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|Main Title||Areawide environmental assessment on the development of a NEPA compliance strategy for new source coal mining activity in the western Kentucky coal field|
|CORP Author||Environmental Protection Agency, Atlanta, GA. Region IV.|
|Report Number||EPA 904/9-83-116|
|Subjects||Coal mines and mining--Environmental aspects--Kentucky ; Coal mines and mining--Law and legislation--Kentucky ; Kentucky--Public lands|
|Additional Subjects||Coal mining ; Environmental impacts ; Assessments ; Kentucky ; State government ; Regulations ; Licenses ; Standards ; Water pollution ; Air pollution ; Noise pollution ; Substitutes ; Comparison ; Climate ; Ecology ; National Environmental Policy Act ; Biological processes ; Land pollution ; New Source National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System ; Acid mine drainage ; Ecosystems|
|Collation||190 p. in various pagings : ill., maps ; 28 cm.|
The Western Kentucky Coal Field Areawide Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) was initiated with the objective of developing a strategy to streamline USEPA's new source NPDES while fulfilling the legislative requirements of the Clean Water Act and NEPA.
"October 31, 1983." "December 1983"--Cover. "EPA 904/9-83-116"--Cover. Includes bibliographical references (p. 7-1-7-4 (8th group)).
The Western Kentucky Coal Field Areawide Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) was initiated with the objective of developing a strategy to streamline USEPA`s new source NPDES while fulfilling the legislative requirements of the Clean Water Act and NEPA.