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COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC WORKS

JOHN A. BLATNIK, Minnesota, Chairman

ROBERT E. JONES, Alabama
JOHN C. KLUCZYNSKI, Illinois
JIM WRIGHT, Texas

KENNETH J. GRAY, Illinois

FRANK M. CLARK, Pennsylvania
HAROLD T. JOHNSON, California
W. J. BRYAN DORN, South Carolina
DAVID N. HENDERSON, North Carolina
RAY ROBERTS, Texas

JAMES J. HOWARD, New Jersey
GLENN M. ANDERSON, California
ROBERT A. ROE, New Jersey
TENO RONCALIO, Wyoming
MIKE MCCORMACK, Washington
JAMES V. STANTON, Ohio
BELLA S. ABZUG, New York

JOHN B. BREAUX, Louisiana

GERRY E. STUDDS, Massachusetts
YVONNE BRATHWAITE BURKE,
California

BO GINN, Georgia

DALE MILFORD, Texas

WILLIAM H. HARSHA, Ohio

JAMES R. GROVER, JR., New York JAMES C. CLEVELAND, New Hampshire DON H. CLAUSEN, California

GENE SNYDER, Kentucky

ROGER H. ZION, Indiana

JOHN PAUL HAMMERSCHMIDT, Arkansas
WILMER D. MIZELL, North Carolina
LAMAR BAKER, Tennessee

E. G. SHUSTER, Pennsylvania
WILLIAM F. WALSH, New York
THAD COCHRAN, Mississippi

L. A. 'SKIP' BAFALIS, Florida
JAMES D. ABDNOR, South Dakota
ROBERT P. HANRAHAN, Illinois
GENE TAYLOR, Missouri

PROFESSIONAL STAFF

RICHARD J. SULLIVAN, Chief Counsel
LLOYD A. RIVARD, Engineer-Consultant
LESTER EDELMAN, Counsel

CARL H. SCHWARTZ, Jr., Consultant-Projects and Programs
JAMES L. OBERSTAR, Administrator

ERROL LEE TYLER, Associate Counsel
CLIFTON W. ENFIELD, Minority Counsel

RICHARD C. PEET, A88ociate Minority Counsel
GORDON E. WOOD, Assistant Minority Counsel

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LETTER OF TRANSMITTAL

U.S. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY,
OFFICE OF THE ADMINISTRATOR,
Washington, D.C, May, 14, 1973.

Hon. CARL ALBERT,

Speaker of the House of Representatives,
Washington, D.C.

DEAR MR. SPEAKER: One of the actions mandated by the Federal Water Pollution Control Act Amendments of 1972 (Public Law 92-500) was the development of a preliminary study dealing with the disposal and possible alternative use of waste oil. In response to this legislation, I am pleased to forward to the House of Representatives a report entitled "Waste Oil Study, Preliminary Report to the Congress." It represents the best available information about the effects of the disposal of waste oil and the potential market for such oils.

Respectfully,

(III)

ROBERT W. FRI, Acting Administrator.

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