The Failures of Compliance, Abatement and Mitigation
- New Horizons in Environmental Politics series
Chapter 4: Failure when there is no pipe
The [Clean Water Act’s] technology standards – despite their subsequent compromises, litigation delays, loopholes, and enforcement lapses – worked remarkably well. What no one anticipated was that nonpoint sources would come along to eat up the gains. – Oliver Houck.
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