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Epa and Superfund, a Small Business Story [Paperback]

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Epa and Superfund, a Small Business Story by Robert M., Jr. Cox

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Pages   192
Est. Packaging Dimensions:   Length: 8.52" Width: 5.62" Height: 0.56"
Weight:   0.6 lbs.
Binding  Softcover
Publisher   Washington House
ISBN  1931633355  
ISBN13  9781931633352  


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EPA and Superfund: Small Business Destroyers  Mar 7, 2003
Robert Cox tells the story of how his successful family business endured good and bad times, but it couldn�t survive an ambush from the Environmental Protection Agency. According to EPA, Cox�s business, the Gilbert Spruance Company, committed the �crime� of sending its waste products to legal disposal facilities.

Cox does a good job detailing the real crime: EPA implementation of the federal Superfund law. Superfund was supposed to clean up contaminated property, but has become a small business nightmare, condemning parties unjustly and destroying businesses of honest, hard working Americans. Knowing that he is one among thousands of Americans who suffered under Superfund, Cox offers his story as a desperate plea to lawmakers to finally reform this unjust law.

 
EPA and Superfund: Small Business Destroyers  Mar 6, 2003
Robert Cox tells the story of how his successful family business endured good and bad times, but it couldn't survive an ambush from the Environmental Protection Agency. According to EPA, Cox's business, the Gilbert Spruance Company, committed the "crime" of sending its waste products to legal disposal facilities.

Cox does a good job detailing the real crime: EPA implementation of the federal Superfund law. Superfund was supposed to clean up contaminated property, but has become a small business nightmare, condemning parties unjustly and destroying businesses of honest, hard working Americans. Knowing that he is one among thousands of Americans who suffered under Superfund, Cox offers his story as a desperate plea to lawmakers to finally reform this unjust law.

 
Wake Up and Smell the Coffee!  Jan 2, 2003
A number of people equate any complaint with the environmental regulatory regime today in the United States as special pleading from greedy, insensitive polluters and their cronies. Robert Cox, however, pierces this all-too-common political morality play with a true story about how these rules impact real people across America and how silly, counterproductive, and absurd they often prove in application.

Readers who want a more scholarly overview of why EPA acts as it does might want to pick up James DeLong's "Out of Bounds, Out of Control" (2002).

 
EPA and Superfund, a Small Business Story...  Oct 9, 2002
This is a comprehensive reflection and analysis of a policy, and a government agency, and their combined effect on small business.

Case studies of other businesses feeling the affects of Superfund legislation is useful and adds depth to comparison and story.

Culture change constrained by regulatory environment is very
interesting and could be a micro-piece of your book, if not already submitted / published, should be to journals so that story reaches a wider audience.

Sharing your experiences in academic / public policy environment
could be very appropriate (if you have not already done so);
important that people understand both sides of public policy process(for better or worse).

 
EPA and Superfund, a Small Business Story...  Oct 8, 2002
This is a comprehensive reflection and analysis of a policy, and a government agency, and their combined effect on small business.

Case studies of other businesses feeling the affects of Superfund legislation is useful and adds depth to comparison and story.

Culture change constrained by regulatory environment is very
interesting and could be a micro-piece of your book, if not already submitted / published, should be to journals so that story reaches a wider audience.

Sharing your experiences in academic / public policy environment
could be very appropriate (if you have not already done so);
important that people understand both sides of public policy process(for better or worse).

 

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