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                    JULY HIGHLIGHTS
DATABASE UPDATE

      The Enviroline database, accessible online by library staff, has
expanded its coverage to include studies of acid deposition and related
technologies, as cited in Acid Rain Abstracts. Enviroline summarizes
environmental literature from approximately 5,000 sources of information,
including many EPA reports and publications.

      DIALOG, an online database utility, has added more local newspaper
titles to its PAPERS file. PAPERS offers current and archival access to the
full-text of stories, features, columns and editorials from newspapers from
28 major U.S. cities.  A number of EPA regional sites are represented,
including Boston, New York, Philadelphia, Atlanta, Denver, San Francisco,
and Seattle.

      For more information, or to request an online search, contact the
reference staff at 382-5921.
NEW CEQ REPORT NOW A VAILABLE

Environmental Quality.  The 21st Annual Report of the Council on
Environmental Quality has been added to the Library's reference collection.
Part I includes Special Reports on Where We Stand; Making the Environment
Count; Technology for Pollution Prevention; Linking  Ecosystems and
Biodiversity; and the National Environmental Policy. Part II contains
environmental statistical tables and figures with retrospective data.
REFHC110.E5E28
               Look for the Centerfold on Cultural Diversity
                       in the August issue.
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                LOOKING FOR AN ORGANIZATION OR ASSOCIATION?
Headquarters Library has a number of reference books designed to help its patrons locate
an association or organization that they may have heard of, or determine whether or not
there is an association or organization that meets a certain need. Following is a list of such
reference books with a brief summary of their content.  The arrangement and the format of
indexing are explained in the front of each book.

Encyclopedia of Associations  REF HS17.G334 (2 vol., supp. [Vol. 1 - 3 parts])
       National organizations throughout the United States.

Encyclopedia of Associations: International Organizations  REF HS17.G334 (Part 1 and 2)
       Non-profit organizations that are international in scope, membership or interest, including those that
are binational or multinational.

Encyclopedia of Associations: Regional. State, and Local Organizations
REF AS22.E53 1991 (5vol.)
       Non-profit membership regional, state, and local organizations within the United States and the U.S.
possessions.

Consultants and Consulting Organizations Directory REF HD69.C6C47  (2 vol., update)
       Organizations and individuals engaged in consulting for business, industry and government.

Encyclopedia of Governmental Advisory Organizations REF JK468.C7E52 (1 vol.)
       Permanent, continuing and ad hoc presidential, congressional, public, inter-agency and other
government-related advisory committees.

Information Industry Directory REF Z699.E9 1991 (2vol.)
       Information organizations providing information beyond their own organizational interest, information
access services, information sources and support services including consultants and service companies.

Foundation Directory  REF AS911.A2F65 (1 vol.)
       Independent (or private) foundations, company sponsored foundations, operating foundations (only
those awarding outside grants) and community (multiple donors) foundations. Does not include public
charities.

Government Research Directory  REF Q179.98 G68 (1 vol.)
       Government research and development centers, institutes, laboratories, test facilities, experiment
stations and grants management and research coordinating offices.

Research Centers Directory REF AS25.D5 (2 vol.)
       University-related and other non-profit research organizations established on a permanent basis.

Directory of Directories. REF AY 2001.057 (2 vol., suppl.)
       Lists directories of businesses and industries, professional and scientific rosters, directory databases,
and guides.


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          WHAT'S AVAILABLE IN THE HEADQUARTERS LIBRARY

      As part of our ongoing effort to collect books and journals relevant to EPA staff
needs, the following is a list of our latest acquisitions.  It is organized by program area for
your convenience. Copies of all items listed here are available at the Circulation Desk;
books are on the New Books shelves.
      Library tours are given every Wednesday afternoon at 2:00 p.m. For database
information call 202-382-5921 or send Email inquiries to EPA 3738.
                               AIR & RADIATION

Becker, Gary S. 'The Hot Air Inflating the Greenhouse Effect." Business Week.
Issue 3218.  June 17,1991.  p.  16.

Boutacoff, David. "New Focus on Air Toxics: The Clean Air Act."  EPRI Journal. Vol. 16,
No. 2, March 1991. pp. 4-13.

Corcoran, Elizabeth. "Cleaning Up Coal." [reducing emissions] Scientific American.
Vol.  264, No. 5, May 1991. pp. 107-116.

Del Genio, Anthony D.; Lacis, Andrew A.; Ruedy, Reto A. "Simulations of the Effect of a
Warmer Climate on Atmospheric Humidity."  Nature. Vol. 351, No. 6325, May 30,1991.
pp. 382-385.

Dismukes, Edward B.; Gooch, John P.  Technology for the Control of Particulates and
Sulfur Oxides by Electrostatic Techniques. (Project Summary). Research Triangle Park,
NC: Air and Energy Engineering Research Laboratory, USEPA, May 1991.
(EPA/600/S7-91/004)

Kominsky, John R., et al.  Evaluation of Two Cleaning Methods for Removal of Asbestos
Fibers from Carpet. (Project Summary). Cincinnati, OH: Risk Reduction Engineering
Laboratory, USEPA, April 1991.  (EPA/600/S2-90/053)

Lashof, Daniel A; Tirpak, Dennis A., editors. Policy Options for Stabilizing Global Climate:
Report to Congress. Washington, DC: Office of Policy, Planning and Evaluation, USEPA,
December 1990. [V. 1, Main Report; V.  2, Executive Summary; and V. 3, Technical
Appendices]. EPAX 9105-0056 v.1 v.2 v.3

Scholtens, Michael J.  "Air Pollution Control: A Comprehensive Look." Pollution
Engineering: Vol.  23, No. 5, May 1991. pp. 54,56,58.

Wilson, Jr., James H.  Proceedings of Two Highway Vehicle Emission Inventory Work-
shops. (Project Summary). Research Triangle Park, NC: Air and Energy Engineering
Research Laboratory, USEPA, April 1991. (EPA/600/S9-91/007)
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                       HAZARDOUS WASTE SUPERFUND

Note: The Library has a special collection and databases to improve access to Hazardous
Waste Superfund information.  For more information contact Felice Sacks at 202-382-3021.

Allison, Jerry D.; Brown, David S.; Novo-Gradac, Kevin J.  MINTEQA2/PRODEFA2, A
Geochemical Assesment Model for Environmental Systems: Version 3.0 User's Manual.
Athens, GA: Environmental Research Laboratory, Office of Research and Development,
USEPA, March 1991.  EPAX 9105-0057

Begley, Ronald. "Industry Bemoans EPA's Lender Liability Break." Chemicalweek.
Vol.  148, No. 23, June 19,1991. p. 14.

Butler,  Larry. "Vapor-Suppressing Foam Covers Waste Disposal Site." Pollution
Engineering. Vol.  23, No.  5, May 1991. pp. 48-49.

Cheremisinoff,  Paul N.  "Working with Hazardous Materials."  Pollution Engineering.
Vol.  23, No. 5, May 1991. pp. 40-46.

Feder,  Barnaby J. "In the Clutches of the Superfund Mess." New York Times, 16 June
1991, sec. 3, pp. 1,6.

Harris,  Paul. "HWAC Study Slams Barriers to New Cleanup Techniques."  Environment
Today. Vol.  2, No. 5, June 1991. pp. 1,49.

Kemezis, Paul. "Alabama Waste Law is Curbed." Chemicalweek. Vol.  148, No. 20,
May 22,1991.  p.  13.

Kemezis, Paul. "Waste Not Wanted, but Alabama Must Take it." Chemicalweek. Vol. 148,
No.  23, June 19,1991. p. 9.

Schrader, Dr. Ed L. Testing Sorbent Booms for Oil Spill Cleanup." Pollution Engineering.
Vol.  23, No. 5, May 1991. pp. 72-75.

Smith,  R. Jeffrey. "Ultimate Recycling: Nuclear Warheads."  Science. Vol. 252, No. 5010,
May 24,1991.  pp.  1056-1057.

Weisskopf, Michael. "Administrative Costs Drain 'Superfund.'"  Washington Post,
19 June 1991,  pp.  A1.A14.

Wills, Jonathan. "Europe's Answer to Oil Spills."  New Scientist. Vol. 130, No.  1769,
May 18,1991.  pp.  36-38.
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                   INFORMATION RESOURCES MANAGEMENT

Note: To better meet the information needs of EPA staff, the Library has a special collection
on Information Resources Management.  For more information contact Sharon Geigerat
703-883-5170.

Barren, Janet J.  "Prioritizing Information." [handling data input]  Byte. Vol.  16, No. 5,
May 1991. pp.  169-170,172,174.

Danca, Richard A. "EPA's Reliance on GIS Increasing." [geographic information systems]
Federal Computer Week. Vol. 5, No. 12, May 6,1991. pp. 7,11.

Gould, Stephen. "Building the National Research and Education Network." CRS Issue
Brief. March 6,1991.  pp. 1-12.

King, Alan.  "Room With a View: Microsoft Windows and CD-ROM." Database.
Vol. 14, No. 2, April 1991. pp.  99-101.

Mercier, Ann M.  "Fed Regs Abound on CD-ROM."  Federal Computer Week. Vol. 5,
No. 12, p. 15.

Nickerson, Gord. "The CD-ROM Workstation: What it is and What to Look for." CD-ROM
Professional. Vol. 4, No. 3, May 1991. pp.  40-41.

Olsen, Florence.  "Bulletin Boards Give Users the Line on Federal Info," Government
Computer News. Vol. 10, No.  11 * May 27,1991. pp.  41-43.

Ryan, Bob.  "The Data Swamp." [data overload] Byte.  Vol.  16, No. 5, May 1991.
pp. 153-156.

Sprehe, J. Timothy. "EPA Leads Dialogue on Public Access to Federal Information."
Federal Computer Week. Vol. 5, No. 16, June 10,1991. pp. 17,21.
                         INTERNATIONAL COLLECTION

Note: The Library has a collection of books, reports, laws and statistics related to
international issues. For more information contact John Butsch at 202-382-5917.

Bartle, Hazel.  "Quiet Sufferers of the Silent Spring." [pesticide exposure in Britain] New
Scientist. Vol.  130, No. 1769, May 18,1991.  pp.  30-35.

Beder, Sharon. "The Burning Issue of Australia's Toxic Waste." [high-temperature
incinerators] New Scientist. Vol. 130, No. 1772, June 8,1991. pp. 35-38.
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Conniff, Richard.  "RAP: On the Fast Track in Ecuador's Tropical Forests." [Rapid
Assessment Program]  Smithsonian.  Vol. 22, No. 3, June 1991. pp. 36,38-40,42,44-49.

Day, Diana G. "Australia's First Environment Statement."  Environmentalist. Vol.  11,
No.  1, Spring 1991.  pp. 9-17.

Fuhrman, Peter.  'Breathing the Polish Air."  Forbes.  Vol.  147, No.  13, June 24,1991.
pp. 40-42.

Merson.John. "Korea Wakes Up to the Environment." New Scientist. Vol. 130,
No.  1772, June 8,1991. pp.  20-21.

"Mexico: Smog City." Economist. Vol. 319, No. 7707, May 15, 1991.  p. 50.

Thompson, Jon.  "East Europe's Dark Dawn: The Iron Curtain Rises to Reveal a Land
Tarnished by Pollution." National Geographic. Vol.  179, No. 6, June 1991. pp. 36-63.
                                 MANAGEMENT

Note: The Library has a special collection of management books, journals, audiotapes and
videotapes.  For more information contact Andrew McMullen at 202-252-0748.

Blanchard, Ken.  "A Situational Approach to Managing People."  Quality Digest
Vol. 11, No. 6, June 1991. pp. 22-24.

Dumaine, Brian.  "The Bureaucracy Busters." [unleashing employee creativity] Fortune.
Vol. 132, No.  13, June 17,1991. pp. 36-38,42,46,50.

Grossman, Larry. "Face to Face." [videoconferences] Government Executive. Vol. 23,
No.  6, June 1991. pp. 41,44-45.

Pfeiffer, J. William, editor.  The 1991 Annual: Developing Human Resources. [The
Twentieth Annual] San Diego, CA: University Associates, Inc., 1991.  Mgmt. HM 134.A55

Rozek, Michael.  "Can You Spot a Peak Performer?" [Charles Garfield interview]
Personnel Journal. Vol. 70, No.  6, June 1991.  pp. 77-78.
                       PESTICIDES & TOXIC SUBSTANCES

Carey, John.  "It's Going to Get Harder to Zap Those Pests." [tighter pesticide controls]
BusinessWeek.  Issue 3218, June 17,1991. p. 94.
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Elington, J. Jackson, et al.  Chemical-Specific Parameters for Toxicity Characteristic
Contaminants. (Project Summary). Athens, GA: Environmental Research Laboratory,
USEPA, March 1991.  (EPA/600/S3-91/004)

Hanson, David J. "Export of Unregistered Pesticides Draws Fire."  Chemical & Engineering
News. Vol.  69, No. 25, June 24,1991.  p. 19.

Hanson, David J. "Pesticides Leaching Into Groundwater Still Issue."
Chemical & Engineering News.  Vol. 69, No.  21, May 27,1991. pp. 21-22.

Hanson, David J. 'Toxics Release Inventory Growing More Contentious."
Chemical & Engineering News.  Vol. 69, No.  22, June 3,1991.  pp. 20-21.

Instructions For Reporting For The Partial Updating Of The TSCA Chemical Inventory Data
Base. Washington, DC: Office of Toxic Substances, USEPA, August 1990.
EPAX 9105-0048

Morris, Gregory DL. "EPA Toxics Program Gets Enthusiastic Response." Chemicalweek.
Vol.  148, No. 2, May 22,1991.  p. 9.

Satchell, Michael.  "A Vicious 'Circle of Poison."' [American exports of powerful pesticides]
U.S. News & World Report. Vol. 110,  No. 22, June 10,1991. pp.  31-32.
                   POLLUTION PREVENTION & SOLID WASTE

Note: The Library has materials covering all aspects of pollution prevention and solid
waste. For more information contact the Library at 202-382-5922.

Andrews, Bruce H.; Ecker, James; White, Rhonda M. "Composting: Computing the Right
Recipe."  Civil Engineering. Vol. 61, No. 6, June 1991. pp. 55-57.

Basta, Nicholas; Gilges, Kent. "The Recycling Loop Closes for Solvents."
[Recycling Everything: Part 4] Chemical Engineering. Vol.  98, No. 6, June 1991.
pp. 43,47-48, 48C, 49.

Dellinger, Barry; Taylor, Philip H.; Tiery, Debra A. Minimization and Control of Hazardous
Combustion Byproducts. (Project Summary).  Cincinnati, OH: Risk Reduction Engineering
Laboratory, USEPA, May 1991.  (EPA/600/S2-90/039)

Ohnesorgen, Frank. "Sharing Solid Waste Solutions." Public Management. Vol. 73,
No. 6, June 1991.  pp. 6-8.
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Preliminary Risk Assessment for Parasites in Municipal Sewage Sludge Applied to Land.
Cincinnati, OH: Environmental Criteria and Assessment Office, Office of Health and
Environmental Assessment, Office of Research and Development, USEPA, March 1991.
EP AX 9105-0053

Strobel, Gary A. "Biological Control of Weeds." [environmentally compatible alternatives to
chemical herbicides] Scientific American. Vol. 265, No.  1, July 1991. pp. 72-78.
                                     WATER

Note: The Library has a special collection concerning water resources.  For more
information contact Steve Mitchell at 202-475-8670.

Arora, Madan L; Meade, Frank S.; Robison, Douglas B. "Setting Standards in San Diego."
[guidelines for $3 billion Clean Water Program] Civil Engineering. Vol.  61, No.  6,
pp. 49-51.

Brandon, Roy O.; Winter, Mary H. "Portland's New Approach to Maintenance." [wastewater
treatment plants] Civil Engineering. Vol. 61, No.  6, June 1991.  pp. 58-59.

Brown, Richard A.; Sullivan, Kevin.  "Integrating Technologies Enhances Remediation."
Pollution Engineering.  Vol. 23, No. 5, May 1991. pp.  63-66,68.

Carpenter, Betsy.  "In a Murky Quagmire." [wetlands protection] U.S. News & World
Report.  Vol.  110, No. 21, June 3,1991. pp. 45-46.

Govind, Rakesh; Lai, Lie; Dobbs, Richard A. Integrated Model for Predicting the Fate of
Organics in Wastewater Treatment Plants. (Project Summary). Cincinnati, OH: Risk
Reduction Engineering Laboratory, USEPA, May 1991. (EPA/600/S2-91/013)

Griese, Mark H., et al.  "Using Reducing Agents to Eliminate Chlorine Dioxide and Chlorite
Ion Residuals in Drinking Water." Journal of the American Water Works Association.
Vol. 83, No. 5, May 1991. pp. 56-61.

Hites, Ronald A.; Budde, William  L. [ director, Chemical Research Division, Environmental
Monitoring Systems Laboratory, USEPA] "EPA's Analytical Methods for Water: The Next
Generation."  Environmental Science & Technology. Vol.  25, No. 6, June 1991.
pp. 998-1006.

Hutchins, S.R., et al.  Nitrate for Biorestoration of an Aquifer Contaminated with Jet Fuel.
(Project Summary). Ada, OK: Robert S. Kerr Environmental Research Laboratory, USEPA,
April 1991.  (EPA/600/S2-91/009)
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                                   GENERAL

Abramovitz, Janet N.; Baker, Douglas S.; Tunstall, Daniel B. Guide to Key Environmental
Statistics in the U.S. Government. Washington, DC: World Resources Institute, 1990.
HC79.E5A31990

Begley, Sharon; Hager, Mary. "Adam Smith Turns Green." [using market forces to clean air
and water] Newsweek. Vol. 117, No. 23, June 10,1991.  pp. 60+.

Born, Allen. "Mining and the Environment: A Partnership for the 90s." Vital Speeches of
the Day. Vol. 57, No. 16, June 1,1991.  pp. 508-510.

Fierman, Jaclyn. 'The Big Muddle in Green Marketing." Fortune. Vol. 123, No.  11,
JuneS, 1991. pp. 91-92,96,100-101.

Haggin, Joseph.  "Coal."  [clean coal] Chemical & Engineering News. Vol.  69, No. 24,
June 17,1991.  pp. 32-35.

Horgan, John. "Science and the Citizen: Up in Flames." [Kuwait's burning oil wells]
Scientific American. Vol.  264, No. 5, May 1991. pp.  17,20,24.

Hunter, David; Kemezis, Paul.  'Texas and Louisiana Proposals Near Deadlines."
[environmental legislation] Chemicalweek. Vol.  148, No.  2, May 22,1991. p. 12.

Pitta, Julie. "Dirty Little Secret." [antipollution device for the semiconductor industry]
Forbes.  Vol.  147, No.  12, June 10,1991. pp. 79-80.

Ruben, Barbara. "On Deaf Ears." [noise pollution, hearing protection] Environmental
Action. Vol.  22, No. 5, March/April 1991. pp.  16-19.

Small, Richard D. "Environmental Impact of Fires in Kuwait."  Nature. Vol.  350,  No. 6313,
March 7,1991.  pp. 11-12.

"Waging War on the Earth." [environmental impact of war]  Environmental Action. Vol.  22,
No.  5, March/April 1991.  pp. 20-24.

Wallace, Joseph. "Rainforest R".  Sierra. Vol. 76, No. 4, July/August 1991.  pp. 36-41.
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                           QUESTION OF THE MONTH

QUESTION: What is a non-regulatory incentive and what are some of the non-regulatory
incentives being used for environmental protection?

ANSWER: Non-regulatory incentives are a way of encouraging compliance with
environmental regulations rather than using traditional command-and-control legislation
backed by strong enforcement.  Among the non-regulatory incentives being used in the
United States and other western countries are emission reduction credits, bubble policy,
and public-private partnerships. In the less developed countries non-regulatory incentives
are being used to encourage environmentally sound behavior where legal enforcement is
not feasible. An example of this is the debt-for-nature concept.

      Under the Emissions Reduction Credit provision, a company accumulates "credits"
for each unit their emissions fall below the required limit. The company can "bank" these
credits or sell them to another company.  The buyer then applies these credits to their own
emissions level to bring their emissions into compliance. For some companies, the cost of
purchasing the credits is less than the cost of renovating their facilities to meet the
mandated emissions level.

      A "bubble policy" is the concept of placing an imaginary bubble over an entire
industrial plant and treating all the emissions from all the sources in that plant as though
they were a single emission coming out of a single smokestack. This allows excessive
emissions from one source to be offset by lowered emissions from another source.

      The public-private partnership concept includes varying divisions of fiscal and legal
responsibility between federal, state or local governments and the private business sector.
This includes facility financing, design, construction, ownership, operation and
maintenance. Waste disposal and recycling are some of the areas where this concept is
currently working.

      Debt-for-Nature was originally proposed by Thomas Lovejoy, then of the World
Wildlife Fund. A conservation group buys a less developed country's (LDC) debt, at a
discount, from the bank holding the debt.  The bank benefits because it gains a portion of
the money owed from selling the debt, which it can then loan out again and it  also has a tax
relief on the portion lost.  The conservation group then goes to-the debtor country and
agrees to cancel the debt, now owed to them, in exchange for the debtor country's
commitment of local resources for conservation programs, or the LDC may purchase the
discounted debt with local currency. The conservation group then uses the local currency
for conservation projects within that LDC.

      Ask us for our new bibliographic report:
      Public Policy Mechanisms: Non-Regulatory Options for Environmental Protection.
      EPA/IMSD-91-006.

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                         WHAT'S HAPPENING

The following is a selection of conferences on environmental topics.  The Headquarters
Library maintains a collection of notices. For more information on these conferences
contact the Library at 202-382-5922.

UniForum/Summer '91. Washington, D.C., August 13-15,1991. Sponsored and
presented by the Uniforum Association.  The latest in technologies and information about
UNIX and Open Systems. For more information contact: UniForum/Summer, 2400 East
Devon Avenue, Suite 205, Des Plaines, IL 60018 or call (800) 323-5155 or (708) 299-3131
or Fax (708) 299-6507.
Water Quality Engineering for Industry. Pittsburgh, PA, August 15-16,1991; Los
Angeles, CA, November 14-15,1991. Sponsored by the Continuing Education Department
of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers. Covers the fundamentals of water
pollution control technology for engineers, chemists and biologists with responsibility in
water pollution control.  For more information contact: AlChE, P.O. Box 13915, Newark, NJ
07101-5315 or call (212) 705-7526 or Fax (212) 752-3294 or (212)752-3297.
Advanced Waste Water Treatment. Pittsburgh, PA, August 17-18,1991; Los Angeles,
CA, November 16-17,1991. Sponsored by the Continuing Education Department of the
American Institute of Chemical Engineers. Processes under development and proven
processes will be presented along with design criteria. For more information contact:
AlChE, P.O. Box 13915, Newark, NJ 07101-5315 or call (212) 705-7526 or
Fax (212) 752-3294 or (212) 752-3297.
Global Warming—Third International Conference on the Scientific and Policy Issues
Facing All Governments. Call for papers — deadline for abstracts: October 12,1991.
Convened by SUPCON International and the World Resource Review, the ojective of the
conference is to provide an international forum on scientific and policy issues facing
governments with regard to the greenhouse effect and similar transnational environmental
problems including water shortage, floods, and acid rain. Interaction between science and
policy is emphasized.  A 400 hundred word abstract should be sent to: Program
Committee, Global Warming International Conference, SUPCON International, One
Heritage Plaza, P.O. Box 5275, Woodridge, IL 60517-0275. For more information call:
(708) 910-1561 or Fax (708) 910-1561.
Online/CD-ROM '91 Conference and Exposition. San Francisco, CA, November 11-13,
1991. Sponsored by Online, Inc.  For online searchers, CD-ROM users, information
managers and network managers and planners. Special summer discount if registration
postmarked by July 12,1991.  For more information contact: Online/CD-ROM '91, Tasha
Heinrichs, 11 Tannery Lane, Weston, CT 06883 or call (203) 227-8466 or
Fax (203) 222-0122.

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Underground & Aboveground Storage Tanks.  Los Angeles, CA, November 14-15,
1991.  Sponsored by the Continuing Education Department of the American Institute of
Chemical Engineers. A thorough review of underground storage tank (UST) regulations.
Includes hands on discussion of control equipment, analysis of cleanup strategies and
review of approaches to communication with implementing agencies. For more information
contact: AlChE, P.O. Box 13915, Newark, NJ 07101-5315 or call (212) 705-7526 or
Fax (212) 752-3294 or (212) 752-3297.

Prevention, Management, and Compliance for Hazardous Wastes.  Los Angeles, CA,
November 20-22,1991.  Sponsored by the Continuing Education Department of the
American Institute of Chemical Engineers.  Course starts with orientation to engineering
solutions and regulations. Design and compliance approaches in the evolving  regulatory
environment are presented.  For more information contact: AlChE, P.O. Box 13915,
Newark, NJ 07101-5315 or call (212) 705-7526 or Fax (212) 752-3294 or (212) 752-3297.
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