Bingham, Assistant Secretary of Labor
for Occupational Safety and Health, outlines her plans for
the direction the OSHA will take.  After describing the
functions of the Occupational Safety and Health
Administration, Dr. Bingham points out areas of emphasis.
Her first priority is the education of employers and
employees about hazards in the workplace.  Others are the
pursuit of the prevention of disease and the development of
generic standards.  She is committed to the use of advisory
committees to allow input before submitting a proposed
standard.  OSHA will pursue situations where there is a
real hazard.  One problem that OSHA must deal with is
workers having to work with unlabeled chemicals.  Dr.
Bingharo is committed to working with EPA to develop
resources for standards development.  The second part is a
question and answer session with the audience.
NOTESJ  Two tapes: tape  1-42 minutes, tape 2-21 minutes

  Bloodmobile Promotion  1980
    1 min: 3/4 c:  1980
Blood
ABSTRACT:  Employees are encouraged to donate to the blood
bank.  Benefits of doing so are described.

American Red Cross;
  Matching of Sally Dean  -
    13 min:  3/4 C:  1979
Blood
ABSTRACT:  This is a short story about a woman who is
injured and  requires blood.  The source of the blood that
she needs  is from Red Cross donors.  The process of
donating blood is explained and demonstrated.  For each
person who wants to donate, a brief medical history is
taken, as  well as blood  pressure,  temperature, and a
hemoglobin count.  The entire process takes under an hour.

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Gregory Dolores;
Office of International Activities;
  Pesticides Registration Briefing
    10 min: 3/4 C: Jan, 1974
Pesticides
ABSTRACT:  Dolores Gregory of EPA's Office of International
Activities presents an introduction to registration of
pesticides.  Pesticides are beneficial and help create a
higher Duality of life, but they are also poisonous and
their risks and hazards are rising.  EPA monitors the usage
of the various types of pesticides: insecticides,
herbicides, disinfectants, fungicides and rodenticides.
The safety and efficacy of a pesticide are evaluated in the
registration process.  An experimental use permit may be
issued to determine the risks and benefits.  Pesticides
registered as either general or restricted use must be
re-registered every 5 years.

Blair Ann;          Osmun John V;
Office of Pesticide Programs Operations Division;
  Certification of Pesticide Applicators
    18 min: 3/14 c: Aug 23, 1974
Pesticides
ABSTRACT:  Ann Blair, Office of Public Affairs, interviews
Dr. John V. Osmun, Director of the Operations Division,
Office of Pesticide Programs, about the certification of
pesticide applicators.  The purpose of certifying pesticide
applicators is to insure that pesticides, in particular
restricted pesticides, are applied properly. There uill be
tw9 groups of certified applicators, commercial and
private.  Private applicators uill generally be farmers.
The administration process for certification uill follow
the plan established by Congress.  Standards uill be set on
a national level while administered by a designated agency
in each state.  Enforcement is not anticipated to be a
problem.  For further information persons can contact the
EPA regional offices, the lead agency of each state, or the
cooperative extension service.

Train Russell;      Kirk Alan G;
  Train Kirk Press Conference Enforcement Programs
    59 min: 1/2 BCW reel: jul 25, 1974
Enforcement
ABSTRACT:  Russell Train and Alan Kirk provide an overview
of EPA's enforcement activities over the past 15 months in
a July 25 press conference.  Mr. Train also talks about
automotive fuel economy as related to catalytic converters
and transportation control strategies.  Mr. Kirk reports on
details and the history of EPA's enforcement programs in
the areas of air, water and pesticides.  Some of his
descriptions cover the period from 1956 to mid-1974.

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 Klingman Glen C;
 Eli Lilly and Company Plant Science Research;
 Weed Science Society of America;
 Office of Pesticide Programs;
   Fundamental Principals of Weed Control
     49 min: 3/4 C:  1975
 Herbicides: Weed control
 ABSTRACT:  Dr. Glen C. Klingman* Director of Plant Science
 Research, Eli Lilly and Company, presents a seminar on the
 fundamentals of weed control at the 1975 Weed Science
 Seminars sponsored by the Weed Science Society of America.
 Dr. Klingman's presentation is based on a textbook he has
 written.  After covering a history of weed control, he
 describes sociological aspects of agriculture.  Additional
 topics include types of weed costs; acres saved annually as
 a result of yield increases; prevention, control, and
 eradication of ueeds; weed classification; and methods of
 weed control.  Dr. Klingman also discusses chemicals as
vherbicides, application of herbicides and energy required
 for farming.
 NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only; tape 1 binds.  Tuo tapes:
 tape 1-42 minutes; tape 2-7 minutes.

 Frans Robert E;
 Weed Science Society of America;
 Office of  Pesticide Programs;
   Patterns of Herbicide Use
     38 rains 3/4 C: Mar 24, 1975
 Herbicides: Weed control
 ABSTRACT:  In the  1975 Weed Science Seminar for the Office
 of Pesticide Programs, sponsored by the Weed Science
 Society of America, Dr. Robert E. Frans, Agronomist at the
 University of Arkansas, presents a brief review of the
 history of weed control and current practices.  No method
 of weed control has ever been discarded.  Weed control has
 become a necessity and the most effective means to achieve
 it is through the  use of herbicides.  Dr. Frans describes
 the pattern of use of herbicides for agricultural
 enterprises in  the continental  United States for the
 following  crops: corn, grain sorghum, cotton, soybeans,
 small grains, forage  and grazing lands, rice, and vegetable
 crops.  Herbicides are also used to clear rights-of-way,
 such as highways,  for industrial purposes, and in forests.
 The science of  weed control is  young but necessary.  Its
 goal is the maximum production  of crops with a maximum
 protection of the  environment.

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Knake Ellery L;
Meed Science Society of America;
Office of Pesticide Programs;
  How Pesticide Users Think and Act
    55 min: 3/4 C-- Apr 4, 1975
Herbicides: Need control
ABSTRACT:  Dr. Ellery L. Knake, Professor of Weed Science,
Agronomy Department, University of Illinois, presents a
seminar on herbicides sponsored by the Meed Science Society
of America for the Office of Pesticide Programs.  An acre
of land will produce a given amount of dry matter and any
portion that goes to weeds will rob from crop production.
In the field of agriculture, the sale of herbicides exceeds
the sales of all other pesticides.  Dr. Knake describes
significant advances in the use of herbicides in recent
years.  A combination of cultivation and herbicides is the
most effective means of weed control.  Factors that a
farmer considers in selecting a herbicide are soil texture,
specific weeds to be treated, susceptibility, amount of
herbicide required, toxicity, and effect on crop.  A farmer
relies on EPA for assurances of the safety and
effectiveness of an herbicide.  Dr. Knake commends EPA for
its cooperation and helpfulness.
NOTES: Audio on ch. 2 only.

Doersch Donald E;
Weed Science Society of America;
Office of Pesticide Programs;
  Communicating with Pesticide Users
    52 min: 3/4 C: Apr 1975
Herbicides: Pesticides
ABSTRACT:  Dr. Donald E. Doersh, Professor of Weed Science
Extension, Agronomy Department, University of Wisconsin,
Madison, speaks on communication with pesticide users in a
1975 Weed Science Seminar sponsored by the Weed Science
Society of America for the Office of Pesticide Programs.
He describes the procedure of communication among pesticide
manufacturers, pesticide dealers, university extension
personnel, and pesticide users.  The university extension
programs factor heavily in the communication process.
Through good research data the university extension
programs make contentions and recommendation of pesticides
to dealers and users.  After describing the history and
development 9f university extension programs, Dr. Doersch
explains their involvement in the registration of
pesticides.  Communication of university extension research
is disseminated in pesticide dealer and custom applicators
meetings, grower or pesticide user meetings, special
events, and county agent training.
NOTES5  Audio on channel 2 only.

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Wells William;      Haustnann Ronald C;  Dzeer Ron;
Office of Pesticide Programs;
Office of General Counsel;
  Rebuttable Presumption Process A First Decision on Endrin
    20 rain: 3/4 C' Jul 14, 1976
Endrin
ABSTRACT^  The first notice of presumption against
registration of a pesticide has just been signed.  This
represents the first major action of this type which has
resulted from the full implementation of the procedure
known as the Rebuttable Presumption Against Registration
CRPAR) process.  To explain this action against endrin,
Bill Wells, Office of Pesticide Programs holds an informal
briefing with Ron Hausmann, an attorney with the Office of
General Counsel and Ron Dreer, Director of the Office of
Special Pesticide Reviews.  The RPAR process is described.
The triggers that endrin produced were oncogenic effects in
test animals, fetotoxic and teratogenic effects in test
animals, population reduction in non-target organisms, and
acute toxicity.  The entire process against endrin involves
collection and review of data on the pesticide, issuance of
notice of intent to presume against endrin, review
involving the public, and either issuance of a notice of
intent to register if benefits outweigh costs, or issuance
of a notice of cancellation if costs outweigh benefits.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

Waugh William T;
Office of Pesticide Programs Technical Services Division;
  Pesticides Product Information on Microfiche
    30 min: 3/4 C' Aug 13, 1976
Pesticides
ABSTRACT:  This instructional tape accompanies the
microfiche collection on pesticides product information.
William Waugh, an entomologist with the Office of Pesticide
Programs, describes this information source, how to use it,
and reviews sample questions.  The information included on
the fiche is the chemicals in a pesticide, their
concentrations, and sites, pests and registration numbers.
There are ten different sets of fiche, each containing
information organized by various access points• PM
assignment, pesticides products, pesticide companies,
chemical reference file, tolerance file, chemical
registration number, pesticide label data,
site/pest/registration number, pest/chemical, and
chemical/site/pest.
NOTES:  Play in mixed mode

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Waugh William T;
Office of Pesticide Programs Technical Services Division;
  Pesticides Product Information on Microfiche Program 2
    32 min: 3/4 C'- Dec 16, 1976
Pesticides
ABSTRACT:  William T. Waugh explains usage of the updated
Pesticides Product Information on Microfiche.  The October
1976 edition of the collection has been updated and
expanded, and is easier to use.  If this file were on paper
copy, it would be seventeen feet high and weigh over 400
pounds.   The ten different information sources are product
manager assignment, pesticide products (numeric and
alphabetic), pesticide companies (numeric and alphabetic),
chemical reference file (alphabetic and numeric), tolerance
by chemical and commodity, inverted chemical/registration
number,  pesticide label data, pest/chemical,
chemical/site/pest, and site/pest/chemical/registration
number.

Office of Enforcement;
  Overview of Pesticides Misuse Review Committee
    31 min: 3/4 c:  1977
Herbicides: Pesticides
ABSTRACT:  The EPA is responsible for assuring that
pesticides are used according to label directions and in a
manner that prevents any unreasonable risk of harm.  The
Office of Enforcement has established the Pesticides Misuse
Review Committee (PMRC) to evaluate cases of pesticide
misuse.   If a misuse of a pesticide occurs, the incident is
first investigated by an EPA regional office.  The
investigation report is then sent to EPA Headquarters in
Washington, D.C., for review by the  PMRC.  After the PMRC
reviews the case, it sends recommendations to the regional
office and advises actions to be taken.  A hypothetical
case review meeting of the PMRC examines an incident that
involves an aerial application of a pesticide.  The
circumstances of the incident are outlined, label
instructions explained, the pesticide's registration status
checked, Federal Insecticide, Fungicide and Rodenticide Act
regulations reviewed, and open dicussion held.  The
committee explores its options and then draws up its
recommendations.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only

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Dreer Ron;          Wells William;
Office of Special Pesticide Review;
  Rebuttable Presumption Against Registration
    18 min- 3/4 C: Jun 6, 1977
Pesticides
ABSTRACT1  Ron Dreer/ Director of the Office of Special
Pesticide Review, and Bill Wells, Acting Deputy Director of
the Office of Special Pesticide Review, provide a general
description of the Rebuttable Presumption Against
Registration (RPAR) process.  Mr, Dreer outlines a history
leading up to the development of the process.  The criteria
used in the process, how EPA reaches its decision, and how
the public can affect the decision are described next.  Mr.
Wells explains the four steps to the RPAR process.  These
are investigation of risk, rebuttal period, risk/benefit
analysis, and external review.  Throughout the entire
discussion, the public is strongly encouraged to
participate in the RPAR process.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 1 only

Uells William;      Hageman Fzed;       McGarity Tom;
Office of Pesticide Programs;
  Rebuttable Presumption Against Registration Toxaphene
    20 min: 3/4 C* May 17,  1977
Toxaphene
ABSTRACT'*  A notice of rebuttable presumption was signed on
May 12,  1977 against the registration of the pesticide
toxaphene, which has important agricultural uses.  The
purpose of this presentation is to explain the nature and
reasons for the rebuttable  presumption against registration
(RPAR) and to outline the rebuttal phase which is initiated
by the issuance of the RPAR.  Bill Wells/ Acting Deputy
Director  of the Office of Special Pesticide Review (OSPR),
together  with Fred Hageman, also of the OSPR, and Tom
McGarity, Office of General Counsel, discuss the status of
the situation.  Mr. Hageman described the background of
toxaphene.  It is the most  highly used insecticide in the
United States, is used most often on cotton, livestock,
soybeans, and peanuts, and  is a very persistent compound.
The exact reasons for the RPAR are its hasard to wildlife,
specifically aquatic life,  formation of tumors in mice and
rats, and changes in growth and bone composition in fish
and rats.  Its other adverse effects are mutagenesis,
endocrine, reproductive, enzymatic, and on non-target
organisms and endangered species.  Mr. McGarity outlines
the actions to be followed  in the rebuttal phase.
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McKenzie Jake;      Patton Dorothy E;   Hageman Fred;
Office of Pesticide Programs;
  Rebuttable Presumption Against Registration Lindane
    21 min: 3/4 C-- Jan 26, 1977
Lindane
ABSTRACT ••  A rebuttable presumption against registration
(RPAR) notice had been signed against the insecticide
Lindane.  Jake McKenzie, Assistant Director of the Office
of Special Pesticide Review/ Dorothy Patton, Attorney with
the Office of General Counsel, and Fred Hageman, Office of
Special Pesticide Review, discuss the current status of the
process.  Hooker Chemical was the sole US manufacturer
until 1976 when the company began to import the substance.
Lindane is used principally for sea treatment, large
animals, homes and gardens, orchards, forests, and humans.
It now has a worldwide distribution.  The risk criteria
that triggered the RPAR were oncogenic tumors in mice,
interference with the normal development of the fetus in
mice, rats, and dogs, causing increased numbers of
stillborns and birth defects and acute toxic effects to
aquatic species.  The effects for which EPA is currently
seeking information are hazards from Dermal and inhalation
exposure, population reduction in birds, and hemotoxic
effects in humans.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only
                    OMara Gerald;
Severn Dave;
Marker Suzanne;
Kayajanian Gary;
Office of Pesticide Programs;
  Treflan Trysben and Benzac Petition for Suspension
    18 min: 3/4 C:  1977
Treflan: Trysben: Benzac
ABSTRACT:  In February 1977 Congressmen Andrew McGuire and
Henry Waxman submitted a petition to EPA to suspend use of
three herbicides, Treflan, Trysben and Benzac.  Their
petition was submitted because these pesticides contain
carcinogenic nitrosamines and use of the pesticides
presents an imminent hazard to man and the environment.  In
a discussion led by Suzanne Harker, Project Manager of the
Office of Special Pesticide Review, Gerald O'Mara,
economist with the Criteria and Evaluation Division, Dave
Severn, chemist also with the CED, and Gary Kayajanian,
attorney in the Office of General Counsel, explain EPA's
decision not to suspend these pesticides.  In all cases the
risks to humans were very low, while benefits were high.
However, label directions for Trysben and Benzac will
change to require hand applicators to wear respirators and
protective clothing.  The EPA will continue to investigate
nitrosamine contaminated pesticides.

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000072              Waugh William T;    Kuroda Donna R;
                    Office of Pesticide Programs;
                      Rebuttable Presumption Against Registration Dimethoate
                        20 min: 3/4 C •• Sep 30, 1977
                    Dimethoate
                    ABSTRACT!  Bill Waugh, Office of Pesticide Programs, and
                    Donna Kuroda, Office of Research and Development discuss
                    the rebuttable presumption against registration (RPAR) for
                    dimethoate.  The RPAR has five steps (1) RPAR review, (2)
                    rebuttal phase, (3) risk-benefit analysis, (4) outside
                    review, and (5) public hearings.  Dimethoate is an
                    organophosphate and a short-lived systemic pesticide.  The
                    adverse effects are oncogenicity, mutagenicity, and
                    reproductive and fetotoxic effects.  The general population
                    is exposed to dimethoate in  foods.  Since dimethoate is
                    approved for home use, applicators are  also exposed.  A
                    complete review of dimethoate appears in the September 12,
                    1977 Federal Register.  Any  responses concerning the use or
                    effects of dimethoate are solicited.
                    NOTES:  play in mixed audio.

000073              Beshaw George;      Johnson  Edwin;
                    Office of Pesticide Programs;
                      Applicator Certification
                         12 min: 3/4 C: Sep 13, 1977
                    Pesticides
                    ABSTRACT:  in  1972 Congress  amended the Federal
                    Insecticide, Fungicide and Rodenticide  Act which changes
                    registration procedures for  pesticides.  Certain products
                    may  be classified for restricted use and may only be used
                    by certified applicators.  Most of the  training and
                    certification  is performed by state cooperative extension
                    services.  George Beshaw, Office of Pesticide Programs,
                    interviews several farmers to find out  how the
                    certification  program is working.  Their reactions were
                    generally positive.   The training classes cover pest
                    identification, attention to labeling,  knowledge of
                    pesticide formulations, application techniques  (including
                    equipment calibration), state and federal regulations, and
                    safe  pesticide  use.   The safe pesticide use  includes
                    protective equipment, environmental factors  to  be
                    considered,  safe  storage and disposal of pesticides, and
                    recognition  and treatment of poisoning  symptoms.
                    Commercial applicators must  undergo more stringent training
                    and  testing.   Edwin L. Johnson, Deputy  Assistant
                    Administrator  for Pesticides, describes why  certification
                    is so  important.
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Jellinek Steven;
Toxic Substances Division;
  Security Procedures for TSCA Confidential Business
  Information
    3:30 min: 3/4 G: May 1978
Confidentiality: Toxic Substances Control Act
ABSTRACT:  Steven Jellinek, Assistant Administrator for
Toxic Substances, reminds EPA employees of their serious
obligation to protect confidential business information
from unauthorized disclosure.  EPA requires large volumes
of data from industries to enforce the Toxic Substances
Control Act (TSCA).  Some industry data may be
confidential.  The security of this data is only as good as
the people who maintain it.  Mr. Jellinek encourages
employees to study the measures they must take to insure
confidentiality.  He also warns of penalties if these
measures are not followed.

Office of Toxic Substances Industry Assistance Office;
  Toxic Substances Control Act An Overview of Its
  Authorities and Major Activities
    27 min: 3/4 G: Nov 29, 1979
Toxic Substances Control Act
ABSTRACT:  In 1976 the Toxic Substances Cont^l Act (TSCA)
placed the entire chemical industry in the United States
under a broad based system of federal regulation.  TSCA
gives EPA a broad mandate to protect public health and the
environment from unreasonable risks.   The act does not
cover nuclear materials, tobacco, drugs, cosmetics, food
additives, food, firearms and ammunition, and pesticides
which are all regulated under different laws.  With over
44,000 different chemicals to regulate, EPA must gather
information on the chemicals, require testing of chemicals
identified as possible risks, screen new chemicals, and
control chemicals proven to present a risk.  EPA's major
activities will be inventorying chemicals, testing,
premanufacture notification, and control of substances
found to cause unreasonable hazards to public health or the
environment.  Industry, the government, and the public must
work together to accomplish the goals of the act.
NOTES-'  Audio on channel 1 only; slide transfer.

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000076              Jellinek Steven;    Hunter Marvin;
                    Office of Toxic Substances;
                      Security is Our Business
                        19 min: 3/4 C: Aug 1977
                    Toxic Substances Control Act: Confidentiality
                    ABSTRACT:  In enforcing the T9xic Substances Control Act,
                    EPA employees have an obligation to prevent any
                    confidential information from unauthorised disclosures.
                    Steven Jellinek explains that EPA has developed an
                    excellent security system, but is only as good as the
                    people who follow it.  Any violations uill be prosecuted.
                    The remainder of the tape, narrated by Marvin Hunter, is
                    dramatizations of the security procedures in practice.
                    Security procedures are not just common sense.  They
                    involve following the security manual or briefing booklet.
                    Some instances of procedures that must be followed are
                    demonstrated.  These are not discussing confidential
                    information in public places or on the telephone, keeping
                    all documents, notes, and one way typing ribbons locked in
                    steel boxes with three way combinations.  At meetings where
                    confidential information is discussed, all persons
                    attending must show identification and sign in and out.
                    The room must be secured when it is left.  All mail must be
                    sent registered with a return receipt required.
                    Interoffice mail is strictly forbidden.  If any questions
                    arise, the document control officer should be consulted.

000077              DiCarlo Frederick J;
                    Office of Testing and Evaluation;
                      Drug Metabolism
                        41 min: 3/4 C: Mar 20, 1979
                    Metabolism: Drugs
                    ABSTRACT:  This videotape is part of an informal, in-house
                    training program for staff in the Office of Testing and
                    Evaluation.  Dr. Frederick J. DiCarlo, consultant an
                    biochemical toxicology, introduces ideas on the
                    applicability of metabolic studies to the interface between
                    EPA and the chemical industry.  He does this by
                    demonstrating the parallelism between the Food and Drug
                    Administration and the drug industry, and allowing the
                    audience to draw comparisons.  The chemical industry
                    considers drug metabolites to be a component of toxicology.
                     Purposes of drug metabolism studies are drug discovery,
                    drug development, intellectual satisfaction, and
                    employment.  Drug metabolic studies interact with nine
                    other disciplines which must all coordinate their
                    activities.  Dr. DiCarlo describes the development and
                    testing of the substance oxysuran in detail.
                    NOTES?  Audio on ch. 2 only

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000078
000079
Seifter Joseph;
Office of Testing and Evaluation;
  Drug Metabolism
    47 min: 3/4 C' Apr 18, 1979
Metabolism: Drugs
ABSTRACT'  Dr. Joseph Seifter, Office of Testing and
Evaluation, discusses drug metabolism.  He describes four
cases that had been referred to EPA from other agencies.
In each instance he traces the pathway of a chemical
substance and the resulting effects on an organism.  The
first case, referred by the Occupational Safety and Health
Administration, involved isolating the substance that
causes meat wrapper's disease.  He found that benzyl
chloride produces antibodies in the pulmonary tract after
repeated exposure and causes an antigen-antibody reaction
with histimine release.  Another case from the Food and
Drug Administration concerned ortho esters.  The third
case, an orange dye, was found to be toxic, as were two
substances that it released.  Dr. Seifter attributed the
resulting death in rats from progressive failure of the
cardiovascular system.  The Frederick Cancer Research
Center submitted the final case discussed.  Biphenyl
nitrosamines were found to be carcinogenic.  Since urinary
bladder tumors had resulted. Dr. Seifter .concluded that
they were caused by aromatic amines.

Seifter Joseph;
Office of Testing and Evaluation;
  Benzene Effects on Blood and Reproduction
    61 min: 3/4 c: May 2, 1979
Benzene: Blood
ABSTRACT:  Dr. Joseph Seifter discusses a single structure,
benzene, and the number of toxic effects associated with
it.  Benzene has three basic effects when introduced into
an organism.  It can be an anesthetic if inhaled.  It has a
unique effect on bone marrow which is permanent and results
in leukemia 10-20 years later.  It produces disturbances in
the anatomical structure of the gonads, causing chromosomal
disarray.  The four elements of blood are red cells, white
cells, lymphocites, and platlets.  Benzene can adversely
affect the maturation and development of the blood cells in
the bone marrow.  In the reproductive system, benzene
frequently causes chromosome damage in the ovaries.  It can
also cause abnormal uterine bleeding, sterility,
mutagenesis, and/or teratogenesis.  Studies that were done
on rats were concluded before the benzene poisoning could
occur, so Dr. Seifter requested that they be redone.  Dr.
Seifter answers questions at the end of the seminar.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

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000080              Wells William?      Griffith Jack;      Duncan Robert D;
                    Blum Barbara;
                    Office of Pesticide Programs;
                      2,4,5-T and the Alsea Oregon Study
                        31 min: 3/4 G: Mar 2,  1979
                    Herbicides: 2,4,5-T
                    ABSTRACT^  Use of the herbicides 2,4,5-T and Silvax uere
                    banned on February 28, 1979.  Bill Wells, Office of
                    Pesticide Programs, discusses the decision of Administrator
                    Costle to ban the herbicides with Dr. Jack Griffith, Human
                    Effects Monitoring Branch, and Dr. Robert D. Duncan,
                    Division of Biostatistics, University of Miami.  A school
                    teacher in Alsea, Oregon,  alerted EPA to A possible
                    correlation between spraying of the herbicide 2,4,5-T and
                    spontaneous abortions.  Dr. Griffith describes the study
                    that EPA conducted and Dr. Duncan explains the statistical
                    significance of the results.  These results showed a
                    significant difference in  the adjusted number of abortions
                    in the study area compared with the control area, and a
                    statistical correlation between the amount and use of
                    2,4,5-T and the rate  of abortions.  Barbara Blum conducts a
                    press conference following the discussion to announce
                    emergency action to halt  the spraying of 2,4,5-T and silvax.

000081              Trip Counsellor Dierdre;
                    Brown Robert;       Poole  Charles;
                      Counsellor Dierdre  Trip  Discusses 2,4,5-T
                        9 min: 3/4 G: Apr 1979
                    2,4,5-T
                    ABSTRACT:  Counsellor Dierdre Trip of the City of Knox,
                    Australia, discusses  EPA's banning of the herbicide 2,4,5-T
                    with Bob Brown, Coordinator  of the EPA's Emergency
                    Suspension on 2,4,5-T, and Charles Poole, Epidemiologist
                    with the Office of Toxic  Substances.  The adverse
                    reproductive effects  observed at  extremely low levels of
                    2,4,5-T  and Dioxon prompted  the action.  The results of the
                    Alsea, Oregon, study  contributed  to the  discussion to ban
                    2,4,5-T.   There was a higher miscarriage rate in the study
                    area when  compared to the  control area.  A seasonal
                    fluctuation of the miscarriages also occurred.  The final
                    point of the study revealed  that  there was a statistical
                    correlation between the  spraying  of 2,4,5-T and the rate of
                    miscarriages.  The results,  when  compared to animal
                    studies, contributed  to  the  decision to  ban 2,4,5-T.  Other
                    studies  of 2,4,5-T have  been conducted in Italy, Vietnam
                    and Australia.
                    NOTES5   Play  in mixed audio.

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000082                Song of the Canary
                        56 min =  3/4 C'
                    Occupational health and safety '•  Industrial hygiene'
                    Industrial safety
                    ABSTRACT:  Coal miners used to take canaries into the mines
                    with them to detect the presence of deadly carbon monoxide.
                     This documentary shows two instances where workers
                    themselves have replaced the canary.  The first is at an
                    Oxy chemical manufacturing plant in the San Joachim Valley,
                    CA.  Workers displayed many symptoms which included
                    sterility.  The company would not admit that the chemicals
                    could cause  sterility until tests were performed that
                    proved otherwise.  In 1961, DBCP was found to cause
                    sterility and workers had been exposed to it for years.  It
                    also causes  cancer.  None of the workers had been told of
                    the hazards  of the chemicals.  The cotton textile industry
                    in the Carolinas employs about half the people in the
                    states.  Cotton dust from mills had been causing bysinosis,
                    also known as brown lung, for generations and disabling
                    workers.  No one told the workers that their breathing
                    problems were caused by cotton dust.  In 1975, the Carolina
                    Brown Lung Association formed and began to educate mill
                    workers.  Workers were unable to receive workmen's
                    compensation.  This lead to Senate hearings.  The result
                    was a 4 year delay in payments.   In each o-f these cases,
                    industry and its profits took precedence over workers
                    health and safety.
                    NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

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000083              Hill Bonnie;        Gibbs Lois;
                      Plague on Our Children
                        120 min: 3/4 C- Oct 2,  1979
                    Dioxin •• Polychlorinated biphenyls: 2i4,5-T
                    ABSTRACT^  This off-air transfer of a Nova program is about
                    the most dangerous and widespread contaminants in the
                    world* dioxin, 2,4,5-T, and PCBs. Herbicides, derived from
                    benzene and containing dioxin, have been used extensively.
                    Although their hazards had  been known for a long time,
                    Bonny Hill finally demonstrated a link between spraying
                    2,U,5-T and spontaneous abortions in Alsea, OR, in 1979
                    which stimulated a ban. Industry tests of the substance had
                    shown no toxic effects at low levels. Independent
                    laboratories found no level at which 2,4,5-T is not toxic.
                    Vietnam veterans, exposed to agent orange, have
                    demonstrated various serious symptoms, but the Veteran's
                    Administration has not acknowledged any known chronic
                    effects from the herbicide.  Hoedads, who plant seedlings
                    in sprayed areas, also show the same symptoms.  PCBs are
                    found in tissues of every living thing.  No safe level has
                    been found for it.  Monsanto, its manufacturer, always knew
                    that it is highly poisonous, but continued to make it until
                    it was banned under the Toxic Substances Control Act in
                    1979.  Sites of serious contamination, such as Warren
                    County, SC, Wilsonville, IL, and Love Canal, where Lois
                    Gibbs became actively involved, are documented.
                    NOTES:  Two tapes:  tape  1  - 63 minutes, tape 2-57
                    minutes.

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000084
000085
                                        08/04/83  PAGE     45

Williams Marcia;    Wells William;
Special Pesticide Review Division;
  New Pesticide Registration Standards
    20 min: 3/4 C- Jan 7, 1980
Pesticides
ABSTRACTS:  Marcia Williams, Director of the Special
Pesticide Revieu Division, and Bill Wells, Deputy Director,
describe new registration standards process for pesticides.
  The new standards have been incorporated into the 1978
amendments to the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide and
Rodenticide Act. Rather than reviewing each pesticide, the
new process requires evaluation of active ingredients in
chemical groups. The five steps in the process are: 1)
Compilation of a bibliography and database of active
ingredients. 2) Evaluation by EPA science and technology
staff of compiled data. 3) Development of proposed
regulatory position based on identification and evaluati9n
of risks. 4) Publication of draft standard and solicitation
of public comment. 5) Publication of final notice
incorporating the public's comments.  There are four
sections in the final standard 1) Review of all scientific
studies of the chemical. 2) Evaluation of the seriousness
of hazards. 3) Other information such as a complete
regulatory history and a list of acceptable uses. 4) A
bibliography.  Another section that will not be published,
but kept in EPA files, concerns scientific' data and other
confidential data.

Blum Barbara;
Browning Jackson B;
Gore Albert;        Lesher Richard;
Chamber of Commerce of the USA;
  It Your Business Chemicals Help or Hazard
    30 min: 3/4 C- Jan -1980
Chemical industry
ABSTRACT:  In a panel discussion with Barbara Blum, US
Environmental Protection Agency; Jackson B. Browning, Union
Carbide Corp.; Albert Gore, Jr., Congressman from Tennessee
and Richard Lesher, Chamber of Commerce of the USA, the
chemical industry and its practices are examined.  Our
quality of life has improved significantly because of
chemicals, but people are fearful of the consequences of
industry practices.  Disposal of hasardous wastes was, and
is, not done properly and there are estimated to be 1,200
to 2,600 sites similar to love Canal needing to be cleaned
up.  Financial responsibility for the clean-up operations
belongs to the companies that left the site, but abandoned
sites create special problems.  The pending Superfund is
mentioned.
NOTES1  Audio on channel 2 only.

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000086              Office of Public Affairs;
                      Project Safeguard
                        21 min: 3/4 C'
                    Pesticides
                    ABSTRACT:  prganophosphate pesticides replaced many uses of
                    DDT.  This is a story of two investigative reporters who
                    travel to Hollergen, Texas, in the lower Rio Grande Valley,
                    to study the use of the organophosphate pesticides.  These
                    pesticides have no long term effect on the environment, but
                    are more dangerous for people to handle.  Because of its
                    high level of toxicity, safe handling practices are
                    essential.  Most of these are common sense measures such as
                    storing in locked, well-ventilated locations and reading
                    and following label instructions.  Regular medical exams
                    should also be part of a regular routine.  When the
                    pesticides are applied, protective clothing must be worn,
                    work should be done in pairs, and children should not be in
                    the vicinity.  There should be no eating, smoking, or
                    drinking.  After the application, all persons should wash
                    with soap and water, and dispose of containers properly.
                    In the case of poisoning, phone numbers should be readily
                    available and pesticide labels taken along to the doctor.
                    Both ground and aerial applications are demonstrated.
                    NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

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000087              Oil Chemical and Atomic Workers;
                    Office of Pesticides and Toxic Substances;
                      Occupational Health Seminar Toxics in the Workplace Part 1
                        62 min:  3/t C: Jan 13, 1981
                    Occupational health and safety Industrial hygiene:
                    Industrial safety
                    ABSTRACT^  EPA's Office of Pesticides and Toxic Substances
                    cosponsored  an Occupational Health Seminar with the Oil,
                    Chemical, and Atomic Workers Union.  It was an open forum
                    for some workers to present their common experiences with
                    toxics in the workplace.  They recount several typical
                    cases in which they were told very little information.  It
                    was through  suspicion by observation that workers
                    themselves became epidemiologists.  Workers believe that it
                    is necessary that those who know must tell those who need
                    to know.  Incidents described demonstrate that information
                    was withheld from workers.  In a panel discussion, the
                    first worker describes a plant where asbestos had
                    penetrated everywhere.  Workers requested medical exams,
                    but even test results were misrepresented so workers would
                    not know the seriousness of the situation.  The second
                    worker describes known liver toxins being used for years.
                    Workers in that section figured it out when they began to
                    have liver diseases, cancer, heart arrhythmia, spontaneous
                    abortions, and mutagenic births.  Another incident involves
                    DES in the workplace and the resulting feminization of the
                    male work force.
                    NOTES:  Unedited.

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000088              Oil Chemical and Atomic Workers;
                    Office of Pesticides and Toxic Substances;
                      Occupational Health Seminar Toxics in the Workplace Part 2
                        62 min: 3/4 0= Jan 13, 1981
                    Occupational health and safety: Industrial hygienes
                    Industrial safety
                    ABSTRACT:  The session from the previous tape (no. 000087)
                    continues on this tape.  The final worker tells of
                    hazardous pollution by the company he worked for.  After he
                    had testified before a Senate committee for the Superfund,
                    he lost his job and was sued for six million dollars.  The
                    seminar chairman describes day to day work of the union.
                    The union sponsors health and safety committees that
                    frequently encounter resistance from the companies not
                    wanting to share information.  In their studies the
                    committees discovered that hospitals do not know what to do
                    with patients who have been exposed to toxic substances.
                    Oil, Chemical and Atomic Workers (OCAW) has its own doctor
                    who has had three successes with industrial safety and
                    hygiene.  She describes two of the cases.  In each
                    instance, the members of the local union identified a
                    medical problem.  The doctor did a walk through of the
                    plant and examined the workers.  Based on her findings, she
                    made recommendations for improvements.  In a case with
                    Goodyear in Niagara Falls, the company funded the doctor's
                    research.
                    NOTES:  Unedited.

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000089
000090
                                        08/04/83  PAGE     4«

Oil Chemical and Atomic Uorkers;
Office of Pesticides and Toxic Substances;
  Occupational Health Seminar Toxics in the Workplace Part 3
    59 min-- 3/4 C: Jan 13, 1981
Occupational health and safety: industrial hygiene:
Industrial safety
ABSTRACT:  In this continuation of the Occupational Health
Seminar, the unions express a desire for certain rights on
the job.  Some of these rights include the right to have
access to medical information and to monitoring data, the
right to have their own physicians and to know what toxic
substances are in the work place.  This -information is not
currently available.  The unions have learned to be
skeptical of company information.  An industrial hygienist
describes a union's observations of the Toxic Substances
Control Act (TSCA).  After a review of premanufacture
notices (PUN), he found that the process had become a rote
procedure for the companies.  They were using key phrases
that sounded good on paper, but in practice frequently
resulted in unsafe exposure.  Quite often in the PUN, the
company name is not given so the unions cannot know where a
substance is to be manufactured.  52 percent of the PMNs
did not have toxicity data submitted.  He also points out
that there is no prpvision in TSCA for workers who have
been exposed to toxic substances to be notified of their
exposure by the company.  EPA must be notified, but not the
workers.
NOTES:  Unedited.

Oil Chemical and Atomic Uorkers;
Office of Pesticides and Toxic Substances;
  Occupational Health Seminar Toxics in the Workplace Part 4
    29 min: 3/4 C: Jan 13, 1981
Occupational health and safety: industrial hygiene:
Industrial safety
ABSTRACT:  The Occupational Health Seminar closes with a
question and answer session.  Final points are made.  A
situation that frequently recurs in the industry is a
company firing a worker for getting sick from conditions on
the job, rather than changing the conditions.  Both the  ,
union and EPA express a desire to interrelate and help each
other improve conditions.  Unfortunately, understaffing in
EPA, as in the Occupational Safety and Health
Administration, prevent the agency from doing a thorough
job.  The chairman of the seminar re-emphasized the need
for help by citing a Presidential report that disclosed
that more people die each year from occupationally induced
disease.
NOTES:  Unedited.

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000091
000092
                                        08/04/83  PAGE     50

Tipermas Marc;
Office of Hazardous Emergency Response;
  Superfund Briefing
    17 min: 3/U C'- Feb- 27, 1981
Hazardous wastes
ABSTRACT:  Marc Tipermas of the Policy and Program
Management Division under the Office of Hazardous Emergency
Response, provides a briefing on the Superfund to EPA field
personnel.  He describes the organizational structure of
the Office of Hazardous Emergency Response. Mr. Tipermas
emphasises the difference of the Superfund program from
other EPA programs.  There must be a balance between
response and enforcement activities and EPA must induce
clean-up efforts in the private sector.  With a number of
ways to clean up waste sites, EPA must consider all options
and choose the best.  The Superfund is a comprehensive
program for cleaning up all types of waste and gives EPA
response authority, enforcement authority, removal
authority, and power for remedial actipn.  The distinction
between emergency and remedial action is not always exact,
but the two activities must be enforced in-conjunction with
each other.  Mr. Tipermas invites field and regional
personnel to put forth their efforts to make the program
work.
NOTES:  Unedited.

EPA Region 7 Surveillance and Analysis Division;
Emergency Response Team EPA;
  Investigation of the Denney Farm Site
    22 min: 3/4 C •• Feb 1981
Hazardous wastes: Sampling
ABSTRACT:  In  1971 a pharmaceutical company buried wastes
that may have contained dioxin on the Denney farm site in
Verona, Mo.  The company did not tell Mr.  Denney of any
hazardous substances that they may have buried there.  This
tape is a documentary of the site investigation.  EPA began
its investigation with interviews of eyewitnesses, and
included town meetings and regular news media briefings.
It was a success because the investigation was well
planned, coordinated, and took into consideration emergency
contingencies, on-site safety, proper sampling, chain of
custody techniques, and security of the site when the field
investigation was completed.  Safety procedures and
sampling techniques are demonstrated.
NOTES:   Audio on both channels.

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000093
000094
                                        08/04/83  PAGE     51

Elliott Bruce;      Gunter Bill;        Huemmer Jim;
Office of Toxic Substances Industry Assistance Office;
  Overview of PCBs Today Part 1 Industrial Uses
  Transformers and Capacitors Health Effects
    16 mins 3/4 C: Jun 18, 1981
Polychlorinated biphenyls
ABSTRACT--  Bruce Elliott leads a panel discussion with Bill
Gunter and Jim Huemmer on the industrial uses of PCB's,
followed by the current status of transformers and
capacitors.  Historical uses of PCB's include heat transfer
and hydraulic fluids, additives for plastioizexs>
by-products in paints, pigments, and inks-,—and dielectric
fluid in transformers and capacitors.  There are an
estimated number of 140,000 PCB transformers, 5 to 6
million utility and commercially owned capacitors, and an
estimated 35 million PCB contaminated oil-filled
transformers.  Substitutes for PCB's are being developed.
Some health concerns of PCB's are that it causes tumors,
affects the liver, has adverse reproductive effects, and
causes chloracne.  PCB's are not soluable in water and when
ingested, will stay in the fatty tissue, causing
bioaccumulation over a period of time.  There is no known
antidote.  Worker safety can be enhanced by protective
clothing and education.

Elliott Bruce;      Fletcher Donna;     Niemiec Peter;
Hunts Glen;         Huemmer Jim;
Office of Toxic Substances Industry Assistance Office;
  Overview of PCBs Today Part 2 EPA Ban Regulations
  Disposal and Storage Interim Measures
    26 min: 3/4 G: Jun 18, 1981
Polychlorinated biphenyls
ABSTRACT:  Bruce Elliott continues his discussion on the
regulation of PCB's with Donna Fletcher and Peter Niemiec.
Under the Toxic Substances Control Act, with certain
exceptions, the manufacture, processing, distribution and
use of PCB's in other than totally enclosed manner are
banned.  The strategy for enforcement includes stiff
penalties for violations.  Glen Kuntz estimates there are
about 20 million pounds of PCB's in storage.  Four methods
of disposal are landfills, incineration, disposal in high
efficiency boilers, and chemical methods.  Interim measures
on transformers and capacitors require visual inspections
of PCB containing transformers and capacitors.  In food and
feed establishments, the inspections must occur every week,
in other facilities every three months.  Clean-up of
moderate leaks must occur within two days.  Food and feed
facilities must report moderate leaks to EPA.  Records of
inspections, leaks, and servicing must be kept for 3 years.
 EPA is disseminating information on the interim measures
through the Federal Register, press releases and directly
to trade groups.

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000095
000096
                                        08/04/83  PAGE     52

SunOhio;
  PCBX
    11 mint 3/4 C'- May 22, 1981
Polychlorinated biphenyls
ABSTRACT•   This film is a slide transfer of a program on a
way to solve the environmental problem of dealing with
hundreds of millions of gallons of transformer oils which
are contaminated by toxic PCB's.  The PCBX process totally
destroys PCB's in transformer oils, yet permits reclamation
of the valuable oils in which they have been inadvertently
mixed.  The entire process is described.  The PCB
molecules, biphenyls, have had chlorine atoms added.  The
PCBX process strips biphenyls of their attached chlorine
atoms, converting the latter into harmless chlorides.  The
biphenyls are then converted to polymetric solids which are
insoluable in water, heat stable, and nonsensitising.  This
process, which will be offered commercially, destroys
PCB's, conserves valuable oils, protects the environment,
is EPA approved, and is mobile.  It was developed by
SunOhio.
NOTES'  Tape transfer Jun 2, 1981.

Dyer Robert S;
Office of Radiation Programs;
  Radioactive Waste Management A Survey and Analysis of
  Ocean Disposal Sites
    29 min: 3/4 C-   1976
Radioactive waste disposal: Ocean waste disposal
ABSTRACT:  Robert Dyer, pffice of Radiation Programs,
describes the investigation of deep ocean radioactive
disposal sites.  The purposes of the investigations  were to
determine the fate of the material that had been dumped,
and if  the practice could continue.  Three sites were
investigated, two in the Pacific and one in the Atlantic.
Dr. Dyer draws five preliminary conclusions arising  from
the survey- 1) The feasibility of using submcrsibles of
  Precisely surveyed ocean dump sites to a depth of 9,000
  eet has been established. 2) Plutonium and cesium
contamination can be directly attributable to releases from
radioactive waste packages. 3) The potential for physical
transport by currents has been identified in the 9,000 foot
site.  4) Preliminary evidence on the condition of
containers indicates the need for pressure equalisation
devices on packages where the ingredients may not be
homogeneously mixed. 5) The presence of contaminants in
these  radioactive dump sites has not yet been translated
into  any health risks to man or to the marine environment
NOTES-  English on channel 2, Japanese on channel  1.

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000097
000098
                                        08/04/83  PAGE     53

Janes David E;      Tell Richard;       Hollis John;
Electromagnetic Radiation Analysis Branch;
Office of Radiation Programs;
  Environmental Survey of Nonionizing Radiation
    25 min: 3/4 C:  1976
Radiation measurement
ABSTRACT:  Non-ionising radiation frequencies are located
below the visible spectrum,  David E. Janes  and Richard
Tell of the Electromagnetic  Radiation Analysis Branch,
discuss survey techniques of non-ionizing radiation with
John Hollis.  EPA has developed  the Electromagnetic
Radiatiion Analysis Van.  It has seven antennas for
monitoring all radio bands.  The scanning spectrum analyzer
monitors radio signals which are then submitted to a data
reduction analysis by a mini-computer.  The  result
determines radiation as a value  of frequency.  The
principal source of non-ionizing radiation is broadcast
towers.  Other sources are satellite communication
antennas, weather radar in airplane nose cones, and
electric power transmission  lines.

Office of Radiation Programs;
  Field Survey and Laboratory  Analyses
    29 min: 3/4 C'  1976
Radiation measurement
ABSTRACT:  Techniques for the  sampling and measurement of
environmental radiation levels are demonstrated in this
tape.  Field studies are conducted with the  mobile
laboratory.  Some of the instruments in it for testing are
the pressurised ion chamber, sodium iodide simulator, and
cascade impactor.  Thermal lucidescent dosimeters, which
are left in the field for months, are used for long term
gamma measurement.  Water and  sediment samples cannot be
handled by the mobile laboratory and must be taken to the
Eastern Envirpnmental Radiation  Facility in  Montgomery,
Alabama.  A similar facility for the western half of the
United States is located in  Las  Vegas.  The  Montgomery
laboratory is involved in a  long-term study  of the effects
of phosphate mining and milling.  In addition to this
study, the laboratory analyzes a great number of samples
each year.  Sample preparation techniques are a major part
of the analysis process to measure gamma, beta, and alpha
radiation.  Many analysis and  sample preparation practices
'lare demonstrated.

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000099              James Caroll;       Lapp Ralph;         Abbotts John;
                    Robinson John;      Reilly Margaret;    Smith David;
                    Roue William D;
                    Office of Radiation Programs;
                      Fifth Line of Containment Program  1
                        47 min: 3/4 C:'  1976
                    Containment: Radiation hazards
                    ABSTRACT:  The first line of containment is the uranium
                    pellets.  The second line of containment is the fuel rods.
                    The third line of containment is the  reactor vessel.  The
                    fourth line of containment is the containment building.
                    The fifth line of containment is the  plans made by  an
                    interagency task group with state and local officials to
                    minimize any hazard to the public if  radioactive gas is
                    released into the environment.  Caroll  James introduces
                    members of the Emergency Response Team  which includes Dr.
                    Ralph Lapp, John Abbotts, John  Robinson, Margaret Reilly
                    and David Smith.  Mr. James interviews  Dr. William  D. Roue.
                     Dr. Roue describes the engineered safeguards and controls,
                    the working of the interagency  task  group and EPA's role in
                    the fifth line of.containment.  The  Emergency Response Team
                    discusses different aspects of  the fifth line of
                    containment.

000100              James Caroll;       Roue William D;     Smith David;
                    Reilly Margaret;    Lapp Ralph;         Logsdon Joseph E;
                    Office of Radiation Programs;
                      Fifth Line of Containment Program  2
                        36 min: 3/4 C:   1976
                    Containment: Radiation hazards
                    ABSTRACT:  This tape begins the same  as the preceding tape
                    (no. 000099), but has a different panel discussion  in the
                    second half.  Caroll James leads a discussion uith  David
                    Smith, Margaret Reilly, Ralph Lapp,  and Joseph Logsdon on
                    the document "Protective Action Guides  and Protective
                    Actions for Nuclear Incidents".

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000101              Catalan Elisabeth;  Bertell Rosalie;    Mihail Emma;
                    Kazkanen Miriam;    Shetzom Susan;      Hazdy Claza;
                    Hardy Martha;
                      Women and Radiation Testimony from Citizens Hearings
                        59 min: 3/4 C: Apr 12, 1980
                    Radiation effects: Radiation injuries
                    ABSTRACT: Citizens' Hearings for Radiation Victims uere
                    held on April 12, 1980.  Several women spoke about their
                    own, and their family's experiences with radiation.
                    Elizabeth Catalan, St. George, Utah, was exposed to
                    radiation during nuclear tests.  Her father died
                    prematurely.  When Elizabeth became pregnant, her baby
                    dissolved in her body.  Dr. Rosalie Berjtell strongly warns
                    of the destruction and accelerated aging that radiation can
                    cause to succeeding generations.  Emma Nihail was given
                    radiation treatment when she was pregnant and bore a
                    damaged child.  Unknown to her, her attempts at a lawsuit
                    were undermined by her lawyer's conflict of interest.
                    Miriam Karkanen's husband died from exposure to radiation
                    at Rockwell International.  Susan Shetrqm described the
                    physical, psychological, and financial trauma of Three Mile
                    Island residents.  Clara and Martha Hardy recount the
                    plight of their husband and father who died from radiation
                    poisoning, resulting from exposure in a uranium mine.
                    Martha is now displaying symptoms of radiation poisoning.
                    NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

000102              Train Russell;      Blair Ann;
                    Office of Public Affairs;
                      Amendment to the Clean Air Act
                        30 min: 3/4 G: Mar 28, 1974
                    Clean Air Act
                    ABSTRACT:  Russell E. Train, EPA Administrator, reports on
                    the proposed amendment to the Clean Air Act.  Ann Blair
                    presents questions that have arisen from EPA employees.
                    Most of the amendment was put together by EPA.  The
                    amendment will allow the authorization for extensions of
                    deadlines for achieving clean air standards.  If violators
                    have shown good faith in trying to meet standards,
                    extensions will be granted.  If they have not shown good
                    faith in trying to meet standards, civil and criminal
                    penalties will be enforced.  The new amendment also permits
                    the use of experimental technology.  The purpose of the
                    amendment is to allow more time and flexibility in reducing
                    air pollution.  EPA will resist any weakening of the Clean
                    Air Act.

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000103              Stork Eric 0;       Warhouse Karen;     Albert Ray;
                    Mobile Source Air Pollution Control;
                      Catalytic Converter An Analysis
                        39 min' 3/4 C-  1976
                    Catalytic reactors exhaust systems
                    ABSTRACT5  Eric Stork, Deputy Administrator, Office of
                    Mobile Source Air Pollution Control, discusses catalytic
                    converters with Karen Warhouse.  Catalytic converters,
                    which look like mufflers, remove carbon monoxide and
                    hydrocarbons, but create sulfuric acid.  The catalytic
                    converter is not the only way to achieve air pollution
                    standards.  However, the fuel economy is also improved from
                    the converter.  Three questions that arise about the
                    sulfuric acid from catalytic converters are:  1) How much
                    sulfuric acid is emitted from tailpipes? 2) What happens to
                    the sulfuric acid when it is released to the atmosphere? 3)
                    What is the health implication of exposure to the ambient
                    sulfuric acid from cars?  Automobiles with catalytic
                    converters and without air pumps do not emit a
                    significantly greater amount of sulfuric acid than cars
                    without the converters.  Dr. Ray Albert discusses the
                    biological and health effects of sulfates.  They can cause
                    irritation of the respiratory tract in persons with lung
                    disease.  Further research is being conducted.

000104              Mesumet Inc;        EPA Region 5;
                      Those Hazy Days of Summer
                        7 mins 3/1 C- Aug 4,  1978
                    Ozone
                    ABSTRACT5  This is a series of five one-minute segments on
                    ozone pollution.  The first part introduces the problem.
                    The second part describes how ozone is formed.  How ozone
                    travels and  its effects on crops are covered in the third
                    segment.  The fourth segment shows  its varipus effects on
                    human health.  The final part lists suggestions for
                    controlling  ozone.

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000105              American Lung Association;
                    Environmental Protection Agency;
                      Air Pollution The Facts
                        28 min: 3/4 C:  1976
                    Air pollutions Air pollution effects humans
                    ABSTRACT:  Air pollution is a complex mixture of solid
                    particles, liquids, and gases actxng and reacting* forming
                    new, often toxic, compounds.  In this film transfer, twelve
                    leading scientists, physicians, and engineers share their
                    latest findings and deep concerns about the health effects
                    of air pollution, the problems and possibilities of
                    controlling air pollution, and the social and economic
                    factors affecting decisions.  Four ma jor_ pollutants— ozone,
                    carbon monoxide, particulate matter and" suTfates— are
                    discussed by specialists.  The specific effects on the
                    respiratory system and its long range implications for
                    human health are discussed next.  Air pollution can affect
                    areas quite distant from the source.  Automobile and power
                    plants are major concerns as sources of pollution.  The
                    cost of cleaning up air pollution is clearly less than the
                    cost of living with it.

000106              American Lung Association;
                    Environmental Protection Agency;
                      On the Road to Clean Air
                        16 rain' 3/H C: Nov 1979
                    Automobile exhaust
                    ABSTRACT:  in 1978 the states were not able to meet air
                    quality health standards established by EPA.  As a
                    solution, inspection and maintenance programs have been
                    designed to control automobile emissions.  The carbon
                    monoxide and hydrocarbons from automobiles are measured.
                    Maintenance is either suggested or required to correct cars
                    with high levels in either category.  The maintenance costs
                    to bring cars within standards are usually very reasonable.
                     Air pollution affects people's lungs, and most frequently
                    the elderly and children uith asthma.  Air pollution is
                    everyone's problem and is therefore everyone's
                    responsibility.
                    NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

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000107              Environmental Protection Agency;
                      Implementing an Inspection Maintenance Program Some Notes
                      for Planners
                        31 min: 3/4 C: Aug  1979
                    Automobile exhaust: Exhaust emissions
                    ABSTRACT:  Areas that do not meet air quality standards
                    must implement inspection/maintenance programs  (I/M).  Four
                    cases of state inspection programs are discussed and
                    demonstrated as examples for planners implementing their
                    own programs.  Arizona  began its inspection program in
                    1976.  It is a centralized contractor run facility that is
                    completely computerized and test results cannot be tampered
                    with.  Nevada has a decentralised inspection program at
                    authorized service stations.  It is the most cost effective
                    approach for Nevada's une.ven population.  Oregon has a
                    state run inspection program.  Notwithstanding  limited
                    funds, the program is successful.  New Jersey added
                    emission checks to their state motor vehicle inspection in
                    1974.  The first inspection of an automobile takes place at
                    a centralized inspection station and re-inspection at
                    decentralized locations.  Training and cooperation with
                    maintenance people is essential for a successful program.
                    The ultimate goal of an I/M program is the improvement of
                    air quality.  To insure a good continuing program the state
                    must inform the public  about I/M, why it is needed, how it
                    works, how much it is going to cost, and what benefits they
                    can expect.

000108              E Bruce  Harrison Company;
                      Clean  Air Act Amendments of  1981
                         10 min: 3/n c: Jun  8,  1982
                    Air pollution abatement
                    ABSTRACT:  Congressional consideration of the Clean Air Act
                    has generated debate.   Much of that debate has  been covered
                    by the media and much of that  coverage has favored the
                    environmentalist's point of view.  Now balance  is being
                    brought  to local media  coverage in various parts of the
                    country.   A new grassroots communications program,
                    sponsored  by the Clean  Air Working Group is raising the
                    voice of industry and labor in the Clean Air Act debate.
                    News segments from the  cities  of Allentown PA,  Cedar Rapids
                    and Dubuque 10, Long Island and Syracuse NY, Muskogee and
                    Tulsa OK and New Orleans LA are included that cover labor
                    and industry's  point of view
                    NOTES:   Audio on channel 2 only.

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000109              Blair Ann;          Jordan William;     Browne Richard;
                    Office of Public Affairs;
                      Thermal Effluent Limits
                        22 min: 3/4 C =   1974
                    Thermal effluents
                    ABSTRACT:  Ann Blair, Office of Public Affairs, talks with
                    William Jordan, a chemical engineer in the Permit
                    Assistance and Evaluation Division, and Richard Browne
                    about thermal effluent limits.  September 25,  1974 marked
                    the prpmulgation of section 316A of the Federal Water
                    Pollution Control Act and also the release of  regulations
                    for steam electric power generation effluent guidelines.
                    The purpose of their discussion is to give a summary of the
                    requirements and what EPA proposes to djQ-V-is-a-vis these
                    important steps.  The purpose of section 316a  is to allow
                    exemptions to the thermal requirements of sections 301 and
                    306 if they are too stringent.  Mr. Jordan describes the
                    technical guidance manual which provides assistance to
                    regional offices for determining 316A considerations.  The
                    six major portions included in the technical manual are 1)
                    selection of the representative important species, 2)
                    demonstration type, 3) engineering and hydrologic data
                    requirements, 4) determining a mixing zone, 5) running a
                    thermal load analysis, and 6) community studies.  Mr.
                    Browne outlines the procedures for industries  to apply for
                    316A variances.
                    NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

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000110              Adams Ken;          Snyder Howard;      Larapel Howard J;
                    Landers Bob;
                    Spill Prevention and Control Branch;
                      Oil Spill Briefing
                        45 min: 3/4-C: Feb 24, 1975
                    Oil spills
                    ABSTRACT^  This tape contains briefings from four oil spill
                    incidents.  Ken Adams, marine biologist. Spill Prevention
                    and Control Branch, describes incident involving the
                    Mettulla on Aug 9, 1974 near Chile.  He shows slides of
                    effects of the oil on beach, intertidal channels, and
                    wildlife 6 months after the spill.  Since no attempt had
                    been made to clean up the spill,  resulting damage was
                    significant.  The 2d incident, involving a Japanese
                    supertanker in the Straits of Singap9re, is described by
                    Howard Snyder, sanitary engineer.  Spill Prevention and
                    Control Branch.  Clean-up operation consisted primarily of
                    applications of chemical dispersants frequently applied
                    inappropriately.  International  aspects of the situation
                    and logistics of unloading a supertanker added to the
                    complexity of the procedure.  Howard J. Lampel,
                    Environmental Emergency Branch,  Region 3, describes the
                    Delaware River fires and spill involving the Corinthos and
                    Queenie, and EPA's involvement in the clean-up.  He also
                    comments on clean-up operations  of an oil spill near Puerto
                    Rico.  Bob Landers, National Environmental Research Center,
                    Las Vegas, talks about photo assistance his facility
                    provided in the Delaware River incident.
                    NOTES:  Unedited.

000111              Suarles John R;     Kirk Alan G;
                      For a Clean Drink of Water
                        6 min: 3/4 c •• Mar  1975
                    Drinking water: Safe Drinking Water Act
                    ABSTRACT:  John R. Suarles, EPA  Deputy Administrator,
                    discusses  the Safe Drinking Water Act.  He points out the
                    hazards in the reuse of water and the need to accelerate
                    pollution  control programs.  Although old waterborne
                    diseases are now gone, other threats include chemicals,
                    viruses, and other substances.   To remove this potential
                    threat to  public health, we must launch a vigorous
                    nationwide effort to carry out the provisions of the new
                    Safe  Drinking Water Act.  Its purpose is to insure  that all
                    who are served by a public water system are receiving a
                    safe  supply of water.  This will be accomplished through
                    the establishment of a national  minimum standard of quality
                    for drinking water.  The primary responsibility for this
                    goal  will  fall on the utility companies who will be
                    assisted  and guided by state and local  authorities.  EPA
                    will  provide technical and financial assistance.  The
                    ending segment of Alan G. Kirk's farewell message follows
                    Mr. Quarles' discussion.

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000112              Water Planning Division;
                      208 Mater Planning
                        60 rain: 3/4 C'  1975
                    Mater quality management
                    ABSTRACT:  This tape is a video montage of 6 films and
                    slide presentations from three EPA regions on 208 water
                    quality management programs.  The film "Tom Lehrer Sings
                    Pollution" opens the collection and recurs throughout.  A
                    slide presentation from Region 8 describes the Aquarius
                    Project* whose goal is clean water for the future.  It is
                    followed by a film from Region 10 called "Clear Mater
                    Match."  Through areawide wasteuater management planning
                    and financial planning, the region will solve water
                    pollution problems to make waters fishable and suimable by
                    1983.  A slide presentation from Regionr3 describes the
                    regi9n's 208 planning activities in the 15-jurisdiction
                    Washington Metropolitan Area,  Mater management plans in
                    Lansing, Michigan and Utah are also presented.

000113              Agee James L;       Kurd Merna;         Barresi James;
                    Dice Stephen;       Heikka Richard;     Lamm Frank;
                    Pisano Mark;
                    Office of Mater and Hazardous Materials;
                      Areawide Planning under Section 208 Developing a Morking
                      Plan
                        44 min: 3/4 C:  1975
                    Hater quality management
                    ABSTRACT:  James L. Agee, Assistant Administrator for Mater
                    and Hazardous Materials, addresses 208 planning agencies on
                    developing local solutions for local problems.  He
                    encourages them to be realistic in forming preliminary
                    workplans and preventing future water pollution problems
                    from occurring.  The goal of the 208 planning agencies is
                    to improve water quality for the public.  A panel of
                    representatives from 208 planning agencies discuss the
                    various phases of developing a work plan.  The panel
                    includes Merna Hurd, New Castle County, Delaware; James
                    Barresi, Caribou, Maine; Stephen Dice, Hampton Roads,
                    Virginia; Richard Heikka, Lake Tahoe, California, and Frank
                    Lamm, St. Paul, Minnesota.  Mark Pisano, who moderates the
                    panel, exhibits EPA documents that provide guidelines and
                    regulations for meeting 208 goals.  As the discussion
                    begins, members of the panel share their experiences.  They
                    describe hou they managed their objectives, work performed
                    to date, coordination with other planning agencies, plan
                    development, detailed schedules and public participation.

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000114              Suarles John R;     Pizano Mark;        Kurd Merna;
                    Barresi James;      Dice Stephen;       Heikka Richard;
                    Lamm Frank;
                    Office of Water and Hazardous Materials;
                      Areawide Planning under Section 208 The Designation
                      Process
                        48 min: 3/4 C '•  1975
                    Water quality management
                    ABSTRACT:  John R. euarles, EPA  Deputy  Administrator, tells
                    208 planning adminis strators that EPA  wants to help them
                    work with EPA to  clean up the Nation's  waterways.  He
                    explains that 208 areawide management planning is meant to
                    focus on broader  pollution problems  and develop a
                    comprehensive strategy to deal effectively with the
                    problem.  Mark Pizano outlines how an area can become
                    designated.  It must have a responsible agency conduct the
                    work, local elected officials who are interested, resources
                    and technical ability, and a resolution of intent to
                    participate from  the legislature.  The  state certifies
                    areas, designates areas and agencies, cond'ucts planning
                    under state auspices, approves work  plan, and certifies the
                    final plan.  A panel which includes  Merna Hurd, James
                    Barresi, Stephen  Dice, Richard Heikke and Frank Lamm, share
                    their experiences as 208 administrators.  They discuss
                    institutional change, land use controls, how 208
                    coordinates with  701 plans, if the time period and funding
                    levels have been  adequate to develop and complete the plan,
                    and their overall views of 208 and what they have
                    accomplished through it.

000115              Jones Richard;      US Coast Guard;
                      Deep Water Ports EPA Briefing  by the  US Coast Guard
                        35 min: 3/4 c: Mar 2,  1976
                    Oil wells
                    ABSTRACTS:  Lt. Richard Jones, US Coast Guard Deep Water
                    Ports Project, briefs EPA on what the Coast  Guard is doing.
                      The purpose of his presentation is  to  encourage  EPA to
                    submit suggestions to the Coast  Guard for consideration in
                    the preparation of the draft environment impact statements
                    (EIS) for  both the Loop and Sea  Dock Deep Water Port
                    Projects in the Gulf  of Mexico.  The Coast Guard's goal is
                    to  avoid unnecessary  potential comments from EPA  after  the
                    EIS is completed.  Lt. Jones describes  in detail  the
                    current  status of the EIS.  Members  of  the audience  ask
                    several  questions about additional information  yet to  be
                    included in the EIS.
                    NOTES:   Audio  on  channel  2  only.

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000116              Halladay Whitney;   Liverman James L;
                    Texas A and I University Corpus Chzisti Texas;
                      Operation STEP Spill Training Operation Program
                        16 min: 3/H C'  1976
                    Oil spills
                    ABSTRACT?  Texas AEI University, Corpus Christi, Texas, a
                    state supported, upper level university, has developed a
                    program called "Operation STEP" (Spill Training Education
                    Program).  Dr. Whitney Halladay, president of the
                    university, describes the content, organization, and
                    make-up of the five day school to Dr. James L. Liverman,
                    Assistant Administrator for Environment and Safety, Energy
                    Research and Development Administration (ERDA).  Students
                    are expected to come from industry and government.  Dr.
                    Liverman describes the background of ERDA and its role in
                    oil spill technology.

000117              Harris Robert;      Agee James L;
                    Water Supply Division;
                      Public Hearing Proposed National Interim Primary Drinking
                      Water Standards
                        35 min: 3/t C:  1975
                    Drinking water
                    ABSTRACT:  This is a tape of the last in a series of public
                    hearings open to governmental, professional and public
                    interests held around the country to consider the proposed
                    national interim primary drinking water standards.  James
                    Agee, Assistant Administrator for Water and Hazardous
                    Materials presents the opening statement.  Several people
                    speak about the costs and problems the small municipal
                    utilities uill have to bear if the regulations are passed
                    as presently written.  Particularly bothersome during this
                    time of high inflation and shrinking budgets are the
                    monitoring costs which may reach into the millions.  Many
                    question the need for turbidity measurements on
                    groundwater.  The substitution of the chlorine residual
                    monitoring for the chloroform density sampling proves to be
                    quite controversial.  Robert Harris from the Environmental
                    Defense Fund speaks at some length on organics, and in
                    particular, the need for their removal from drinking water.
                     Mr. Harris' presentation is edited for presentation on
                    this tape.  The complete presentation can be viewed on tape
                    no. 000118.

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000118              Harris Robert;
                    Environmental Defense Fund;
                    Water Supply Division;
                      Public Hearing Proposed National Interim Primary Drinking
                      Water Standards Additional Testimony
                        55 min: 3/4 C:   1975
                    Drinking water
                    ABSTRACT:  Additional testimony from the public hearings on
                    the proposed national interim primary drinking water
                    standards is contained on this tape.  Robert Harris of the
                    Environmental Defense Fund makes his entire presentation.
                    NOTES:  See Tape No. 000117.

000119              Feinstein Diane;     Tudor John;
                      EPA Water Suality  Conference Part  1
                        61 min: 3/4 C: May 1977
                    Water quality management'- Local government
                    ABSTRACT:  The Water Duality Conference on 208 regional
                    planning opens with  Diane Feinstein, Supervisor of San
                    Francisco City and County.   (There is no audio until the
                    very end of her presentation.)  The  second speaker, John
                    Tudor, Supervisor of San Francisco County, talks  about
                    locally elected officials.   The local government  is the
                    only place where the executive and legislative branch is
                    one unit.  The local government must also coordinate air,
                    water, and solid waste environmental planning.  Mr. Tudor
                    points out that it is time for local officials to work
                    together with state  and federal agencies.  The mayor of
                    Hayward, California  discusses keeping programs on course
                    locally.  To a local official, local opinion is more
                    important than relations with the Federal Government.  The
                    mayor emphasises that EPA must involve  local officials in
                    their programs.  Otherwise,  the programs will not work.
                    NOTES:  Audio problems.

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000120              Long Donald;        Moore Jim;
                      EPA Water Quality Conference Part 2
                        58 min: 3/4 G: May  1977
                    Water quality managements Local government
                    ABSTRACT^  The session  from the previous tape  (no. 000119)
                    concludes with a presentation by Donald Long from
                    California.  He speaks  on the state role in 208 planning.
                    The panel of speakers fields questions from the audience on
                    regional coordination and the end product of 208 programs.
                    The second session is on ingredients for successful
                    areawide planning in New England.  To the New  England area,
                    the bottom line of 208  is implementation.  Governments want
                    to know how much it will cost and what the benefits will
                    be.  Decisions are usually made in the 1200 local
                    governments in New England by the process of the town
                    meeting.  The problems  of coordinating these local bodies
                    are exemplified in New  Hampshire.  Jim—M-o
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000122              Botts Lee;
                      EPA Water duality Conference Part 4
                        28 min: 3/4 C: May 1977
                    Mater quality management: Local government
                    ABSTRACT:  Lee Botts, Deputy Director of the Office of
                    Public Affairs, discusses public participation in 208
                    planning.  EPA faced questions of how public participation
                    is defined and achieved.  To answer these questions, EPA
                    looked at what the agencies were doing in the name of
                    public participation.  They undertook an evaluation process
                    in Region 5 as a. first step in the development of a
                    regional strategy to support public participation.  The
                    results of the evaluation process indicated a
                    dissatisfaction with EPA's guidance on public
                    participation.  Most agencies wanted help, but not a
                    detailed prescription.  Occasionally agencies were more
                    concerned with meeting the letter of EPA's requirements
                    than involving the public.  Others did not want public
                    participation or felt that meeting the public participation
                    guidelines were not really necessary.
                    NOTES:  Audio problems.

000123              Kimm Victor J;
                    University of Cincinnati;
                      Toxicants in Our Raw Mater Supply The Need for an Early
                      Marning System
                        68 min: 3/4 C: May 15, 1977
                    Monitoring: Mater pollution detection
                    ABSTRACT'  Victor J. Kimm, Deputy Assistant Administrator
                    for Mater Supply, discusses monitoring water supplies for
                    toxicants in a seminar sponsored jointly by EPA and the
                    University of Cincinnati.  The Clean Mater Act places the
                    primary responsibility of water supply programs with the
                    state and the utility.  This creates economic hardships on
                    small communities who must do the same amount of monitoring
                    as large  systems.  Two components of monitoring include
                    natural organics  and synthetic organic compounds.  A
                    problem arises when trying to regulate these compounds with
                    uncertainty.  Chemical ana analytic techniques are only at
                    the front of the  technology.  These relatively undeveloped
                    systems are then  the basis for monitoring.  Mr. Kimm fields
                    questions from the audience on the second tape about
                    bioassay, alternative sources of water, testing techniques
                    for organics, financial problems, closed systems,
                    responsibility of polluters in notifying authorities,
                    public notification, and  bottled water.
                    NOTES:  Two tapes: tape  1-37 minutes, tape 2-31 minutes.

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000124              Luken Thomas A;
                      Safe Drinking Water
                        69 min: 3/4 G: Nov 23, 1977
                    Drinking water
                    ABSTRACT:  Thomas A. Luken, M.C., Congressman from the
                    Second District of Ohio, addresses the congressional
                    viewpoint of the safety of drinking water.  Concern arose
                    when a spill of carbon tetrachloride in the Ohio River
                    entered Cincinnati's drinking water supply.  Mr. Luken
                    discusses how dramatic and decisive action by local, State,
                    and Federal governments is required in the areas of
                    research, enforcement of antipollution laws, water quality
                    monitoring, early warning systems, and more thorough
                    treatment of our drinking water.  The tap water crisis can
                    only be dealt with through strengthened and continued
                    cooperation between local, State and Federal government
                    control.  At the same time, governments™must work hand in
                    hand with agencies such as EPA.  Through collaborative
                    efforts of all concerned, the water contamination problem
                    can be solved.  The second tape contains the question and
                    answer session following Mr. Luken's presentation.
                    NOTES?  Two tapes: tape 1 - 29 minutes, tape 2-40 minutes.

000125              Mannion Jack;       Cotruvo Joseph;     Kimm Victor J;
                    Office of Drinking Water;
                      Organics Regulation What Why How
                        23 min: 3/4 G:
                    Drinking water
                    ABSTRACT:  Jack Mannion, Office of Drinking Water,
                    discusses the proposed changes regarding the regulation of
                    organics in drinking water with Dr. Joseph Cotruvo,
                    Director of the Criteria and Standards Division, and Victor
                    J. Kimm, Deputy Assistant Administrator for Water Supply.
                    Organic contaminants create taste and odor problems.
                    Trihalomethanes are a by-product of drinking water
                    disinfection with chlorine.  These, as well as synthetic
                    organics, increase the risk of cancer in humans from
                    long-term, low-level exposure.  The regulations provide a
                    specific limit for the amount of trihalomethanes in water
                    and the application of activated granular carbon treatment
                    for synthetic organics.  Implementing the new technologies
                    will cost residential customers $7-10 more per year.  EPA
                    considers the implementation to be prudent.  Regulating the
                    removal of those contaminants is in the interest of
                    protecting the public health.

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000126              Jorling Thomas C;
                    Office of Water and Hazardous Materials;
                      Message on Public Participation
                        9 min: 3/4 C: Jun 1978
                    Public relations'- Publ'ic opinion
                    ABSTRACT:  Public participation and its importance in the
                    implementation of the Clean Water Act and other
                    environmental management objectives within EPA are
                    addressed by Thomas C. Jorling, Assistant Administrator for
                    Water and Hazardous Materials Program.  Environmental
                    management programs touch every sector of our society and
                    the public is affected most directly and drastically by the
                    implementation of the programs.  EPA must have public
                    support to succeed.  If EPA is to balance the needs and
                    preferences of a community with the actual technical needs
                    to assure effective solutions in achieving clean water and
                    other environmental management programs, it is essential
                    that the public understand and support its programs.  The
                    only way EPA can achieve that understanding is to bring the
                    public in, helping them understand the complexity and
                    technical matters that are at issue and the various ways of
                    achieving the different results that are necessary in
                    implementing the statutes.  Only with this type of
                    interaction will programs succeed in the long term.

000127              Rhett John T;       Easley Joseph H;    Cook Michael B;
                    Office of Water Programs Operation;
                      Clean Water Act  1977 Amendments OWPO Implementation
                      Project
                        57 min: 3/4 C: Feb 1978
                    Water quality management
                    ABSTRACT:  John T. Rhett, Deputy Assistant Administrator of
                    the Office of Water Programs Operation describes how the
                    1977 amendments to the Clean Water Act will be implemented
                    to clean up water in the shortest and most economic and
                    environmentally sound way.  Joseph H. Easley, Project
                    Coordinator in the Municipal Construction Division,
                    presents a detailed outline and flowchart of how the plan
                    is to be implemented and critical dates in the task
                    schedule.  Michael B. Cook, Chief of the Facility
                    Requirements Branch, joins Rhett and Easley for a
                    discussion on funding, step 2-3 grants, assistance and
                    set-asides for small communities, recycling and reuse.
                    industrial cost  recovery (ICR), state assistance, and the
                    priority list.  Mr. Rhett strongly requests public
                    participation in the development process
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000128              Groszyk Walter;     Erickson Albert;
                    Water Planning Division;
                    Municipal Operations and Training Division;
                      Water Quality Management Workshop State and Areauide
                      Water Quality Management Program
                        38 rain' 3/4 C:  1977
                    Water quality management
                    ABSTRACT:  The Water Quality Management Workshop is
                    introduced by Walter Groszyk, Deputy Director, Water
                    Planning Div.  Albert Erickson, Associate Deputy Assistant
                    Administrator, Water Planning and Standards, presents the
                    first session on State and areauide water quality
                    management programs, also known as 208.  Grantees have 3
                    years to produce an initial water quality management plan
                    which provides technical, financial, legal, institutional
                    and management solutions.  Grantees must prepare plans with
                    full participation of the public.  Mr. Erickson describes
                    roles of participants, regional agencies, areauide
                    agencies, state, EPA, other federal agencies and the
                    public.  This is followed by a description of funding and
                    the status of the program.  The four types of
                    interrelationships with other programs are state/areauide,
                    208/construction grants/permit programs, 208/EPA programs,
                    208/other national programs.  The future of 208 involves
                    completion of initial comprehensive plans, establishment of
                    capable management agencies, insurance of continuing water
                    quality planning/management with public participation.

000129              Cuyler Clarence;
                    Water Planning Division;
                    Municipal Operations and Training Division;
                      Water Quality Management Workshop Municipal Construction
                      Grants
                        39 rnin-. 3/4 C'  1977
                    Municipal engineering: Construction Grants Program
                    ABSTRACT:  Clarence Cuyler, Sanitary Engineer Consultant
                    with the Municipal Construction Division, has a two-fold
                    purpose in his discussion of municipal construction grants.
                     The first is to identify and briefly highlight certain
                    policy requirements of the construction grants program and
                    to indicate how these described conditions may affect the
                    actions or procedures of the various grant recipients.  The
                    second is an attempt to demonstrate how the imposition of
                    certain requisite items have developed within the framework
                    of the program.  It is not a defense of the issue, but a
                    matter of fact listing of a few of the resulting
                    requirements.  Mr. Cuyler describes Construction Grants
                    Control parameters and mandatory requirements of PL 92-500.
                     He also speaks about National Pollution Discharge
                    Elimination System (NPDES) permits,
                    construction/inspection, and publications offered to assist
                    those participating in Construction Grants Control programs.

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000130              Tuller Stuart S;
                    Water Planning Division;
                    Municipal Operations and Training Division;
                      Water Quality Management Workshop Operations and
                      Maintenance of the Treatment Facility Facilities
                        23 min: 3/<4 G:   1977
                    Sewage treatment plants
                    ABSTRACT:  Stuart Tuller, Chief of the Program Development
                    and Evaluation Section, Municipal Operations and Training
                    Division, covers four points related to operations  and
                    maintenance of wasteuater treatment facilities.  He first
                    draws out the significance of operations and maintenance in
                    abating municipal point source pollution and points out the
                    grounding for that task and the Federal Water Pollution
                    Control Act Amendments of 1972.  Secondly, Mr. Tuller
                    discusses some reasons why EPA believes the water quality
                    management process should concern itself with assuring
                    efficient, reliable  operations and maintenance.  He then
                    describes briefly some actions EPA believes can and should
                    be undertaken at once through the 208 process to achieve
                    operations and maintenance improvements.   Mr. Tuller
                    finally indicates some sources to which 208 planning  and/or
                    implementing agencies can turn for help in attacking
                    operations and management problems.

000131              Horn Eduin C;
                    Water Planning Division;
                    Municipal Operations and Training Division;
                      Water Quality Management Workshop User Charges and
                      Industrial Cost Recovery
                        29 min: 3/4 c:   1977
                    Sewer surcharges: Water pollution economics
                    ABSTRACT:  Ted Horn, Chief of the Program  Support Section,
                    Construction Grants  Branch, Water Division, Region  5/
                    discusses user charges and industrial cost recovery.  He
                    first provides an historic background of why we have  a
                    federal interest in  the local revenue systems that  support
                    waste water treatment operations.  He explores the  reasons
                    for that federal interest.  Three elements of cost  recovery
                    are capital cost, operation/maintenance and replacement
                    cost, and industrial portion of federal grants.  Features
                    and details of a use cost system include cost analysis,
                    rate development, and revenue projections. Mr. Horn  also
                    describes an industrial cost recovery  (ICR) system.   He
                    ends by providing some insight into the application of
                    these systems through the designated management agency.

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000132              Krivak Joseph A;
                    Water Planning Division;
                    Municipal Operations and Training Division;
                      Water Buality Management Workshop Non Point Source
                      Controls
                        30 min: 3/4 C:  1977
                    Nonpoint source
                    ABSTRACT:  Joseph Krivak, Chief, Nonp9int Sources Branch,
                    discusses nonpoint source control activities as EPA moves
                    from planning to implementation in the 208 water quality
                     ?rogram.  Mr. Krivak's discussion focuses on 7 elements in
                     he 208 program-'  1) Potential sources and their
                    pollutants. 2) Effects of those pollutants on water
                    quality. 3) Prevention techniques and practices that are
                    Being utilized. 4) Institutional arrangements in the
                    programs. 5) Legal and regulatory requirements. 6)
                    Financial arrangements to assist in program implementation.
                    7) Public information and public participation programs
                    throughout the entire process .  Three classes of nonpoint
                    sources are:  i) Natural or background, 2) pollution from
                    land and disturbance related to farming, forestry,
                    construction, and mining, and 3) disposal and chemical
                    residuals from litter and debris on city streets and
                    landfill leachate.  The nonpoint source categories examined
                    are construction, mining, hydrological or stream
                    modification, agriculture, silviculture, urban runoff,
                    residual wastes, groundwater pollution, and individual
                    waste treatment facilities.

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000133              Desselle Frances A;
                    Heaxe Steve;
                    Water Planning division;
                    Municipal Operations and Training Division;
                      Mater Quality Management Workshop Industrial Effluent
                      Limitations Guidelines Toxic Strategy Mid Course
                      Corrections Effort Pretreatment
                        45 min: 3/4 C'  1977
                    Effluents'- Water pollution control
                    ABSTRACT:  Frances A. Desselle, Program Analyst with the
                    Office of Mater Planning and Standards (OWPS), describes
                    the development of industrial effluent limitations
                    guidelines, a toxics strategy, and the EPA's mid-course
                    corrections effort.  The industrial effluent limitations
                    guidelines are designed to control discharge of industrial
                    effluents into our nation's waters.  Its thrust is centered
                    on the toxic effluent guidelines strategy, which is the
                    result of litigation against EPA and on the mid-course
                    corrections effort, which is an outgrowth of the final
                    report issued by the National Commission on Mater Quality.
                    The guidelines regulate the amount, chemical, physical, and
                    biological characteristics of effluent.  The toxics
                    strategy is to be achieved primarily through use of best
                    available technology.EPA will focus on regulating toxic
                    discharges industry-by-industry rather than
                    pollutant-by-pollutant.  Steve Heare, OWPS, discusses EPA's
                    activities in actually implementing pre-treatment programs
                    and its efforts to select the most workable national
                    strategy for accomplising this.

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000134              Kramer Edward;      Olson David;
                    Water Planning Division;
                    Municipal Operations and Training Division;
                      Mater Cuality Management Workshop NPDES Permits W2M
                      Planning Interrelationships NPDES Enforcement W2M
                      Planning Interrelationships
                        23 min'. 3/U C:  1977
                    National pollutant discharge elimination system: Mater
                    quality management
                    ABSTRACT:  This tape is about EPA regulatory programs and
                    their interrelationships with water quality management
                    plans.  The National Pollutants Discharge Elimination
                    System (NPDES) program includes permit issuance, compliance
                    assurance, and enforcement where necessary.  (The content
                    of Mr. Kramer's discussion became obsolete uith passage of
                    the Clean Water Act and has been eliminated.)  Mr. Olson,
                    Environmental Scientist, Compliance Branch, Office of Mater
                    Enforcement, discusses some of the responsibilities a 208
                    management agency has for NPDES interrelationships and that
                    the regulatory agency, in turn, has to permitees.  He
                    highlights effluent limitations, monitoring requirements,
                    management responsibilities and other requirements
                    contained in the standard NPDES permit.  NPDES permit
                    management responsibilities include report review,
                    compliance monitoring activities, followup and enforcement
                    options.
                    NOTES:  20 minutes of blank leader.

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000135              Ettlestein Morton;  Rose Robert;
                    Water Planning Division;
                    Municipal Operations and Training Division;
                      Water euality Management Workshop Manpower Planning
                      Manpower Training and Operator Certification
                        41 min: 3/4 C:  1977
                    Manpower: Water quality management
                    ABSTRACT:  The Manpower Training Branch, Municipal
                    Operations and Training Div, is responsible for
                    implementing sections of PL 92-500 concerned with insuring
                    an adequate supply of trained personnel to meet the needs
                    of the National Water Pollution Control Program.  Morton
                    Ettlestein, Chief of the branch, describes why manpower
                    planning is an important component of water quality
                    management programs.  He describes manpower planning
                    aspects of the program, what manpower planning is, its
                    purposes, methods and techniques employed, and EPA's
                    strategy to develop cooperative manpower planning
                    capabilities at the local, state, and federal levels.  Mr.
                    Rose, Chief, Training and Certification Section, Office of
                    Water Pollution, raises questions regarding availability of
                    training programs, state licensing requirements f9r new
                    technologies and personnel with higher qualifications,
                    state capabilities to properly train personnel, and
                    availability of financial resources.  Mr.  Rose focuses on
                    municipal wastewater treatment plant operator training,
                    certification and licensing, and newly constructed training
                    centers in several states.

000136              Meek James W;
                    Water Planning Division;
                    Municipal Operations and Training Division;
                      Water Quality Management Workshop From Planning to
                      Operations
                        31 min: 3/4 C:   1977
                    Water quality management
                    ABSTRACT:  James Meed,  Chief, Program Development Branch,
                    Water Planning Division, discusses the important aspects of
                    making an effective transition from the planning process to
                    the management process.  He focuses on three areas ••   the
                    review and approval process for the initial water quality
                    management plans, designation of management agencies,  and
                    implementation of the water quality management plan.   An
                    effective management structure is essential and the
                    selection of the  proper agency, critical.  Implementation
                    requirements are  to be  carried out at the  local, state and
                    federal  levels.   Mr. Meek further describes the management
                    phase and the need to utilize citizen participation.

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000137              Petroleum Association for Conservation Canadian Environment;
                    Environment Canada;
                    Transport Canada;
                    Ontario Ministry of  the Environment;
                      Contingency Planning Guidelines Public Relations at the
                      Spill Scene
                        50 min: 3/4 C'   1974
                    Contingency planning•  Public relations
                    ABSTRACT?  This tape contains two separate programs.  The
                    first, Contingency  Planning Guidelines, is on preparation
                    of contingency plans in the event of spills.   Contingency
                    planning develops a  high level of preparedness which will
                    enable agencies to  respond quickly to spill situations
                    ,minimize health hazards and damage to property and
                    environment.  The five stages in a clean-up operation are
                    containment, removal,  storage, disposal, and restoration.
                    The first step in developing a plan is setting out a
                    purpose.  It must include why and where a spill would go
                    and what it would affect.  Inventory of available resources
                    must include transport, first aid, and fire equipment.
                    Emergency procedures involve notification of proper
                    personnel and agencies.  The second program,  Public
                    Relations at the Spill Scene, highlights the importance of
                    good public relations.  Information needed by the media is
                    source of spill, time, location, type of product, action
                    being taken, who is  involved, amount spilled (if clearly
                    established), cause  (if determined),  and duration of
                    clean-up operations  (if known).
                    KOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

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000138              Mannion Jack;
                    Office of Drinking Water;
                      Regional Office Orientation How the Office of Drinking
                      Water is Organized
                        39 min: 3/4 C •• Jul  1979
                    Office of Drinking Water
                    ABSTRACT:  Jack Mannion hosts this lively tape which
                    informs regional  offices about the organisation of the
                    Office of Drinking Water-who does what-to enable them to
                    relate more effectively and functionally with the Office in
                    the future.  The  first  of four divisions in the office is
                    the State Programs Division. This division implements
                    programs to carry out provisions of the Safe Drinking Water
                    Act.  It provides guidance for the Public Water Supply
                    Program and the Ground  Water Injection Program.  The
                    Criterion Standards Division provides the technical and
                    scientific basis  for all regulations produced in the Office
                    of Drinking Water.  The Program Development and Evaluation
                    Office prepares the budget, does special studies, provides
                    administrative support  for Headquarters, and supplies all
                    ADP activities.   The Technical Support Division, located in
                    Cincinnati, provides technical assistance and support,
                    manpower training, and  analytical laboratory services.
                    NOTES:  Audio on  channel 2 only.

000139              Mannion Jack;
                    Office of Drinking Water;
                      Office of Drinking Water Budget Preparation
                        10 min: 3/14 c: Jun  1979
                    Office of Drinking Water
                    ABSTRACT:  Jack Mannion describes the budget process for
                    the Office of Drinking  Water, the competition involved, the
                    seriousness of priorities set, and the.number of people
                    involved.  In his graphically illustrated discussion, Mr.
                    Mannion covers the OMB, media task groups, request changes,
                    comments from administrators and regional officers,
                    intermediate ranking staffs and Congressional hearings.
                    NOTES:  Audio on  channel 2 only.

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000140              Graham Larry;       Chang Lorraine;
                    Office of Drinking Water;
                      How a Regulation is Made Office of Drinking Water
                        24 min: 3/4 C: Jun 1979
                    Regulations^ Office of Drinking Water
                    ABSTRACT^  Larry Graham and Lorraine Chang discuss how a
                    regulation is made in the Office of Drinking Mater.  The
                    process begins with establishment of a work group.  The
                    group draws up a development plan which covers eight areas.
                     These are statement of purpose and need, alternatives,
                    impacts,  schedule, scope, public participation, EPA
                    coordination and resources.  The work group proceeds to
                    implement the plan, gathers data, and produces an action
                    memorandum, proposed regulation and support documentation.
                    After passing through internal EPA review processes, red
                    border clearance, and signing by the Administrator, it is
                    published in the Federal Register.  After public consent
                    period, all data that has been gathered is evaluated and a
                    final regulation package is assembled.  This package must
                    be reviewed again by the steering committee, red border
                    group, and the EPA Administrator.  The regulation is
                    published in the Federal Register and final promulgation
                    enacted.

000141              Kimm Victor J;
                    Office of Drinking Water;
                      Public Water Supervision Program Victor Kimms Closing
                      Remarks
                        6 mins 3/4 C: Jun 1979
                    Office of Drinking Water
                    ABSTRACT:  Victor J. Kimm, Director of the Office of
                    Drinking Water, presents his remarks on where the public
                    water supervision goes from here.  Three areas of activity
                    will predominate the program: following up on monitoring
                    and compliance data that is now being collected, responding
                    to comments received from the revised primary drinking
                    water regulations which will appear in the Federal
                    Register, and dealing with the organics regulations which
                    should be promulgated at the end of summer.  Headquarters
                    is relying on regional personnel to be effective in
                    implementing the programs.
                    NOTES'-  Audio on channel 1 only.

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000142              Roue Feztis;
                    US Dept of Agriculture Soil Conservation Service;
                    Water Planning Division;
                      Clearuater
                        18 min: 3/4 G: Apr 1979
                    Erosion control
                    ABSTRACT:  Project Clearuater is a demonstration project on
                    the Roelky farm in uestern Maryland.  It is an example of
                    uhat can be done to protect uater and land, and to increase
                    farm productivity through best management practices.
                    Fertis Roue describes some best management practices uhich
                    include contour strip cropping, diversion terraces, uater
                    lines for troughs, free roaming animals removed from
                    streams, tree thinning, grass waterways, stream
                    stabilization and trench silo reconstruction.  The Soil
                    Conservation Service administers the program.  Farmers and
                    ranchers may receive up to fifty percent of the cost of
                    implementing best management practices by submitting a
                    uater quality plan to his or her areauide planning agency.

000143              Encyclopedia Britannica Education Corporation;
                      Salt Marsh A Question of Values
                        20 rain'- 3/4 C.: Jun 1979
                    Salt marshes
                    ABSTRACT:  Salt marshes are some of the most valuable lands
                    in the USA.  This documentary describes the plant
                    productivity of the marshes.  These plants are the basis
                    for several extensive food chains.  The tremendous numbers
                    of wildlife in and around the marsh are a valuable natural
                    resource.  The ecosystem of a marsh is in a very delicate
                    balance and has been severely disturbed by man's
                    development.  Since salt marshes have been recognized as
                    being so valuable, care is now being taken to preserve them.
                    NOTES1  Not for duplication.

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000144              Environmental Protection Agency;
                      Wetlands A Case for Protection
                        11 min: 3/4 C: Oct 4, 1979
                    Wetlands
                    ABSTRACT:  Not simply a source of water* a wetland provides
                    all the vital elements necessary to nurture and sustain
                    many aquatic species important to man.  Wetlands provide a
                    place for these species not found anyuhere else on earth.
                    This video/slide program is about the value and destruction
                    of wetlands.  Since colonial days, about half of the
                    country's wetlands have been destroyed.  We are still
                    losing 300,000 acres each year.  The EPA and Army Corps of
                    Engineers have instituted programs to protect wetlands.
                    Six important values of wetlands are flood control,
                    shoreline protection, groundwater replenishment, water
                    purification, food production and animal habitat.  Wetlands
                    have been destroyed by stripping, draining, filling in, dam
                    and reservoir construction, disposal of refuse and
                    chemicals, and removal of vegetation and top soil.
                    NOTES:  Audio on channel 1 only.

000145              Office of Research and Development;
                      Land Treatment of Municipal Wastewater A New Look at an
                      Old Idea
                        18 min: 3/4 G: Oct 5, 1979
                    Waste water reuse
                    ABSTRACT:  Wastewater is a resource that can have valuable
                    uses.  Land application is putting wastewater to worX to
                    grow crops and get more mileage from water and energy
                    resources while reducing pollution.  It captures wastewater
                    nutrients as fertilizer, minimizes surface stream
                    pollution, restores groundwater supplies, and uses less
                    energy than required by conventional treatment systems.
                    Land treatment policy stems from three major elements — 1)
                    Much waste water requires the removal of nutrients to
                    protect surface streams.  2) Fertilizer shortages, as well
                    as cost, accent the need for recovery of these nutrients
                    from uasteuater.  3) Operating systems and research studies
                    prove the capacity of soils and plants to purify waters and
                    reuse the nutrients from wastewater.  The three categories
                    of land application are irrigation, rapid infiltration, and
                    overland flow.  Factors that must be considered before
                    developing land application are land availability, climate,
                    soil types, topography, geology and groundwater
                    characteristics.
                    NOTES:  Audio on channel 1 only.

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000146              Office of Water Planning and Standards;
                      Clean Lakes Program Section 3m
                        7 min: 3/4 C: Oct 1979
                    Lakes: Eutrophication
                    ABSTRACT:  The life of a lake depends on the quality of the
                    uater entering the lake.  Point and nonpoint sources affect
                    eutrophication, the enrichment of a lake with nutrients.
                    Eutrophication may reduce dissolved oxygen levels, may
                    cause taste and odor problems in drinking uater, and can
                    change fish populations.  EPA offers three types of grants
                    available only to state agencies for cleaning up lakes.
                    The first is a state lakes survey to classify a state's
                    publically owned lakes according to eutrophic condition.  A
                    diagnostic feasibility study grant is given to determine
                    current lake water quality and then, to develop methods for
                    restoration and protection.  The third grant funds
                    pollution control and restoration methods developed by the
                    diagnostic feasibility study grant.  Several EPA documents
                    are described that may help the viewers understand how to
                    clean up lakes.
                    NOTES:  Play in mixed audio.

000147                Swords to Plowshares The OSV Antelope
                        6 min= 3/4 G: Dec 1979
                    Environmental monitoring: Ocean environments
                    ABSTRACT:  Under the Marine Protection Research and
                    Sanctuaries Act, EPA is responsible for designating and
                    managing ocean disposal sites for dredged material.  EPA
                    was also authorised to assess the environmental
                    consequences of ocean dumping.  To achieve this EPA
                    converted a retired Navy gunboat, the Antelope, to the most
                    sophisticated pollution survey vessel in the US fleet.  The
                    Antelope's mission is to assess the impact of ocean dumping
                    on the marine environment.  On board it has laboratories
                    and a computerized survey system.  Interstate Electronics
                    Corporation performs the survey activities for EPA.
                    NOTES:  Play in mixed audio.

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000148                Clean Water is the Goal
                        18 min: 3/H C' Oct 5, 1979
                    Water quality management
                    ABSTRACT:  This tape is a summary of the status of the
                    state water quality management programs.  Water quality
                    management has been successful in cleaning up the Nation's
                    waters.  However, second generation pollution problems
                    still exist from nonpoint sources such as agriculture,
                    mines, stormwater runoff, logging, and construction.  Water
                    quality management programs are set up to be able to treat
                    this type of pollution.  Agricultural sources account for
                    half of the nonpoint pollution problem.  Farmers are taught
                    best .management practices to reduce this source of
                    pollution.  Water quality management programs are also
                    involved with groundwater pollution from salt water
                    encroachment and septic tank pollution.  The National Urban
                    Runoff Program offers less expensive alternatives to
                    separate sewer systems.  Through the continuation of water
                    quality management programs, clean water for the future can
                    be ensured.
                    NOTES:  Audio on channel 1 only.

0001U9              Beck Eckardt C;     Cook Michael B;     Davis Swep T;
                    Tipermas Marc;      Lowrance Silvia K;  Wyer Russell H;
                    Office of Water and Waste Management;
                      Superfund Planning
                        54 min: 3/4 c:  198.0
                    Legislation: Hazardous wastes
                    ABSTRACT:  Eckardt C. Beck, Assistant Administrator, Office
                    of Water and Waste Management (OWWM), introduces this tape
                    on the status of Superfund planning.  Michael B. Cook,
                    Associate Deputy Administrator, OWWM, discusses why we need
                    a Superfund.  Swep T. Davis, Associate Assistant
                    Administrator, OWWM, gives the legislative status of
                    Superfund.  Marc Tipermas, Director, Office of Analysis and
                    Program Development, describes organization within EPA to
                    plan for Superfund.  Mr. Cook moderates a panel discussion
                    with Silvia K. Lowrance, OAPD, Marc Tipermas and Russell H.
                    Wyer, Oil and Special Materials Division.  The panel
                    discusses principal issues that have come up with
                    Supezfund, such as why it is being worked on before
                    legislation is enacted, how Superfund compares with 311
                    activities, what purposes the fund will be used for, size
                    of the fund, source of monies, interagency framework, role
                    of the states and enforcement.
                    NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

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000150              Johnson James M;    Graham Larry;       Heckleman Robert;
                    Trax John;          Delaney Steve;
                    Office of Drinking Mater;
                      Interviewing Techniques for Program Evaluation
                        28 min: 3/«4 C: Apr 1981
                    Drinking water: Interviews
                    ABSTRACTS:  The purpose of the program evaluation interview
                    is to objectively assess the progress a state is making in
                    relation to implementing goals and objectives of the Safe
                    Drinking Water Act.  The objectives of the interview are to
                    identify problems and issues faced by the state, to
                    identify unique solutions to those problems and issues
                    which the state has developed, and if appropriate, to
                    disseminate this information to other regional and state
                    offices.  The outcome of the interview is a comprehensive
                    final report which can be utilised by all participants.
                    This upbeat training presentation by Jim Johnson, Larry
                    Graham, Robert Heckleman, John Trax, and Steve Delaney is
                    designed to familiarize the interviewer with the necessary
                    basic skills to conduct a successful review and evaluation
                    process.  The objective of the presentation is to
                    demonstrate the interviewer's accountability for both
                    quality and content of the evaluation process, which is
                    ultimately reflected in the final report.
                    NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

000151              Clean Lakes Program;
                      Clean Lakes
                        6 min: 3/i| c:  1981
                    Lakes
                    ABSTRACT:  Freddy the Fish accosts two careless people for
                    throwing garbage into a lake.  He tells them that lakes are
                    for recreation, wildlife, irrigation and water supply.
                    States need financial assistance to clean up over 10,000
                    lakes.  Money is available from the EPA Clean Lakes Program
                    designed to control pollution and restore the environment.
                    States may receive funds through three types of co9perative
                    agreements.  The first is a state lake classification
                    survey to categorize lakes according to trophic condition
                    and establish a priority ranking procedure.  The second is
                    a diagnostic feasibility cooperative agreement to develop
                    methods for restoration and protection.  Third is an
                    implementation cooperative agreement to support the
                    implementation of pollution control and/or in-lake
                    restoration methods. If lakes are not cleaned up, the
                    result is loss of recreation areas, increased likelihood of
                    flood damage, erosion and runoff problems, increasing
                    public health hazards, and decreasing economic growth.
                    More information is available from the Environmental
                    Protection Agency's Clean Lakes Section.
                    NOTES:  Audio on channels  1 and 2.

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000152                Water Passages
                        28 min: 3/4 C'-  1980
                    Waste water reuse
                    ABSTRACT:  Scores of American towns and cities axe faced
                    uith the need to augment or build neu water treatment
                    systems.  This is an important but usually expensive part
                    of America's crusade for clean water which is required by
                    federal law.  "Water Passages" strongly suggests that there
                    are better and far less expensive types of systems than
                    those typically in use in the majority of municipalities.
                    The concept of land application is at the heart of these
                    effective, low-cost approaches.  While not universally
                    workable* the idea is one which should be considered by any
                    community wishing to treat wastewater safely at a low cost.
                    NOTES:    Master film transfer.  Audio on channel 2 only.

000153              National Film Board of Canada;
                      Rise and Fall of the Great Lakes
                        17 min: 3/4 C- Jun 6, 1976        	
                    Great Lakes
                    ABSTRACT:  The constant change of the Great Lakes is
                    illustrated by the "Rise and Fall of the Great Lakes".  It
                    follows a man in a canoe through the changes that have
                    occurred since their formation.  The lakes were originally
                    a river system that flowed north.  The glaciers carved out
                    the ground and tilted the land.  When the last glacier
                    left, the land tilted back and the water began to flow
                    south.  Traces of the glaciers are everywhere.  The changes
                    are still occurring, most recently by man.  His changes are
                    created by building dams and cities and polluting the water.

000154              Office of Research and Development;
                      Land Treatment of Municipal Wastewater A New Look at an
                      Old Idea
                        16 min: 3/4 G:  1979
                    Waste water reuse
                    ABSTRACT:  This tape is a revised and shorter version of
                    tape no. 000145.
                    NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

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000155              Cothern C Richard;
                    Office of Drinking Water;
                      Radioactivity
                        2H min: 3/*» C: Apr 1982
                    Radioactivity
                    ABSTRACT:  Or. C. Richard Cothern describes atoms and
                    radioactivity.  An atom is made up of protons, electrons
                    and neutrons.  The number of neutrons in an atom can vary
                    and this number is referred to as its isotope.  The atomic
                    number is the number of protons in an atom.  This number
                    does not vary.  The atomic mass number is the atomic number
                    plus the number of neutrons.  The general role of nature is
                    to attain the lowest energy state.  This is what happens
                    with radioactivity.  The three types of radiation are alpha
                    particle where the nucleus emits two protons and two
                    neutrons, beta particle where the nucleus emits one
                    electron* and gamma ray which is electromagnetic radiation.
                     Some of these particles have the ability to penetrate
                    matter and damage cells.  The hazard of a radioactive
                    element is measured by the radiation emitted per second,
                    how much dose, and how much biological damage.  The
                    standard measure for radiation is the REN, radiation
                    equivalent in man.
                    NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

000156              Cothern C Richard;  Graham Larry;       Long Judy;
                    Moskouitz Susan;
                    Office of prinking Water;
                      Radioactivity in Drinking Water
                        22 min:  3/Zj Q: Apr  1981
                    Radioactivity: Drinking uater
                    ABSTRACT:  Dr. C. Richard Cothern describes radioactivity
                    to Larry Graham, Judy Long and Susan Moskouitz.  The key
                    problem is understanding why we have regulations on
                    radioactivity in drinking water.  To help, Dr. Cothern
                    discusses the different units used to measure
                    radioactivity, its halflife, the particles emitted from the
                    nucleus, and what kind of damage the energy motion of the
                    particle can cause.  These units have been simplified into
                    1) the curie, a measurement of the number of particles
                    being emitted, 2) the rad,  100 ergs per gram of body
                    weight, and  3) the REM, radiation equivalent to man.  The
                    three basic  kinds of radiation are alpha, beta and gamma
                    ray.  Dr. Cothern draws comparisons of various radiation
                    doses and radiation in uater supply.
                    NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

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000157              Graham Larry;       Beltay Paul;        Brasier Francoise;
                    Belk Thomas;
                    Office of Drinking Water;
                      Underground Injection Control Program
                        25 min: 3/4 C: Apr 22, 1981
                    Safe Drinking Mater Act of 1974
                    ABSTRACT:  Larry Graham moderates a discussion on the 1980
                    amendments to the Safe Drinking Mater Act.  Members of the
                    panel are 1) Paul Beltay, Deputy Director, State Programs
                    Division, 2) Francoise Brasier, geologist, and 3) Thomas
                    Belk, Chief of the Grounduater Protection Branch.  The
                    amendments, which apply only to class two uells, arose out
                    of a need to recognize sound programs that can meet the
                    original objectives of the Safe Drinking Water Act.  The
                    three options that a State has are to apply for approval of
                    its class two program for primacy purposes under the
                    consolidated permits regulations of section 146, send in a
                    submission in conformance with the guidance about to be
                    published, or provide a demonstration required in the law
                    in any manner that it desires.  The panel discusses
                    differences between sections 146 and 1425, and the effects
                    of the amendments on EPA and the states.
                    NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

000158              Darnay Arsen;       Blair Ann;
                    Office of Solid Waste Management Programs;
                      From Maste to Resource
                        21 min: 3/4 c: Nov 1, 1974
                    Solid waste management
                    ABSTRACT:  Ann Blair discusses solid waste and its
                    potential for good as well as harm with Arsen Darnay,
                    Deputy Assistant Administrator, Office of Solid Waste
                    Management Programs.  The biggest problem in solid waste
                    management is environmental degradation.  Throwing waste
                    into a dump is the worst way to deal with it.  The content
                    of municipal solid waste is at least half recoverable,
                    combustible materials.  Municipal solid waste recovery can
                    supply energy as in the St. Louis demonstration project.
                    The waste is sorted before incineration to remove metal,
                    glass, and heavy plastic which are then recycled.  EPA is
                    promoting this type of solid waste management, but large
                    systems are hard to get going financially as well as
                    technologically.  Mr. Darnay hopes that public awareness as
                    well as shortages will lead to conservation methods.  He
                    also discusses the role of legislation, packaging, bottle
                    deposits and source reduction.
                    NOTES:  Audio on channel 1 only.

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000159              Meyers Shelton;
                    Office of Solid Waste;
                      Resource Conservation and Recovery Act 1976
                        14 min: 3/H C-  1977
                    Resource Conservation and Recovery Act of 1976
                    ABSTRACT:  Shelton Meyers, Deputy Assistant Administrator
                    for Solid Waste, discusses the new federal solid waste
                    management legislation, the Resource Conservation and
                    Recovery Act.  Solid waste management touches significantly
                    on a broad spectrum of public health, environmental,
                    resource use, and economic issues.  The act places special
                    emphasis on public information, education and
                    participation.  Mr. Meyers reminds the viewer that this is
                    not EPA1s act, it is the public's.  The act shows that the
                    Congress and country are now ready to face the fact that
                    the land is a natural medium that needs protection just as
                    air and water need protection.  It addresses the complete
                    spectrum of problems and opportunities which are so
                    intrinsically a part of the solid waste management issue.
                    Mr. Meyers advises the regions to allow for full public
                    participation in upcoming hearings".
                    NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

000160              Blum Barbara;
                    Office of Solid Waste Management;
                      Barbara Blum on Public Participation
                        21 min: 3/H C: Feb 19, 1978
                    Public opinion
                    ABSTRACT:  Barbara Blum, EPA Deputy Administrator, presents
                    a briefing on public participation for regional EPA staff
                    members.  The public must be involved because EPA cannot do
                    it alone.  Excerpts are shown from a public meeting on the
                    draft guidelines prepared to encourage public participation
                    in implementing all the provisions of the Resource
                    Conservation and Recovery Act of  1976 from July 1,  1977.
                    Three major categories of participation techniques emerged
                    from the hearing:   1) To hold appropriate public meetings,
                    hearings, conferences and workshops throughout the country
                    to be scheduled in accordance with the unfolding of the
                    act's key provisions. 2) To use ad hoc and review groups
                    which would meet periodically to  review and comment on
                    major problems, regulations and plans. 3) To develop
                    educational programs so that the  public would have every
                    conceivable opportunity to become aware of significant
                    technical and social issues addressed by the act.  This
                    will enable people to completely  and confidently
                    participate in public meetings and hearings.
                    NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

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000161              National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration;
                    Office of Water and Hazardous Materials;
                      Estuary
                        30 mm: 3/1 C'
                    Estuaries: Coastal zone management
                    ABSTRACT:  An estuary is where fresh water meets the sea.
                    It is a staging area for life and death and is vulnerable*
                    productive and important for plants, invertebrates and
                    animals.  Two-thirds of all commercial species of fish
                    spend part of their lives in an estuary.  This documentary
                    shows that most estuaries are very stressed because of
                    transportation; industry* ports and recreation.  Other
                    pollutants include urban runoff* thermal pollution, and
                    dredging spoils.  The Federal Water Pollution Control Act
                    restores the quality of the Nation's waters including
                    estuaries.  EPA provides technical support for this to
                    happen.  It is most important that everyone be aware of how
                    one thing affects another, especially in the delicate
                    balance of an estuary.  Two shorts on chemical waste and
                    the incineration ship Volcanis, and hazardous waste follow
                    the documentary.
                    NOTES:  Video difficulties.

000162              Lavelle Rita II;     Norton Henry;
                    Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response;
                      Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response Reports
                        12 min: 3/4 C- Jul 1982
                    Hazardous wastes: Land disposal
                    ABSTRACT:  This is an information program on land disposal
                    regulations with Rita M. Lavelle, Assistant Administrator
                    for the Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response, and
                    Henry Norton of the same office.  Us. Lavelle explains the
                    issuance of performance standards for hazardous waste land
                    disposal facilities.  The standards will reduce threats to
                    human health and prevent the need for a nationwide clean-up
                    with the Superfund.  These regulations apply to new and
                    existing landfills* surface impoundments* waste piles and
                    land treatment units.  There are two sets of performance
                    standards.  The first is a design and operating standard
                    for each type of facility.  The second is a monitoring and
                    response requirement for groundwater protection standards.
                    The regulations will be implemented by the states.  Ms.
                    Lavelle also covers corrective actions and exemptions from
                    monitoring.
                    NOTES:  Two copies.

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000163              Meyer Alvin F;
                    Office of Noise Control Programs;
                      Environmental Noise Level Document
                        13 min: 3/4 C: Apr 4, 1974
                    Noise standards
                    ABSTRACT!  Dr. Alvin F. Meyer, Deputy Assistant
                    Administrator for Noise Control Programs, discusses the
                    newly issued Environmental Noise Level Document.  The noise
                    levels described in the document should not be exceed if
                    one wants to protect hearing or prevent annoyance from long
                    term exposure to noise.  These noise levels are not meant
                    to be national standards, but are a base of information for
                    local areas to decide what their needs are.  The levels
                    were arrived at through an international conference,
                    consultations with other agencies and experts, and reviews.
                     Dr. Meyer recognizes the need for further research.  Since
                    the document is very technical, EPA is preparing
                    information that the layperson can understand.  Dr. Meyer
                    ends by stating that each individual is responsible for
                    protecting him/herself and no law will do it for them.

000164                Noise
                        5 min: 3/4 C:  1976
                    Noise pollution
                    ABSTRACT:  This tape is a montage of scenes around the
                    Washington, D.C. area and includes several sources of high
                    level of noise.  This same sort of scene has been the
                    experience of over two hundred million people daily.  Noise
                    pollution affects every aspect of our society and, at
                    present, there is no escape from the vortex of this malady
                    that threatens the health and well being of young and old
                    alike.  Noise knows no boundaries.
                    NOTES:  Audio on channels 1 and 2.

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000165              Legrow Stanley;
                    Noise Enforcement Test Facility;
                      Dedication of Environmental Protection Agencys Noise
                      Enforcement Facility Sandusky Ohio
                        26 min: 3/4 C: Oct 11, 1976
                    Noise measurement: Noise standards: Noise Enforcement Test
                    Facility
                    ABSTRACT:  Stanley Legrou, Assistant Administrator for
                    Enforcement, presents a press briefing at the dedication of
                    the EPA Noise Enfprcement Test Facility (NETF).  The
                    Agency's major philosophy of enforcement is to make sure
                    products on the market meet noise standards uithout
                    duplication of work.  The manufacturers will perform
                    product verification themselves and send the data to EPA.
                    EPA will test the manufacturer's facilities, perform
                    monitoring tests and audit products.  The NETF will also
                    serve as a technical enforcement training facility for
                    personnel.  Parts of the facility that are shown are the
                    stationary test pad, low speed pass by track, test control
                    building and mobile noise enforcement facility.
                    Demonstrations are performed with trucks and an air
                    compressor.  The ribbon cutting ceremony ends the tape.
                    NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

000166              Office of Noise Abatement and Control;
                      Dramatization of the Effectiveness of a Muffler Enclosure
                      in Reducing Pavement Breaker Noise
                        2 min: 3/H c:  Sep 1978
                    Noise reduction: Noise suppressors
                    ABSTRACT:  This tape demonstrates the effectiveness of a
                    muffler sleeve on a portable pavement breaker.  This sleeve
                    is produced in Switzerland and is one of the more effective
                    mufflers in production today.  There is a ten decibel
                    difference between the pavement breaker with and without
                    the muffler sleeve.
                    NOTES2  Audio on channel 2 only.

000167              National Institute of Government Purchasing;
                      Buy Suiet
                        3 min: 3/H C- Nov 1980
                    Noise pollution abatement
                    ABSTRACT:  The Buy fiuiet Program encourages and supports
                    the purchasing of quieter equipment such as garbage trucks,
                    air compressors and vacuum cleaners.  The Buy guiet Program
                    brings local, State and Federal officials together and
                    helps them lower their cities' invisible pollutant, noise,
                    and lower it at competitive prices.  The National League of
                    Cities supports the "buy quiet" concept.  The National
                    Institute of Government Purchasing will supply necessary
                    information.
                    NOTES:  Audio on channels 1 and 2.

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000168              Spangler Lou;
                    National Institute of Government Purchasing;
                      Buy fiuiet Government Purchasing
                        6 min: 3/<4 C: Nov 1980
                    Noise pollution abatement
                    ABSTRACT:  The same program on tape no. 000167 is repeated
                    on the first half of this tape.  The second program is on
                    government purchasing.  Lou Spangler* Executive Vice
                    President of the National Insritutue of Government
                    Purchasing, encourages communities to participate in the
                    Buy Quiet Program.  Products and equipment are often noiser
                    than they need to be.  Quiet models are often available.
                    The Buy Quiet Program will help communities to buy
                    equipment that is quieter at competitive prices.  Examples
                    of quiet equipment are demonstrated.
                    NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

000169              Wyche Paul;         Young Larry;        Danels Paul;
                    Joint Center for Urban and Environmental Studies;
                    National Urban League;
                    Office of Public Awareness;
                      Minorities and the Environment
                        32 min-' 3/4 C'- Nov 6, 1977
                    Urban areas: Pollution: Minorities
                    ABSTRACT:  Paul Wyche, Office of Public Awareness discusses
                    how minority groups are affected by pollution with Larry
                    Young, Executive Director of the Joint Center for Urban and
                    Environmental Studies, and Paul Danels, Project Director of
                    the National Urban League.  Urban residents suffer more
                    than most people from the effects of environmental
                    pollution because pollution is worse in the inner cities.
                    These city duellers also have no summer homes, air
                    conditioning or-clean water available for swimming.
                    Minorities need to be made aware of environmentally related
                    job possibilities.  The Congressional Black Caucus has a
                    better voting record than many front running
                    environmentalists because they have always been aware of
                    the environmental problems.  Affirmative action, training
                    programs  for young people and public education are needed.
                    EPA is virtually unknown in the minority community, and Mr.
                    Young and Mr. Danels discuss steps that can change this
                    situation.   Their final words of advice encourage employees
                    of EPA to examine the needs of the people they are serving
                    and communicate well with the black community.
                    NOTES:   Audio on channel 2 only.

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000170              Scott Michael;      Mazzocchi Anthony;
                    Tolles Sister Sally;
                    Office of Public Awareness;
                      Economy Ecology Labor and Environment
                        24 min: 3/H G: Nov 15, 1977
                    Industrial safety
                    ABSTRACT:  Michael Scott, Office of Public Awareness,
                    discusses labor and the envirpnment with Anthony Mazzocchi,
                    Legislative Director of the Oil, Chemical and Atomic
                    Workers International Union, and Sister Sally Tolles,
                    Daughter of Mercy, Maryland Migrant Labor Health Programs.
                    They focus on the plight of migrant farm laborers and
                    industrial workers.  Migrant laborers usually choose to be
                    farm workers because they are experts in their field.  They
                    live a day-to-day life and are usually not concerned with
                    pesticide exposure.  If a migrant worker becomes ill, the
                    crew boss frequently will not let him/her off camp to
                    receive medical care.  Industrial laborers, on the other
                    hand, choose their work based on what is available.  Their
                    lives are programmed for them by the company when they are
                    on the job.  These workers are very cynical because they
                    have seen that when EPA's head is turned, the companies
                    will do anything, particularly at night.  Mr. Scott showed
                    a short film on EPA  programs and labor.  Mr. Mazzocchi's
                    response to it was that EPA is not addressing the real
                    problems.  Sister Tollis advised EPA to stay away from the
                    migrant camps, but offer adult education programs for the
                    workers.
                    NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

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000171              McDonell Mike;      Sheehan Jack;       Wallick Frank;
                    Office of Public Awareness;
                      Labor and the Environment
                        30 min: 3/4 C- Jan 23, 1978
                    Industrial safety
                    ABSTRACT2  Labor and the environment are the subject of a
                    discussion among Mike McDonell, Office of Public Awareness;
                    Jack Sheehan, Legislative Director of the United
                    Steelworkers of America; and Frank Wallick, Editor of the
                    United Auto Workers' "Washington Report".  Labor views EPA
                    as a protector of public health and the health of workers.
                    The workplace is one of the most polluted places where
                    health hazards encountered include occupational cancer,
                    respiratory diseases and noise.  If companies do not like
                    being regulated, they will sometimes threaten environmental
                    blackmail.  They threaten to close down because they say
                    they cannot afford to comply with the regulations.  The
                    real reasons need to be examined because, in most cases,
                    the threat of a close down is not because of environmental
                    regulations.  Mr. Sheehan relates an incident where a
                    worker refused to do an illegal- midnight dump.  He lost his
                    job.  The union got it back for him without the help of
                    EPA.  Since workers will choose hazardous jobs rather than
                    be unemployed, there will always be someone ready to take
                    over when a worker leaves to avoid workplace hazards.
                    NOTES:   1:25 min blank leader.

000172              Reed Norman;        Yzaguirre Raul;
                    Office of Public Awareness;
                      Environmental Pollution in Hispanic American Communities
                        15 min: 3/4 C: Dec  1977
                    Environmental health
                    ABSTRACT'-  Norman Reed, Office of Public Awareness,
                    discusses environmental pollution in Hispanic American
                    communities with Raul Yzaguirre, Director of the National
                    Council  of La Raza.  Some problems that most severely
                    impact Hispanics' health are lack of basic necessities such
                    as indoor plumbing and  screens, finding a glass of clean
                    water, farm workers' exposure to pesticides, and dirty
                    industries in Hispanic  neighborhoods.  EPA can reach
                    Hispanics through Spanish language media, particularly
                    radio, and by working with community leaders.  Mr.
                    Yzaguirre describes ways EPA can practice affirmative
                    action for Hispanics.   EPA wants to know how the many types
                    of pollution  in the Hispanic communities can be documented.
                      Mr.  Yzaguirre  suggests that the people be informed that
                    EPA wants to  know and has a commitment to know.  After EPA
                    has this  information, study designs and contracts can be
                    arranged.
                    NOTES:   Audio on  channel  2 only.

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000173              Boykin John B;      Lorentz Jack;       Hinkle Maureen;
                    Regenstein Lewis;   Smith Miranda;
                    Office of Public Awareness;
                    Izzak Walton League of America;
                    Environmental Defense Fund;
                    Fund for Animals;
                      Friends of the Environment
                        31 min: 3/4 C: Jan 18, 1978
                    Environmental issues
                    ABSTRACT:  John B. Boykin, Office of Public Auareness,
                    leads a panel discussion with representatives of several
                    environmental groups:  1) Jack Lorentz, Executive Director,
                    Izzak Walton "League of America, 2) Maureen Hinkle,
                    Environmental Defense Fund, 3) Lou Regenstein, Executive
                    Vice President, Fund for Animals and 4) Miranda Smith,
                    Director, Institute for Local Self-Reliance.  Each person
                    describes the agency that he/she represents.  They see the
                    future role of EPA involving more pesticides restrictions,
                    development of non-chemical fertilizers, continued cleaning
                    up of air and water, improving public information and
                    participation, and stopping other agencies from using toxic
                    pesticides.  Every day a regulation is delayed, it is a
                    benefit to vested interests and a disadvantage to the
                    public.  All the members of the panel a'greed that EPA is
                    the most important agency to environmental groups.
                    NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

000174              Wisman Philip;      Murray Frank X;     Decker Gerald L;
                    Moss Laurence I;
                    Office of Public Auareness;
                      Alternatives to Litigation The National Coal Policy
                      Project
                        37 min: 3/4 C: Jan 25, 1978
                    Coal: coal mining: National Coal Policy Project
                    ABSTRACT:  Philip Wisman, Office of Public Auareness,
                    directs a discussion on the National Coal Policy Project
                    (NCPP)  uith:  1) Frank X. Murray, Director of National
                    Energy Programs, Center for Strategic and International
                    Studies, Georgetown University, 2) Gerald L. Decker,
                    Corporate Energy Director, Dow Chemical Company and 3)
                    Laurence I. Moss, Energy/Environment Consultant.  Coal has
                    been a neglected resource, but it is nou being recognized
                    as an important one.  The NCPP uas the brainchild of Gerald
                    Decker.  Its purpose uas to develop a consensus on what the
                    important issues are of mining, transporting and burning
                    coal.  One of its main formats for gathering information
                    uas through field trips.  After the trips, task forces met
                    to try and reach agreements betueen environmentalists and
                    industrialists.  More progress uas made than uas ever
                    expected.  This approach can be applied to other problem
                    areas, but it is not a panacea and the differing parties
                    must be roughly equivalent in strength.

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000175              Heier Albert;       Hawley Bruce;
                    American Farm Bureau;
                    Office of Public Awareness;
                      Agriculture and the Environment
                        25 min: 3/4 C: Jan 26, 1978
                    Agricultural runoff? Agricultural wastes
                    ABSTRACT?  Albert Heier, Office of Public Awareness,
                    interviews Bruce Hawley, Assistant Director of National
                    Affairs for the American Farm Bureau.  They discuss water
                    pollution caused by runoff from croplands and from animal
                    feedlots.  Farmers recognize their responsibility and their
                    need for clean water.  Mr. Hawley states that in cleaning
                    up feedlots, farmers should only pay for what will benefit
                    them and the public should pay for what the public will
                    benefit from.  They also discuss pesticides, noting that
                    the farmer does have an altenative to chemicals, but at a
                    price.

000176              Mulderick Ray;      Corletta Robert J;  Avent Jacques;
                    McCormick Pat;
                    Office of Public Awareness;
                      Urban Communities and the Environment
                        29 min: 3/4 G:   1978
                    Urban areas
                    ABSTRACT?  Ray Mulderick, Office of Public Awareness,
                    discusses urban communities and EPA with Robert J.
                    Corletta, President of the National Center for Urban Ethnic
                    Affairs, Jacques Avent, Director of Membership Services,
                    National League of Cities, and Pat McCormick, Deputy
                    Director, Office of Neighborhood Development, Department of
                    Housing and Urban Development.  Each person presents a
                    rundown of EPA's role in the urban environment.  They also
                    discuss EPA's communication with communities and with
                    community leaders.
                    NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

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000177              Carter Jimmy;       Costle Douglas;     Blum Barbara;
                    Office of Public Awareness;.
                      Presidents Environmental Youth Awards 1978
                        10 min: 3/4 C'-  1978
                    Awards
                    ABSTRACT!  President Jimmy Carter, EPA Administrator
                    Douglas Costle and Deputy Administrator Barbara Blum
                    present the President's Environmental Youth Awards.  The
                    Awards program is designed to recognize outstanding young
                    people who are moving on their own to improve environmental
                    quality.  It is meant to encourage young people to
                    participate in a practical way and have the results judged
                    by local residents.  Award winning projects include a
                    beautification project, growing vegetables for school
                    lunchesf water quality monitoring, establishing a major
                    recycling center, a noise pollution study, solid waste
                    monitoring and resource recovery.  Recipients of the award
                    represent 70,000 other youth who have participated in the
                    program.
                    NOTES:  Play in mixed audio.

000178              Offutt Carolyn;
                    Office of Pesticides and Toxic Substances;
                      Good Environment is Good Business
                        24 mint 3/4 c: May 1978
                    Waste management: Waste recycling
                    ABSTRACT:  Carolyn Offutt, Dioxin Project Officer, Office
                    of Pesticides, speaks to DuPont employees on the benefits
                    of a good environment.  The earth is a closed system that
                    must be protected and maintained.  If it is not, human
                    health and welfare are threatened.  Our national policy
                    states that everyone has a right to a healthful environment
                    and a. responsibility to maintain it.  DuPont is the
                    Nation's largest chemical company.  It benefits our
                    society, but also carries responsibility for its
                    activities.  Ms. Offutt describes the concept of energy
                    slave and discusses the costs of waste and pollution.
                    Waste is an inefficiency which causes environmental
                    pollution.  In addition to the loss of raw materials, it
                    creates disposal, damage, avoidance, transaction and
                    abatement costs.  Disposal alternatives include dumping,
                    treatment, recovery, reuse and process changes.  Ms. Offutt
                    discusses case histories in waste handling.
                    NOTES:  Unedited, audio on channel 2 only.

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000179              Dudley Mary Faye;
                    Chesapeake Bay Center for Environmental Studies;
                      Annapolis Boy Scouts View Oil Spill Demonstration EPA
                      News Update
                        3 min' 3/4 C: Dec 5, 1978
                    Oil spills
                    ABSTRACT  The Chesapeake Bay Center for Environmental
                    Studies provides an oil spill demonstration for a group of
                    boy scouts.  A bag of popcorn is used to represent an oil
                    spill.  As the popcorn rises to the surface it affects the
                    shore, boats and wildlife.  The scouts recount their
                    observations.

000180              Charming Carol;
                    Office of Public Auareness;
                      Presidents Environmental Youth Awards
                        90 sec: 3/u C:  1978
                    Awards
                    ABSTRACT:  This is one 60-second and one 30-second public
                    service spot with Carol Channing.  She encourages young
                    people to participate in the President's Environmental
                    Youth Program.

000181              Appropriate Community Technology Fair;
                      ACT 79
                        25 min: 3/4 C: Jul  1979
                    Technology innovation: Solar energy
                    ABSTRACT:  The Appropriate Communities Technology (ACT)
                    Fair, 1979, celebrated increasing viability of technologies
                    operating on the small scale.  It celebrated decentralized
                    technologies which are ecologically sound, simple to
                    operate, and labor intensive.  It was a chance to return to
                    the basics where big is not always better.  The fair
                    brought together over twenty consumer organizations,
                    advocacy groups, congressional offices, local, State  and
                    Federal government agencies.  ACT '79's message is that
                    alternatives exist now to conventional and oftimes wasteful
                    technologies to recover resources, conserve water and to
                    provide energy.  Some of the dozens of technologies
                    demonstrated included solar energy, recycled materials,
                    alcohol made from grain, trash recycling and source
                    separation, vermicomposting, toilet technology and
                    aquaculture.
                    NOTES:  Audio  on channels  1 and 2.

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000182              Handley Mike;       Blum Barbara;       Dudley Mary Faye;
                      Presidents Environmental Youth Awards Program
                        16 min: 3/4 C' Sep 1978
                    Auards
                    ABSTRACT:  Mike Handley narrates this description of the
                    President's Environmental Youth Awards Program.  Because
                    the earth is a closed system, resources such as air, water
                    and land must be recycled.  If any of these resources
                    become polluted, the delicate balance is thrown off.
                    Everyone, including students, must actively work to
                    maintain this balance.  Students from the Enrico Fermi
                    Elementary School in Chicago, IL, performed soil tests
                    around the city.  Mater samples were taken by a group of
                    students from the Brookfield Elementary -School in
                    Chantilly, VA.  Students from the Ballou High School in
                    Washington, DC, established an aluminum recycling center
                    and measured noise levels from National Airport.  Barbara
                    Blum, EPA Deputy Administrator, and Mary Faye Dudley,
                    coordinators of the President's Environmental Youth Awards
                    Program, discuss the program and show footage of the 1978
                    awards ceremony.
                    NOTES'  Audio on channels 1 and 2. Copyright 1979 EPA.

000183              Taves Marvin;       Cruishank Nelson;   Benedict Robert;
                    Godwin Lamond;      Blum Barbara;       Bieson Chester;
                      Senior Environmental Employment Program Awards Ceremony
                      1978
                        49 min: 3/i» c: Oct 18, 1978
                    Senior Environmental Employment Program
                    ABSTRACT:  This is an unedited tape of the Senior
                    Environmental Employment Program Awards Ceremony held
                    October  18, 1978.  Dr. Marvin Taves, Administration on
                    Aging, moderates the ceremoney.  He intrpduces Nelson
                    Cruishank, the President's Advisor on Aging.  Mr. Cruishank
                    describes how the program is a means of utilizing one of
                    the most valuable and least used resources, the senior
                    citizen.  Commissioner Robert Benedict briefly shares the
                    experiences of the Senior Environmental Employment Program.
                     Lamond Godwin, Department of Labor, congratulates the
                    Administration on Aging and EPA on a successful program.
                    Barbara Blum, EPA Deputy Administrator, presents the
                    awards.  Chester Bieson, a Senior Environmental Employment
                    Program participant, presents an acceptance speech for all
                    participants.
                    NOTES:  Unedited; audio on channel 2 only.

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000184              Blum Barbara;
                      Savings Bond Promotional
                        2 mm'- 3/4 C: May 1979
                    Savings bonds
                    ABSTRACT^  EPA Deputy Administrator Barbara Blum encourages
                    EPA employees to support the US Savings Bond Program.
                    NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

000185              Office of General Counsel;
                      Office of General Counsel Moot Hearing
                        32 min: 3/4 C- May 16, 1979
                    ABSTRACT •'  EPA's information gathering authority is
                    discussed in this moot hearing by the Office of General
                    Counsel.  Much of the discussion centers around the
                    definition of "commercial purpose".  The questions as to
                    whether EPA may have access to information under Section 5
                    or Section 8 and whether EPA may have the authority to
                    obtain studies from any person are also discussed.
                    NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

000186              EPA Region 6;
                      Keeping the World Safe for Bureaucracy Crazy
                        26 mln: 3/4 C' Oct 1979
                    Planning
                    ABSTRACT:  A town meeting conducted by the citizens of
                    Valley Creek, USA, is a satirical look at the process for
                    establishing sewage treatment facilities in their town.
                    Stereotypical roles represent actual people in real town
                    meetings.  Nothing is accomplished at the meeting.
                    NOTES:   Audio on channels 1 and 2.

000187              Crider Dale;
                      Sports  Afield
                         12 min: 3/4 C' Jun 1979
                    Endangered species
                    ABSTRACT:  Dale Crider is a modern day Johnny Appleseed who
                    lives in  the wilderness of north Florida and plants
                    conservation ideas with words and music.  The preservation
                    of a natural world is far more important to him than fame,
                    which could easily be his.  His concern for wild things,
                    especially endangered species, is based on his professional
                    background as a wildlife biologist for the State of
                    Florida.   Dale receives inspiration for the music he writes
                    by being  in touch with the wild animals and the wilderness
                    around them.  This documentary shows how living with
                    endangered species every day can tie Dale to the moral and
                    spiritual  essence of man.  Dale sees his songs as a way to
                    reach the  public and gain support for endangered species.

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000188              Williams Thomas F;  Walsh Michael;      Jackson Ben;
                    Bankoff Barbara;
                    Office of Public Awareness;
                      EPA and the Automobile
                        31 min: 3/4 C'- Nov 14, 1979
                    Automobile exhaust: Exhaust emissions
                    ABSTRACT'  Thomas F. Williams, Deputy Director, Office of
                    Public Awareness, moderates a discussion on mobile source
                    air pollution control uith Hike Walsh, Deputy Assistant
                    Administrator for Mobile Source Air Pollution Control, Ben
                    Jackson, Deputy Assistant Administrator for Mobile Source
                    and Noise Enforcement and Barbara Bankoff, Special
                    Assistant to the Administrator.  Ways of controlling mobile
                    source air pollution are to use vehicles less, improve
                    public transportation and to build cleaner cars.  The panel
                    also discusses fuel economy devices and emission control
                    system warranties.
                    NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.2 minute blank leader.

000189              Marshall EC;
                    US Dept of Agriculture Food Safety and QualityService;
                      Public Trust A Look Back
                        32 min: 3/4 C: Feb 1980
                    Food industry: Public opinion
                    ABSTRACT:  E.G. Marshall narrates this look back at some of
                    the history and heritage of both the United States and the
                    Food Safety and Quality Service of the Department of
                    Agriculture.  The meaning of public trust and why it came
                    into being is explored.  As the country grew, government
                    jobs were given out of the spoils system.  After James
                    Garfield was assassinated, the Career Service was
                    established which is based on fitness, integrity, merit and
                    on serving the public interest.  About the same time, the
                    public was made aware of corruption in the meat packing
                    industry in Upton Sinclair's "The Jungle".  The resulting
                    Meat Inspection Act of 1906 began a series of laws and
                    regulations that meant well but did not work.  This
                    evolution of the public trust and what it has grown to mean
                    are re-examined.
                    NOTES:  Audio on channels  1 and 2. This program is for
                    training purposes only and may not be broadcast.

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000190              Office of Public Awareness;
                      Linkages OPA Making Connections
                        9 min: 3/4 C: Dec 1980
                    Office of Public Awareness: Public relations
                    ABSTRACT:  Environmental problems are pervasive and their
                    solutions involve the participation of all citizens.  In
                    August 1977, the Office of Public Awareness began a process
                    to formalize EPA's links to the public.  OPA committed its
                    resources to reach people in a new way.  The Office of
                    Public Affairs became the Office of Public Awareness and
                    now links the public with EPA policy and programs.   The
                    tools to be used to encourage public awareness/public
                    participation include:  information fact sheets, workshops,
                    brochures, films, meetings, constituent briefings, hearings
                    and slide and video presentations.
                    NOTES:  Audio on channels 1 and 2.

000191              US Dept of Agriculture;
                    US Dept of Energy;
                    National Science Foundation;
                    Appropriate Community Technology Fair;
                      ACT Fair A Place to Start
                         14 min: 3/4 G:  1980
                    Technology innovation
                    ABSTRACT:  The Appropriate Community Technology (ACT) Fair,
                    held on the mall in Washington, D.C., was a model for other
                    fairs that many communities are now organising around the
                    country.  The premise is simple:  bring people together let
                    them learn about small-scale technology and about concepts
                    that lead to self-sufficiency, and show them how large
                    national problems can be solved through local community
                    action.
                    NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

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000192              Gorsuch Anne M (see also Burford Anne M)j
                    Daniel John E;      Crampton Leuis;
                      Annual Report to the President The Protection of Our
                      Environment
                        11 min: 3/i» C: May 1982
                    Environmental Protection Agency
                    ABSTRACT:  At the end of her first year as EPA
                    Administrator, Anne M. Gorsuch presents a report to the
                    President.  The Agency has achieved significant
                    environmental gains in each of its five chief objectives.
                    There has been a savings to the economy of three billion
                    dollars with no negative effects on the environment.
                    Management of the agency has improved uith neu procedures
                    to control costs and streamline objectives.  Substantial
                    backlogs which had accumulated throughout Agency programs
                    have been eliminated.  State and local involvement
                    increased to create a true environmental partnership uith
                    states and localities.  The science used for regulatory
                    decision making was improved.  The overriding objective of
                    the Agency is to safeguard the health and welfare of the
                    American people and to protect the natural environment.
                    John Daniel, Chief of Staff, and Leu Crampton, Director of
                    the Office of Management Systems and Evaluation, revieu
                    highlights and specifics of the report.
                    NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

000193              Train Russell;
                      International Womens Year
                        3 min* 3/t C-*  1975
                    Women
                    ABSTRACT?  EPA's Fourth National Conference on Women is
                    part of the International Women's Year observance.  Russell
                    Train, EPA Administrator, offers his message to the
                    conference.  The conference comes at the same time as the
                    year-end evaluation of the accomplishments of EPA.  A major
                    part of that evaluation focuses on substantive progress in
                    attaining a better physical environment for all Americans.
                    It is also a time to take stock of the uorking environment
                    at EPA and match progress against aspirations.  The
                    conference is dedicated to moving the federal uomen's
                    program forward.  Mr. Train endorses the Agency's oun
                    self-examination of problems women employee face, hou the
                    problems are manifested and uhat EPA can do to eliminate
                    injustice.
                    NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

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000194              Rickel Alice;       Stewart Roma;       Libby Kathie;
                      EPA Conference on Women 3rd March 10-12 1975
                        69 min: 3/4 B£W G: Mar 1975
                    Women
                    ABSTRACT:  Tuo women from a panel at the 3rd Annual EPA
                    Conference on Women discuss the current state of women's
                    rights.  Alice Rickel presents an overview of women and the
                    law.  She describes some Supreme Court cases and what they
                    have or have not accomplished for women.  Roma Stewart
                    discusses federal employee's rights, particularly in
                    relation to discrimination.  The role of the Equal
                    Employment Opportunity counselor is clarified.  Kathie
                    Libby discusses areas in which EPA is trying to improve
                    women's positions.
                    NOTES:  Two tapes: tape 1-49 minutes, tape 2-20
                    minutes.  Buzz on audio track.

000195              Collone Audrey;
                      Womens World
                        31 min: 3/4 C- Oct 30, 1975
                    Women
                    ABSTRACT:  Audrey Collone discusses the women's political
                    movement.  .The National Women's Political Caucus is an
                    organization designed to help women participate in
                    politics.  Ms. Collone discusses the Equal Rights Amendment
                    and women's responsibilities.  She also explains the
                    importance of the women's agenda for political conventions
                    and reveals statistics on women in public office.

000196              Train Russell;
                      EPA Awards Ceremony 1974
                        60 min: 3/4 BCW G: Jan 1975
                    Awards
                    ABSTRACT:  The Fourth EPA Awards Ceremony for outstanding
                    and dedicated performance and for superior achievement was
                    held in January,  1975.  Russell E. Train, EPA
                    Administrator, introduces speakers on the platform and
                    presents remarks which focus on EPA's responsbility and how
                    EPA's employees make it all possible.   (During the awards
                    presentation, Alan Kirk's resignation is first announced.)
                    NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

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000197              Cook Don;
                    Office of Education and Manpower Planning;
                      EPA Payroll System
                        30 min: 3/4 C' May 23, 1979
                    Payroll
                    ABSTRACT:  Don Cook, Office of Education and Manpower
                    Planning, briefs new employees on the EPA payroll system.
                    Each employee has a master file which he/she must keep
                    up-to-date.  Mandatory deductions are federal and state
                    income tax and either federal retirement or social
                    security.  Voluntary withholdings are health insurance,
                    life insurance, United Givers Fund, savings accounts,
                    checking accounts, and union dues.  Time cards are
                    processed through US Geological Survey computers.  Paydays
                    occur biweekly and about  10 days after a period ends.  It
                    is the responsibility of the employee to check the payroll
                    statement each pay period and to verify the status of
                    leave.  Any errors should be reported.
                    NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only, two programs.

000198              Train Russell;
                    Ruckelshaus William D;
                      EPA Awards Ceremony 1975
                        57 min: 3/4 C:  1975
                    Awards
                    ABSTRACT:  On the fifth anniversary of the Environmental
                    Protection Agency, an awards ceremony was held to recognize
                    EPA employees.  Russell Train, EPA Administrator, reminds
                    EPA employees of the increasing emphasis on the prevention
                    and control of pollution.  Everybody's job of environmental
                    protection has only just begun.  William p. Ruckelshaus,
                    first administrator of EPA, speaks as a citizen of the US
                    and says thank you to the Agency for making the country a
                    safer and a healthier place to live.  Gold and silver
                    metals are presented for outstanding service.
                    NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

000199                EPA Awards Ceremony 1976
                        8 min: 3/4 C: Dec 13, 1976
                    Awards
                    ABSTRACT:  This is an unedited tape of short excerpts from
                    the Sixth EPA Awards Ceremony held on December 13, 1976.
                    NOTES:  Audio on channel  2 only.

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000200
000201
Office of Public Awareness;
  Eighteen Variations on a Theme Clean Air
    16 min: 3/4 C:
Clean Air Act: Air pollution abatement: Exhaust emissions
ABSTRACT:  This is a slide transfer about air pollution
controls.  Amendments to the Clean Air Act require urban
areas to develop transportation plans that best meet the
needs of their area residents.  Measures added to the act
to help control air pollution include:
inspection/maintenance programs, vapor controls, special
lanes for buses, vanpools, toll charges on cars with a
single occupant and additional emission controls for heavy
duty vehicles.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

Gorsuch Anne M (see also Burford Anne M);
Knox Robert;        Finch Edward;       McCallum Ron;
Cusato Mary;
Office of Civil Rights;
  Civil Rights at EPA A New Beginning
    25 min: 3/4 G: Mar 1982
Civil rights: Office of Civil Rights
ABSTRACT'  The EPA Office of Civil Rights was reorganised
in 1982.  The primary objective of the reorganization is to
bring about fair and effective handling of discrimination
complaints and to prevent discrimination within the Agency.
 Anne M. Gorsuch, EPA Administrator, discusses with several
key employees the administrative aspects of the
reorganization as well as the important human issues of
fairness and  justice.  Robert Knox, Acting Director of the
Office of Civil Rights, describes the renewed activity of
the Equal Employment Opportunity counselor.  If issues at
this stage are not resolved, the case passes to an
administrative law judge.  The involvement of the judge is
described by  Edward Finch, Chief Administrative Law Judge.
Ron McCallum, Judicial Officer, discusses the appeals
process through which the final decision on the case is
made and which provides for uniformity and consistency.
Mary Cusato talks about how the reorganization will
actually affect employees.
NOTES'-  Audio on channel  2 only.

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000202
000203
000204
  Waterside Mall Complex Orientation
    5 min: 3/4 C:.Feb 7, 1977
Waterside Mall Complex
ABSTRACT:  This is a short orientation to the EPA Waterside
Mall Complex for newcomers.  The complex was originally
designed to be an apartment building.  Locations of
elevators, health unit, library, TV studio, credit union,
conference rooms, graphic studio, training center, mail
room, Office of Employment, snack bars and underground
garage are described.  Security procedures are also
discussed.

General Services Administration Office of the Federal;
  Federal Register What It Is and How to Use It
    67 min: 3/4 C: Dec 1976
Federal Register
ABSTRACT:  This program is a condensed version of the
briefing presented to EPA employees on the Federal
Register, what it is and how to use it.  Included is a
brief history of the Register, and its differences from and
relationship to the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR).
Also described are the important elements of the typical
Federal Register document.  The briefing is designed for
those who must use Federal Register publications.
NOTES:  Audio on channels  1 and 2.  Two tapes:  tape 1-41
minutes, tape 2-26 minutes.
                                        Martin Steve;
                                        Weaver Luke;
Fischer Louis;      Wilson Ann;
Cocozza Dick;       Gray Edward;
Patton Don;         Williams Stanley;
Personnel Management Division;
  Freedom of Information and Privacy Briefing
    59 min: 3/4 C: Feb 11, 1976
Freedom of Information Act
ABSTRACT:  This is an unedited version of a tuo and
one-half hour briefing on the Freedom of Information Act
and Privacy Act sponsored by EPA's Personnel Management
Division.  The briefing includes presentations by two key
officials from the US Civil Service Commission, Mr. Louis
Fischer, Attorney, Office of the General Counsel and Ann
Wilson, Bureau of Management Information Systems.  They
were questioned by a panel of EPA experts:  Steve Martin,
Management Analyst, Freedom of Information Act, Dick
Cocosza, Policy and Labor Relations, Personnel Management
Division, Edward Gray, Attorney, Office of the General
Counsel, Luke Weaver, Security and Inspection Division, Don
Patton, Management Analyst.  The opening remarks are made
by Mr. Stanley Williams, Director, Personnel Management
Division.  He stresses the importance of the Freedom of
Information Act and Privacy Act to EPA.
NOTES:  Audio on channels 1 and 2.

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000205
000206
000207
US Civil Service Commission Bureau of Training;
  Working for the United States
    25 rain-' 3/4 C ••
Civil service
ABSTRACT:  This is  a dramatized scene of a new federal
employee reporting  to work and learning about civil
servants.  She learns that civil servants work in over
fifty departments and agencies and each one has a job that
is as important to  government as it is to private business.
 Civil servants have equal opportunity under a merit system
that assures them fair treatment and provides a full
package of employee benefits.

US Civil Service Commission Bureau of Training;
  Working for the United States You and the Merit System
    15 mm: 3/4 C-
Civil service
ABSTRACT:  The Civil Service Act establishes six principles
of the civil service merit systems  employment ana
advancement based on a person's skills and abilities,
retention based on high quality performance, fair and equal
pay for substantially equal work, training as needed to
assure high quality performance, non-discrimination and
privacy rights* and freedom from political coercion.  This
system accomplishes needs vital to a competent, stable
government, continuity of government, citizen confidence
and fair treatment.  This film is for newcomers to Federal
employment.

US Civil Service Commission Bureau of Training;
  Working for the United States The Road Ahead
    17 min: 3/4 C'
Civil service
ABSTRACT:  What is ahead for federal employees in job
performance and recognition?  Job performance is based on
job descriptions which clarify how much and how well work
should be done in order to be classified as satisfactory.
The performance evaluation should involve periodic
discussions on how the job is being done.  Performance
ratings of unsatisfactory, satisfactory and outstanding
should only be based on requirements known to the employee
and which he/she has a fair opportunity to meet.  Credit
and recognition for work performance may be gained through
pay increases and performance awards.  Government careers
may be advanced through training and development, upward
mobility and career development.

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000208
000209
000210
US Civil Service Commission Bureau of Training;
  Working for the United States Your Rights and
  Responsibilities
    17 rain' 3/4 C"
Civil service
ABSTRACT:  Federal employees have a responsibility to the
public.  The Code of Ethics for government service includes
giving a full day's labor for a full day's pay, finding
more efficient and economical ways to do things, and
remembering a public office is a public trust.  There are
regulations against accepting gifts or entertainment in
connection with official duties, taking outside employment
that would interfere with government duties, and using
confidential government information for personal use.  The
government has an obligation to protect employees from
unfair or arbitrary treatment in all aspects of their jobs.
 The government has policies and procedures for grievances,
discrimination complaints, adverse actions, reductions in
force, privacy, political activity, unions and safety.
These policies balance three factors—the interest of
employees, the interest of the agencies which employ them
and the interest of the public.

US Civil Service Commission Bureau of Training;
  Working for the United States Benefits You Earn
    17 min: 3/4 C-
Civil service
ABSTRACT:  Benefit programs of the Federal Government apply
to all agencies, are administered by law and are available
to all employees regardless of race, sex, age, etc.  The
five major benefits that are fully described are health and
life insurance, injury compensation, leave and retirement.
Other benefits may include preventive health services,
emergency treatment, immunization programs, screening
programs, physical examinations, and health counseling and
referral.  Other available services may include such things
as credit unions, banks, cafeterias, and recreational
services and facilities.

US Civil Service Commission Bureau of Training;
  Working for the United States
    37 min: 3/4 C'-
Civil service
ABSTRACT:  This presentation is an abbreviated compilation
of tapes nos. 000206, 000207 and 000208.  It covers the
highlights of the merit system, job performance,
advancements and benefits.

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000211
000212
Blum Barbara;
  Barbara Blums Welcome to New Employees
    4 1/2 min: 3/t G: May 1977
Environmental Protection Agency
ABSTRACT:  Barbara Blum, EPA Deputy Administrator, welcomes
new employees to EPA.  The future of EPA is very good.
There is a growing concern for the impact of the
environment on our daily lives and for the fragile
environment whitfh sustains us.  There is also a growing
concern for human health problems such as involuntary
exposure to environmental contamination.  EPA's tasks have
grown tremendously and the success or failure of the Agency
to perform its tasks depends on the professionalism of the
staff.

Blimline Carol;     Birk Janice;
US Dept of Agriculture;
  Assertive Behavior Training Seminars Orientation
    HO min-- 3/H C' Jul 5, 1977
Assertive behavior
ABSTRACT:  Assertiveness behavior training seminars help
people feel better equipped to deal with work, family and
social situations.  This orientation with Drs. Carol
Blimline and Janice Birk assists viewers in discriminating
among assertive, nonassertive and aggressive behavior.  It
also assists the viewer in gaining a clear understanding of
basic human rights, such as the right to refuse a request
without feeling guilty or selfish, to feel and express
anger, to feel a healthy competitiveness and achievement
drive and the right to make mistakes.
NOTES:  Audio on channels 1 and 2.  2=40 minutes blank
leader.

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000213
000211
Woodward Gloria;    Blum Barbara;       Sims Matthew;
Sims Arthur;        McCarthy Mary;      Training Center;
  EPA Summer Employment Program Ceremonies 1977
    33 min: 3/1 C: Jun 29, 1977
Environmental Protection Agency
ABSTRACT:  Gloria Woodward, Employee Development Division,
moderates the Sixth Annual Opening Ceremonies for Summer
Employment.  Barbara Blum, EPA Deputy Administrator,
welcomes the students and tells them that they are at EPA
in a time of transition.  They will see the first part of
an administration of a president who is an
environmentalist.  Matthew Sims, Director of the Personnel
Office, expresses the hope that some interns will return to
EPA after graduation.  Associate Deputy Assistant
Administrator for Administration, Arthur Sims, encourages
the students to be flexible.  Mary McCarthy challenges them
to take their own initiative and seize the opportunities
ahead.  Three students are interviewed and asked why they
chose EPA for their summer internship, what they want to
accomplish at EPA, how it relates to their school work, and
how they expect their experience at EPA to help them.
NOTES:  2:30 blank leader.

Williams Stanley;
  Supervisors Role in Career Development
    33 mins 3/1 C: Sep 1977
Career counseling
ABSTRACT:  Stan Williams, Director of the Personnel
Management Division, discusses the role of the supervisor
in career development.  Career counseling is a continuing
process that enables the employee to conduct a personal
assessment of skills, knowledge, abilities, career
objectives and goals, as well as to identify barriers that
may be in the way of reaching those goals.  The three
persons involved in the career counseling process are the
employee, counselor for Personnel and the supervisor.  It
is essential that the supervisor be honest and frank with
the employee and fully prepared for any evaluation.  The
supervisor must be certain the results outlined in a
counseling session are achieved.

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000215
000216
000217
Blum Barbara;
  EPA Orientation Program for New Employees
    13 min: 3/4 C: Jul 15, 1977
Environmental Protection Agency
ABSTRACT-  This tape introduces new employees to EPA.  EPA
was established on December 2, 1970 and is a regulatory
agency under the executive branch of government.  The
administrative organization is described.  Barbara Blum,
EPA Deputy Administrator, welcomes new employees.  This
orientation tape ends with a description of the information
packet that new employees receive and a brief orientation
to the Waterside Mall Complex.
NOTES:  Audio on channels 1 and 2.

Blum Barbara;
  EPA Orientation Program for New Employees Regional Offices
    11 min: 3/H c:   1977
Personnel management
ABSTRACT^  This tape is an orientation for new employees of
EPA regional offices.  It includes the same information as
tape 000215 except that it excludes orientation to the
Waterside Hall Complex.

Security and Inspection Division;
  EPA Employee Responsibilities and Conduct
    17 min: 3/4 C:   1978
Personnel management
ABSTRACT:  In this series of humorous slides, Brother Harry
and Sister Carrie travel to EPA to explain the rules of
conduct EPA employees must follow.  The rules are based on
preventing or avoiding conflicts between employees'
personal interests and the public interest.  Some of the
rules relate to actions employees may not take, such as,
soliciting, distributing literature, and gambling.rating.
Other rules involve  such things as additional employment
and political activities.
NOTES:  Copyright 1978.

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000218
000219
Boesel Andrew;
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Campbell Alan;
Libby Kathie;
US Civil Service Commission;
  Presidential Management Intern Program
    76 min: 3/4 C' Jan 1978
Personnel management
ABSTRACT:  President Jimmy Carter established the
Presidential Management Intern Program in August, 1977.  It
was designed to attract exceptional men and women who have
recently received a graduate degree in the field of public
management.  This presentation is addressed to the training
of Panelists who select interns.  Alan Campbell, Chairman
of the Civil Service Commission, points out how the program
attempts to revitalize the Federal Personnel Management
System and to promote affirmative action.  Andrew W.
Boesel, Director of the- Program, advises all panelists to
use the same factors and criteria in evaluating
individuals.  John T. Wooten and Kathie Libby serve as
sample panelists and evaluate candidates in a group
discussion on the New York fiscal crisis.,  Ms. Libby and
Mr. Wooten also demonstrate the individual process.

Libby Kathie;
US Civil Service Commission;
  Presidential Management Intern Program Training of
  Panelists for Regional Screening Process
    149 min: 3/4 C: Dec 1, 1978
Personnel management
ABSTRACT:  This is the second presentation for training
panelists in the regional screening process for the
Presidential Management Intern Program.  Alan Campbell,
Chairman of the Civil Service Commission, points out how
the program attempts to revitalise the Federal Personnel
Management System and to promote affirmative action.  A
group exercise is shown and reviewed by Kathie Libby,
Office of Personnel Management.  Ms. Libby reviews ratings
and documents actions of two of the participants.  An
individual interview with a candidate focuses on oral
communication, interpersonal, organisation and planning
skills, problem solving techniques, and leadership
potential.  The final step in the screening process is the
overall summary rating.  Ms. Libby guides the panelists in
reviewing the results of the grou^ process and interview to
formulate the overall summary rating.
NOTES:  Audio on channels 1 and 2.

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000220
000221
  Labor Relations
    16 min: 3/4 C' Dec 1, 1978
Personnel management
ABSTRACT-'  This tape contains an unedited series of ten
vignettes that illustrate the role of unions and stewards
in government relations.   Topics covered include employee
files, overtime, representation of professional employees,
smoking, relocation of employees, merit promotion
appraisals, flexitime changes, employee's rights to
representation, leave requests and official time.
                    Mood Marion;
                    Santos John;
Jenkins Ed;
Saldana Lupe;
Thompson Doris;
Burton Joan;
Williams Mae;
Office of Civil Rights;
  Equal Employment Opportunity Conference
    21 min-- 3/4 C'- Jan 1979
Equal employment opportunity
ABSTRACT'.  Doris Thompson, Director of the Office of Civil
Rights, introduces highlights of the Equal Employment
Opportunity Conference held at EPA Headquarters.  Portions
of the conference and a post-conference evaluation were led
by Marion Mood, Area Director for Civil Rights, Las Vegas.
Ms. Thompson explains what equal employment opportunity is
at EPA.  The conference identified problems, needs and
concerns.  It also made possible the exchange of ideas on
the solutions to problems for equal employment opportunity
directors.  Excerpts from the conference include Ed Jenkins
discussing external compliance programs, Joan Burton
describing the formal complaint process, John Santos
covering the informal complaint process, Lupe Saldana
talking about the Hispanic Program, and Mae Williams
commenting on the Federal Women's Program.
NOTES:   1:45 blank leader.

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000222
Blum Barbara;
Young Andrew;
000223
Costle Douglas;
Nicholson Joan;
Office of Civil Rights;
  Black History Week 1978
    85 min: 3/4 C: Feb 12, 1978
Black History Week
ABSTRACT:  Douglas Costle, EPA Administrator, welcomes
everyone to the opening ceremonies of Black History Week
and reviews the accomplishments of Blacks.  Barbara Blum,
EPA Deputy Administrator, reads a message from President
Jimmy Carter.  In the second tape, Ms. Blum introduces the
keynote speaker, Andrew Young.  Mr. Young speaks about
progress in civil rights, Black recognition month, and how
Blacks have contributed to the society of the United
States.  He also points out that it is time to profit from
the fruits of change.  Joan Nicholson, in her closing
remarks, points out that environmental concerns are part of
the Black agenda.
NOTES:  Unedited.  Audio on channel 1 only.  Two tapes —
tape  1-36 minutes^ tape 2-49 minutes.

  Reaching People Who Need You
    10 mint 3/4 C:  1979
Combined Federal Campaign
ABSTRACT:  This film transfer shows how the Combined
Federal Campaign reaches many people in different ways.  It
is one annual, unified campaign which is principally a
combination of the United Way, National Health Agencies,
and International Service Agencies.
NOTES:  Audio on channel  1 only.

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000224
000225
                                        UB/UH/83  PAGE    111

Greenberg Sally H;
Dennin Bernadine N;
Kinney Terry B;     Chase Robert C;     Haas Peter H;
US Civil Service Commission Bureau of Training;
  Launching Civil Service Reform The Senior Executive
  Service
    29 min: 3/4 C:  1979
Civil service
ABSTRACT:  This program is accompanied by a printed
Training Session Guide.  For maximum effectiveness, the
pre-briefing reading package should be distributed to
participates prior xo attendance at training sessions.
Sally H. Greenberg, Office of Personnel Management, is the
chief architect of the Senior Executive Service (SES)
legislation and is responsible for its implementation.  She
is questioned by executives from four federal agencies:
Bernadine N. Dennin, Treasury Department, Terry B. Kinney,
Jr., Agriculture Department, Robert C. Chase, Agency for
International Development, and Peter H. Haas, Defense
Nuclear Agency.  Ms. Greenberg discusses legislation as a
framework for the SES program, noncareer and career
differences, performance appraisals, compensation package,
active recruiting of minorities and uomen, selection of
people for SES, evaluation of the program, flexibility for
top management and implementation of SES.
NOTES:  Audio on channels 1 and 2.

Sugarman Jule M;
US Civil Service Commission;
  Launching Civil Service Reform Program Development
  Conference
    30 min: 3/4 c: Oct 1978
Civil service
ABSTRACT'  Jule M. Sugarman, Vice Chairman of the Civil
Service Commission, narrates this summary of the Program
Development Conference held in Ocean City, MD, on October
22-25,  1978.  He discusses hou the Civil Service Reform Act
came into being, some of the events that preceded it, and
what is happening nou to make the act a reality.  A result
of the act is the reorganization of the Civil Service
Commission into the Office of Personnel Management, Merit
System Protection Board and the Federal Labor Relations
Authority.  Specific issues addressed in the tape are
performance appraisals, merit pay, workforce discipline,
Senior Executive Service, management and executive
development, and labor relations
NOTES:  Audio on channels 1 and 2.

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000227
000228
US Office of Personnel Management;
  Senior Executive Service Conversion
    9 min: 3/4 C: Apr 1979
Civil service
ABSTRACT:  This program describes the benefits and
requirements of converting to the Senior Executive Service.
 It also covers employee rights and the consequences of
declining the conversion.

Lawler Edward;
US Civil Service Commission;
  Performance Appraisal and Pay
    HI min: 3/4 C: Oct 23, 1978
Personnel management
ABSTRACT:  Dr. Edward Lawler, Psychologist, makes several
observations on performance appraisal and pay to the
Program Development Conference of the Civil Service
Commission.  Performance appraisal is more of an art than a
science, more subjective than objective, and more unknown
than known.  The process is more important than the
mechanism.  Dr. Lawler answers seven questions related to
performance appraisal and pay.  The questions are:  why do
it?  Is it worth it?  Why tie pay to performance?  Can it
work?  What happens if it does not work well?  How can it
work effectively?  What needs to be done?  Can it be done
here?  Dr. Lawler feels performance appraisal tied to pay
can be very effective, but is also a very difficult process.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 1 only.

Murray Mark;        Rowe Prentice;
US Dept of Agriculture Food Safety and Buality Service;
  EEO and the Federal Supervisor Affirmative Action is Good
  Management
    18 min: 3/4 C: Apr 1979
Personnel management
ABSTRACT:  Mark Murray and Prentice Rowe of the USDA Food
Safety and Quality Service Management Center, discuss the
qualities of a good manager, affirmative action, and equal
employment opportunity.  Being a good manager is more
difficult than it used to be because of the more diverse
workforce.  A successful manager never stops learning,•
deals with all the variables, and is a good team leader.
Affirmative action and equal employment opportunity are
tools of management which bring in resources from outside
an agency and redistribute resources from within an agency.
 The responsibility for using these tools lies with the
entire management team.  The key to an effective team is
human resources and a good supervisor who is sensitive to
the needs of the workers.  Every good manager is a
developer of people, provides career counseling and keeps
employees growing in their jobs.
NOTES:  Audio on channels 1 and 2.

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000230
Murray Mark;        Roue Prentice;
US Dept of Agriculture Food Safety and Quality Service;
  EEO and the Supervisor The Legal History
    19 min: 3/4 C' Apr 1979
Personnel management
ABSTRACT:  Mark Murray and Prentice Roue discuss the legal
aspects of equal employment opportunity (EEO) and
affirmative action. A montage of the historical development
of EEO and affirmative action is followed by a review of
their legislative history.  Affirmative action must be
taken uhen statistics shou women and minorities have been
excluded.  Several landmark court decisions are reviewed.
NOTES:  Audio on channels  1 and 2.

Murray Mark;        Roue Prentice;
US Dept of Agriculture Food Safety and Quality Service;
  EEO and the Federal Manager The Counselor Program and
  Complaint System
    27 min: 3/4 G: Apr 1979
Personnel management
ABSTRACT:  Mark Murray and Prentice Roue describe the
counselor program and the  complaint system.  Any employee
can assist in or be assisted by the counselor program.  The
Food Safety and Quality Service uses employees as
counselors for more effective -counseling and for a better
resolution rate.  The Equal Employment Opportunity
employee/counselor must have effective communication
skills, must be able to uork under pressure, and must
maintain the confidence of both sides.  Individual
complaints go through an informal process uhich may then
lead to a formal process.  A class action complaint
involves problems that are encountered by more than one
employee.  As in individual complaints, an informal process
is followed by a formal one.  A resolution may be reached
at any time in the process.  All steps are fully described.
NOTES:  Audio on channels  1 and 2.

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000232
000233
Ruckelshaus William D;
  National Employees Meeting
    120 min: 3/4 C:  1972
Environmental Protection Agency
ABSTRACT:  William Ruckelshaus, EPA Administrator, chairs a
national teleconference staff meeting uith employees of EPA
Headquarters, regional offices and research laboratories.
Filmed questions and comments from employees were shoun and
senior administrative officials responded.  Issues
discussed included pay checks, reorganisation, budget,
information on detergents and eutrophication, EPA logo,
individual initiative, equal employment opportunity, focus
of the Agency, r9le of research in the Agency, problems of
enforcement, legislation, political influence on decision
making, i-nternational activities, highlights for 1972, and
regional responsibilities.
NOTES:  Two tapes — tape 1-60 minutes, tape 2-60
minutes.

US Office of Personnel Management;
  Presidential Management Intern Program Training of
  Panelists for Regional Screening Process
    44 min: 3/4 C' Nov 1979
Personnel management
ABSTRACT:  This is an update of Tape no. 000219.  It
includes an additional group exercise at the beginning of
the tape.  Two members of the second group are evaluated as
a practice exercise for panelists.  An individual interview
is demonstrated by a three-member panel.  The interview is
then evaluated.  The overall summary rating is also shown.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

Carter Jimmy;
  Federal Employees at the White House A Conversation with
  the President
    33 min: 3/4 G: May 21, 1979
Civil service
ABSTRACT:  On May 21, 1979, the President of the United
States, Jimmy Carter, invited a group of federal employees
to meet with him in the Cabinet Room of the White House.
This group of men and women, representative of all  "
departments and employees, asked the President about
retirement issues, the 5.5 percent pay cap, employee
morale, ethics and other issues of concern to every federal
worker.
NOTES:  Audio on channels 1 and 2.

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000235
000236
000237
Matthews ODonna;
Federal Momens Program EPA;
  Food and the Consumer
    7 rain' 3/1 C: Nov 13,  1979
O'Donna Matthews, Consumer Advisor for Giant Food
Corporation, describes seasonal foods, buying and cooking
turkeys, and general cost-saving shopping tips.

Costle Douglas;
  Combined Federal Campaign 1979 Douglas Costle
    10 rain: 3/4 C: Dec 1979
Combined Federal Campaign
ABSTRACT:  EPA Administrator Douglas Costle thanks those
who have given to the Combined Federal Campaign and
encourages all who have not yet given to help.
Contributing will help reach people who need you.
NOTES:  Ten copies of a one minute message.

Grant Sharon;
EPA Federal Womens Program;
  Federal Womens Program Training Session in Mentoring and
  Networking
    23 min: 3/4 C:
Women
ABSTRACT:  Sharon Grant, EEO Specialist, Office of Civil
Rights, discusses women as workers, how women work
together, and  difficulties that arise.  Ms. Grant discusses
why women are  not earning  equal pay for work of equal
value, what occupational segregation has done for them, and
how they do most of the damage to themselves and to each
other.  Women  often compete with each other, however, they
can learn to be allies.  She describes mentoring as a more
experienced person advising a less experienced person, or
some type of exchange relationship.  It involves acquiring
information and planning the next step.  The gap between
professional and clerical  women must close.  Ms. Grant ends
by saying that women have  potential as leaders.
NOTES:  Audio  on channel 2 only.

French Ginger;      Hardy  Clarence;
Personnel Management Division;
  Interview with Clarence  Hardy
    6 min:  3/4 C: Jul  11,  1980
Civil service
ABSTRACT:   Ginger French interviews Clarence Hardy,
Director  of Personnel, on  civil service reform at EPA.  Mr.
Hardy states that EPA is implementing civil service reform
across the  board.  EPA has also become a pace setter in the
area of the Senior Executive Service.  Merit pay
incentives, performance standards, and job descriptions are
also discussed.

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000238
000239
000240
Nielsen Leslie;
  Message of Love
    1 1 min: 3/t C'-
Combined Federal Campaign
ABSTRACT*-  Leslie Nielson introduces this appeal for the
Combined Federal Campaign.  Several federal employees tell
why they contribute to the campaign.
NOTES:  Film transfer.

Horton John P;
  Combined Federal Campaign 1982 Results and Christmas
  Message
    15 min: 3/t C: Dec 1981
Combined Federal Campaign
ABSTRACT'  Dr. John P. Horton, Assistant Administrator for
Administration, gives the results of the 1982 Combined
Federal Campaign.  He also gives a Christmas message.
Christmas music and messages that appear on video screens
around EPA follow.

Hardy Clarence;     English William L;
Personnel Management Division;
  Grievance Process
    IS min: 3/t C- Jun 1982
Personnel management
ABSTRACT:  Clarence Hardy/ Director of Personnel,
introduces a briefing on the EPA administrative grievance
system for supervisors.  William L. English, Employee
Relations Officer, Personnel Management Division, defines a
grievance as a request for personal relief in any matter of
concern or dissatisfaction concerning employment within the
control of Agency management.  He gives examples of
grievances, such as, performance appraisals, merit
promotions, leave and overtime, reassignments, space and
office practices.  The system itself involves two stages:
informal and formal.  Mr. English outlines the steps of
each stage.  Supervisors are advised to consult with a
personnel officer when involved in a grievance process.
The supervisor has the most important role in the grievance
process and must try to resolve the grievance as best
he/she can.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

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000241
000242
000243
  Senior Environmental Employment SEE It Is Working
    9 min: 3/4 C:
Personnel management
ABSTRACT1  Many jobs in the field of environmental control
are temporary and/or part-time in nature.  The Senior
Environmental Employment (SEE) Program provides senior
citizens, 55 years and older, with jobs in the area of
environmental control.  Several SEE participants are shown
doing their jobs.  They work under State and local
authorities who have the ultimate responsibility for
pollution control.  Some participants have backgrounds that
directly relate to their jobs, while others learn new
skills.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.
                    Powell Robert;
Dodson Harold;
Morton John P;
Daniel John E;
  Combined Federal Campaign 1981
    18 min: 3/4 C-  1981
Combined Federal Campaign
ABSTRACT:  John P. Horton, Assistant Administrator for
Administration, discusses the Combined Federal Campaign
with other people at EPA.  The campaign is united in an
effort to provide funds and opportunities for people who
are less fortunate.  Harold Dobson and Robert Powell share
the reasons they contribute to the campaign and encourage
EPA employees to give as well.  The film "A Message of
Love" follows the discussion.  John E. Daniel, Chief of
Staff, Office of the Administrator, encourages all EPA
employees to give their support to the Combined Federal
Campaign.

Hoft Harrison H;
Facilities and Support Services Division;
  Federal Buildings Fund
    19 min: 3/4 C: Jul  11, 1974
Buildings: Finance
ABSTRACT:  Harrison H. Hoft, Deputy Director, Facilities
and Support Services Division, introduces this videotape to
familiarize EPA staff with PL 92-313, the Public Buildings
Amendments (a space management system).  A task force,
appointed by Mr. Hoft, discusses details of the Federal
Buildings Fund.  The greatest impact of the act on EPA is
that, in  GSA controlled federal office buildings, the rent
was previously budgeted for and paid for by GSA.  From now
on, rent  will be paid out of EPA's budget.  The primary
objective of the Federal Buildings Fund is to promote
greater  efficiency and effectiveness in the use and
management of government owned/leased space.  These goals
can be attained from EPA with proper understanding of the
principles contained in the act.
NOTES:   Audio on channel 2 only.

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000245
Aim Alyin;
  Presidents Proposed 1977 Budget for EPA
    52 min: 3/H C= Jan 20 1976
Finance: EPA budget
ABSTRACT:  Alvin Aim, Assistant Administrator for Planning
and Management, describes EPA's 1977 budget, first in a
broad outline and then in detail for each media.  The
budget reflects the austerity of the President's overall
1977 budget and is $53 million dollars less than the
previous year.  The largest decrease is in water pollution,
uith fundxng cut to the Section 208 areauide water planning
programs.  Significant increases occur in the water supply
program, management and support, and in construction grants
programs.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

Valentine Drew;     Janice Jim;         Lilly Fred;
Arthur Young and Company;
  Management by Objectives and Formal Planning Reporting
  Systems
    28 min: 3/1 G: Mar t, 1976
Management planning
ABSTRACT:  Drew Valentine discusses a
management-by-Objective (MBO) recording system with Jim
Janice and Fred Lilly.  MBO, as a recording system, is a
framework for moving the Agency toward its goals and a
basis for national objectives.  The problems with MBO
include:  education, involving States in the program,
reducing the effect of the report card syndrome, its image
as a numbers game, and the perception that Headquarters
dictates the numbers.  MBO is in the intermediate stage of
development and is completely supported by top management
at EPA.  The Formal Planning and Reporting System is also
included in the discussion.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

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000246
000247
Haley Neil;
Cleaveland James R;
Shay Donald E;
Greenstreet Willis;
Taylor Graeme;
Management Analysis Center;
Management Information and Data Systems Division;
  Zero Base Budgeting Briefing
    42 min: 3/4 C: Jun 1976
Finance ••  EPA Budgets Zero base budgeting
ABSTRACT:  Neil Haley, Chief of the Management Information
and Data Systems Division (MIDSD), announces that EPA is
planning to use zero base budgeting (ZBB) for ADP in FY 78.
 ZBB offers a number of advantages2  it gives a more open
and visible method for determining resource requirements,
it relates ADP funding to the Agency's program priorities,
and it allows new programs to compete with ongoing programs
for resources.  EPA obtained the services of the Management
Analysis Center to help establish zero base budgeting.  In
the first part of the Center's presentation, Graeme Taylor
explains ZBB.  James R. Cleaveland and Donald E. Shay
describe the budget process and service levels.  In the
second part, a round table discussion focuses on an example
of varying levels of service.  Next is a discussion on the
forms to be used for zero base budgeting.  Finally, Willis
Greenstreet, Director of MIDSD, provides concluding remarks.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

Fredericks Stanley W;
Contracts Policy and Review Branch;
  Cost Analysis Workshop for Contracts and Grants
    80 min: 3/4 C: Sep 1976
Cost analysis
ABSTRACT:  Stanley W. Fredericks, Cost Analyst, Contracts
Management Division, discusses cost analysis techniques.
The presentation was originally given on September 21,
1976, to EPA  personnel involved in grants administration
and in grants cost analysis.  While it deals with cost
analysis of grant  applications and subagreement proposals,
the techniques described are equally applicable to prime
contracts  and subcontracts.  Techniques discussed are those
most often used by EPA.  They include cost analysis of
individual rates,  category rates, annual escalation,
partner rates, fringe benefits, direct material, indirect
costs, income statements, travel costs, review of
accounting systems, and auditing.
NOTES:  Audio on  channel 2 only.  Two tapes:  tape 1-38
minutes, tape 2-42 minutes.

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000218
000249
000250
Tarran Jack;
Facilities and Support Services Division;
  Facilities Services and Support Division Briefing
    9 min: 3/1 C: Dec 13, 1976
Facilities Services and Support Division
ABSTRACT?  Jack Tarran, Director of the Facilities Services
and Support Division (FSSD), describes his division as a
service oriented organization impacting on the daily
routine of all EPA empl9yees.  FSSD is charged with the
responsibility of coordinating the Agency's facilities,
general services, and audio-visual activities.  The
division is also involved with space allocation, property
management, supply and similar necessities.  Mr. Tarran
outlines the organisational chart of FSSD and describes the
functions of each branch.

Aim Alvin;          Rhodes Edward R;
  EPA Issues and Answers
    16 min' 3/14 c- Aug 18, 1976
Personnel management
ABSTRACT2  The program Issues and Answers affords EPA
employees an opportunity to obtain clarification on policy
decisions covering a wide spectrum of subjects.  Alvin Aim,
Assistant Administrator for Planning and Management, and
Edward R. Rhodes, Deputy Assistant Administrator for
Administration, take questions from three employees.
Issues include:  status of the EPA Headquarters
classification and position management survey, merit
promotions, preselection, upward mobility, career planning
programs, flexitime, office space and air pollution alert
contingency plans.
NOTES'-  Audio on channel 2 only.

Marvin Sam;
Office of Financial Management;
  Statistical Sampling An Introduction
    29 min: 3/4 G: May 19, 1977
Statistical analysis
ABSTRACT:  Ms. Sam Marvin, Program Analyst, Office of
Financial Management, presents an introduction to
statistical sampling.  Games of chance and political
science are the basis of statistical sampling.  Statistics
involve the collection, analysis, interpretation and
presentation of masses of numerical data.  Ms. Marvin
discusses descriptive statistics, samples, inductive
statistics, population and bias.  There is no end to things
that can cause trouble in the collection, recording and
processing of data.  In order to avoid biases, a table of
random numbers can be used, which Ms. Marvin describes.
NOTES:  Audio on channels 1 and 2.

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000251
000252
000253
                                        08/04/83  PAGE    12

Computer Network Corporation;
Management Information and Data Systems Division;
  Presentation by COMNET for EPAs Agency Wide Data
  Processing Services
    173 min: 3/4 C: Feb 1977
Computer systems
ABSTRACT:  Computer Network Corporation (COMNET) provides
computer support to EPA.  These tapes orient EPA employees
to the facilities, services and to the people involved in
the COMNET contract.  Tape one includes a slide show of the
executive summary of the contract, an overview of COMNET's
efforts at EPA, information about SDC, a subcontractor, the
overall structure to perform Washington data center
activities, and a status report on hardware.  The second
tape includes an overview of software, management controls,
background of the network design, implementation plan for
the network, and a question and answer period.  Tape three
concludes the sessions with more questions and answers on
user support and on conversion of the national system.  The
differences between fixed rate and cost reimbursable
contracts are explained at the end of the third tape.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.  Three tapes:  tape 1-64
minutes, tape 2-60 minutes, tape 3-49 minutes.

Slesinger Jeff;
Computer Network Corporation;
Management Information and Data Systems Division;
  Concepts and Demonstration of ALPHA
    144 min: 3/4 c: Feb 1977
Computer systems
ABSTRACT^  These three tapes are part of the "Presentation
by COMNET for EPA's Agencywide Data processing Services"
(tape no. 000251), but are limited to concepts and a
demonstration of ALPHA by Jeff Slesinger, Senior Systems
Analyst at COMNET.  The first tape is a complete overview
of ALPHA.  Several questions are answered about security.
The second tape contains a direct comparison of ALPHA to
WYLBUR and basic ALPHA concepts.  The third tape is a live
demonstration of ALPHA commands.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.  Three tapes: tape 1-60
minutes, tape 2-50 minutes, tape 3-34 minutes.

Audio Visual Support Branch;
  Closed Circuit TV Previews
    7 min:3/4 G: March  1977
Audio Visual Support Branch
ABSTRACT:  This tape contains samples of studio and remote
programming produced by the  Closed Circuit TV Office of the
Audio Visual Support Branch  at EPA.
NOTES:  Mixed audio, 2 copies.

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000254
000255
Audio Visual Support Branch;
  On the Road with EPA
    7 min: 3/4 G: Nov 1977
Audio Visual Support Branch
ABSTRACT:  The mobility of the Audio Visual Support Branch
is demonstrated.  Field trips are facilitated by a very
mobile camera called the "mini-camera".  Slides and film
are easily integrated into final tapes.  Using the
mini-camera, the Audio Visual Support Branch produces and
graphically illustrates a broad spectrum of environmental
situations including events, violations, compliances,
conferences, presentations, opinions, speakers, workshops,
and seminars.
NOTES:  nixed audio.

Greenstreet Willis;
Anderson Clyde;     Stein Sid;
Computer Sciences Corporation;
Management Information and Data Systems Division;
  Computer Sciences Corporation Presents an Overview
    54 min: 3/14 c: May 1977
Computer systems
ABSTRACT:  Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC) presents an
overview of the development, maintenance, and operations
contract for EPA.  Willis Greenstreet lists the system
categories in which CSC may perform:  tracking and
reporting, mini-computer applications, modeling and
scientific; laboratory automation, trend and monitoring,
graphic and display, support of S2K data base management
systems applications, conversions from IBM to UNIVAC, and
technical information.  Clyde Anderson, President of the
Applied Technology Divison, CSC, presents an overview of
CSC, its resources, and how it relates to the contract.
Sid Stein, CSC, outlines the contract objectives to provide
easy acess to ADP services, minimize costs and redundancy
in software, and standardize ADP procedures.  He also
elaborates on the contracts management quick reaction and
task assignment services, and on subcontracting capability.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

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000257
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Pena Gary;
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Stringer Malcolm;   Thieme Bud;
Grand Alan;         Office of Audit;
  Audit Conference St Louis
    290 min: 3/4 C: Nov 1977
Audits '• Auditing: Construction Grants Program
ABSTRACT:  Workshop designed to introduce procedures in
auditing the Construction Grants Program held in St. Louis,
Mo, Nov 1977.  Malcolm Stringer, Director of Audit,
provides an introduction and commentary between speakers.
Bud Thieme 'describes technical aspects of sewage collection
treatment and disposal in tape 1.  In tape 2 he describes
advanced waste treatment.Gary Pena discusses various types
of audits EPA now performs and pre-audit awards.  In tape
3-4 Alan Orand's discussion includes scope of audits, use
of criteria; project file briefing; cost plus fixed fee
contracts.  On tape 4 Mr. Pena describes special aspects of
construction grants and change orders.  In tape 5, Mr. Pena
elaborates on punch/deficiency lists and professional
construction management.  Mr. Orand discusses architect
engineering services, contract agreements, direct and
indirect costs.  Mr. Pena discusses goldplating and, on
tape 6, describes industrial cost recovery.
NOTES'-  Audio on channel 2 only.  Six tapes:  tape  1 - 58
minutes, 2-53 minutes; 3-52 minutes, 4-59 minutes; 5
- 62 minutes; 6-6 minutes.

Costle Douglas;     Jorling Thomas C;   Rhett John T;
Mauzy Mike;
Municipal Construction Division;
  Delegating Management of Construction Grants Program to
  States
    31 min: 3/4 c: Sept 1978
Construction Grants Program
ABSTRACT:  EPA Administrator Douglas Costle announces
delegation of the .Construction Grants Program under the
Water Pollution Control Act.  The panel includes:  Tom
Jorling, Assistant Administrator for Water Program
Operations, and the Director of Region 5's Water Division.
They discuss goals of the delegation programs, composition
of the delegation agreements, EPA requirements for approval
of delegation and application; how a State can best prepare
for the delegation of responsibility, and some of the
realities of operating under an effective delegation
agreement.  Following the panel discussion, Mike Mauzy,
Acting Director of EPA Illinois, and John Bryson, Chairman
of California Water Resources Control Board describe their
State's experiences in the delegation process.
NOTES:  Mixed audio.

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000258
000259
Nelley nary Lou;    Snydex Phil;
Arthur Young and Company;
Management Information and Data Systems Division;
  Data Management and Standardization Program Feasibility
  Study
    58 min: 3/<4 C' Jul 7, 1978
Data base management systems
ABSTRACT:  Mary Lou Nelley, Computer Systems Analyst,
Office of Management Information and Data Systems Division,
introduces this briefing conducted by Phil Snyder of Arthur
Young and Co., on the EPA Data Management and
Standardization Project.  The project was created to
determine if there was a need for data management in EPA.
Fifteen major EPA information systems were surveyed from
the perspective of five data categories: facility
identifiers, sample station sites, facility geographic
location; parameter unit identifiers, and Duality assurance
codes.  The project also provided alternative methods of
data management, their cost analysis, requirements, and
recommendations.  Mr. Snyder presents results of the
requirement analysis including the objectives of the
project, current trends in resource management programs,
current status of data management in EPA, and a summary of
requirements and recommendations.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

Currie Jim;         McCloy Bill;        Haugh LeRoy;
Federal Audio Visual Committee;
  Motion Picture Procurement Procedures
    60 min: 3/<4 G: Mar 21, 1979
Motion pictures
ABSTRACT:  The Federal Audio-Visual Committee held a
special meeting for contracting officers of all government
agencies on the new motion picture contracting system.  The
three members of the committee are Jim Currie, Chairman;
Bill McCloy, Chief, Products Division, Directorate
Audio-Visual Activities, and LeRoy Haugh, Associate
Administrator for Regulations and Procedures, Official
Federal Procurement Policy.  Mr. Currie describes problems
that occured in the old system and h9« the new system
provides a means to obtain quality films at competitive
prices.  Mr. McCloy reviews documents that have been sent
out, and discusses operating proc edures.  Mr. Haugh
discusses the legal basis of the approach.  A question and
answer session follows.
NOTES:  Motion pictures.

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000260              Lackey Curt;        Hamel Scott;        Manning Lee;
                    Computer Network Corporation;
                    Management Information and Data Systems Division;
                      Multiple Virtual Storage MVS Briefing
                        55 min: 3/4 C: Jan 26, 1983
                    Computer systems
                     ABSTRACT^  The purpose of this briefing is to explain to
                    EPA employees why the Management Information and Data
                    Systems Division chose to recommend conversion to IBM's
                    Multiple Virtual Storage  (MVS).  Curt Lackey explains that
                    the conversion will improve stability problems,
                    reliability, and responsiveness to EPA.  Scott Hamel
                    Computer Network Corporation, provides information on the
                    conversion approach, the  conversion schedule, and some
                    impacts on users.  He focuses on technical aspects of the
                    development and on retaining useers.  Lee Manning, EPA MVS
                    Conversion Manager, describes results of a case study on
                    conversion from ALPHA to  ISO.
                    NOTESs  Audio on channel  2 only.

000261              Matrazzo Donna;
                    Fisher Scientific Company;
                      Role of the Scriptwriter
                        35 min: 3/4 C: Jan 1979
                    Scriptwriting
                    ABSTRACT:  Donna Matrazzo, Audio Visual Writer, Fisher
                    Scientific Co., talks about why a script is needed to avoid
                    misunderstanding of ideas, make ideas work, assure quality,
                    and save money.  Ms. Matrazzo outlines steps in preparing a
                    script. First is the pre-script meeting which should cover
                    production parameters. The second step, research, is the
                    most  time consuming and tedious, but also the most
                    important.  It includes reading printed materials, viewing
                    other audio-visual presentations, and interviewing.  Third
                    is organization of the information.  In the fourth step,
                    the creative concept is developed.  Treatment is the fifth
                    step.  This includes the  nature of the sets, studio or
                    location, talent, major segments, transitions, key lines of
                    copy, major technical devices and continuity.  This process
                    is followed by the rough  draft  which includes scene
                    numbers, location, camera instructions, scene action,
                    audio, and specific props.  The final draft follows.  Ms.
                    Matrazzo includes many helpful  suggestions throughout her
                    presentation.
                    NOTES:  Audio on channel  2 only.

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000263
Johnson Edwin;
Office of Pesticide Programs;
  Time Accounting Information System
    18 min: 3/4 C: Sept 1979
Personnel management
ABSTRACT:  Edwin L. Johnson, Deputy Assistant Administrator
for Pesticide Programs talks about the time accounting
information system.  Management's objectives in developing
this system are to develop hard unit cost information for
developing and defending the Office of Pesticide Programs
(OPP) budget.  The system uill assist in the identification
of branch and section work loads, and uill indicate the
impact of special projects on schedules and resources.  It
uill monitor the 'expenditure of human resources for
possible reallocation and provide a historical data base
for developing, monitoring; and forecasting as a part of
OPP's long range planning process.  In accomplishing these
objectives, Mr. Johnson assured employees that OPP is being
careful not to infringe on their personnal and individual
rights to privacy. He particularly mentions that this data
uill not be used to evaluate individual performance.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 1 only; includes tuo cuts.

Poole Elijah;       Wallace Lance;      Gardenier Turkan;
Information Systems Development Branch;
  Domestic Information Display System EPA Applications
    17 min: 3/4 C:
Computer systems
ABSTRACTS:  The Domestic Information Display System (DIDS)
is an unique color mapping system designed for rapid access
to and analysis of domestic information.  It uas originally
used to display census data.  Elijah Poole, Computer
Specialist, Office of Planning and Management (0PM)
describes DIDS as an unique, efficient, versatile, and
valuable source of graphical analysis.  Dr. Turkan
Gardenier, Health Statistician 0PM, explains how DIDS makes
economic, health, and enviornmental data available that
uould otherwise be difficult to integrate.  She describes
how it highlights the relationships between health and
environmental effects and may illicit otheruise hidden
results.  Dr. Lance Wallace, Environmental Scientist,
Office of Research and Development, discusses hou a study
of the geographic variation of disease rates could reveal
important environmental contributions to disease.  Mr.
Poole encourages other EPA offices to consider using DIDS.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

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000265
000266
White House Office of Administration;
  Information Efficient
    11 min: 3/4 C:
ABSTRACT:  This tape concerns information management in the
White House Office of Administration (OA).  The Office has
expanded to include computer facilities management and
information systems development and management.  The
productivity of Presidential advisors can be improved by
word processing systems which drastically reduce the time
required to prepare for meetings.  OA is also inf9rmation
efficient, providing access to the right information when
needed.  Time is saved by information efficient systems.
NOTES:  nixed audio.
                                        Miller Leonard;
                                        Kimm Victor J;
Blum Barbara;       Miller Jeffrey C;
Plehn Steffen;      Compton Sarah;
Office of Public Awareness;
Office of Water Enforcement;
  EPA Consolidated Permit Regulations
    27 min: c
Regulations
ABSTRACT:  Barbara Blum/ EPA Deputy Administrator,
introduces this tape on regulatory reform of consolidated
permit regulations.  The permit process for the following
programs will be meshed into one process:  hazardous waste
disposal* underground injection control, National Pollutant
Discharge Elimination System, Section 404 dredge and fill,
and prevention of significant deterioration of air.  A
panel discussion follows with Jeffrey C. Miller, Acting
Assistant Administrator for Enforcement; Leonard Miller,
Former Acting Deputy Administrator for Water Enforcement;
Steffen Plehn, Deputy Assistant Administrator for Solid
Waste; Sarah Compton, Deputy Assistant Administrator for
Water Enforcement; and Victor Kimm, Deputy Assistant
Administrator for Drinking Water.  The panel presents an
overview and discusses timing coordination with States,
benefits, effects on the States, and better enforcement.
NOTES:  Mixed audio.

Audio Visual Support Branch;
  Lets Communicate with EPA Television
    1 1/2 min: 3/4 c:
Audio Visual Support Branch
ABSTRACT: This tape promotes EPA televison facilities.
NOTES:  Mixed audio.

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000268
Audio Visual Support Branch;
  On the Road
    7 min: 3/4 C'  1981
Audio Visual Support Branch
ABSTRACT:  This tape demonstrates re mote filming by the
Audio Visual Support Branch and the quickness and
efficiency with which videotapes are prepared.
NOTES:  Mixed audio.

Williams Karen H;   Gerken Kenneth L;
Office of Federal Procurement Policy;
  Implementing OMB Circular A76
    57 min: 3/4 G: Mar 27, 1980
Procurement
ABSTRACT:  Karen Hastie Williams, Administrator, Office of
Federal Procurement Policy, welcomes viewers to this
presentation which addresses the current policy assuring
that products and services needed by the Government are
acquired in the most cost effective way.  Kenneth L.
Gerken, describes how the policy reaffirms Government
policy to rely on the private sector.  It requires that
inherently governmental functions be performed by
government employees, and recognizes that the American
people deserve economy in government.  A panel discussion
identifies and clarifies issues regarding Circular A-76.
The second part of the tape provides a case study for a
cost analysis of contract and in-house services.  The Cost
Comparison Handbook is described line by line.  The
description includes comparison of the costs of direct
materials, material and operations overhead, direct labor,
fringe benefits, general and administrative expenses,
inflation and contracts.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

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000271
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Horton John P;      Fitzgerald Alice;
Dougherty Cynthia C;
Office of Administration;
  Phones and Managers
    17 min: 3/4 C: Jul 1982
Personnel management: Telephones
ABSTRACT:  The telephone system at EPA is the subject of
this expose.  Dr. John Horton describes actions he took
when he discovered a sixteen million dollar phone bill at
EPA.  Alice Fitzgerald recommends reducing phone bills by
reducing commercial long distance charges, eliminating
excess phones, using fewer local message units, converting
to single line systems, and making notes before placing
long distance calls.  Another suggestion is to eliminate
paper phones  (phones that are being paid for, but do not
exist).  Excess phones not used by regular employees may
also be reduced.  Billing and accounting errors contribute
to five to ten percent of the total bill.  Cynthia C.
Dougherty describes the goal of one phone per employee.
NOTESs  Audio on channel 2 only.

Horton John P;
Office of Administration;
  Telephone Bill
    10 min: 3/4 G: Jan 1982
Telephones
ABSTRACT:  John P. Horton, Assistant Administrator for
Administration, describes how to help lower the cost of
telephone calls and the cost of telephone service at EPA.
Local business calls should be made efficiently so lines
are not tied  up.  Personal calls cost six cents each and
should be eliminated.  By dialing 8 instead of 9 for long
distance call's, the Federal Telecommucnications System
(FTS) is accessed and costs are redued.  Itemized lists of
long distance calls will be issued to each office.  The
cost for personal telephone calls will be charged to
employees.
NOTES:  Audio on  channel 2 only.

  Centrex uith Electronic Switching
    10 min: 3/4 C:
ABSTRACT:  This tape describes the Centrex system with
electronic switching.  Several features are demonstrated:
recall dial tone, direct inward dialing, threeway,
conference, transfer, call forwarding, call forwarding
busy, call forwarding-no answer, call hold, call pick-up,
and speed calling.
NOTES:  Audio on  channel 2 only.

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000273
000274
  If the Shoe Fits
    29 min: 3/1 C: May 27, 1982
Telephones
ABSTRACT:  This is a story about bad telephone habits and
the problems they can cause.  Some hints for improving
habits are:  each person should make his/her oun phone
calls* have a message pad and pencil by each phone, check
regularly for messages, do not leave anyone on hold without
a progress report, do not leave an open line, answer
telephone the first ring, and leave forwarding telephone
numbers.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only, film transfer, copyright
1982.

Arnn James A;
Contracts Management Division;
  Small Purchases $2500 to $10000
    20 min: 3/4 C:  1977
Procurement
ABSTRACT:  James A. Arnn, Procurement Analyst, discusses
the increase to $10,000 in procurement negotiation
authority authorized by Public Law 93-356.  This authority
will simplify procedures and increase economy and
efficiency in the Federal Government.  The points Mr. Arnn
raises for consideration include the authority for
procurement negotiation, requests for quotation,
justification for non-competitive procurement, the need to
publicize proposed procurement action in the Department of
Commerce synopsis, terms and conditions applicable to small
purchases.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

Dammeyer John;
Contracts Management Division;
  EPA Source Evaluation and Selection Procedures
    20 min: 3/4 C: Apr 18, 1977
Procurement
ABSTRACT:  EPA's policies and procedures relating to source
evaluation and selection of personal property and
nonpersonal services were established through Procurement
Information Notice No. 77-15.  John Dammeyer, Head of
Contracts Policy Section, Contracts Management Division,
describes standardisation of procedures within EPA as a
primary objective.  EPA has formalized the evaluation and
selection process and has appointed a source selection
board (SEB), a technical evaluation panel and a business
evaluation panel.  Mr. Dammeyer outlines major points in
the process:  involve the SEB in solicitation, evaluate
acceptable offers, evaluate best and final offers,
negotiate with source selected, obtain clearances and
approvals, award the contract, and debrief upon request.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

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000276
Martin Paul A;
Contracts Management Division;
  Introduction to the Policy and Review Elements of the
  Procurement Organization
    17 mint. 3/4 C-  1977
Procurement •'  Contracts Policy and Review Branch
ABSTRACT'-  Paul A. Martin, Chief of Contracts Policy and
Review Branch, discusses major activities of the Branch.
The Procurement Policy Section attempts to develop policy
and procedures through the Contracts Management Manual and
through Procurement Information Notices.  Procurement
Management is responsible for the review of major
non-competitive justifications, requests for proposals, and
contracts over $500,000.  It is also responsible for
management review of procurement operation centers.  The
Minority Business Enterprise Program's responsibilities
include development of annual minority business enterprise
goals.  The Contractor Relations Program interacts with all
small businesses except minority businesses.
Audio on channel 2 only.

Martin Paul A;
Contracts Management Division;
  Accomplishments and Objectives for FY 1977 Contracts
  Management Division
    15 min' 3/4 C'  1977
Procurement: Contracts Policy and Review Branch
ABSTRACT:  Paul A. Martin, Chief of the Contracts Policy
and Review Branch, describes how the staff of the Branch
has demonstrated unusual initiative in developing and
improving procurement policy and procedures.  In six weeks,
the Policy staff reviewed a backlog of assignments and
categorized them into a workload priority.  The staff is
now able to quickly react to procurement issues and verify
a position with existing policies.  In the Small Business
Program  there is now a consistent procedure for setting
goals and for reporting program accomplishments.  Other
initiatives and achievements of the Branch are also
described.
NOTES:   Audio on channel 2 only.

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000278
000279
Mathis William E;
Contracts Management Division;
  Introduction to the Procurement Organization
    13 min: 3/1 C-  1977
Procurement: Contracts Management Division
ABSTRACT:  William E. Mathis, Director, Contracts
Management Division (CMD), explains hou the Division is
organized and he introduces key CMD personnel.  Mr. Mathis
reviews an organizational chart that includes the Contracts
Policy and Review Branch; Cost Review and Policy Branch;
and Durham, Cincinnati and Headquarters Contract Operations.
NOTES:  Aud-io on channel 2 only.

Hunt Everette C;
Contracts Management Division;
  EPA Small Business Program
    15 min: 3/1 c- Jan 1977
Small businesses
ABSTRACT2  Everette C. Hunt, Small Business Specialist,
Contracts Management Division, defines a small business,
describes the Small Business Act, and explains hou EPA
places special emphasis on small business concerns.  Some
of management's efforts to enhance the EPA Small Business
Program include instructing small business concerns on hou
to respond to procurement solicitations and updating small
business and set-aside goals.  Mr. Hunt also describes the
responsbilities of small business specialists.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

Hunt Everette C;
Contracts Management Division;
  Overview of EPAs Minority Business Enterprise Program
    14 min: 3/1 C- Jan 12, 1977
Minority Business Enterprise Program EPA
ABSTRACT2  Everette C. Hunt, Minority Business Specialist,
Contracts Management Division, explains the origin,
purpose, commitment and achievements of the EPA Minority
Business Enterprise Program (MBEP).  The success of the
program depends on a well coordinated effort on the part of
all program heads having procurement responsibility.
Qualified minority group members should have an equitable
opportunity to become more actively involved in EPA
procurement activities.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

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000280              Richmond Doug;
                    Contracts Management Division;
                      Overview of Research Triangle Parks RTF Contracts
                      Management Division
                        12 man: 3/4 C-  1977
                    Procurement
                    ABSTRACT:  Doug Richmond, Director of Contracts Management
                    Division, Research Triangle Park (RTF), explains the
                    functions of the Division.  He describes the contracts they
                    write and the offices they serve.  Mr. Richmond reviews and
                    organizational chart of the RTF Contracts Management
                    Division and introduces staff members.
                    Audio on channel 2 only.

000281              Hambrick Donald;
                    Contracts Management Division;
                      Contracts Management Cost Review and Policy Branch
                        12 min: 3/4 C: Apr 4, 1977
                    Cost Review and Policy Branch
                    ABSTRACT^  Donald Hambrick, Chief of the Cost Review and
                    Policy Branch talks about the responsibilities of his
                    Branch.  The two sections in the branch are responsible for
                    financial aspects of the contracting activity.  Mr.
                    Hambrick introduces staff members and describes their
                    functions.  He describes the Contract Planning System in
                    detail.
                    NOTES1  Audio on channel 2 only.

000282              Pohlkamp Dick;
                    Contracts Management Division;
                      Contracts Management Division Cincinnati
                        8 min: 3/4 C:
                    Cincinnati Contracts Management Division
                    ABSTRACT:  Dick Pohlkamp, Director of the Cincinnati
                    Contracts Management Division, describes the Division's
                    procurement organization.  He introduces key personnel and
                    describes their primary responsibilities.  Mr. Pohlkamp
                    identifies the major services the Division provides and the
                    offices it supports.
                    NOTES1  Audio on channel 2 only.

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000284
Martin Paul A;
Contracts Policy and Review Branch;
  Contracts Policy and Review
    10 min: 3/4 C: Jan 1979
Contracts Policy and Review Branch
ABSTRACT-'  Paul Martin* Chief of the Contracts Policy and
Review Branch CCPRB), identifies and discusses major
activities of the Branch.  He reviews the CPRB organization
chart, introduces members of the staff and describes their
responsibilities.  Mr. Martin details responsibilities of
the policy and management staff.  Staff reporting
requirements are outlined.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

Nosenchuck Norman;
Municipal Construction Division;
  Construction Grants Process Role of the Federal Government
    55 min: 3/i» c: Apr 1976
Construction Grants Program
ABSTRACT1  The Construction Grants Training Program has
been developed to assist EPA regional offices in educating
and developing new employees.  Norman Nosenchuck, Municipal
Construction Division, gives the background of the
Construction Grants Program.  The objective of the program
is to assist in and serve as an incentive in construction
of municipal sewage treatment works which are required to
meet State and Federal water quality standards.  Mr.
Nosenchuck describes congressional actions, Federal funding
programs, PL 92-500 - Construction Grants Program, roles of
State and local governments, and the future of the Federal
Clean Water Program.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

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000285              Nosenchuck Norman;
                    Municipal Construction Division;
                      Construction Grants Program EPA Regulations Guidance and
                      Procedures
                        t«4 min: 3/4 C.s Apr 1976
                    Construction Grants Program
                    ABSTRACT:  Norman Nosenchuck, Municipal Construction
                    Drvision, talks about EPA regulations, guidance and
                    procedures used in reviewing applications for grants.  He
                    elaborates on the Code of Federal Regulations, Federal
                    Register, Manual of References for Construction Grants
                    Program and on the Handbook of Procedures.  EPA's basic
                    concerns in the management of the Construction Grants
                    Program are:  to perform the program in an efficient
                    manner, to safeguard the integrity of the program, to
                    preserve and protect the primary responsibilities and
                    rights of States in the control of water pollution, and to
                    insure, through proper management of the environmental
                    evaluation process, that projects uhich are approved and
                    constructed are environmentally sound.
                    NOTES'-  Audio on channel 2 only.

000286              Bouyer Al;          Ecolscience Inc;
                    Municipal Construction Division;
                      Construction Grants Process State Planning Process
                        37 min: 3/4 C' Apr 1976
                    Construction Grants Program
                    ABSTRACT:  It is the States' responsibility to abate uater
                    pollution and to establish and enforce uater quality
                    standards according to Al Bouyer, Ecolscience, Inc.  Mr.
                    Bouyer discusses the planning process/ basin plans (uaste
                    load  allocation studies), areauide uaste treatment
                    management plans, State strategy and programs, State
                    priority system, and funding.  He then narrows this
                    planning process doun to actual construction. -
                    NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

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000288
000289
Bowyer Al;          Ecolscience Inc;
Municipal Construction Division;
  Construction Grants Process Preapplication Information
    42 min: 3/4 C' Apr 1976
Construction Grants Program
ABSTRACT:  Host mayors and municipal officials are not
specialists in the area of sewage treatment and need
assistance in order to participate in the Construction
Grants Program.  Al Bowyer, Consultant* Ecolscience, Inc.>
suggests that communication among State applicants, EPA and
consultants is a necessary step for the program to succeed.
 He discusses eligibility, handbooks, pre-application
conference, contracts for professional services,
administrative and technical requirements, and regionalized
format.
HOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

Bowyer Al;          Ecolscience Inc;
Municipal Construction Division;
  Construction Grants Process Step 1 Grant Application and
  Processing
    45 min: 3/4 C« Apr 1976
Construction Grants Program
ABSTRACT:  Al Bowyer, Ecolscience, Inc., discusses Step 1
— Grant Application and Processing — and covers each
accompanying document item-by-item.  Mr. Bowyer"s
discussion follows the format in Chapter 4 of the
Procedural Handbook.  The five major components of Step 1
are the plan of study. State or regional clearinghouse
comments, State priority certification form, application
form and proposed subagreements.  Mr. Bowyer describes in
detail the plan of study, administrative requirements and
funding.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

Bowyer Al;          Ecolscience Inc;
Municipal Construction Division;
  Construction Grants Process Facilities Plans
    97 min: 3/4 c: Apr 1976
Construction Grants Program
ABSTRACT:  The facility plan is the implementation portion
of the Construction Grants Program.  It is the first of
three steps necessary to complete investigations and
determine what will be built and how it will be built.  Al
Bowyer, Ecolscience, Inc., discusses preparation of the
facility plan, facility plan review, regulatory
requirements, guidance and flexibility, and effluent
limitations in tape  1.  In tape 2, he discusses the future
situation, alternatives, plan selection, cost and design,
implementation summary and decision, and approval.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

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000291
000292
Stoller Ken;
Construction Management Division;
  Construction Grants Process Step 2 Grant Application and
  Processing
    56 min: 3/4 C: Apr 1976
Construction Grants Program
ABSTRACT:  Ken Stoller, Chief, Neu Jersey Construction
Branch, discusses types of step 2 grants, flow charts of
procedure, content of step 2 application packages, priority
certification, facilities plan, industrial cost recovery
and user charge requirements, proposed subagreements,
required comments or approvals, technical review and
procedures, National Environmental Policy Act requirements,
administrative requirements, and funding.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

Nosenchuck Norman;
Municipal Construction Division;
  Construction Grants Process Construction Contract
  Documents
    43 min: 3/4 C: Apr 1976
Construction Grants Program
ABSTRACT:  Norman Nosenchuck, 'Contracts Management
Division, discusses the construction contract document.
The topics he covers include:  competitive bidding,
advertisement for bids, information on bidders, bid/bid
bond, agreement (contract),  payment/performance bond,
notice of award, notice to proceed, change order, general
conditions, specifications,  drawings (plans); and
subcontracts.
NOTES?  Audio on channel 2 only.

Stoller Ken;
Municipal Construction Division;
  Construction Grants Process Step 3 Grant Application and
  Processing
    58 min: 3/4 C: Apr 1976
Construction Grants Program
ABSTRACT:   Ken Stoller, Chief, New Jersey Construction
Branch, discusses step 3 - application and processing.  He
covers types of step 3 grants, flow charts of procedures,
content of  application package, technical review and
procedures, facilities planning requirements, contract
documents,  assurances, administrative requirements,
funding,  priority list and reserves, grants  agreements,
grant  conditions, and payment schedule.
NOTES'  Audio on  channel 2 only.

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Nosenchuck Norman;
Municipal Construction Division;
  Construction Grants Process Award of Construction
  Contracts
    55 rain: 3/4 C: Apr 1979
Construction Grants Program
ABSTRACT^  Norman Nosenchuck reviews basic definitions
relevant to award of construction grants.  Then he
discusses grantee's bid evaluation, grantee's
recommendation for award, certified Bid tabulation sheets,
lowest bidder, performance bond information, Equal
Employment Opportunity requirements, notice of award,
notice to proceed, and pre-work conferences.
NOTES: .Audio on channel 2 only.

Stoller Ken;
Municipal Construction Division;
  Construction Grants Program Project Changes Contract
  Modifications Change Orders
    49 min: 3/4 C: Apr 1976
Construction Grants Program
ABSTRACT:  Project changes can occur at any step of the
construction grants process.  Ken Stoller, Chief, New
Jersey Construction Grants Branch, charts the various
responsibilities of participants when a change is proposed.
 Mr. Stoller discusses where prior and post approvals are
needed, step 3 change orders, lump sum contracts, unit
price contracts, payment, and administrative construction
grant requirements.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

Nosenchuck Norman;
Municipal Construction Division;
  Construction Grants Process Construction Implementation
    19 min: 3/4 C: Apr 1976
Procurement: Inspection
ABSTRACT:  It is the responsibility of the construction
grantee to provide and maintain competent and adequate
engineering supervision and inspection of the project to
insure that construction conforms to approved plans and
specifications.  Norman Nosenchuck, Contracts Management
Division, discusses the interim and final project
inspections and how they should be conducted.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only, unedited.

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000298
Schiffman James;
Municipal Construction Division;
  Construction Grants Process Audit
    H6 min: 3/t C: Apr 1976
Construction Grants Program
ABSTRACT:  Jim Schiffraan, Assistant Audit Manager, Eastern
Area, describes the role of audit in EPA.  He outlines the
Office of Audit organization and the types of audits
performed.  Mr. Schiffman describes construction grant
audits in detail, as uell as accounting systems, criteria
for eligibility and accountability of specific cost items,
supporting documents, procurement systems, and types of
contracts.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

Leyland Mary;
Municipal Construction Division;
  Construction Grants Process Federal Payment Procedure
    61 min: 3/H C: Apr 1976
Construction Grants Program
ABSTRACT:  Mary Leyland discusses details of the Federal
payment procedure.  She covers the grant agreement, payment
schedules and cash flow, terms of payment, grants
information control system, transmittal letters, payment
and billing forms, and unallowable costs.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

fiuigley Michael J;
Municipal Construction Division;
  Construction Grants Process Program Management
    32 min: 3/1^ c: Apr 1976
Construction Grants Program
ABSTRACTS  Michael J. ftuigley, Chief, Program Planning and
Evaluation Branch, discusses management and objectives of
the Construction Grant Program.  The objectives of the
program are to clean up water in the most cost effective
and efficient manner, to safeguard integrity, and to expand
the level of program delegation to the States.  Mr. Cuigley
also  discusses program planning and budget, the priority
list  process and the construction grants management
information and control system.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only, unedited.

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000299              Wagner Paul F;
                    Municipal Construction Division;
                      Construction Grants Process Construction Grant Numbering
                        24 min: 3/4 C' Apr 1976
                    Construction Grants Program
                    ABSTRACT:  Paul F. Wagner, Chief, Grants Information
                    Branch' explains EPA's numbering system for construction
                    grants.  The purpose of the numbering system is to keep
                    track of any project and the projects that either emanate
                    from it, or are related to it.  Mr. Wagner identifies the
                    components of the number and the basic principles of the
                    four digit branch sequence number.;;6NOTES*  Audio on
                    channel 2 only, unedited.

000300              Warren Andy;
                    Municipal Construction Division;
                      Construction Grants Process Work Session 1
                        87 min: 3/4 C: Apr 1976
                    Construction Grants Program
                    ABSTRACT:  Andy Warren leads a work session on the review
                    and approval of step 1 — grant applications — for the
                    Construction Grants Program.  He leads a step-by-step
                    discussion on evaluating a hypothetical plan.
                    NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only, unedited.  Two tapes:
                    tape 1-55 minutes, tape 2-32 minutes.

000301              Bowyer Al;          Warren Andy;
                    Municipal Construction Division;
                      Construction Grants Process Work Session 2
                        138 min: 3/4 G: Apr  1976
                    Construction Grants Program
                    ABSTRACT:  The second work session on the construction
                    grants program is led by Al Bowyer and Andy Warren.  This
                    session is a practice in the review and approval of
                    facility plans.  Two sources of materials used are Model
                    Facility Plan for a Small Community and Handbook of
                    Procedures from the Construction Grants Municipal Waste
                    Treatment Works.  Participants in the work session read
                    about individual subject material in the model plan.  After
                    reading review procedures in the Handbook, the group
                    discusses the model to determine whether or not the
                    applicant has adequately addressed particular points.
                    NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only, unedited.  Three tapes:
                    tape 1-53 minutes, tape 2-56 minutes, tape 3-29 min.

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000303
Davis Belle;
Martin Paul A;
Washburn Jack;
Stump Mike M;
Rhett John T;
Zorc Joseph M;
Stringer Malcolm;
  Procurement Workshop Boston Massachusetts
    220 min: 3/4 C- Dec 10, 1975
Procurement: Construction Grants Program
ABSTRACT:  The Procurement Process Workshop held in Boston,
MA, uas designed to inform grantees. State and local
officials and EPA employees of the intent and content of
new procurement regulations for design and construction
services.  John Rhett states that the conference covers the
need for these regulations, what they accomplish, and
changes in the final draft.  Belle Davis describes EPA
procurement and other related regulations.  Jack Washburn
discusses responsibilities of the grantee and gives an
overview of the new regulations.  In tape 2, Joseph Zorc
enumerates provisions to be added to appendices of the
regulations.  A question and answer period follows and
extends to tape 3.  Following, Paul Martin outlines cost
review and profit.  Mike Stump talks about developing the
cost review.  Malcolm Stringer discusses the audit
function.  Mr. Stringer concludes in tape 4 and is followed
by another question and answer period.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.  Four tapes:  tape 1-59
minutes, tape 2-56 minutes, tape 3-58 minutes, tape 4 -
47 minutes.

Pippen Harvey;
Grants Administration Division;
  Introduction to a Video Tape Seminar by Grants
  Administration
    8 min:  3/4 C: Aug 1980
Grants
ABSTRACT:   As an Agency, EPA wants to assure that all
functions related to a grant  application or award are
carried out, and that potential recipients will get the
same information.  Harvey Pippen, Deputy Directory, Grants
Administration Division, introduces the videotape library
that presents the general procedural aspects of grants
administration management.  These tapes focus on the dual
responsibility of the EPA project officer and monitor, and
deal with problems pertaining to grants or cooperative
agreements.  They should be useful to anyone who works with
grants assistance including project personnel, clerical
support staff, Grants Administration Office staff,
Financial Management personnel, and others.
NOTES:  Audio on channels  1 and 2.

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000304
000305
Paul Robert V;
Grant? Administration Division;
  Grants Administration Use of Source Materials
    11 min: 3/4 G: Jun 17, 1977
Grants
ABSTRACT' Robert V. Paul, Grants Administration Division,
tells employees that it is not necessary to memorise all
legislation relating to grants, but a general knowledge and
familiarity is important.  Important legislation includes
the Clean Air Act, Energy Supply and Environmental
Coordination Act, Federal Insecticide, Fungicide and       ^
Rodenticide Act, Federal WaterPollution Control Act, Noise
Control Act, Public Health Service Act, Resource
Conservation and Recovery Act, Relocation Act, Safe
Drinking Water Act, and the Toxic Substances and Control
Act.  The EPA Grants Administration Manual and other
sources are part of a large amount of material available to
assist in doing a job well, with a minimum of wasted effort.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

Hopkins Harold;
Grants Administration Division;
  Grants Administration Project Officer Responsibilities
    19 mint 3/4 c: Jun 17, 1977
Grants
ABSTRACT:  Harold Hopkins, Chief of the Program Support
Branch, Region IV, states that the project officer is the
Agency's principal contact.  Project officers have the
responsibility for performance and coordination of project
monitoring.  Their general responsibilities are to be
familiar with source materials, to develop a broad base of
contacts and to use good judgment.  Specific
responsibilities include grantee compliance,
intergovernmental relations, pre-application conferences,
application review, grantee procurement, cost review and
analysis, and subagreement review.  Responsibilities
related to project monitoring are to act as principal
contact and to supervise grantee payments.  Project
officers also oversee property management, grantee reports,
project changes, publications and publicity, patents and
inventions, grant related income, force accounts, audit,
suspension and termination, consolidated grants, joint
funded assistance, and grant closeout.
NOTES2  Audio on channel 2 only.

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000306
000307
Vigil Alfred R;
Grants Administration Division;
  Grants Administration Initial Processing of Grant
  Proposals
    20 min: 3/<4 C' Mar 1977
Grants
ABSTRACT'  The success of a grant depend heavily on the
early stages of contact between the potential grantee and
EPA.  The pre-application conference is particularly
important in State and local programs that deal with
Government agencies.  Alfred R. Vigil, Chief, Grants
Administration Branch, Region VIII, describes the initial
contact as an opportunity for EPA staff to provide
information on Agency needs, to expedite proper
preparation, to evaluate grant applicant documents, and to
advise on priorities and programs.  Mr. Vigil discusses the
formal pre-application process.  Clearinghouse requirements
are detailed.  After these requirements are fulfilled, the
next step is screening and acknowledgement of proposals,
grant numbering, log entry, creation of official files, and
computer input.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

Kelly Marion;
Grants Administration Division;
  Grants Administration EPA Assistance Numbering System
    13 mini 3/1 C' Aug 1981
Grants
ABSTRACT:  Marion Kelly, Grants Administration Division,
describes the tuo basic objectives of the EPA Assistance
Numbering System:  to make certain that no two projects
receive the same number and to enable EPA to identify and
locate any assistance by its number.  Each application is
assigned a unique number consisting of a program code and
nine digits.  The program code is a letter that identifies
the program.  The first six digits are the serial number of
the grant.  The seventh and eighth indicate a sequence
number.  The last digit is an amendment designator.  Using
examples, Ms. Kelly explains how an assistance
identification number is derived.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

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000308
000309
000310
Harder Ross;
Grants Administration Division;
  Grants Administration Grants Information and Control
  System
    5 min: 3/4 C: Aug 1981
Grants: Computer systems
ABSTRACT:  Ross Harder* Grants Information and Analysis
Branch, talks about the Grants Information and Control
System (GIGS).  GIGS, a computer-based management system,
contains information on all headquarters and regional
assistance programs.  The Branch uses the system to collect
information on the status of applications and awards> to
edit the information and to report errors to the submitting
office.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

Meadows Fred;
Grants Administration Division;
  Grants Administration Legal and Administrative Review
    10 min: 3/4 C= Jun 17, 1977
Grants
ABSTRACT:  Fred Meadows, Grants Administration Division,
discusses the legal and administrative review of grant
applications.  This review is a nontechnical analysis
designed to insure that an applicant is entitled to become
a grantee under the provisions of appropriate law, that the
application itself is properly completed, and that all
administrative requirements have been met.  Persons
responsible for the revieu use headquarters and regional
checklists to assure that all necessary items on the
application are checked.  Sample applications are reviewed.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

Greene Alexander J;
Grants Administration Division;
  Grants Administration Programmatic Review
    8 min: 3/ij c: Mar 1977
Grants
ABSTRACT:  Alexander J. Greene, Director of the Grants
Administration Division, states that the most important
aspect of grants management is the programmatic review.
Before a grant can be funded, it must be reviewed for
technical merit and the likelihood of accomplishing EPA
goals.  Program officials reviewing a proposal must be
equipped with the technical and administrative
qualifications and experience needed to act in the best
interest of the Agency.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

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000311              Gervais Bob;
                    Grants Administration Division;
                      Grants Administration Grant Costs
                        13 min: 3/4 C' Jun 17, 1977
                    Grants
                    ABSTRACT:  Bob Gervais, Chief of the Program Support
                    Branch, Region IX, describes cost principals as applied to
                    grants.  The grant must be administered efficiently and
                    effectively, it must incur costs directly in line with the
                    project objective, and it must provide for adequate
                    accounting of the total project costs.  Mr. Gervais lists
                    specific directives which outline cost principles.  He
                    defines allowable, eligible and allocable costs.
                    Composition includes direct and indirect costs.
                    NOTE-'  Audio on channel 2 only.

000312              Owen Marilyn;
                    Grants Administration Division;
                      Grants Administration The Awards Process
                        13 min: 3/4 C: Apr 27, 1977
                    Grants
                    ABSTRACT?  Within 90 days after receipt of a completed
                    grant application, the applicant will normally be advised
                    of approval, deferral or rejection.  Marilyn Owen, Grants
                    Specialist, Region VI, discusses premature notification of
                    approval, costs incurred prior to joint execution, date of
                    obligation, documents of the funding package, and Grants
                    Administration Office procedures upon receipt of the
                    funding package.  The EPA Grant Agreement/Amendment
                    constitutes the formal contract.  The grant agreement is
                    the culmination of the total award process.
                    NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

000313              Pippen Harvey;
                    Grants Administration Division;
                      Grants Administration The Payment Process
                         11 min: 3/4 C: Jun 1977
                    Grants
                    ABSTRACT:   Harvey Pippen, Deputy Director of the Grants
                    Administration Division, talks about the different ways
                    grantees can receive funds from EPA.  The advanced payment
                    system is payment made prior to the grantee's incurring
                    costs.  It  may be made by treasury check or by letter of
                    credit.  Under the reimbursement system, the grantee
                    submits evidence of fund dispersed along with a request for
                    reimbursement.  This system minimizes the amount of Federal
                    funds held  by the grantee; however, it may have inherent
                    disadvantages to the grantee where payment may be delayed.
                    Mr. Pippen  explains procedures for the advance payment and
                    reimbursement systems  in detail.
                    NOTES •'  Audio on channel 2 only.

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000314              Paul Robert V;
                    Grants Administration Division;
                      Grants Administration Subagreements
                        20 min: 3/4 C'- Mar 1977
                    Grants
                    ABSTRACT:  Robert V. Paul defines a subagreement as a
                    written agreement between an EPA grantee and another party
                    other than another public agency.  It can also be any tier
                    of agreement under a particular grant for the furnishing of
                    services, supplies or equipment necessary to complete the
                    project.  This includes contracts and subagreements for
                    personal and professional services, consultant agreements,
                    and purchase orders.  A subagreement excludes employment
                    agreements subject to State or local personnel systems.
                    Mr. Paul explains the differences between grants and
                    contracts.  He then describes in detail the three areas of
                    procurement:  small purchase, formal advertising and
                    negotiation.  He ends by discussing the procedures for
                    protest against award of a subagreement.
                    NOTES1  Audio on channel 2 only.	

000315              Meadows Fred;
                    Grants Administration Division;
                      Grants Administration Cost Price Analysis and Cost Review
                        12 min: 3/4 C: Mar 1977
                    Grants
                    ABSTRACT'  It is EPA policy that grant awards, including
                    subagreement awards, meet program requirements in a timely
                    manner and are made only to grantees or subagreement
                    contractors having the financial management capability
                    necessary to administer Federal funds adequately and
                    appropriately.  Fred Meadows refers to the EPA Grants
                    Administration Manual, Part 6, which defines three types of
                    financial analyses:  cost analysis, cost review and price
                    analysis.  He explains how they are applied to determine
                    grant awards.  He also covers how headquarters grant
                    applications are reviewed, regional grant applications, and
                    negotiated subagreements.
                    NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

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000316
000317
Davis Belle;
Grants Administration Division;
  Grants Administration Relocation Assistance Historic
  Preservation Flood Insurance
    12 min: 3/4 C: Jun 17, 1977
Grants
ABSTRACT:  Relocation, historic preservation and flood
insurance all fall under three statutory requirements which
must be fulfilled by the applicant in order for a grant to
be awarded.  Belle Davis, Grants Administration Division,
describes the acts which require these conditions and the
steps that must be followed for compliance.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

Paul Robert V;
Grants Administration Division;
  Grants Administration Accounting and Internal Management
    9 min: 3/i» c: Mar 1977
Grants
ABSTRACT:  Robert V. Paul discusses some areas that are
prerequisite to successful grant projects.  A grantee must
be responsible in contexts other than those listed in the
regulations by being capable and reliable, and by
exercising responsibility.  To qualify, an applicant must
meet for the life of the grant the following minimum
standards of responsibility:  maintainadequate financial
resources, comply with schedule, maintain a satisfactory
record of integrity, maintain an adequate financial
management system,  use high standards of procurement,
develop a property management system, conform with civil
rights, equal employment opportunity, and labor laws.  Mr.
Paul applies these standards to accounting, grantee records
and grantee internal management.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

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000318
000319
McMoran Scott;
Grants Administration Division;
  Grants Administration Project Changes
    13 min: 3/4 C- Aug 1981
Grants
ABSTRACT:  Scott McMoran, Grants Policy and Procedures
Branch, talks about hou EPA controls changes in grants or
cooperative agreements.  Project changes may be needed for
a variety of reasons such as:  changes in budgets or
project period, changes in scope or site, substantial
changes in total project cost, changes in project manager
or other key personnel, transfer of assistance to a
different recipient, changes in name of recipient, and
assignment of substantive work to another organization.
The project officer must be notified in writing before any
change is made.  He/she may approve or disapprove changes
within three weeks.  Mr. McMoran looks at several examples
of changes and hou they are handled.
KOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

Katz Gary;
Grants Administration Division;
  Grants Administration Publications and Publicity
    7 min: 3/4 G: Apr 29, 1977
Grants: Construction Grants Program
ABSTRACT:  One of EPA's objectives is to encourage the user
or further development of new or improved pollution
prevention/abatement technology and procedures developed
under grants.  Except for the need to acknowledge EPA's
support of project work, the Agency places no restrictions
on grant related publicity.  EPA wants to see publication
and distribution of the results of grant activities.  Gary
Katz describes hou a grantee must acknowledge EPA's
support, display project identification signs, and handle
surveys and questionnaires.  He also discusses limitations
on printing costs and allocation of costs for publications
and publicity.  Part 25 of the Grants Administration Manual
contains all of the regulations pertaining to publications
and publicity.
NOTES1  Audio on channel 2 only.

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000320
000321
Pippen Harvey;
Grants Administration Division;
  Grants Administration Freedom of Information
    12 min: 3/H G: Jun 17, 1977
Grants
ABSTRACT!  Harvey Pippen describes EPA's policy on Freedom
of Information Act (FOIA), copyrights, patents and
inventions, and grantee responsibilities.  Regarding FOIA,
EPA policy is to make the fullest possible disclosure to
the public consistent with individual privacy and
confidentiality.  All work produced under a grant is
considered public information.  When publications, films,
or similar materials are developed directly or indirectly
from works supported by EPA, the author is free to arrange
for copyright of material without EPA approval unless
arrangements are prohibited by conditions of the grant
agreement.  EPA will allocate rights to inventions
resulting from an EPA supported grant.  EPA normally
reserves the right to acquire principal or exclusive rights
to any invention made under a grant or subagreement.  The
grantee will have a nonexclusive license in most cases.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

Vankirk Donna;
Grants Administration Division;
  Grants Administration Grant Related Income
    7 min: 3/4 G: Apr 29, 1977
Grants
ABSTRACT:  Grant-related income, also knoun as program
income, is defined as revenues generated by a grant
supported activity.  Revenues can be generated by sale of a
product, sale of publications, taxes, fees and fines, and
royalties.  Donna Vankirk discusses accountabilty, hou to
waive accountability, interest, and differences between
nonprofit and profit organizations.
NOTES2  Audio on channel 2 only.

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000322
000323
000324
Beggun Helen S;
Grants Administration Division;
  Grants Administration Property Management
    15 min: 3/4 G: Mar 1977
Grants
ABSTRACT:  Helen S. Beggun, Chief of Grants Administration
Branch, Region II, discusses management of Government-owned
or grant-purchased property.  Since the definitions of
various kinds of property are somewhat confusing, Ms.
Beggun defines the vital ones and discusses how each of
them may be used.  Generally, purchase of property with
grant funds is permissible only if necessary to the
acc9mplishment of the funded project and then only if
during the project period.  The two major types of property
are real and personal.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

Almond Peggy;
Grants Administration Division;        	
  Grants Administration Deviations and Regulations
    9 min: 3/4 C' Apr 29, 1977
Grants
ABSTRACT:  A regulatory requirement for a grant can be
waived where it can be determined that a variance from that
requirement is appropriate and is in the best interest of
the project and of the Federal Government.  Peggy Almond,
Grants Administration Division, takes a brief look at
regulatory provisions for deviation and describes how a
deviations request is submitted.  The two types of
deviation requests -- individual and class -- are
coordinated by the Grants Administration Division.  All
deviation requests should be included in the document
official file.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

Gwynn John A;
Grants Administration Division;
  Grants Administration Recipient Reports
    14 min: 3/14 c: Aug 1981
Grants
ABSTRACT:  Part of the EPA assistance management process is
the gathering of data on project expenditures during the
life of any grant or cooperative agreement.  The recipient
is asked to prepare comments to EPA on the progress and
performance of the project using, for the most part,
standard forms and formats.  John A. Gwynn, Chief of the
Grants Information and Analysis Branch, describes the
function of project officers and the various forms used for
both interim and final reports.
NOTES2  Audio on channel 2 only.

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000325
000326
Katz Gary;
Grants Administration Division;
  Grants Administration Record Retention Requirements
    6 min: 3/4 C: Mar 1977
Grants
ABSTRACT:  Gary Katz describes the EPA record retention
requirements for establishment and maintenance of grant
related records.  The grantee is required to establish an
official file for each grant received from EPA.  This file
must reflect both Federal and non-Federal total costs
received for the project as well as total direct and
indirect costs of any nature allocable for the project.
The file must be available at all times for inspection,
copying and audit.  EPA must also maintain a file for each
grantee.   The file must reflect all actions taken on each
individual grant.  Mr. Katz outlines the time requirements
for record retention.
NOTES?  Audio on channel 2 only.

Paul Robert V;
Grants Administration Division;
  Grants Administration Assistance Closeout
    14 min: 3/4 Ct Aug 1981
Grants
ABSTRACT:  EPA initiates the assistance closeout procedure
when it determines that all applicable administrative
actions and required work on a grant or cooperative
agreement have been completed by the recipient.  For the
recipient, this means not only completion of the project
uork> but timely submission of all required reports.  For
the EPA project officer, it means not only noting that the
project has been completed, but also reviewing submitted
reports and assisting the recipient in tying up loose ends
Robert V. Paul describes the guidelines and requirements
for closeout procedures.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

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000327              Thorton Evelyn;
                    Grants Administration Division;
                      Grants Administration Remedies and Noncompliance
                        17 min: 3/4 C: Apr 29, 1977
                    Grants
                    ABSTRACT'   An EPA grant is a public trust.  The grantee, by
                    accepting the offer of a grant, is agreeing to comply with
                    all applicable EPA regulations, civil rights and labor
                    standards, and all other terms and conditions of the
                    agreement.  There are legal remedies available when a
                     ?rantee fails to satisfactorily fulfill the conditions of
                     he grant.  The project officer should attempt to mutually
                    resolve problems.  As a last resort, some remedial action
                    may be taken against a grantee.  Evelyn Thorton discusses
                    the four basic actions available to EPA to remedy
                    noncompliance•  suspension of payment, stop-work order,
                    early termination, and annulment.
                    NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

000328              Minow Nell;
                    Grants Administration Division;
                      Grants Administration Appeals Procedure
                        9 min= 3/H C' Aug 1980
                    Grants
                    ABSTRACT:   The EPA Board of Assistance Appeals exists to
                    resolve disputes between the program office and the grant
                    applicant/recipients.  The board answers only one question:
                    Is the Agency's final decision in accordance with the
                    applicable statute, regulation and guidelines?  Nell Minow,
                    a member of the board, lists examples of decisions made so
                    far and how the grant appeals process can best be used.
                    NOTES:  Audio on channels 1 and 2.

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000329              Greene Alexander J;
                    Grants Administration Division;
                      Grants Administration Consolidated Grants Joint Funded
                      Assistance
                        11 min: 3/4 C- Jun 17, 1977
                    Grants
                    ABSTRACT:  Alexander J. Greene discusses two areas of
                    cooperative grants ••  consolidated and joint funded.  A
                    consolidated grant merges two or more grants that might
                    have been awarded separately.  The three types of
                    consolidated grants are program support, special purpose
                    and research grants.  Any application for a consolidated
                    grant must include quantified objectives and allocation of
                    resources.  Mr. Greene describes the additional
                    responsibilities for a pr9Ject officer of an EPA
                    consolidated grant.  A joint funded project uses more than
                    one agency's funding authority, therefore, Mr. Greene goes
                    into less detail on the formal aspects of this type of
                    project because of the high number of variables involved.
                    NOTES5  Audio on channel  2 only.

000330              Costle Douglas;
                    Grants Administration Division;
                      Grants Administration Douglas Costles Introduction
                        4 1/2 min: 3/4 G: Oct 4, 1977
                    Grants
                    ABSTRACT:  EPA Administrator Douglas Costle offers
                    introductory remarks about the Environmental Protection
                    Agency, its grant  programs, and the grants training films.
                    Mr. Costle stresses the fact that this series of videotapes
                    has been generated for the advancement of grants management
                    knowledge at all levels of the Agency.
                    NOTES!  Audio on channel  2 only.

000331              Vinitsky AP;        Bowyer Al;
                    US Army Corps of Engineers;
                      Construction Grants Program Training Program Financing
                      Water Pollution  Control
                        43 min: 3/4 C: Jun 1978
                    Water pollution control:  Construction Grants Program
                    ABSTRACT:  Tapes numbers  000332-349 contain a series on the
                    Army Corps of Engineers construction grants operations
                    training program.  The program was held in Edison, NJ, in
                    June,  1978.  The first tape includes opening remarks by A.
                    P. Vinitsky who tells the engineers that it is important
                    for them to do the job right and work as partners with
                    grantees and other agencies.  Al Bowyer covers the history
                    of legislation on  water pollution control and planning.
                    NOTES:   Audio on  channel  2 only.

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000332
000333
Bouyer Al;
US Army Corps of Engineers;
  Construction Grants Program Introduction
    89 mins 3/H C' Jun 1978
Construction Grants Program
ABSTRACT'  Al Bouyer provides an introduction to the three
steps .of the Construction Grants Program.  Although
engineers are not involved in Step 1 - facility planning,
Mr. Bouyer describes the process in order to give them an
appreciation of what the grantee must do to complete Step 1
requirements.  The requirements include examination of the
current situation, infiltration/inflow (I/I) analysis,
future circumstances, alternative solutions, and
limitations.  Mr. Bouyer next lists and discusses
considerations that must be taken into account in the
development of plans and specifications of Step 2 -
facility design.  The discussion continues on the second
tape.  When plans and specifications from Step 2 are
approved, the project proceeds to Step 3 - construction
application and grant approval.  Specificresponsibilities
of engineers are described on Tape No. 000334.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.  Tuo tapes'-  tape 1-62
minutes, tape 2-27 minutes.

Stoller Ken;
US Army Corps of Engineers;
  Construction Grants Program General Agreement
    22 mins 3/«* C-' Jun 1978
Construction Grants Program
ABSTRACT^  The intent of the grant with the US Army Corps
of Engineers is to supplement EPA and State staff in
servicing construction grants projects and to provide
prompt response or review.  Three basic provisions of the
EPA/North Atlantic Division (US Army Corps of Engineers)
agreement are:  EPA retains ultimate responsibility for all
aspects of the program, the Corps uill carry out delegated
functions in conformance with EPA regulations, policies,
etc., functions delegated to the State uill not be
transferred to the Corps.  Mr. Stoller covers the scope of
uork the Corps uill perform.  He then outlines the
Corps/EPA Region II Manual of Procedures.  He ends by
discussing the role of parties involved in the grants
program:  grantee, engineer, State agency, Corps and EPA
Region.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

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000334              Alexander Stew;
                    US Army Corps of Engineers;
                      Construction Grants Program Review of Bid Material
                        25 min: 3/4 C- Jun 1978
                    Construction Grants Program
                    ABSTRACT:  After Step 3 process has been reviewed
                    (construction application and grant approval), the grantee
                    may advertise for bids.  Stew Alexander discusses the
                    approyal-to-award package and the bid expiration date.  He
                    explains the  contents of a typical plan and specification
                    letter that the Army Corps of Engineers would send to the
                    grantee.  The checklist of items in the bid is reviewed.
                    After thorough review, the engineer recommends approval or
                    disapproval.
                    NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

000335              Lindner Gavin;
                    US Army Corps of Engineers;
                      Construction Grants Program Grants Information and
                      Control System
                        15 min: 3/4 c: Jun 1978
                    Grants: Computer systems: Construction Grants Program
                    ABSTRACT:  The Grants Information and Control System
                    (GICS)   is a computerised system for monitoring all  phases
                    of construction grants projects.  Gavin Linder describes
                    printouts, codes and forms.
                    NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

000336              Beggun Helen S;
                    US Army Corps of Engineers;
                      Construction Grants Program Payments
                        40 min: 3/4 G: Jun 1978
                    Grants: Construction Grants Program
                    ABSTRACT:  Since payments are made to grantees on a
                    reimbursement basis, it is very important  that they are
                    paid  on time.  Helen Beggun explains why engineers are
                    involved in this process and what their responsibilities
                    are.  She  covers details of the payment request, grant
                    budget, latest approved payment schedule;  special
                    conditions in the grant agreement, basic requirements for
                    regular monthly payment, vouchers, and grantee accounting
                    system.
                    NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

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000337
000338
000339
Stoller Ken;
US Army Corps of Engineers;
  Construction Grants Program Protests Disputes
    17 min: 3/4 C: Jun 1978
Grants: Construction Grants Program
ABSTRACT: ~ The only people who can protest a procurement
action are parties who are adversely affected by direct
financial interest.  Ken Stoller describes the roles of the
grantee, EPA and the Army Corp 9f Engineers.  The prime
responsibility for settlement lies with the grantee.  EPA
must be sure that the issue is resolved and must handle
appeals.  The Corps provides assistance in evaluating the
technical merits of the protest.  Mr. Stoller discusses the
process of prptests including time limitations and appeals.
NOTSeES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

Picha Doug;
US Army Corps of Engineers;
  Construction Grants Program Preconstruction Contract
  Award Management                   —•	
    17 min: 3/4 c: Jun 1978
Construction Grants Program
ABSTRACT:  the function of pre"-construction contract award
management is to monitor the status of contracts prior to
award and to insure timely start of construction.  The
grantee must award a construction contract within one year
after an award.  Doug Picha lists the reasons a grantee
would delay award of a contract.  He describes the sequence
of events after a grantee receives a Step 3 grant
(construction application and grant approval).  The U.S
Army Corps of Engineers will be responsible for monitoring
this process with monthly contact and a meeting after nine
months.
NOTES;  Audio on channel 2 only.

Salkie Dick;
US Army Corps of Engineers;
  Construction Grants Program Preconstruction Conference
    13 min' 3/4 c: Jun 1978
Construction Grants Program
ABSTRACT'-  A preconstruction conference is held with the
grantee, engineer, State, Army Corps of Engineers and EPA
immediately after award of the contract.  The purpose of
the conference is to review general specification
requirements and to lay the groundwork for contract
administration.  Dick Salkie states that the grantee and
the consulting engineer are directly responsible for the
project.  The State, EPA and the Corps oversee the projects
as they concern Federal and State interests.  Mr. Salkie
discusses the relationship among the grantee, consulting
engineer. State, EPA and the Corps.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

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000340              Bowyer Al;
                    US Army Corps of Engineers;
                      Construction Grants Program Infiltration Inflow, Sewer
                      System Evaluation Survey, Rehabilitation
                        21 min: 3/4 C: Jun 1978
                    Sewers: Construction Grants Program
                    ABSTRACT!  Al Bowyer describes the three step sequential
                    investigation of infiltration/inflow (I/I) analysis, sewer
                    system evaluation survey (SSES), and sewer system
                    rehabilitation.  Infiltration is water entering a sewer
                    system from the ground through defective pipes, pipe
                    joints, connections or manhole walls.  Inflow is water
                    discharged into a sewer system from such sources as roof
                    leaders, cellar* yard, and area/foundation drains.  Mr.
                    Bowyer discusses methods of determining I/I.  SSES is a
                    means to locate specific sources of I/I.  Sewer system
                    rehabilitation is a means of preventing
                    infiltration/inflow.  Specific preventive measures are
                    described.
                    MOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

000341              Alexander Stew;
                    US Army Corps of Engineers;
                      Construction Grants Program Change Orders for
                      Construction Contract Modification
                        15 min: 3/4 C: Jun 1978
                    Construction Grants Program
                    ABSTRACT:  Stew Alexander discusses change orders for
                    modification of construction contracts and why they may be
                    necessary.  He describes the different types of change
                    orders and the process involved in making changes.  Mr.
                    Alexander outlines the submission formula and a flow chart
                    for processing the orders.  EPA approval is necessary and
                    the Agency makes the final eligibility determination.
                    NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

000342              Markham George;
                    US Army Corps of Engineers;
                      Construction Grants Program Role of Regional Inspectors
                        17 min: 3/4 C: Jun 1978
                    Construction Grants Program
                    ABSTRACT:  There is one regional inspector in each region.
                    George Markham describes the functions of inspectors in the
                    Construction Grants Program.  Inspectors principally
                    investigate fraud such as bid rigging, billing for overtime
                    not worked, falsification of sole source contracts, billing
                    f9r work  not performed, and attempted bribery.  Mr. Markham
                    discusses where complaints come from and how they are
                    submitted.
                    NOTES:   Audio on channel 2 only.

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0003143              Bouyer Al;
                    US Army Corps of Engineers;
                      Construction Grants Program Supplemental Program
                      Requirements
                        30 min: 3/4 C- Jun 1978
                    Construction Grants Program
                    ABSTRACT:  The Corps of Engineers must assist the grantee
                    in the timely submission of  supplemental program
                    requirements.  The requirements ares  user charge system,
                    industrial cost recovery* sewer use ordinance, sewer system
                    rehabilitation, plan of operations, and force account.
                    Grant payment is limited by law until the requirements are
                    satisfied.  The Corps' role is to monitor grantee progress
                    toward completion of the requirements.  After EPA approval,
                    the Corps ensures that the requirements are enacted in the
                    form of an ordinance within a municipal body.
                    NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

000344              Picha Doug;         Vida Steve;         Muszynski Bill;
                    US Army Corps of Engineers;          	
                      Construction Grants Program Grant Conditions OEM Manual
                      Review Plan of Operation Review
                        51 min: 3/4 C: Jun 1978
                    Construction Grants Program
                    ABSTRACT:  Doug Picha discusses grant conditions or the
                    terms dictated by EPA under which grants must be executed.
                    Steve Vida gives guidelines on preparation of an operation
                    and maintenance manual.  The purpose of the manual is to
                    provide a basic understanding of plant operations.  Bill
                    Muszynski presents techniques for a plan of operation
                    review.  He discusses when the plan is to be submitted,
                    reviewed and complied with.  Each presentation includes
                    Army Corp of Engineers participation and responsibilities.
                    NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

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000345
000346
Claghorn Charlie;   Trainor Al;
US Army Corps of Engineers;
  Construction Grants Program Biddability and
  Construetability Review
    13 min: 3/4 C: Jun 1978
Construction Grants Program
ABSTRACT:  Charlie Claghorn defines biddability as insuring
that bid documents are clear, include all necessary items,
and that the project is divided into reasonable biddable
contract packages.  He also covers biddability review,
review of invitation for bids, bidding schedule, and the
role of the Army Corps of Engineers.  Al Trainor describes
the constructability review which determines the ease with
which a design project can be built and the ease with which
the contract documents can be understood and enforced.  It
does not include review of the functional adequacy of the
design.  The Corps will assist EPA with this review.
NOTES'-  Audio on channel 2 only.

Konz Ken;           Beggun Helen S;
US Army Corps of Engineers;
  Construction Grants Program Audits Project Closeout
    39 min: 3/4 C: Jun 1978
Construction Grants Program
ABSTRACT:  Under EPA regulations, an audit must be made of
every grant or subagreement that has been financed with EPA
funds.  Ken Kons gives some background information on the
audit organisation and on the audit process.  He also
discusses types of audits performed by his office.  He
discusses the areas examined in the course of an audit and
the reasons for audits.  In a few minutes at the end of the
tape, Helen Beggun discusses project closeout.  This
involves the final inspection report, the cut off point,
and insuring that all change orders and overruns have been
reviewed.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

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000347
000348
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Muszynski Bill;
                                                                              163
DiMeglio Vic;       Sullivan Dan;
US Army Corps of Engineers;
  Construction Grants Program On Site and Interim Inspection
    85 min: 3/4 C- Jun 1978
Construction Grants Program
ABSTRACT!  The Corps engineer makes certain that the
consulting engineer carries out his responsibility which is
to insure that the project is built according to plans and
specifications.  Vic DiMeglio discusses on-site inspection
and the role of the on-site inspector.  The Corps engineer
insures that'  (1) the quality of construction is in
accordance with plans and specifications; (2) the
consulting engineer is providing adequate inspection; (3)
the project is completed on schedule; and (4) the grantee
is properly administering the project.  The role of the
interim inspector is very similar to that of the on-site
inspector except that interim inspections are conducted
quarterly.  Dan Sullivan describes environmental prpblems
the Corps must monitor.  He gives a slide presentation of
problems that EPA has encountered in the past.  Bill
Muszynski comments on archaeological finds.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.  Two tapes:  tape 1 - 62
minutes, tape 2-23 minutes.

Bouyer Al;
US Army Corps of Engineers;
  Construction Grants Program Fundamentals of Sewage
  Treatment
    68 minutes: 3/4 C: Jun 1978
Sewage treatment: Activated sludge process: Construction
Grants Program
ABSTRACT5  Al Bowyer presents an introduction to municipal
wastewater treatment.  He discusses parameters of
pollution, dissolved oxygen, biochemical oxygen demand,
suspended solids, and objectives of conventional sewage
treatment.  Mr. Bowyer describes pre-treatment processes,
sludge removal and treatment, and aspects of secondary
treatment.  The secondary treatment includes screening,
grit removal, sedimentation, biological treatment, and
chlorination.  Special emphasis is given to the activated
sludge process.  Mr. Bowyer has many slides which
graphically illustrate his descriptions.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.  Two tapes:  tape 1-60
minutes, tape 2-8 minutes.

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000349              Alexander Stew;
                    US Army Corps of Engineers;
                      Construction Grants Program Final Inspection
                        15 min: 3/4 C: Jun 1978
                    Construction Grants Program
                    ABSTRACT'-  Stew Alexander discusses the final inspection
                    which is performed by the Army Corps of Engineers and by
                    the State.  The four basic reasons for the final inspection
                    are to make sure that:  (1) the project complies with the
                    terms of the grant agreement, (2) the project is in
                    accordance with approved plans and specifications; (3) the
                    facility is adequately operated, and (4) that the facility
                    meets National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System
                    (NPDES) permit effluent requirements.  The inspection is
                    performed within 60 days after the grantee informs the
                    Corps that the project is completed.  Mr. Alexander
                    outlines the scope of work for final field inspections.
                    NOTES: Audio on channel 2 only.

000350              Hart Glen D;
                    Arthur Beard Engineers;
                      Value Engineering
                        39 min: 3/4 C: Mar 1979
                    Value engineering: Engineering costs
                    ABSTRACT:  Value engineering is an intensive engineering
                    study of the drawing, specifications, and design of a water
                    treatment facility to identify and remove unnecessary costs
                    without any degradation to quality, performance, or
                    reliability.  Glen D. Hart, Certified Value Specialist with
                    Arthur Beard Associates/ discusses EPA's Value Engineering
                    Program, its history and achievements.  The reasons why
                    unnecessary costs occur are lack of time, lack of
                    information, lack of ideas, honest wrong beliefs, temporary
                    circumstances that become permanent, habits, and attitude.
                    In the second tape, Mr. Hart explains how EPA's Value
                    Engineering Program fits into the grants program and how a
                    value engineering study is conducted.
                    NOTES:  nixed audio.  Two tapes:  tape  1-18 minutes, tape
                    2-21 minutes.

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000351
000352
                                                            Meadows Fred;
Greene Alexander J;
Hopkins Harold;     Paul Robert V;
Grants Administration Division;
  Introduction to a Video Tape Seminar by Grants
  Administration
    51 min: 3/4 G: Mar 1977
Grants
ABSTRACT^  The first segment, "Introduction to a Video Tape
Seminar by Grants Administration" (10:54) was replaced by
tape no. 000303.  This version includes Alexander J. Greene
introducing the series of tapes on grants administration.
The second segment, "Project Officer Responsibilities"*
(19:00) with Harold Hopkins is a duplicate of tape no.
000305.  The third segment, "Use of Source Materials",
(10:32) with Robert V. Paul, is a duplicate of no. 0030H.
The fourth segment, Legal and Administrative Review"
(10:16), with Fred Meadows, is a duplicate of no. 000309.
NOTES'-  Last two segments in black and white.

Train Russell;      Karegeannes Peter;	
United States Information Agency;
  International Environmental Cooperation
    23 min: 3/4 C' Jan 1976
International relations
ABSTRACT:  Peter Karegeannes, United States'information
Agency, interviews Russell Train, EPA Administrator, on
international cooperation and the environment.  Vital areas
for internationl cooperation are the ocean and the
atmosphere.  Mr. Train discusses significance of the 1972
UN Conference on the Human Environment held in Stockholm.
He talks at length on the background of the KATO Committee
on the Challenges of the Modern Society.  As the US
Chairman of the US/USSR Joint Committee on Cooperation in
the Field of Environmental Protection, Mr. Train assesses
the Committees' problems and successes since its inception
in 1972.
NOTES:  Unedited.

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000353
000354
Broun Noel;
United Nations Environment Programme;
  Symposium on the United Nations Environment Programme
    74 min: 3/4 C: Feb 1976
International relations
ABSTRACT:  In the Symposium on the UN Environment
Programme, Dr. Noel Broun addresses environmental
conditions that have evolved since the 1972 UN Conference
on the Human Environment, held in Stockholm.  Foremost is
the establishment of a set of environmental standards and
guidelines. Priority items of the UN Environment Programme
are human health and the chemical environment, human
settlements and urban stress, desertification; preservation
of genetic resources in uildlife, compatability of
development and environment, and environmental implications
of energy production.  Dr. Broun describes the UN
established Earthuatch program and the International
Referral System (IRS).  The second tape is a question and
ansuer session on IRS, governmental involvement, acid rain,
and technological transfer.
NOTES:  Tuo tapes: tape  1-56 minutes, tape 2-18 minutes.

Train Russell;
Agency for International Development;
  Overseas Mission
    29 min: 3/4 C: Nov 1976
International relations: Pollution control
ABSTRACT:  EPA Administrator Russell Train answers
questions from journalists on environmental issues.  He
states that the most urgent unfinished items on the
environmental agenda are environmental protection, the
Clean Air Act, auto emissions and the control of pollution.
 Mr. Train talks about hou pollution is getting uorse and
uhy these trends must be reversed.  He also discussest  how
the environmental control industries have generated jobs,
uhat the US is doing to achieve international economic
cooperation. Auto emissions, fallout, and nuclear wastes.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 1 only.

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000355              Train Russell;      Clark James C;      Aim Alvin;
                    United Nations Environment Programme;
                      International Referral System
                        22min: 3/M C= Oct 6, 1975
                    Information systems
                    ABSTRACT:  Russell Train, EPA Administrator, announces that
                    the Environmental Protection Agency headquarters will be
                    the national center for the International Referral System.
                    a global system for the exchange of environmental
                    information and communication.  The program, established by
                    the United Nations Environment Programme, will use the most
                    current technology  a computerized directory of
                    environmental information to link those needing such
                    information with prospective sources of assistance.  More
                    than 100 countries and various US Government agencies uill
                    participate in this program to coordinate national sources
                    of environmental data.  James C. Clark, Assistant Secretary
                    of the Interior, and Alvin Aim EPA Assistant Administrator
                    for Planning and Management, also speak at the opening
                    cremonies.
                    NOTES •'  Audio on channel 2 only,

000356              Costle Douglas;     Israel Yuriy A;
                      US USSR Environmental Conference Opening Ceremonies
                        46 rain: 3/4 C: Dec 10, 1979
                    International relations
                    ABSTRACT:  EPA Administrator Douglas Costle and Soviet
                    representative Yuriy A. Israel present opening remarks at
                    the US/USSR Environmental Conference held in December 1979.
                     Mr. Costle expresses pleasure on the occasion of this
                    joint committee meeting signifying cooperation in the
                    environmental field.  Previous endeavors between the two
                    countries have included joint experiments and reports,
                    plant and animal ecological project, mining and monitoring
                    systems, air monitoring, earthquake prediction, sunami and
                    sunami warnings, and exchange of information on
                    environmental laws.  Dr. Izrael states that the USSR wishes
                    to expand and broaden its cooperation with the US.  He also
                    briefly characterizes the results of cooperation between
                    the two countries.  He points out that many results are
                    similar to those Mr. Costle listed, and that this indicates
                    a solidarity of purpose.

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000357              Costle Douglas;     Izrael Yuriy A;
                      US USSR Environmental Conference Closing Ceremonies
                        24 min 3/4 C: Dec 13, 1979
                    International relations
                    ABSTRACT^  EPA administrator Douglas Costle and Soviet
                    Representative Yuriy A. Izrael present their closing
                    comments at the Eighth US/ USSR Environmental Conference.
                    Mr. Costle discusses how US/USSR activities have changed
                    and grown.  He says they have been creating opportunities
                    to advance knowledge and environmental protection.  Dr.
                    Izrael draws paticular attention to the conference subjects
                    of environmental protection, eduction, and aquaculture.  He
                    expresses his gratitude for the efforts everyone has
                    invested.  Mr. Costle and Dr. Izrael exchange gifts and
                    sign a memorandum.
                    NOTES:  Audio on both channels. Russian on channel 1;
                    English on channel 2. Unedited.

000358              Graham Larry;       Mavridis Chris;     Olson Donald;
                    Livingston Richard;
                    Office of Internatipnal Activities;
                      Greece Pollution in an Ancient County
                        19 min: 3/4 C' Mar 6, 1981
                    International relations: Greece
                    ABSTRACT'- The pollution problem in Greece, according to
                    Chris Mavridis, is slowly getting out of hand because  of
                    the lack of government regulation.  Mavridis,
                    Representative from Pakoe Environmental Concern Group,
                    questions Larry Graham, Office of Drinking Water; Donald
                    Olson, Office of Enforcement; and Richard Livingston,
                    Office of Internatinal Activities on solutions to the
                    pollution problems in Greece.  The EPA representatives
                    suggest legal approaches and publicizing the health effect
                    of pollution on the public. Mr. Livingston describes
                    services of the Office of International Activities.
                    NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

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000359              Jaeger Bruce;       Doherty Julie;      Outen Ronald B;
                    Barros Margarida;   Graham Larry;
                    Office of International Activities;
                      P'ortugal A Discussion with Margarida Bazros, Engenheira
                      Suimica
                        17 min: 3/4 C: Mar 28, 1981
                    Pesticides ' Portugal
                    ABSTRACT:  Margarida Bazros from Poztugal talks about
                    pesticides in her countzy with Bruce Jaeger/ Office of
                    Pesticide Programs; Dr. Julie Doherty, Economist, Office of
                    Pesticide Programs; Ronald B. Outen, Office of Toxic
                    Substances, and Larry Graham, Office of Drinking Mater.
                    Ms. Barros asks how EPA studies pesticides to determine
                    benefits and appraise possible hazards.  The EPA
                    representatives describe the EPA registration process and
                    question Ms. Barros on the distinctions Portugal makes
                    between pesticides and toxic substances and on registration.
                    NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

000360              Ford Gerald;
                      Press Conference President Ford Portland Oregon
                        32min: 3/4 C:  1974
                    Environmental protection
                    ABSTRACT:  President Gerald Ford holds a press conference
                    in Portland, Oregon.  He addresses the question of
                    confidence and credibility in the political system and hou
                    Americans can mobilize to regenerate institutions and
                    economy.  The main thrust of his speech is inflation.  He
                    states that pollution is not the inevitable price of
                    prosperity' and that we cannot enrich our lives by
                    impoverishing the environment.  The President pledges his
                    energies to a strong environment, sufficient energy, and a
                    secure future.
                    NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

000361              Train Russell;
                    Eisenhower Julie Nixon;
                    Kinney Robert E;    General Mills Inc;
                    Office of Public Affairs;
                      Childrens Award Ceremony
                        19 min: 3/4 G: Mar 1974
                    Awards
                    ABSTRACT:  EPA Administrator Russell Train thanks E. Robert
                    Kinney and General Mills for providing a vehicle for
                    helping young people, parents, and teachers understand how
                    unrestrained growth and abuse can cause a strain on the
                    environment.  In this kickoff of Fun with the Environment
                    Campaign, Julie Nixon Eisenhower states that Government and
                    industry must work together for a better environment.  She
                    also reads a letter from her father, President Richard
                    Nixon.
                    NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only: NOT FOR CIRCULATION.

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000362              Train Russell;
                      Train Press Conference Fuel Economy
                        110 min: 3/4 B£W C: Nov 27, 1974
                    Exhaust emissions: Air pollution standards
                     ABSTRACT--  EPA Administrator Russell Train begins this
                    conference by reading his press release.  He addresses the
                    suspension of auto emissions standards for 1977 model cars.
                    He discusses what can and cannot be done, hou much the
                    suspension will cost, and when the standards uill be fully
                    enforced.  Mr Train also describes his recent meeting with
                    the President.  After he discusses air quality and
                    scrubbers he opens the subject of Significant Deterioration
                    Regulations.  The regulations are designed to protect air
                    quality that is already higher than standards.  They are
                    not designed to lower standards to promote economic growth.
                     Mr. Train answers many questions on a variety of subjects.
                    NOTES:  Audio on channel 1 only.  Tape 1 - 62 minutes, tape
                    2-48 minutes.  Tape 2 repeats last 30 minutes of tape 1.

000363              Kirk Alan G;
                    Office of Enforcement and General Counsel;
                      Two Years of Progress The Resignation of Alan G Kirk II
                        18 min: 3/4 c: Jan 1975
                    ABSTRACT5  Alan G. Kirk, Assistant Admnistrator for
                    Enforcement and General Counsel reads his letter of
                    resignation to the President.  He looks back at his tenure
                    at EPA and highlights his and the Agency's successes.  The
                    successes include the permit program National Pollutant
                    Discharge Elimination System (NPDES), stationary and mobile
                    source enforcement, pesticide enforcement, and remote
                    sensing.  After naming new personnel, Mr. Kirk closes by
                    sharing the poem "True Sucess" by Ralph Waldo Emerson.
                    President Gerald Ford's acceptance of Mr. Kirk's
                    resignation is read at the end.
                    NOTES:  Audio on channel 1 only.

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000364
000365
000366
Train Russell;      Strelow Roger;
  Train Press Conference Wastewater Treatment Funds
    89 min: 3/4  C: Jan 27, 1975
Water pollution control: Exhaust emissions
ABSTRACT:  EPA Administrator Russell Train announces the
release of $4 billion for construction of municipal
wastewater treatment plants in FY 1976.  The purpose of the
funding is to allow communities to clean up water
pollution.  The funds should provide 70-80 thousand new
jobs.  Mr. Train answers a number of questions, most of
which were on allocation and expenditure of the funds.
Roger Strelow discusses results of the auto emission
suspension hearings.  Sulfate emissions have risen from use
of catalysts.  EPA has developed a research and monitoring
program to analyse and explore alternatives to the problem.
 Mr. Strelow discusses sulfur emissions from both point and
nonpoint sources.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 1 only.  Two tapes: tape 1-57
minutes, tape 2 -  32 minutes.  Tape 2 repeats 7 minutes
from tape  1.

Train Russell;      Aim Alvin;
  Train Press Conference 1976 Budget
    80 min: 3/4 C: Feb 1, 1976
EPA budget
ABSTRACT:  The purpose of this briefing is to present the
President's 1976 budget for EPA.  EPA Administrator Russell
Train discusses the process EPA went through with the
Office of Management and Budget to develop the budget.
Alvin Aim, Assitant Administrator for Planning and
Management makes the budget presentation.  He starts with a
general review, covers technical details, and explains
specific items.
NOTES'-  Tape 1 - audio on channel 1 only, tape 2 - audio on
channel 2 only.  Two tapes:  tape 1 - 58 minutes, tape 2 -
22 minutes.

Train Russell;
  Technical Assistance Group Meeting
     17 min: 3/4 C= Jan 1, 1975
Construction Grants Program
ABSTRACT:  Russell Train, EPA Administrator, presents
opening remarks at the Technical Assistance Group Meeting
which is the technical base of the Construction Grants
Program. In the session which Mr. Train addresses, the
group works on disinfection, ocean outfalls, and sludge.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

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000367
Rogers Charles;
Freeman Russell;
000368
Train Russell;
Penna Richard;
Office of Public Affairs;
  Suspension of 1977 Auto Emission Standards
    19 min: 3/4 C- Mar 26, 1975
Exhaust emissions: Automobile exhaust
ABSTRACT:  Charles Rogers, Office of Public Affairs holds
an informal discussion with EPA Administrator Russell Train
on the suspension of the  1977 auto emission standards.
Russell Freeman, Deputy Regional Administrator, Region IX,
and Richard Penna, Office of Mobile Enforcement also ask
questions.  -The main reason for the suspension was the
health issue of sulfuric  acid produced by the catalyst.
Mr. Train explains how the nationuide transportation
control plans must continue to pursue reasonable
strategies.  He suggests  that as the problem of sulfuric
acid is studied further,  standards may have to be
established for it as well.  A catalyst research program
has been set up to address the problem.  Finally, the group
discusses how the courts  are mov ing toward a public health
interest.
NOTES'-  Audio on channel  2 only.

Train Russell;
  Train Press Conference  Results of the 80 City Drinking
  Water Survey
    45 min: 3/4 C' Apr  18, 1975
Drinking uater
ABSTRACT:  Russell Train, EPA Administrator, holds a press
conference to release the first results of the 80 city
drinking uater survey.  The survey was conducted to
determine  the concentrations and sources of six organic
chemicals  in the drinking uater supply.  Preliminary
conclusions reveal at least one organic chemical in every
water supply tested.  This is a matter of concern to EPA
since many of the chemicals are carcinogenic.  Although the
chlorination of drinking  water produces four of the six
organic chemicals, the  benefits of chlorination outweigh
the hazards.  Mr. Train outlines EPA's plans to find
solutions  to the problem.
NOTES:  Audio on channel  2 only.

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000369              Train Russell;
                      Train Press Conference New Radiation Standards for
                      Nuclear Power
                        51 min: 3/U C' Apr 21, 1975
                    Radiation protection laws
                    ABSTRACT:  Russell Train holds a press conference on the
                    proposed radiation standards for limiting public and
                    environmental exposure to radiation from the uranium fuel
                    cycle industry.  EPA had to work closely uith the Nuclear
                    Regulatory Commission to establish and enforce these
                    standards. It is essential to determine radiation standards
                    because of the cumulative effects of exposure.  The
                    proposed EPA standards are not expected to have a
                    significant effect on the operation of reactors, but will
                    protect the public and the environment from a concentration
                    of radioactive sources.  The economic effects of the
                    regulations on the uranium fuel cycle industry uill be
                    minimal.
                    NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

000370              Train Russell;
                      Train Press Conference Air Pollution Control
                        88 min: 3/4 G: May 30, 1975
                    Air pollution control
                    ABSTRACT:  Russell Train, EPA Administrator, discusses
                    progress in meeting requirements of clean air legislation
                    enacted in 1970.  He outlines the improvement in air
                    quality since  1970.  In spite of this progress, much
                    remains to be accomplished.  Particulates have been an
                    exceedingly difficult problem to control.EPA is working
                    uith the States to review areas of weakness and to assist
                    in solving problems with specific pollutants.  Mr. Train
                    calls for a sustained effort by all sectors of our society
                    to meet clean air objectives and the goal of public health.
                    A question and answer session follows.
                    NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

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000371              Train Russell;
                      Train Press Conference Construction Grants
                        32 min: 3/4 C: Jul 14, 1975
                    Construction Grants Program
                    ABSTRACT:  Russell Train, EPA Administrator announces a
                    major development in the grant program for municipal
                    uasteuater treatment facilities.  President Ford authorised
                    the addition of 300 employees who will assist in
                    implementation of the Constructions Grants Program.  This
                    development will achieve greater efficiency and better
                    management in the administration of the program.  It is
                    EPA's goal to authorize use of the entire $18 billion by
                    September  1977. Mr. Train points out the economic benefit
                    of jobs created by the program. He also describes how EPA
                    has solved problems in the program.
                    NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

000372              Train Russell;
                      Train Press Conference Suspension of Chlordan and
                      Heptachlor
                        52 min: 3/4 C- Jul 30, 1975
                    Chlordan:  Heptachlor
                    ABSTRACT:  Russell Train, EPA Administrator, announces his
                    intention  to suspend use of two widely used pesticides,
                    chlordan and heptachlor.  This action was taken under the
                    Federal Insecticide, Fungicide and Rodenticide Act because
                    of evidence that these compounds cause cancer and are an
                    imminent hazard to human health.  Mr. Train cites the
                    following  reas9ns for the suspension1  results of a number
                    of animal  feeding studies, as well as a high level of
                    residues found in human fatty tissues, stillborn, and
                    neuborns.  These compounds are frequently used in the home,
                    on the lawn, and in the garden.  They are also used as
                    major agricultural pesticides on corn.  Mr. Train addresses
                    the charge that EPA is threatening the Nation's food supply
                    by banning the use of pesticides.  He also mentions low
                    Agency morale, perceived lack of merit promotions, and
                    charges of high turnover.
                    NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

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00037H
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Train Russell;      Strelow Roger;
  Train Press Conference Sources of Smog
    57 mins 3/*» C: Apr 7, 1975
Smog
ABSTRACT:  Russell Train, EPA Administrator, holds a press
conference after one of the most serious smog alert
episodes in the history of the eastern United States.  The
unhealthy effects of smog on the elderly, the very young,
and'on the chronically ill demonstrate the toll pollution
can take.  Smog is made of photochemical oxidants which
consist primarily of hydrocarbons and nitrogen 9xide.  EPA
is striving to reduce hydrocarbon emissions.  Since motor
vehicles are a primary source, Mr. Train renews his
commitment to institute inspection/maintenance programs.
Roger Strelow assists Mr. Train by answering questions of a
technical nature.  Mr. Strelow also describes a study on
smog in rural areas.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

Train Russell;
  Train Press Conference Vinyl Chloride Air Emission
  Standards
    50 min: 3/4 C- Oct 16, 1975
Vinyl chloride
ABSTRACT:  EPA Administrator Russell Train announces
limitations of vinyl chloride emissions from plants by the
best available technology.  Vinyl chloride is a proven
carcinogen with no known safe level of exposure.  Persons
living in the vicinity of vinyl chloride plants are exposed
to low levels of vinyl chloride.  EPA has taken steps to
prevent prolonged community exposure to this chemical
because of these risks.  The emissions can be reduced by 90
percent with equipment changes or with new equipment.  Mr.
Train makes a statement on the continuing problem of toxic
substances control.  Currently chemical hazards are not
discovered until they are commonplace and part of the
economy.  He says cases such as the one with vinyl chloride
can be prevented by toxic substances control legislation
which would require premarket testing of new chemicals and
limit use of known harmful substances.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.  Two tapes:  tape 1 - 30
minutes, tape 2-20 minutes.

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000376
000377
Train Russell;
  Train Press Conference Russell Train and the King of
  Sweden
    6 min: 3/4 C- Apr 5, 1976
Sueden
ABSTRACT^  EPA Adminstrator Russell Train and King Carl XVI
Gustaf of Sueden holds a press conference on Apr 5, 1976.
Mr. Train outlines the topics of an earlier meeting and
mentions some of Sweden's environmental activities.  The
King discusses his travel plans for his visit through the
United States.  Views from the EPA West tower follow the
press conference.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

Costle Douglas;
  Costle Press Conference Toxic Substances Control Act and
  Recall of Gtl Cadillacs
    36 min: 3/4 c: Mar 22, 1977
Toxic Substances Control Act
ABSTRACT5  In Douglas Costle's second week as EPA
Administrator, he calls a press conference to discuss
implementation of the Toxic Substances Control Act CTSCA)
and to announce a recall of General Motors Corporation
Cadillacs.  Mr. Costle describes implementation of TSCA as
one of the most difficult challenges facing EPA.  He lists
specific actions that EPA will take.  135,000 1975
Cadillacs were recalled for violation of air pollution
standards.  The recall is based on a defective carborator
design.  Mr. Costle states that he intends to pursue
vigorous enforcement of the Clean Air Act.
NOTES'-  Audio on channel 2 only.

Jorling Thomas C;
  Jorling Press Conference
    41 min: 3/4 C: Jun 20, 1977
Water pollution abatement
ABSTRACT:  Thomas C. Jorling, Assistant Administrator
(designate) ann9unces a series of EPA policies regarding
enforcement action against industries and municipalities
that  fail to meet July  1,  1977 deadline for water pollution
abatement.  Mr. Jorling also reviews how industries and
municipalities are complying with requirements of the  1972
Water Pollution Control Act and how to speed up compliance
by  those who will not make the July 1 deadline.  Penalties
will  be based on the economic benefit realised by the
polluter from delayed compliance, adjusted by aggravating
and mitigating circumstances.
NOTES:  Mixed audio.

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000379
000380
fiuarles John R;
  fiuarles Press Conference Recall of Cars Failing to Meet
  Pollution Standards
    11 min: 3/4 C- Feb 8, 1977
Automobile exhaust
ABSTRACT^- John Suarles, EPA Deputy Administrator,
announces the first enforcement action taken by EPA against
an auto company due to failure of cars to meet Federal air
pollution control standards.  EPA has revoked the
certificate of conformity with air pollution standards and
recalled the Ford Motor Company's 1977 Granada and Mercury
Monarch automobiles.  This xs the first time EPA has moved
to stop production and sale of a vehicle for failure to
meet pollution standards.  Mr. fiuarles describes the new
assembly line testing program which revealed the defect in
Ford Motor Company automobiles.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 1 only.

Costle Douglas;
  Costle Press Conference Seabrook Radiation Facility
    34 min: 3/4 C: Jun 17,  1977
Thermal pollution
ABSTRACT'•  EPA Administrator Douglas Costle announces EPA's
approval of the proposed thermal discharge system of the
Seabrook, New Hampshire radiation facility.  Mr. Costle
explains that this is a very narrow technical issue and
does not constitute endorsement of any other aspect of the
facility.  This decision also does not determine future
conditions for further thermal discharge of the facility,
nor does it affect EPA's policy toward other nuclear power
plants.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

Management Information and Data Systems Division;
  Inquiry and Reporting System Advanced Seminar
    184 min: 3/4 C: Jan 30, 1976
Computer systems
ABSTRACT:  The Management Information and Data Systems
Division sponsored this seminar to bring users up-to-date
on advances and enhancements made to the Inquiry and
Reporting System (IRS).  Topics covered are indexing,
single subscripting, bringing more than one primary input
file into the system, fels and cells, advanced checkpoint
restart option, tabulate function, DS£T function, line
numbering in the report phase, batching, space allocation,
core usage, and maintenance applications.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.  Four tapes:  tape 1 - 50
minutes, tape 2-54 minutes; tape 3-49 minutes, tape 4 -
31 minutes.

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000381              Train Russell;
                      Train Press Conference
                        91 min: 3/4 C: Jan 15, 1975
                    Environmental protection
                    ABSTRACT:  EPA Administrator Russell Train details various
                    impacts on the environment of the energy program presented
                    in President Gerald Ford's State of the Union Address.  Mr.
                    Train elaborates on some o± the issues listed in the White
                    House Fact Sheet.  These include conversion of electric
                    power plants to the use of domestic coal, more amendments
                    to the Clean Air Act which cover nonsignificant air quality
                    deterioration, extension of the compliance date on stack
                    gas scrubbers, and modification and deferral of auto
                    emission standards.  Mr. Train describes hou  EPA
                    participated fully in the formation of these proposals and
                    the compromises that were necessary.
                    NOTES:  Audio on channel 1 only.  Tuo tapes:  tape 1-61
                    minutes, tape 2-29 minutes.

000382                Deputy Administrators Briefing
                        61 min: 3/4 G: Jul 18, 1977
                    Environmental Protection Agency
                    ABSTRACT:  This is a unedited briefing for deputy
                    administrators which includes:  an outline of the
                    organisation of offices under the Assistant Administrator
                    for Planning and Management, the Federal personnel system,
                    and the formal organization review process.  The tape ends
                    with discussions on the EPA planning and budgeting system
                    and EPA's regulatory process.
                    NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.  Unedited.

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000383
000384
Johnson Edwin;      Rind Grovex;        Riester Donald;
Occupational Safety and Health Administration;
US Food and Drug Administration;
Office of Pesticide Programs;
  OSHA EPA and FDA Joint Press Conference DBCP
  Dibromochloropropane
    44 min: 3/4 C' Sep 8, 1977
Dibromochloropropane
ABSTRACT:  The Occupational Safety and Health
Administration (OSHA), Environmental Protection Agency and
the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) held a joint press
conference to disclose plans to combat the dangers of
dibromochloropropane (DBCP).  Grover Rind, OSHA's Health
Standards Director, announces that OSHA has issued
emergency temporary standards to cut worker exposure to
DBCP.  EPA's Deputy Administrator for Pesticide Programs,
Edwin Johnson, said his Agency will propose suspending farm
use of DBCP.  The Acting Director of FDA's Bureau of Foods,
Donald Riester, explains that FDA will begin a food
monitoring program to determine if the general public is
consuming unsafe amounts of DBCP.
NOTES:  Audio on channels 1 and 2.

Costle Douglas;     Jellinek Steven;
  Costle Press Conference Toxic Substances Control Act
    42 min: 3/4 G: Dec 22,  1977
Toxic Substances Control Act
ABSTRACT'-  Douglas Costle, EPA Administrator, announces the
first major step taken by the Agency in implementing the
new Toxic Substances Control Act.  Since growth in the
chemical industry has mushroomed since World War II, EPA
does not know as much as it ought to about the health,
safety, and environmental effects of synthetic chemicals in
our daily lives.  Under the new Inventory Reporting Rules,
chemical companies must submit to EPA data on what is being
produced, where it is being produced, and how much is being
produced.  These rules can allow EPA to build a solid
foundation for toxic chemicals control in a way that does
not unnecessarily burden either EPA or chemical companies.
Steven Jellinek also points out that these rules were drawn
up by environmentalists, labor and industry and, therefore,
reprsent a balanced approach.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

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000385              Costle Douglas;     Jorling Thomas C;
                      Costle Press Conference Hazardous Chemicals Regulations
                        25 min: 3/<4 C= Mar 3, 1978
                    Hazardous materials transportation
                    ABSTRACT:  EPA Administrator Douglas Costle announces new
                    regulations that derive from the Water Pollution Act.  The
                    purpose of the regulations is to impose a higher standard
                    of care in handling the transportation of toxic chemicals
                    in order to halt an alarming increase in the number of
                    accidental spills of these chemicals.  The regulations
                    initially cover 271 hazardous chemicals that are commonly
                    produced and used in this country.  Mr. Costle has noticed
                    a pattern of over 700 spills each year.  The vast majority
                    were caused by negligence.  Included in the regulations is
                    liability for the spills.  Thomas Jorling, Assistant
                    Administrator for Mater and Hazardous Materials Program,
                    explains hou the regulations uill work, the framework, and
                    their intention.
                    NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

000386              Costle Douglas;     Drayton William;
                      Costle Press Conference FY 1979 Budget
                        30 min: 3/H C? Jan 21, 1978
                    EPA budget
                    ABSTRACT:  In EPA Administrator Douglas Costle"s opening
                    statement on the EPA FY  1979 budget, he comments on hou the
                    Agency's mission has broadened.  EPA uill need to continue
                    to change and evolve rapidly, constantly shift resources to
                    address neu priorities, and find significant neu resources.
                    The President's neu budget emphasises four basic thrusts:
                    (1) regulating public health hazards effectively; (2)
                    insuring more effective enforcement  of the law; (3) helping
                    State and local governments assume as much environmental
                    responsibility as possible, and (4)  fostering management
                    and basic regulatory reform.  William Drayton, Assistant
                    Administrator for Planning and Management, describes
                    details of the budget.
                    NOTES:  Mixed audio.

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000388
Costle Douglas;     Jorling Thomas C;
  Costle Press Conference Proposed Drinking Water Standards
    52 min: 3/4 C: Jan 25, 1978
Drinking water
ABSTRACT:  EPA Administrator Douglas Costle announces a
proposed set of standards or regulations to curtail a
growing problem of harmful chemicals in our drinking uater.
 Thousands of synthetic man-made chemicals are now in
commerce and have shaped our lives in many ways.  Now they
are showing up in our drinking uater supplies.  EPA is just
learning the effects of these chemicals on human health,
particularly the chronic effects of persistent exposure.
Some of these chemicals are formed in the disinfection
process, or come from pollution, agricultural runoff, and
spills.  Mr. Costle states that the time has come to find
out what is out there.  Thomas Jorling, Assistant
Administrator for Uater and Hazardous Materials Program,
explains what will be required under these regulations.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

Costle Douglas;
  Costle Press Conference 1979 Automobile Mileage Ratings
    45 min: 3/4 C: Sep 15, 1978
Automobiles
ABSTRACT:  The estimated 1979 automobile mileage ratings
are announced by EPA Administrator Douglas Costle.  The
ratings show a total average increase for all cars over the
previous year.  A change in the ratings supersedes the
former highway mileage figure.  Mr. Costle emphasises that
the ratings are for comparative shopping use only and
provide no guarantees.  He also announces the
implementation of Section 112 of the Clean Air Act which
bans some fuel additives including gasohol.  However, the
ban will not be enforced for gasohol.  A brief public
service announcement demonstrates the new mileage ratings.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

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000389              Blum Barbara;       Dodge Bill;
                      Blum Press Conference EPA Regulatory Reform
                        34 min: 3/4 C- Sep 20, 1978
                    Regulations
                    ABSTRACT:  EPA Deputy Administrator Barbara Blum discusses
                    the administration of permit procedures and regulatory
                    reform.  The Permit Reform Task Force developed five
                    initiatives:  (1) One person in each EPA region will help
                    expedite a company's permit applications.  (2) A permit
                    tracking system with administrative deadlines will be
                    established.  Only 30 days will be allowed for the initial
                    review of appplications.   (3) Review of projects involving
                    multiple permits will be coordinated within the Agency.
                    (4) EPA and the companies will get together early to
                    discuss permit requirements.  (5) EPA will join with the
                    States and localities to eliminate unnecessary duplication
                    and reviews by different government agencies.  These
                    initiatives are part of the 40 regulatory reform measures
                    under development at EPA.  Bill Dodge, Caterpiller Tractor,
                    Inc., explains his company's views on the EPA regulatory
                    reform.
                    NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

000390              Costle Douglas;
                      Costle Press Conference Proposed Mater Discharge
                      Regulations
                        39 min: 3/4 C' Aug 10, 1978
                    Mater pollution standards
                    ABSTRACT:  EPA Administrator Douglas Costle announces three
                    regulatory proposals dealing with EPA's water pollution
                    control program.  One is substantive in nature and the
                    other two are procedural.  All three illustrate EPA's and
                    the administration's commitment to regulatory reform.  The
                    first set of regulations adjusts effluent limitations on
                    conventional pollutant discharges for certain industries.
                    The other two review the procedures by which water permits
                    are obtained.  They are designed to take much of the hassle
                    out of the adjudacatory hearing process and to simplify and
                    consolidate the procedures by which permits are obtained.
                    These changes do not apply to toxic substances.  Mr. Costle
                    also states that the test of reasonableness will be applied
                    to all EPA regulations.
                    NOTESi  Audio on channel 2 only.

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000392
Costle Douglas;
  Costle Press Conference Standards of Performance for New
  Stationary Sources
    32 min: 3/H Ct Sep 11, 1978
Stationary sources
ABSTRACT!  EPA Administrator Douglas Costle announces the
start of EPA's rulemaking process in setting air pollution
standards for new or modified fossil-fired electric
generating plants to be constructed in the United States.
By 1990, EPA expects about 200 new fossil fuel power plants
t9 burn nearly 1.5 billion tons of coal and to produce
vitally needed energy for this country.  The proposal that
Mr. Costle announced would protect air quality during this
period of enormous coal consumption by insuring that all
new plants employ the best technology available for
reducing air pollution.  The principal alternative requires
an 85 percent reduction in potential sulfur dioxide
emissions for all new fire-powered plants, also known as
the full scrubbing option.  Mr. Costle also mentions
partial scrubbing alternatives.  He points out that this is
not a final proposal and that all other options will be
considered.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 ,only.

Costle Douglas;
  Costle Press Conference Establishment of the Regulatory
  Council
    36 mint 3/«t C: Hov 1, 1978
Regulations
ABSTRACT:  EPA Administrator Douglas Costle announces the
establishment of the Regulatory Council by President
Carter.  Mr. Costle also states that he has been asked to
serve as chairman of the Council.  The Council will consist
of representatives of all departments that write
regulations and will welcome the participation of any
independent regulatory agency.  It is a new tool for
managing regulatory programs at a lower cost and with less
burden to everyone involved.  One of the Council's
principal activities will be to develop a comprehensive
regulatory calendar which can assist in identifying cross
regulatory issues.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

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000393
000394
Costle Douglas;
  Costle Press Conference New National Air Pollution
  Standard for Lead
    35 min: 3/4 C: Sep 29, 1978
Lead: Air quality
ABSTRACT^  EPA Administrator Douglas Costle announces an
actual ambient air quality standard intended to protect the
public from exposure to airborne lead.  These are the first
national ambient air standards EPA has issued since 1971.
Mr. Costle states that meeting the standard of 1.5
micrograms per cubic meter of air will be a major advance
in reducing the problem of lead in the urban environment.
Under the Clean Air Act, States will develop plans to
achieve .the standard which EPA has determined as adequate
to protect the health of the most sensitive population.
Mr. Costle outlines the adverse health effects of lead.
Airborne lead comes from tuo major sources: automobiles
using leaded gasoline and from industrial plants such as
non-ferrous smelters.  The program for controlling lead
emissions from automobiles has been working successfully.
The problem with smelters is not as easily controlled and
solutions will need to be found.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

Costle Douglas;     Jorling Thomas C;
  Costle Press Conference Hazardous Wastes Regulations
    49 mins 3/4 C* Dec  14, 1978
Hazardous waste
ABSTRACT:  Thirty-five million tons of toxic wastes are
generated every year in the United States, according to EPA
Administrator Douglas Costle.  Mr. Costle states that
national rulemaking under the Resource Conservation and
Recovery Act begins to effectively deal with this problem.
The regulatory proposals identify what EPA considers to be
hazardous wastes, set standards that disposal sites must
adhere to, and establish (as required by the statutes) a
tracking system for these wastes from the point of
generation to the point of disposal.  Thomas Jorling,
Assistant Administrator for Mater and Hazardous Materials
Program, describes the rulemaking in greater detail and how
the regulations operate.  He emphasises that these
regulations apply only to active and future practices and
do not deal with abandoned sites.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 1 only.

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000395              Costle Douglas;
                      Administrator Costles Holiday Message 1978
                        2 min: 3/1 C:  Dec 1978
                    ABSTRACT:  Douglas Costle speaks about collective pride at
                    EPA.  He thanks employees for their past dedication and
                    looks forward to the months ahead.  His message also
                    carries holiday greeting to all EPA employees and their
                    families.
                    NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

000396              Drayton William;
                      EPA Budget 1980 Summary
                        26 min: 3/4 C: Jan 20, 1976
                    EPA budget
                    ABSTRACT:  William Drayton, Jr., Assistant Administrator
                    for Planning and Management, announces President Carter's
                    proposed 1980 EPA budget.  This briefing provides a general
                    picture of the major FY 1980 trends in the budget, major
                    items within the budget, and highlights of specific
                    budgetary changes within each of EPA's programs.
                    NOTES:  Audio of channel 2 only; 2'-08 minutes of leader.

000397              Costle Douglas;     Morse General;
                    US Army Corps of Engineers;
                      Costle Press Conference EPA/Army Corps of Engineers
                      Agreement
                        18 min: 3/4 C: Jan 20, 1978
                    Construction Grants Program
                    ABSTRACT:  EPA Administrator Douglas Costle and General
                    Morse, Chief of the Army Corps of Engineers, signed a
                    cooperative agreement by which EPA will receive Corps of
                    Engineers assistance on construction aspects of EPA's
                    multibillion dollar waste treatment grant program.  Under
                    the agreement, the Corps of Engineers will provide EPA with
                    three major services:  1. Review plans and specifications
                    of proposed waste treatment plants for biddability and
                    constructability, following an EPA determination on basic
                    project approval.  2. Act to insure that projects approved
                    by EPA are bid, contracted for, and constructed in
                    accordance with the highest standards of the construction
                    industry.  3. Provide continuous on-site presence on
                    projects costing $50 million or more.
                    NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

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000399
000400
Costle Douglas;
  Costle Press Conference Asbestos
    20 rain: 3/1 C- Mar 16, 1979
Asbestos
ABSTRACT:  EPA Administrator Douglas Costle announces the
beginning of a campaign to help State and local officials
prevent the exposure of children to hazardous asbestos
containing materials that are present in some schools.  EPA
will distribute a technical guidance package on how to
determine whether school ceilings and walls contain
asbestos materials, and if so, what sort of corrective
action can be taken.  Mr. Costle announces a toll free
number for assistance.  EPA will hold seminars at each of
the ten regional offices to advise State officials on how
to carry out an inspection and control program.  These
steps are being taken to help prevent exposing children to
asbestos that would cause lung cancer, chronic lung
disease, or other crippling illnesses.
NOTES'  Audio on channel 2 only.

Costle Douglas;
  Costle Press Conference Revised Ozone Standards
    45 min: 3/4 G: Jan 1979
Air quality? Ozone
ABSTRACT:  Douglas Costle, EPA Administrator announces a
revised Federal ambient air quality standard for ozone from
.08 parts per milli9n to  .12 parts per million.  Mr. Costle
states that the revised standard is based on a careful
re-evaluation based on the best medical information
available.  The level uas designed with an adequate margin
odE safety to protect asthmatics and others with chronic
respiratory illnesses.  Urban areas that did not previously
meet the standard may now be able to do so.  Mr. Costle
also discusses an increase in research on air quality and
the release of a full report in 2 years.
NOTES2 Audio on channel 2 only.

Costle Douglas;
  Costle Press Conference Clean Air Standards
    33 min: 3/4 G: May 25, 1979
Air quality
ABSTRACT:  EPA Administrator Douglas Costle announces a
significant toughening of the air pollution standards for
coal-fired power plants.  Environmental, economic, and
energy factors were considered.  The higher standards
should cause only a small cost increase to consumers.  Mr.
Costle elaborates on the  following points *•  Protecting the
air quality, costs of the standards, speeding up new
technology, allowing the  use of coal resources, preserving
options  for future growth, and placing a ceiling on total
emissions  of sulfur.
NOTES:   Audio  on channel  1 only; distorted sound.

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000401
000402
000403
Blum Barbara;
  Blum Press Conference EPA vs Hooker Chemical Corp
    18 rains 3/4 C: Dec 20, 1979
Hazardous wastes: Hooker Chemical Corp
ABSTRACT:  EPA Deputy Administrator, Barbara Blum announces
lawsuits against chemical companies in Niagara Falls, N.Y.
for damages from toxic uaste dumps.  The relief requested
by the Government from these chemical companies represents
one of the most significant and costly environmental
remedies ever sought in a judicial action.  Us. Blum warns
these suits should serve notice to those who generate ox
handle hazardous waste that these kinds of dangers will no
longer be tolerated by the American public.  This action is
part of a developing nationwide effort by EPA and the
Department of Justice to combat the threat posed by
hazardous chemical dump sites.  EPA is also developing
rules to insure the safe processing of hazardous waste from
its point of origin to the final safe resting place.  Ms.
Blum also addresses the need for Superfund legislation.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

3M Company;
  How to Produce a Video Tape Program
    10 min: 3/4 C:  1974
Video tape production
ABSTRACT:  The role of the producer in preparing a
videotape program is outlined.  The three logical steps for
an efficient, effective, and logical program are plan,
prepare, and produce.  Details of each of these aspects are
covered.
NOTES:  Audio on both channels; copyright 1974.

3M Company;
  Practical Guide to Sets and Props for Video Tape
  Production
    20 min: 3/4 C'-  1974
Video tape production
ABSTRACT:  This is a demonstration of how producers must
control everything that will appear in the video tape
picture.  Rules to follow are:  use available locations,
scout your locations, keep it simple, and for control, use
a studio.  Aids to set planning, set construction, and
special props are also covered.
 NOTES:  Audio on both channels; copyright 1974.

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000404
000405
000406
000407
3M Company;
  Camera Techniques for Video Tape
    17 min :  3/4 C:  1974
Video tape production
ABSTRACT *•   Camera techniques while video taping must
 ?rovide both entertainment and organization.  Specific
 echniques demonstrated are the close-up, camera movement,
lens characteristics. composition, camera angle, and
optical and mechanical effects.
NOTES:  Audio on both channels; copyright 1974.

3M Company;
  Lighting for Video Tape Production
    15 rain: 3/4 C:  1974
Video tape production
ABSTRACT^   According to this presentation, nothing is more
necessary than lighting in a video tape production.  Light
must be used skillfully.  Tips are given on providing
enough even light, making things stand out, accentuating
texture, shape and depth, as well as matching, enhancing or
creating mood.  Additional topics include use of lighting
equipment, types of lighting situations, and typical
lighting problems.
NOTES:  Audio on both channels; copyright 1974.

3M Company;
  Set up Operation and Care of the Video Tape System
    20 min: 3/4 G:  1974
Video tape production
ABSTRACT:   Successful operation of a video tape system
requires careful planning.  Set up procedures should
include checks of the playback and recording functions.
Troubleshooting and corrective action can involve the
following steps:  check set up, find problem, replace
equipment, live with unsolvable problem, seek advice from a
technician, and make a service call.  Continuous care of
equipment will prevent many problems from occuring.
NOTES:  Audio on channels  1 and 2; copyright  1974.

Bart  Len;           3M Company;
  How to Perform on TV
    18 min: 3/4 C:   1974
Video tape production
ABSTRACT: Dr. Len Bart describes how to make a clear,
believable, and interesting presentation for television.
He compares a presentation to  a juggler of paradox.  Dr.
Bart  then enumerates the  paradoxes he sees in television
production.
NOTES:  Audio on both channels, copyright 1974.

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000408
000409
000410
Air University Television;
  Video Tape Applications in the Classroom
    7 min-' 3/4 C:  1976
Video tape production
ABSTRACT^  Air University Television (AUTV) has adopted a
 Solicy of producing only television lessons of high
 echnical and artistic quality which enhance the message of
the instructor.  Although AUTV has no remote capability,
chroma-key is a special effect which can place a scene in
any location.  Many examples of this effect are
demonstrated.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 1 only; Transfer

Drayton William;
  EPA Budget 1981 Summary
    46 min:  3/4 G: Jan 26, 1980
EPA budget
ABSTRACT:  Uilliam Drayton, Jr., Assistant Administrator
for Planning and Management summarizes^ and describes the
president's  1981 budget for EPA.  He outlines the
presentation that EPA gave to the Office of Ilanagment and
Budget (OMB) as uell as OMB's response.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

Costle Douglas;
  Costle Press Conference Diesel Powered Cars Vans and
  Light Trucks
    33 min:  3/4 C: Feb 21, 1980
Diesel engine exhaust
ABSTRACT:  Douglas Costle, EPA Administrator, announces
clean air standards for diesel powered cars, vans, and
light trucks.  His decision was based on the health
problems caused by fine particulate matter in diesel soot.
The effects  are known to be mutagenic and possibly
carcinogenic.  The new limits will reduce emissions by
about 75 percent.  The cost of compliance will not be
burdensome to the industry.  The new standard is feasibile,
cost effective, and will not interfere with production.
Mr. Costle also announces the formation of a task force to
study an averaging scheme for the next motor vehicle
emission standard.
NOTES2  Audio on channel 2 only; unedited.

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00041 1
000412
000413
Costle Douglas;     Beck Chris;
  Costle Press Conference Hazardous Waste Disposal System
    61 min: 3/4 C: Feb 26, 1980
Hazardous uastes
 ABSTRACT:  EPA Administrator, Douglas Costle announces new
regulations to establish a hazardous waste disposal system.
 He describes how the chemical industry is growing rapidly
and why safe disposal of hazardous uastes is a very serious
problem.  For too long these uastes were mishandled.  The
new regulations establish a manifest system designed to
discourage the growth of problem dump sites.  The system
will always account for where the waste is, who is
responsible for it, and whether it gets to the disposal
site safely.  The responsibility for hazardous waste is
always fixed and midnight dumpings will be prevented.  At
the beginning of the tape Chris Beck rehearses a
presentation on how the manifest system works.
KOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only; press conference begins at
counter no. 302.

Blum Barbara;       Jorling Thomas C;
  Blum Press Conference Toxic Substances
    23 min: 3/q c: Jun 20, 1978
Hazardous wastes
ABSTRACT:  EPA Deputy Administrator Barbara Blum and Thomas
C. Jorling, Assistant Administrator for Water and Hazardous
Materials Program, discuss the .discharge of toxic
substances into sewage systems and directly into waterways.
NOTES:  No audio through most of tape.

Costle Douglas;     Drayton William;    Hawkins David G;
  Press Conference Bubble Concept
    49 min: 3/4 C: Dec 3, 1979
Air pollution control
ABSTRACT:  Alternatives to air emissions reductions are
discussed by EPA Administrator Douglas Costle.  Mr. Costle
claims that alternatives will be the wave of the future for
regulatory reform in the control of air pollution.
Businesses will be able to counterpropose air pollution
compliance to EPA as long as  their performance standards
are as effective and enforceable.  This is called the
bubble concept.  Under it, if a company can lessen
pollution in one process, it  can increase emissions in
another, but only within air  quality standards.  The
regulations have many safeguards to prevent loopholes.  Mr.
Costle feels that this process will help find the most
efficient and effective means to control pollution.
William Drayton, Assistant Administrator for P£M, and David
Hawkins answer questions from the press.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

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000414
000415
000416
Drayton William;    Carter William C;
  EPA Budget 1982 Briefing
    62 min.: 3/4 C: Jan 15, 1981
EPA budget
ABSTRACT:  William Drayton presents EPA's budget for FY
1982.  The Agency's focus has changed to public health
issues.  Three major items in budget planning are:  cleaner
air and water, regulatory reform and control of toxic
substances.  The  1982 budget is the tightest one the Agency
has had.  Since neu programs have been added, the 208
program and research and development have been cut. William
Carter presents details of the budget.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

Barber Walter C;    Carter William C;
  Press Conference FY 1982 Budget
    29 min: 3/4 C: Mar 11, 1981
EPA budget
ABSTRACT:  Walter Barber talks about £f*rs FY 1982 budget
and outlines two major changes.  The first is reduction of
the Construction Grants Program, and second is the addition
of the Superfund Program.  The Superfund provides funds
collected from a combination of taxes on the chemical
industry and general revenue for purposes of cleaning up
abandoned hazardous waste sites.  General programs of the
Agency have been marginally reduced.  William Carter
presents details and major themes of the new budget.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

Gorsuch Anne M (see also Burford Anne M);
  Gorsuch Address to EPA Employees Waterside Mall
     14 min: 3/4 C: May 21, 1981
Environmental Protection Agency
ABSTRACT:  Anne M. Gorsuch, new EPA Administrator,
addresses EPA employees at Waterside Mall.  She tells them
she is honored that President Reagan has appointed her and
looks forward to the challenge with great enthusiasm.  Ms.
Gorsuch believes EPA can contribute greatly by seizing
initiative in two specific areas of regulatory reform and
the new federalism.  She hopes EPA and the Reagan
Administration will be remembered for the amount of money
which has been saved because of streamlined regulations.
EPA will work to keep a lid on those unnecessary
regulations which have created hardships on our national
industries and find ways to ease the paperwork and
reporting burden of businesses and communities. Three
specific goals that Ms. Gorsuch outlines for the Agency are
   (1) improved initiative and personal productivity, (2)
avoiding the adversary role, and (3) remembering EPA
employees are public servants.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

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000417              Gorsuch Anne M (see also Burford Anne M);
                      Anne Gorsuch on Channel 11 News
                        2 min: 3/4 C: Aug 18, 1981
                    Construction Grants Program'- Water quality
                    ABSTRACT:  Anne Gorsuch, EPA Administrator, discusses a
                    change in EPA's position on construction grants and
                    financing water pollution controls.  According to Ms.
                    Gorsuch, EPA will no longer pay for sewer lines and 75
                    percent of other sewage constructsion project.  She says
                    EPA has grown from a water quality program to a public
                    works program that can no longer be afforded by the Federal
                    Government.
                    NOTES:  Segment begins at counter no. 300.

000418              Gorsuch Anne M (see also Burford Anne M);
                    Hedeman William N;
                      Gorsuch Press Conference Superfund National Contingency
                      Plan
                        26 min:  3/1 C- Mar 12, 1982.
                    Superfund
                    ABSTRACT:  Anne M. Gorsuch, EPA Administrator, announces
                    completion of the National Contingency Plan.  The Plan is
                    required by Section 105 of Superfund and establishes the
                    framework of government responses to the problem of
                    hazardous wastes cleanup.  The plan defines where, when,
                    and how monies will be spent for maximum environmental
                    benefit.  Ms. Gorsuch also announces completion of the
                    Superfund State guidelines and lists Superfund
                    accomplishments.  William Hedeman outlines details of the
                    plan.
                    NOTES*  Audio on channel 2 only.

000119              Sullivan William A;
                      Establishment of a Special Task Force for Superfund
                        51 min: 3/4 C: Feb  1,  1982
                    Superfund
                    ABSTRACT:  William A. Sullivan, Jr., Enforcement Counsel,
                    announces the formation of a special task force to force or
                    seek voluntary cleanup of hazardous waste sites.  The task
                    force will notify parties of their potential liability for
                    cleanup and pave the way for enforcement action to compel
                    cleanup.  Parties will be given an opportunity to discuss
                    voluntary cleanup with the government:.  The task force
                    works with EPA regional offices to identify responsible
                    parties at each priority site.  Where a responsible party
                    ignores an order to cleanup, the law authorizes collection
                    of damages equal to three times the government's cost of
                    cleanup.
                    NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

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000420
000421
000422
Gorsuch Anne M (see also Burford Anne ID;
  Gorsuch Press Conference Superfund
    32 min.: 3/4 C: Oct 23, 1981
Superfund
ABSTRACT:  EPA Administrator, Anne M. Gorsuch announces the
formation of an interim priority list of 114 sites selected
for Superfund cleanup action.  Formation of the list is the
first step in the implementation of Superfund.  Ms. Gorsuch
then fields questions from the press with assistance from
Christoper Capper, Acting Assistant Administrator for Solid
Waste and Emergency Response.

Gorsuch Anne II (see also Burford Anne M);
  Gorsuch PressConference Reauthorisation of the Clean Air
  Act
    41 min: 3/4 C: Aug 5, 1981
ABSTRACT:  EPA Administrator Anne Gorsuch announces
recommendations of the cabinet to reauthorize the Clean Air
Act.  The principles she recommends aie: C1) the Nation
must continue its progress toward clean air; (2) health
based standards should be maintained and based solely on a
cost benefit analysis; (3) secondary standards should
continue to be set at the Federal level; (4) States uill be
accorded a full partnership in maintaining clean air; (5)
efficient control of airborne toxic pollutants uill be
implemented; (6) more research uill be conducted on acid
deposition; and (7) pollution control standards uill be set
for new coal-fired plants.  Ms. Gorsuch points out the
importance of uorking uith congressional leadership in
developing details of these principles.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

Gorsuch Anne M (see also Burford Anne M);
US Army Corps of Engineers;
  Gorsuch Press Conference Superfund and the Corps of
  Engineers
    17 min: 3/4 C: Feb 10, 1982
Superfund
ABSTRACT:  Anne n Gorsuch, EPA Administrator, announces
completion of a Memorandum of Intent betueen the Army Corps
of Engineers and the Environmental Protection Agency for
interaction on Superfund.  The Corps role will be to serve
as manager for design and construction contracts for
cleanup activities.  The private sector uill continue to do
the actual designing and construction.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

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000423
000424
000425
Gorsuch Anne M (see also Burford Anne M);
  Gorsuch Press Conference Regulatory Reform
    30 min: 3/4 C- Apr 2, 1982
Air pollution control
ABSTRACT5  Anne M. Gorsuch* EPA Administrator, announces a
new emissions trading policy which gives industry much more
flexibility to create surplus emissions at some sources and
to use them to meet costly requirements elsewhere.  This
policy replaces the original bubble document.
Specifically, it allows broad use of the bubble in urban
areas which lack approved demonstrations of attainment. The
new policy also authorises States to adopt generic trading
rules and extends them to all criteria pollutants.  Ms.
Gorsuch emphasises the policy's environmental soundness and
the opportunities that it makes possible.
 NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

Train Russell;      Izrael Yuriy A;
  US USSR Joint Committee Meeting on Cooperation Fourth
  Annual
    31 min: 3/4 C- Oct 1975
International relations
ABSTRACT:  Excerpts of the Fourth Annual US/USSR Joint
Committee Meeting on Cooperation in the Field of
Environmental Protection, October 28-31, 1975 are
highlighted.  The opening ceremony was addressed by EPA
Administrator Russell Train and Academician Yuriy A.
Izrael, Chief of the Main Administration of Hydromat. ' Mr.
Train lists successful joint projects and acknowledges
shortcomings which he hopes can be overcome.  Dr. Izrael
talks about importance of cooperation between the two
countries.  Activities of the meeting are described.  Both
Mr. Train and Dr. Izrael sign a memorandum of
implementation at the close of the meeting.
NOTES:  Mixed audio.

Costle Douglas;
  Procurement Seminar for Program Executives Opening Remarks
    4 min: 3/4 C'- Jan 1978
Procurement
ABSTRACT:  Douglas Costle, EPA Administrator, welcomes
participants to a. Procurement Seminar for Program
Executives and expresses his thoughts on issues to be
covered. Foremost is his concern that EPA funds be spent
judiciously.  He also mentions accommodating Equal
Employment Opportunity guidelines.  Since new legislative
mandates require greater responsibilities for the Agency,
contracting for services attains greater importance as
agency staffing is limited.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

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000426
000427
000428
Horowitz Howard;
Office of Toxic Substances;
  2 , 4 , 5-T .Oregon Conifer Project
    8 min: .3/4 C: Sep 1980
2,4,5-T: Forest management
ABSTRACT:  Howard Horowitz from Groundwork (not identified
on tape) discusses Douglas Fir populations at the Lowell
District of the Willamette National Forest.  He examines
two reforestation sites which were scheduled for aerial
release of 2,4,5-T in the spring of 1978.  The overall
brush density averaged about 35 percent and less than 1/5
of the conifer crop trees were overtopped.  Mr. Horowitz
describes how it is impossible to predict what the
magnitude of 2,4,5-T benefits would be.  He says a more
accurate'assessment of benefits may be possible through
careful measurement of growth interactions on an individual
site-by-site basis.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

Train Russell;
  NBC Today Show with Russell Train
    11 min: 3/4 G: Sep 14, 1973
Environmental protections Offshore drilling
ABSTRACT:  EPA Administrator Russell Train is interviewed
on the NBC Today Show.  He discusses mandatory fuel
allocation controls on heating oil* temporary permission to
burn high sulfur fuels* offshore drilling, fuel economy,
and emission controls.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.  Poor sound quality.

Train Russell;
  NBC Today Show with Russell Train
    8 min: 3/4 C: Jun 11, 1974
Environmental protection
ABSTRACT:  In an interview on the NBC Today Show, EPA
Administrator Russell Train discusses energy vs.
environment, availability of unleaded gasoline, land use
legislation, pollution of the Great Lakes, and pollution
from mining tailings.
NOTES?  Audio on channel 2 only.  For official use only.

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000429
000430
000431
Rather Dan;         Chase Sylvia;
  Caution Drinking Water May Be Dangerous to Your Health
    53 min = 3/4 C- Nov 1974
Drinking water
ABSTRACT-'  CBS Reports addresses deterioration of the
quality of drinking water in the program "Caution:
Drinking Water May Be Dangerous to Your Health."
Bacteriological contamination was discovered in Vermont,
lead in Boston, asbestos in Duluth and San Francisco, and
chloroform in Cincinnati.  Chemical and industrial
pollution has been found in drinking water taken from the
Mississippi and Ohio Rivers, as well as in ground water.
When chlorine is added to polluted water, it combines with
industrial wastes to make new, dangerous and possibly
carcinogenic chemicals.  The program shows how the lack of
communication between scientists and between EPA and the
public prevented public awareness of deterioration of the
quality of drinking water.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 1 only.

Nader Ralph;        Lapp Ralph;
  NBC Today Show with Ralph Nader and Ralph Lapp
    10 min: 3/4 C- Jan 21, 1975
Nuclear power: Nuclear power plants
ABSTRACT2  Ralph Nader, Consumer Advocate, and Ralph Lapp,
Nuclear Scientist, discuss the pros and cons of nuclear
power.  They vigorously oppose each other in a discussion
on the economics, safety, and reliability of nuclear power
plants.  Mr. Nader suggests several alternatives for coping
with the energy crisis.  Although Dr. Lapp assures the
complete safety of nuclear power plants, he advocates
siting them away from large metropolitan areas.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.  Segment begins at counter
no. 655.

  CBS Magazine ~Ls Recycling UnAmerican
    9 min: 3/4 C' Dec  11, 1975
Recycling
ABSTRACT5  CBS Magazine featured a story on the status  of
recycling  in the United States.  It contrasts the current
situation  with recycling activities during World War II.
Today the  war is against dwindling natural resources.
However, laws discriminate against recycling both in
shipping and tax incentives.  Corporations receive large
tax breaks for use of virgin materials and none for
recycled materials.  Without a tax incentive, companies
lose money by recycling.  Currently only one percent of
America's  household waste is recycled while millions of
dollars worth of waste are thrown away.  Most waste is
still treated as a burden and not as a resource.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only; segment begins at counter
no. 386.

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000433
000434
Nader Ralph;        Kimm Victor J;      Harris Robert;
Jones Fred;         Guarino Carmen;
Environmental Defense Fund;
American Bottled Water Association;
Office of Water Supply;
  Not For Women Only Clean Water
    28 min: 3/4 B£W C: Feb 17, 1976
Drinking water
ABSTRACT:  Hugh Downs hosts a panel discussion on clean
water with Ralph Nader, Consumer Advocate; Victor Kimm, EPA
Deputy Assistant Administrator for Water Supply; Robert
Harris, Associate Director of the Toxic Chemical
Association, Environmental Defense Fund; Fred Jones,
American Bottled Water Association, and Carmen Guarino,
Philadelphia Water Commissioner.  They discuss standards of
bottled water, why some chemicals from industrial
discharges found in drinking water can be dangerous in any
quantity, and how these concentrations can be reduced.
Options available to the individual are to convince
Government to raise water standards and to ask EPA for an
evaluation of his/her water quality.
NOTES 5  Audio on channel 2 only.

  NBC News Recycling in Yosemite National Park
    5 1/2 min: 3/4 C'  1976
Recycling
ABSTRACT-'  NBC News reports on a pilot container deposit
program supported by EPA in Yosemite National Park.  Before
the program, one ton of waste was recycled each year.
After the program was instituted the amount changed to one
ton each week.  Recycling creates jobs, save energy and
helps clean up the environment.  The program has been so
successful that the Government plans to institute it at
other Federal facilities.
NOTES5  Audio on channel 2 only; no duplication; two cuts.

Train Russell;
  Face the Nation with Russell Train
    28 min' 3/4 C: Apr 18, 1976
Environmental protection
ABSTRACT:  EPA Administrator Russell Train discusses many
topics related to the environment with three reporters.
These topics include EPA budget, postponement of
environmental standards, chemical contamination of the
environment, regulations, coal leasing; emissions
standards; the environmental movement, jobs vs.
environmental protection, and air pollution.
NOTES2  Audio on channel 2 only.

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000136
000437
Norton Gene;        Mudd Sidney;
  NBC Today Show Recyclable Bottles
    12 rains 3/4 C: Oct 20, 1976
Recycling
ABSTRACT:  The Today Show features a segment on outlawing
nonreturnable bottles.  A field report on the upcoming
"bottle bill" in Massachusetts is featured, as well as a
report on the success of a similar bill in Vermont.  Gene
Norton and Sidney Mudd, both bottling company executives,
debate the pros and cons of such legislation.  The
arguments center around jobs and profits.  Those opposing
the bill claim jobs would be lost and beverage costs uould
 ?o up.  Those in favor of the bill say it would control
 itter, create new jobs, and reduce cost for the industry.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

  CBS News Report on the Monsanto Pyrolysis Plant
    2 1/2 min: 3/4 C: Mar 1977
Pyrolysis incineration
ABSTRACT:  A CBS News segment reports on the Interior
Department's endangered species list and on the Monsanto
 Eyrolysis plant in Baltimore.  The pyrolysis plant was
 uilt to convert solid waste into steam, which is then sold
to the electric utility plant.  However, the $15 million
facility does not work.  Monsanto refuses to accept
responsibility for the failure, therefore, the city may
have to pay another $10 million before the plant will work
correctly.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only; segment begins at counter
no. 136; no duplication.

Spilhaus Athelstan;
  Mysterious Deep
    45 min: 3/4 BSW G:  1976
Oceans: ocean waste disposal: Radioactive waste disposal
ABSTRACT:  This is a documentary on many aspects of the
ocean with narrator Athelstan Spilhaus.  Part 1, The Power
of the Sea, covers hurricanes, tides, tidal bores,
underwater exploration for oil, sonar fishing, whales,
bacteria treatment, sea creatures, and aquaculture.  Part
2, Inner Space, is about the ocean floor, drift bottles,
underwater exploration, nuclear submarines, military
weapons, deep water exploration, and radioactive waste
dumping.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only; film transfer.

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000438
000439
000440
US Atomic Energy Commission;
  Nuclear Spectrum USA Nuclear Power in the United States
    28 min: 3/4 C'  1972
Nuclear power: Nuclear reactors
ABSTRACT:  The search for additional energy in the United
States has lead to the development of nuclear power.  The
safety and reliability of nuclear power. which is also
nonpolluting and economical* are described in the film.
Most nuclear power plants are light water reactors which
create a Plutonium by-product.  This plutonium can be
recycled in other types of reactors.  How development of
advanced reactor concepts will be required to further
nuclear power technology is also described.  Power reactor
developments include the liquid metal, fast breeder
reactor, fast flux test facility; sodium test facility.
fast oxide reactor; and high-temperature, gas-cooled
reactor.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only; film transfer.

US Atomic Energy Commission;
  Fifth Fuel Uranium
    23 min-- 3/1* C'-  1972
Uranium
ABSTRACT:  Han's first four fuel sources are wood. coal.
natural gas and oil.  Since these are limited resources, an
additional energy supply must be utilized.  This fifth fuel
is uranium.  Described in the program are steps taken to
create the fuel from mining, milling and refining to
extrusion and testing.  Uses of uranium fuel, nuclear
materials management, safety, and uranium enrichment are
also described.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only; film transfer.

  Flight of the Enterprise
    30 min: 3/4 G: Sep 1977
Space shuttle
ABSTRACT:  An NBC Special News Report documents the first
free (test) flight of the space shuttle Enterprise from an
altitude of 23,000 feet.  Future uses of the shuttle are
described.  A discussion with high school students is also
included.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 1 only; no duplication.

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000441              US Atomic Energy Commission;
                    Atomic Industrial Forum Inc;
                      Atomic Power Today Service with Safety
                        27 min: 3/4 C: Sep 2, 1975
                    Nuclear power •• Nuclear power plants
                    ABSTRACT:  This program emphasises the need for future
                    sources of electricity.  Uranium fuel is compared to the
                    vast amounts of coal required to produce an equivalent
                    amount of energy.  A basic illustration of how atomic power
                    plants work is presented.  Within the plant, heat is
                    generated by nuclear fission in uranium fuel rods.  Safety
                    features and barriers of a nuclear power plant keep the
                    process under control.  These safety aspects are important
                    in the planning and management of nuclear power plants,
                    where dependability is the highest consideration.  The role
                    of the Atomic Energy Commission throughout the entire
                    process of constructing a plant is outlined.
                    NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only; film transfer.

000442              Tardiff Robert G;
                    University of Cincinnati;
                    Environmental Research Center Cincinnati;
                      Hazards from Exposure to Toxic Chemicals in the Research
                      Lab
                        53 min: 3/4 G: May 20, 1977
                    Toxic hazards: Occupational health and safety
                    ABSTRACT:  Toxic chemicals, including carcinogens, may be
                    hazardous to laboratory and nonlaboratory personnel.  An
                    awareness of the hazards and appropriate manipulation of
                    the chemicals are the keys to safe laboratory operations.
                    In a seminar. Dr. Robert G. Tardiff, Chief of the
                    lexicological Assessment Branch, Health Effects Laboratory,
                    speaks on the hazards of exposure to toxic chemicals in the
                    research laboratory.  He discusses:  identification of
                    compounds that may pose a greater risk to health,
                    evaluation of toxicity of compounds under appropriate route
                    of exposure, development of criteria for assessing
                    hazardous use of chemicals in the laboratory, employment of
                    mechanisms for avoiding/minimizing exposure while
                    effectively completing tasks, and surveillance of health
                    status.
                    NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

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000443              Stara Jerry;        Orthoefer John;
                    University of Cincinnati;
                    Health Effects Research Laboratory Cincinnati;
                      Emphysema Produced by Chronic Exposure to Air Pollutants
                        58 min: 3/4 C: Feb 25, 1977
                    Air pollution effects animals
                    ABSTRACT:  Dr. Jerry Stara, DVM, Director of the Office of
                    Program Operations, Health Effects Research Laboratory
                    (HERD, and Dr. John Orthoefer, DVM, Pathologist,
                    lexicological Assessment Branch, HERL, describe in detail a
                    nine year study of low-levels of P9llutants on dogs.  The
                    study includes data standards, design of the experiments
                    and a revelation of their findings.  The study shows that
                    prolonged exposure to pollutants produced emphysema in
                    beagles.  Details are provided on the testing schedule,
                    in-vivo measurements and on the pathology results.
                    NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

                    Blum Barbara;       Costle Douglas;
                      Panorama with Barbara Blum and Good Morning America with
                      Douglas Costle                      	
                        22 min: 3/4 C: Dec 2,  1977 and Dec 21,  1977
                    Air quality
                    ABSTRACT:  EPA Deputy Administrator Barbara Blum is
                    interviewed on Panorama where she discusses water
                    pollution; automobile emissions; coal; solid waste; women
                    as high level political appointees; and pollution by
                    Federal entities.  A possible merger of The Interior
                    Department and the Environmental Protection Agency into a
                    Department of Natural Resources is also mentioned.  EPA
                    Administrator Douglas Costle appears as a guest on Good
                    Morning America.  He discusses air quality and its various
                    aspects such as particulates, emissions, and photochemical
                    oxidants.  Although there have been several delays in
                    cleaning up the air, the country has shown that it is
                    willing to pay the price for cleaner air.
                    NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only; 2d segment begins at
                    counter no. 310.

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000445
000446
  First Pollution
    26 min: 3/4 G:  1972
Water pollution abatement: Water pollution control
ABSTRACT:  Improved uater quality in many rivers of the
United States is shown in this film transfer.  The history
of uater pollution control in the Washington* D.C.
metropolitan area opens the program.  The Kanauha River in
West Virginia, the Ohio River and the Tittabauassee River
in Michigan are all shown as examples of uater Duality
improvement.  Another improvement is in making industrial
plants responsible for their oun uastes as demonstrated at
the Armco Steel Corp. in Middletoun, Ohio.  Other
successful projects included in the film are at St. Paul.
Minnesota; Lake Tahoe; Brooklyn; Golden Gate Park in San
Francisco; Los Angeles County; and the Houston Ship Channel.
NOTES:  Audio on channel  1 only; film transfer.

Simmons Sue;        Fine Marcia;        Peter Mollie;
  Her Rah Women and the Work Environment
    28 min: 3/4 C: Apr 1979
Occupational health and safety
ABSTRACT:  Sue Simmons, hostess of Her-Rah, discusses women
and the uork environment uith environmental experts Marcia
Fine and Mollie Peter.  In some uork situations both men
and women are exposed to  potentially hazardous substances
uhich have unknown effects on the reproductive system.  The
guests describe hou exposure to chemicals is sometimes used
as a means of discrimination to keep uomen out of certain
jobs, uhen in fact the chemicals affect sperm as well.
They also discuss hou a man's job can affect the health of
his family.  Other topics include noise pollution, birth
defects, cancer, on-the-job injuries, behavioral changes,
psychological stress, consumer products, and lifestyle.
NOTES:  Audio on channel  2 only; no duplication.

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000447
000448
Moss Laurence I;    Decker Gerald L;    Costle Douglas;
  Mater Quality National Coal Policy
    13 rain: 3/4 G: Jan-Feb 1978
Drinking water: Coal
ABSTRACT:  WRC Local and CBS National Television News
featured segments on the new drinking water standards
announced by EPA.  Excerpts are shown from EPA
Administrator Douglas Costle's press conference where he
announced nationwide standards for water purity.  The new
standards were required because of the high levels of
hazardous chemicals found in many municipal systems.  A
feature is shown on Dade County* Florida* where there is a
problem with trihalomethanes.  The second segment is a
feature from the NBC Today Show on the National Coal
Policy.  Larry Moss and Gerald Decker* Co-chairman of the
National Coal Project* organized ways to utilize the
country's coal resources at the least damage to the
environment.  Nuclear power is mentioned as an alternative,
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only* second segment begins at
counter no. 171.

Costle Douglas;
  Off Air News Transfers Feb 14,21 1978
    13 min: 3/4 C: Feb 1978
Food industry: Oil spills
ABSTRACT:  CBS Evening News (Feb 14, 1978) reports a House
Hearing on chemical substances in food.  Pesticides have
been found in finished food products* there are no rules
banning their presence in foods.  Pesticides, such as
Captan* cannot be removed by washing foods.  Two other
reports cover a House hearing on radiation from x-rays and
cloud seeding.  EPA Administrator Douglas Costle was a
guest on the NBC Today Show (Feb 21, 1978) after he had
visited France to view an oil spill.  He discusses ways a
supertanker oilspill can be avoided in this country.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only; second segment begins at
counter no. 122.

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000449
000450
000451
Kennedy Donald;     Bingham Eula;
US Food and Drug Administration;
Occupational Safety and Health Administration;
  Chronic Chemical Hazards
    29 min: 3/4 C: Apr 4, 1978
Carcinogens: Hazardous materials
ABSTRACT:  Donald Kennedy, Food and Drug Administrator and
Eula Bingham, Assistant Secretary of Labor for Occupational
Safety and Health Administration, discuss chronic chemical
hazards.  They describe the focus of their agencies, both
of which are involved with the regulation of chemicals.
Chemicals in the ambient environment are increasing, many
of which are toxic.  Those which are not toxic may have a
synergistic effect on others to create even more hazards.
Dr. Bingham describes the very low levels of chemicals that
produce responses in laboratory animals and how
sensitivities vary among species.  Many carcinogens have no
safe levels.  Mr. Kennedy and Dr. Bingham also discuss the
present status of epidemiological research and future needs
in toxicological testing.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 1 only.

Blum Barbara;
  CBS Evening News AMC Recall
    3 min: 3/4 C'- May 10, 1978
Automobile exhaust: Exhaust emissions
ABSTRACT:  CBS Evening News reports that EPA, in an
unprecedented move, has ordered a massive recall for all
1976 AMC models.  Barbara Blum, EPA Deputy Administrator,
explains that the recall was caused by a defective joint
that allowed excessive emissions of nitrogen oxide.  EPA
estimates that only about one-half of the car owners will
bring their cars in for the repair.  AMC said that EPA has
overreacted since malfunctions of the joint have been
minimal.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only; segment begins at counter
no. 632; no duplication.

  Contaminated Mater in Southern Missouri
    1  1/2 min: 3/4 C: Jun 10,  1978
Drinking water: Water pollution: Ground water
ABSTRACT:  A man-made cesspool collapsed into an
underground cavern near West Plains, Missouri.  This ABC
news footage reports on the resulting massive contamination
of water in southern Missouri and northern Arkansas.  The
sewage  contaminants spread to local wells, affecting
drinking water.

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US Department of Commezce Office of Coastal Zone Management;
  Offshore Onshore
    58 min: 3/4 C'  1977
Offshore drilling
ABSTRACT:  The oil shortage has created a conflict between
coastal towns, fishermen* and offshore drilling companies.
This program provides a perspective on the impacts of
offshore oil and gas development and reactions to this
development by local community members, environmentalists,
and oil company representatives.  Comparisons are made
between Georges Bank and the Gulf of Mexico, but
differences appear to be greater than similarities.  The
fishermen do not think oil drilling and fishing can be
maintained in the same area.  Offshore drilling in
Louisiana has been successful.  Strains on the local
economy in Aberdeen, Scotland have resulted from the North
Sea offshore drilling.  The Shetland Islands uere able to
plan for the drilling in their area and are charging a
tariff on each barrel taken from their waters.  In all
cases, the long range environmental effects are the least
known factor in offshore drilling.
NOTES'  Audio on channels 1 and 2; copyright 1977.

Hill Bonnie;        Jellinek Steven;
  Report on Herbicide Use in Oregon
    2 1/2 min: 3/4 C: Jul 16, 1978
Dioxin
ABSTRACT:  This is a CBS report on how dioxin contamination
in drinking water from pesticide spraying in the backwoods
of Oregon may have caused miscarriages.  School teacher
Bonnie hill sent information to EPA that correlated the
pesticide' spraying with frequent miscarriages.  Steven
Jellinek, Assistant Administrator for Toxic Substances,
states that EPA will try to find a link between dioxin and
the miscarriages.
NOTES:  Audio on channels 1 and 2.

  CBS News Civil Service Reform and Veterans Preference
    3 min: 3/4 C' Jul 24, 1978
Civil service
ABSTRACT:  This is a CBS News report on the pending change
in the Civil Service Reform Act regarding veterans'
preference.  As the law is written, it favors white males
and excludes women and minorities, who are usually
non-veterans, from civil service jobs.  Changes may include
limiting the length of time of the 5-point veterans*
preference on civil service exams.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only; segment begins at counter
no. 327.

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000455              Costle Douglas;
                      NBC Today Show Catalytic Converters
                        5 min: 3/4 C: Jul 25, 1978
                    Catalytic reactors exhaust systems
                    ABSTRACT:  NBC reports on hou catalytic converters have
                    been disconnected by their owners who beleive that these
                    devices are cutting fuel economy.  However, fuel economy is
                    lowered when they are disconnected.  The converter also
                    drastically lowers hydrocarbons and carbon monoxide.
                    Douglas Costle explains hou the converters help a car's
                    performance.

000456              Jellinek Steven;
                      ABC Twenty Twenty Hidden Poison
                         17 min: 3/4 G: Aug 1, 1978
                    2,4,5-T: Dioxin
                    ABSTRACT:  Each year five million pounds of 2,4,5-T are
                    sprayed on rice, cattle ranges, highway rights-of-way, and
                    scrub forest land in the United States.  2,4,5-T contains
                    dioxin, the most poisonous man-made chemical today.  Dow
                    Chemical claims that 2,4,5-T is absolutely safe; however,
                    some people and animals have had severe reactions to the
                    chemical including miscarriages and death.  Laboratory
                    tests demonstrate that minute doses of dioxin can cause
                    miscarriages and birth defects.  A list of products
                    containing 2,4,5-T is shown.  Steven Jellinek, Assistant
                    Administrator  for Toxic Substances, speaks for EPA's
                    position.  It  is not known whether the level of dioxin is
                    increasing in  the environment.
                    NOTES:  Audio  on channel 2 only; segment begins at counter
                    no. 490.

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Plehn Steffen;
Johnson Charles;
000458
000459
Harsh Langdon;
Hanks Fred;
New York State Department of Environmental Conservation;
National Solid Waste Management Association;
Union Carbide Corporation;
  MacNeil Lehrer Report Chemical Contamination
    28 min: 3/4 C: Aug 10, 1978
Hazardous wastes: Love Canal
ABSTRACT:  The MacNeil/Lehrer Report explores how many
chemical waste sites are around the country and what is
being done about them.  Langdon Harsh, New York State
Department of Environmental Conservation, describes what is
being done to relocate families from the Love Canal area.
Steffen Plehn, EPa Deputy Assistant Administrator for Solid
Waste, says that EPA does not know the full extent of the
problem.  EPA is writing regulations to prevent such
situations from recurring. Charles Johnson, National Solid
Waste Management Association, knows of no illegal disposal
of toxic wastes still being carried out.  Fred Hanks, Union
Carbide Corporation, states that the situation is not as
bad as it appears and that wastes are disposed of safely.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only, no duplication.

  CBS News Ohio Coal
    2 1/2 min: 3/4 G: Aug 22, 1978
Coal: Coal mining
ABSTRACT:  This news segment is a report on the kind of
coal Ohio utilities should burn.  If the present technology
is continued, western low-sulfur coal must be burned and
Ohio coal miners would lose their jobs.  If the utilities
would install scrubbers, Ohio coal could be burned and  jobs
would not be lost.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only; no duplication.

Costle Douglas;
  NBC Today Show with Douglas Costle
    6 min: 3/4 C: Aug 28, 1978
Environmental protection
ABSTRACT:  EPA Administrator Douglas Costle answers
questions from NBC Today Show viewers on the safety of
drinking water, PCBs: nuclear waste, hazardous wastes,
automobile emissions, mass transit, and air quality
monitoring
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only; segment begins at counter
no. 624.

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000462
Plehn Steffen;
  CBS Neus Love Canal and PCBs in North Carolina
    6 1/2 min: 3/4 C: Sep 1978
Love Canal: Hazardous uastes: Polychlorinated biphenyls
ABSTRACT:  CBS Neus reports on recurrences of the Love
Canal situation in other areas.   Proper disposal techniques
are shoun.  However, Steffen Plehn, EPA Deputy
Administrator for Solid Uastes,  says that proper disposal
of hazardous chemicals is the exception rather than the
rule.  A second report covers the dumping of PCBs along
roads in six North Carolina counties.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 1 only.

Environmental and Emergency Response Branch;
Oil and Special Materials Control Division;
  This Stream is Dead A Hazardous Material Incident
    20 rain: 3/4 C:  1976
Hazardous uastes: Pentachlorophenol
ABSTRACT:  Naylor's Run in Haverford, Pennsylvania uas
polluted with oil and PCPs.  These pollutants came from the
National Wood Preservers Company uhich used a mixture of
fuel oil and PCP as a uood preservative.  The company
injected the excess mixture into the ground uhich
eventually found its uay into surface uaters.  The State of
Pennsylvania did not have funds available to clean up the
problem and become involved in litigation uith the company.
The EPA Environmental Emergency Response Unit performed
hold/pickup, and search/cleanup activities.  The site uas
cleaned up after three months of uork by EPA.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only; film transfer.

Talbot Lee;         Talbot Marty;
  NBC Neus Presents Man Beast and the Land
    51 min: 3/4 C:  1968
Animal ecology: Semiarid land
ABSTRACT:  Centuries ago vast herds of uild animals
migrated across all the continents of the world.  Nou the
last remaining great herds are in the Serengeti Mara region
of East Africa.  Only here are the many varieties of
antelopes  and gazelles, and uith them, the predators and
scavengers.  Lee and Marty Talbot, scientists from the
Smithsonian Institution have studied the region.  In this
tape they  explore the relationships betueen predators and
grazing animals, hou different animals eat different
plants, hou disease can balance animal populations, the
effects of fire on the plainsland, and the impact of
domestic cattle on the ecosytem.
NOTES'-  Audio on channel 2 only; no duplication; film
transfer.

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000464
000465
Office of Public Affairs;
  Gifts
    28 mins 3/4 C'-  1973
Environmental protection
ABSTRACT:  Gifts is a documentary film about the American
landscape and what has happened to it during the past 2 1/2
centuries.  The film's title comes from the Nation's legacy
of clean water, pure air, and virgin land—a legacy that
remains under threat. It shows how men and machines have
turned an age of development into an age of anxiety.
Greatness as a nation has been achieved at the expense of
air and water pollution and loss of natural wealth.
NOTES:  Audio on channels 1 and 2; film transfer.

  water Music
    7 min: 3/4 C:  1970
Surface waters
ABSTRACT:  This is a collection of various water scenes
with accompanying music.
 NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only; copyright 1970.
                    Rauch Robert;
Petkas Peter;
Pernik Steve;
Blum Barbara;
Duquesne Light Company;
Environmental Defense Fund;
US Office of Management and Budget;
  MacNeil Lehrer Report Inflation and Environmental Control
    28 min: 3/4 c: Oct 30, 1978
Regulations
ABSTRACT:  This edition of the MacNeil/Lehrer Report
focuses on fighting pollution vs. fighting inflation.
President Carter had announced a re-evaluation of
regulations, environmental regulations were at the heart of
this position.  Steve Pernik, Duquesne Light Company, says
that neither the environment nor a healthy economy should
be sacrificed for the other.  He acknowledges that controls
are needed.  Robert Rauch, Environmental Defense Fund,
holds the position that the cost of environmental control
is not inflationary if the benefits exceed the cost.  He
cites polls that indicate that the public wants
environmental controls.  Peter Petkas, Office of Management
and Budget, discusses how environmental controls contribute
to inflation.  His Office's goal is cost effective
regulations.  Barbara Blum, EPA Deputy Administrator,
indicates how EPA is responding to the President's mandate.

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000467
Plehn Steffen;      Jellinek Steven;
  Off Air News Transfers Dec 1978-Jan 1979
    25 min: 3/4 G: Dec 78-Jan 1979
Hazardous wastes: Diesel engine exhaust
ABSTRACT:  ABC News, Dec 3, 1978 (4=18), reports on EPA
building problems.  Maintenance problems; as uell as
reports linking former Vice President Spiro T. Agnew with
awarding the lease on the building, are discussed.
Panorama, Dec 14, 1978 (12:05) features an interview with
Steffen Plehn, Deputy Assistant Administrator for Solid
Waste, who discusses the new standards for hazardous
wastes.  CBS News Jan 10, 1979 (5:00), reports on air
emission standards for diesel engines and two hazardous
waste dumps found in Kentucky.  ABC News, Jan 16, 1979
(2:25), features a story on an environmental health seminar
between industry and government.  Steven Jellinek,
Assistant Administrator for Toxic Substances, discusses
aspects of the meetings.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

Costle Douglas;
  NBC Today Show Series on Toxic Substances
    28 min: 3/4 C: Feb 12-15, 1979
Hazardous wastes: Love Canal
ABSTRACT:  This four-part Today Show series focuses on the
increasing hazardous wastes problem across the country.
The first part covers events at Love Canal.  The second
part covers the full extent of the problem and describes
several of 800 potential Love Canal situations.  Proper
techniques for hazardous waste disposal are described in
the third part. In the fourth part, California State laws
for waste disposal are described. EPA Administrator Douglas
Costle discusses the problem and what EPA is doing to
control it.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

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000469
000470
  ABC Closeup The Killing Ground
    58 min: 3/4 G: Mar 29, 1979
Hazardous uastes: Love Canal
ABSTRACT:  ABC correspondent Brit Hume, explores the
problems of an estimated 32,000 toxic chemical disposal
areas in the United States.  In Niagara Falls, Neu York,
there are other Hooker Chemical Company dump sites as bad
as, if not worse than, Love Canal.  The thriving
clandestine dumping operations in Neu Jersey are revealed.
The State of Louisiana has demonstrated great reluctance to
enforce its chemical waste laws, with resulting permanent
environmental damage.  Hooker Chemical was also illegally
dumping chemicals in Montague, Michigan for years before a
former employee bleu the whistle on them..  In most cases.
States have lacked resources to enforce their laus.
NOTESs  Audio on channel 2 only; copyrighted; related tapes
489, 498.

Dingle John D;      Rogers Paul G;  	
  Clean Air Act Amendments of 1977 HR 6161
    52 min: 3/4 C- May 3,  1979
Clean Air Act Amendment of 1977
 ABSTRACT:  This PBS special documents the US House of
Representatives proceedings to amend the  1970 Clean Air
Act.  The debate centers around representatives John D.
Dingle of Michigan and Paul G. Rogers of Florida. Mr.
Rogers, who sponsored the original legislation, wants to
maintain high standards.  Mr. Dingle wants to modify and
delay standards to keep the auto industry going.
Strategies, procedures, meetings, and testimony are shoun
from subcommittees, committees, and the entire House of
Representatives.  The final law was forged by compromise
between a House and Senate joint committee.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

Blum Barbara;
  CBS News Toxic Waste Sites
    4 min: 3/4 c: May 4,  1979
Hazardous uastes
ABSTRACT:  CBS News reports that environmental groups have
accused EPA of inadequately regulating toxic substances.
The Agency had not come forth with regulations supporting
the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act 2 years after it
was passed.  Michigan's Attorney General  says that EPA
efforts have been more of a hinderance than a help in
dealing with problems in his State, and that EPA has used
the President's mandate to fight inflation as an excuse not
to enforce the law.  EPA Deputy Administrator Barbara Blum
acknowledges that EPA has not done the best job it could
have on environmental problems.
NOTES'-  Audio on channel 2 only.

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000472
000473
Costle Douglas;     Blum Barbara;
  Off Air News Transfers Jan 19-Mar 19 1979
    21 min: 3/4 C:  1979
2,4,5-T: Asbestos •  Mercury poisoning
ABSTRACT1  These off-air news transfers include (1) ABC
Evening News,  Jan 26,  on lower air quality standards and
nuclear power plant safety.  (2) CBS Evening News, Feb 16,
on mercury poisoning in Woodbridge, New Jersey.   (3) CBS
Evening News,  Mar 1, on the ban of herbicide 2,4,5-T.  (4)
EPa Deputy Administrator Barbara Blum appears on  Good
Morning America, Mar 2, to discuss the 2,4,5-T ban.  (5)
NBC Evening News, Mar 16, on EPA's asbestos warning with
footage from a press conference with EPA Administrator
Douglas Costle.
NOTESi  Audio on channel 2 only.

Costle Douglas;
  Off Air News Transfers Mar 19-Apr 19 1979
    28 min: 3/1+ c:  1979
Asbestos: Three Mile Island-2 Reactor
ABSTRACT:  The following off-air news transfers are
included on this tape: (i) Good Morning America,  Mar 19,
with EPA Administrator Douglas Costle discussing  asbestos
in schools.  (2) ABC Evening News, Apr 4, on the  incident
at Three Mile Island.   (3) ABC Evening News, Apr  5, on who
should pay for the Three Mile Island accident and on the
development of coal resources.  (4) NBC Evening News, .Apr
6, is also on clean-up efforts at the Three Mile  Island
reactor.  The current status of nuclear plants in Japan,
France, and Pakistan is discussed.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

  Off Air News Transfers Apr 19 1979
    22 min: 3/4 C:  1979
Three Mile Island-2 Reactor
ABSTRACT:  The following off-air transfers are included on
this  tape:  (1) ABC Evening News, Apr 23, covers  hearings
where Pennsylvania's governor discusses his decision not to
evacuate residents in the Three Mile Island area. (2) ABC
Twenty/Twenty, Apr 24, where parallels are drawn  between
the movie China Syndrome and the incident at Three Mile
Island.  ABC News also explores radioactive leaks from the
weapons plant near Rocky Flats, Colorado that have occurred
for over 20 years and the effects on local residents.  (3)
ABC Evening News, Apr 25, is on the safety of Babcock and
Uilcox reactors.  (5) ABC Evening News, Apr 26, covers the
first day of the President's Commission to Study  the Three
Mile  Island Incident.
NOTES:   Audio on channel 2 only.

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000475
000476
Blum Barbara;
  Off Air News Transfers May 19 1979
    11 min: 3/4 C'  1979
Three Mile Island-2 Reactor: Oceans
ABSTRACT:  The first segment is the same as tape no. 000470
(CBS News' Toxic Waste Sites).   The second feature from CBS
Evening Metis, May 7, is about the demonstration in
Washington, D.C. against nuclear power; congressmen
visiting the Three Mile Island power plant; and
transportation of nuclear materials.  CBS Evening News, May
10, presents a segment on wave power as a source of energy.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

  CBS News Economy Car Fails EPA Inspection
    2 min: 3/4 C: Jul 27, 1979
Automobile engines
ABSTRACT:  An Orlando man designed a
turbo-charged, 4-cylinder diesel engine which he claimed
would get  100 miles per gallon (mpg).  EPA found mileage to
be closer to 50 mpg and that it failed two pollution tests.
 After modifications, the engine could be certified for
sale.  The designer expresses his doubts on the validity of
the tests.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only; no duplication.

Albert Eddie;       US Dept of Energy;
  Solar Energy The Great Adventure
    27 min: 3/4 C: Sep 1979
Solar energy
ABSTRACT:  President Carter has urged the development of an
overall national strategy to speed the use of solar energy.
In this series of interviews hosted by Eddie Albert, people
describe their solar energy projects and the application of
solar power.  These projects include an apartment complex
heated by solar energy, solar and wind power on boats;
projects on the lower east side of New York; the New Life
Farm in Missouri; waste conversion in Eugene, Oregon; and
solar skylight water heaters on low income housing in San
Bernardino, California.  As these technologies are
developed further, solar energy may become a viable source
of energy.
NOTES:  Audio on channels 1 and 2.

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000478
000479
Oliphant Pat;
  Choice Stakes
    10 min: 3/4 C:  1975
Environment effects
ABSTRACT^  This animated story by Pat Oliphant deals with
one problem, stated in four different ways, using two main
animation .characters.   The message is that man's desire for
a richer, fuller material life inevitably affects the
environment and that man must learn to recognize what his
decisions will cost him.  The tape has been produced
without dialogue with a rich music and sound effects track.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only; film transfer.

Blum Barbara;
  Panorama with Barbara Blum
    16 mins 3/4 C: Aug 1979
Air pollution: Energy policy
ABSTRACT'  Barbara Blum, EPA Deputy Administrator,
discusses several topics related to the environment
including cancellation of the President's energy speech,
the contention between Barbara Blum and Secretary of Energy
James Schlesinger, energy and environment, inflation, clean
air standards; air pollution in Japan, and a comparison of
the United States with other countries.
NOTES'-  Audio on channel 1 only.

Johnson Edwin;
  Politics of Poison
    55 min: s/it c: Apr 25, 1979
2,4,5-T'- Pesticides
ABSTRACT:  The Politics of Poison is a documentary on
health and how it is threatened by phenoxy herbicides which
contain dioxin.  These herbicides, developed as instruments
of chemical warfare in World Mar II, cause cancer,
miscarriages, birth defects, and deficiencies in the immune
system in laboratory animals.  Case after case is shown of
the same reactions in humans after 2,4,5-T was sprayed in
the areas where they live.  Edwin Johnson, EPA Deputy
Assistant Administrator for Pesticide Programs, states that
after 8 years, EPA has no evidence of substantial hazardous
effects of the herbicides.
NOTES2  Audio on channel 2 only; no duplication.

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OOOH81
000482
000483
Gage Steven;
Canadian Broadcasting Corporation;
  Fifth Estate Reports on Acid Rain
    14 min: 3/4 G: Nov 1979
Acid rain
ABSTRACT:  -The CBS program Fifth Estate reports on the
problems of acid rain in Canada and in Scandinavia.  Sport
fishing, a large industry in Canada/ is in trouble.
Several salmon rivers are either dead or dying from the
acid.   Maple trees and other forest trees are also
threatened which creates problems for the timber industry
which is Canada's largest single industry.  Half the
pollution allegedly comes from the United States and both
sides want a treaty.  Steven Gage, EPA Assistant
Administrator for Research and Development, discusses the
United State's role in controlling acid rain.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 1 only.

  ABC Closeup Asbestos The Way to Dusty Death
    53 min: 3/4 C- Dec 1979
Asbestos: Occupational health and safety
ABSTRACT:  Asbestos is the worst industrial killer of all
time.  This program portrays the lives of asbestos victims
and describes how death could have been prevented.
Following the program are two Today Show segments on worker
exposure to asbestos.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

  EPA TV Spots
    46 min: 3/4 C:
Environmental protection
ABSTRACT:  This tape contains 52 EPA public service
announcements (all one minute or less in length) on:  air;
water; noise; hazardous waste; solid waste;
inspection/maintenance programs; the President's
Environmental Youth Awards; automobile mileage; pesticides;
ocean dumping; and automobile use.
NOTESv  Audio on channel 2 only; film transfer.

  ABC News Memphis Chemical Contamination
    3 min: 3/4 C: Mar 19, 1980
Hazardous wastes
ABSTRACT:  Frayser, Tennessee, near Memphis, has been
affected by untraceable pollution.  Symptoms in 14 homes
include cancer, hysterectomies, respiratory problems,
tumors, miscarriages, birth defects, and skin rashes.  EPA
found no conclusive evidence while soil testing.  The
neighborhood was built on a former landfill near six
chemical plants.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

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000485
000486
Blum Barbara;
  Off Air News Transfers Dec 1979
    11 min: 3/4 C'•  Dec 1979
Love Canal: Hazardous wastes
ABSTRACT:  The Today Show, Dec 21, presents a segment on
the $124 million lawsuit by EPA against Hooker Chemical
Company to pay for the clean up of four dump sites in
Niagara Falls, New York.  EPA Deputy Administrator Barbara
Blum discusses the lawsuit and the Resource Conservation
and Recovery Act.  ABC world News Tonight, Dec 20, and ABC
Nightly News, Dec 21, report on the lawsuit against Hooker.
 Another Today Show segment follows which describes the
lawsuit against both Hooker and Olin Corporation to clean
up the four dump sites and to fund medical studies of the
families who lived there.  Ms. Blum also appears as a guest
on Panorama where she discusses actions that an individual
citizen can take against hazardous wastes, EPA's
identification of dump sites, and Love Canal.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

DeKany John;
  Panorama with John DeKany
    20 rain: 3/4 C: Mar 19, 1979
Asbestos
ABSTRACT:  EPA Deputy Administrator for Chemical Control,
John DeKany is interviewed about asbestos and EPA's
asbestos alert.  It is estimated that  10,000 out of 90,000
schools built between 1945 and 1973 have asbestos in the
ceilings.  Mr. DeKany describes how asbestos may be
identified and gives corrective measures.  The discussion
reveals that hazards of asbestos were  only discovered in
the early  1970's.  Mr. DeKany explains why EPA has issued
guidelines rather than regulations on  the use of asbestos.
NOTES:  Audio on channels  1 and 2.

Costle Douglas;
  Good Horning America with Douglas Costle
    6 min: 3/4 C: Feb 22,  1980
Diesel engine exhaust
ABSTRACT:  EPA Administrator Douglas Costle discusses EPA
diesel emission standards  on Good Morning America.  He
discusses  the health risks of diesel emissions, what auto
makers must do, what the costs will be and whether the
standards  will actually work.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

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000188
000189
Cavett Dick;
  Great Container War
    58 min: 3/1 C' Nov 1979
Glass recycling: Metal recycling: Recycling
ABSTRACT:  Dick Cavett narrates this PBS documentary on the
debate over throuauay cans and bottles vs. returnables and
deposits.  It covers the efforts by various States to
establish can and bottle recycling programs.  Much footage
is devoted to showing the manufacture of bottles and cans.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

  ABC Closeu'p The Uranium Factor
    50 min: 3/1* c: Apr 23, 1980
Uranium
ABSTRACT:  In the Western United States, particularly Neu
Mexico, men uho mined uranium are dying from radiation
poisoning.  An epidemic of cancer and other diseases has
resulted.  The documentary shows hou Government and
industry failed to protect the workers, hou State and
Federal agencies failed to regulate industry, the
tradeoffs; and long term dangers.  It also reports on hou
the largest radioactive uaste spill ever recorded could
have been prevented.
NOTES:  Audio on channels 1 and 2; copyrighted.

Costle Douglas;     McCabe Michael;     Blum Barbara;
  Off Air News Transfers Apr 1980
    20 min: 3/1 G: Apr 1980
Earth Day 80: Hazardous wastes
ABSTRACT:  EPA Administrator Douglas Costle and Michael
McCabe discuss Earth Day '80 on Good Morning America.  Mr.
McCabe states that the greatest accomplishment of Earth Day
is public awareness and public support.  Mr. Costle warns
that industry is now becoming aggressive against
environmentally protective legislation.  On Panorama, Apr
21, EPA Deputy Administrator Barbara Blum and Michael
McCabe discuss how much the environment has improved in the
past  10 years.  Major problems of the future will probably
include energy choices and acid rain.  ABC Evening News,
Apr 22, reports on Earth Day '80 activities; a fire at an
illegal chemical dump site in Elizabeth, New Jersey
(featured in The Killing Ground; tape no. 000168); a fire
in a fertilizer plant in Idaho; leaking chemicals from a
missile silo in Kansas; and forest fires in Minnesota and
Wisconsin.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only; related tapes:  000168 and
000198.

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000491
000492
Keshkesh Steffan;
  Nova A Mediterranean Prospect
    53 min: 3/4 C= Feb 1980
International agreements•  Water quality: Mediterranean Sea
ABSTRACT:  The Mediterranean Sea has become one of the
biggest open sewers in the world.  Eighty percent of the
sewage that reaches it is only partially treated or not
treated at all.  This documentary describes how Dr. Steffan
Keshkesh recognized the increasing problem of pollution in
the sea and developed a treaty among 18 countries to
rectify the situation.  Examples of the  water quality
problems and their solutions are shown in Yugoslavia,
Athens, Turkey, Egypt, Algeria and France.  The treaty
requires that each country accept responsibility for
 Eollution damage to another country.  It was scheduled to
 e signed in August 1980.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 1 only.

  ABC News Acid Rain Poison from the Sky
    9 min: 3/4 C: Jun 19-20, 1983
Acid rain
ABSTRACT:  ABC News featured a two part report on acid
rain.  Acid rain is created as tons of man-made pollutants
react with moisture in the air and fall to the earth as
acid.  The primary source of the pollutant is coal-fired
power plants.  In the second part of the report, the
effects of acid rain on fish and wildlife are shown.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

Jordan William;     Compton Sarah;
Office of Water Enforcement;
  Interview with Sarah Compton and William Jordan
     12 min: 3/4 C: Jun 24,  1980
National pollutant discharge elimination system: Water
pollution control
ABSTRACT:  Sarah Compton, Deputy Assistant Administrator
for Water Enforcement, and William Jordan, Chief of the
Industrial Permits Branch, talk  about the treatability
manual which they have prepared  for assistance in
controlling toxic pollutants.  Following the philosophy of
the Clean Water Act to control water pollution at its
source,  a new phase of national  pollutant discharge
elimination system (NDPES) permit issuances has begun that
is concerned with limiting toxic organic chemicals which
are more complex and more difficult to control.  Monsanto
Corporation gathered the information from many EPA offices
for the  manual.  William Jordan  describes ongoing
activities at EPA headquarters regarding the manual, NDPES
permit activities and the development of effluent
guidelines.
NOTES:   Audio on channel 2 only.

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000494
000495
Costle Douglas;
  Meet the Press with Douglas Costle
    27 min: 3/4 C: Jul 6, 1980
Environmental protection
ABSTRACT:  EPA Administrator Douglas Costle appears as a
guest on Meet the Press. He answers questions regarding the
Supreme Court decision on an Occupational Safety and Health
Administration case concerning risk assessment;
environmentalists'-support of President Carter; predictions
of Ronald Reagan's environmental policies; Love Canal; and
toxic chemicals.  Mr. Costle also responds to a statement
by William D. Ruckelshaus on environmental problems and the
cost of clean-up.  Other topics include health research and
toxic chemicals; industry's pressure to weaken the Clean
Air Act and the Clean Water Act; rising cancer rates linked
to toxic chemical exposure; and the effects of automobile
regulations on the industry.  Mr. Costle says that the
legacy of the chemical revolution will be the greatest
environmental problem of the future.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only; not for broadcast or
commercial use.

Downend Sondra;
  NBC Today Show Carter Campaign Commercial
    4 min: 3/4 c: Sep 10, 1980
Coal
ABSTRACT:  This is a Today Show segment on Sondra Downend
who appeared on a Jimmy Carter campaign commercial.  In a
town meeting, she asks President Carter why EPA will not
allow utilities to burn high sulfur coal.  President Carter
in turn invites her to Washington.  Ms. Downend expresses
bitterness toward the answers she received in Washington.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

  Lou Grant and Toxic Wastes
    57 min: 3/4 C: Nov 24, 1980
Hazardous wastes
ABSTRACT:  Lou Grant's newspaper discovers a small town in
which toxic substances and chemicals are being illegally
dumped.  The story starts when a resident discovers a large
growth in his backyard and Billie is sent to investigate.
Billie finds more mysterious things such as foul smelling
air, ponds which ignite when lit, and one resident who has
a black substance growing in his basement.  Tests reveal
the presence of C-84.  The toxic substances are traced to a
chemical plant  100 miles away.
NOTES-'  Audio on channel 2 only; not for broadcase or
commercial use.

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000497
000498
  Nova The Insect Alternative
    58 min: 3/4 C:  1978
Insecticides:  Insect controls Biological insect control
ABSTRACT:  This Nova documentary examines consequences of
and alternatives to pesticide use.  It emphasises hou
pesticides are often misused and cause economic and social
devastation.  The history of boll weevil control is
outlined from cultivation practices to use of DDT and
organophosphates.  Nova features ways to maintain effective
insect control by using biological and natural means.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

Ulene Art;
  NBC Today Show An EARreplaceable Problem
    9 min: 3/4 C:  1980
Noise reduction: Noise levels
ABSTRACT:  The NBC Today Show, Nov 17, features a segment
on hearing loss from noise exposure.  Art Ulene describes
hou hearing loss can occur and how a person can protect
him/herself.  A second Today Show program, Jun 4, describes
local noise ordinances enacted in Bloomington, Minnesota.
Violators are given citations and can receive maximum fines
up to $500.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

  ABC Closeup The Killing Ground An Update
    51 min: 3/4 C: Aug 21, 1980
Hazardous wastes: Love Canal
ABSTRACT:  ABC rebroadcasts most of the original "The
Killing Ground" with updates at the end of each segment.
At the time of the original broadcast, chemical dumps were
thought to be an isolated problem, but now it is known to
be a more widespread problem.  One related issue is who
will pay for the clean-up.  In many of the situations
originally reported, conditions have worsened.  In Niagara
Falls, chemicals have entered the city's water pipes and
one-third of the Love Canal residents have chromosomal
damage.  In New Jersey only 23 out of 233 known sites are
being cleaned up due to lack of funds.  Chemical
contamination of wells continues.  The cattle farmer in
Louisiana has lost more land to contamination.  However, in
Michigan, the State forced Hooker Chemical Company to pay
for clean-up at White Lake.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.  Related tapes nos. 000468
and 000489; not for broadcast or commercial use.

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000500
000501
Train Russell;
Office of Public Awareness;
  Voices
    28 min: 3/4 C:  1974
Citizen participation
ABSTRACT'-  This is a film transfer on citizens asserting
their right to life on a clean earth.  It covers citizens
groups in Chicago opposing the cross-town freeway; Don
McClain speaking out on the plight of Hudson Bay; citizens
in Cleveland demanding the right to participate in the
decision making process of a proposed jetport; activists in
Pattonsburg, Missouri protesting the building of a dam on
the Grand River; and a. coalition of citizen groups in
Pittsburgh getting the facts on smog and pollution.
Russell Train, EPA Administrator, attributes all
environmental gains to citizen participation and commitment.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only; film transfer.

Kenny Luella;
  US Chronicle A Love Canal Family
    29 min: 3/4 c: Jul 24, 1980
Love Canal: Toxic diseases
ABSTRACT:  US Chronicle tells the story of one Love Canal
family through the eyes of Luella Kenny.  Mrs. Kenny lost
her seven year old son from complications of kidney
disease.  Medical specialists suspected that his death was
caused by chemical poisoning.  The stream behind the  .
Kenny's house was contaminated by a sewer drain from Love
Canal.  High levels of dioxin were found in the stream.
Mrs. Kenny experienced insensitivity from officials at
every level of bureaucracy in her quest for answers and
solutions.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

  Nova The Mater Crisis
    60 min: 3/4 C: Nov 25, 1980
Irrigation: Drinking water: Water pollution
ABSTRACT:  The Water Crisis examines solutions to complex
water problems such as chemical contamination 9f America's
surface and ground water, low water tables, acidic lakes
and rivers, and old, leaking water pipes.  The worst
effects of acid rain are felt in the Northeast because of
the hard rock geology and prevailing wind patterns.  The
only real long term solution is the addition of scrubbers
to old stacks or the burning of high sulfur or washed coal.
 Irrigation in southern California has depleted water
tables and compacted the soil as much as 30 feet.  Water
problems and their solutions in Boston, New Bedford and New
Orleans are also described.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only; not for broadcast or
commercial use.

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000502
Stafford Robert;
Roland Robert;
000503
000504
Florio James;
Lennett David;
  MacNeil Lehrer Report Superfund
    28 min: 3/4 C' Oct 1, 1980
Superfund
ABSTRACT:  This edition of the MacNeil/Lehrer Report
focuses on delays in Superfund legislation.  House
Representative James Florio, New Jersey, describes
differences between the $2 billion House bill and the $4
billion Senate bill.  The major differences are that the
House version is the minimum that is necessary and the
Senate version allows victims to claim damages.  Senator
Robert Stafford, Vermont, describes the Senate bill in
detail and gives his perception of the reason for the
delay.  Robert Roland/ Chemical Manufacturers Association,
thinks that the Senate bill is too costly and over
compensates on liability.  He also states that the entire
problem has been exaggerated.  David Lennett, Environmental
Defense Fund, counters that the problem has not been
exaggerated and outlines why the legislation is necessary.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

  Sixty Minutes Mater Mater Everywhere
    14 min: 3/4 C'- Mar 15, 1981
Aquifers: Ground water: Ground water movement
ABSTRACT:  The Sixty Minutes team investigates
contamination of ground water in the United States. One
hundred million Americans rely on groundwater for drinking
water.  The groundwater has been regularly and
systematically poisoned with chemicals such as
trichloromethane and tetrachloroethlene.  A million gallons
of toxic industrial wastes dumped into a field 10 years ago
are now seeping into the water table that supplies Atlantic
City.  Other hazardous situations are examined in
California and Fl9rida.  Aquifers, once polluted, take from
decades to centuries to purify themselves again.  The cost
of cleaning up these pollutants is great, so alternative
measures are usually taken.  Sixty Minutes asks how many
alternatives can be used before there are no more
alternatives.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only; not for broadcast use.
Duplication prohibited without written permission.

  NBC News Fire at Elizabeth New Jersey
    2 min: 3/4 G: Apr  1980
Hazardous wastes
ABSTRACT:  This NBC News report covers a fire at a
hazardous waste dump in Elizabeth, New Jersey.  With only a
dozen inspectors, EPA  is relying on voluntary compliance in
providing much needed  control of such sites.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

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000505
000506
000507
  Sixty Minutes Hollywood on the Potomac
    15 rain: 3/1 C: Apr 26, 1981
Audio visual production
ABSTRACT:  Sixty Minutes examines the Federal Government's
audio-visual empire.  President Reagan has tried to put a
ha-lt to all audio-visual production and require all
departments to justify their expenditures in this area to
the Office of Management and Budget.  Excerpts of films are
shown from the Navy, HEW, Army, Department of Agriculture,
and Veterans Administration.  Sixty Minutes charges that
the taxpayers may be supporting films that are unnecessary.
They also point out the lack of a central clearinghouse for
control and distribution of Government films.
 NOTES: Audio on channel 2 only.

  ABC News Love Canal
    3 1/2 min: 3/1 C: May 19, 1980
Love Canal
ABSTRACT:  ABC News reports that the-Treinaining homeowners
at Love Canal have demanded that the Federal Government act
immediately to evacuate them from the area.  Medical tests
have revealed chromosome damage in a high percentage of
residents.  The evacuation could involve 710 additional
homes.  An EPA researcher uarns of the dangers still in the
area and recommends residents leave at their own expense if
necessary.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

Sandonato Sandra;   Sandonato Ray;      Paigen Beverly;
  Good Morning America Love Canal
    12 min: 3/1* c: May 20, 1980
Love Canal
ABSTRACT:  Good Morning America reports that Love Canal
Homeowners Association released two Federal officials after
retaining them for several hours.  This action demonstrated
the desire of residents to evacuate the area.  Sandra
Sandonato, Ray Sandonato, and Beverly Paigen appear as
guests on Good Morning America.  Mrs. Sandonato was one of
the residents found to have chromosome damage.  Some of the
health problems within her family include cysts, migrains,
asthma, bladder infections, female problems, birth defects,
respiratory infections, eczema, and jaundice.  Dr. Paigen
says that chromosome damage can cause miscarriage, birth
defects, and cancer.  Two other news reports follow the
interview regarding the two officials who were detained.
NOTES5  Audio on channel 2 only.

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000508
000509
000510
Blum Barbara;
  Off Air News Transfers May 21-22 1980
    21 min: 3/4 C' May 21-22, 1980
Love Canal
ABSTRACT^  These are six off-air transfers from ABC, NBC,
and CBS evening news on May 21, and ABC, NBC, and CBS
morning news on May 22, on Love Canal.  They all report on
the President's declared state of emergency in Love Canal.
EPA Deputy Administrator Barbara Blum then announces the
temporary relocation of more than 700 families while
further health tests are conducted.  Each of the reports
focuses on a single family situation—what has happened to
that family, and their future.  Most of the families want
permanent relocation.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

Williams Marcia;
  Captan Treated Food
    4 mins 3/4 C: Jun 3, 1981
Captan
ABSTRACT^  This is a news report on the safety of Captan.
The Canadian Government may ban its use because it can
cause cancer and birth defects.  Almost all fruits and
vegetables are sprayed with Captan both before and after
harvest.  Marcia Williams, EPA Director of the Special
Pesticides Review Division, says that EPA is weighing the
risks against benefits of the pesticide.  It is a rapidly
deteriorating and biodegradable substance.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

Johnson Edwin;
  Medfly Quarantine Scare
    9 min-. 3/4 C: Jul 10, 1981
Malathion: Mediterranean fruit fly
ABSTRACT:  WJLA presents a news report on the Mediterranean
fruit fly  (Medfly) and a possible quarantine of California
produce.   The threatened action has been made in order to
force immediate aerial spraying of California.  Edwin
Johnson claims that Malathion is one of the safest
pesticides in use today. He is questioned about
psychoneurologic effects caused by Malathion such as
tremors, epileptic seizures, nervousness, hallucinations,
and spasms.  Governor Brown fears Malathion spraying could
be harmful to California residents.
NOTES: Audio on channel 2 only.

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000511
000512
000513
  Universe Recycling Household Water
    7 min: 3/4 C- Aug 11, 1981
Waste water reuse
ABSTRACT:  This segment from Universe describes a
computer-controlled, closed water system.  This system
reuses household water and can be a solution for areas of
scarce water, contaminated water, or sewage disposal
problems.  The key item of the $15,000 system is a computer
for monitoring all aspects of its operation.  Treatment of
water by the system was approved by the Colorado State
Board of Health.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only; not for broadcast or
commercial use.

Strelow Roger;      Hawkins David G;
  MacNeil Lehrer Report The Clean Air Act
    29 min: 3/4 c: Aug 7, 1981
Clean Air Act
ABSTRACT:  The Reagan Administration wants to loosen air
pollution standards.  This would mean a real health risk,
rollback of auto emission standards, and easing of
enforcement, deadlines, and acid rain controls.  David
Hawkins, Natural Resources Defense Council, and Roger
Strelow, attorney, both former EPA officials, discuss the
potential changes. Mr. Hawkins says the act would become
guidelines for dirty air. Although industry claims clean
air standards are counterproductive, the costs to society
would be much higher if the standards were not there.  Mr.
Strelow states that the Clean Air Act can be made more
efficient and streamlined, and that it is currently a mass
of procedural complexities.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

  Trouble Shooter Pollution in Tulsa
    14 mins 3/1* c:
Air pollution: Automobile exhaust
ABSTRACT:  Tulsa, pklahoma's air is one of the dirtiest in
the southwest.  This five part series by KJRH-TV examines
the problems and sources of air pollution, particularly
tampering with or disconnecting auto emission control
systems.  Consumers and auto mechanics are asked why and
hou they tamper with their emission control systems. Public
agency officials, legislators, and doctors discuss the
effects of this problem in terms of rising pollution
levels, enforcement, health problems, and more
regulation/legislation.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

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000514              Johnson Edwin;
                      ABC and NBC Evening News Pesticides
                        3 1/2 min: 3/4 C: Sep 16, 1981
                    Endrin: Waterfowl
                    ABSTRACT:  Both ABC and NBC evening news carried reports on
                    high levels of Endzin in wild waterfowl.  Endrin uas
                    misapplied in wheat fields in Montana and possibly other
                    States and may have accumulated to unsafe levels in wild
                    ducks.  Endrin has been banned in the eastern half of the
                    United States, but it is still in use in the west.  It can
                    cause brain damage, birth defects, and even death.  Hunting
                    season may be cancelled.  Edwin Johnson recommends that
                    people not eat the contaminated ducks.
                    NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

000515                PM Magazine Invisible Rays
                        15 min: 3/4 G: Sep 29-30, 1981
                    Radiation hazards
                    ABSTRACT:  Radiation is all around us in small doses.  It
                    comes from the sun, cigarette smoke, color televisions,
                    microwave ovens, dental and medical x-rays, tinted glass,
                    computer screens, and nuclear power plants.  This two part
                    series on PM Magazine examines radiation in our lives.
                    Soldiers who witnessed atomic testing in the 1950's and
                    60's have now developed a number of health problems.  The
                    Calyert Cliffs nuclear power plant regularly releases
                    radiation into the air and into the water of the Chesapeake
                    Bay.  The second part of the program deals with what some
                    people plan to do in case of a nuclear explosion; some have
                    built their own survivalist homes.
                    NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

000516                Nova Why America Burns
                        61 min: 3/4 C: Oct 4, 1981
                    Fire
                    ABSTRACT'  Nova examines fires in America—how fires burn,
                    how fires can be ignited, and why fire codes are not
                    protecting lives and property. In Zurich, Switzerland,
                    where the code is one-tenth The size of the American code,
                    the number of fires is also one-tenth the rate of American
                    fires.  Questions arise as to who is responsible, why
                    nothing has been done, and what can or should be done.  New
                    codes are needed that are based on the science of fire and
                    new technologies.  Building materials and furnishings are
                    discussed in terms of how they burn, and how much toxic
                    fumes, heat, and smoke is produced.  These factors
                    significantly affect the number of fire related deaths in
                    this country.
                    NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only; not for broadcast or
                    commerical use.

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000517
000518
  Sixty Minutes Don't Go Near the Water
    17 min: 3/4 C: Oct 11, 1981
Water pollution: Hazardous wastes: Niagara River
ABSTRACT:  Sixty Minutes examines what chemical industries
have been doing to the Niagara River with Government
acquiescence.  Under provisions of the Clean Water Act of
1972, the Niagara River was to be cleaned up.  However,
dozens to hundreds of toxic chemicals are still being
directly discharged into the Niagara because it would be
inconvenient for the governments and industries to clean it
up.  Dumping toxic wastes into the river has become a very
common disposal method.  Permits issued by EPA do not
control discharges of toxic chemicals into the river.
These chemicals consequently accumulate in the sediments,
and in fish and people for whom the Niagara is a source of
drinking water.  Chemical industries are discharging 94,000
pounds of 39 priority pollutants, such as vinyl chloride
and benzene, directly into the river each year.  The
industries have influenced legislation and Government
officials to continue this practice.  Iiv-addition, the
Niagara Falls wastewater treatment plant is inadequately
treating sewage released to it from the chemical companies.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only; not for broadcast or
commerical use.

Gorsuch Anne M (see also Burford Anne M);
  Off Air News Transfers Oct 19 1981
    38 min: 3/4 C: Oct 1981
EPA budget: Environmental Protection Agency: Acid rain
ABSTRACT:  EPA Administratior Anne Gorsuch appears as a
guest on the MacNeil-Lehrer Report on Oct. 14.  She
discusses regulatory reform, reductions in work force, the
size of EPA, the budget process, and the Agency's action on
the Clean Air Act and the Superfund.  She is questioned
about the effects of changes she has made on the Agency.
NBC Evening News reports, Oct 15, on the Congressional
hearings with Anne Gorsuch regarding the EPA 1983 draft
budget which contains drastic cuts in most programs.  CBS
News reports on the same hearing, but provides additional
background information.  A report follows on the continuing
problem of acid rain in Canada.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only; not for broadcast or
commercial use.

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000519              Gorsuch Anne II (see also Burford Anne M);
                      Lawmakers uith Anne Gorsuch
                        11 min: 3/U C: Noy 5, 1981
                    Environmental Protection Agency
                    ABSTRACT:  PBS reports that some Congressmen believe that
                    EPA Administrator Anne Gorsuch is trying to scale back and
                    possibly dismantle the Environmental Protection Agency.
                    Ms. Gorsuch's reply to this charge is that the Agency can
                    function just as well with fewer resources.  The report
                    suggests she is not providing Congress with information
                    that it wants and is stonewalling when questioned.  It is
                    feared that she may be subverting programs mandated by
                    earlier Congresses.  Her resignation is discussed in
                    excerpts from a Congressional hearing.  According to this
                    report it is possible that Ms. Gorsuch and the
                    administration are under estimating the public's desire for
                    a cleaner environment.
                    NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only; not for broadcast use.

000520              Peterson Gordon;
                      DDT Contamination of Triana Alabama
                        15 min: 3/4 C- Oct 29-30, Nov 2, 1981
                    DDT
                    ABSTRACT:  WDVM-TV produced a three part special on DDT
                    contamination in Triana, Alabama with Gordon Peterson.
                    Triana, a small rural town with predominantly black
                    residents, is located near an old chemical plant run by the
                    Olin Corporation on a military base.  The chemical company
                    dumped 837 tons of DDT into the river.  Highly contaminated
                    fish from the river have been the main source of protein
                    for the town. Residents have record high levels of the
                    pesticide in their bodies.  The mayor of the town is having
                    trouble getting any kind of Federal assistance for the
                    problem.  State health officials refuse to ban fishing in
                    the contaminated water.  The town may not be eligible for
                    Superfund cleanup because the contamination is on Federal
                    property.
                    NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only; not for broadcast use.

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000521
000522
000523
Longest Henry L;    Savage Robbi;       Banks James;
  MacNeil Lehrer Report Paying for Clean Water
    29 rains 3/4 C: Nov 13, 1981
Mater pollution control
ABSTRACT:  President Reagan wants to change funding
requirements in the Clean Water Act and discontinue funds
for construction of waste water treatment facilities based
on municipal growth.  Henry L. Longest, EPA Director of the
Office of Water Programs; Robbi Savage, Executive Director
of the Association of State and Interstate Water Control
Administration; and James Banks, attorney with the Natural
Res9urces Defense Council, discuss the issues from each of
their own perspectives.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only; not for broadcast use; 2
copies.

  CBS News The Earth Revisited
    30 min: 3/1 C: Jan 2-5,23, 1979
Energy conservation: Air pollution: Snail darter
ABSTRACT:  CBS Evening News features a series called The
Earth Revisited.  The series includes population control in
Singapore (Jan 2, 5:30); energy conservation in Sweden (Jan
3, 5:00); air pollution in Athens, Greece (Jan 4, 5:30);
nuclear proliferation (Jan 5, 5:00); and growth of the
environmental movement in the past 10 years (Jan 23, 6:50).
 The snail darter in Tennessee is the subject of a short
feature at the end of this tape.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

Crampton Lewis;     Drayton William;
  Panorama Cutbacks at EPA
    14 min-- 3/4 G: Noy 20, 1981
Environmental Protection Agency
ABSTRACT:  Lewis Crampton, EPA Director of Office
Management Systems and William Drayton, former EPA
Assistant Administrator for Planning and Management,
discuss the effects of budget cuts at EPA.  Mr. Drayton is
concerned that all of the proposed cuts add up to over 50
percent at the same time that the Agency workload doubles.
He says half the Agency cannot do twice the job.  Mr.
Crampton counters that with better management, more
specific targets, shared enforcement with the States, and
regulatory reform, the Agency can still be effective with
reduced staff and funding.  They discuss programs that are
being cut.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

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000524
000525
000526
Neary George;
  Sixty Minutes Who Killed Mr. Neary's Cows
    17 min: 3/4 C: Nov 22, 1981
Toxaphene
ABSTRACT-  George Neary, a cattle rancher in Cheeko,
California, returned from a business trip to find State and
Federal officials spraying his cattle with toxaphene.
Sixty Minutes reports on the effects of the spraying on Mr.
Neary and his cattle, and the responses he received from
State and Federal officials.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only; not for broadcast use.

  Calendar Mass Bay in Hot Water
    15 min: 3/4 G: Dec 1, 1981
Radioactive waste disposal: Radioactive contaminants
ABSTRACT:  WCUB-TV in Boston, Massachusetts, studies the
health threat caused by radioactive waste dumped off the
coast of Boston.  Massachusetts Bay is one of the most
actively fished areas in the world and fish from the bay
may contain radioactivity.  It is estimated that 25 percent
of the 50,000 barrels dumped in the bay have leaked.  EPA
has begun monitoring the radioactive levels and test
results show the area to be safe.  Other researchers have
found different results with bay fish containing as much as
5,000 times normal levels of radioactivity.  EPA plans to
approve further dumping of radioactive wastes based on test
results and lack of any other available site.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only; not for broadcast use.

  Twenty Twenty Deadly Chemical Deadly Oil
    15 min: 3/4 C: Dec  17, 1981
Hazardous wastes: Oil wastes: Waste recycling
ABSTRACT:  ABC's 20/20 reports on heating oil being mixed
with  toxic chemicals.  Background is given on how illegal
disposal of toxic chemicals occurs.  One waste oil refinery
is placed under surveillance by 20/20.  Investigations
reveal mixing of recycled oil with toxic chemicals which is
consequently sold and burned in apartment buildings.  State
officials were called and they conducted an unannounced
inspection of the refinery.  Toxic chemicals were found in
all samples taken.  The company was closed and subsequently
declared bankruptcy.
NOTES:   Audio on channel 2 only; not for broadcast use.

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000527
000528
Roisman Anthony;
Sullivan William A;
Hanneman Richard;   Florio James;
Trial Lawyers for Public Justice;
National Solid Waste Management Association;
  MacNeil Lehrer Report Superfund Task Force
    29 min: 3/4 C: Feb 1, 1982
Superfund: Hazardous wastes
ABSTRACT:  EPA will rely on voluntary cooperation with
chemical companies to clean up hazardous wastes.
Environmentalists accuse EPA of not enforcing existing
rules and stalling on the development of new rules.  The
MacNeil/Lehrer Report examines whether EPA is enforcing the
laws it was created to uphold.  Anthony Roisman, Trial
Lawyers for Public Justice, says EPA has begun a letter
writing campaign, but enforcement has virtually ceased.
William A. Sullivan, EPA Enforcement Division, states that
the lack of cases is due to reorganisation and EPA's policy
of negotiating with offenders before taking enforcement
action.  Richard Hanneman, National Solid Waste Management
Association, believes that EPA's current procedure is a
step forward, but evades q-uestioning on the effectiveness
of the approach.  Congressman James Florio from New Jersey
says EPA is not doing its job, and that cleanup work has
not begun on most sites.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only; not for broadcase use.

Gibbs Lois;         Cook Robin;
Citizens Clearinghouse for Hazardous Chemical Dumping;
  Morning Break Love Canal and Hazardous Chemical Dumping
    57min: 3/4 C' Feb 16, 1981
Love Canal: Hazardous wastes
ABSTRACT:  Lois Gibbs, President of the Citizen's
Clearinghouse for Hazardous Waste, appears as a guest on
Morning Break.  She discusses her motivation for getting
involved in neighborhood activist groups at Love Canal.
Ms. Gibbs describes several personal experiences.  An
excerpt from the movie "Lois Gibbs and the Love Canal"
(tape no. 000529) is shown.  Author Robin Cook discusses
his most recent book on a hazardous waste dump.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

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000530
000531
  Lois Gibbs and the Love Canal
    119 min: 3/4 C: Feb 16, 1982
Love Canal
ABSTRACT •'   The docudrama "Lois Gibbs and the Love Canal" is
based on the life of Lois Gibbs and her story of sickness,
death, miscarriage, stillbirths, and emotional suffering
experienced by hundreds of families in the Love Canal area
of Niagara Falls, New York.  These traumas occurred as a
result of  the disposal of chemical wastes in the late
1940's and early 1950's in the Love Canal, on land that was
subsequently sold to the city of Niagara Falls for a school
site.  Motivated by the health problems of her own two
children,  which worsened soon after her son was enrolled in
the school, Ms. Gibbs became a community leader and
spokeswoman for a group of citizens in a fight against city
hall and eventually the White House.  The battle became so
charged with emotion at one point that two EPA officials
are held hostage by the troubled citizens.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.  Two tapes:  tape 1 -60
minutes; tape 2-59 minutes.

  CBS News Liquids in Landfills
    2 min: 3/t* c: Mar 1, 1982
Hazardous  wastes
ABSTRACT:   CBS Evening News reports that the Carter
Administration ban on burial of liquidized chemical waste
was lifted by EPA.  Large corporations have sued EPA on the
grounds that restrictions were unreasonable.  EPA has
suspended  all regulations which prevent chemical companies
from dumping toxic liquids.  The suspension will remain in
effect for a minimum of 90 days, or until new regulations
are developed.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

  Lawmakers Environmental Standards and Toxic Waste
    6 min: 3/4 C:Apr 15, 1982
Environmental legislation: Hazardous wastes
ABSTRACT:   Lawmakers reports skirmishes between the
President and Congress on attempts to rewrite basic
environmental laws.  One controversy involves leaded vs.
unleaded gasoline.  Secret negotiations between the
Environmental Protection Agency and oil companies have
prepared the way to loosen standards for the use of leaded
gas.  Cokie Roberts reports on a toxic waste dump in
Baltimore.  There have been explosions and illnesses around
a landfill containing hazardous wastes.  Local, State, and
Federal officials have different stories about what is or
is not in the landfill and what can be done about it.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only; not for broadcast use.

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000532              Kaufman Hugh;       Gibbs Lois;
                      700 Club Battle of Clinton County Ohio
                        9 1/2 min: 3/4 C: Apr 20,  1982
                    Hazardous wastes
                    ABSTRACT:  The 700 Club reports on a hazardous uaste spill
                    along 175 in Clinton County, Ohio.  The spill was cleaned
                    up wxthout any serious injury.  In Hamilton, Ohio there is
                    a closed hazardous waste site  that is unsecured to the
                    public.  In the same area chemical companies have
                    approached farmers to buy their farm land for a waste site.
                     Farmers are refusing and citizens groups are organizing.
                    Hugh Kaufman, Assistant to the Director of Hazardous Site
                    Control Division, and Lois Gibbs speak about the dangers of
                    a hazardous waste dump.  In a  discussion at the end of the
                    program, the hosts say that ultimate responsibility for the
                    environment lies with each and every person.
                    NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

000533              Kaufman Hugh;
                      Sixty Minutes In Your Own Backyard
                        19 min: 3/4 C: Apr 25, 1982, May 2 1982
                    Hazardous wastes: Sanitary landfills
                    ABSTRACT-'  Sixty Minutes examines the hazards of land
                    disposal facilities in its investigation of the Port
                    Washington Landfill in Nassau  County, New York.  Toxic
                    chemicals, including benzene and toulene, emanate from the
                    landfill and enter into neighborhood homes.  Liquid waste
                    in containers is not allowed in the landfill.  Hugh
                    Kaufman, Assistant to the Director of the Hazardous Site
                    Control Division, examines the site and finds it to be
                    among the worst in the country.  Mr. Kaufman points out
                    that sites are only being cleaned up when the Federal
                    Government takes action.  Correspondence from viewers of
                    the above segment is discussed the following week.
                    NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only; not for broadcast use.

000534              Dingle John D;
                      Lawmakers John Dingle and Clean Air
                        11 1/2 min: 3/4 C: May 6,  1982
                    Clean Air Act
                    ABSTRACT:  The Reagan Administration wants to modify the
                    Clean Air Act to accommodate auto and steel industries.
                    National polls indicated that  the American people support
                    clean air. Lawmakers takes a look at Congressman John
                    Dingle, the Administration's ally for changing the act.
                    Mr. Dingle chairs the committee that oversees clean air.
                    He would like to lower automobile pollution standards.
                    Since Mr. Dingle represents Detroit, he is considered the
                    auto industry's man in Congress.  He and his colleagues are
                    interviewed.
                    NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only; not for broadcast use.

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000535              Leighton Richard;   Crampton Leuis;     Roisman Anthony;
                      NBC Today Show Toxic Waste in Woburn Mass
                        11 1/2 min: 3/4 C: May 17, 1982
                    Hazardous wastes
                    ABSTRACT:  The NBC Today Show examines toxic waste in
                    Woburn, Massachusetts.  One hundred and tweny acres of land
                    are contaminated with toxic chemicals remaining from the
                    Woburn tanning center.  Richard Leighton, EPA, tells
                    residents that there are no hazards to human health from
                    the site.  There have been eight cases of childhood
                    leukemia in an area served by a well contaminated with TCP.
                     Woburn has the highest rate of cancer per capita in the
                    State.  Lewis Crampton and Tony Roisman discuss charges
                    that the Reagan Administration is more interested in
                    relieving the regulatory burden on industry than protecting
                    people against further waste mismanagement.
                    NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only; not for broadcast use.

000536              Gorsuch Anne M (see also Burford Anne M);
                      NBC Today Show Clearing the Air
                        5 min: 3/4 c: May 20, 1982
                    Environmental protection: Environmental Protection Agency
                    ABSTRACT:  Anne M. Gorsuch is interviewed on the NBC Today
                    Show on her first anniversary as EPA Administrator.  She is
                    asked how the Agency can operate on one-third its former
                    staff and budget.  Her reply is that her critics are only
                    concerned with political interests and are avoiding the
                    real issues and concerns of environmental protection.
                    NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only; not for broadcast use.

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000538
Pierson Johnny;
Boiling Richard;
Brown Barbara;
VanderJagt Guy;
Hawkins David G;
Ridings Dorothy;
Nichol Henry G;
US Dept of Education Office of Environmtl Ed;
League of Women Voters;
  Regulators Our Invisible Government
    •59 min: 3/4 C' May 28, 1982
Regulations' Air pollution control
ABSTRACT:  This documentary follows the development of a
regulation from formation into law to final regulation.  A
law is written to protect air quality in national parks.
David Hawkins, EPA Assistant Administrator for Air, Noise,
and Radiation, is under court order to create a regulation
in half the usual amount of time.  A working group chaired
by Johnny Pierson, EPA, and Barbara Brown, National Park
Service, developed the preliminary draft which did not pass
the steering committee review.  The regulation was
rewritten and submitted for red border review.  After
extensive additional revisions, the regulation entered the
public comment period.  Henry G. Nichol, a lawyer
representing the electric power industry in the west,
fights the regulation through the court system.  Dorothy
Ridings, President of the League of Women Voters, discusses
the Federal regulation system with Congressmen Richard
Boiling and Guy VanderJagt.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only; not for broadcast use.

Crampton Lewis;     Beck Chris;
  MacNeil Lehrer Report Atlantic City Story The Big Gamble
    29 min: 3/4 C: May 31, 1982
Drinking water: Atlantic City (NJ)
ABSTRACT:  Atlantic City's water supply may soon be
contaminated by chemicals from a toxic waste site.  The
MacNeil/Lehrer Report examines why this landfill was
allowed to accept liquid toxic chemicals, who was
responsible for it and if it could have been avoided.
Lewis Crampton describes EPA's activities in the Atlantic
City situation.  He answers questions about the national
situation and the priority that EPA has given to Atlantic
City.  Chris Beck, President of the Environmental Testing
and Certification Corporation (and a former EPA employee)
says that the evaluation of the Atlantic City problem has
not been adequate.  Mr. Beck thinks it is a very serious
problem and that the Superfund is not being used
efficiently.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only; not for broadcast use.

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000539
000540
000541
Crampton Lewis;     Drayton William;
  CBS News Regulations and the Regulators
    16 min: 3/4 C: Jun 22-24, 1982
Environmental Protection Agency
ABSTRACT:  In a three part series CBS Morning News
addresses charges that regulatory agencies are being
dismantled.  The first part focuses on the Environmental
Protection Agency.  Lewis Crampton, EPA policy official
defends EPA's position against chargest that EPA and
industry have become adversaries.  William Drayton, former
EPA official, charges that a large percentage of the staff
is leaving and that important research is being
discontinued.  The second part of the series examines
safety and health of workers and the Occupational safety
and Health Administration.  The third part covers EPA  's
response to the charges made by Mr. Drayton.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only; not for broadcast use.

  Twenty Twenty The Danger Within
    17 min: 3/4 C: Feb 4, 1982
Formaldehyde
ABSTRACT:  ABC's Twenty/Twenty reports on the dangers  of
formaldehyde.  One person in 10 is sensitive to
formaldehyde.  Symptoms of expossure can include
nosebleeds, headaches, coughing, mental confusion, sore
throat, and eye irritation.  Formaldehyde has caused cancer
in laboratory animals.  Ureaformaldehyde foam insulation,
installed in thousands of homes, releases formaldehyde gas.
 The Consumer Product Safety Commission has now banned the
use of this product.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only; not for broadcast use.

Gorsuch Anne M (see also Burford Anne M);
Heffner Richard D;  Shuster Alvin;      Melloan George;
  From the Editors Desk with Anne Gorsuch
    24 min: 3/4 C: Jul 18, 1982
Environmental Protection Agency
ABSTRACT:  Journalists Richard D. Heffner, Alvin Shuster,
and George Melloan interview Anne M. Gorsuch on matters
regarding  the Environmental Protection Agency.  Ms. Gorsuch
is asked about:   (1) substantive changes in EPA policy;  (2)
quality standards; (3) inspection/maintenance programs;  and
(4) EPA's  relationship with the Office of Management and
Budget.  She also discusses cost/benefit analysis as a
regulatory technique; political benefits at election time;
and lead in gasoline.
NOTES:  Audio channel 2 only; not for broadcast use.

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000543
000544
  CBS News Sunday Morning Deadly Export
    14 min: 3/4 C- Jul 18, 1982
Acid rain-' International relations
ABSTRACT:  Acid rain is killing lakes in New York State and
Ontario.  CBS News Sunday Horning reports on the stress
that acid rain is causing on relations between the United
States and Canada.  The Reagan Administration wants more
research and scientific evidence before honoring the
Memorandum of Intent signed by the two countries during the
Carter Administration.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only; not for broadcast use.

Regenstein Lewis;   Crampton Lewis;
  Morning Break How Poisoned is America
    56 min: 3/4 C: Jul 26, 1982
Air pollution: Water pollution: Hazardous wastes
ABSTRACT:  Lewis Regenstein, Vice President of the Fund for
Animals and author of America the Poisoned, and Lewis
Crampton, EPA Director of Management Systems and
Evaluation, appear as guests on Morning Break.  Mr.
Regenstein warns that more than one person in four will get
cancer. Cancer has been associated with a high fat diet and
with toxic chemicals which accumulate in the fat of
animals.  He describes what people can do to minimize their
exposure to toxic substances.  Mr. Crampton thinks Mr.
Regenstein is exaggerating the situation of toxic
substances exposure.  He describes regulations for
landfills and says that serious land pollution problems
have been created by regulations limiting dumping in these
places.  He also says that cancer is caused more by
lifestyle than by any other factor.  The two guests discuss
various aspects of enforcement, air pollution, acid rain,
and water pollution.
NOTES=Audio on channel 2 only; not for broadcast use.
                    Young Don;
Parenteau Patrick;
Forsythe Edwin;
Lesher Richard;
Chamber of Commerce of the USA;
  Environment Preservation vs Progress
    29 min: 3/4 C'- Aug 1, 1982
Endangered species
ABSTRACT:  Edwin Forsythe, R-New Jersey; Don Young,
R-Alaska; Patrick Parenteau, National Wildlife Federation;
and Richard Lesher, President, Chamber of Commerce of the
USA, discuss different approaches to the Endangered Species
Act on It's Your Business.  The fundamental question for
the debate is:  Can preservation exist at the same time as
development? Conservationists believe that a delicate
balance can be maintained between use and abuse of
resources.  Those opposing the act feel that preservation
impedes development.
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000547
Anderson Jack;      Moffett Toby;       Alter Harvey;
Chamber of Commerce of the USA;
  Good Morning America Inside Washington
    11 1/2 min: 3/4 G: Jul 21, 1982
Gasoline^ Environmental Protection Agency
ABSTRACT:  On Good Morning America, Columnist Jack Anderson
comments on lead in gasoline.  An internal EPA memo states
that if more lead is allowed in gasoline, oil companies
will save $22 million and young children in inner cities
will suffer from lead poisoning.   Vice President Bush has
recommended that restrictions on levels of lead be eased.
Mr. Anderson questions the judiciousness of such a
recommedation.  Congressman, Toby Moffett, D-Connecticut,
and Harvey Alter, Chamber of Commerce of the USA, discuss
EPA Administrator Anne Gorsuch; EPA's tarnished image;
landfill  regulations; the noise program and other problems
at EPA.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only;  not for broadcast use.

  Superfund List of Most Hazardous Chemical Waste Sites
    6  1/2 rain: 3/4 C= Oct 23,  1981
Superfund: Hazardous wastes
ABSTRACT:  This is a collecton of off-air news transfers on
EPA's  announced list of 114 most hazardous chemical waste
sites.  WJLA-TV reports that the 114th item on the list  is
Fort Lincoln in the District of Columbia.  NBC News reports
on how many sites were listed ahead of Love Canal.  In
order  to receive Superfund monies, States must agree to  pay
10 percent of the cleanup cost.  CBS describes the
announcement as cosmetic and not substantial.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only;  not for broadcast use.

Walsh  Michael;
  Off  Air News Transfers Jul  1981
    8  min: 3/4 C: Jul 16, 28,  1981
Automobile exhaust: Mediterranean fruit fly: Indoor air
pollution
ABSTRACT:  The WDVM-TV news team reports  (Jul 16) on
possible changes to clean air standards.  Michael Walsh,
EPA, supports the Agency's move to change the standards.
WDVM-TV also  reports on Mediterranean fruit fly spraying
and on inspections of California produce in Virginia
grocery stores.  WJLA-TV (Jul  28,  1981) reports on indoor
air pollution which has been  aggravated by energy
conservation  measures in recent years.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only; not for broadcast use.

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000519
  Crisis to Crisis What Price Clean Air
    59 min: 3/4 C- Aug 17, 1982
Air pollution^ Acid rain
ABSTRACT:  Crisis to Crisis examines economic progress in
relation to human health in setting air pollution
standards.  Changes in the Clean Air Act under HR 5252
uould save money for industry at the cost of public health,
but the cost of clean air must be weighed against the
benefits.  Examples of how the auto industry has conformed
to clean air standards are documented.  Sulfur dioxide
emissions in large urban centers have been reduced locally,
but are falling in the form of acid rain in the Northeast.
This program shows the effects of acid rain on lakes,
wildlife and plants in the Northeast, Canada and Sweden.
Laws in Japan are proof that a healthy economy can flourish
with tough clean air standards.  The cost of cleaning up
air pollution is more than industry wants to pay.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only; not for broadcast use.
                                                            Whitney Clint;
Eidness Frederic A;
Tripp Jim;          Weaver Leo;
Environmental Defense Fund;
Ohio River Valley Water Sanitation Commission;
California Water Resources Control Board;
  MacNeil Lehrer Report New Rules on Water Pollution
  Standards
    29 min: 3/1 C- Oct 29, 1982
Water pollution standards
ABSTRACT:  The MacNeil/Lehrer Report explores whether the
Reagan Administration is backing away from the goal of
cleaning up polluted waterways.  Frederic A. Eidness, EPA
Assistant Administrator for Water, describes the difference
in existing and proposed rules for relaxing water pollution
standards.  Jim Tripp, Environmental Defense Fund, warns
that if these new rules weaken water quality standards, the
next step may be to weaken effluent limitations.  Leo
Weaver, Executive Director of the Ohio River Valley Water
Sanitation Commission, describes the burden of the old
regulations.  Clint Whitney, Executive Director of the
California Water Resources Control Board, says that
California has exercised its choice for a higher standard
and has always had the full backing of the Federal
Government.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only; not for broadcast use.

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000550
000551
Gorsuch Anne M (see also Burford Anne M) ;
  ABC Nightline Anne Gorsuch and the Environment
    25 min: 3/4 C: Dec 9, 1982
Environmental Protection Agency: Environmental protection
ABSTRACT:  ABC Nightline focuses on EPA Administrator Anne
Gorsuch and her relationships with the Environmental
Protection Agency, the President, and with the
Congress.Congress is preparing for a contempt of Congress
vote.  In this interview, Ms. Gorsuch says that inertia is
the strongest force in all of Government.   She tells how
EPA can do more with less by trimming the fat from programs
of previous administrations.  She also discusses recent and
upcoming environmental legislation.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only; not for broadcast use.

Kaufman Hugh;       Hedeman William N;
  Off Air News Excerpts Aug 24 1982-Oct 28 1982
    31 min: 3/4 C:  1982
Hazardous wastes: Acid rain: Asbestos
ABSTRACT:  The following off-air excerpts were aired
between Aug 24 and Oct 28, 1982. (1) WRC-TV News, Aug 24,
on EPA whistle blower Hugh Kaufman. (2) CBS News, Aug 27,
on a coverup of asbestosis. (3) CBS News,  Aug 31, on
illegal pollution of the Mississippi River in Louisiana and
on the lack of EPA enforcement action. (4) CBS News, Sep
22, on a listing freighter loaded with hazardous materials
in Maine Harbor.  (5) CBS News, Sep 22, on pollution of the
Baton Rouge water supply by a chemical dump. (6) ABC News,
Sep 24, on the causes and effects of acid rain in the
Adirondacks. (7) CBS News, Oct 24, on the Sierra Club
challenging EPA's administration of the Superfund. CBS
News, Oct 27, on the Environmental Defense Fund leaking EPA
documents on dioxin and PCB's and the Superfund.(9) ABC
News, Oct 27, on the cleanup of a dioxin dump site in
Seymour, Indiana. (10) ABC News, Oct 28, on the clean-up of
PCB's in Fort Smith, Arkansas with comments by William
Hedeman.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only; not for broadcast use.

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000553
Morton John P;      Drayton William;    Bennett Kathleen;
Todhunter John A;   Gibbs Lois;
  Off Air News Excerpts Jan 4  1982-Aug 27 1982
    32 min: 3/4 G:  1982
Clean Air Act: Love Canal: Gasoline: Lavelle Rita M
ABSTRACT:.  The following off-air news excerpts were aired
between Jan 4 and Aug 27, 1982:  (1) WJLA-TV, Jan 4, on
reorganization and RIFs at EPA with comments by John P.
Morton. (2) WDCM-TV, Jan 6, on RIFs at EPA with William
Drayton and Mr. Morton. (3) CBS News, Feb 19, on the
controversy over the Rita Lavelle appointment. (4) CBS
News, Feb  19, on Three Mile Island. (5) CBS News, Feb  19,
on changes in the Clean Air Act with comments by Kathleen
Bennett. (6) CBS News, May 21, on the effects of air
pollution and the revised Clean Air Act in Boise, Idaho.
(7) ABC News, Jul 14, on the status of Love Canal and on an
oil spill near San Francisco.  (8) CBS News, Jul 14, on an
oil spill near San Francisco and on the redevelopment of
Love Canal with comments by Lois Gibbs. (9) NBC News, Jul
14, on Love Canal. (10) CBS News, Aug-7v~oTi lower lead
levels in gasoline with Kathleen Bennett. (11) NBC News,
Aug 23, on less lead in gasoline. (12) ABC News, Aug 23, on
new lead regulations in gasoline. (13) NBC Early Today, Aug
27, on pesticide emergency exemptions with John Todhunter.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only; not for broadcast use.

Gorsuch Anne M (see also Burford Anne M);
  Off Air News Excerpts Dec 16-27 1982
    40 min: 3/tf C'-  1982
Hazardous wastes: Dioxin: Gorsuch Anne M: Times Beach (Mo.)
ABSTRACT:  The following off-air news excerpts were aired
between Dec 16-27-, 1982:  (1) CBS News, Dec 16, on
petrochemical accidents in Louisiana.  Items 2-12 are on
Anne M. Gorsuch being found in contempt of Congress: (2)
WDVM-TV, Dec  16; (3) WJLA-TV, Dec 16; (4) ABC Nightline,
Dec 16; (5) WRC-TV, Dec 16; (6) CNN, Dec 17; (7) NBC News,
Dec 17; (8) ABC News, Dec 17;  (9) CBS News, Dec 17; (10)
WJLA News, Dec 17; (11) CBS News, Dec 17; (12) ABC News,
Dec 20. (13) ABC News, Dec 20, on EPA listing the 400 most
dangerous hazardous waste sites. (14) NBC News, Dec 20, on
the 418 worst hazardous waste sites. (15) CBS News, Dec 20,
also on the hazardous waste sites. (16) WJLA-TV, Dec 21, on
toxic wastes in Maryland and Virginia. (17) CBS .News, Dec
24, on floods and dioxin in Times Beach, Mo. (18) NBC News,
Dec 24, also on dioxin contamination in Times Beach. (19)
ABC News, Dec 24, on dioxin in Times Beach. (20) ABC News,
Dec 27, on EPA warning States to comply with air pollution
standards. (21) NBC News, Dec 27, and (22) CNN, Dec 27, on
toxic spills.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only; not for broadcast use.

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000555
Gorsuch Anne M (see also Burford Anne M);
Bennett Kathleen;   Hansen Paul;        Hedeman William N;
  Off Air News Excerpts Oct 28 1982-Jan 3 1983
    30 min: 3/t C:  1982
Dioxin: Clean Air Act: Acid rain: Gorsuch Anne M: Times
Beach (Mo.)
ABSTRACT1-  The following off-air news excerpts were aired
between Oct 28, 1982 and Jan 3,  1983:  (1) CBS News, Oct
28, on tougher leaded gas standards. (2) NBC Today, Oct 28,
on dioxin in Missouri with comments by William Hedeman. (3)
CBS News, Oct 13, on the Reagan Administration's
environmental policies. (H) ABC News, Oct 28, on new rules
for leaded gasoline with Anne Gorsuch. (5) ABC News, Nov 9,
on acid rain with comments by Kathleen Bennett and Paul
Hansen. (6) CBS News, Nov 22, on carbon monoxide
monitoring. (7) NBC News, Nov 27, on dioxin in St. Louis.
(8) ABC News, Dec 1, on toxic waste leaks. (9) ABC News,
Dec 12; (10) NBC News, Dec 2; and (11) CBS News, Dec 2, on
Ms. Gorsuch in contempt of Congress. (12) CBS News, Dec 2,
on the House voting approval for disposal of radioactive
waste. (13) ABC News, Dec 29, on delaying standards of gas
fueled trucks and on a Times Beach, Mo., community meeting.
(14) CBS News, Dec 29, on counties not complying with the
Clean Air Act. (15) ABC News, Dec 30, on clean air and
water. (16) CBS News, Dec 30 and (17) CNN, Jan 3, on Times
Beach, Mo.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only; not for broadcast use.

Gorsuch Anne M (see also Burford Anne M);
Lavelle Rita M;     Commoner Bazry;     Lynch Dennis;
  Off Air News Excerpts Dec 8  1982-Jan 3  1983
    30 min: 3/4 C:  1982
Dioxin: Drinking water: Times Beach  (Mo.): Gorsuch Anne M
ABSTRACT:  The following off-air news excerpts were aired
between Dec 8, 1982 and Jan 3,  1983:  (1) ABC News, Dec 8,
on dioxin in Imperial, Mo. (2) CBS News, Dec 8, on dioxin
in Missouri and lack of EPA action.  (3) CBS News, Dec 8, on
acid fog in California. (4) CBS  News, Dec 9, on removing
soil with dioxin in Missouri.  (5) ABC News, Dec 9, also on
the situation in Imperial, Mo.  (6) ABC News, Dec  10, with
Rita Lavelle, Barry Commoner, and Dennis Lynch on dioxin in
Missouri.  (7) NBC News, Oct  10,  on Anne Gorsuch in contempt
of Congress.  (8) CBS News, Dec  11, on a chemical plant
explosion in Taft, La.  (9) CBS News, Dec  15, on new rules
for radioactive cleanup. (10) CBS News, Dec 29, on an
unpublished study of ponds, lagoons, and dioxin in Times
Beach, Mo.  (11) ABC News, Jan  3, on  a dioxin test in Times
Beach. (12) ABC News,  Jan 3, on  the  cost of clean water and
why pure drinking water cannot be taken for granted. (13)
CBS News, Jan 3, on the eligibility  of Times Beach for
Federal cleanup funds.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only; not for broadcast use.

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                                      Hall Chris;
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Lavelle Rita M;     Florio James;
  Off Air Hews Excerpts Jan 3-5  1983
    27 m±m 3/4 c: Jan 1983
Dioxin: Hazardous wastes: Times  Beach (No.): Gorsuch Anne M
ABSTRACT:  The following off-air news excerpts were aired
between Jan 3-5, 1983:  (1) NBC  News, Jan 3, on Federal
flood assistance in Times Beach, Mo. (2) ABC Good Morning
America, Jan 4, reports on dioxin contamination in Times
Beach. (3) CBS Hews, Jan 4, on spending $70,000 to defend
Anne Gorsuch; also on Times Beach.  (4) NBC News, Jan 4, on
removing the flood debris from Times Beach. (5) CNN, Jan 4,
on EPA spending $70,000 to defend Anne Gorsuch; and on the
burial of debris at Times Beach. (6) NBC News, Jan 4, on
hepatitis outbreak spread by contaminated water in Mead
County, Ky. (7) CBS News, Jan 5, on dioxin spreading at
Times Beach, Mo. (8) CNN Morning Break, Jan 5, on EPA
cancelling the private lawyer for Ms. Gorsuch's defense;
Times Beach; and on Ms. Gorsuch's hospitalization. (9) ABC
Good Morning America, Jan 5, on  major hazardous waste sites
with a discussion among Rita Lavelle, James Florio and
Chris Hall.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only; not for broadcast use.
                  Kaufman Hugh;
Off Air News Excerpts Jan 5-10
Lavelle Rita M;
                    .. .. 	   "  1983
    40 min: 3/4 C:   1983
Dioxin: Times Beach  (Mo.)
ABSTRACT:  The following off-air news excerpts were aired
between Jan 5-10, 1983:  (i) ABC News, Jan 5, on further
testing at Times Beach with comments by Rita Lavelle and
Hugh Kaufman. (2) CBS News, Jan 5, on EPA technicians
taking samples at Times Beach. (3) CNN Day Break, Jan 6, on
sampling, testing and hard times at Times Beach, Mo; and on
PCB's in the Hudson  River. (4) CBS News, Jan 6, on a
background report on dioxin and Times Beach. (5) NBC News,
Jan 6, on flooding and soil testing at Times Beach. (6) ABC
News, Jan 6, on possible hearings on Times Beach situation.
(7) CBS News, Jan 6, on non-removal of Times Beach debris
and on Agent Orange. (8) CBS News, Jan 7, on a protest
against the Times Beach debris move. (9) CNN, Jan 7, on
Missouri Governor stopping the move of Times Beach debris.
(10) CNN, Jan 7, on  the debris in Times Beach. (11) NBC
News, Jan 10, on contaminated milk in Verona, Mo.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only; not for broadcast use.

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000559
  Off Air News Excerpts Jan 9-29 1983
    38 min: 3/4 C:  1983
Times Beach (Mo.): Dioxin: Hazardous uastes
ABSTRACT:  The following off-air neus excerpts were aired
between Jan 9-29, 1983:  (1) NBC News, Jan 9, on
contaminated milk at Kraft Foods in Verona, Mo. (2) CBS
News, Jan  12, on Times Beach and on dioxin and a PCB
contaminated building in Binghamton, NY. (3) ABC News, Jan
12; (4) CNN, Jan 12; and (5) NBC News, Jan 12, on Times
Beach. (6) ABC News, Jan 13, on a (chemical) TDI leak in
Uatertown, NY. (7) CBS News, Jan 13, on Times Beach. (8)
CNN, Jan 13, on the chemical spill in Uatertown; and on
Times Beach. (9) WRC-TV, Jan 13, on the Uatertown spill.
(10) CBS News, Jan It, on the return of Uatertown
residents. (11) NBC News, Jan 14, on acid rain. (12) ABC
News, Jan  17, on the costs of dioxin in Missouri. (13) CNN,
Jan 17, on a nuclear water leak at Athens, AL. (14) CBS
News, Jan  14, on Times Beach. (15) CBS News, Jan 20, on the
cleanup at EPA-Uaterside Mall (see also tape no. 000566);
and on Times Beach. (16) CBS News, Jan 26, on a pipe
rupture at an Indianapolis chemical plant. (17) ABC News,
Jan 27, on the accident at Indianapolis. (18) CBS News, Jan
29, on meeting about dioxin in Hillsboro, Mo.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only; not for broadcast use.

Lavelle Rita M;
Gorsuch Anne M (see also Burford Anne M);
Randolph Jennings;
Office of  Solid Uaste and Emergency Response;
  Office of Solid Uaste and Emergency Response Awards
  Public Employees Appreciation Day
    29 min: 3/1+ c: Jan  17,  1983
Awards
ABSTRACT:  At the Office of Solid Uaste and Emergency
Response Awards Ceremony, Rita Lavelle reviews the results
of  1  1/2 years of work in the Office.  Senator Jennings
Randolph speaks about the importance of the work and of the
Agency.  EPA Administrator Anne M. Gorsuch announces two
new official appointments and congratulates the 85 EPA
employees  who received awards.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

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000561
000562
  Nova Goodbye Louisiana
    58 min: S/l C: Nov 30, 1982
Mississippi Rivers Shore protection: Flood control
ABSTRACT:  The Mississippi River is showing signs of
changing course and parts of the Louisiana coastline are
washing away.  This is the result of engineering on the
river to make it navigable.  The program covers the history
of the Mississippi River from over 500 years ago to the
most recent industrial development.  Toxic pollution in the
Mississippi, a major source of drinking water, may be
linked to high cancer rate in the Hew Orleans area.
Critical elements in the control of the river are the Old
River Control Structure, Morgan City, swamplands,
marshlands, and the Mississippi River Gulf Outlet.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only; not for broadcast use.

Sun Company;
  Powder River Partners
    16 min: 3/4 c: Jul 2, 1982
Surface mining: Land reclamation
ABSTRACT:  The Big Horn Ranch in northeastern Wyoming is a
land reclamation research center for range grass and a
working ranch operated by the Sun Company.  The Company is
committed to two objectives:  (1) to be one of the Nation's
largest energy suppliers and (2) to maintain the moral and
ethical concepts of returning the land to the same level of
productivity as before mining.  The various steps in
surface mining, coal processing and reclamation are
demonstrated.  Gillette, a small town in Wyoming, went
through a period of rapid growth because of an oil
discovery.  Long-time residents comment on the ease and
benefits of the transition.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only; film transfer.

Vanocur Sander;
  Air of Disaster
    51 min: 3/4 C:  1966
Air pollution: Smog
ABSTRACT:  NBC News presents a documentary on air
pollution.  Before any major environmental legislation had
been passed, or before the Environmental Protection Agency
was created, air pollution was unregulated and was a very
serious problem.  News correspondent Sander Vanocur visits
a number of American cities, such as New York, Denver,
Cincinnati, Los Angeles, Detroit, Blacksburg, Virginia, and
Washington, D.C.  In each of these places he seeks out
sources of pollution, the effect of air pollution on the
residents, and possible or potential solutions to the
problems.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only; film transfer.

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000564
000565
  Universe Changing Nuclear Waste into Glass
    12 min: 3/4 C: Aug 18, 1981
Radioactive waste disposals Radioactive uaste processing
ABSTRACT:  In France, scientists have discovered a way to
contain high-level nuclear waste in glass.  Universe
explores other alternatives to nuclear waste disposal.
Most radioactive waste is still in temporary storage.
Burial in volcanic rock and transportation into space are
alternatives being considered.
NOTES'  Audio on channel 2 only; not for broadcase use.

Kaler Frank;        Switzgable Meg;
  PBS Latenight Tragic and Frustrating Story of Toxic Sites
    38 min: 3/4 c: Nov 3,  1982
Drinking water •• Hazardous wastes'- Ground water
ABSTRACT:  Frank Kaler, toxic waste victim from South
Brunswick, New Jersey, and Meg Switzgable, producer of the
film "In Our Water", are guests on PBS Latenight.  They
discuss toxic chemicals in drinking water taken from
groundwater.  Mr. Kaler received no response from township.
State and Federal officials for six months after a problem
in his drinking water was discovered.  Mr. Kaler and Ms.
Switzgable warn viewers that their water supplies are not
protected and that the laws are not enforced.  Mr. Kaler
has installed a water distillation and charcoal filtering
system in his own home and suggests that most households
will have such systems in the future.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only; not for broadcaste use.

Kaufman Hugh;
  C-SPAN Live Call In Interview with Hugh Kaufman
    60 min: 3/4 C •' Jan 18, 1983
Environmental protection
ABSTRACT:  Hugh Kaufman, toxic waste specialist at EPA,
discusses the alleged misconduct and mishandling of EPA's
toxic waste program on a live call-in program on C-SPAN.
He says that people are beginning to see what the real
issues are and how EPA is mismanaging the Superfund.  In
response to callers, Mr. Kaufman discusses the cost of
cleanup; criminal activities in EPA; the Resource
Conservation and Recovery Act; executive privilege;
enforcement; lack of uniform national standards; and
specific hazardous sites.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only; not for broadcast use.

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000567
000568
000569
Morton John P;
  Clean Up at Waterside Nail
    1 min: 3/1 C' Jan 1983
Waterside Mall Complex
ABSTRACT!  Assistant Administrator for Administration John
Horton announces a program to cleanup and repair Waterside
Mall to make it a first class place to work.  He asks
employees to note problems and to keep offices neat, clean
and in good repair.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

Reagan Ronald;      Costle Douglas;
  CBS Neus Ronald Reagan Visits Ohio
    3 1/2 min! 3/1 G: Oct 7, 1980
Regulations
ABSTRACT:  CBS News reports on Presidential candidate
Ronald Reagan's visit to a steel plant in Ohio which has
been closed.  He blames EPA regulations £or closing the
plant.  Among his comments* he says Mount St. Helens emits
more sulfur dioxide than all of the automobiles in the
United States have emitted over the past 10 years.  EPA
Administrator Douglas Costle replies that automobiles do
not emit sulfur dioxide.
NOTES!  Audio on channel 2 only.

Gorsuch Anne M (see also Burford Anne M);
  Performance Management System
    1 min! 3/4 c: Sep 1982
Personnel management
ABSTRACT:  EPA Administrator Anne M. Gorsuch encourages
supervisors providing performance evaluations to be honest,
fair, equitable'and objective.  She warns them not to
overrate to avoid confrontation and says that a
satisfactory rating is considered the norm.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only.

Gorsuch Anne M (see also Burford Anne M);
  Interview with Anne M Gorsuch
    6 1/3 min: 3/1 C: Jan 5, 1982
Electric utilities: HR 5252: clean Air Act
ABSTRACT!  EPA Administrator Anne M. Gorsuch is interviewed
on the effect of HR 5252 on the electric utility industry.
She describes the legislation as a complete restructuring
of the Clean Air Act.
NOTES:  Audio on channels 1 and 2.

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000571
000572
Gorsuch Anne M (see also Burford Anne M);
  Gorsuch Report on Subcommittee Vote on Contempt
    7 1/2 min: 3/4 G: Dec 3, 1982
Gorsuch Anne M
ABSTRACT^  EPA Administrator Anne M. Gorsuch shares the
facts surrounding recent action by the Subcommittee on
Investigation Oversight of the House Committee on Public
Works with all employees of EPA.  She describes the
problems of subpoenaed documents.  Us. Gorsuch does not
want this action to impair the thrust of the Superfund
program and the efforts of the Agency.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only; not for broadcast,
commercial or public use.

Gorsuch Anne M (see also Burford Anne M);
  Gorsuch Report Update on House Vote of Contempt
    7 min: 3/4 c: Dec 17, 1982
Gorsuch Anne M
ABSTRACT:  EPA Administrator Anne M. Gorsuch reports to EPA
employees on a House Resolution to find her in contempt of
Congress.  She describes three levels of dynamics involving
Congress, Department of Justice, EPA and the President in
this action.  Ms. Gorsuch also reports that the EPA budget
has been resolved with the Office of Management and Budget
and offers a holiday greeting.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only; not for broadcast,
commercial or public use.

  ABC Closeup Asbestos The Way to Dusty Death An Update
    57 min: 3/4 G: Dec 27,  1982
Asbestos
ABSTRACT:  ABC Closeup provides an update on their report
"Asbestos:  The Way to Dusty Death"  (tape no. 000481).  The
report says that 250,000 Americans will die from asbestos
by the end of the century.  Several  asbestos victims from
the original program have since died from asbestos related
lung disease.  Now 35 percent of the wives and children of
workers from the Union Asbestos and  Rubber Company are
showing signs of asbestos disease.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only; not for broadcast use.

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000574
000575
  Good Horning America Bomb Testings and Radiation Exposure
    45 min: 3/4 C: Kov 22-25 and Oct 17, 1982
Radiation effects: Radiation hazards: Radiation injuries
ABSTRACT:  Above ground nuclear testing is covered on four
segments of Good Morning America.  The first part explores
the testing's effects on humans.  The second part is on low
level radiation and how much is safe.  Part three describes
litigation brought by some of the 250,000 soldiers who
participated in the tests.  Segment four explores whether
the Government knew of any danger caused by the tests.  An
NBC Good Morning America segment from Oct 17, 1982, also on
atomic testing, covers the soon-to-be-released film "Dark
Circles."
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only; not for broadcast use.

Sussman David;
  Universe Stardust 80 Japans Recycling of Waste Products
    10 min: 3/4 C: Sep 1, 1982      _... --.
Waste processing plants: Waste recycling
ABSTRACT:  The Japanese have solved the problem of an over
abundance of garbage and the lack of natural resources.
They have developed the most technologically sophisticated
recycling plant in the world.  Universe visits the plant to
find out how it works.  David Sussman, EPA, says Americans
could benefit from participation in an aggressive recovery
system.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only; not for broadcast use.
                    Lafser Fred;
Hedeman William N;
Johnson Susan;
Silbergeld Ellen;
  MacNeil Lehrer Report Times Beach and Dioxin in Missouri
    28 min: 3/4 C'- Jan 13, 1983
Dioxin: Times Beach (Mo.)
ABSTRACT:  MacNeil-Lehrer Report examines reasons for the
anger and frustration of residents of Times Beach, Mo.  It
asks what future is there for Times Beach and its
residents.  Can the shadow of a lethal chemical be removed,
and by whom?  Susan Johnson, Times Beach Alderwoman, says
the major concern of residents is relocation of the towns
people.  Fred Lafser, Director of the Missouri Department
of Natural Resources, discusses what they know about dioxin
and the purpose of the debris removal.  William Hedeman,
EPA, describes the concentrations of dioxin found in Times
Beach and potential solutions to the problem.  Ellen
Silbergeld, Environmental Defense Fund, criticises EPA for
not doing its job to help Times Beach residents.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only; not for broadcast use.

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000577
000578
Todhunter John A;
Office of Pesticides and Toxic Substances;
  Press Conference Cancellation of the Use of Toxaphene
    29 min: 3/4 C: Oct 18, 1982
Toxaphene
ABSTRACT:  John A. Todhunter, Assistant Administrator for
Pesticides and Toxic Substances, announces EPA's final
decision to effect an immediate ban on all uses of
toxaphene.  The decision is based on the pesticide's
effects on wildlife.  Some minor, but essential, uses are
retained.  Mr. Todhunter fields questions from the press
regarding the decision.
NOTES'  Audio on channel 2 only.

  Decisions at One Thousand Fathoms
    27 1/2 min: 3/4 C:  1980
Ocean waste disposal: Radioactive waste disposal
ABSTRACT:  Discovery of the ocean's delicate ecosystem led
to the decision to end dumping of low-level nuclear wastes
in 1970.  After 24 years and 89,000 barrels of dumping,
scientists are investigating the effects of leaking
radioactivity.  This documentary examines studies on and
the effects of the dumping activity.
NOTES:  Audio on channel 2 only; film transfer.  nay not be
represented as an officially released EPA film.

fiuarles John R;
United States Information Agency;
  Energy Crisis and the Environment
    30 min: 1/2 color reel: Mar 6,  1974
Environmental protection: Energy crisis
ABSTRACT:  John R. Quarles, EPA Deputy Administrator,
answers questions about the conflicts and solutions that
result from energy conservation and environmental quality
control.  Specific topics include coal as an energy source;
sulfur oxide emissions; strip mining rehabilitation;
recycling; the environmental movement; difference between
EPA and the Council on Environmental Quality; enforcement;
and amendments to the Clean Air Act.

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000580
000581
000582
Masse Arthur N;
Technology Transfer Program;
  Use of Granulated Activated Carbon for Wastewater
  Treatment
    31 min: 1/2 BCW reel: jan 11, 1971
Activated carbon treatment
ABSTRACT^  Arthur N. Masse, Chief, Municipal Treatment
Research Program, Advanced Waste Treatment Research
Laboratory, discusses the use of granulated activated
carbon for wastewater treatment.  He describes how
activated carbon removes soluable organic solids from water
and the process of generating and regenerating activated
carbon.  In part 2, Mr. Masse discusses how granulated
activated carbon can be used as an alternative to the
activated sludge process.  Mr. Masse ends by outlining the
advantages and disadvantages of the activated carbon
process as compared to the activated sludge process.

  EPA Awards Ceremony 1973
    25 rain: 1/2 BCM reel: Dec 10, 1973
Awards
ABSTRACT:  The second annual EPA Awards Ceremony was held
at the Departmental Auditorium on December 10, 1973.  The
awards were presented to 9utstanding EPA employees by
Administrator Russell Train and others.

  Commission of European Communities Report
    18 min: 1/2 B£W reel: Dec 1973
International relations
ABSTRACT:  Members of the Commission of European
Communities discuss the Commission's goal of controlling
pollution in the industrial countries of France, Germany,
Italy, Austria and in Luxembourg.  They also comment on
EPA's participation in the Commission and how it can help
these countries overcome their pollution problems.

Ruckelshaus William D;
  Citizens Briefing 2d Hilton Hotel
    62 min: 1/2 BSW reel: Mar 20, 1973
Environmental Protection Agency
ABSTRACT:  The second annual citizen's briefing was held at
the Statler Hilton in March 1973.  This was a briefing to
the public concerning EPA legislation and proposals for
1973.  EPA Administrator William Ruckelshaus and other EPA
officials describe their objectives and goals.

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000584
000585
000586
Train Russell;
  US USSR Press Conference
    56 min' 1/2 color reel: Nov 15, 1973
International relations
ABSTRACT:  EPA Administrator Russell Train and a Soviet
delegation held a press conference to mark the closing of
the second joint US/USSR Commission on Environmental
Protection.  The session ends with representatives from
both countries signing an implementation agreement that
uill abolish ocean dumping; outlaw the slaughter of whales;
and deal with other international environmental issues.

Ruckelshaus William D;
Train Russell;
  Train Opening Statement to EPA Employees
    37 min: 1/2 BGW reel: Aug 3, 1973
Environmental Protection Agency
ABSTRACT:  The ceremony for the transition between EPA
Administrator William Ruckleshaus and Russell Train was
held on August 3, 1973.  Mr. Ruckleshaus, officially
leaving EPA to become Attorney General, shares his thoughts
with EPA employees.  Mr. Train says he is committed to an
open, responsive, and cooperative management and
administration.

Train Russell;
  Train Press Conference Confirmation by Congress
    64 min: 1/2 color reel: sep 13, 1973
Air pollution control: Sulfur dioxide
ABSTRACT'-  In his first press conference, EPA Administrator
Russell Train announces his confirmation by Congress  and
makes comments about his administration; a public hearing
on compliance of sulfur dioxide emissions from three  power
plants, and sulfur dioxide control systems.  He also
discusses  energy conservation measures; emergency air
pollution  variances in light of the potential energy
shortage of the coming winter; and automobile mileage
ratings.

Ford Gerald;
  State of the Union Address President Gerald Ford
    51 min: 1/2 color reel: Jan 15, 1975
Energy crisis: Environmental protection
ABSTRACT'-  President Ford  presents his State of the Union
Address to the Congress on January  15,  1975.  He elaborates
on the present economic and energy problems confronting the
Nation.  The  President says that citizens of the United
States want and need action now, and it will take the
efforts of both the Congress and the President to get
through the crisis.

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000587              Train Russell;
                      Train Press Conference Proposed Clean Air Amendments
                        54 min: 1/2 BSW reel: Mar 22, 1974
                    Clean Air Act
                    ABSTRACT:  Russell Train holds a press conference on
                    proposed amendments to the Clean Air Act.  The amendments
                    provide additional flexibility needed to achieve compliance
                    with air quality standards without weakening the basic
                    objectives of the act.  They also provide certain
                    procedural changes such as the addition of civil penalties
                    to enforce air quality standards, encouragement of the
                    development of new technologies, and extension of funding
                    for the Clean Air Act.

000588              Green Fitzhugh;
                      Overseas Environmental Control
                        16 min: 1/2 B£W reel: sep 1973
                    International relations
                    ABSTRACT:  Or. Fitzhugh Green outlines the parameters of
                    EPA's overseas activities concerning world environment.  He
                    describes the objectives of these activities and how they
                    are achieved.  EPA works on the projects with the
                    Department of State, United Nations Environment Programme
                    and the World Health Organization.

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2i4»5-T Orecon Conifer Prelect
2,4,5-T and the Alsea Oreoon Study
208 Mater Plannino
700 Club Battle of Clinton County Ohio
ABC Closeuo Asbestos The Way to Dustv Death
ABC Closeuo Asbestos The Way to Dustv Death An Update
ABC Closeup The Killina Ground
ABC Closeuo The Killina Ground An Update
ABC Closeuo The Uranium Factor
ABC News Acid Rain Poison from the Sky
ABC News Love Canal
ABC News Memphis Chemical Contamination
ABC Niahtline Anne Gorsuch and the Environment
ABC Twenty Twenty Hidden Poison
ABC and NBC Evenina News Pesticides
ACT 79
ACT Fair A Place to Start
Accomplishments and Objectives for FY 1977 Contracts
Management Division
Administrator Costles Holiday Message 1978
Agriculture and the Environment
Air Pollution The Facts
Air of Disaster
Alternatives to Litigation The National Coal Policy
Proiect
Amendment to the Clean Air Act
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Annapolis Boy Scouts View Oil Spill Demonstration EPA
News Update
Anne Gorsuch on Channel 11 News
Annual Report to the President The Protection of Our
Environment
Applications of Futures Research a Corporate Example
Applicator Certification
Approach to Feedlot Order
Areawide Plannina under Section 208 Devclopina a Workina
Plan
Areawide Planning under Section 208 The Designation
Process
Assertive Behavior Training Seminars Orientation
Atomic Power Today Service with Safety
Audit Conference St Louis
Barbara Blum on Public Participation
Barbara Blums Welcome to New Employees
Benzene Effects on Blood and Reproduction
Black History Week 1973
Bloodmobile Promotion 1980
Blum Press Conference EPA Reoulatorv Reform
Blum Press Conference EPA vs HooKer Chemical Corp
Blum Press Conference Toxic Substances
Buy Quiet
Buy Quiet Government Purchasinq
C-SPAN Live Call In Interview with Much Kaufman
CBS Evenincj News AMC Recall
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CBS Magazine Is Recycling UnAmerican
CBS News Civil Service Reform and Veterans Preference
CBS News Economy Car Fails EPA Inspection
CBS News Liquids in Landfills
CBS News Love Canal and PCBs in North Carolina
CBS News Ohio Coal
CBS News Regulations and the Regulators
CBS News Report on the Monsanto Pyrolvsis Plant
CBS News Ronald Reaaan Visits Ohio
CBS News Sunday Morning Deadly Export
CBS News The Earth Revisited
CBS News Toxic Haste Sites
Calendar Mass Bay in Hot Mater
Camera Techniques for Video Tape
Captan Treated Food
Catalytic Converter An Analysis
Caution DrinKing Hater May Be Dangerous to Your Health
Centrex with Electronic Switching
Certification of Pesticide Applicators
Children* Award Ceremony
Choice Stakes
Chronic Chemical Hazards
Citizens Briefing 2d Hilton Hotel
Civil Rights at EPA A New Beginning
Clean Air Act Amendments of 1977 HR 6161
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Clean Lakes
Clean Lakes Program Section 314
Clean Up at Waterside Mall
Clean Water Act 1977 Amendments OWPO Implementation
Project
Clean Hater is the Goal
Clearwater
Closed Circuit TV Previews
Coke Oven Emissions Pittsburgh and Birmingham
Combined Federal Campaign 1979 Douglas Costle
Combined Federal Campaign 1981
Combined Federal Campaign 1982 Results and Christmas
Messace
Commission of European Communities Report
Communicating with Pesticide Users
Computer Sciences Corporation Presents an Overview
Concepts and Demonstration of ALPHA
Confronting the Multifold Trend Public Policv Planning
Imperatives for the Next 25 Years
Construction Grants Process Audit
Construction Grants Process Award of Construction
Contracts
Construction Grants Process Construction Contract
Documents
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Construction Grants Process Facilities Plans
Construction Grants Process Federal Payment Procedure
Construction Grants Process Preapplication Information
Construction Grants Process Proaram Manaaement
Construction Grants Process Role of the Federal Government
Construction Grants Process State Planning Process
Construction Grants Process Step 1 Grant Application and
Processing
Construction Grants Process Step 2 Grant Application and
Processino
Construction Grants Process Step 3 Grant Application and
Processing
Construction Grants Process Work Session 1
Construction Grants Process Work Session 2
Construction Grants Program Audits Project Closeout
Construction Grants Program Biddability and
Constructabilitv Review
Construction Grants Proqram Chanae Orders for
Construction Contract Modification
Construction Grants Program EPA Regulations Guidance and
Procedures
Construction Grants Proaram Final Inspection
Construction Grants Proaram Fundamentals of Sewage
Treatment
Construction Grants Program General Agreement
Construction Grants Program Grant Conditions OSM Manual
Review Plan of Operation Review
Construction Grants Proaram Grants Information and
Control System
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Construction Grants Program Infiltration Inflow, Sewer
System Evaluation Survey> Rehabilitation
Construction Grants Program Introduction
Construction Grants Program On Site and Interim Inspection
Construction Grants Program Payments
Construction Grants Program Preconstruction Conference
Construction Grants Program Preconstruction Contract
Award Management
Construction Grants Procjram Proiect Changes Contract
Modifications Change Orders
Construction Grants Program Protests Disputes
Construction Grants Program Review of Bid Material
Construction Grants Program Role of Regional Inspectors
Construction Grants Program Supplemental Program
Reouirentents
Construction Grants Program Traininq Program Financing
Mater Pollution Control
Contaminated Mater in Southern Missouri
Contingency Planning Guidelines Public Relations at the
Soill Scene
Contracts Management Cost Review and Policy Branch
Contracts Management Division Cincinnati
Contracts Policy and Review
Controls on Research and Development
Cost Analysis Workshop for Contracts and Grants
Costle Press Conference 1979 Automobile Mileage Ratings
Costie Press Conference Asbestos
Costle Press Conference Clean Air Standards
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Costie Press Conference Diesel Powered Cars Vans and
Light Truck*
Costie Press Conference EPA/Army Corps of Engineers
Agreement
Costie Press Conference Establishment of the Regulatory
Council
Costle Press Conference FY 1979 Budget
Costle Press Conference Hazardous Chemicals Regulations
Costle Press Conference Hazardous Waste Disposal System
Costle Press Conference Hazardous Wastes Regulations
Costle Press Conference New National Air Pollution
Standard for Lead
Costle Press Conference Proposed DrinKinq Hater Standards
Costle Press Conference Proposed Hater Discharge
Regulations
Costle Press Conference Revised Ozone Standards
Costle Press Conference Seabrook Radiation Facility
Costle Press Conference Standards of Performance for New
Stationary Sources
Costle Press Conference Toxic Substances Control Act and
Recall of GM Cadillacs
Costle Press Conference Toxic Substances Control Act
Counsellor Dierdre Trip Discusses 2,4,5-T
Crisis to Crisis What Price Clean Air
DDT Contamination of Triana Alabama
Data Management and Standardization Program Feasibility
Study
Decisions at One Thousand Fathoms
Dedication of Environmental Protection Aaencvs Noise

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Enforcement Facility SandusKy Ohio
Deep Water Ports EPA Briefinq by the US Coast Guard
Delegating Management of Construction Grants Program to
States
Deputy Administrators Briefing
Domestic Information Display System EPA Applications
Dramatization of the Effectiveness of a Muffler Enclosure
in Reducing Pavement Breaker Noise
Drug Metabolism
Drug Metabolism
EEO and the Federal Manager The Counselor Program and
Complaint System
EEO and the Federal Supervisor Affirmative Action is Good
Management
EEO and the Supervisor The Legal History
EPA Awards Ceremony 1973
EPA Awards Ceremony 1974
EPA Awards Ceremony 1975
EPA Awards Ceremony 1976
EPA Budget 1980 Summary
EPA Budget 1981 Summary
EPA Budget 19S2 Briefing
EPA Conference on Women 3rd March 10-12 1975
EPA Consolidated Permit Regulations
EPA Emolovee Responsibilities and Conduct
EPA Issues and Answers
EPA Occupational Safety and Health Program
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EPA Orientation Proaram for New Employees
EPA Orientation Proaram for New Employees Reqional Offices
EPA Payroll System
EPA Small Business Proaram
EPA Source Evaluation and Selection Procedures
EPA'Summer Employment Prograift Ceremonies 1977
EPA TV Soots
EPA Mater Quality Conference Part 1
EPA Mater Quality Conference Part 2
EPA Mater Quality Conference Part 3
EPA Hater Quality Conference Part 4
EPA and the Automobile
Economy Ecoloov Labor and Environment
Eiqhteen Variations on » Theme Clean Air
Emphysema Produced by Chronic Exposure to Air Pollutants
Enercv Crisis and the Environment
Environment Preservation vs Progress
Environmental Noise Level Document
Environmental Pollution in Hispanic American Communities
Environmental Survey of Nonionizinq Radiation
Eoual Employment Opportunity Conference
Establishment of a Special Task Force for Superfund
Estuary
Face the Nation with Russell Train
Facilities Services and Support Division Briefina
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Fatal Amoebic Infections from Swimming and DrinKina Mater
Federal Buildinas Fund
Federal Employees at the White House A Conversation with
the President
Federal Register What It Is and How to Use It
Federal Wosiens Program Training Session in Mentoring  and
Networking
Field Survey and Laboratory Analyses
Fifth Estate Reports on Acid Rain
Fifth Fuel Uranium
Fifth Line of Containment Proaram 1
Fifth Line of Containment Proaram 2
First Pollution
Fliaht of the Enterprise
Food and the Consumer
For a Clean DrinK of Hater
Freedom of Information and Privacy Briefing
Friends of the Environment
From Waste to Resource
From the Editors DesK with Anne Gorsuch
Fundamental Principals of Meed Control
Futures Research in the Government Federal Panel
Geography of Cancer Health and Ecoloov Seminar Series
Getting from Here to There Findinq the Proper Tools
Gifts
Good Environment is Good Business

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Good Morning America Bomb Testinqs and Radiation Excosure
Good Morning America Inside Washington
Good Morninq America Love Canal
Good Morninq America with Douglas Costle
Gorsuch Address to EPA Eraolovees Waterside Mall
Gorsuch Press Conference Requlatorv Reform
Gorsuch Press Conference Superfund
Gorsuch Press Conference Superfund National Contingency
Plan
Gorsuch Press Conference Superfund and the Corps of
Engineers
Gorsuch PressConference Reauthorization of the Clean Air
Act
Gorsuch Report Update on House Vote of Contempt
Gorsuch Report on Subcommittee Vote on Contempt
Grants Administration Accounting and Internal Management
Grants Administration Appeals Procedure
Grants Administration Assistance Closeout
Grants Administration Consolidated Grants Joint Funded
Assistance
Grants Administration Cost Price Analysis and Cost Review
Grants Administration Deviations and Regulations
Grants Administration Douglas Costles Introduction
Grant* Administration EPA Assistance Numbering System
Grants Administration Freedom of Information
Grants Administration Grant Costs
Grants Administration Grant Related Income

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Grants Administration Grants Information and Control
System
Grants Administration Initial Processing of Grant
ProDOsals
Grants Administration Lecal and Administrative Review
Grants Administration Proarammatic Review
Grants Administration Proieet Chances
Grants Administration Proieet Officer Responsibilities
Grants Administration Property Management
Grants Administration Publications and Publicity
Grants Administration Recipient Reports
Grants Administration Record Retention Reouirements
Grants Administration Relocation Assistance Historic
Preservation Flood Insurance
Grants Administration Remedies and Noncompliance
Grants Administration Subagreements
Grants Administration The Awards Process
Grants Administration The Payment Process
Grants Administration Use of Source Materials
Great Container Mar
Greece Pollution  in an Ancient County
Grievance Process
Halocarbons and Atmospheric Fluorocarbons State of the
Art Research Seminar
Hazards  from Exposure to Toxic Chemicals in the Research
Lab
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Her Rah Women and the Work Environment
How Many Miles Per Gallon Fuel Economy Ratines
How Pesticide Users ThinK and Act
How a Reoulation is Made Office of DrinKina Water
How to Perform on TV
How to Produce a Video Taoe Program
If the Shoe Fits
ImDlementina 0KB Circular A76
Imolementinq an Inspection Maintenance proaram Some Notes
for Planners
Information Efficient
Innovative Sewer Construction Demonstration Project
Inquiry and Reporting System Advanced Seminar
International Environmental Cooperation
International Referral System
International Womens Year
Interview with Anne M Gorsueh
Interview with Clarence Hardy
Interview with Sarah Compton and William Jordan
Interview wtth Stanley M Greenfield
Interviewing Techniques for Program Evaluation
Interviews with Members of the Third National Conference
on the Interaejencv Enerav Environment R and D Proaram at
the Shorehaw Hotel Part 1
Interviews with Members of the Third National Conference
on the Interacencv Enerav Environment R and 0 Proaram at
the Shoreham Hotel Part 2

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Introduction to a Video Tape Seminar bv Grants
Administration
Introduction to a Video Tape Seminar by Grants
Administration
Introduction to the Policy and Review Elements of the
Procurement Organization
Introduction to the Procurement Organization
Investigation of the Denney Farm Site
It Your Business Chemicals Help or Hazard
Jorling Press Conference
Keeping the World Safe for Bureaucracy Crazy
Labor Relations
Labor and the Environment
Laboratory Safety and Toxic Gas Exposure
Laboratory Tests at the National Enforcement Center
Denver Colorado
Land Treatment of Municipal Hastewater A New Look, at an
Old Idea
Land Treatment of Municipal Uasteuater A New Look at an
Old Idea
Launchina Civil Service Reform Proaram Development
Conference
Launching Civil Service Reform The Senior Executive
Service
Lawmakers Environmental Standards and Toxic Waste
Lawmakers John Dincle and Clean Air
Lawmakers with Anne Gorsuch
Lets Communicate with EPA Television
Liahtinq for Video Tape Production

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LlnKaoes OPA Making Connections
Lois Gibbs and the Love Canal
Lou Grant and Toxic Wastes
MacNeil Lehrer Reoort Atlantic City Storv The Bid Gamble
MacKeil Lehrer Report Chemical Contamination
HacNeil Lehrer Report Inflation and Environmental Control
MacNeil Lehrer Report New Rules on Mater Pollution
Standards
MacNeil Lehrer Report Paying for Clean Water
HacNeil Lehrer Report Superfund
MacNeil Lehrer Report Superfund Task Force
HacNeil Lehrer Report The Clean Air Act
HacNeil Lehrer Report Times Beach and Dioxin in Missouri
Management by Objectives and Formal Planning Reporting
Systems
MaTehino of Sallv Dean
Mcdflv Quarantine Scare
Heet the Press with Doualas Costle
Messaae of Love
Messaae on Public Participation
Hinorities and the Environment
Mornino BreaK How Poisoned is America
Morninq BreaK Love Canal and Hazardous Chemical Oumoina
Motion Picture Procurement Procedures
Multiple Virtual Storaqe MVS Briefina
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NBC News Fire at Elizabeth New Jersey
NBC News Presents Han Beast and the Land
NBC News Recycling in Yoscmite National Park
NBC Today Show An EARreplaceable Problem
NBC Today Shew Carter Campaign Commercial
NSC Today Show Catalytic Converters
NBC Today Show Clearing the Air
NBC Today Show Recyclable Bottles
NBC Today Show Series on Toxic Substances
NBC Today Show Toxic Waste in Woburn Mass
NSC Today Show with Doualas Costle
NBC Today Show with Ralph Nader and Ralph Lapp
NBC Today Show with Russell Train
NBC Today Show with Russell Train
National Employees Meeting
New Look at OSHA
New Pesticide Registration Standards
Noise
Not For Women Only Clean Mater
Nova A Mediterranean Prospect
Nova Goodbye Louisiana
Nova The Insect Alternative
Nova The Water Crisis
Nova Why America Burns
Nuclear Spectrum USA Nuclear Power  in  the United States
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OSHA EPA and FDA Joint Press Conference DBCP
0 i bromochloropropane
Occupational Health Seminar Toxics in the Workplace Part 1
Occupational Health Seminar Toxics in the Workplace Part Z
Occupational Health Seminar Toxics in the Workplace Part 3
Occupational Health Seminar Toxics in the Workplace Part 4
Off Air News Excerpts Aug 24 1982-Oct 28 1982
Off Air News Excerpts Dee 16-27 1982
Off Air News Excerpts Dec 8 1982-Jan 3 1983
Off Air News Excerpts Jan 3-5 1983
Off Air News Excerpts Jan 4 1982-Aug 27 1962
Off Air News Excerpts Jan 5-10 1983
Off Air News Excerpts Jan 9-29 1983
Off Air News Excerpts Oct 28 1982-Jan 3 1983
Off Air News Transfers Apr 19 1979
Off Air News Transfers Apr 1980
Off Air News Transfers Dec 1978-Jan 1979
Off Air News Transfers Dec 1979
Off Air News Transfers Feb 14,21 1978
Off Air News Transfers Jan 19-Mar 19 1979
Off Air News Transfers Jul 1981
Off Air News Transfers Mar 19-Apr 19 1979
Off Air News Transfers May 19 1979
Off Air News Transfers May 21-22 1980
Off Air News Transfers Oct 19 1981

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Office of DrinKinq Hater Budoet Preparation
Office of Enforcement the Role of Rebuttable Presumption
Against Registration
Office of General Counsel Moot Hearing
Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response Awards
Public Emolovees Aeoreciation Day
Office of Solid Waste and Emeraencv Response Reports
Offshore Onshore
Oil Spill Briefina
On the Road
On the Road to Clean Air
On the Road with EPA
Operation STEP Spill Trainina Operation Program
Oroanies Peculation What Why How
Overseas Environmental Control
Overseas Mission
Overview of EPAs Minority Business Enterprise Program
Overview of PCBs Today Part 1 Industrial Uses
Transformers and Capacitors Health Effects
Overview of PCBs Today Part 2 EPA Ban Regulations
Disposal and Storage interim Measures
Overview of Pesticides Misuse Review Committee
Overview of Research Trianole Parks RTP Contracts
Management Division
PBS  Latenight Tragic and Frustrating Story of Toxic Sites
PCBX
PCBs in the Environment 1975 Part 1

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PCBs in the Environment 1975 Part 2
PCBs in the Environment 1975 Part 3
PCBs in the Environment 1975 Part 4
PCBs in the Environment 1975 Part 5
PCBs in the Environment 1975 Part 6
PCBs in the Environment 1975 Part 7
PM Maqazine Invisible Ravs
Panorama Cutbacks aX EPA
Panorama with Barbara Blum
Panorama with Barbara Blum and Good Morninq America with
Douglas Costle
Panorama with John DeKany
Patterns of Herbicide Use
Performance Appraisal and Pay
Performance Management System
Pesticides Product Information on Microfiche
Pesticides Product Information on Microfiche Program 2
Pesticides Registration Briefing
Phones and Managers
Plague on Our Children
Poison and Shellfish Health and Ecology Seminar
Politics of Poison
Pollution Induced Cancer in Cincinnati the Health
Officers Dilemma
Portuqal A Discussion with Marqarida Barros* Enaenheira
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Powder River Partners
Practical Guide to Sets and Props for Video Tape
Production
Presentation by COMNET for EPAs Agency Hide Data
Processina Services
Presidential Management Intern Program
Presidential Management Intern Program Training of
Panelists for Regional Screening Process
Presidential Management Intern Program Training of
Panelists for Regional Screenina Process
Presidents Environmental Youth Awards
Presidents Environmental Youth Awards 1978
Presidents Environmental Youth Awards Proaram
Presidents Proposed 1977 Budaet for EPA
Press Conference Bubble Concept
Press Conference Cancellation of the Use of Toxaphene
Press Conference FY 1982 Budaet
Press Conference President Ford Portland Oregon
Procurement Seminar for Proaram Executives Openina RemarKs
Procurement Workshop Boston Massachusetts
Proiect Safeguard
Proposed  Feedlot Peculations
Public Hearina Proposed National Interim Primary DrinKino
Water Standards
Public Hearing Proposed National Interim Primary Drinking
Mater Standards Additional Testimony
Public Trust A Look Back
Public Mater Supervision Proaram Victor Kimns Closincj

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Puttino IT All Together How EPA Can Cope with the
Uncertain Future
Quality Assurance and Environmental Programs A Challenge
to Management
Quarles Press Conference Recall of Cars Failina to Meet
Pollution Standards
Radioactive Waste Management A Survey and Analysis of
Ocean Disposal Sites
Radioactivity
Radioactivity in Drinking Hater
Reachina .People Who Need You
Rebuttable Presumption Against Registration
Rebuttable Presumption Aaainst Registration Dimethoate
Rebuttable Presumption Against Registration Lindane
Rebuttable Presumption Aaainst Registration Toxaphene
Rebuttable Presumption Process A First Decision on Endrin
Regional Office Orientation How the Office of Drinking
Mater is Organized
Registry of Tumors in Lower Animals Health and Ecology
Seminar Series
Regulators Our Invisible Government
Report on Herbicide Use in Oregon
Resource Conservation and Recovery Act 1976
Rise and Fall of the Great Lakes
Role of EPA at Three Mile Island
Role of Futures Forecasting in Policy Analyses
Role of the Scriptwriter

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Safe Drinkina Mater
Salt Harsh A Question of Values
Savinas Bond Promotional
Security Procedures for TSCA Confidential Business
Information
Security is Our Business
Seminar on Controlling Pollution from Power Plants
Senior Environmental Employment Program Awards Ceremony
1978
Senior Environmental Emolovment SEE It Is MorKina
Senior Executive Service Conversion
Set up Operation and Care of the Video Taoe System
Since Thalidomide Evaluating Drua Safety at FDA Health
and Ecology Seminar Series
Sixty Minutes Don't Go Near the Water
Sixty Minutes Hollywood on the Potomac
Sixty Minutes In Your Own Backyard
Sixty Minutes Mater Hater Everywhere
Sixty Minutes Who Killed Mr. Neary's Cows
Small Flows Program Review
Small Purchases $2500 to $10000
Socioeconomic Approaches to Residential Mater Consumption
Soil Treatment Systems for Municipal Hastewater Part 1
State of the Art Research Seminar
Soil Treatment Systems for Municipal Mastewater Part 2
State of the Art Research Seminar
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                      State of the Art Research Seminar
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Soil Treatment Systems for Municipal Mastewater Part 4
State of the Art Research Seminar
Solar Energy The Great Adventure
Song of the Canary
Sports Afield
Stage One Vapor Recovery Field Inspections
State of the Union Address President Gerald Ford
Statistical Sampling An Introduction
Superfund Briefing
Superfund List of Most Hazardous Chemical Waste Sites
Superfund Planning
Supervisors Role in Career Development
Suspension of 1977 Auto Emission Standards
Swords to Plowshares The OSV Antelope
Symposium on the United Nations Environment Programme
Technical Assistance Group Meeting
Telephone Bi11
Thermal Effluent Limits
Third National Conference on the Interagency Energy
Environment R and D Proaram Keynote Address
This Stream is Dead A Hazardous Material Incident
Those Hazy Days of Summer
Time Accountino Information System
Toxic Metals Hot Spot Survey Johnstown NY
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Authorities and Maior Activities
Toxicants in Our Raw Mater Supply The Need for an Early
Warning System
Trace Organics in Mater Part 1 Identification and
Measurement
Trace Organics in Mater Part 2 Standardized Methods
Trace Orejanics in Mater Part 3 Research Monitoring Studies
Train Kirk Press Conference Enforcement Programs
Train Opening Statement to EPA Employees
Train Press Conference
Train Press Conference 1976 Budget
Train Press Conference Air Pollution Control
Train Press Conference Confirmation by Congress
Train Press Conference Construction Grants
Train Press Conference Fuel Economy
Train Press Conference New Radiation Standards for
Nuclear Power
Train Press Conference Proposed Clean Air Amendments
Train Press Conference Results of the 80 City Drinking
Water Survey
Train Press Conference Russell Train and the Kina of
Sweden
Train Press Conference Sources of Smog
Train Press Conference Suspension of Chlordan and
Heptachlor
Train Press Conference Vinyl Chloride Air Emission
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Treflan Trvsben and Benzac Petition for Suspension
Trouble Shooter Pollution in Tulsa
Twenty Twenty Deadly Chemical Deadly Oil
Twenty Twenty The Danger Mi thin
Two Years of Progress The Resignation of Alan G KirK II
US Chronicle A Love Canal Family
US USSR Environmental Conference Closing Ceremonies
US USSR Environmental Conference Opening Ceremonies
US USSR Joint Committee Meeting on Cooperation Fourth
Annual
US USSR Press Conference
Underground Injection Control Program
Universe Changing Nuclear Waste into Glass
Universe Recycling Household Mater
Universe Stardust 80 Japans Recycling of Haste Products
Unleaded Gasoline What When Where
Upgrading Existing Activated Sludge Treatment Plants
Urban Communities and the Environment
Use of Granulated Activated Carbon for Mastewater
Treatment
Value Engineering
Vapor Recovery in San Diego County California Stage II
Video Tape Applications in the Classroom
Voices
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Hater Quality Management Workshop From Planning to
Operations
Water Quality Management Workshop Industrial Effluent
Limitations Guidelines Toxic Strategy Mid Course
Corrections Effort Pretreatment
Water Quality Management Workshop Manpower Planning
Manpower Training and Operator Certification
Water Quality Management Workshop Municipal Construction
Grants
Water Quality Management Workshop NPDES Permits WQM
Planning Interrelationships NPDES Enforcement WQM
Planning Interrelationships
Water Quality Management Workshop Non Point Source
Controls
Water Quality Manaaement Workshop Operations and
Maintenance of the Treatment Facility Facilities
Water Quality Management Workshop State and Areawide
Water Quality Management Program
Water Quality Management Workshop User Charges and
Industrial Cost Recovery
Water Quality National Coal Policy
Waterside Mall Coirplex Orientation
Wetlands A Case for Protection
Why Look at the Future
Women and Radiation Testimony from Citizens Hearings
Womens World
Working for the United States
Working for th« United States
Working for the United States Benefits You Earn
Working for the United States The Road Ahead

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000206              '  Hoi-Kino for the United States You and the Merit System
000208                MorKina for the United States Your Riohts and
                      Responsibili ti es
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3M Company!
    How to Produce a Video Tape Program
    Practical Guide to Sets and Props for Video Tape Production
    Camera Techniques for Video Tape
    Lighting for Video Tape Production
    Set up Operation and Care of the Video Tape System
    How to Perform on TV
Abbotts John;
    Fifth Line of Containment Program 1
Adams Ken!
    Oil Spill Briefing
Agee James L>
    Areawide Planning under Section 208 Developing a Working Plan
    Public Hearing Proposed National Interim Primary Drinking Hater Standards
Agency for International Development;
    Overseas Mission
Air University Television;
    Video Tape Applications in the Classroom
Albert Eddie;
    Solar Energy The Great Adventure
Albert Ray;
    Catalytic Converter An Analysis
Alexander Stew;
    Construction Grants Program Review of Bid Material
    Construction Grants Program Change Orders for Construction Contract Modification
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Alexander Stew;
    Construction Grants Program Final Inspection
Aim AlvinJ
    EPA Occupational Safety and Health Program
    Presidents Proposed 1977 Budget for EPA
    EPA Issues and Answers
    International Referral System
    Train Press Conference 1976 Budget
Almond Peggy;
    Grants Administration Deviations and Regulations
Alsa Kim!
    EPA Water Quality Conference Part 3
Alter Harvey;
    Good Horning America Inside Washington
American Bottled Water Association;
    Not For Women Only Clean Mater
American Farm Bureau;
    Agriculture and the Environment
American  Lung Association;
    Air Pollution The Facts
    On the Road to Clean Air
American Red Cross;
    Matching of Sally Dean
Anderson  Clyde!
    Computer Sciences Corporation  Presents an Overview
Anderson  Jack;
    Good  Morning America  Inside Washington
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Appropriate Community Technology Fair;
    ACT 79
    ACT Fair A Placa to Start
Arm James A;
    Small Purchases »2500 to $10000
Arthur Beard Engineers;
    Value Engineering
Arthur Young and Company;
    Management by Objectives and Formal Planning Reporting Systems
   ' Data Management and Standardization Program Feasibility Study
Atomic Industrial Forum Inc;
    Atomic Power Today Service with Safety
Audio Visual Support Branch;
    Closed Circuit TV Previews
    On the Road with EPA
    Lets Communicate with EPA Television
    On the Road
Avent Jacques;
    Urban Communities and the Environment
Back William;
    Futures Research in the Government Federal Panel
Ballinger Owight;
    Trace Organics in Hater Part 2 Standardized Methods
Bankoff Barbara;
    EPA and the Automobile
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Banks James>
    MacNeil Lehrer Report Paying for Clean Water
Barber Julian;
    Quality Assurance and Environmental Programs A Challenge to Management
Barber Walter C;
    PCBs in the Environment 1975 Part 4
    PCBs in the Environment 1975 Part 5
    Press Conference FY 1982 Budget
Barresi James!
    Areawide Planning under Section 209 Developing » Working Plan
    Areawide Planning under Section 209 The Designation Process
Barros Margarida;
    Portugal A Discussion with Margarida Barros> Engenheira Quimica
Bart  Len>
    How to Perform on TV
Beck  Chris*
    Costle Press Conference Hazardous Waste Disposal System
    MacNeil tehrer Report Atlantic City Story The Big Gamble
Beck  Eckardt C5
    Superfund Planning
Beggun Helen S>
    Grants Administration Property Management
    Construction Grants  Program Payments
    Construction Grants  Program Audits Project Closeout
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Belk Thomas;
    Underground Injection Control Program
Beltay Paul;
    Underground Injection Control Program
Benedict Robert;
    Senior Environmental Employment Program Awards Ceremony 1978
Bennett Kathleen;
    Off Air News Excerpts Jan 4 1982-Aug 27 1982
    Off Air News Excerpts Oct 28 1982-Jan 3 1983
Bertell Rosalie;
    Women and Radiation Testimony from Citizens Hearings
Beshaw George;
    Applicator Certification
Bieson Chester;
    Senior Environmental Employment Program Awards Ceremony 1978
Bingham Eula»
    New Look at OSHA
    Chronic Chemical Hazards
Birk Janice;
    Assertive Behavior Training Seminars Orientation
Blair Ann*
    Interview with Stanley M Greenfield
    Unleaded Gasoline What When Where
    How Many Miles Per Gallon Fuel Economy Ratings
    Certification of Pesticide Applicators
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Blair Ann?                                                  CONTINUATION
    Amendment to the Clean Air Act
    Thermal Effluent Limits
    from Waste to Resource
Slimline Carol;
    Assertive Behavior Training Seminars Orientation
Blum Barbara;
    2,4,5-T and the Alsea Oregon Study
    It Your Business Chemicals Help or Hazard
    Barbara Blum on Public Participation
    Presidents Environmental Youth Awards 1978
    Presidents Environmental Youth Awards Program
    Senior Environmental Employment Program Awards Ceremony 1978
    Savings Bond Promotional
    Barbara Blums Welcome to New Employees
    EPA Summer Employment Program Ceremonies 1977
    EPA Orientation Program for New Employees
    EPA Orientation Program for New Employees Regional Offices
    Black History Week 1978
    EPA Consolidated Permit Regulations
    Blum Press Conference EPA Regulatory Reform
    Blum Press Conference EPA vs Hooker Chemical Corp
    Blum Press Conference Toxic Substances
    Panorama with Barbara Blum and Good Morning America with Douglas Costle
    CBS Evening News AMC Recall
    MacNeil  Lehrer Report Inflation and Environmental Control
    CBS News Toxic Waste Sites
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Blum Barbara;                                               CONTINUATION
    Off Air News Transfers Jan 19-Mar 19 1979                                                          000471
    Off Air News Transfers May 19 1979                                                                 000474
    Panorama with Barbara Blum                                                                         000478
    Off Air News Transfers Dec 1979                                                                    000484
    Off Air News Transfers Apr 1980                                                                    000489
    Off Air News Transfers May 21-22 1980                                                              000508
Bodman George*
    Laboratory Safety and Toxic Gas Exposure                                                           000019
Boesel Andrew;
    Presidential Management Intern Program                                                             000218
Boiling Richard;
    Regulators Our Invisible Government                                                                000537
Botts Lee;
    EPA Mater Quality Conference Part 4                                                                000122
Boucher Wayne I;
    Getting from Here to There Finding the Proper Tools                                                000025
Bowyer Al;
    Construction Grants Process State Planning Process                                                 000286
    Construction Grants Process Preapplication Information                                             000287
    Construction Grants Process Step 1 Grant Application and Processing                                000288
    Construction Grants Process Facilities Plans                             .                          000289
    Construction Grants Process Work Session 2                                                         000301
    Construction Grants Program Training Program Financing Mater Pollution Control                     000331
    Construction Grants Program Introduction                                                           000332
    Construction Grants Program Infiltration Inflow, Sewer System Evaluation Survey, Rehabilitation    000340
    Construction Grants Program Supplemental Program Requirements                                      000343
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Bowyer Al;                                                  CONTINUATION
    Construction Grants Program Fundamentals of Sewage Treatment
Boykin John Bi
    Friends of the Environment
Brasier Francoise;
    Underground Injection Control Program
Brown Barbara;
    Regulators Our Invisible Government
Brown Noel!
    Symposium on the United Nations Environment Programme
Brown Robert;
    Counsellor Dierdre Trip Discusses 2»4,5-T
Browne Richard;
    Thermal Effluent Limits
Browning Jackson B;
    It Your Business Chemicals Help or Hazard
Burford Anne M Csee also Gorsuch Anne M);
    Quality Assurance and Environmental Programs A Challenge to Management
Burton Joan;
    Equal Employment Opportunity Conference
Calendra Joe;
    PCBs in the Environment 1975 Part 1
California Mater Resources Control Board;
    KacNeil Lehrer Report New Rules on Mater Pollution Standards
Campbell Alan;
    Presidential Management Intern Program
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Canadian Broadcasting Corporation;
    Fifth Estate Reports on Acid Rain
Carpenter Richard;
    PCBs in the Environment 1975 Part 7
Carter Jimmy;
    Presidents Environmental Youth Awards 1978
    Federal Employees at the White House A Conversation with the President
Carter William C;
    EPA Budget 1982 Briefing
    Press Conference FY 1982 Budget
Catalan Elizabeth;
    Women and Radiation Testimony from Citizens Hearings
Cavett Dick;
    Great Container War
Chamber of Commerce of the USA;
    It Your Business Chemicals Help or Hazard
    Environment Preservation vs Progress
    Good Morning America Inside Washington
Chang Lorraine;
    How a Regulation is Made Office of Drinking Water
Cham ing Carol;
    Presidents Environmental Youth Awards
Chase Robert C;
    Launching Civil Service Reform The Senior Executive Service
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Chase Sylvia!
    Caution Drinking Mater Hay Be Dangerous to Your Health
Chesapeake Bay Center for Environmental Studies;
    Annapolis Boy Scouts View Oil Spill Demonstration EPA News Update
Christensen Lee A>
    Soil Treatment Systems for Municipal Mastewater Part 3 State of the Art Research Seminar
Citizens Clearinghouse for Hazardous Chemical Dumping;
    Morning Break Love Canal and Hazardous Chemical Dumping
Claghorn Charlie;
    Construction Grants Program Biddability and Constructability Review
Clark C Scott;
    Health Risk to Humans Exposed to Sewage
Clark James C;
    International Referral System
Clean Lakes Program;
    Clean Lakes
Cleaveland James R!
    Zero Base Budgeting Briefing
Coats Joseph!
    Why Look at the Future
Cocozza Dick;
    Freedom of Information and Privacy Briefing
Collone Audrey!
    Womens World
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Commoner Barry;
    Off Air News Excerpts Dec 8 1982-Jan 3 1983
Compton Sarah;
    EPA Consolidated Permit Regulations
    Interview with Sarah Compton and William Jordan
Computer Network Corporation;
    Presentation by COMNET for EPAs Agency Wide Data Processing Services
    Concepts and Demonstration of ALPHA
    Multiple Virtual Storage MVS Briefing
Computer Sciences Corporation;
    Computer Sciences Corporation Presents an Overview
Congressional Research Service;
    Role of Futures Forecasting in Policy Analyses
Construction Management Division;
    Construction Grants Process Step Z Grant Application and Processing
Contracts Management Division;
    Small Purchases $2500 to $10000
    EPA Source Evaluation and Selection Procedures
    Introduction to the Policy and Review Elements of the Procurement Organization
    Accomplishments and Objectives for FY 1977 Contracts Management Division
    Introduction to the Procurement Organization
    EPA Small Business Program
    Overview of EPAs Minority Business Enterprise Program
    Overview of Research Triangle Parks RTP Contracts Management Division
    Contracts Management Cost Review and Policy Branch
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Contracts Management Division;                              CONTINUATION
    Contracts Management Division Cincinnati
Contracts Policy and Review Branch;
    Cost Analysis Workshop for Contracts and Grants
    Contracts Policy and Review
Cook Don;
    EPA Payroll System
Cook Michael B;
    Clean Mater Act 1977 Amendments OWPO Implementation Project
    Superfund Planning
Cook Robini
    Morning Break Love Canal and Hazardous Chemical Dumping
Corletta Robert Ji
    Urban Communities and the Environment
Costle Douglas;
    Presidents Environmental Youth Awards 1978
    Black History Meek 1978
    Combined Federal Campaign 1979 Douglas Costle
    Delegating Management of Construction Grants Program to States
    Grants Administration Douglas Costles Introduction
    US USSR Environmental Conference Opening Ceremonies
    US USSR Environmental Conference Closing Ceremonies
    Costle Press Conference Toxic Substances Control Act and Recall of GM Cadillacs
    Costle Press Conference Seabrook Radiation Facility
    Costle Press Conference Toxic Substances Control Act
    Costle Press Conference Hazardous Chemicals Regulations
    Costle Press Conference FY 1979 Budget
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Costle Douglas;                                             CONTINUATION
    Costle Press Conference Proposed Drinking Mater Standards
    Costle Press Conference 1979 Automobile Mileage Ratings
    Costle Press Conference Proposed Water Discharge Regulations
    Costle Press Conference Standards of Performance for New Stationary Sources
    Costle Press Conference Establishment of the Regulatory Council
    Costle Press Conference New National Air Pollution Standard for Lead
    Costle Press Conference Hazardous Hastes Regulations
    Administrator Costles Holiday Message 1978
    Costle Press Conference EPA/Army Corps of Engineers Agreement
    Costle Press Conference Asbestos
    Costle Press Conference Revised Ozone Standards
    Costle Press Conference Clean Air Standards
    Costle Press Conference Diesel Powered Cars Vans and Light Trucks
    Costle Press Conference Hazardous Waste Disposal System
    Press Conference Bubble Concept
    Procurement Seminar for Program Executives Opening Remarks
    Panorama with Barbara Blum and Good Morning America with Douglas Costle
    Mater Quality National Coal Policy
    Off Air News Transfers Feb 14,21 1978
    NBC Today Show Catalytic Converters
    NBC Today Show with Douglas Costle
    NBC Today Show Series on Toxic Substances
    Off Air News Transfers Jan 19-Mar 19 1979
    Off Air News Transfers Mar 19-Apr 19 1979
    Good Morning America with Douglas Costle
    Off Air News Transfers Apr 1980
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Costle Douglas;                                             CONTINUATION
    Meet the Press with Douglas Costle
    CBS News Ronald Reagan Visits Ohio
Cothern C Richard;
    Radioactivity
    Radioactivity in Drinking Water
Cotruvo Joseph;
    Organics Regulation What Why How
Crampton Lewis;
    Annual Report to the President The Protection of Our Environment
    Panorama Cutbacks at EPA
    NBC Today Show Toxic Waste in Woburn Mass
    MacNeil Lehrer Report Atlantic City Story The Big Gamble
    CBS News Regulations and the Regulators
    Horning Break How Poisoned is America
Crider Dale;
    Sports Afield
Cruishank Nelson;
    Senior Environmental Employment Program Awards Ceremony 1978
Currie Jim!
    Motion Picture Procurement Procedures
Cusato Mary;
    Civil Rights at EPA A New Beginning
Cuyler Clarence!
    Mater Quality Management Workshop Municipal Construction Grants
Dalton Deborah;
    Office of  Enforcement the Role of Rebuttable Presumption Against Registration
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Dammeyer John;
    EPA Source Evaluation and Selection Procedures
Danels Paul;
    Minorities and the Environment
Daniel John E;
    Annual Report to the President The Protection of Our Environment
    Combined Federal Campaign 1981
Darnay Arsen;
    From Haste to Resource
Davis Belle;
  .  Procurement Workshop Boston Massachusetts
    Grants Administration Relocation Assistance Historic Preservation Flood Insurance
Davis Swep T;
    Super-fund Planning
DeKany John!
    Panorama with John DeKany
Decker Gerald L;
    Alternatives to Litigation The National Coal Policy Project
    Water Quality National Coal Policy
Delaney Steve;
    Interviewing Techniques for Program Evaluation
Dennin Bernadine N;
    Launching Civil Service Reform The Senior Executive Service
Oesselle Frances A>
    Mater Quality Management Workshop Industrial Effluent Limitations Guidelines Toxic Strategy
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Dcsselle Frances A;                                         CONTINUATION
    Course Corrections Effort Pretreatment
DiCarlo Frederick J»
    Drug Metabolism
DiMeglio Vic;
    Construction Grants Program On Site and Interim Inspection
Dice Stephen;
    Areauide Planning under Section 208 Developing a Working Plan
    Areawide Planning under Section 208 The Designation Process
Dingle John D>
    Clean Air Act Amendments of 1977 HR 6161
    Lawmakers John Dingle and Clean Air
Dodge Bill;
    Blum Press Conference EPA Regulatory Reform
Dodson Harold;
    Combined Federal Campaign 1981
Doersch Donald E>
    Communicating with Pesticide Users
Doherty Julie;
    Portugal A Discussion with Margarida Barros, Engenheira Quimica
Donaldson Bill;
    Trace Organics  in Mater Part 1 Identification and Measurement
Dougherty Cynthia C.
    Phones and Managers
Downend Sondrai
    NBC Today Show  Carter Campaign Commercial
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Drayton William;
    Costl* Press Conference FY 1979 Budget
    EPA Budget 1980 Summary
    EPA Budget 1981 Summary
    Press Conference Bubble Concept
    EPA Budget 1982 Briefing
    Panorama Cutbacks at EPA
    CBS News Regulations and the Regulators
    Off Air News Excerpts Jan 4 1982-Aug 27 1982
Dreer Ron;
    Rebuttable Presumption Process A First Decision on Endrin
    Rebuttable Presumption Against Registration
Dudley Mary Faye;
    Annapolis Boy Scouts View Oil Spill Demonstration EPA News Update
    Presidents Environmental Youth Awards Program
Duncan Norman;
    Upgrading Existing Activated Sludge Treatment Plants
Duncan Robert D!
    2»4«5-T and the Alsea Oregon Study
Duquesne Light Company;
    HacNeil Lehrer Report Inflation and Environmental Control
Dyer Robert Si
    Radioactive Waste Management A Survey and Analysis of Ocean Disposal Sites
E Bruce Harrison Company;
    Clean Air Act Amendments of 1981
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EPA Federal Momens Program*
    Federal Momens Program Training Session in Mentoring and Networking
EPA Region 5;
    Soil Treatment Systems for Municipal Mastewater Part 1 State of the Art Research Seminar
    PCBs in the Environment 1975 Part 1
    PCBs in the Environment 1975 Part 2
    PCBs in the Environment 1975 Part 3
    PCBs in the Environment 1975 Part 4
    PCBs in the Environment 1975 Part 5
    PCBs in the Environment 1975 Part 6
    PCBs in the Environment 1975 Part 7
    Those Hazy Days of Summer
EPA Region 6;
    Keeping the World Safe for Bureaucracy Crazy
EPA Region 7 Surveillance and Analysis Division;
    Investigation of the Denney Farm Site
Easley Joseph H;
    Clean Mater Act 1977 Amendments OWPO Implementation Project
Ecolscience Inc;
    Construction Grants Process State Planning Process
    Construction Grants Process Preapplication Information
    Construction Grants Process Step 1 Grant Application and Processing
    Construction Grants Process Facilities Plans
Eidness Frederic A;
    MacNeil  Lehrer Report New Rules on Hater Pollution Standards
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Eisenhower Julia Nixon!
    CMldrens Award Ceremony                                                                           000361
Electromagnetic Radiation Analysis Branch;
    Environmental Survey of Nonionizing Radiation                                                      000097
Electronic Fund Transfers Commission;
    Getting from Here to There Finding the Proper Tools                                                000025
Eli Lilly and Company Plant Science Research;
    Fundamental Principals of Meed Control                                                             000060
Elliott Bruce;
    Overview of PCBs Today Part 1 Industrial Uses Transformers and Capacitors Health Effects           000093
    Overview of PCBs Today Part 2 EPA Ban Regulations Disposal and Storage Interim Measures            000094
Emergency Response Team EPA.
    Investigation of the Denney Farm Site                                                              000092
Encyclopedia Britannica Education Corporation;
    Salt Harsh A Question of Values                                                                    000143
Enfield Carl 6;
    Soil Treatment Systems for Municipal Wastewater Part 2 State of the Art Research Seminar           000009
    Soil Treatment Systems for Municipal Wastewater Part 3 State of the Art Research Seminar           000010
English William L;
    Grievance Process                                                                                  000240
Environment Canada;
    Contingency Planning Guidelines Public Relations at the Spill Scene                                000137
Environmental Defense Fund;
    Public Hearing Proposed National Interim Primary Drinking Water Standards Additional Testimony     000118
    Friends of the Environment                                                                         000173
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Environmental Defense Fund;                                 CONTINUATION
    Not For Women Only Clean Hater                                                                     000432
    MacNeil Lehrer Report Inflation and Environmental Control                                          000465
    MacNeil Lehrer Report New Rules on Mater Pollution Standards                                       000549
Environmental Monitoring Systems Laboratory Cincinnati;
    Trace Organics in Mater Part 2 Standardized Methods                                                000004
Environmental Monitoring Systems Laboratory Las Vegas;
    Trace Organics in Mater Part 3 Research Monitoring Studies                                         000005
Environmental Protection Agency.
    Air Pollution The Facts                                                                            000105
    On the Road to Clean Air                                                                           000106
    Implementing an Inspection Maintenance Program Some Notes for Planners                             000107
    Wetlands A Case for Protection                                                                     000144
Environmental Research Center Cincinnati>
    Pollution Induced Cancer in Cincinnati the Health Officers Dilemma                                 000001
    Fatal Amoebic Infections from Swimming and Drinking Hater                                          000030
    Health Risk to Humans Exposed to Sewage                                                            000053
    New Look at OSHA                                                                                   000054
    Hazards from Exposure to Toxic Chemicals in the Research Lab                                       000442
Environmental Research Laboratory Athens;
    Trace Organics in Hater Part 1 Identification and Measurement                                      000003
Environmental and Emergency Response Branch;
    This Stream is Dead A Hazardous Material Incident                                                  000461
Erickson Albert;
    Hater Quality Management Horkshop State and Areauide Hater Quality Management Program              000128
Ettlestein Morton;
    Hater Quality Management Horkshop Manpower Planning Manpower Training and Operator Certification   000135
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Facilities and Support Services Division;
    Federal Buildings Fund
    Facilities Services and Support Division Briefing
Federal Audio Visual Committee;
    Motion Picture Procurement Procedures
Federal Uomens Program EPA;
    Food and the Consumer
Fetnstein Diane;
    EPA Mater Quality Conference Part 1
Finch Edward;
    Civil Rights at EPA A New Beginning
Fine Marcia;
    Her Rah Women and the Work Environment
Fischer Louis;
    Freedom of Information and Privacy Briefing
Fisher Scientific Company;
    Role of the Scriptwriter
Fitzgerald Alice;
    Phones and Managers
Fletcher Donna;
    Overview of PCBs Today Part 2 EPA Ban Regulations Disposal and Storage Interim Measures
Florio James;
    MacNeil Lehrer Report Superfund
    MacNeil Lehrer Report Superfund Task Force
    Off Air News Excerpts Jan 3-5 1983
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Ford Gerald;
    Press Conference President Ford Portland Oregon                                                    000360
    State of the Union Address President Gerald Ford                                                   000586
Forsythe Edwin;
    Environment Preservation vs Progress                                                               000544
Francis Sharon;
    EPA Mater Quality Conference Part 3                                                                000121
Frans Robert E>
    Patterns of Herbicide Use                                                                          000061
Fredericks Stanley W!
    Cost Analysis Workshop for Contracts and Grants                                                    000247
Freedman Lawrence;
    Laboratory Safety and Toxic Gas Exposure                                                           000019
Freeman Russell;
    Suspension of 1977 Auto Emission Standards                                                         000367
French Ginger.
    Interview with Clarence Hardy                                                                      000237
Fund for Animals;
    Friends of the Environment                                                                         000173
Gage Steven;
    Third National Conference on the Interagency Energy Environment R and D Program Keynote Address    000027
    Role of EPA at Three Mile Island                                                                   000042
    Fifth Estate Reports on Acid Rain                                                                  000480
Gallogly William;
    Role of EPA at Three Mile Island                                                                   000042
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Gardenier Turkan;
    Domestic Information Display System EPA Applications
General Mills Inc.
    CMldrens Award Ceremony
General Services Administration Office of the Federal;
    Federal Register What It Is and How to Use It
Gerken Kenneth L;
    Implementing OMB Circular A76
Gervais Bob;
    Grants Administration Grant Costs
Gibbs  Lois;
    Plague on Our Children
    Morning Break Love Canal and Hazardous Chemical Dumping
    700 Club Battle of Clinton County Ohio
    Off Air News Excerpts Jan 4 1982-Aug 27 1982
Godwin Laraond;
    Senior Environmental Employment Program Awards Ceremony 1978
Sore Albert;
    It Your Business Chemicals Help or Hazard
Gorsuch Anne M (see also Burford Anne M)»
    Annual Report to the President The Protection of Our Environment
    Civil Rights at EPA A New Beginning
    Gorsuch Address to EPA Employees Waterside Mall
    Anne Gorsuch on Channel 11 News
    Gorsuch Press Conference Superfund National Contingency Plan
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Gorsuch Anne M (see also Burford Anne M);                   CONTINUATION
    Gorsuch Press Conference Superfund
    Gorsuch PressConference Reauthorization of the Clean Air Act
    Gorsuch Press Conference Superfund and the Corps of Engineers
    Gorsuch Press Conference Regulatory Reform
    Off Air News Transfers Oct 19 1981
    Lawmakers with Anne Gorsuch
    NBC Today Shot* Clearing the Air
    From the Editors Desk with Anne Gorsuch
    ABC Nightline Anne Gorsuch and the Environment
    Off Air News Excerpts Dec 16-27 1982
    Off Air News Excerpts Oct 26 1982-Jan 3 1983
    Off Air News Excerpts Dec 8 1982-Jan 3 1983
    Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response Awards Public Employees Appreciation Day
    Performance Management System
    Interview with Anne H Gorsuch
    Gorsuch Report on Subcommittee Vote on Contempt
    Gorsuch Report Update on House Vote of Contempt
Graham Larry;
    How a Regulation is Made Office of Drinking Mater
    Interviewing Techniques for Program Evaluation
    Radioactivity in Drinking Mater
    Underground Injection Control Program
    Greece Pollution in an Ancient County
    Portugal A Discussion with Margarijda Barros> Engenheira Quimica
Grant Sharon;
    Federal Momens Program Training Session in Mentoring and Networking
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Grants Administration Division!
    Introduction to a Video Tape Seminar by Grants Administration
    Grants Administration Use of Source Materials
    Grants Administration Project Officer Responsibilities
    Grants Administration Initial Processing of Grant Proposals
    Grants Administration EPA Assistance Numbering System
    Grants Administration Grants Information and Control System
    Grants Administration Legal and Administrative Review
    Grants Administration Programmatic Review
    Grants Administration Grant Costs
    Grants Administration The Awards Process
    Grants Administration The Payment Process
    Grants Administration Subagreements
    Grants Administration Cost Price Analysis and Cost Review
    Grants Administration Relocation Assistance Historic Preservation Flood Insurance
    Grants Administration Accounting and Internal Management
    Grants Administration Project Changes
    Grants Administration Publications and Publicity
    Grants Administration Freedom of Information
    Grants Administration Grant Related Income
    Grants Administration Property Management
    Grants Administration Deviations and Regulations
    Grants Administration Recipient Reports
    Grants Administration Record Retention Requirements
    Grants Administration Assistance Closeout
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Grants Administration Division;                             CONTINUATION
    Grants Administration Remedies and Noncompliance
    Grants Administration Appeals Procedure
    Grants Administration Consolidated Grants Joint Funded Assistance
    Grants Administration Douglas Costles Introduction
    Introduction to a Video Tape Seminar by Grants Administration
Gray Edward;
    Freedom of Information and Privacy Briefing
Green Fi tzhugh >
    Overseas Environmental Control
Greenberg Sally HJ
    Launching Civil Service Reform The Senior Executive Service
Greene Alexander J;
    Grants Administration Programmatic Review
    Grants Administration Consolidated Grants Joint Funded Assistance
    Introduction to a Video Tape Seminar by Grants Administration
Greenfield Stanley M»
    Interview with Stanley M Greenfield
Greenstreet Willis;
    Zero Base Budgeting Briefing
    Computer Sciences Corporation Presents an Overview
Gregory Dolores;
    Pesticides Registration Briefing
Griffith Jack;
    2»4.5-T and the Alsea Oregon Study
Groszyk Halter;
    Mater Quality Management Workshop State and Areawide Hater Quality Management Program
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Guarino Carmen;
    Not For Women Only Clean Hater
Gunter Bill;
    Overview of PCBs Today Part 1 Industrial Uses Transformers and Capacitors Health Effects
Gwynn John A;
    Grants Administration Recipient Reports
Haas Peter H>
    Launching Civil Service Reform The Senior Executive Service
Hageman Fred;
    Rebuttable Presumption Against Registration Toxaphene
    Rebuttable Presumption Against Registration Lindane
Hahn Halter;
    Role of Futures Forecasting in Policy Analyses
Haley Neil;
    Zero Base Budgeting Briefing
Hall Chris;
    Off Air News Excerpts Jan 3-5 1983
Halladay Whitney;
    Operation STEP Spill Training Operation Program
Hambrick Donald;
    Contracts Management Cost Review and Policy Branch
Hamel Scott;
    Multiple Virtual Storage MVS Briefing
Handley Mike;
    Presidents Environmental Youth Awards Program
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Hanks Fred;
    MacNeil Lehrer Report Chemical Contamination
Hanneman Richard;
    MacNeil Lehrer Report Superfund Task Force
Hansen Paul;
    Off Air News Excerpts Oct 28 1982-Jan 3 1983
Hanst Philip L;
    Halocarbons and Atmospheric Fluorocarbons State of the Art Research Seminar
Harder Ross;
    Grants Administration Grants Information and Control System
Hardy Clara;
    Women and Radiation Testimony from Citizens Hearings
Hardy Clarence;
    Interview with Clarence Hardy
    Grievance Process
Hardy Martha;
    Women and Radiation Testimony from Citizens Hearings
Harker Suzanne;
    Treflan Trysben and Benzac Petition for Suspension
Harlin Curtis C;
    Soil Treatment Systems for Municipal Mastewater Part 1 State of the Art Research Seminar
    Soil Treatment Systems for Municipal Mastewater Part 4 State of the Art Research Seminar
Harris Robert;
    Public Hearing Proposed National Interim Primary Drinking Mater Standards
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Harris Robert;                                              CONTINUATION
    Not For Women Only Clean Mater
Harshberger John C»
    Registry of Tumors in Lower Animals Health and Ecology Seminar Series
Hart Glen D;
    Value Engineering
Haugh LcRoy;
    Motion Picture Procurement Procedures
Hausmann Ronald C>
    Rebuttable Presumption Process A First Decision on Endrin
Hawkins David G;
    Press Conference Bubble Concept
    MacNeil Lehrer Report The Clean Air Act
    Regulators Our Invisible Government
Hawley Bruce;
    Agriculture and the Environment
Health Effects Research Laboratory Cincinnati;
    Soil Treatment Systems for Municipal Wastewater Part 2 State of the Art Research Seminar
    Soil Treatment Systems for Municipal Wastewater Part 4 State of the Art Research Seminar
    Emphysema Produced by Chronic Exposure to Air Pollutants
Heare Stevei
    Mater Quality Management Workshop Industrial Effluent Limitations Guidelines Toxic Strategy
    Course Corrections Effort Pretreatment
Heckleman Robert;
    Interview!no Technioues for Proaram Evaluation
Hedeman William NJ
    Gorsuch Press Conference Superfund National Contingency Plan
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Hedeman William N;                                          CONTINUATION
    Off Air News Excerpts Aug 24 1982-Oct 28 1982
    Off Air News Excerpts Oct 28 1982-Jan 3 1983
    MacNeil Lehrer Report Times Beach and Dioxin in Missouri
Heffner Richard D;
    From the Editors Desk with Anne Gorsuch
Heier Albert;
    Agriculture and the Environment
Heikka Richard!
    Areawide Planning under Section 208 Developing a Working Plan
    Areawide Planning under Section 208 The Designation Process
Hill Bonnie;
    Plague on Our Children
    Report on Herbicide Use in Oregon
Hinkle Maureen;
    Friends of the Environment
Hoft Harrison H;
    Federal Buildings Fund
Hollis John;
    Environmental Survey of Nonionizing Radiation
Hoover Robert;
    Geography of Cancer Health and Ecology Seminar Series
Hopkins Harold;
    Grants Administration Project Officer Responsibilities
    Introduction to a Video Tape Seminar by Grants Administration
Horn Edwin C;
    Hater Quality Management Workshop User Charges and Industrial Cost Recovery
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Horowitz Howard;
    2i4t5-T Oregon Conifer Project
Norton John P5
    Combined Federal Campaign 1982 Results and Christmas Message
    Combined Federal Campaign 1981
    Phones and Managers
    Telephone Bill
    Off Air News Excerpts Jan 4 1982-Aug 27 1982
    Clean Up at Waterside Mall
Huemmer Jim;
    Overview of PCBs Today Part 1 Industrial Uses Transformers and Capacitors Health Effects
    Overview of PCBs Today Part 2 EPA Ban Regulations Disposal and Storage Interim Measures
Hunt Daniel;
    Poison and Shellfish Health and Ecology Seminar
Hunt Everette C;
    EPA Small Business Program
    Overview of EPAs Minority Business Enterprise Program
Hunter Marvin;
    Security is Our Business
Kurd Merna;
    Areawide Planning under Section 208 Developing a Working Plan
    Areawide Planning under Section 208 The Designation Process
Information Systems Development Branch;
    Domestic Information Display System EPA Applications
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Izrael Yuriy A;
    US USSR Environmental Conference Opening Ceremonies
    US USSR Environmental Conference Closing Ceremonies
    US USSR Joint Committee Meeting on Cooperation Fourth Annual
Izzak Ma1ton League of America;
    Friends of the Environment
Jackson Ben;
    EPA and the Automobile
Jackson Lynn!
    Futures Research in the Government Federal Panel
Jaeger Bruce;
    Portugal A Discussion with Margarida Barrosi Engenheira Quimica
James Caroll;
    Fifth Line of Containment Program 1
    Fifth Line of Containment Program 2
Janes David Ei
    Environmental Survey of Nonionizing Radiation
Janice Jim;
    Management by Objectives and Formal Planning Reporting Systems
Jellinek Steven;
    Security Procedures for TSCA Confidential Business Information
    Security is Our Business
    Costle Press Conference Toxic Substances Control Act
    Report on  Herbicide Use in Oregon
    ABC Twenty Twenty  Hidden Poison
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Jellinek Steven;                                            CONTINUATION
    Off Air News Transfers Pec 1978-Jan 1979
Jenkins Ed;
    Equal Employment Opportunety Conference
Johnson Charles;
    MacNeil Lehrer Report Chemical Contamination
Johnson Edwin;
    Applicator Certification
  4
    Time Accounting Information System
    OSHA EPA and FDA Joint Press Conference DBCP Dibromochloropropane
    Politics of Poison
    Medfly Quarantine Scare
    ABC and NBC Evening News Pesticides
Johnson 6 Patrick;
    Putting It All Together How EPA Can Cope with the Uncertain Future
Johnson James M;
    Interviewing Techniques for Program Evaluation
Johnson Susan;
    MacNeil Lehrer Report Times Beach and Dioxin in Missouri
Joint Center for Urban and Environmental Studies;
    Minorities and the Environment
Jones Fred;
    Not For Women Only Clean Hater
Jones Richard;
    Deep Mater Ports EPA Briefing by the US Coast Guard
Jordan Mi Hi am;
    Thermal Effluent Limits
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Jordan William;                                             CONTINUATION
    Interview with Sarah Compton and William Jordan
Jorling Thomas C;
    Message on Public Participation
    Delegating Management of Construction Grants Program to States
    Jorling Press Conference
    Costle Press Conference Hazardous Chemicals Regulations
    Costle Press Conference Proposed Drinking Mater Standards
    Costle Press Conference Hazardous Hastes Regulations
    Blum Press Conference Toxic Substances
Kaler Frank;
    PBS Latenight Tragic and Frustrating Story of Toxic Sites
Karegearvnes Peter;
    International Environmental Cooperation
Karkanen Miriam;
    Women and Radiation Testimony from Citizens Hearings
Katz Gary;
    Grants Administration Publications and Publicity
    Grants Administration Record Retention Requirements
Kaufman Hugh;
    700 Club Battle of Clinton County Ohio
    Sixty Minutes In Your Own Backyard
    Off Air News Excerpts Aug 24 1982-Oct 28 1982
    Off Air News Excerpts Jan 5-10  1963
    C-SPAN Live Call In Interview with Hugh Kaufman
Kayajanian Gary;
    Treflan Trysben and Benzac Petition for Suspension
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Kelly Marion;
    Grants Administration EPA Assistance Numbering System*
Kelsey Frances;
    Since Thalidomide Evaluating Drug Safety at FDA Health and Ecology Seminar Series
Kennedy Donald;
    Chronic Chemical Hazards
Kenny Luellai
    US Chronicle A Love Canal Family
Keshkesh Steffan;
    Nova A Mediterranean Prospect
Kimbrough Renatei
    PCBs in the Environment 1975 Part 1
Ximra Victor J;
    Toxicants in Our Raw Mater Supply The Need for an Early Warning System
    Organics Regulation What Why How
    Public Mater Supervision Program Victor Kimms Closing Remarks
    EPA Consolidated Permit Regulations
    Not For Women Only Clean Mater
Kinney Robert E>
    Childrens Award Ceremony
Kinney Terry B;
    Launching Civil Service Reform The Senior Executive Service
Kirk Alan G;
    Train Kirk Press Conference Enforcement Programs
    For a Clean Drink of Mater
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Kirk Alan 6;                                                CONTINUATION
    Two Years of Progress The Resignation of Alan G Kirk II                                            000363
Klingman Glen C;
    Fundamental Principals of Heed Control                                                             000060
Knake Ellery L>
    How Pesticide Users Think and Act                                                                  000062
Knox Robert*
    Civil Rights at EPA A New Beginning                                                                000201
Konz Ken!
    Construction Grants Program Audits Project Closeout                                                0003*6
Kramer Edward;
    Mater Quality Management Workshop NPDES Permits WQM Planning Interrelationships NPDES Enforcement
    WQM Plannino Interrelationships                                                                    000134
Kriessel Jim;
    Small Flows Proaram Review                                                                         000006
Krivak Joseph A;
    Mater Quality Manaaement Workshop Non Point Source Controls                                        000132
Kuntz Glen*
    Overview of PCBs Today Part 2 EPA Ban Regulations Disposal and Storaoe Interim Measures            000094
Kuroda Donna R>
    Rebuttable Presumption Against Registration Dimethoate                                             000072
Lackey Curt;
    Multiple Virtual Storaae MVS Briefina                                                              000260
Lafser Fred;
    MacNeil Lehrer  Report Times Beach and Dioxin  in Missouri                                           000575
Lamm Frank?
    Areawide Planning  under Section  208 Developing a Working Plan                                      000113

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Lamm Frank;                                                 CONTINUATION
    Areawide Planning under Section 208 The-Designation Process
Lampel Howard J;
    Oil Spill Briefing
Landers Bob;
    Oil Spill Briefing
Lapp Ralph;
    Fifth Line of Containment Program 1
    Fifth Line of Containment Program 2
    NBC Today Show with Ralph Nader and Ralph Lapp
Lavelle Rita M;
    Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response Reports
    Off Air News Excerpts Dec 8 1982-Jan 3 1983
    Off Air News Excerpts Jan 3-5 1983
    Off Air News Excerpts Jan 5-10 1983
    Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response Awards Public Employees Appreciation Day
Lawler Edward;
    Performance Appraisal and Pay
League of Women Voters;
    Regulators Our Invisible Government
Leff Arnold M;
    Pollution Induced Cancer in Cincinnati the Health Officers Dilemma
Legrow Stanley;
    Dedication of Environmental Protection Agencys Noise Enforcement Facility SandusKy Ohio
Leighton Richard;
    NBC Today Show Toxic Haste in Moburn Mass
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Lennett David;
    MacNeil Lehrer Report Superfund
Lesher Richard;
    It Your Business Chemicals Help or Hazard
    Environment Preservation vs Progress
Leyland Mary;
    Construction Grants Process Federal Payment Procedure
Libby Kathie;
    EPA Conference on Women 3rd March 10-12 1975
    Presidential Management Intern Program
    Presidential Management Intern Program Training of Panelists for Regional Screening Process
Lilly Fred;
    Management by Objectives and Formal Planning Reporting Systems
Lindner Gavin;
    Construction Grants Program Grants Information and Control System
Little Dennis;
    Futures Research in the Government Federal Panel
Liverman James L;
    Operation STEP Spill Training Operation Program
Livingston Richard;
    Greece Pollution in an Ancient County
Logsdon Joseph E»
    Fifth Line of Containment Program. 2
Long Donald;
    EPA Mater Quality Conference Part 2
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Long Judy;
    Radioactivity in Drinking Mater
Longest Henry Li
    MacNeil Lehrer Report Paying for Clean Hater
Lorentz Jack;
    Friends of the Environment
Lowrance Silvia K;
    Superfund Planning
Luken Thomas A»
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    Safe Drinking Mater
Lynch Dennis;
    Off Air News Excerpts Dec 8 1982-Jan 3 1983
Malmberg Kenneth B;
    Coke Oven Emissions Pittsburgh and Birmingham
Management Analysis Center;
    Zero Base Budgeting Briefing
Management Information and Data Systems Division!
    Zero Base Budgeting Briefing
    Presentation by COMNET for EPAs Agency Hide Data Processing Services
    Concepts and Demonstration of ALPHA
    Computer Sciences Corporation Presents an Overview
    Data Management and Standardization Program Feasibility Study
    Multiple Virtual Storage MVS Briefing
    Inquiry and Reporting System Advanced Seminar
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Manning Leei
    Multiple Virtual Storage MVS Briefing
Mannion Jack;
    Organics Regulation What Why How
    Regional Office Orientation How the Office of Drinking Mater is Organized
    Office of Drinking Mater Budget Preparation
Markham George;
    Construction Grants Program Role of Regional Inspectors
Marsh Langdon;
    KacNeil Lehrer Report Chemical Contamination
Marshall ECi
    Public Trust A Look Back
Martin Paul A;
    Introduction to the Policy and Review Elements of the Procurement Organization
    Accomplishments and Objectives for FY 1977 Contracts Management Division
    Contracts Policy and Review
    Procurement Workshop Boston Massachusetts
Martin Steve;
    Freedom of Information and Privacy Briefing
Marvin Sam;
    Statistical Sampling An Introduction
Masse Arthur N;
    Use of Granulated Activated Carbon for Hastewater Treatment
Mathis William E;
    Introduction to the Procurement Organization
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Matrazzo Donna;
    Role of the Scriptwriter
Matthews ODormaS
    Food and the Consumer
Mauzy Mike;
    Delegating Management of Construction Grants Program to States
Mavridis Chris;
    Greece Pollution in an Ancient County
Mazzocchi Anthony;
    Economy Ecology Labor and Environment
McCabe Michael;
    Off Air News Transfers Apr 1980
McCallum Ron!
    Civil Rights at EPA A New Beginning
McCarthy Jim;
    Seminar on Controlling Pollution from Power Plants
McCarthy Mary;
    EPA Summer Employment Program Ceremonies 1977
McCloy Bill;
    Motion Picture Procurement Procedures
McCormick Pat;
    Urban Communities and the Environment
McDonell Mike;
    Labor and the Environment
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McGarity Torn;
    Rebuttable Presumption Against Registration Toxaphene
McKenzie Jake;
    Rebuttable Presumption Against Registration Lindane
McMoran Scott;
    Grants Administration Project Changes
Meadows Fred;
    Grants Administration Legal and Administrative Review
    Grants Administration Cost Price Analysis and Cost Review
    Introduction to a Video Tape Seminar by Grants Administration
Meek James W;
    Mater Quality Management Workshop From Planning to Operations
Melloan George;
    From the Editors Desk with Anne Gorsuch
Mesumet Inc.
    Those Hazy Days of Summer
Meyer Alvin F;
    Environmental Noise Level Document
Meyers Shelton;
    Resource Conservation and Recovery Act 1976
Mihail Emma;
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Killer Leonard!
    EPA Consolidated Permit Regulations
Mi now Nell;
    Grants Administration Appeals Procedure
Mobile Source Air Pollution Control;
    How Many Miles Per Gallon Fuel Economy Ratings
    Catalytic Converter An Analysis
Mobile Source Enforcement Division;
    Unleaded Gasoline What Khen Where
    Stage One Vapor Recovery Field Inspections
Moffett Toby;
    Good Morning America Inside Washington
Molitor Graham;
    Applications of Futures Research a Corporate Example
Moore Jim;
    EPA Mater Quality Conference Part 2
    EPA Hater Quality Conference Part 3
Morse General;
    Costle Press Conference EPA/Army Corps of Engineers Agreement
Moskowitz Susan;
    Radioactivity in Drinking Hater
Moss Lawrence I;
    Alternatives to Litigation The National Coal Policy Project
    Hater Quality National Coal Policy
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Mudd Sidney;
    NBC Today Show Recyclable Bottles
Mulderick Ray;
    Urban Communities and the Environment
Municipal Construction Division;
    Delegating Management of Construction Grants Program to States
    Construction Grants Process Role of the Federal Government
    Construction Grants Program EPA Regulations Guidance and Procedures
    Construction Grants Process State Planning Process
    Construction Grants Process Preapplication Information
    Construction Grants Process Step 1 Grant Application and Processing
    Construction Grants Process Facilities Plans
    Construction Grants Process Construction Contract Documents
    Construction Grants Process Step 3 Grant Application and Procei.i.-ig
    Construction Grants Process Award of Construction Contracts
    Construction Grants Program Project Changes Contract Modifications Change Orders
    Construction Grants Process Construction Implementation
    Construction Grants Process Audit
    Construction Grants Process Federal Payment Procedure
    Construction Grants Process Program Management
    Construction Grants Process Construction Grant Numbering
    Construction Grants Process Work Session 1
    Construction Grants Process Work Session 2
Municipal Operations and Training Division;
    Water Quality Management Workshop State and Areawide Mater Quality Management Program
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Municipal Operations and Training Division!                 CONTINUATION
    Mater Quality Management Workshop Municipal Construction Grants                                    000129
    Mater Quality Management Workshop Operations and Maintenance of the Treatment Facility Facilities  000130
    Mater Quality Management Workshop User Charges and Industrial Cost Recovery                        000131
    Mater Quality Management Workshop Non Point Source Controls                                        000132
    Mater Quality Management Workshop Industrial Effluent Limitations Guidelines Toxic Strategy Mid
    Course Corrections Effort Pretreatment      .                                                       000133
    Mater Quality Manaaement Workshop NPDES Permits MQM Plannina Interrelationships NPOES Enforcement
    WQM Planning Interrelationships                                                                    000134
    Mater Quality Management Workshop Manpower Planning Manpower Training and Operator Certification   000135
    Mater Quality Management Workshop From Planning to Operations                                      000136
Murray Frank Xi
    Alternatives to Litigation The National Coal Policy Project                                        000174
Murray Mark;
    EEO and the Federal Supervisor Affirmative Action is Good Management                               000228
    EEO and the Supervisor The Legal History                                                           000229
    EEO and the Federal Manager The Counselor Program and Complaint System                             000230
Muszynski Bill;
    Construction Grants Program Grant Conditions 04M Manual Review Plan of Operation Review            000344
    Construction Grants Program On Site and Interim Inspection                                         000347
Nader Ralph;
    NBC Today Show with Ralph Nader and Ralph Lapp                                                     000430
    Not For Women Only Clean Mater                                                                     000432
National Cancer Institute;
    Geography of Cancer Health and Ecology Seminar Series                                              000016
National Enforcement Center Denver;
    Laboratory Tests at the National Enforcement Center Denver Colorado                                000048
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National Environmental Research Center?
    Upgrading Existing Activated Sludge Treatment Plants
National Film Board of Canada;
    Rise and Fall of the Great Lakes
National Institute of Government Purchasing;
    Buy Quiet
    Buy Quiet Government Purchasing
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration!
    Estuary
National Science Foundation;
    Putting It All Together How EPA Can Cope with the Uncertain Future
    ACT Fair A Place to Start
National Solid Waste Management Association;
    MacNeil Lehrer Report Chemical Contamination
    MacNei1 Lehrer Report Superfund Task Force
National Urban League;
    Minorities and the Environment
Natural Resources Defense Council;
    Approach to Feedlot Order
Neary George;
    Sixty Minutes Who Killed Mr. Neary"s Cows
Nelley Mary Lou>
    Data Management and Standardization Program Feasibility Study
New York State Department of Environmental Conservation;
    MacNeil Lehrer Report Chemical Contamination
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Nichol Henry 6;
    Regulators Our Invisible Government
Nicholson Joan;
    Black History Week 1978
Nielsen Leslie;
    Message of Love
Niemiec Peter;
   overview of PCBs Today Part 2 EPA Ban Regulations Disposal and Storage Interim Measures
Noise Enforcement Test Facility;
    Dedication of Environmental Protection Agencys Noise Enforcement Facility Sandusky Ohio
Norton Gene;
    NBC Today Show Recyclable Bottles
Norton Henry!
    Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response Reports
Nosenchuck Norman;
    Construction Grants Process Role of the Federal Government
    Construction Grants Program EPA Regulations Guidance and Procedures
    Construction Grants Process Construction Contract Documents
    Construction Grants Process Award of Construction Contracts
    Construction Grants Process Construction Implementation
OMara Gerald;
    Treflan Trysben and Benzac Petition for Suspension
Occupational Safety and Health Administration!
    New Look at OSHA
    OSHA EPA and FDA Joint Press Conference DBCP Dibromochloropropane
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Occupational Safety and Health Administration;              CONTINUATION
    Chronic Chemical Hazards
Occupational Safety and Health Staff;
    Laboratory Safety and Toxic Gas Exposure
Office of Administration;
    Phones and Managers
    Telephone Bill
Office of Air Land and Hater Use*
    Trace Orgames in Mater Part 1 Identification and Measurement
    Trace Organies in Mater Part 2 Standardized Methods
    Trace Organics in Hater Part 3 Research Monitoring Studies
    Halocarbons and Atmospheric Fluorocarbons State of the Art Research Seminar
    Soil Treatment Systems for Municipal Wastewatcr Part 1 State of the Art Research Seminar
    Soil Treatment Systems for Municipal Hastewater Part 2 State of the Art Research Seminar
    Soil Treatment Systems for Municipal Hastewater Part 3 State of the Art Research Seminar
    Soil Treatment Systems for Municipal Uastewater Part 4 State of the Art Research Seminar
    Socioeconomic Approaches to Residential Hater Consumption
Office of Audit;
    Audit Conference St Louis
Office of Civil Rights;
    Civil Rights at EPA A New Beginning
    Equal Employment Opportunity Conference
    Black History Week. 1978
Office of Drinking Hater;
    Organics Regulation What Why How
    Regional Office Orientation How  the Office of Drinking Hater is Organized
    Office  of Drinking Hater Budget  Preparation
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Office of Drinking Water;                                   CONTINUATION
    How a Regulation is Made Office of Drinking Mater
    Public Mater Supervision Program Victor Kimms Closing Remarks
    Interviewing Techniques for Program Evaluation
    Radioactivity
    Radioactivity in Drinking Mater
    Underground Injection Control Program
Office of Education and Manpower Planning;
    EPA Payroll System
Office of Enforcement and General Counsel;
    Two Years of Progress The Resignation of Alan G Kirk II
Office of Enforcement;
    Approach to Feedlot Order
    Proposed Feedlot Regulations
    Office of Enforcement the Role of Rebuttable Presumption Against Registration
    Overview of Pesticides Misuse Review Committee
Office of Federal Procurement Policy.
    Implementing OMB Circular A76
Office of Financial Management;
    Statistical Sampling An Introduction
Office of General Counsel;
    Rebuttable Presumption Process A First Decision on Endrin
    Office of General Counsel Moot Hearing
Office of Hazardous Emergency Response;
    Superfund Briefing
Office of International Activities;
    Pesticides Registration Briefing
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Office of International Activities;                         CONTINUATION
    Greece Pollution in an Ancient County
    Portugal A Discussion with Margarida Barros, Engenheira Quimica
Office of Land Use Coordination;
    Confronting the Multifold Trend Public Policy Planning Imperatives for the Next 25 Years
    Why Look at the Future
    Applications of Futures Research a Corporate Example
    Role of Futures Forecasting in Policy Analyses
    Futures Research in the Government Federal Panel
    Getting from Here to There Finding the Proper Tools
    Putting It All Together How EPA Can Cope with the Uncertain Future
Office of Mobile Source Enforcement;
    Vapor Recovery in San Diego County California Stage II
Office of Noise Abatement and Control;
    Dramatization of the Effectiveness of a Muffler Enclosure in Reducing Pavement Breaker Noise
Office of Noise Control Programs;
    Environmental Noise Level Document
Office of Pesticide Programs Operations Division;
    Certification of Pesticide Applicators
Offit-e of Pesticide Programs Technical Services Division;
    Pesticides Product Information on Microfiche
    Pesticides Product Information on Microfiche Program 2
Office of Pesticide Programs;
    Fundamental Principals of Heed Control
    Patterns of Herbicide Use
    How  Pesticide Users Think and Act
    Communicating with Pesticide  Users
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Office of Pesticide Programs;                               CONTINUATION
    Rebuttable Presumption Process A First Decision on Endrin
    Rebuttable Presumption Against Registration Toxaphene
    Rebuttable Presumption Against Registration Lindane
    Treflan Trysben and Benzac Petition for Suspension
    Rebuttable Presumption Against Registration Dimethoate
    Applicator Certification
    2,4,5-T and the Alsea Oregon Study
    Time Accounting Information System
  >  OSHA EPA and FDA Joint Press Conference DBCP Dibromochloropropane
Office of Pesticides and Toxic Substances;
    Occupational Health Seminar Toxics in the Workplace Part 1
    Occupational Health Seminar Toxics in the Workplace Part 2
    Occupational Health Seminar Toxics in the Workplace Part 3
    Occupational Health Seminar Toxics in the Workplace Part 4
    Good Environment is Good Business
    Press Conference Cancellation of the Use of Toxaphene
Office of Public Affairs;
    Interview with Stanley H Greenfield
    Unleaded Gasoline What When Where
    Project Safeguard
    Amendment to the Clean Air Act
    Thermal Effluent Limits
    Children* Award Ceremony
    Suspension of 1977 Auto Emission Standards
    Gifts
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Office of Public Awareness;
    Minorities and the Environment
    Economy Ecology Labor and Environment
    Labor and the Environment
    Environmental Pollution in Hispanic American Communities
    Friends of the Environment
    Alternatives to Litigation The National Coal Policy Project
    Agriculture and the Environment
    Urban Communities and the Environment
    Presidents Environmental Youth Awards 1978
    Presidents Environmental Youth Awards
    EPA and the Automobile
    Linkages OPA Making Connections
    Eighteen Variations on a Theme Clean Air
    EPA Consolidated Permit Regulations
    Voices
Office of Radiation Programs!
    Radioactive Waste Management A Survey and Analysis of Ocean Disposal Sites
    Environmental Survey of Nonionizing Radiation
    Field Survey and Laboratory Analyses
    Fifth Line of Containment Program J,
    Fifth Line of Containment Program 2
Office of Research and Development;
    Controls on Research and Development
    Small Flows Program Review
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Office of Research and Development;                         CONTINUATION
    Poison and Shellfish Health and Ecology Seminar
    Geography of Cancer Health and Ecology Seminar Series -
    Registry of Tumors in Lower Animals Health and Ecology Seminar Series
    Since Thalidomide Evaluating Drug Safety at FDA Health and Ecology Seminar Series
    Land Treatment of Municipal Mastewater A New Look at an Old Idea
    Land Treatment of Municipal Masteuater A New Look at an Old Idea
Office of Solid Waste Management Programs;
    From Waste to Resource
Office of Solid Waste Management;
    Barbara Blum on Public Participation
Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response;
    Office of Solid Haste and Emergency Response Reports
    Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response Awards Public Employees Appreciation Day
Office of Solid Waste;
    Resource Conservation and Recovery Act 1976
Office of Special Pesticide Review!
    Rebuttable Presumption Against Registration
Office of Technical Analysis;
    Proposed Feedlot Regulations
Office of Testing and Evaluation;
    Drug Metabolism
    Drug Metabolism
    Benzene Effects on Blood and Reproduction
Office of Toxic Substances Industry Assistance Office;
    Toxic Substances Control Act An Overview of Its Authorities and Major Activities
    Overview of PCBs Today Part 1 Industrial Uses Transformers and Capacitors Health Effects
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Office of Toxic Substances Industry Assistance Office;      CONTINUATION
    Overview of PCBs Today Part 2 EPA Ban Regulations Disposal and Storage Interim Measures
Office of Toxic Substances;
    Security is Our Business
    2»4»5-T Oregon Conifer Project
Office of Mater Enforcement;
    EPA Consolidated Permit Regulations
    Interview with Sarah Compton and Hi Hiam Jordan
Office of Hater Planning and Standards;
    Clean Lakes Program Section 314
Office of Hater Programs Operation;
    Clean Hater Act 1977 Amendments OUPO Implementation Project
Office of Hater Programs;
    Toxic Metals Hot Spot Survey Johnstown NY
Office of Hater Supply;
    Not For Women Only Clean Hater
Office of Hater and Hazardous Materials;
    Areawide Planning under Section 208 Developing a Working Plan
    Areawide Planning under Section 208 The Designation Process
    Message on Public Participation
    Estuary
Office of Hater and Haste Management;
    Superfund Planning
Offutt Carolyn;
    Good Environment  is Good Business
Ohio  River Valley Mater Sanitation Commission;
    MacNeil  Lehrer Report New Rules on Hater  Pollution Standards
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Oil Chemical and Atomic Workers;
    Occupational Health Seminar Toxics in the Workplace Part 1
    Occupational Health Seminar Toxics in the Workplace Part 2
    Occupational Health Seminar Toxics in the Workplace Part 3
    Occupational Health Seminar Toxics in the Workplace Part 4
Oil and Special Materials Control Division;
    This Stream is Dead A Hazardous Material Incident
Oliphant Pat;
    Choice Stakes
Olson David*
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    Water Quality Management Workshop NPDES Permits WQM Planning Interrelationships NPDES Enforcement
    WQM Planning Interrelationships                                                                    000134
Olson Donald;
    Greece Pollution in an Ancient County                                                              000358
Ontario Ministry of the Environment;
    Contingency Planning Guidelines Public Relations at the Spill Scene                                000137
Orand Alan;
    Audit Conference St Louis                                                                          000256
Orthoefer John;
    Emchvsema Produced by Chronic Exposure to Air Pollutants                                           000443
Osmun John V>
    Certification of Pesticide Applicators                                                             000058
Outen Ronald B>
    Portugal A Discussion with Margarida Barros, Engenheira Quimica                                    000359

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    Grants Administration The Awards Process
Pahren Herbert R;
    Soil Treatment Systems for Municipal Wastewater Part Z State of the Art Research Seminar
Paigen Beverly;
    Good Morning America Love Canal
Palmer Linda;
    Interviews with Members of the Third National Conference on the Interagency Energy Environment R
    and 0 Proqram at the Shoreham Hotel Part 1                                                         000028
Parenteau Patrick;
    Environment Preservation vs Progress                                                               000544
Patton Don;
    Freedom of Information and Privacy Briefina                                                        000204
Patton Dorothy E»
    Rebuttable Presumption Aqainst Reaistration Lindane                                                000070
Paul Robert V;
    Grants Administration Use of Source Materials                                                      000304
    Grants Administration Subaareements                                                                000314
    Grants Administration Accountinq and Internal Manaqement                                           000317
    Grants Administration Assistance Closeout                                                          000326
    Introduction to a Video Tape Seminar by Grants Administration                                      000351
Pena Gary;
    Audit Conference St  Louis                                                                          000256
Penna Richard;
    Suspension of 1977 Auto Emission Standards                                                         000367

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Pernik Steve;
    MacNeil Lehrer Report Inflation and Environmental Control
Personnel Management Division;
    Freedom of Information and Privacy Briefing
    Interview with Clarence Hardy
    Grievance Process
Peter Hollie!
    Her Rah Women and the Work Environment
Peterson Gordon;
    DDT Contamination of Triana Alabama
Petkas Peter;
    MacNeil Lehrer Report Inflation and Environmental Control
Petroleum Association for Conservation Canadian Environment;
    Contingency Planning Guidelines Public Relations at the Spill Scene
Picha Doug;
    Construction Grants Program Preconstruction Contract Award Management
    Construction Grants Program Grant Conditions O&M Manual Review Plan of Operation Review
Pierson Johnny;
    Regulators Our Invisible Government
Pippen Harvey!
    Introduction to a Video Tape Seminar by Grants Administration
    Grants Administration The Payment Process
    Grants Administration Freedom of Information
Pizano Mark;
    Areawide Planning under Section 208 Developing a Working Plan
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Pizano Mark;                                                CONTINUATION
    Areawide Planning under Section 208 The Designation Process                                        000114
Plehn Steffen?
    EPA Consolidated Permit Regulations                                                                000265
    MacNeil Lehrer Report Chemical Contamination                                                       000457
    CBS News Love Canal and PCBs in North Carolina                                                     000460
    Off Air News Transfers Dec 1978-Jan 1979                                                           000466
Pohlkamp Dick;
    Contracts Management Division Cincinnati                                                           000282
Poole Charles*
    Counsellor Dierdre Trip Discusses 2,4,5-T                                                          000081
Poole Elijah;
    Domestic Information Display System EPA Applications                                               000263
Powell Robert;
    Combined Federal Campaign 1961                                                                     000242
Press Frank;
    Third National Conference on the Interagency Energy Environment R and D Program Keynote Address    000027
Princianato Frank;
    Seminar on Controlling Pollution from Power Plants                                                 000034
Printz Bert;
    Approach to Feedlot Order                                                                          000049
    Proposed Feedlot Regulations                                                                       000050
Quality Assurance Management Branch;
    Quality Assurance and Environmental Programs A Challenge to Management                             000031
Quarles John R;
    For a Clean Drink of Mater                                                                         000111
    Areawide  Planning under Section 208 The Designation Process                                        000114
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Quarles John R;                                             CONTINUATION
    Quarles Press Conference Recall of Cars Failing to Meet Pollution Standards
    Energy Crisis and the Environment
Quigley Michael J;
    Construction Grants Process Program Management
Rail David;
    PCBs in the Environment 1975 Part 1
Randolph Jennings;
    Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response Awards Public Employees Appreciation Day
Rather Dan;
    Caution Drinking Mater May Be Dangerous to Your Health
Rauch Robert;
    MacNeil Lehrer Report Inflation and Environmental Control
Reagan Ronald;
    CBS News Ronald Reagan Visits Ohio
Reed Nathanial P;
    PCBs in the Environment 1975 Part 5
Reed Norman;
    Environmental Pollution in Hispanic American Communities
Regenstein Lewis;
    Friends of the Environment
    Morning Break How Poisoned is America
Reilly Margaret;
    Fifth Line of Containment Program 1
    Fifth Line of Containment Program Z
Rhett John T;
    Clean Mater Act 1977 Amendments OWPO Implementation Project
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Rhett John Tj                                               CONTINUATION
    Delegating Management of Construction Grants Program to States
    Procurement Workshop Boston Massachusetts
Rhodes Edward R5
    EPA Issues and Answers
Richmond Doug;
    Overview of Research Triangle Parks RTP Contracts Management Division
Rickel Alice;
    EPA Conference on Women 3rd March 10-12 1975
Ridings Dorothy;
    Regulators Our Invisible Government
Riester Donald;
    OSHA EPA and FDA Joint Press Conference DBCP Dibromochloropropane
Rind Grover;
    OSHA EPA and FDA Joint Press Conference DBCP Dibromochloropropane
Robert S Kerr Environmental Research Laboratory;
    Soil Treatment Systems for Municipal Wastewater Part 1 State of the Art Research Seminar
    Soil Treatment Systems for Municipal Wastewater Part Z State of the Art Research Seminar
Robinson John;
    Fifth  Line of Containment Program 1
Rodin Richard;
    PCBs in  the Environment 1975 Part 5
Rogers Charles!
    Suspension of 1977 Auto Emission Standards
Rogers Paul  G;
    Clean  Air Act Amendments of 1977 HR 6161
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Roismart Anthony;
    MacNeil Lehrer Report Superfund Task Force                                                         000527
    NBC Today Show Toxic Haste in Woburn Mass                                                          000535
Roland Robert;
    MacNeil Lehrer Report Superfund                                                                    000502
Rose Robert;
    Hater Quality Management Workshop Manpower Planning Manpower Training and Operator Certification   000135
Roue Pertis;
    Clearuater                                                                                         000142
Rowe Prentice;
    EEO and the Federal Supervisor Affirmative Action is Good Management                               000228
    EEO and the Supervisor The Legal History                                                           000229
    EEO and the Federal Manager The Counselor Program and Complaint System                             000230
Rowe Hi Hi am D>
    Fifth Line of Containment Program 1                                                                000099
    Fifth Line of Containment Program 2                                                                000100
Rubin Edwin;
    Interviews with Members of the Third National Conference on the Interagency Energy Environment R
    and D Program at the Shoreham Hotel Part 1                                                         000028
Ruckelshaus Hi Hi am D;
    EPA Awards Ceremony 1975                                                                           000198
    National Employees Meeting                                                                         000231
    Citizens Briefinq 2d Hilton Hotel                                                                  000582
    Train Opening Statement to EPA Employees                                                           000584
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Sahr Hugh;
    Interviews with Members of the Third National Conference on the Interagency Energy Environment R
    and D Proqram at the Shoreham Hotel Part 1                                                         000028
    Interviews with Members of the Third National Conference on the Interaqencv Enerav Environment R
    and D Program at the Shoreham Hotel Part Z                                                         000029
Saldana Lupe;
    Equal Employment Opportunity Conference                                                            000221
Salkie Dick;
    Construction Grants Program Preconstruetion Conference                                             000339
Sandonato Ray;
    Good Morning America Love Canal                                                                    000507
Sandonato Sandra;
    Good Morning America Love Canal                                                                    000507
Santolucito John;
    Trace Organics in Mater Part 3 Research Monitoring Studies                                         000005
Santos John!
    Equal Employment Opportunity Conference                                                            000221
Savage Robbi;
    MacNeil  Lehrer Report  Paying for Clean Water                                                       000521
Schaefer Richard;
    Socioeconomic Approaches  to Residential Mater Consumption                                          00001*
Schiff Gilbert M;
    Health Risk  to Humans  Exposed to Sewage                                                            000053
Schiffman James»
    Construction Grants  Process Audit                                                                  000296

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Schuter Norman D;
    Unleaded Gasoline What When Where
Scott Michael;
    Economy Ecology Labor and Environment
Seabrook Belford L!
    Soil Treatment Systems for Municipal Uastewater Part 4 State of the Art Research Seminar
Security and Inspection Division;
    EPA Employee Responsibilities and Conduct
Seifter Joseph;
    Drug Metabolism
    Benzene Effects on Blood and Reproduction
Severn Dave;
    Treflan Trysben and Benzac Petition for Suspension
Shaw Ken;
    EPA Water Quality Conference Part 3
Shay Donald E;
    Zero Base Budgeting Briefing
Sheehan Jack;
    Labor and the Environment
Shetrom Susan;
    Women and Radiation Testimony from Citizens Hearings
Shuster Alvin;
    From the Editors Desk with Anne Gorsuch
Silbergeld Ellen;
    MacNeil Lehrer Report Times Beach and Oioxin in Missouri
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Simmons Sue;
    Her Rah Women and the Work Environment
Sims Arthur;
    EPA Summer Employment Program Ceremonies 1977
Sims Matthew;
    EPA Summer Employment Program Ceremonies 1977
Slesinger Jeff;
    Concepts and Demonstration of ALPHA
Smith David;
    Fifth Line of Containment Program 1
    Fifth Line of Containment Program 2
Smith John MJ
    Upgrading Existing Activated Sludge Treatment Plants
Smith Miranda;
    Friends of the Environment
Smithsonian Institution Museum of Natural History;
    Registry of Tumors in Lower Animals Health and Ecology Seminar Series
Snyder David P>
    Confronting the Multifold Trend Public Policy Planning Imperatives for the Next 25 Years
Snyder Howard;
    Oil Spill Briefing
Snyder Phil;
    Data Management and Standardization Program Feasibility Study
Spangler Lou;
    Buy Quiet Government Purchasing
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Special Pesticide Review Division;
    Mew Pesticide Registration Standards
Spilhaus Athelstan;
    Mysterious Deep
Spill Prevention and Control Branch;
    Oil Spill Briefing
Stafford Robert;
    MacNeil Lehrer Report Superfund
Stara Jerry;
    Emphysema Produced by Chronic Exposure to Air Pollutants
Stationary Source Enforcement Division;
    Coke Oven Emissions Pittsburgh and Birmingham
Stein Sid;
    Computer Sciences Corporation Presents an Overview
Stewart Roma;
    EPA Conference on Women 3rd March 10-12 1975
Stoller Ken;
    Construction Grants Process Step Z Grant Application and Processing
    Construction Grants Process Step 3 Grant Application and Processing
    Construction Grants Program Project Changes Contract Modifications Change Orders
    Construction Grants Program General Agreement
    Construction Grants Program Protests Disputes
Stork Eric 0;
    How Many Miles Per Gallon Fuel Economy Ratings
    Catalytic Converter An Analysis
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Storm and Combined Sewer Pollution Control Program;
    Innovative Sewer Construction Demonstration Project
Strelou Roger!
    Train Press Conference Wastewater Treatment Funds
    Train Press Conference Sources of Smog
    MacNeil Lehrer Report The Clean Air Act
Stringer Malcolm;
    Audit Conference St Louis
    Procurement Workshop Boston Massachusetts
Stump Mike M;
    Procurement Workshop Boston Massachusetts
Sugarman Jule Mi
    Launching Civil Service Reform Program Development Conference
Sullivan Dan;
    Construction Grants Program On Site and Interim Inspection
Sullivan William A;
    Establishment of a Special Task Force for Superfund
    MacNeil Lehrer Report Superfund Task Force
Sun Company;
    Powder River Partners
SunOhio;
    PCBX
Sussman David!
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Switzgable Meg;
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Talbot Lee;
    NBC News Presents Man Beast and the Land
Talbot Marty;
    NBC News Presents Man Beast and the Land
Tardiff Robert G;
    Hazards from Exposure to Toxic Chemicals in the Research Lab
Tarran Jack;
    Facilities Services and Support Division Briefing
Taves Marvin;
    Senior Environmental Employment Program Awards Ceremony 1978
Taylor Graeme;
    Zero Base Budgeting Briefing
Technology Transfer Program;
    Use of Granulated Activated Carbon for Hastewater Treatment
Tell Richard;
    Environmental Survey of Nonionizing Radiation
Texas A and I University Corpus Christi Texas;
    Operation STEP Spill Training Operation Program
Thieme Bud;
    Audit Conference St Louis
Thomas Richard E>
    Soil Treatment Systems for Municipal Wastewater Part 1 State of the Art Research Seminar
    Soil Treatment Systems for Municipal Wastewater Part 2 State of the Art Research Seminar
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Thompson Doris!
    Equal Employment Opportunity Conference
Thorton Evelyn;
    Grants Administration Remedies and Noncompliance
Tipermas Marc;
    Super-fund Briefing
    Superfund Planning
Todhunter John A;
    Off Air News Excerpts Jan 4 1982-Aug 27 1982
    Press Conference Cancellation of the Use of Toxaphene
Tolles Sister Sally;
    Economy Ecology Labor and Environment
Toxic Substances Division;
    Security Procedures for TSCA Confidential Business Information
Train Russell;
    PCBs in the Environment 1975 Part 1
    Train Kirk Press Conference Enforcement Programs
    Amendment to the Clean Air Act
    International Womens Year
    EPA Awards Ceremony 1974
    EPA Awards Ceremony 1975
    International Environmental Cooperation
    Overseas Mission
    International Referral System
    Childrens Award Ceremony
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Train Russell;                                              CONTINUATION
    Train Press Conference Fuel Economy
    Train Press Conference Hastewater Treatment Funds
    Train Press Conference 1976 Budget
    Technical Assistance Group Meeting
    Suspension of 1977 Auto Emission Standards
    Train Press Conference Results of the 80 City Drinking Hater Survey
    Train Press Conference New Radiation Standards for Nuclear Power
    Train Press Conference Air Pollution Control
    Train Press Conference Construction Grants
    •Train Press Conference Suspension of Chlordan and Heptachlor
    Train Press Conference Sources of Smog
    Train Press Conference Vinyl Chloride Air Emission Standards
    Train Press Conference Russell Train and the King of Sweden
    Train Press Conference
    US USSR Joint Committee Meeting on Cooperation Fourth Annual
    NBC Today Show with Russell Train
    NBC Today Show with Russell Train
    Face the Nation with Russell Train
    Voices
    US USSR Press Conference
    Train Opening Statement to EPA Employees
    Train Press Conference Confirmation by Congress
    Train Press Conference Proposed Clean Air Amendments
Training Center;
    EPA Summer Employment Program Ceremonies 1977
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Trainop Al>
    Construction Grants Program Biddability and Constructability Review                                000345
Trakowski Albert C;
    Controls on Research and Development                                                               000002
Transport Canada!
    Contingency Planning Guidelines Public Relations at the Spill Scene                                000137
Trax John;
    Interviewing Techniques for Program Evaluation                                                     000150
Trial Lawyers for Public Justice;
    MacNeil Lehrer Report Superfund Task Force                                                         000527
Trip Counsellor Dierdre;
    Counsellor Dierdre Trip Discusses 2i4»5-T                                                          000081
Tripp Jim;
    MacNeil Lehrer Report New Rules on Mater Pollution Standards                                       000549
Tudor John;
    EPA Mater Quality Conference Part 1                                                                000119
Tuller Stuart S>
    Mater  Quality Management Morkshop Operations and Maintenance of the Treatment Facility Facilities  000130
US Army Corps of Engineers;
    Soil Treatment Systems for Municipal Hastewater Part 4 State of the Art Research Seminar           000011
    Construction Grants Program Training Program Financing Mater Pollution Control                     000331
    Construction Grants Program Introduction                                                           000332
    Construction Grants Program General Agreement                                                      000333
    Construction Grants Program Review of Bid Material                                                 000334
    Construction Grants Program Grants Information and Control System                                  000335
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US Army Corps of Engineers;                                 CONTINUATION
    Construction Grants Program Payments                                                               000336
    Construction Grants Program Protests Disputes                                                      000337
    Construction Grants Program Preconstruction Contract Award Management                              000338
    Construction Grants Program Preconstruction Conference                                             000339
    Construction Grants Program Infiltration Inflow, Sewer System Evaluation Survey, Rehabilitation    000340
    Construction Grants Program Change Orders for Construction Contract Modification                   000341
    Construction Grants Program Role of Regional Inspectors                                            000342
    Construction Grants Program Supplemental Program Requirements                                      000343
    Construction Grants Program Grant Conditions OSM Manual Review Plan of Operation Review            000344
    Construction Grants Program Biddability and Constructability Review                                000345
    Construction Grants Program Audits Project Closeout                                                000346
    Construction Grants Program On Site and Interim Inspection                                         000347
    Construction Grants Program Fundamentals of Sewage Treatment                                       000348
    Construction Grants Program Final Inspection                                                       000349
    Costle Press Conference EPA/Army Corps of Engineers Agreement                                      000397
    Gorsuch Press Conference Superfund and the Corps of Engineers                                      000422
US Atomic Energy Commission;
    Nuclear Spectrum USA Nuclear Power in the United States                                            000438
    Fifth Fuel Uranium                                                                                 000439
    Atomic Power Today Service with Safety                                                             000441
US Civil Service Commission Bureau of Training;
    Working for the United States                                                                      000205
    Working for the United States You and the Merit System                                             000206
    Working for the United States The Road Ahead                                                       000207
    Working for the United States Your Rights and Responsibilities                                     000208
    Working for the United States Benefits You Earn                                                    000209
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US Civil Service Commission Bureau of Training;             CONTINUATION
    Working for the United States
    Launching Civil Service Reform The Senior Executive Service
US Civil Service Commission;
    Presidential Management Intern Program
    Presidential Management Intern Program Training of Panelists for Regional Screening Process
    Launching Civil Service Reform Program Development Conference
    Performance Appraisal and Pay
US Coast Guard;
    Deep Mater Ports EPA Briefing by the US Coast Guard
US Department of Commerce Office of Coastal Zone Management;
    Offshore Onshore
US Dept of Agriculture Economic Research Service;
    Soil Treatment Systems for Municipal Mastewater Part 3 State of the Art Research Seminar
US Dept of Agriculture Food Safety and Quality Service!
    EEO and the Federal Supervisor Affirmative Action is Good Management
    EEO and the Supervisor The Legal History
    EEO and the Federal Manager The Counselor Program and Complaint System
US Dept of Agriculture Food Safety and QualityService;
    Public Trust A Look. Back
US Dept of Agriculture Soil Conservation Service;
    Clearwater
US Dept of Agriculture;
    ACT Fair A Place to Start
    Assertive Behavior Training Seminars Orientation
US Dept of Education Office of Environmtl Ed;
    Regulators Our Invisible Government
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US Dept of Energy;
    ACT Fair A Place to Start
    Solar Energy The Great Adventure
US Food and Drug Administration;
    Poison and Shellfish Health and Ecology Seminar
    Since Thalidomide Evaluating Drug Safety at FDA Health and Ecology Seminar Series
    OSHA EPA and FDA Joint Press Conference DBCP Dibromochloropropane
    Chronic Chemical Hazards
US Office of Management and Budget;
    MacNeil Uehrer Report Inflation and Environmental Control
US Office of Personnel Management;
    Senior Executive Service Conversion
    Presidential Management Intern Program Training of Panelists for Regional Screening Process
Ulene Art;
    NSC Today Show An EARreplaceable Problem
Union Carbide Corporation;
    MacNeil Lehrer Report Chemical Contamination
United Nations Environment Programme;
    Symposium on the United Nations Environment Programme
    International Referral System
United States Information Agency;
    International Environmental Cooperation
    Energy Crisis and the Environment
University of Cincinnati;
    Pollution Induced Cancer in Cincinnati the Health Officers Dilemma
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University of Cincinnati;                                   CONTINUATION
    Fatal Amoebic Infections from Swimming and Drinking Hater
    Health Risk to Humans Exposed to Sewage
    Hew Look at OSHA
    Toxicants in Our Raw Mater Supply The Need for an Early Warning System
    Hazards from Exposure to Toxic Chemicals in the Research Lab
    Emphysema Produced by Chronic Exposure to Air Pollutants
Valentine Drew;
    Management by Objectives and Formal Planning Reporting Systems
VanderJagt Guy;
    Regulators Our Invisible Government
Vankirk Donna;
    Grants Administration Grant Related Income
Vanocur Sander;
    Air of Disaster
Vida Steve;
    Construction Grants Program Grant Conditions O&M Manual Review Plan of Operation Review
Vigil Alfred R;
    Grants Administration Initial Processing of Grant Proposals
Vinitsky AP;
    Construction Grants Program Training Program Financing Mater Pollution Control
Wagner Paul F!
    Construction Grants Process Construction Grant Numbering
Walker John M;
    Soil Treatment Systems for Municipal Wastewater Part 1 State of the Art Research Seminar
Wallace  Lance;
    Domestic Information Display System EPA Applications
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Mallick Frank;
    Labor and the Environment                                                                          000171
Walsh Michael;
    EPA and the Automobile                                                                             000188
    Off Air News Transfers Jul 1981                                                                    000547
Harhouse Karen;
    Catalytic Converter An Analysis                                                                    000103
Warren Andy;
    Construction Grants Process Work Session 1                                                         000300
    Construction Grants Process Work Session Z                                                         000301
Washburn Jack;
    Procurement Workshop Boston Massachusetts                                                          000302
Water Planning Division;
    208 Hater Planning                                                                                 000112
    Water Quality Management Workshop State and Areawide Mater Quality Management Program              000128
    Water Quality Management Workshop Municipal Construction Grants                                    000129
    Water Quality Management Workshop Operations and Maintenance of the Treatment Facility Facilities  000130
    Water Quality Management Workshop User Charges and Industrial Cost Recovery                        000131
    Water Quality Management Workshop Non Point Source Controls                                        000132
    Mater Quality Management Workshop Industrial Effluent .Limitations Guidelines Toxic Strategy Mid
    Course Corrections Effort Pretreatment                                                             000133
    Water Quality Management Workshop NPDES Permits MQM Plannina Interrelationships NPDES Enforcement
    MQM Planning Interrelationships                                                                    000134
    Hater Quality Management Workshop Manpower Planning Manpower Training and Operator Certification   000135
    Hater Quality Management Workshop From Planning to Operations                                      000136
    Clearmater                                                                                         000142
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Mater Supply Division;
    Public Hearing Proposed National Interim Primary Drinking Hater Standards                          000117
    Public Hearing Proposed National Interim Primary Drinking Mater Standards Additional Testimony     000118
Uaugh Hi Hi am T;
    Pesticides Product Information on Microfiche                                                       000065
    Pesticides Product Information on Microfiche Program Z                                             000066
    Rebuttable Presumption Against Registration Dimethoate                                             000072
Heaver Leo;
    HacNeil Lehrer Report New Rules on Hater Pollution Standards                                       000549
Heaver Luke;
    Freedom of Information and Privacy Briefing                                                        00020*
Heed Science Society of America;
    Fundamental Principals of Heed Control                                                             000060
    Patterns of Herbicide Use                                                                          000061
    How Pesticide Users Think and Act                                                                  000062
    Communicating with Pesticide Users                                                                 000063
Hell ings Flora Mae;
    Fatal Amoebic Infections from Swimming and Drinking Hater                                          000030
Hells William;
    Rebuttable Presumption Process A First Decision on Endrin                                          000064
    Rebuttable Presumption Against Registration                                                        000068
    Rebuttable Presumption Against Registration Toxaphene                                              000069
    2>4,5-T and the Alsea Oregon Study                                                                 000080
    New Pesticide Registration Standards                                                               000084
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Whit* House Office of Administration;
    Information Efficient
Whitney Clint;
    MacNeil Lehrer Report New Rules on Mater Pollution Standards
Hiersma Bruce;
    Trace Organics in Mater Part 3 Research Monitoring Studies
Williams Karen H;
    Implementing OMB Circular A76
Williams Mae;
    Equal Employment Opportunity Conference
Williams Marcia;
    New Pesticide Registration Standards
    Captan Treated Food
Williams Stanley;
    Freedom of Information and Privacy Briefing
    Supervisors Role in Career Development
Williams Thomas F;
    EPA and the Automobile
Wilson Ann*
    Freedom of Information and Privacy Briefing
Uisman Philip;
    Alternatives to Litigation The National Coal Policy Project
Mood Marion;
    Equal Employment Opportunity Conference
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Woodward Gloria!
    EPA Summer Employment Program Ceremonies 1977                                                      000213
Wooten John T;
    Presidential Management Intern Program                                                             000218
Hyche Paul;
    Minorities and the Environment                                                                     000169
Myer Russell H;
    Superfund Planning                                                                                 000149
Young Andrew!
    Black History Meek 1978                                                                            000222
Young Don!
    Environment Preservation vs Progress                                                               0005*4
Young Larry!
    Minorities and the Environment                                                                     000169
Yzaguirr* Raul!
    Environmental Pollution in Hispanic American Communities                                           000172
Zorc Joseph M!
    Procurement Workshop Boston Massachusetts                                                          000302

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   ,5-T
    2,4,5-T and the Alsea Oregon Study
    Counsellor Oierdre Trip Discusses 2.4,5-T
    Plague on Our Children
    2,4,5-T Oregon Conifer Project
    ABC Twenty Twenty Hidden Poison
    Off Air News Transfers Jan 19-Mar 19 1979
    Politics of Poison
Acid rain
    Fifth Estate Reports on Acid Rain
    ABC News Acid Rain Poison from the Sky
    Off Air News Transfers Oct 19 1981
    CBS News Sunday Morning Deadly Export
    Crisis to Crisis What Price Clean Air
    Off Air News Excerpts Aug 24 1982-Oct 28 1982
    Off Air News Excerpts Oct 28 1982-Jan 3 1983
Activated carbon treatment
    Use of Granulated Activated Carbon for Hastewater Treatment
Activated sludge process
    Upgrading Existing Activated Sludge Treatment Plants
    Construction Grants Program Fundamentals of Sewage Treatment
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Agricultural runoff
    Agriculture and the Environment                                                                    000175
Agricultural wastes
    Agriculture and the Environment                                                                    000175
Air pollution
    Air Pollution The Facts                                                                            000105
    Panorama with Barbara Blum                                                                         00047fl
    Trouble Shooter Pollution in Tulsa                                                                 000513
    CBS News The Earth Revisited                                                                       OOC522
    Morning Break. How Poisoned is America                                                              000543
    Crisis to Crisis What Price Clean Air                                                              000548
    Air of Disaster                                                                                    000562
Air pollution abatement
    Clean Air Act Amendments of 1981                                                                   000108
    Eighteen Variations on a Theme Clean Air                                                           000200
Air pollution control
    Seminar on Controlling Pollution from Power Plants                                                 000034
    Train Press Conference Air Pollution Control                                                       000370
    Press Conference Bubble Concept                                                                    000413
    Gorsuch Press Conference Regulatory Reform                                                         000423
    Regulators Our Invisible Government                                                                000537
    Train Press Conference Confirmation by Congress                                                    000585
Air pollution detection
    Coke Oven Emissions Pittsburgh and Birmingham                                                      000047

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Air pollution effects animals
    Emphysema Produced by Chronic Exposure to Air Pollutants
Air pollution effects humans
    Pollution Induced Cancer in Cincinnati the Health Officers Dilemma
    Air Pollution The Facts
Air pollution standards
    Train Press Conference Fuel Economy
Air quality
    Costle Press Conference New National Air Pollution Standard for Lead
    Costle Press Conference Revised Ozone Standards
    •Costle Press Conference Clean Air Standards
    Panorama with Barbara Blum and Good Morning America with Douglas Costle
Amoeba
    Fatal Amoebic Infections from Swimming and Drinking Mater
Animal ecology
    NBC News Presents Man Beast and the Land
Animal physiology
    Registry of Tumors in Lower Animals Health and Ecology Seminar Series
Aqui fers
    Sixty Minutes Water Mater Everywhere
Asbestos
    Costle Press Conference Asbestos
    Off Air News Transfers Jan 19-Mar 19  1979
    Off Air News Transfers Mar 19-Apr 19  1979
    ABC Closeup Asbestos The May to Dusty Death
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Asbestos                                                    CONTINUATION
    Panorama with John DeKany
    Off Air News Excerpts Aug 24 1982-Oct 28 1982
    ABC Closcup Asbestos The May to Dusty Death An Update
Assertive behavior
    Assertive Behavior Training Seminars Orientation
Assessment of Carcinogens
    Trace Organics in Hater Part 3 Research Monitoring Studies
Atlantic City (NJ)
    MacNeil Lehrer Report Atlantic City Story The Big Gamble
Audio Visual Support Branch
    Closed Circuit TV Previews
    On the Road with EPA
    Lets Communicate with EPA Television
    On the Road
Audio visual production
    Sixty Minutes Hollywood on the Potomac
Auditing
    Audit Conference St Louis
Audi ts
    Audit Conference St Louis
Automobile engines
    CBS News Economy Car Fails EPA Inspection
Automobile exhaust
    On the Road to Clean Air
    Implementing an Inspection Maintenance Program Some Notes for Planners
    EPA and the Automobile
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Automobile exhaust                                          CONTINUATION
    Suspension of 1977 Auto Emission Standards
    Quarles Press Conference Recall of Cars Failing to Meet Pollution Standards
    CBS Evening News AMC Recall
    Trouble Shooter Pollution in Tulsa
    Off Air News Transfers Jul 1981
Automobiles
    Costle Press Conference 1979 Automobile Mileage Ratings
Awards
    Presidents Environmental Youth Awards 1978
    Presidents Environmental Youth Awards
    Presidents Environmental Youth Awards Program
    EPA Awards Ceremony 1974
    EPA Awards Ceremony 1975
    EPA Awards Ceremony 1976
    Childrens Award Ceremony
    Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response Awards Public Employees Appreciation Day
    EPA Awards Ceremony 1973
Beach  (Mo. )
    Off Air News Excerpts Oct 28 1983-Jan 3 1983
Benzac
    Treflan Trysben and Benzac Petition for Suspension
Benzene
    Benzene Effects on Blood and Reproduction
Biological insect control
    Nova The Insect Alternative
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Black History Week
    Black History Meek 1978
Blood
    Bloodmobile Promotion 1980
    Matching of Sally Dean
    Benzene Effects on Blood and Reproduction
Buildings
    Federal Buildings Fund
Cancer
    Pollution Induced Cancer in Cincinnati the Health Officers Dilemma
    Trace Organics in Mater Part 3 Research Monitoring Studies
    Geography of Cancer Health and Ecology Seminar Series
    Registry of Tumors in Lower Animals Health and Ecology Seminar Series
Captan
    Captan Treated Food
Carcinogens
    Laboratory Safety and Toxic Gas Exposure
    Chronic Chemical Hazards
Career counseling
    Supervisors Role in Career Development
Catalytic reactors exhaust systems
    Catalytic Converter An Analysis
    NBC  Today Show Catalytic Converters
Chemical industry
     It Your Business Chemicals Help or Hazard
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Chlordan
    Train Press Conference Suspension of Chlordan and Keptachlor
Cincinnati Contracts Management Division
    Contracts Management Division Cincinnati
Citizen participation
    Voi ces
Civil rights
    Civil Rights at EPA A New Beginning
Civil service
    Working for the United States
    Working for the United States You and the Merit System
    Working for the United States The Road Ahead
    Working for the United States Your Rights and Responsibilities
    Working for the United States Benefits You Earn
    Working for the United States
    Launching Civil Service Reform The Senior Executive Service
    Launching Civil Service Reform Program Development Conference
    Senior Executive Service Conversion
    Federal Employees at the White House A Conversation with the President
    Interview with Clarence Hardy
    CBS News Civil Service Reform and Veterans Preference
Clean Air Act
    Amendment to the Clean Air Act
    Eighteen Variations on a Theme Clean Air
    MacSeil Lehrer Report The Clean Air Act
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Clean Air Act                                               CONTINUATION
    Lawmakers John Dingle and Clean Air
    Off Air News Excerpts Jan 4 1982-Aug 27 1982
    Off Air News Excerpts Oct 28 1982-Jan 3 1983
    Interview with Anne M Gorsuch
    Train Press Conference Proposed Clean Air Amendments
Clean Air Act Amendment of 1977
    Clean Air Act Amendments of 1977 HR 6161
Coal
    Alternatives to Litigation The National Coal Policy Project
    Water Quality National Coal Policy
    CBS News Ohio Coal
    NBC Today Show Carter Campaign Commercial
Coal mining
    Alternatives to Litigation The National Coal Policy Project
    CBS News Ohio Coal
Coastal zone management
    Estuary
Combined  Federal Campaign
    Reaching People Mho  Need You
    Combined Federal  Campaign 1979 Douglas Costle
    Message of  Love
    Combined Federal  Campaign 1982 Results and  Christmas Message
    Combined Federal  Campaign 19*81
Computer  systems
    Presentation by COMNET  for EPAs  Agency Wide Data  Processing Services
    Concepts and Demonstration of ALPHA
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Computer systems                                            CONTINUATION
    Computer Sciences Corporation Presents an Overview
    Multiple Virtual Storage MVS Briefing
    Domestic Information Display System EPA Applications
    Grants Administration Grants Information and Control System
    Construction Grants Program Grants Information and Control System
    Inquiry and Reporting System Advanced Seminar
Confidentiality
    Security Procedures for TSCA Confidential Business Information
    Security is Our Business
Construction
    Construction Grants Program Fundamentals of Sewage Treatment
Construction Grants Program
    Water Quality Management Workshop Municipal Construction Grants
    Audit Conference St Louis
    Delegating Management of Construction Grants Program to States
    Construction Grants Process Role of the Federal Government
    Construction Grants Program EPA Regulations Guidance and Procedures
    Construction Grants Process State Planning Process
    Construction Grants Process Preapplication Information
    Construction Grants Process Step 1 Grant Application and Processing
    Construction Grants Process Facilities Plans
    Construction Grants Process Step 2 Grant Application and Processing
    Construction Grants Process Construction Contract Documents
    Construction Grants Process Step 3 Grant Application and Processing
    Construction Grants Process Award of Construction Contracts
    Construction Grants Program Project Changes Contract Modifications Change Orders
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Construction Grants Program                                 CONTINUATION
    Construction Grants Process Audit                                                                  000296
    Construction Grants Process Federal Payment Procedure                                              000297
    Construction Grants Process Program Management                                                     000298
    Construction Grants Process Construction Grant Numbering                                           000299
    Construction Grants Process Work Session 1                                                         000300
    Construction Grants Process WorK Session Z                                                         000301
    Procurement Workshop Boston Massachusetts                                                          000302
    Grants Administration Publications and Publicity                                                   000319
    Construction Grants Program Training Program Financing Water Pollution Control                     000331
    Construction Grants Program Introduction                                                           000332
    Construction Grants Program General Agreement                                                      000333
    Construction Grants Program Review of Bid Material                                                 000334
    Construction Grants Program Grants Information and Control System                                  000335
    Construction Grants Program Payments                                                               000336
    Construction Grants Program Protests Disputes                                                      000337
    Construction Grants Program Preconstruction Contract Award Management                              000338
    Construction Grants Program Preconstruction Conference                                             000339
    Construction Grants Program Infiltration Inflowi Sewer System Evaluation Survey* Rehabilitation    000340
    Construction Grants Program Change Orders for Construction Contract Modification                   000341
    Construction Grants Program Role of Regional Inspectors                                            000342
    Construction Grants Program Supplemental Program Requirements                                      000343
    Construction Grants Program Grant Conditions O&M Manual Review  Plan of Operation Review            000344
    Construction Grants Program Biddability and Constructability Review                                000345
    Construction Grants Program Audits Project Closeout                                                000346
    Construction Grants Program On Site and Interim Inspection                                         000347
    Construction Grants Program Final  Inspection                                                       000349
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Construction Brants Program                                 CONTINUATION
    Technical Assistance Group Meeting
    Train Press Conference Construction Grants
    Costle Press Conference EPA/Army Corps of Engineers Agreement
    Anne Gorsuch on Channel 11 News
Containment
    Fifth Line of Containment Program 1
    Fifth Line of Containment Program 2
Contingency planning
    Contingency Planning Guidelines Public Relations at the Spill Scene
Contracts Management Division
    Introduction to the Procurement Organization
Contracts Policy and Review Branch
    Introduction to the Policy and Review Elements of the Procurement Organization
    Accomplishments and Objectives for FY 1977 Contracts Management Division
    Contracts Policy and Review
Cost Review and Policy Branch
    Contracts Management Cost Review and Policy Branch
Cost analysis
    Cost Analysis Workshop for Contracts and Grants
DDT
    DDT Contamination of Triana Alabama
Data base management systems
    Data Management and Standardization Program Feasibility Study
D i bromochloropropane
    OSHA EPA and FDA Joint Press Conference DBCP Dibromochloropropane
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Diesel engine exhaust
    Costie Press Conference Diesel Powered Cars Vans and Light Trucks                                  000410
    Off Air News Transfers Dee 1978-Jan 1979                                                           000466
    Good Morning America with Douglas Costle                                                           000486
Dimethoate
    Rebuttable Presumption Against Registration Dimethoate                                             000072
Dioxin
    Plague on Our Children                                                                             OOOOS3
    Report on Herbicide Use in Oregon                                                                  000453
    ABC Twenty Twenty Hidden Poison                                                                    000456
    Off Air News Excerpts Dec 16-27 1982                                                               000553
    Off Air News Excerpts Oct 28 1982-Jan 3 1983                                                       000554
    Off Air News Excerpts Dec 8 1982-Jan 3 1983                                                        000555
    Off Air News Excerpts Jan 3-5 1983                                                                 000556
    Off Air News Excerpts Jan 5-10 1983                                                                000557
    Off Air News Excerpts Jan 9-29 1983                                                                000558
    MacNeil Lehrer Report Times Beach and Dioxin in Missouri                                           000575
Drinking water
    Public Hearing Proposed National Interim Primary Drinking Mater Standards                          000117
    Public Hearing Proposed National Interim Primary Drinking Mater Standards Additional Testimony     000118
    Safe Drinking Water                                                                                000124
    Organics Regulation What Why How                                                                   000125
    Interviewing Techniques for Program Evaluation                                                     000150
    Radioactivity in Drinking Mater                                                                    000156
    Train Press Conference Results of the 80 City Drinking Water Survey                                000368
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Drinking water                                              CONTINUATION
    Costie Press Conference Proposed Drinking Mater Standards
    Caution Drinking Mater Nay Be Dangerous to Your Health
    Not For Women Only Clean Mater
    Mater Quality National Coal Policy
    Contaminated Hater in Southern Missouri
    Nova The Hater Crisis
    WacNeil Vehrer Report Atlantic City Story The Big Gamble
    Off Air News Excerpts Dec 8 1982-Jan 3 1983
    PBS Latenight Tragic and Frustrating Story of Toxic Sites
Drugs
    Since Thalidomide Evaluating Drug Safety at FDA Health and Ecology Seminar Series
    Drug Metabolism
    Drug Metabolism
EPA Budget
    Zero Base Budgeting Briefing
EPA budget
    Presidents Proposed 1977 Budget for EPA
    Train Press Conference 1976 Budget
    Costle Press Conference FY 1979 Budget
    EPA Budget 1980 Summary
    EPA Budget 1981 Summary
    EPA Budget 1983 Briefing
    Press Conference FY 1982 Budget
    Off Air News Transfers Oct 19 1981
Earth Day 80
    Off Air News Transfers Apr 1980
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Earth atmosphere
    Halocarbons and Atmospheric Fluorocarbons State of the Art Research Seminar
Earth resources
    Confronting the Multifold Trend Public Policy Planning Imperatives for the Next 25 Years
Economic analysis
    Soil Treatment Systems for Municipal Wastewater Part 3 State of the Art Research Seminar
    Socioeconomic Approaches to Residential Mater Consumption
Effluents
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    Course Corrections Effort Pretreatment                                                             000133
electric power plants
    Seminar on Controlling Pollution from Power Plants                                                 000034
Electric utilities
    Interview with Anne M Gorsuch                                                                      000569
Endancered species
    Sports Afield                                                                                      000187
    Environment Preservation vs Progress                                                               000544
Endrin
    Rebuttable Presumption Process A First Decision on Endrin                                          000064
    ABC and NBC Evening News Pesticides                                                                000514
Enerav conservation
    CBS News The Earth Revisited                                                                       000522
Enerav crisis
    Energv Crisis and the Environment                                                                  000578
    State of the Union Address President Gerald Ford                                                   000586

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Energy management
    Interview with Stanley M Greenfield                                                                000013
Energy policy
    Interview with Stanley M Greenfield                                                                000012
    Third National Conference on the Interagency Energy Environment R and D Program Keynote Address    000027
    Panorama with Barbara Blum                                                                         000478
Enforcement
    Train Kirk Press Conference Enforcement Programs                                                   000059
Engineering costs
    Value Engineering                                                                                  000350
Environment effects
  «
    Choice Stakes                                                                                      000477
Environmental Protection Agency
    Annual Report to the President The Protection of Our Environment                                   000192
    Barbara Blums Welcome to New Employees                                                             000211
    EPA Summer Employment Program Ceremonies 1977                                                      000213
    EPA Orientation Program for New Employees                                                          000215
    National Employees Meeting                                                                         000231
    Deputy Administrators Briefing                                                                     000382
    Gorsuch Address to EPA Employees Waterside Hall                                                    000416
    Off Air Nevis Transfers Oct 19 1981                                                                 000518
    Lawmakers with Anne Gorsuch                                                                        000519
    Panorama Cutbacks at EPA                                                                           000523
    NBC Today Show Clearing the Air                                                                    000536
    CBS News Regulations and the Regulators                                                            000539
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Environmental Protection Agency                             CONTINUATION
    From the Editors Desk with Anne Gorsuch                                                            0005*1
    Good Morning America Inside Washington                                                             000545
    ABC Nightline Anne Gorsuch and the Environment                                                     000550
    Citizens Briefing 2d Hilton Hotel                                                                  000582
    Train Opening Statement to EPA Employees                                                           000584
Environmental health
    Soil Treatment Systems for Municipal Uastewater Part 4 State of the Art Research Seminar           000011
    Environmental Pollution in Hispanic American Communities                                           000172
Environmental issues
    Third National Conference on the Interagency Energy Environment R and 0 Program Keynote Address    000027
    Interviews with Members of the Third National Conference on the Interagency Energy Environment R
    and D Proaram at the Shoreham Hotel Part 1                                                         000028
    Interviews with Members of the Third National Conference on the Interacencv Enerov Environment R
    and D Program at the Shoreham Hotel Part 2                                                         000029
    Friends of the Environment                                                                         000173
Environmental legislation
    Lawmakers Environmental Standards and Toxic Haste                                                  000531
Environmental monitoring
    Trace Organics in Mater Part 3 Research Monitoring Studies                                         000005
    Swords to Plowshares The CSV Antelope                                                              000147
Environmental protection
    Press Conference President Ford Portland Oregon                                                    000360
    Train Press Conference                                                                             000381
    NBC Today Show with Russell Train                                                                  000427
    NBC Today Show with Russell .Train                                                                  000428
    Fac« the Nation with Russell Train                                                                 000434
    NBC Today Show with Douglas Costle                                                                 000459
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Environmental protection                                    CONTINUATION
    Sift*
    EPA TV Spots
    Meet the Press with Douglas Costle
    NBC Today Show Clearing the Air
    ABC Nightline Anne Gorsuch and the Environment
    C-SPAN Live Call In Interview with Hugh Kaufman
    Energy Crisis and the Environment
    State of the Union Address President Gerald Ford
Equal employment opportunity
    Equal Employment Opportunity Conference
Erosion control
    Clearwater
Estuaries
    Estuary
Eutrophication
    Clean Lakes Program Section 314
Exhaust emissions
    Implementing an Inspection Maintenance Program Some Notes for Planners
    EPA and the Automobile
    Eighteen Variations on a Theme Clean Air
    Train Press Conference Fuel Economy
    Train Press Conference Wastewater Treatment Funds
    Suspension of 1977 Auto Emission Standards
    CBS Evening News AMC Recall
Facilities Services and Support Division
    Facilities Services and Support Division Briefing
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Facility
    Dedication of Environmental Protection Agencys Noise Enforcement Facility Sandusky Ohio
Federal Register
    Federal Register What It Is and How to Use It
Feedlots
    Approach to Feedlot Order
    Proposed Feedlot Regulations
Finance
    Federal Buildings Fund
    Presidents Proposed 1977 Budget for EPA
    Zero Base Budgeting Briefing
Fir*
    Nova Why America Burns
Flood control
    Nova Goodbye Louisiana
Food industry
    Public Trust A Look BacK
    Off Air News Transfers Feb 14,21 1978
Forecasting
    Getting from Here to There Finding the Proper Tools
Forest management
    2»4»5-T Oregon Conifer Project
Formaldehyde
    Twenty Twenty The Danger Mi thin
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Freedom of Information Act
    Freedom of Information and Privacy Briefing
Fuel economy
    How Many Miles Per Gallon Fuel Economy Ratings
Gasoline
    Unleaded Gasoline What When Where
    Stage One Vapor Recovery Field Inspections
    Vapor Recovery in San Diego County California Stage It
    Good Horning America Inside Washington
    Off Air News Excerpts Jan 4 1982-Aug 27 1982
Glass recycling
    Great Container War
Gorsuch Anne M
    Off Air News Excerpts Dec 16-27 1982
    Off Air News Excerpts Oct 28 1982-Jan 3 1983
    Off Air News Excerpts Dec 8 1982-Jan 3 1983
    Off Air News Excerpts Jan 3-5 1983
    Gorsuch Report on Subcommittee Vote on Contempt
    Gorsuch Report Update on House Vote of Contempt
Government policies
    Role of Futures Forecasting in Policy Analyses
Grants
    Introduction to a Video Tape Seminar by Grants Administration
    Grants Administration Use of Source Materials
    Grants Administration Project Officer Responsibilities
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Grants                                                      CONTINUATION
    Grants Administration Initial Processing of Grant Proposals
    Grants Administration EPA Assistance Numbering System
    Grants Administration Grants Information and Control System
    Grants Administration Legal and Administrative Review
    Grants Administration Programmatic Review
    Grants Administration Grant Costs
    Grants Administration The Awards Process
    Grants Administration The Payment Process
    Grants Administration Subagreements
    Grants Administration Cost Price Analysis and Cost Review
    Grants Administration Relocation Assistance Historic Preservation Flood Insurance
    Grants Administration Accounting and Internal Management
    Grants Administration Project Changes
    Grants Administration Publications and Publicity
    Grants Administration Freedom of Information
    Grants Administration Grant Related Income
    Grants Administration Property Management
    Grants Administration Deviations and Regulations
    Grants Administration Recipient Reports
    Grants Administration Record Retention Requirements
    Grants Administration Assistance Closeout
    Grants Administration Remedies and Noncompliance
    Grants Administration Appeals Procedure
    Grants Administration Consolidated Grants Joint Funded Assistance
    Grants Administration Douglas Costles Introduction
    Construction Grants  Program Grants Information and Control System
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Grant*                                                      CONTINUATION
    Construction Grants Program Payments
    Construction Grants Program Protests Disputes
    Introduction to a Video Tape Seminar by Grants Administration
Grants Program
    Construction Grants Program Fundamentals of Sewage Treatment
Great Lakes
    Rise and Fall of the Great Lakes
Greece
    Greece Pollution in an Ancient County
Ground water
    Contaminated Water in Southern Missouri
    Sixty Minutes Mater Mater Everywhere
    PBS Latenight Tragic and Frustrating Story of Toxic Sites
Ground water movement
    Sixty Minutes Mater Mater Everywhere
Ground water recharge
    Soil Treatment Systems for Municipal Mastewater Part 2 State of the Art Research Seminar
HR 5252
    Interview with Anne M Gorsuch
Hazardous materials
    Chronic Chemical Hazards
Hazardous materials transportation
    Costle Press Conference Hazardous Chemicals Regulations
Hazardous waste
    Costle Press Conference Hazardous Mastes Regulations
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Hazardous wastes
    Superfund Briefing
    Investigation of the Oenney Farm Site
    Superfund Planning
    Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response Reports
    Blum Press Conference EPA vs Hooker Chemical Corp
    Costle Press Conference Hazardous Waste Disposal System
    Blum Press Conference Toxic Substances
    MacNeil Lehrer Report Chemical Contamination
    CBS News Love Canal and PCBs in North Carolina
    This Stream is Dead A Hazardous Material Incident
    Off Air News Transfers Dec 1978-Jan 1979
    NBC Today Show Series on Toxic Substances
    ABC Closeup The Killing Ground
    CBS News Toxic Waste Sites
    ABC News Memphis Chemical Contamination
    Off Air News Transfers Dec 1979
    Off Air News Transfers Apr 1980
    Lou Grant and Toxic Hastes
    ABC Closeup The Killing Ground An Update
    NBC News Fire at Elizabeth New Jersey
    Sixty Minutes Don't Go Near the Water
    Twenty Twenty Deadly Chemical Deadly Oil
    MacNeil  Lehrer Report Superfund Task Fore*
    Morning  Break Love Canal and Hazardous Chemical Dumping
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Hazardous wastes                                            CONTINUATION
    CBS News Liquids in Landfills
    Lawmakers Environmental Standards and Toxic Mast*
    700 Club Battle of Clinton County Ohio
    Sixty Minutes In Your Own Backyard
    NBC Today Show Toxic Waste in Moburn Mass
    Morning Break How Poisoned is America
    Superfund List of Most Hazardous Chemical Waste Sites
    Off Air Hews Excerpts Aug 24 1982-Oct 28 1982
    Off Air News Excerpts Dec 16-27 1982
    Off Air News Excerpts Jan 3-5 1983
    Off Air News Excerpts Jan 9-29 1983
    PBS Latenight Tragic and Frustrating Story of Toxic Sites
Health risks
    Health Risk to Humans Exposed to Sewage
Heavy metals
    Toxic Metals Hot Spot Survey Johnstown NY
Heptaehlor
    Train Press Conference Suspension of Chlordan and Heptaehlor
Herbicides
    Fundamental Principals of Meed Control
    Patterns of Herbicide Use
    How Pesticide Users Think and Act
    Communicating with Pesticide Users
    Overview of Pesticides Misuse Review Committee
    2>4>5-T and the Alsea Oregon Study
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Hooker Chemical Corp
    Blum Press Conference EPA vs Hooker Chemical Corp
Indoor air
    Off Air News Transfers Jul 1981
Industrial hygiene
    Song of the Canary
    Occupational Health Seminar Toxics in the Workplace
    Occupational Health Seminar Toxics in the Workplace
    Occupational Health Seminar Toxics in the Workplace
    Occupational Health Seminar Toxics in the Workplace
Industrial safety
    Laboratory Safety and Toxic Gas Exposure
    Song of the Canary
    Occupational Health Seminar Toxics in the Workplace
    Occupational Health Seminar Toxics in the Workplace
    Occupational Health Seminar Toxics in the Workplace
    Occupational Health Seminar Toxics in the Workplace
    Economy Ecology Labor and Environment
    Labor and the Environment
Information systems
    International Referral System
Insect control
    Nova The Insect Alternative
Insecticides
    Nova The Insect Alternative
Part 1
Part 2
Part 3
Part 4
Part 1
Part 2
Part 3
Part 4
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Inspection
    Construction Grants Process Construction Implementation
International agreements
    Nova A Mediterranean Prospect
International relations
    International Environmental Cooperation
    Symposium on the United Nations Environment Programme
    Overseas Mission
    US USSR Environmental Conference Opening Ceremonies
    US USSR Environmental Conference Closing Ceremonies
    Greece Pollution in an Ancient County
    US USSR Joint Committee Meeting on Cooperation Fourth Annual
    CBS News Sunday Morning Deadly Export
    Commission of European Communities Report
    US USSR Press Conference
    Overseas Environmental Control
Interviews
    Interviewing Techniques for Program Evaluation
Irrigation
    Nova The Hater Crisis
Johnstown NY
    Toxic Metals Hot Spot Survey Johnstown NY
Laboratories
    Laboratory Safety and Toxic Gas Exposure
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Lakes
    Clean Lakes Program Section
    Clean Lakes
Land disposal
    Soil Treatment Systems for Municipal Wastewatcr Part 3 State of the Art Research Seminar
    Soil Treatment Systems for Municipal Mastewater Part 4 State of the Art Research Seminar
    Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response Reports
Land reclamation
    Powder River Partners
Lavelle Rita M
    Off Air News Excerpts Jan 4 1982-Aug 27 1982
Lead
    Costle Press Conference New National Air Pollution Standard for Lead
Legislation
    Superfund Planning
Lindane
    Rebuttable Presumption Against Registration Lindane
Local government
    EPA Hater Quality Conference Part 1
    EPA Hater Quality Conference Part 2
    EPA Hater Quality Conference Part 3
    EPA Hater Quality Conference Part 4
Love Canal
    MacNeil  Lehrer Report Chemical Contamination
    CBS News Love Canal and PCBs in North Carolina
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Love Canal                                                  CONTINUATION
    NBC Today Show Series on Toxic Substances                                                          000467
    ABC Closeup The Killing Ground                                                                     000468
    Off Air News Transfers Dec 1979                                                                    000484
    ABC Closeup The Killing Ground An Update                                                           00049&
    US Chronicle A Love Canal Family                                                                   000500
    ABC News Love Canal                                                                                000506
    Good Morning America Love Canal                                                                    000507
    Off Air News Transfers May 21-22 1980                                                              000508
    Morning Break Love Canal and Hazardous Chemical Dumping                                            000528
    Lois Gibbs and the Love Canal                                                                      000529
    Of,f Air News Excerpts Jan 4 1982-Aug 27 1982                                                       000552
Malathion
    Medfly Quarantine Scare                                                                            000510
Man environment interactions
    Confronting the Multifold Trend Public Policy Planning Imperatives for the Next 25 Years           000020
Management planning
    Management by Objectives and Formal Planning Reporting Systems                                     000245
Manpower
    Mater Quality Management Workshop Manpower Planning Manpower Training and Operator Certification   000135
Manuals
    Soil Treatment Systems for Municipal Mastewater Part 4 State of the Art Research Seminar           000011
Mediterranean Sea
    Nova A Mediterranean Prospect                                                                      000490
Mediterranean fruit fly
    Medfly Quarantine Scare                                                                            000510
    Off Air News Transfers Jul 1981                                                                    000547
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Mercury poisoning
    Off Air News Transfers Jan 19-Mar 19 1979
Metabolism
    Drug Metabolism
    Drug Metabolism
Metal recycling
    Great Container Mar
Minorities
    Minorities and the Environment
Minority Business Enterprise Program EPA
    Overview of EPAs Minority Business Enterprise Program
Mississippi River
    Nova Goodbye Louisiana
Monitoring
    Toxicants in Our Raw Hater Supply The Need for an Early Warning System
Motion pictures
    Motion Picture Procurement Procedures
Municipal engineering
    Water Quality Management Workshop Municipal Construction Grants
National Aeronautics and Space Administration
    Controls on Research and Development
National Coal Policy Project
    Alternatives to Litigation The National Coal Policy Project
National Shellfish Sanitation
    Poison and Shellfish Health and Ecology Seminar
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National pollutant discharge elimination system
    Mater Quality Management Workshop NPDES Permits WQM Planning Interrelationships NPDES Enforcement
    WQtl Planning Interrelationships                                                                    000134
    Interview with Sarah Compton and William Jordan                                                    000492
Niagara River
    Sixty Minutes Don't Go Near the Mater                                                              000517
Noise Enforcement Test
    Dedication of Environmental Protection Agencvs Noise Enforcement Facility Sanduskv Ohio            000165
Noise levels
    NBC Today Show An EARreplaceable Problem                                                           000497
Noise measurement
    Dedication of Environmental Protection Aaencvs Noise Enforcement Facility Sanduskv Ohio            000165
Noise pollution
    Noise                                                                                              000164
Noise pollution abatement
    Buy Quiet                                                                                          000167
    Buy Quiet Government Purchasing                                                                    000168
Noise reduction
    Dramatization of the Effectiveness of a Muffler Enclosure in Reducing Pavement Breaker Noise       000166
    NBC Today Show An EARreplaceable Problem                                                           000497
Noise standards
    Environmental Noise Level Document                                                                 000163
    Dedication of Environmental Protection Aaencvs Noise Enforcement Facility Sanduskv Ohio            000165
Noise suppressor*
    Dramatization of the Effectiveness of a Muffler Enclosure in Reducing Pavement Breaker Noise       000166
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Nonpoint source
    Mater Quality Management Workshop Non Point Source Controls
Nuclear power
    NBC Today Show with Ralph Nader and Ralph Lapp
    Nuclear Spectrum USA Nuclear Power in the United States
    Atomic Power Today Service with Safety
Nuclear power plants
    NBC Today Show wi th Ralph Nader and Ralph Lapp
    Atomic Power Today Service with Safety
Nuclear reactors
    Nuclear Spectrum USA Nuclear Power in the United States
Occupational health and safety
    EPA Occupational Safety and Health Program
    New Look at OSHA
    Song of the Canary
    Occupational Health Seminar Toxics in the Workplace Part 1
    Occupational Health Seminar Toxics in the Workplace Part Z
    Occupational Health Seminar Toxics in the Workplace Part 3
    Occupational Health Seminar Toxics in the Workplace Part 4
    Hazards from Exposure to Toxic Chemicals in the Research Lab
    Her Rah Women and the Work Environment
    ABC Closeup Asbestos The Way to Dusty Death
Ocean environments
    Swords to Plowshares The OSV Antelope
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Ocean Naste disposal
    Radioactive Mast* Management A Survey and Analysis of Ocean Disposal Sites
    Mysterious Deep
    Decisions at One Thousand Fathoms
Oceans
    Mysterious Deep
    Off Air News Transfers May 19 1979
Office of Civil Rights
    Civil Rights at EPA A New Beginning
Office of Drinking Hater
    Regional Office Orientation How the Office of Drinking Hater is Organized
    Office of Drinking Mater Budget Preparation
    How a Regulation is Made Office of Drinking Mater
    Public Mater Supervision Program Victor Kimms Closing Remarks
Office of Public Awareness
    Linkages OPA Making Connections
Offshore drilling
    NBC Today Show with Russell Train
    Offshore Onshore
Oil spills
    Oil Spill Briefing
    Operation STEP Spill Training Operation Program
    Annapolis Boy Scouts View Oil Spill Demonstration EPA News Update
    Off Air News Transfers Feb 14,21 1978
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Oil wastes
    Twenty Twenty Deadly Chemical Deadly Oil
Oil wells
    Deep Mater Ports EPA Briefing by the US Coast Guard
Organic compounds
    Trace Organics in Mater Part 1 Identification and Measurement
    Trace Organics in Water Part 2 Standardized Methods
Ozone
    Those Hazy Days of Summer
    Costle Press Conference Revised Ozone Standards
PACE
    Trace Organics in Mater Part 3 Research Monitoring Studies
Pathogens
    Fatal Amoebic Infections from Swimming and Drinking Hater
Payroll
    EPA Payroll System
Pentachlorophenol
    This Stream is Dead A Hazardous Material Incident
Percolation
    Soil Treatment Systems for Municipal Hastewater Part 2 State of the Art Research Seminar
Personnel management
    EPA Orientation Program for New Employees Regional Offices
    EPA Employee Responsibilities and Conduct
    Presidential Management Intern Program
    Presidential Management Intern Program Training of Panelists for Regional Screening Process
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Personnel management                                        CONTINUATION
    Labor Relations
    Performance Appraisal and Pay
    EEO and the Federal Supervisor Affirmative Action is Good Management
    EEO and the Supervisor The Legal History
    EEO and the Federal Manager The Counselor Program and Complaint System
    Presidential Management Intern Program Training of Panelists for Regional Screening Process
    Grievance Process
    Senior Environmental Employment SEE It Is Working
    EPA Issues and Answers
    Time Accounting Information System
    Phones and Managers
    Performance Management System
Pesticides
    Office of Enforcement the Role of Rebuttable Presumption Against Registration
    Pesticides Registration Briefing
    Certification of Pesticide Applicators
    Communicating with Pesticide Users
    Pesticides Product Information on Microfiche
    Pesticides Product Information on Microfiche Program 2
    Overview of Pesticides Misuse Review Committee
    Rebuttable Presumption Against Registration
    Applicator Certification
    New Pesticide Registration Standards
    Project Safeguard
    Portugal A Discussion with Margarida Barros* Engenheira Quimica
    Politics of Poison
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Planning
    Confronting the Multifold Trend Public Policy Planning Imperatives for the Next 25 Years
    Futures Research in the Government Federal Panel
    Keeping the World Safe for Bureaucracy Crazy
Point sources
    Approach to Feedlot Order
    Proposed Feedlot Regulations
Pollution
    Minorities and the Environment
Pollution control
    Overseas Mission
Polychlorinated biphenyls
    PCBs in the Environment 1975 Part 1
    PCBs in the Environment 1975 Part 2
    PCBs in the Environment 1975 Part 3
    PCBs in the Environment 1975 Part 4
    PCBs in the Environment 1975 Part 5
    PCBs in the Environment 1975 Part 6
    PCBs in the Environment 1975 Part 7
    Plague on Our Children
    Overview of PCBs Today Part 1  Industrial Uses Transformers and Capacitors Health Effects
    Overview of PCBs Today Part 2  EPA Ban Regulations Disposal and Storage Interim Measures
    PCBX
    CBS News Love Canal  and PCBs in North Carolina
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Portugal
    Portugal A Discussion Mith Margarida Barros, Engenheira Quimica
Procurement
    Implementing OMB Circular A76
    Small Purchases $2500 to $10000
    EPA Source Evaluation and Selection Procedures
    Introduction to the Policy and Review Elements of the Procurement Organization
    Accomplishments and Objectives for FY 1977 Contracts Management Division
    Introduction to the Procurement Organization
    Overview of Research Triangle Parks RTP Contracts Management Division
    Construction Grants Process Construction Implementation
    Procurement Workshop Boston Massachusetts
    Procurement Seminar for Program Executives Opening Remarks
Program
    Poison and Shellfish Health and Ecology Seminar
Program for the
    Trace Organics in Mater Part 3 Research Monitoring Studies
Project Independence
    Interview with Stanley M Greenfield
Public opinion
    Applications of Futures Research a Corporate Example
    Message on Public Participation
    Barbara Blum on Public Participation
    Public Trust A Look Back
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Public relations
    Message on Public Participation
    Contingency Planning Guidelines Public Relations at the Spill Scene
    Linkages OPA Making Connections
Pyrolysis incineration
    CBS News Report on the Monsanto Pyrolysis Plant
Quality assurance
    Quality Assurance and Environmental Programs A Challenge to Management
Radiation effects
    Women and Radiation Testimony from Citizens Hearings
    Good Morning America Bomb Testings and Radiation Exposure
Radiation hazards
    Fifth Line of Containment Program 1
    Fifth Line of Containment Program 2
    PM Magazine Invisible Rays
    Good Morning America Bomb Testings and Radiation Exposure
Radiation injuries
    Women and Radiation Testimony from Citizens Hearings
    Good Morning America Bomb Testings and Radiation Exposure
Radiation measurement
    Environmental Survey of Nonionizing Radiation
    Field Survey and Laboratory Analyses
Radiation protection laws
    Train Press Conference New Radiation  Standards  for Nuclear Power
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Radioactive contaminants
    Calendar Mass Bay in Hot Hater
Radioactive waste disposal
    Radioactive Waste Management A Survey and Analysis of Ocean Disposal Sites
    Mysterious Deep
    Calendar Mass Bay in Hot Mater
    Universe Changing Nuclear Haste into Glass
    Decisions at One Thousand Fathoms
Radioactive waste processing
    Universe Changing Nuclear Waste into Glass
Radioactivity
    Radioactivity
    Radioactivity in Drinking Water
Recycling
    CBS Magazine Is Recycling UnAmerican
    NBC News Recycling in Yosemite National Park
    NBC Today Show Recyclable Bottles
    Great Container War
Regulations
    How a Regulation is Made Office of Drinking Water
    EPA Consolidated Permit Regulations
    Blum Press Conference EPA Regulatory Reform
    Costle Press Conference Establishment of the Regulatory Council
    MacNeil Lehrer Report Inflation and Environmental Control
    Regulators Our Invisible Government
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    CBS News Ronald Reagan Visits Ohio
Resource Conservation and Recovery Act of 1976
    Resource Conservation and Recovery Act 1976
Rural areas
    Small Flows Program Review
Safe Drinking Water Act of 197*
    Underground Injection Control Program
Salt marshes
    Salt Marsh A Question of Values
Sampling
    Investigation of the Derwiey Farm Site
Sanitary landfills
    Sixty Minutes In Your Own Backyard
Savings bonds
    Savings Bond Promotional
Scriptwriting
    Role of the Scriptwriter
Semi arid land
    NBC News Presents Man Beast and the  Land
Senior Environmental Employment Program
    Senior  Environmental Employment Program Awards Ceremony 1978
Sewage
    Health  Risk to  Humans Exposed  to Sewage
Sewage irrigation
    Soil Treatment  Systems  for Municipal Mastewater  Part 1 State of the Art Research Seminar
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Sewage treatment
    Small Flows Program Review                                                                         000006
    Soil Treatment Systems for Municipal Hastewater Part 2 State of the Art Research Seminar           000009
    Soil Treatment Systems for Municipal Uastewater Part 3 State of the Art Research Seminar           000010
    Construction Grants Program Fundamentals of Sewage Treatment                                       000348
Sewage treatment plants
    Mater Quality Management Workshop Operations and Maintenance of the Treatment Facility Facilities  000130
Sewer pipes
    Innovative Sewer Construction Demonstration Project                                                000013
Sewer surcharges
    •Mater Quality Management Workshop User Charges and Industrial Cost Recovery                        000131
Sewers
    Innovative Sewer Construction Demonstration Project                                                000013
    Construction Grants Program Infiltration Inflow, Sewer System Evaluation Survey, Rehabilitation    000340
Shellfish
    Poison and Shellfish Health and Ecology Seminar                                                    000015
Shore protection
    Nova Goodbye Louisiana                                                                             000560
Small businesses
    EPA Small Business Program                                                                         000278
Smog
    Train Press Conference Sources of Smog                                                             000373
    Air of Disaster                                                                                    000562
Snail darter
    CBS News The Earth Revisited                                                                       000522
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Social planning
    Applications of Futures Research a Corporate Example
Soils
    Soil Treatment Systems for Municipal Wastewater Part 1 State of the Art Research Seminar
Solar energy
    ACT 79
    Solar Energy The Great Adventure
Solid waste management
    From Waste to Resource
Space shuttle
    Flight of the Enterprise
Stationary sources
    Coke Oven Emissions Pittsburgh and Birmingham
    Costle Press Conference Standards of Performance for New Stationary Sources
Statistical analysis
    Statistical Sampling An Introduction
Stream pollution
    Toxic Metals Hot Spot Survey Johnstown NY
Sulfur dioxide
    Train Press Conference Confirmation by Congress
Superfund
    Gorsuch Press Conference Superfund National Contingency Plan
    Establishment of a Special Task Force for Superfund
    Gorsuch Press Conference Superfund
    Gorsuch Press Conference Superfund and the Corps of Engineers
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Superfund                                                   CONTINUATION
    MacNcil Lehrer Report Superfund
    MacNeil Lehrer Report Superfund Task Force
    Superfund List of Most Hazardous Chemical Waste Sites
Surface mining
    Powder River Partners
Surface waters
    Mater Music
Sweden
    Train Press Conference Russell Train and the King of Sweden
Technology forecasting
    Why Look at the Future
    Role of Futures Forecasting in Policy Analyses
    Futures Research in the Government Federal Panel
    Putting It All Together How EPA Can Cope with the Uncertain Future
Technology innovation
    ACT 79
    ACT Fair A Place to Start
Telephones
    Phones and Managers
    Telephone Bill
    If the Shoe Fits
Thermal effluents
    Thermal Effluent Limits
Thermal pollution
    Costle Press Conference Seabrook Radiation Facility
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    Role of EPA at Three Mile Island
    Off Air News Transfers Mar 19-Apr 19 1979
    Off Air News Transfers Apr 19 1979
    Off Air News Transfers May 19 1979
Times
    Off Air News Excerpts Oct 28 1982-Jan 3 1983
Times Beach (Mo.)
    Off Air News Excerpts Dec 16-27 1982
    Off Air News Excerpts Dec 8 1982-Jan 3 1983
    Off Air News Excerpts Jan 3-5 1933
    Off Air News Excerpts Jan 5-10 1983
    Off Air News Excerpts Jan 9-29 1983
    MacNeil Lehrer Report Times Beach and Dioxin in Missouri
Toxaphene
    Rebuttable Presumption Against Registration Toxaphene
    Sixty Minutes Mho Killed Mr. Neary's Cows
    Press Conference Cancellation of the Use of Toxaphene
Toxic Substances Control Act
    Security Procedures for TSCA Confidential Business Information
    Toxic Substances Control Act An Overview of Its Authorities and Major Activities
    Security is Our Business
    Costle Press Conference Toxic Substances Control Act and Recall of GM Cadillacs
    Costle Press Conference Toxic Substances Control Act
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Toxic diseases
    US Chronicle A Love Canal Family
Toxic hazards
    Hazards from Exposure to Toxic Chemicals in the Research Lab
Treflan
    Treflan Trysben and Benzac Petition for Suspension
Trysben
    Treflan Trysben and Benzac Petition for Suspension
Uranium
    Fifth Fuel Uranium
    ABC Closeup The Uranium Factor
Urban areas
    Minorities and the Environment
    Urban Communities and the Environment
Value engineering
    Value Engineering
Vapors
    Stage One Vapor Recovery Field Inspections
    Vapor Recovery in San Diego County California Stage II
Video tape production
    How to Produce a Video Tape Program
    Practical Guide to Sets and Props for Video Tape Production
    Camera Techniques for Video Tape
    Lighting for Video Tape Production
    Set up Operation and Care of the Video Tape System
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Video tape production                                       CONTINUATION
    How to Perform on TV                                                                               000407
    Video Tape Applications in the Classroom                                                           000408
Vinyl chloride
    Train Press Conference Vinyl Chloride Air Emission Standards                                       000374
Waste management
    Good Environment is Good Business                                                                  000178
Haste processing plants
    Universe Stardust 80 Japans Recycling of Waste Products                                            000574
Waste recycling
    Good Environment is Good Business                                                                  000178
    Twenty Twenty Deadly Chemical Deadly Oil                                                           000526
    Universe Stardust 80 Japans Recycling of Waste Products                                            000574
Waste water reuse
    Soil Treatment Systems for Municipal Wastewater Part 1 State of the Art Research Seminar           000008
    Land Treatment of Municipal Wastewater A New Look at an Old Idea                                   000145
    Water Passages                                                                                     000152
    Land Treatment of Municipal Wastewater A New Look at an Old Idea                                   000154
    Universe Recycling Household Water                                                                 000511
Water
    Trace Organics in Water Part 1 Identification and Measurement                                      000003
    Trace Organics in Water Part 2 Standardized Methods                                                000004
    Water Quality Management Workshop NPDES Permits WQM Planning Interrelationships NPDES Enforcement
    WQM Planninq Interrelationships                                                                    000134
    Interview  with Sarah Comoton and William Jordan                                                    000492
Water conservation
    Socioeconomic Accroaches to Residential Water Consumption                                          000014
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Water consumption
    Sociocconoraic Approaches to Residential Hater Consumption
Mater pollution
    Pollution Induced Cancer in Cincinnati the Health Officers Dilemma
    Poison and Shellfish Health and Ecology.Seminar
    Contaminated Mater in Southern Missouri
    Nova The Mater Crisis
    Sixty Minutes Don't Go Near the Mater
    Morning Break How Poisoned is America
Mater pollution abatement
•   Jorling Press Conference
    First Pollution
Mater pollution control
    Water Quality Management Workshop Industrial Effluent Limitations Guidelines Toxic Strategy
    Course Corrections Effort Pretreatment
    Construction Grants Program Trainina Program Financina Mater Pollution Control
    Train Press Conference Wastewater Treatment Funds
    First Pollution
    MacNeil Lehrer Report Pavina for Clean Hater
Hater pollution detection
    Laboratory Tests at the National Enforcement Center- Denver Colorado
    Toxicants in Our Raw Hater Supply The Need for an Early Harm no System
Hater pollution economics
    Hater Quality Manacement HorKshop User Charges and Industrial Cost Recovery
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Hater pollution standards
    Costle Press Conference Proposed Hater Discharge Regulations                                       000390
    MacNeil Lehrer Report New Rules on Hater Pollution Standards                                       000549
Hater quality
    Anne Gorsuch on Channel 11 News                                                                    000417
    Nova A Medi terranean Prospect                                                                      000490
Hater quality management
    208 Hater Planning                                                                                 000112
    Areawide Planning under Section 208 Developing a Working Plan                                      000113
    Areawide Planning under Section 208 The Designation Process                                        000114
    EPA Water Quality Conference Part 1                                                                000119
    EPA Hater Quality Conference Part 2                                                                000120
    EPA Water Quality Conference Part 3                                                                000121
    EPA Water Quality Conference Part 4                                                                000122
    Clean Water Act 1977 Amendments OWPO Implementation Project                                        000127
    Water Quality Management Workshop State and Areawide Water Quality Management Program              000128
    Water Quality Management Workshop Manpower Planning Manpower Training and Operator Certification   000135
    Hater Quality Management Workshop From Planning to Operations                                      000136
    Clean Water is the Goal                                                                            000148
Waterfowl
    ABC and NBC Evening News Pesticides                                                                000514
Waterside Mall Complex
    Waterside  Mall Complex Orientation                                                                 000202
    Clean Up at Waterside Mall                                                                         000566
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Meed control
    Fundamental Principals of Meed Control                                                             000060
    Patterns of Herbicide Use                                                                          000061
    How Pesticide Users Think, and Act                                                                  000062
Wetlands
    Wetlands A Case for Protection                                                                     000144
Women
    International Womens Year                                                                          000193
    EPA Conference on Women 3rd March 10-12 1975                                                       000194
    Womens World                                                                                       000195
    Federal Womens Program Training Session in Mentoring and Networking                                000236
Zero base budgeting
    Zero Base Budgeting Briefing                                                                       000246

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      How Pesticide Users ThinK and
         Amendment to the Clean Air
Conference Toxic Substances Control
ce Reauthorization of the Clean Air
MacNeil Lehrer Report The Clean Air
 Resource Conservation and Recovery
                        Clean Water
                          Clean Air
                          Clean Air
           Toxic Substances Control
Conference Toxic Substances Control
 the Federal Supervisor Affirmative
                  Use of Granulated
                 Upgrading Existing
ervieu of Its Authorities and Maior
im Primary Drinking Water Standards
Environment R and D Program Keynote
                 State of the Union
                            Gorsuch
n to a Video Tape Seminar by Grants
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ABC Closeuo Asbestos The Way to Dusty Death                         000481
ABC Closeup Asbestos The May to Dusty Death An Update               000572
ABC Closeuo The Killing Ground                                      000468
ABC Closeup The Killing Ground An Update                            000498
ABC Closeuo The Uranium Factor                                      000488
ABC News Acid Rain Poison from the Sky                              000491
ABC News Love Canal                                                 000506
ABC News Memphis Chemical Contamination                             000483
ABC Niahtline Anne Gorsuch and the Environment                      000550
ABC Twenty Twenty Hidden Poison                                     000456
ABC and NBC Evening News Pesticides                                 000514
ACT 79                                                              000181
ACT Fair A Place to Start                                           000191
ALPHA                                                               000252
AMC Recall          •                                                000450
Accomplishments and Objectives for FY 1977 Contracts Management Di   000276
Accounting Information System                                       000262
Accounting and Internal Management                                  000317
Acid Rain                                                           000480
Acid Rain Poison from the SKy                                       000491
Act                                                                 000062
Act                                                                 000102
Act                                                                 000384
Act                                                                 000421
Act                                                                 000512
Act 1976                                                            000159
Act 1977 Amendments OWPO Implementation Prolect                     000127
Act Amendments of 1977 HR 6161                                      000469
Act Amendments of 1981                                              000108
Act An Overview of Its Authorities and Major Activities             000075
Act and Recall of GM Cadillacs                                      000376
Action is Good Management                                           000228
Activated Carbon for Wastewater Treatment                           000579
Activated Sludge Treatment Plants                                   000033
Activities                                                          000075
Additional Testimony                                                000118
Address                                                             000027
Address President Gerald Ford                                       000586
Address to EPA Employees Waterside Mall                             000416
Administration                                                      000303
Administration                                                      000351
Administration Accounting and Internal Management                   000317
Administration Appeals Procedure                                    000328
Administration Assistance Closeout                                  000326
Administration Consolidated Grants Joint Funded Assistance          000329
Administration Cost Price Analysis and Cost Review                  000315
Administration Deviations and Regulations                           000323
Administration Douglas Costles Introduction                         000330
Administration EPA Assistance Numbering System                      000307
Administration Freedom of Information                               000320

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kina for the United States The Road
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        NBC Today Show Clearina the
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             Amendment to the Clean
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    MacNeil Lehrer Report The Clean
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ain Press Conference Proposed Clean
ain Press Conference Vinvl Chloride
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Administration Grant Costs                                          000311
Administration Grant Related Income                                 000321
Administration Grants Information and Control System                000308
Administration Initial Processina of Grant Proposals                000306
Administration Legal and Administrative Review                      000309
Administration Programmatic Review                                  000310
Administration Project Changes                                      000318
Administration Proiect Officer Responsibilities                     000305
Administration Property Management                                  000322
Administration Publications and Publicity                           000319
Administration Recipient Reports                                    000324
Administration Record Retention Requirements                        000325
Administration Relocation Assistance Historic Preservation Flood I  000316
Administration Remedies and Noncompliance                           000327
Administration Subagreements                                        000314
Administration The Awards Process                                   000312
Administration The Payment Process                                  000313
Administration Use of Source Materials                              000304
Administrative Review                                               000309
Administrator Costles Holiday Messaqe 1978                          000395
Administrators Briefing                                             000362
Advanced Seminar                                                    000380
Adventure                                                           000476
Affirmative Action is Good Management                               000228
Afield                                                              000187
Against Registration                                                000051
Against Registration                                                000068
Against Registration Dimethoate                                     000072
Against Registration Lindane                                        000070
Aaainst Registration Toxaphene                                      000069
Agency Wide Data Processing Services                                000251
Acencvs Noise Enforcement Facility Sanduskv Ohio                    000165
Agreement                                                           000333
Agreement                                                           000397
Agriculture and the Environment                                     000175
Ahead                                                               000207
Air                                                                 000106
Air                                                                 000200
Air                                                                 000534
Air                                                                 000536
Air                                                                 000548
Air Act                                                             000102
Air Act                                                             000421
Air Act                                                             000512
Air Act Amendments of 1977 HR 6161                                  000469
Air Act Amendments of 1981                                          000103
Air Amendments                                                      000587
Air Emission Standards                                              000374
Air News Excerpts Aug 24  1982-Oct 28  1982                           000551
Air News Excerpts Dec 16-27 1982                                    000553
Air News Excerpts Dec 8 1982-Jan 3 1983                             000555

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               Clean Mater Act 1977
                      Clean Air Act
                      Clean Air Act
      Mornina Break How Poisoned is
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                       Good Morning
                       Good Morning
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Environmental Pollution in Hispanic
                              Fatal
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             Catalytic Converter An
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ctive Waste Manaeement A Survey and
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        Registry of Tumors in Lower
Air News Excerpts Jan 3-5 1983                                      000556
Air News Excerpts Jan 4 1982-Auq 27 1982                            000552
Air News Excerpts Jan 5-10 1983                                     000557
Air News Excerots Jan 9-29 1983                                     000558
Air News Excerpts Oct 28 1982-Jan 3 1983                            000554
Air News Transfers Apr 19 1979                                      000473
Air News Transfers Apr 1980                                         000489
Air News Transfers Dee 1978-Jan 1979                                000466
Air News Transfers Dec 1979                                         000484
Air News Transfers Feb 14,21 1978                                   000448
Air News Transfers Jan 19-Mar 19 1979                               000471
Air News Transfers Jul 1981                                         000547
Air News Transfers Mar 19-Apr 19 1979                               000472
Air News Transfers Mav 19 1979                                      000474
Air News Transfers May 21-22 1980                                   000508
Air News Transfers Oct 19 1981                                      OOOS18
Air Pollutants                                                      000443
Air Pollution Control                                               000370
Air Pollution Standard for Lead                                     000393
Air Pollution The Facts                                             000105
Air Standards                                                       000400
Air of Disaster                                                     000562
Alabama                                                             000520
Alan G Kirk II                                                      000363
All Together How EPA Can Cope with the Uncertain Future             000026
Alsea Oregon Study                                                  000080
Alternative                                                         000496
Alternatives to Litigation The National Coal Policy Proiect         000174
Amendment to the Clean Air Act                                      000102
Amendments                                                          000587
Amendments OWPO Implementation Project                              000127
Amendments of 1977 HR 6161                                          000469
Amendments of 1981                                                  000108
America                                                             000543
America Bomb Testings and Radiation Exposure                        000573
America Burns                                                       000516
America Inside Washington                                           000545
America Love Canal                                                  000507
America with Douglas Costle                                         000444
America with Doualas Costle                                         000486
American Communities                                                000172
Amoebic Infections from Swimmino and Drinking Hater                 000030
Analyses                                                            000023
Analyses                                                            000098
Analysis                                                            000103
Analysis Workshop for Contracts and Grants                          000247
Analysis and Cost Review                                            000315
Analysis of Ocean Disposal Sites                                    000096
Ancient County                                                      000358
Animals Health and Ecology Seminar Series                           000017
Annapolis Boy Scouts View Oil Spill Demonstration EPA News Update   000179

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                        ABC Closeup
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        Construction Grants Process

        Construction Grants Program
noes Control Act An Overview of Its
                 Suspension of 1977
                        EPA and the
       Costle Press Conference 1979
Anne Gorsuch                                                        000519
Anne Gorsuch                                                        000541
Anne Gorsuch and the Environment                                    000550
Anne Gorsuch on Channel 11 News                                     0004-17
Anne M Gorsuch                                                      000569
Annual                                                              000424
Annual Report to the President The Protection of Our Environment    000192
Answers   '                                                          000249
Antelope                                                            000147
Appeals Procedure                                                   000328
Application and Processing                                          000288
Application and Processina                                          000290
Application and Processing                                          000292
Applications                                                        000263
Applications in the Classroom                                       000408
Applications of Futures Research a Corporate Example                000022
Applicator Certification                                            000073
Applicators                                                         000058
Appraisal and Pay                                                   000227
Appreciation Day                                                    000559
Approach to Feedlot Order                                           000049
Approaches to Residential Mater Consumption                         000014
Areawide Planning under Section 208 Developing a Working Plan       000113
Areawide Plannina under Section 208 The Desianation Process         000114
Areawide Water Quality Management Program                           000128
Army Corps of Engineers Agreement                                   000397
Art Research Seminar                                                000007
Art Research Seminar                                                000008
Art Research Seminar                                                000009
Art Research Seminar                                                000010
Art Research Seminar                                                000011
Asbestos                                                            000398
Asbestos The Way to Dusty Death                                     000481
Asbestos The Way to Dusty Death An Update                           000572
Assertive Behavior Training Seminars Orientation                    000212
Assistance                                                          000329
Assistance Closeout                                                 000326
Assistance Group Meeting                                            000366
Assistance Historic Preservation Flood Insurance                    000316
Assistance Numbering Svstem                                         000307
Assurance and Environmental Programs A Challenge to Management      000031
Atlantic City Story The Big Gamble                                  000538
Atmospheric Fluorocarbons State of the Art Research Seminar         000007
Atomic  Power Today Service with Safety                              000441
Audit                                                               000296
Audit Conference St Louis                                           000256
Audits  Project Closeout                                             000346
Authorities and Maior Activities                                    000075
Auto Emission Standards                                             000367
Automobile                                                          000188
Automobile Mileage Ratings                                          000388

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Award Ceremony
Award Manaaement
Award of Construction Contracts
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Awards 1978
Awards Ceremony 1973
Awards Ceremony 1974
Awards Ceremony 1975
Awards Ceremony 1976
Awards Ceremony 1978
Awards Process
Awards Proaram
Awards Public Employees Appreciation Day
Back
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Ban Regulations Disposal and Storaae Interim Measures
Barbara Blum
Barbara Blum and Good Mornina America with Doualas Costle
Barbara Blum on Public Participation
Barbara Blums Welcome to New Employees
BarroS) Encenheira Quimica
Base Budgetina Briefina
Battle of Clinton County Ohio
Bay in Hot Water
Beach and Dioxin in Missouri
Beast and the Land
Beginning
Behavior Trainina Seminars Orientation
Benefits You Earn
Benzac Petition for Suspension
Benzene Effects on Blood and Reproduction
Bid Material
Biddability and Constructability Review
Bia Gamble
Bill
Birmingham
Black History Week 1978
Blood and Reproduction
Bloodmobile Promotion 1980
Blum
Blum Press Conference EPA Regulatory Reform
Blum Press Conference EPA vs Hooker Chemical Corp
Blum Press Conference Toxic Substances
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            Pesticides Registration
                          Sunerfund
                          Oil Spill
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                Zero Base Budgeting
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                           Citizens
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        Train Press Conference 1976
    Costle Press Conference FY 1979
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                                EPA
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Break How Poisoned is America
Break Love Canal and Hazardous Chemical Dumping
Breaker Noise
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Briefino
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Briefing by the US Coast Guard
Bubble Concept
Budget
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Budcet 1980 Summary
Budget 1981 Summary
Budcet 1982 Briefina
Budget Preparation
Budeet for EPA
Budgeting Briefing
Bui Idines Fund
Bureaucracy Crazy
Burns
Business
Bus iness
Business Chemicals Help or Hazard
Business Enterprise Program
Business Information
Business Proaram
Buy Quiet
Buy Quiet Government Purchasing
CBS Evening News AMC Recall
CBS Magazine Is Recycling UnAmerican
CBS News Civil Service Reform and Veterans Preference
CBS News Economy Car Fails EPA Inspection
CBS News Liquids in  Landfills
CBS News Love Canal and PCBs  in North Carolina
CBS News Ohio Coal
CBS News Regulations and the Regulators
CBS News Report on the Monsanto Pyrolysis Plant
CBS News Ronald Reagan Visits Ohio
CBS News Sunday Morning Deadly Export
CBS News The Earth Revisited
CBS News Toxic Waste Sites
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 Vapor Recovery in San Diego County
                        C-SPAN Live

                   Combined Federal
                   Combined Federal
                   Combined Federal
              NBC Today Show Carter
    Putting It All Together How EPA
                      ABC News Love
          Good Horning America Love
            Lois Gibbs and the Love
                US Chronicle A Love
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                      CBS News Love
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                   Press Conference
                       Geography of
                  Pollution Induced
 1 Industrial Uses Transformers and

                   CBS News Economy
        Us* of Granulated Activated
               Set up Operation and
                Supervisors Role in
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tie Press Conference Diesel Powered
                     NBC Today Show
                         Wetlands A

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V Tests at the National Enforcement

SR Environmental Conference Opening
SR Environmental Conference Closing
      EPA Summer Employment Program
                    Childrens Award
                         EPA Awards
                         EPA Awards
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                         EPA Awards
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                         Applicator
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urance and Environmental Programs A
ject Changes Contract Modifications
        Construction Grants Program
      Grants Administration Project
Calendar Mass Bay in Hot Mater
California Stage II
Call In Interview with Hugh Kaufman
Camera Techniques for Video Tape
Campaign 1979 Douglas Costle
Campaign 1981
Campaign 1982 Results and Christmas Message
Campaign Commercial
Can Cope with the Uncertain Future
Canal
Canal
Canal
Canal Family
Canal and Hazardous Chemical Dumping
Canal and PCBs in North Carolina
Canary
Cancellation of the Use of Toxaphene
Cancer Health and Ecology Seminar Series
Cancer in Cincinnati the Health Officers Dilemma
Capacitors Health Effects
Captan Treated Food
Car Fails EPA Inspection
Carbon for Mastewater Treatment
Care of the Video Tape System
Career Development
Carolina
Cars Failing to Meet Pollution Standards
Cars Vans and Light Trucks
Carter Campaign Commercial
Case for Protection
Catalytic Converter An Analysis
Catalytic Converters
Caution Drinking Water May Be Dangerous to Your Health
Center Denver Colorado
Centrex with Electronic Switching
Ceremonies
Ceremonies
Ceremonies 1977
Ceremony
Ceremony 1973
Ceremony 1974
Ceremony 1975
Ceremony 1976
Cereroony 1978
Certification
Certification
Certification of Pesticide Applicators
Challenge to Management
Change Orders
Change Orders for Construction Contract Modification
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Construction Grants Program Project
                           Universe
                    Anne Gorsuch on
er Quality Management Workshop User
              MacNeil Lehrer Report
                   ABC Hews Memphis
Blum Press Conference EPA vs Hooker
               Twenty Twenty Deadly
ning Break Love Canal and Hazardous
                            Chronic
   Superfund List of Most Hazardous
                   It Your Business
  Costle Press Conference Hazardous
     Hazards from Exposure to Toxic
                      Plague on Our

rain Press Conference Suspension of
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                                 US
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        Pollution Induced Cancer in
                             Closed
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 Press Conference Results of the 60
     MacNeil Lehrer Report Atlantic

                          Launching
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                           CBS News
                     Interview with
     Video Tape Applications in the
                     On the Road to
     Eighteen Variations on a Theme
          Lawmakers John Pinole and
        Crisis to Crisis What Price
                   Amendment to the
ssConference Reauthorization of the
          MacNeil Lehrer Report The
     Train Press  Conference  Proposed
             Costle  Press  Conference
                               For  a
Changes Contract Modifications Change Orders
Changing Nuclear Waste into Glass
Channel 11 News
Charaes and Industrial Cost Recovery
Chemical Contamination
Chemical Contamination
Chemical Corp
Chemical Deadly Oil
Chemical Dumping
Chemical Hazards
Chemical Waste Sites
Chemicals Help or Hazard
Chemicals Regulations
Chemicals in the Research Lab
Children
Childrens Award Ceremony
Chlordan and Heptachlor
Chloride Air Emission Standards
Choice Stakes
Christmas Message
Chronic Chemical Hazards
Chronic Exposure to Air Pollutants
Chronicle A Love Canal Family
Cincinnati
Cincinnati the Health Officers Dilemma
Circuit TV Previews
Circular A76
Citizens Briefing 2d Hilton Hotel
Citizens Hearings
City Drinking Water Survey
City Story The Big Garble
Civil Riahts at EPA A New Beginning
Civil Service Reform Program Development Conference
Civil Service Reform The Senior Executive Service
Civil Service Reform and Veterans Preference
Clarence Hardv
Classroom
Clean Air
Clean Air
Clean Air
Clean Air
Clean Air Act
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                 Not For Women Only
   MacNeil Lehrer Report Paying for


                     NSC Today Show

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            Press Conference Bubble

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       Ecjual Employment Opportunity
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tion Grants Proaram Preconstruction
                      Jorling Press
                        Train Press
                      US USSR Press
Clean Up at Waterside Mall                                          000566
Clean Mater                                                         000432
Clean Mater                                                         000521
Clean Mater Act 1977 Amendments OHPO Implementation Proiect         000127
Clean Hater is the Goal                                             000148
Clearina the Air                                                    000536
Clearwater                                                          000142
Clinton County Ohio                                                 000532
Closed Circuit TV Previews                                          000253
Closeout                                                            000326
Closeout                                                            000346
Closeup Asbestos The May to Dusty Death                             000481
Closeup Asbestos The May to Dusty Death An Update                   000572
Closeuo The Killing Ground                                          000468
Closeup The Killing Ground An Update                                000498
Closeup The Uranium Factor                                          000488
Closing Ceremonies                                                  000757
Closing Remarks                                                     000141
Club Battle of Clinton County Ohio                                  000532
Coal                                                                000458
Coal Policy                                                         000447
Coal Policy Proiect                                                 000174
Coast Guard                                                         000115
CoKe Oven Emissions Pittsburgh and Birmincjham                       000047
Colorado                                                            000048
Combined Federal Campaign 1979 Doualas Costle                       000235
Combined Federal Campaign 1981                                      000242
Combined Federal Campaign 1902 Results and Christmas Message        000239
Commercial                                                          000494
Commission of European Communities Report                           000581
Committee                                                           000067
Committee Meeting on Cooperation Fourth Annual                      000424
Communicate with EPA Television                                     000266
Communicating with Pesticide Users                                  000063
Communities                                                         000172
Communities Report                                                  000581
Communities and the Environment                                     000176
Complaint System                                                    000230
Complex Orientation                                                 000202
Coraoton and William Jordan                                          000492
Computer Sciences Corporation Presents an Overview                  000255
Concept                                                             000413
Concepts and Demonstration of ALPHA                                 000252
Conditions 0411 Manual Review Plan of Operation Review               000344
Conduct                                                             000217
Conference                                                          000221
Conference                                                          000225
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Conference                                                          000377
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                 Train Press   Conference
                Costle Press   Conference
                 Train Press   Conference
                Costle Press   Conference
                       Press   Conference
                       Press   Conference
                Costle Press   Conference
       US USSR Environmental   Conference
                 Train Press   Conference
                 Train Press   Conference
OSHA EPA and FDA Joint Press   Conference
                Costle Press   Conference
                  Blum Press   Conference
                  Blum Press   Conference
                Costle Press   Conference
            Train KirK Press   Conference
                Costle Press   Conference
                Costle Press   Conference
                       Press   Conference
                 Train Press   Conference
                Costle Press   Conference
                Costle Press   Conference
                Costle Press   Conference
                Costle Press   Conference
                 Train Press   Conference
       US USSR Environmental   Conference
           EPA Mater Quality   Conference
           EPA Hater Quality   Conference
           EPA Water Quality   Conference
           EPA Water Quality   Conference
                       Press   Conference
                 Train Press   Conference
                Costle Press   Conference
                Costle Press   Conference
               Quarles Press   Conference
               Gorsuch Press   Conference
                 Train Press   Conference
                Costle Press   Conference
                 Train Press   Conference
                Costle Press   Conference
                 Train Press   Conference
                       Audit   Conference
                Costle Press   Conference
               Gorsuch Press   Conference
               Gorsuch Press   Conference
               Gorsuch Press   Conference
                 Train Press   Conference
                  Blum Press   Conference
                Costle Press   Conference
                Costle Press   Conference
                 Train Press   Conference
1976 Budget                                              000365
1979 Automobile Mileaae Ratines                          000388
Air Pollution Control                                    000370
Asbestos                                                 000398
Bubble Concept                                           000413
Cancellation of the Us* of Toxaohene                     000576
Clean Air Standards                                      000400
Closina Ceremonies                                       000357
Confirmation by Congress                                 000585
Construction Grants                                      000371
DSCP Dibromochloropropane                                000383
Diesel Powered Cars Vans and Liaht Trucks                000410
EPA Regulatory Reform                                    000389
EPA vs Hooker Chemical Corn                              000401
EPA/Army Corps of Engineers Agreement                    000397
Enforcement Proarams                                     000059
Establishment of the Regulatory Council                  000392
FY 1979 Budaet                                           000366
FY 1982 Budget                                           000*15
Fuel Economy                                             000362
Hazardous Chemicals Regulations                          000365
Hazardous Waste Disposal System                          000411
Hazardous Wastes Regulations                             000394
New National Air Pollution Standard for Lead             000393
New Radiation Standards for Nuclear Power                000369
Ooenina Ceremonies                                       000356
Part 1                                                   000119
Part 2                                                   000120
Part 3                                                   000121
Part 4                                                   000122
President Ford Portland Oregon                           000360
Proposed Clean Air Amendments                            000587
Proposed Drinking Water Standards                        000387
Proposed Hater Discharce Peculations                     000390
Recall of Cars Failing to Meet Pollution Standards       000378
Reculatorv Reform                                        000423
Results of the 80 City Drinking Mater Survey             000368
Revised Ozone Standards                                  000399
Russell Train and the King of Sweden                     000375
Seabrook Radiation Facility                              000379
Sources of Smog                                          000373
St Louis                                                 000256
Standards of Performance for New Stationary Sources      000391
Suoerfund                                                000420
Superfund National Contingency Plan                      000418
Superfund and the Corps of Enaineers                     000422
Suspension of Chlordan and Heptachlor                    000372
Toxic Substances                                         000412
Toxic Substances Control Act                             000384
Toxic Substances Control Act and Recall of GM Cadillacs  000376
Vinyl Chloride Air Emission Standards                    000374

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                        Train Press
                                EPA
                     Third National
 with Members of the Third National
 with Members of the Third National
       Security Procedures for TSCA
             Train Press Conference

in Press Conference Confirmation by
                     2»4,5-T Oreoon
                Linkages OPA Making
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              Grants Administration
                                EPA
tion Grants Program Biddability and
        Construction Grants Process
on Grants Program Change Orders for
onstruction Grants Process Award of
                   Innovative Sewer
        Construction Grants Process
ality Management Workshop Municipal
             Train Press Conference
Conference Wastewater Treatment Funds                               000364
Conference on Women 3rd March 10-12 1975                            000194
Conference on the Interagency Energy Environment R and D Program K  000027
Conference on the Interaoancv Enerav Environment R and D Proaram a  000028
Conference on the Interagency Energy Environment R and D Program a  000029
Confidential Business Information                                   000074
Confirmation by Conqress                                            000535
Confrontino the Multifold Trend Public Policv Plannina Imperatives  000020
Congress                                                            000585
Conifer Proiect                                                     000426
Connections                                                         000190
Conservation and Recovery Act 1976                                  000159
Consolidated Grants Joint Funded Assistance                         000329
Consolidated Permit Peculations                                     000265
Construetability Review                                             000345
Construction Contract Documents                                     000291
Construction Contract Modification                                  000341
Construction Contracts                                              000293
Construction Demonstration Project                                  000013
Construction Grant Numbering                                        000299
Construction Grants                                                 000129
Construction Grants                                                 000371
Construction Grants Process Audit                                   000296
Construction Grants Process Award of Construction Contracts         000293
Construction Grants Process Construction Contract Documents         000291
Construction Grants Process Construction Grant Numberina            000299
Construction Grants Process Construction Implementation             000295
Construction Grants Process Facilities Plans                        000289
Construction Grants Process Federal Payment Procedure               000297
Construction Grants Process Preapplication Information              000287
Construction Grants Process Program Management                      000298
Construction Grants Process Role of the Federal Government        .  000284
Construction Grants Process State Planning Process                  000286
Construction Grants Process Step 1 Grant Application and Processin  000288
Construction Grants Process Step 2 Grant Application and Processin  000290
Construction Grants Process Steo 3 Grant Application and Processin  000292
Construction Grants Process Work Session 1                          000300
Construction Grants Process WorK Session 2                          000301
Construction Grants Program Audits Project Closeout                 000346
Construction Grants Proaram Biddabilitv and Construetabilitv Revie  000345
Construction Grants Program Chance Orders for Construction Contrac  000341
Construction Grants Proaram EPA Regulations Guidance and Procedure  000285
Construction Grants Program Final Inspection                        000349
Construction Grants Proaram Fundamentals of Sewacje Treatment        000348
Construction Grants Program General Agreement                       000333
Construction Grants Proaram Grant Conditions OXM Manual Review Pla  000344
Construction Grants Program Grants Information and Control System   000335
Construction Grants Proaram Infiltration Inflow, Sewer System Eval  000340
Construction Grants Program Introduction                            000332
Construction Grants Proaram On Sitq and Interim Inspection          000347
Construction Grants Program Payments                                000336

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           Delegating Management of
        Construction Grants Process
                       Food and the
mic Approaches to Residential Water
                              Great
                      Fifth Line of
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     MacNeil Lehrer Report Chemical
          ABC News Memphis Chemical
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such Report on Subcommittee Vote on
such Report Update on House Vote of
Press Conference Superfund National

tion Grants Proaram Reconstruction
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view of Research Triangle Parks RTF
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a Proaram Financina Water Pollution
rain Press Conference Air Pollution
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ants Program Grants Information and
                         Senrinar on
anagement Workshop Non Point Source

eral Employees at the White House A
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                          Catalytic
Construction Grants Program Preconstruction Conference              000339
Construction Grants Proaram Preconstruction Contract Award Manaaem  000338
Construction Grants Program Project Changes Contract Modifications  000294
Construction Grants Prccjram Protests Disputes                       000337
Construction Grants Program Review of Bid Material                  000334
Construction Grants Proaram Role of Reaional Inspectors             000342
Construction Grants Program Supplemental Program Requirements       000343
Construction Grants Proaram Trainina Proqram Financina Water Pollu  000331
Construction Grants Program to States                               000257
Construction Implementation                                         000295
Consumer                                                            000234
Consumption                                                         000014
Container War                                                       000487
Containment Proaram 1                                               000099
Containment Program 2                                               000100
Contaminated Water in Southern Missouri                             000451
Contamination                                                       000457
Contamination                                                       000483
Contamination of Triana Alabama                                     000520
Contempt                                                            000570
Contempt                                                            000571
Contincencv Plan                                                    000418
Contingency Planning Guidelines Public Relations at the Spill Seen  000137
Contract Award Manaaeraent                                           000338
Contract Documents                                                  000291
Contract Modification                                               000341
Contract Modifications Chance Orders                                000294
Contracts                                         -                  000293
Contracts Management Cost Review and Policy Branch                  000281
Contracts Manacement Division                                       000276
Contracts Management Division                                       0002SO
Contracts Manacewent Division Cincinnati                            000282
Contracts Policy and Review                                         000283
Contracts and Grants                                                000247
Control                                                             000060
Control                                                             000331
Control                                                             000370
Control                                                             000465
Control                                                             000588
Control Act                                                         000384
Control Act An Overview of Its Authorities and Major Activities     000075
Control Act and Recall of GM Cadillacs                              000376
Control Program                                                     000157
Control System                                                      000308
Control System                                                      000335
Controlling Pollution from Power Plants                             000034
Controls                                                            000132
Controls on Research and Development                                000002
Conversation with  the President                                     000233
Conversion                                                          000226
Converter An Analysis                                               000103

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           NBC Today Show Catalytic
        International Environmental
 US USSR Joint Committee Meeting on
Putting It All Together How EPA Can
s Conference EPA vs Hooker Chemical
 Applications of Futures Research a
                  Computer Sciences
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   Costle Press Conference EPA/Army
uidelines Toxic Strategy Mid Course

              Grants Administration
orkshop User Charges and Industrial
inistration Cost Price Analysis and
               Contracts Management
bined Federal Campaign 1979 Doualas
d Good Horning America with Douglas
        NBC Todav Show wi Th Doualas
  Good Morning America with Douglas
        Meet the Press with Doualas
                      Administrator
      Grants Administration Doualas
        Grants Administration Grant
nee Establishment of the Regulatory
                  Office of General

    EEO and the Federal Manager The
     Greece Pollution in an Ancient
        Vapor Recovery in San Diego
         700 Club Battle of Clinton
tions Guidelines Toxic Strategy Mid
ixtv Minutes Who Killed Mr. Ncarv's
ping the World Safe for Bureaucracy
Converters                                                          000455
Cooperation                                                         000352
Cooperation Fourth Annual                                           000424
CODB with the Uncertain Future                                      000026
Corp                                                                000401
Corporate Example                                                   000022
Corporation Presents an Overview                                    000255
Corps of Engineers                                                  000422
Corps of Engineers Agreement                                        000397
Corrections Effort Pretreatment                                     000133
Cost Analysis Workshop for Contracts and Grants                     000247
Cost Price Analysis and Cost Review                                 000315
Cost Recovery                                                       000131
Cost Review                                                         000315
Cost Review and Policy Branch                                       000281
Costle                                                              000235
Costle                                                              000444
Costle                                                              000459
Costle                                                              000486
Costle                                                              000493
Costle Press Conference 1979 Automobile Mileage Ratings             000388
Costle Press Conference Asbestos                                    000398
Costle Press Conference Clean Air Standards                         000400
Costle Press Conference Diesel Powered Cars Vans and Light Trucks   000410
Costle Press Conference EPA/Army Corps of Engineers Agreement       000397
Costle Press Conference Establishment of the Regulatory Council     000392
Costle Press Conference FY 1979 Budget                              000386
Costle Press Conference Hazardous Chemicals Regulations             000385
Costle Press Conference Hazardous Waste Disposal System             000411
Costle Press Conference Hazardous Wastes Regulations                000394
Costle Press Conference New National Air Pollution Standard for Le  000393
Costle Press Conference Proposed Drinking Water Standards           000387
Costle Press Conference Proposed Water Discharge Regulations        000390
Costle Press Conference Revised Ozone Standards                     000399
Costle Press Conference Seabrock Radiation Facility                 000379
Costle Press Conference Standards of Performance for New Stationar  000391
Costle Press Conference Toxic Substances Control Act                000384
Costle Press Conference Toxic Substances Control Act and Recall of  000376
Costles Holiday Message 1978                                        000395
Costies Introduction                                                000330
Costs                                                               000311
Council                                                             000392
Counsel Moot Hearing                                                000185
Counsellor Dierdre Trio Discusses 2i4,5-T                           000081
Counselor Program and Complaint System                              000230
County                                                              000358
County California Stage II                                          000046
County Ohio                                                         000532
Course Corrections Effort Pretreatment                              000133
Cows                                                                000524
Crazy                                                               000186

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                     Nova The Water
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                             Energy

                           Panorama
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                  Twenty Twenty The
      Caution Drinking Water May Be

tion by COMNET for EPAs Agency Wide
wards Public Employees Appreciation
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                     This Stream is
                      Twenty Twenty
            CBS News Sunday Morning
      Twenty Twenty Deadly Chemical
                  Matching of Sally
C Closeup Asbestos The Way to Dusty
C Closeup Asbestos The Way to Dusty
uttable Presumption Process A First
                         Mysterious
Annapolis Boy Scouts View Oil Spill
      Innovative Sewer Construction
                       Concents and
               Investigation of the
 at the National Enforcement Center

wide Plannina under Section 208 The
                   From the Editors
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           Controls on Research and
         Supervisors Role in Career
nehing Civil Service Reform Program
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                     Lawmakers John
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                             Air of
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Crisis                                                              000501
Crisis What Price Clean Air                                         000548
Crisis and the Environment                                          000578
Crisis to Crisis What Price Clean Air                               000548
Cutbacks at EPA                                                     000523
DSCP Dibromochloropropane                                           000383
DDT Contamination of Triana Alabama                                 000520
Danqer Within                                                       000540
Dangerous to Your Health                                            000429
Data Management and Standardization Proaram Feasibility Study       000253
Data Processing Services                                            000251
Day                                                                 000559
Days of Summer                                                      000104
DeKanv                                                              000485
Dead A Hazardous Material Incident                                  000461
Deadly Chemical Deadly Oil                                          000526
Deadly Export                                                       000542
Deadly Oil                                                          000526
Dean                                                                000056
Death                                                               000481
Death An Update                                                     000572
Decision on Endrin                                                  000064
Decisions at One Thousand Fathoms                                   000577
Dedication of Environmental Protection Agencvs Noise Enforcement F  000165
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Deep Water Ports EPA Briefing by the US Coast Guard                 000115
Delegating Management of Construction Grants Program to States      000257
Demonstration EPA News Update                                       000179
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Display System EPA Applications                                     000263
Disposal Sites                                                      000096
Disposal System                                                     000411
Disposal and Storage Interim Measures                               000094
Disputes                                                            000337
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Division                                                            000280
Division Briefing                                                   000248
Division Cincinnati                                                 000282
Document                                                            000163
Documents                                                           000291
Domestic Information Display System EPA Applications                000263
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Doualas Costle                                                      000444
Douglas Costle                                                      000459
Doualas Costle                                                      000486
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Drinking Water Budget Preparation                                   000139
Drinking Mater May Be Dangerous to Your Health                      000429
Drinking Water Standards                                            000117
Drinking Water Standards                                            000387
Drinking Water Standards Additional Testimony                       000118
Drinking Water Survey                                               000368
Drinking Water is Organized                                         000138
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Drug Metabolism                                                     000078
Drug Safety at FDA Health and Ecology Seminar Series                000018
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Dusty Death                                                         000481
Dusty Death An Update                                               000572
EARreplaceable Problem                                              000497
EEO and the Federal Manager The Counselor Program and Complaint  Sy  000230
EEO and the Federal Supervisor Affirmative Action is Good Manageme  000228
EEO and the Supervisor The Legal History                            000229
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EPA                                                                 000523
EPA A New Beginning                                                 000201
EPA Applications                                                    000263
EPA Assistance Numbering System                                     000307
EPA Awards Ceremony 1973                                            000580
EPA Awards Ceremony 1974                                            000196

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EPA Awards Ceremony 1975                                            000198
EPA Awards Ceremony 1976                                            000199
EPA Ban Regulations Disposal and Storage Interim Measures           000094
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EPA Budget 1980 Summary                                             000396
EPA Budcet 1981 Summary                                             000409
EPA Budget 198? Briefing                                            000414
EPA Can Cope with the Uncertain Future                              000026
EPA Conference on Women 3rd March 10-12 1975                        000194
EPA Consolidated Permit Regulations                                 000265
EPA Employee Responsibilities and Conduct                           000217
EPA Employees                                                       000584
EPA Employees Waterside Mall                                        000416
EPA Inspection                                                      000475
EPA Issues and Answers                                              000249
EPA News Update                                                     000179
EPA Occupati9nal Safety and Health Program                          000052
EPA Orientation Proqram for New Employees                           000215
EPA Orientation Proqram for New Employees Regional Offices          000216
EPA Payroll System                                                  000197
EPA Regulations Guidance and Procedures                             000285
EPA Reaulatory Reform                                               000389
EPA Small Business Program                                          000278
EPA Source Evaluation and Selection Procedures                      000274
EPA Summer Employment Proqram Ceremonies 1977                       000213
EPA TV Spots                                                        000482
EPA Television                                                      000266
EPA Water Quality Conference Part 1                                 000119
EPA Water Quality Conference Part 2                                 000120
EPA Water Quality Conference Part 3                                 000121
EPA Water Quality Conference Part 4                                 000122
EPA and FDA Joint Press Conference DBCP Dibromochloropropane        000383
EPA and the Automobile                                              000188
EPA at Three Mile Island                                            000042
EPA vs Hooker Chemical Corp                                         000401
EPA/Army Corps of Enqineers Agreement                               000397
EPAs Agency Wide Data Processing Services                           000251
EPAs Minority Business Enterprise Proqram                           000279
Early Warning System                                                000123
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Earth Revisited                                                     000522
Ecoloqy Labor and Environment                                       000170
Ecology Seminar                                                     000015
Ecoloav Seminar Series                                              000016
Ecology Seminar Series                                              000017
Ecoloav Seminar Series                                              000018
Economy                                                             000362
Economy Car Fails EPA Inspection                                    000475
Economy Ecoloqy Labor and Environment                               000170
Economy Ratines                                                     000044
Editors Desk with Anne Gorsuch                                      000541

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Effluent Limits                                                     000109
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Eichteen Variations on a Theme Clean Air                            000200
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Elements of the Procurement Organization                            000275
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Emergency Response Reports                                          000162
Emission Standards                                                  000367
Emission Standards                                                  000374
Emissions Pittsburgh and Birmingham                                 000047
Emphysema Produced by Chronic Exposure to Air Pollutants            000443
Employee Responsibilities and Conduct                               000217
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Employees Appreciation Day                                          000559
Employees Meeting                                                   000231
Employees Regional Offices                                          000216
Employees Waterside Mall                                            000416
Employees at the White House A Conversation with the President       000233
Employment Opportunity Conference                                   000221
Employment Program Awards Ceremony 1978                             000183
Employment Program Ceremonies 1977                                  000213
Employment SEE It Is Working                                        000241
Enclosure in Reducing Paveraent Breaker Noise                        000166
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Energy Crisis and the Environment                                   000578
Energy Environment R and D Program Keynote Address                  000027
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Energy The Great Adventure                                          000476
Enforcement Center Denver Colorado                                  000048
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Enforcement Programs                                                000059
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Environment 1975 Part 1                                             000035
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Environment R and D Program Keynote Address                         000027
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Environment is Good Business                                        000178
Environmental Conference Closing Ceremonies                         000357
Environmental Conference Openinq Ceremonies                         000356
Environmental Control                                               000465
Environmental Control                                               000538
Environmental Cooperation                                           000352
Environmental Employment Proaram Awards Ceremonv 1978               000163
Environmental Employment SEE It Is Working                          000241
Environmental Noise Level Document                                  000163
Environmental Pollution in Hispanic American Communities            000172
Environmental Proarams A Challenae to Manacement                    000031
Environmental Protection Agcncys Noise Enforcement Facility Sandus  000165
Environmental Standards and Toxic Waste                             000531
Environmental Survey of Nonionizing Radiation                       000097
Environmental Youth Awards                                          000180
Environmental Youth Awards 1978                                     000177
Environmental Youth Awards Proaram                                  000182
Equal Employment Opportunity Conference                             000221
Establishment of a Special Task Force for Superfund                 000419
Establishment of the Regulatory Council                             000392
Estate Reports on Acid Rain                                         000480
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European Communities Report                                         000581
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Evaluation Survey, Rehabilitation                                   000340
Evaluation and Selection Procedures                                 000274
Evening News AMC Recall                                             000450
Evenina News Pesticides                                             000514
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Executives Opening Remarks                                          000425
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Exposure to Air Pollutants                                          000443
Exposure to Toxic Chemicals in the Research Lab                     000442
FDA Health and Ecology Seminar Series                               000016
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Facilities Services and Support Division Briefing                   000248
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Federal Campaign 1982 Results and Christmas Message                 000239
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Grants Proaram Introduction                                         000332
Grants Program On Site and Interim Inspection                       000347
Grants Proarara Payments                                             000336
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Her Rah Women and the Work Environment                              000446
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Herbicide Use in Oregon                                             000453
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History Week 1978                                                   000222
Holiday Message 1978                                                000395
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House A Conversation with the President                             000233
House Vote of Contempt                                              000571
Household Water                                                     000511
How                                                                 000125
How EPA Can Cope with the Uncertain Future                          000026
How Many Miles Per Gallon Fuel Economy Ratings                      000044
How Pesticide Users Think and Act                                   000062
How Poisoned is America                                             000543
How a Regulation is Made Office of Drinking Water                   000140
How the Office of Drinking Water is Organized                       000138
How to Perform on TV                                                000407
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        Construction Grants Program
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Information Efficient                                               000264
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Information and Control System                                      000335
Information and Privacy Briefing                                    000204
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Iniection Control Program                                           000157
Innovative Sewer Construction Demonstration Project                 000013
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Inspection                                                          000349
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Inspection Maintenance Program Some Notes for Planners              000107
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Interim Measures                               •                     000094
Interim Primary Drinking Water Standards                            000117
Interim Primary DrinKing Water Standards Additional Testimony        000118
Intern Program                                                      000218
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  Kaufman                                                            000565
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  Latenight Tragic and Frustrating Story of Toxic Sites              000564
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Lawmakers with Anne Gorsuch                                         000519
Lead                                                                000393
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Lehrer Report Atlantic City Story The Big Gamble                    000538
Lehrer Report Chemical Contamination                                000457
Lehrer Report Inflation and Environmental Control                   000465
Lehrer Report New Rules on Water Pollution Standards                000549
Lehrer Report Paying for Clean Water                                000521
Lehrer Report Superfund                                             000502
Lehrer Report Superfund Task Force                                  000527
Lehrer Report The Clean Air Act                                     000512
Lehrer Report Times Beach and Dioxin in Missouri                    000575
Lets Communicate with EPA Television                                000266
Level Document                                                      000163
Light Trucks                                                        000410
Lighting for Video Tape Production                                  000405
Limitations Guidelines Toxic Strategy Mid Course Corrections Effor  000133
Limits                                                              000109
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Linkages OPA Making Connections                                     000190
Liauids in Landfills                                                000530
List of Most Hazardous Chemical Waste Sites                         000546
Litigation The National Coal Policy Proiect                         000174
Live Call In Interview with Hugh Kaufman                            000565
Lois Gibbs and the Love Canal                                       000529
Look Back                                                           000189
Look at OSHA                                                        000054
Look at an Old Idea                                                 000145
Look at an Old Idea                                                 000154
Look at the Future                                                  000021
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Louis                                                               000256
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Love Canal Family                                                   000500
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Love Canal and PCBs in North Carolina                               000460
Lower Animals Health and Ecology Seminar Series                     000017
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MacNei1 Lehrer Report Atlantic City Story The Big Gamble            000538
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Maintenance Program Some Notes for Planners                         000107
Maintenance of the Treatment Facility Facilities                    000130
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Mall Complex Orientation                                            000202
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Management Intern Program Training of Panelists for Regional Scree  000219
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Manacement System                                                   000568
Management Workshop From Planning to Operations                     000136
Manaeement Workshop Industrial Effluent Limitations Guidelines Tox  000133
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Management and Standardization Procram Feasibility Study            000258
Management by Objectives and Formal Planning Reporting Systems      000245-
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Manpower Training and  Operator Certification                        000135
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Mass Bay in Hot Mater                                               000525
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Meeting on Cooperation Fourth Annual                                000424
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Minority Business Enterprise Program                                000279
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Power in the United States                                          000438
Powered Cars Vans and Light Trucks                                  000410
Practical Guide to Sets and Props for Video Tape Production         000403
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Presents an Overview                                                000255
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Preservation vs Progress                                            000544
President                                                           000233
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President Gerald Ford                                               0005S6
President The Protection of Our Environment                         000192
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Presidents Environmental Youth Awards 1978                          000177
Presidents Environmental Youth Awards Program                       000182
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Press Conference                                                    000377
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Press Conference 1976 Budget                                        000365
Press Conference 1979 Automobile Mileage Ratings                    000308
Press Conference Air Pollution Control                              000370
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Press Conference Bubble Concent                                     000413
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Press Conference Clean Air Standards                                000400
Press Conference Confirmation by Congress                           000585
Press Conference Construction Grants             -                  000371
Press Conference DSCP Dibromochloropropane                          000383
Press Conference Diesel Powered Cars Vans and Liaht TrucKs          000410
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Press Conference EPA vs Hooker Chenical Corp                        000401
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Press Conference Enforcement Programs                               000059
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Press Conference Hazardous Wastes Peculations                       000394
Press Conference New National Air Pollution Standard for Lead       000393
Press Conference New Radiation Standards for Nuclear Power          000369
Press Conference President Ford Portland Oreaon                     000360
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