||Underground injection control program : annual report.
||Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of Drinking Water.
|| U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Drinking Water,
Wells--Economic aspects--United States. ;
Gas wells--Economic aspects--United States. ;
Oil wells--Economic aspects--United States. ;
Drinking water--Law and legislation--United States. ;
Groundwater--Pollution--United States. ;
Injection wells--Environmental aspects--United States. ;
Injection wells--Law and legislation--United States. ;
Environmental monitoring--Economic aspects--United States.
Water pollution abatement ;
Pollution regulations ;
Injection wells ;
Hazardous materials ;
Waste management ;
Ground disposal ;
State programs ;
US EPA ;
Enhanced recovery ;
Potable water ;
Water sources ;
Law enforcement ;
Underground Injection Control Program ;
Safe Drinking Water Act ;
Resource Conservation and Recovery Act
||Region 1 Library/Boston,MA
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||[ii], 25 p. : ill., charts ; 28 cm.
The annual report outlines the Underground Injection Control (UIC) Program's accomplishments including EPA oversight activities, data management, regulation of the UIC universe, development of a comprehensive UIC enforcement program, and program enhancement. The regulations define five classes of wells: injection of municipal or industrial waste (including hazardous waste) below the deepest USDW; injection related to oil and gas production; injection for mineral recovery; injection of hazardous or radioactive waste into or above a USDW; and all injection practices not included in the other four groups.
"EPA 570/9-89-003." "December 1988."