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Main Title Chesapeake Bay Toxics Reduction Strategy Stakeholder Roundtables: Pennsylvania, Maryland and the District of Columbia Summaries.
Author Flanigan, F. ; Barth, C. A. ; Dunn, C. ;
CORP Author Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay, Baltimore, MD.;Environmental Protection Agency, Annapolis, MD. Chesapeake Bay Program.
Publisher Jul 94
Year Published 1994
Stock Number PB94-209558
Additional Subjects Toxicity ; Pollution prevention ; Chesapeake Bay ; National government ; Reduction ; Citizen participation ; Government agencies ; Regulations ; Chemical compounds ; Recommendations ; State government ; Financing ; Local government ; Pennsylvania ; Maryland ; District of Columbia ; Law enforcement ; Education ; Nonpoint source ; Clean Water Act ; Licenses ; Strategic planning ; RCRA(Resource Conservation and Recovery Act of 1990)
Library Call Number Additional Info Location Last
NTIS  PB94-209558 Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. 11/11/1994
Collation 35p
In response to findings from the reevaluation of the Chesapeake Bay Basinwide Toxics Reduction Strategy, the Chesapeake Executive Council directed the Bay Agreement signatories to revise the basinwide strategy through a process that incorporates broad public involvement in the Strategy's development, review and implementation. The Chesapeake Bay Program's Toxics Subcommittee sponsored a series of stakeholder rountables to solicit active public participation in the strategy development. Roundtables were held in Pennsylvania on June 8, in Maryland on June 8, and in the District of Columbia on June 14, 1994. Stakeholders representing businesses, agricultural community, public interest groups, and local, regional, state, and federal government agencies, were invited to participate, (Appendix A). Each roundtable was structured to inform targeted stakeholders in each jurisdiction on the most recent findings regarding the effects of chemical contaminants on the Chesapeake Bay system and the wide range of reduction and prevention management actions being directed towards chemical contaminants. This summary of the Pennsylvania, Maryland, and District of Columbia stakeholder roundtables reflects discussions and recommendations made during the roundtables as well as followup written responses annotated on the draft commitments worksheets or in letter format.