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Fri Mar 21 17:06:37 2014 UTClccn-n961228250.00Crossrail : amendment of provisions environmental statement : non-technical summary /0.611.00Waste reduction guidebook for the photofinishing industry : with a summary of Washington dangerous waste regulations /155611769n 961228254236049Environmental Resources ManagementEnvironmental Resources Management BeijingERMERM AbkuerzungERM (Environmental Resources Management)ERM Grouplccn-n87912934Maryland Power Plant Research Programnc-maryland department of natural resourcesMaryland Department of Natural Resourcesnc-union railwaysUnion Railwaysnc-power plant research programPower Plant Research Programlccn-no2014026510United StatesDepartment of StateOffice of Auditslccn-n80126198United StatesDepartment of Statelccn-n81029000Union Pacific Railroad Companylccn-n79079597United StatesEnvironmental Protection Agencylccn-no93006072California Environmental Protection AgencyDepartment of Toxic Substances Controllccn-n50057647Southern Pacific Transportation CompanyEnvironmental Resources Management (ERM) GroupHandbooks, manuals, etcMarylandPower-plants--Environmental aspectsCoal-fired power plants--Environmental aspectsWaste minimizationHazardous wastesUnited StatesAir quality managementEnvironmental lawEnvironmental auditingPhotographic industry--Waste disposalAsh disposal--Environmental aspectsFly ash--Environmental aspectsAir quality--MeasurementMercury--Environmental aspectsOregonAtmospheric diffusion--Mathematical modelsLand use--PlanningMaryland Smart Siting ProjectWater quality managementElectric power-plants--LocationPollution--Environmental aspectsEnvironmental monitoringIndustrial safety--Law and legislationChemicalsIndustrial hygiene--Law and legislationEnvironmental protectionWashington (State)Electroplating--Waste disposalPollutionCarriersTruckingCivil engineeringRegional planningPhotographic chemicals--Environmental aspectsAlaskaDry cleaning--Waste disposalPennsylvaniaEnvironmental policyEnvironmental Law & Policy CenterWomen environmentalistsHazardous waste sitesEnvironmental Resources Management (ERM) GroupPennsylvania.--Department of Environmental ResourcesPennsylvania.--Department of Environmental ProtectionPennsylvania--Fayette CountyWaste disposal sitesPennsylvania--Allegheny CountyRailroads--PlanningEnvironmentalistsEngland--London19821985199019911993199419951996199719981999200020012002200320042005200620072008200920112014392179212344.73046KF3775ocn799207885171ocn034282441int0.96Environmental auditing : federal compliance guide161ocn037754851book19970.86Organisation de coopération et de développement économiquesConsommation et production écologiquement viables : définition des concepts111ocn068624149book20050.33Erbe, Matthew WEvaluation of water quality conditions associated with the use of coal combustion products as structural fill at the Routes 213/301 and Interstate 695 overpasses a technical report111ocn068710745book20060.33Garrison, MarkAn evaluation of the AMS/EPA regulatory model ( AERMOD) complex terrain algorithms111ocn070807712book20060.47Maryland Smart Siting : phase III report111ocn064627457book20050.33Prestbo, EMercury in power plant and municipal waste combustion plumes : Phase II--Ambient mercury sampling111ocn422977860book20090.47Yegnan, AnandEvaluation of toxic release inventory (TRI) data for power plants in Maryland II : update111ocn068625628book20050.33Environmental review of the new auxiliary boiler at the Morgantown Generating Station : Case 894981ocn024586330book19901.00Waste reduction guidebook for the photofinishing industry : with a summary of Washington dangerous waste regulations88ocn500001445book2006Crossrail : amendment of provisions environmental statement : non-technical summary61ocn038113016int0.92Motor carrier safety : regulatory inspections guide62ocn036181039int0.81OSHA auditing : federal compliance guide : facilities : the complete safety and health audit checklistHandbooks, manuals, etc61ocn025920594book19900.47Waste reduction guidebook for the electroplating industry : with a summary of Washington dangerous waste regulations61ocn037200355book19970.66Vehicle maintenance facilities : a federal compliance guide63ocn060234572book19940.47Union RailwaysChannel Tunnel Rail Link environmental statement : non-technical summary51ocn049961059int0.66OSHA auditing : federal compliance guide : construction : the complete safety and health audit checklist41ocn043003026book19900.27Waste reduction guidebook for the photofinishing industry : with a summary of Alaska hazardous waste regulations41ocn024586430book1990Oregon hazardous waste regulations and the dry cleaning industry41ocn024586347book1990Waste reduction guidebook for the photofinishing industry : with a summary of Oregon hazardous waste regulations31ocn024586405book1990Oregon hazardous waste regulations and the vehicle maintenance industry331ocn871172592file20140.95United StatesKeystone XL Pipeline Project compliance follow-up review : the Department of State's choice of Environmental Resources Management, Inc., to assist in preparing the supplemental environmental impact statement11ocn065183889mix1.00Coleman, Wyona SPapers of Wyona S. ColemanThe Papers of Wyona S. Coleman document the impact of the environmental movement, primarily in western Pennsylvania, on state and federal regulations. Much of the material concerns mitigating the harmful effects of procuring natural resources. In an effort to minimize damage caused by coal mining, groups, such as the Sierra Club, participated with the DER in the drafting and amendment of the Surface Mining Control and Reclamation Act (SMRCA) of 1977. Since Pennsylvania had an established version of this federal mandate (SMCRA, 1945), Coleman and other members lobbied for stricter regulations on the federal SMCRA, especially during the drafting of the "State Window" legislation that allowed states the opportunity to relax their existing rules as long as they were no less strict than the federal legislation. As the demand for coal increased in the 1990s, Coleman worked with activist groups that focused on longwall mining, which had become the method of choice for mining companies. The collection also includes information on safety regulations imposed on solid waste disposal in Pennsylvania, as well as studies, research materials, and articles on many other environmental topics. The collection is rich in information about how environmental degradation affected the safety of homes and property value, water, and wildlife11ocn422759585mix1.00Rockwood, Gail MPapers of Gail M. RockwoodThis collection documents the environmental activism of Gail Rockwood in Pennsylvania. The collection closely follows her involvement in various state government and civic environmental agencies. Specifically, Rockwood's efforts as a member of the CAC from 1976 to 2001 are documented, as are her efforts to increase the curriculum of environmental education provided to elementary and high school students in Pennsylvania. The collection focuses on a variety of subjects including water and air pollution, mining, and appropriate land use. These major subjects are documented through legislative drafts and other legal documents, meeting notes and minutes, correspondence, newspaper and article clippings, and program announcements and agendas. The collection has been arranged by series according to Rockwood's areas of involvement. Each series includes materials generated from and related to activities conducted as a member of a number of environmental groups. Subject areas related to membership in political and civic organizations generally pertain to the organizational and legal aspects of involvement in those organizations. This collection is only arranged at the series level; there is no individual folder level inventory for this collection at the present time. Please contact the Archives Service Center for more information11ocn033868307mix1.00Pelkofer, PatriciaPapers of Patricia PelkoferHistoryThe papers in this collection relate to Patricia Pelkofer's involvement in environmental issues as either an advisor, consultant, or activist. Though Pelkofer was broadly involved in environmental issues in western Pennsylvania, the collection documents the activities of organizations in which she was involved with or monitored for information. Records in this collection come from a variety of state and local environmental groups and committees. These include the Group Against Smog and Pollution (GASP), the Group for Recycling in Pennsylvania (GRIP), the Environmental Justice Work Group (EJWG), various committees associated with the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Resources (DER), and the Solid Waste Advisory Committee (SWAC), among others. The records include meeting minutes, correspondence, legal materials, diagrams, schematic plans, and study data collected from meetings and publications, all related to local, state, and federal environmental organizations. There is also a small amount of personal correspondence to and from Pelkofer that details her feelings about the environmental groups and issues she was involved with. The records in the collection are arranged by the various environmental groups and committees in which Pelkofer was a memberFri Mar 21 15:47:37 EDT 2014batch17748