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Pollution and Toxins

Pollution and toxins

General

▶Agencies

Army Corps of Engineers (Defense Dept.),441 G St. N.W., #3K05, 20314-1000; (202) 761-0001. Fax, (202) 761-4463. Lt. Gen. Todd T. Semonite (USA), Chief of Engineers. Press, (202) 761-0011.

General email, hq-publicaffairs@usace.army.mil

Web, www.usace.army.mil and Twitter, @USACEHQ

Cleans sites contaminated with hazardous, toxic, or radioactive waste and material.

Environment and Natural Resources Division (Justice Dept.), Environmental Defense (EDS),601 D St. N.W., #8000, 20004 (mailing address: P.O. Box 7611, Washington, DC 20044); (202) 514-2219. Fax, (202) 616-2426. Letitia J. Grishaw, Chief.

Web, www.justice.gov/enrd/environmental-crimes-section

Conducts litigation on air, water, noise, pesticides, solid waste, toxic substances, Superfund, and wetlands in cooperation with the Environmental Protection Agency; represents the EPA in suits involving judicial review of EPA actions; represents the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in cases involving dredge-and-fill activity in navigable ...

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