Dumping of Waste Material: Hearings, Ninety-first Congress, Second Session ... July 27, 28, September 30, 1970, Volumen53
United States. Congress. House. Committee on Merchant Marine and Fisheries. Subcommittee on Fisheries and Wildlife Conservation
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1971 - 296 páginas
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action activities additional Administration agencies amended applicable Army Assistant authority bill Bureau Chairman chemical City Coast coastal waters committee complete concerned CONGRESS consideration considered Corps of Engineers cost Council damage Department designated DINGELL direct discharge District dredge dumping ecological effects enforcement environment Environmental established existing Federal fish Fish and Wildlife Fisheries further going Government grounds Harbor hearings House industrial interest Interior Island issued Jersey jurisdiction land legislation LIBRARY limit marine materials matter miles move natural navigable waters ocean disposal ocean pollution Office operations organisms permit person pollution present problem programs proposed protection question recommendations regulations REPRESENTATIVE require responsibility result River Secretary sewage sludge spoil standards statement subcommittee Thank tion toxic treatment United vessels violation waste water quality York Bight York Harbor
Página 4 - All information reported to or otherwise obtained by the Secretary or his representative pursuant to this subsection which information contains or relates to a trade secret or other matter referred to in section 1905 of title 18 of the United States Code, shall be considered confidential for the purpose of that section...
Página 75 - ARTICLE 24 1. In a zone of the high seas contiguous to its territorial sea, the coastal State may exercise the control necessary to: (a) Prevent infringement of its customs, fiscal, immigration or sanitary regulations within its territory or territorial sea; 2.
Página 146 - Secretary a,s hereinafter authorized, it shall be unlawful for any person to discharge, or suffer, or permit the discharge of oil by any method, means, or manner into or upon the coastal navigable waters of the United States...
Página 128 - The court, giving due consideration to the practicability and to the physical and economic feasibility of securing abatement of any pollution proved, shall have jurisdiction to enter such judgment, and orders enforcing such judgment, as the public interest and the equities of the case may require.
Página 4 - RECORDS AND REPORTS SEC. 207. (a) Every manufacturer shall establish and maintain such records, make such reports, and provide such information as the Secretary may reasonably require...
Página 127 - Thank you, Mr. Chairman. It is a great pleasure for me to appear...
Página 145 - ... the United States, in whole or in part, for the preservation and improvement of any of its navigable...
Página 32 - Environmental pollution is the unfavorable alteration of our surroundings, wholly or largely as a by-product of man's actions, through direct or indirect effects of changes in energy patterns, radiation levels, chemical and physical constitution and abundances of organisms. These changes may affect man directly, or through his supplies of water and of agricultural and other biological products, his physical objects or possessions, or his opportunities for recreation and appreciation of nature.
Página 36 - contiguous zone" means the entire zone established or to be established by the United States under article 24 of the Convention of the Territorial Sea and the Contiguous Zone. (10) The term "ocean" means any portion of the high seas beyond the contiguous zone.
Página 92 - It shall not be lawful to tie up or anchor vessels or other craft in navigable channels in such a manner as to prevent or obstruct the passage of other vessels or craft; or to voluntarily or carelessly sink, or permit or cause to be sunk, vessels or other craft in navigable channels; or to float loose timber and logs, or to float what is known as sack rafts of timber and logs in streams or channels actually navigated by steamboats in such manner as to obstruct, impede, or endanger navigation.