Cfr Title 40

Written by Rylee Newton
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CFR Title 40 is a compilation of federal regulations that deal with the protection of the environment. This is a major concern for a number of different consumer groups, legal advocates and other agencies that deal with protecting our environment from hazardous waste, pollution and other detrimental factors. This title is part of the larger Code of Federal Regulations, which features 50 different titles that deal with a broad range of topics.

CFR Title 40 has been produced by the Environmental Protection Agency since 1995. This publication provides people from all different industry affiliations with access to federal regulations concerning the protection of our environment. You can also find an online version of this publication. This version is updated more frequently than the print version.

Understanding Environmental Regulations Using CFR Title 40

According to the official website for the EPA, the mission of this government agency is to protect citizens of the United States and the "natural environment" from harm. This agency has been working to accomplish these goals, and maintain the progress made for the last thirty years. This agency works with the U.S. Congress to help ensure that environmental regulations are followed by industry professionals, manufacturers, and international business partners.

Included in CFR Title 40 are several different chapters that address environmental law and federal regulations. Chapter One addresses general EPA regulations and standards. Chapter four deals with the EPA and the Department of Justice. The EPA can levy fines for violations of regulations. Chapter five contains information from the Council of Environmental Quality. Chapter six deals with safety and handling when it comes to hazardous materials and chemicals. Finally chapter seven addresses how the EPA deals with Armed Forces vehicles and acceptable levels of waste produced by them. You can find a number of online retailers for this publication as well as many other government publications.


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