Cercla Cooperative Agreement

40 C.F.R. § 300.400 (h). The Lead Agency can be any public or federal authority responsible for a response, provided that the state works within the framework of a cooperation agreement (essentially a superfund grant) or a superfund protocol of the agreement. Id. § 300.5. Indeed, the NKS encourages the participation of the State. Paragraphs 300.500 to 525. CERCLA allow two types of superfund reaction agreements for the participation of the state, Tribal (including the Intertribal consortium) and political subdivision in the implementation of CERCLA: cooperation agreements and superfund state contracts. These agreements guarantee the participation of states and tribes in accordance with Section 121 of CERCLA, 42 U.S.C 9621 (hereinafter Section 121) and Section 126 of CERCLA, 42 U.S.C 9626 (hereinafter Section 126), and are used to provide State guarantees in accordance with Section 104 of CERCLA, 42 U.S.C. 9604 (hereinafter section 104) before the EPO inserts a remedy. One district court ruled that “the objection [to the recovery of the costs of state supervision] is unfounded, as there is nothing in the national contingency plan that indicates that the EPO cannot call on a public authority to fulfil its supervisory obligations.” United States v. NCR Corp., No.

1:10-cv-910-WCG, slip op. at 12 (E.D. Wis. 13 July 2018). But, subject to an approval decree of 14 March 2019, this decision was annulled by the agreement of the parties. United States v. NCR Corp., No. 1:10-cv-910-WCG (E.D. Wis. 14 March 2019). This measure is also not subject to the requirements of Section 203 of the UMRA, as it does not contain regulatory requirements that could significantly or uniquely affect small governments.

The participation of small governments in this programme is voluntary and funded by the EPO. This rule amends 40 CFR Part 35 Subdivision O by changing the current reporting obligations, which require the interim report to be due within 30 days of the reference period. In the revised regulation, interim reports are now due within sixty days of the reference period. This amendment codifies a recommendation under the EPO`s Burden Reduction Initiative (for information on the EPO`s BURDEN REDUCTION initiative, see www.epa.gov/burdenreduction/index.htm). Today`s final rule is not governed by the Regulatory Flexibility Act (RFA), which typically requires an agency to prepare a regulatory flexibility analysis for each rule, which will have a significant economic impact on a considerable number of small businesses. The FRG only applies to rules subject to notification and commenting requirements under the Administrative Procedures Act (APA) or any other law. This rule is not subject to the notification and comment requirements of the APP or any other law, as this rule applies to grants that expressly exempt abs from the notification and commentary requirements of the rules referred to in 5 U.S.C 553(a)(2). Moreover, CERCLA also does not require the EPO to issue a communication on the proposed regulation before the adoption of this rule. These tools will help you better understand the official document and compare the online edition with the print edition. This table of contents is a navigation tool that is processed from the titles in the text of the federal registry documents. This repetition of titles to internal navigation links has no material legal effect….

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