- n. US Common name for US: Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act.
“Huh? The money in Superfund always came from “taxpayers” — that is, it has always come from those paying taxes.”
“Gowanus Canal added in National Superfund List of Hazardous Waste Sites”
“In 1976, all fishing was banned on the upper Hudson and in 1983, a 200 mile stretch was identified as a Superfund site.”
“Ms. PASTERNAK: So it was that - well, after the mining, but the - this was not a big priority for the EPA Superfund, which is the big law that covers cleaning up toxic sites, was really not created for a situation like Navajo, because what happened is you'd have a lot of exposure, but you'd have very few people compared to a population center in a city or a suburb.”
“Recently we read a thoughtful comment on an Internet message board in which the writer wondered whether the state of college football is more accurately described as a Superfund site or an "open cesspool.”
“Now the Obama administration will push to reinstate the so-called Superfund tax.”
“That help came in the form of a provision in the 2005 Energy Bill (see Section 327) that exempted the highly toxic fluids used in fracking from the Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA) and the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (or CERCLA, better known as the Superfund law).”
“The Army had resisted the EPA's proposal to add the site to the National Priorities List called Superfund, saying it was cooperating with federal and state agencies.”
“The Superfund is a Congressional oversight project to help ensure cleanup of private toxic sites happen.”
“CERCLA, commonly known as Superfund, was established to tax chemical and petroleum industries in order to create a fund to remediate future sites of uncontrolled hazardous wastes, such as that of Love Canal.”
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