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RE: [greenyes] Landfill Bans and The Ineffectiveness of MSW Regulations


I haven't looked at the article, but my suspicion is that what was mostly involved were
regulations without adequate independent enforcement. In any case we're talking about
data that's 25 years out of date.
-- Steve Bloom


> -----Original Message-----
> From: Wolbert, Brad [mailto:Brad.Wolbert@no.address]
> Sent: Friday, March 04, 2005 7:25 AM
> To: sp@no.address; Green Yes
> Subject: RE: [greenyes] Landfill Bans and The Ineffectiveness of MSW
> Regulations
>
>
> For those of us without ready access to a law library, perhaps you'd be willing
> to relate the gist of the argument that MSW regulations are ineffective? I
> know that as a regulator from a state with landfill bans that are considered to
> be extremely successful in achieving their purpose, I'd be curious.
>
> Brad Wolbert
> Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Stephan Pollard [mailto:sp@no.address]
> Sent: Thursday, March 03, 2005 11:09 PM
> To: Green Yes
> Subject: [greenyes] Landfill Bans and The Ineffectiveness of MSW
> Regulations
>
>
> For an instructive piece of literature on the ineffectiveness of MSW
> regulations from a historical legal standpoint see:
>
> Lanza, D. R. Municipal solid waste regulations: An ineffective solution
> to a national problem. Fordham Urban Law Journal 1981-1982, 10(1), 215-245.
>
> Regards,
>
> Stephan Pollard
>
> --
> Stephan Pollard
> Environmental Dynamics Doctoral Program
> University of Arkansas
> Rm 113 Ozark Hall
> Fayetteville, AR 72701
> Tel: (479) 575-6603
> http://www.cast.uark.edu/~sp
>
>



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