Alternative Approach can't be used at every site, and feedback on the approach has varied.
Since its foundation in 1995 by Baha, a former police officer, Superfund
offered so-called managed futures funds based on algorithmic trading programmes.
Federal Register notices and supporting documents for the proposed Superfund
sites are available at www.epa.gov/superfund/ sites/npl/current.htm.
The innovative Superfund
gold fund, which follows a similar trading strategy to Superfund
Q-AG but is tied to the performance of gold, was launched as a SICAV Fund in Luxembourg in November 2007 (Superfund
Gold A) has since generated a return of 45.70%.
KEY WORDS: environmental justice, Executive Order 12898, National Priorities List, Superfund
. Environ Health Perspect 115:1087-1093 (2007).
Congress should dump the proposed Superfund
exemption bill in the nearest waste lagoon.
"With the depletion of Superfund
money--and with more and more companies going out of business, bankrupt, or sold to another company that says they bought the assets, not the liabilities--the EPA is taking a much harder look at what insurance is available [to pay for cleaning up sites]" Mintzer said.
"Last year's Brown field Cleanup Program and refinancing of the State Superfund
Law started a process in motion to promote the physical, economic and social revitalization of our communities," said Senator Carl L.
The industry-funded trust that assists with the cost of Superfund
cleanup is facing a decline in revenues, according to a recent report by the U.S.
site?" she asked, incredulous, "on Main Street?" Not just a Superfund
site that a cleanup contractor has dubbed "near the tip of the peak in terms of [cleanup] difficulty." A radioactive Superfund
, one of the main programs used by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to clean up serious, often abandoned, hazardous waste sites, has been improved considerably in recent years.