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By Richard M. Stapleton

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Susan L. Senecah Winona LaDuke. (AP/Wide World Photos. ) Landfill A landfill is a large area of land or an excavated site that is designed and built to receive wastes. S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Today, about 55 percent of America’s trash (more than 220 million tons annually) is disposed of in landfills. Municipal solid-waste landfills (MSWLFs) accept only household, commercial, and nonhazardous industrial waste. Hazardous waste generated by industrial sources must be disposed of in special landfills that have even stricter controls than MSWLFs.

Another compound, tetraethyl lead, was once routinely added to gasoline to prevent knocking or premature detonation in internal combustion Lead engines. The lead survived the combustion process and became a significant contributor to air pollution. Leaded gasoline was phased out in the United States starting in 1976. All gasoline-powered cars and trucks now sold in this country must burn unleaded gasoline. Leaded gasoline nevertheless remains a problem in many other countries. In 1995 fewer than thirty countries worldwide had banned leaded gasoline.

Usually states have some leeway in deciding how implementation of a federal statute is best achieved on the state level. However, as a general rule, state programs that are derived from a delegation of federal regulatory authority can THE PERMITTEE EXPERIENCE Owning a piece of land does not always mean having the freedom to do with it what you want. For example, if you want to build a boathouse on your lakefront property, you will have to follow a legal process before ensuring that such a project will be allowed under local, state, and/or federal law.

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