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Environmental Advocates of New York Records

1970-2004

The arrangement and description of this collection in 2004 and 2006 was made possible through New York State Archives Documentary Heritage Program Arrangement and Description Grants.

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Abstract

The Environmental Advocates of New York Records document the legislative activities of the organization from the 1980s through the late 1990s. The collection consists of correspondence, notes, meeting minutes, reports, memorandums, publications, news clippings, promotional material, as well as administrative files.

Summary

Creator:
Environmental Advocates (Albany, N.Y.)
Date Coverage:
1970-2004
Quantity:
90.81 cubic ft.

Environmental Advocates of New York was established in Rye, New York in 1969, as the Environmental Planning Lobby. Founded as a means to form innovative environmental policy, it was one of the nation's first organized environmental activist groups. Environmental Advocates serves the people of New York as an effective and aggressive watchdog and advocates on nearly every important state environmental issue. Through advocacy, coalition building, citizen education, and policy development, Environmental Advocates works to safeguard public health and preserve New York's unique natural heritage ["EANY - About Us", Environmental Advocates of New York, (6 July 2004)].

Since its inception, Environmental Advocates have successfully lobbied on behalf of important environmental issues. A chronological list of issues and the result of Environmental Advocates attention to the issue follows. Note that not all of the issues referenced are represented in the collection.

1969 Adirondacks: The Adirondack Park Agency was created in 1971 to develop a comprehensive plan to regulate the use of private and public lands in the Park.

1972 Environmental Bond Act: The state legislature authorized an environmental bond act of $1,150,000 to preserve and enhance the quality of the state's environment through the purchase of key lands, primarily in the Adirondack and Catskill Mountains, and through the construction of air and water pollution control and solid waste facilities.

Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC): The creation of the DEC brought together in a single agency all state programs directed toward protecting and enhancing the environment. The department is responsible for the administration and enforcement of the Environmental Conservation Law.

Adirondack Boundary: Extended the boundary of the forest preserve to include endangered Champlain Valley lands.

1973-1975 State Environmental Quality Review Act: A far-reaching statute that requires appropriate state and local agencies to prepare and review a statement on the environmental impact of any proposed action that may provide a significant effect on the environment.

Freshwater Wetlands: Provided for the protection of all freshwater wetlands in the state larger than 12.4 acres. The DEC was given the authority to manage use of wetlands of any size with special characteristics.

Adirondack Rivers: One thousand thirty-three miles of Adirondack Rivers and shorelines were protected from incompatible development by this measure, which provides for their inclusion in the state's Wild, Scenic and Recreational River System.

Safe Energy: Provided for research, development and implementation of new energy technologies, especially those using solar and wind power.

1976-1979 Urban Cultural Parks and Forestry Program: Required the Office of Parks and Recreation to develop a statewide system of Urban Cultural Parks, utilizing urban cultural resources for recreation, tourism and educational purposes. The forestry program encourages the improvement of urban neighborhoods through a tree planting program.

Energy Planning: Required the State Energy Office to draft a state energy master plan. The plan led to comprehensive energy planning for the state.

Toxic Substance Control: Required the identification of inactive hazardous waste sites in the state and the development of remedial programs for those sites. The law also placed primary financial responsibility for remediation on site owners and identifiable hazardous waste generators who used the site for disposal.

1980-1983 Energy: Passed bills to make solar wind devices eligible for low-interest loans under the Home Insulation and Energy Conservation Act; upgraded appliance efficiency standards; required an increased fuel economy standard for state vehicles; and required sellers of property to disclose the average heating and cooling requirement to potential purchasers.

State Superfund: Modeled after the federal program, New York was one of the first states to create a fund for the cleanup of inactive hazardous waste sites -- those industrial sites that have been abandoned or are derelict after the dumping of toxic waste. Superfund sites have proven to be severe health risk to citizens in the state.

Toxic Substance and Hazardous Waste: In response to the tragic revelations at Love Canal, bills were passed to advise workers of the hazards of the chemicals to which they are exposed and to increase penalties for improper disposal of toxic and hazardous substances.

Returnable Beverage Container Law: Still the most effective solid waste program in the state today, the Bottle Bill, as it is commonly referred to, required a $.05 deposit on certain beverage containers. The Bottle Bill has been responsible for an increase in recycling and decrease in litter.

Coastal Management Act: The Act established a program to limit development in erosion hazard areas, such as dunes and barrier islands, which provide natural protection to shoreowners from flooding and storm damage. The Act also provides state assistance to localities for waterfront planning and directs the Department of Environmental Conservation to preserve costal resources, natural areas, as well as fish and wildlife habitat.

1984-1986 Acid Deposition: New York became the first state in the nation to enact legislation requiring a reduction in the emissions of sulfur dioxide. The law was designed to achieve a final reduction of 245,000 tons per year.

Hazardous Waste Incineration: Required strict monitoring of hazardous waste incinerators by the Department of Environmental Conservation by requiring stack emissions tests and continuous monitoring of certain operating parameters.

Additions to the Wild, Scenic, and Recreational Rivers System: Designated more than 100 miles of additional river to the state system, which protected it from development and misuse.

Shoreham Nuclear Power Plant: By authorizing the acquisition of the Long Island Lighting Company by a public power authority, the legislation gave the governor the leverage necessary to prevent the opening of the Shoreham nuclear facility. After years of fitful negotiations, the agreement to close Shoreham was completed in 1989.

Community Gardens: Created an Office of Community Gardens to identify all open space suitable for community gardens and to assist local organizations in running such programs.

Environmental Bond Act: Passed a $1.45 billion Environmental Bond Act with $1.2 billion for an eleven year toxic cleanup program and $250 million for land acquisition of forest preserves, environmentally sensitive areas, municipal parks, and historic preservation.

Toxics Torts: Allowed individuals, who were previously barred from bringing suit, to sue for injuries caused by exposure to certain toxic substances.

Toxic Crime: Extended penalties to persons who cause or contribute to the release of hazardous or acutely hazardous substances, thereby making environmentally damaging dumping practices illegal.

Recycled Paper Purchases by the State: Directs the Office of General Services (OGS) to buy recycled paper products whenever they meet minimum quality standards and fall within ten percent of the lowest bid for virgin materials. The OGS must also develop mandatory source separation programs for waste paper at all facilities.

1987-1989 Clean Indoor Air Act: Prohibits smoking in most public indoor facilities to protect citizens from the dangers of second hand smoke.

Hudson River Estuary Management Act: Required the development of a comprehensive fifteen-year estuarine management plan, covering the area from the Federal Dam at Troy to the Verrazano Narrows Bridge.

Sole Source Aquifer Protection: Created nine special groundwater protection areas on Long Island and established a process for the designation of additional areas within federally designated sole source aquifer areas in counties with populations exceeding one million inhabitants.

Standby Contractors: To enable DEC to react more expeditiously to remediate hazardous spills and inactive hazardous waste sites, the bill gave the Department the authority to enter into standby contracts to cleanup such sites, take emergency action, and investigate improper storage and disposal of hazardous waste sites.

Hudson River Valley Greenway: Directed a study of the Hudson River Valley form the northern boundary of New York City to the southern boundary of the Adirondack Park with the intent of establishing a greenway to protect wildlife habitats, historic sites, wetlands, and other significant areas.

Transfer Development Rights (TDR): This creative measure was intended to lead to greater protection in the area of open space protection. TDR allows the transfer of development rights for compensation form one parcel to a second parcel, which may be non-contiguous and under different ownership for the purpose of keeping the first parcel undeveloped.

Low-Flow Fixtures: This bill required that all new construction and renovations use 1.6 gallon toilets, rather than the standard 4-6 gallon size. The reduced size would save millions of gallons of water each day statewide with no loss in efficiency.

1990-1994 Lead Poisoning Prevention Act: The initiative required universal screening of all infants in New York State for lead poisoning and established the Governor's Advisory Council of Lead Poisoning Prevention.

Clean Air Compliance Act: The bill provides the state with the authority to implement the federal Clean Air Act Amendments and improve New York's unhealthy air quality.

Environmental Protection Act: The Legislature created an environmental trust fund, which provides $100 million annually for a range of programs, including land preservation and recycling.

1995-1999 The Clean Water/Clean Air Bond Act: Backed by enthusiastic support from the environmental community, the Governor's $1.75 billion environmental bond act was passed by the Legislature and ratified by voters with the money to be used for environmental infrastructure, land acquisition, water access, and environmental compliance.

The Pesticide Reporting Law: This bill made critical information on pesticide usage by farmers and commercial applicators available for the first time to researchers and the public.

Heavy Duty Diesel Inspection and Maintenance: Lawmakers passed a long-sought clean air measure requiring DEC to establish emissions standards and an inspection program for diesel vehicles.

The Hudson River Park Act: Fourteen years after the defeat of the Westway superhighway project, the legislature passed an agreement reached between state, city, community, and environmental representatives that provided a framework for a five mile long linear park between Battery Park City and 59th street [Quoted from Celebrating 30 Years: Environmental Advocates 1969-1999]. Environmental Advocates continues to serve the people of New York State as effective and aggressive environmental stewards and advocates on nearly every important state environmental issue. Environmental Advocates of New York is a non profit organization with over 7,000 individual members and 130 organizational members [November 8, 1999]. For more information about Environmental Advocates, consult the group's website.

Presidents and executive directors oversee the management of the organization. Former presidents and executive directors include:

Presidents

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Executive Directors

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The bulk of the records of Environmental Advocates (EA) of New York document the legislative activities of the organization from the 1980s through the late 1990s. The records consist of correspondence, notes, meeting minutes, reports, memorandums, publications, news clippings, promotional material, as well as the administrative files of Lee Wasserman, Val Washington, and Loretta Simon. The records of the Environmental Advocates of New York are divided into five series: Legislative Issues, Lee Wasserman, Valerie Washington, Loretta Simon, General Correspondence, Publications, Audio Visuals, Subject Files, and Special Events.

The strength of the collection lies in the Legislative Issues series, which documents in detail the Environmental Advocates' position on nineteen issues, including acid rain, the Bottle Bill, energy, hazardous waste, pesticides, solid waste, and water, among others.

Conspicuously absent in the collection is material related to the early issues championed by the antecedent Environmental Planning Lobby, particularly any substantive material related to the Adirondacks. Also missing is any substantial representation of high level organizational or policy decisions, such as board of director meeting minutes or other meeting minutes.

Related Collections in the M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives can be found in the subject guide for Conservation and the Environment. Of particular interest are the records of New York Coalition for Alternatives to Pesticides (APAP-151), the Sierra Club Atlantic Chapter(APAP-130), and Citizens' Environmental Coalition (APAP-197).

The collection is organized as follows:

All items in this manuscript group were donated to the University Libraries, M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives, by Environmental Advocates of New York in January 2001 and November 2004.

Processed by: Peter Runge, Heather Harrington, Christina Moustardas, Amy C. Schindler (June 2004); Tim Bridgman (April 2006)

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Identification of specific item, series, box, folder, Environmental Advocates of New York Records 1970-2004 (APAP-104). M. E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives, University Libraries, University at Albany, State University of New York (hereafter referred to as the Environmental Advocates of New York Records).

Contents of Collection

Quantity: 58.4 cubic ft.
The Legislative Issues series contains reports, draft reports, correspondence, notes, guidelines, fact sheets, legislation, testimony, memorandums, and news clippings pertaining to the various environmental issues pursued by Environmental Advocates. The series is further divided into eighteen subseries, including: Acid Rain, Adirondacks, Air, Bottle Bill, Energy, Funding, Hazardous Waste, Land Use, Lead, Parks and Wilderness, Pesticides, Solid Waste Management, Tobacco, Transportation, Water, Wetlands, and Wild Life. The subseries are arranged alphabetically by subseries title and thereunder by folder title.
Arranged alphabetically.
Quantity: 1.0 cubic ft.
The Acid Rain subseries contains reports, news clippings, testimony, and legislation related to the health effects of acid rain in New York and other states.
Arranged alphabetically.
BoxFolderContentsDate

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1 1Acid Rain and Transported Air Pollutants1984

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1 2Clean Air Act1982-1988

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1 3Clean Coal Technology1987

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1 4Clippings1984-1988

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1 5Fact Sheets1983

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1 6Federal Legislation1981-1988

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1 7General Information1973-1990

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1 8General Information1983-1991

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1 9Health Effects1977-1987

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1 10International1982-1985

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1 11Lake Liming1980-1989

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1 12Legislation1993

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1 13Lilco Exemption Bill1977, 1984-ca. 1990

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1 14New York State1978-1988

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1 15New York State1983-1988

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1 16New York State, Publications1983-1987

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1 17Nitrogen Deposition Program1985

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1 18Other States1981-1982

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1 19PH Broadcasting1981-1987

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1 20Reports1976, 1980-1993

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1 21Reports1984-1986

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1 22Testimony1983-1984, 1988-1989

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1 23Acid RainUndated
Quantity: 3.2 cubic ft.
The Air subseries contains material related to the issues of air pollution, the Group Against Smog and Pollution, air quality, clean air, ozone, and low emission vehicles (LEV).
Arranged alphabetically.
BoxFolderContentsDate

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1 1Activist Directory1992

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1 2Air Management Advisory Committee1991-1993

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1 3Air Pollution Health Study1995

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1 4Air Quality1987-1997

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1 5California Standards1988, 1993

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1 6Campaign Contributions1992

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1 7Chemical Companies, Union Carbide1984-1986

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1 8Children and Ozone, Study1995

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1 9Chlorofluorocarbons (CFC)1989

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1 10Clean Air, Auto Emissions Inspection and Maintenance, Article1995

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1 11Clean Air, Auto Emissions Inspection and Maintenance, Maine and Pennsylvania1994

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1 12Clean Air, Auto Emissions Inspection and Maintenance, Pataki, George, Administration1995

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1 13Clean Air, Auto Emissions Inspection and Maintenance, Program1995

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1 14Clean Air, Auto Emissions Inspection and Maintenance, Study1991

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1 15Clean Air, Auto Emissions Inspection and Maintenance, Testimony1995

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1 16Clean Air, Camet Company1992

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1 17Clean Air, Citizen's Lobby, Campaign1992

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1 18Clean Air, Corning Incorporated1992

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1 19Clean Air, Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC)1989

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1 20Clean Air, Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) Packet1992

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1 21Clean Air, Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), TestimonyUndated

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1 22Clean Air, Ford Correspondence to Bragman1992

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1 23Clean Air, Related Correspondence1992

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1 24Clean Air, Sponsor List1992

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1 25Clean Air Act1981

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1 26Clean Air Act1982-1985

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1 27Clean Air Act1985-1986

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1 28Clean Air Act1987-1988

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1 29Clean Air Act, Background1989-1993

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1 30Clean Air Act, Bills and Memorandums1980-1988

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1 31Clean Air Act, Correspondence1985, 1991

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1 32Clean Air Act, Emissions Offsets1992-1993

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1 33Clean Air Act, Employee Trip Reduction1993-1994

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1 34Clean Air Act, Fact Sheets1993

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1 35Clean Air Act, Implementation1991-1992

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1 36Clean Air Act, Inspection and Maintenance1994

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1 37Clean Air Act, News Clippings1983-1986

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1 38Clean Air Act, Standards1992

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1 39Clean Air Act, Testimony1991, 1993

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1 40Clean Air Bill, Original Copies1992

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1 41Clean Air Coalition1992

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1 42Clean Air Legislation1990-1994

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1 43Clean Air Network1992-1995

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1 44Clean Air Resource Directory1994

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1 45Climate Change, Greenhouse Effect, Clippings1988-1989

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1 46Correspondence and Memorandums1992

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1 47Department of Environmental Conservation, Division of Air1981-1986

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1 48Clean Air, Public Transit1992

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2 1Dry Cleaning, Reports1992

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2 2Dry Cleaning, Reports1993 March

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2 3Dry Cleaning, Reports1993 May

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2 4Dry Cleaning, Negotiated Regulations1990-1993

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2 5Dry Cleaning, Regulations1993

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2 6Emissions Control Technology1991

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2 7Emissions, Miscellaneous1989

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2 8Fact Sheets1992

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2 9General Information1972-1983

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2 10General Information1984-1987

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2 11Group Against Smog and Pollution1987-1989

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2 12Group Against Smog and Pollution, General Accounting Agency1984-1989

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2 13Group Against Smog and Pollution, Great Lakes United1985-1988

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2 14Group Against Smog and Pollution, Greenpeace1986-1988

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2 15Incinerators, Brooklyn Navy Yard1984, 1992

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2 16Indoor Air, Bibliography1985

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2 17Indoor Air, Correspondence1988-1989

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2 18Indoor Air, Fact Sheets and News Releases1989

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2 19Indoor Air, Legislation1988-1989, 1992-1993

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2 20Indoor Air, Reports and Studies1988-1989

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2 21Inhalable Particulate Matter1995-1996

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2 22Inhalable Particulate Matter, Comments1996

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2 23Inhalable Particulate Matter, Reports1995

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2 24Inhalable Particulate Matter, State Implementation Plan1995-1996

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2 25Legislation1989-1990

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2 26Legislation1991

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2 27Legislation, Bills1992

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2 28Legislation, Bills1993

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2 29Global Warming Ozone1986-1987

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2 30The Threat of Global Climate Change-What Can New Yorkers Do?1994

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3 1Legislation, Correspondence and Memorandums1993

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3 2Legislation, News Releases1993

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3 3Low Emission Vehicles (LEV), Correspondence1991-1994

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3 4Low Emission Vehicles (LEV), Fact Sheets1991-1992

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3 5Low Emission Vehicles (LEV), Health Effects1989-1992

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3 6Low Emission Vehicles (LEV), Hearings1991

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3 7Low Emission Vehicles (LEV), Litigation1991-1992

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3 8Low Emission Vehicles (LEV), Litigation1992

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3 9Low Emission Vehicles (LEV), Litigation1993-1994

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3 10Low Emission Vehicles (LEV), Litigation1995

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3 11Low Emission Vehicles (LEV), Litigation, Exhibits, Vol. 1Undated

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3 12Low Emission Vehicles (LEV), Litigation, Exhibitions, Vol. 2Undated

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3 13Low Emission Vehicles (LEV), Memorandums in Opposition1992

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3 14Low Emission Vehicles (LEV), News Releases1992

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3 15Low Emission Vehicles (LEV), Northeast States for Coordinated Air Use Management (NESCAUM)1988

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3 16Low Emission Vehicles (LEV), Reports1989-1991

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3 17Low Emission Vehicles (LEV), Senate Debates1992

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3 18Low Emission Vehicles (LEV), Testimony1991-1993

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3 19Low Emission Vehicles (LEV), Transcripts1991

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3 20New York State Legislation1982-1987

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3 21News Releases and Editorials1992

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3 22Ozone1964, 1987-1991

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3 23Pollution, Health Effects1994

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3 24Pollution Inventories1992

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3 25Radon1979-1991

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3 26Radon1979-1991

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3 27Radon1986-1988

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4 1Regulations1991-1992

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4 2Reports1981, 1985, 1986

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4 3Reports1989-1990

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4 4Reports1992

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4 5State Implementation Plan, Correspondence1993

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4 6State Implementation Plan, Miscellaneous1992-1994

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4 7Toxic Air1986-1989

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4 8State Air Toxics Program1994

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4 9Transcripts1992

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5 1Radon and the Environment Conference1986
Quantity: 4.0 cubic ft.
The Bottle Bill subseries contains correspondence, memorandums, legislative materials, testimony, and news clippings. Folders of interest include "Bottle Bill Commission, 1985", containing a report entitled "The New York Returnable Beverage Container Law: The First Year;" "Correspondence, 1977-1983;" and the folders entitled "Liter Memorandums."
Arranged alphabetically.
BoxFolderContentsDate

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1 1Beverage Monopoly1972-1973, 1978, 1981

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1 2Bottle Bill Commission1983-1984

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1 3Bottle Bill Commission1985

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1 4Bottle Bill Notebook, John Ziegler1978

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1 5Boycott Materials1974, 1980

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1 6Canvassers, New York Public Interest Research Group, Inc.1979-1983

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1 7Connecticut1979-1982

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1 8Conservation of Resources1973-1978

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1 9Contacts1974-1982

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1 10Correspondence1977-1983

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1 11Department of Environmental Conservation (NYS)1977-1983

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1 12Department of Environmental Conservation (NYS)1984-1986

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1 13Disposal1982-1983

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1 14Employee Dislocation Allowance Fund1980

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1 15Employment1972-1975, 1979, 1980-1984

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1 16Energy Savings1973, 1976, 1978, 1980-1981

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1 17Fund Receipts1981-1982

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1 18Governor's Office, New York1975, 1981-1982

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1 19Health Hazards1980-1981

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1 20"Important Miscellaneous"1974-1983

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1 21Industry Reaction1972-1980

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1 22Industry Reaction1981-1984

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1 23Industry Techniques1970-1982

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1 24Keep America Beautiful1968, 1974-1975

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1 25Legislative Materials1971-1980

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1 26"Beer Wholesalers Foam Over Governor's 'Nickel Bill'", Legislative Gazette22 February 1994

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2 1Legislative Materials1981-1984

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2 2Litter1976-1984

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2 3Litter, Memorandums1974-1980

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2 4Litter, Memorandums1981

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2 5Litter, Memorandums1982-1984

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2 6Litter, Tax1982

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2 7Local Deposit Ordinance1973-1980

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2 8Local Deposit Ordinance1981-1982

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2 9Maine1973-1981

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2 10Milk Cartons1988-1992

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2 11National Legislation1973-1987

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2 12New York City Litter Abatement Bill (TLC)1982

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2 13New York Public Interest Research Group, Inc.1974-1980

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2 14New York State1978-1984

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3 1New York State Litter Abatement Bill1980-1982

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3 2News Clippings1978-1982

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3 3News Clippings1980-1981

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3 4News Clippings1980-1982

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3 5News Clippings1980-1982

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3 6News Clippings1982-1984

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3 7Notebook, UnidentifiedUndated

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3 8Original Copies1975, 1981-1982

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3 9Other States1973-1986

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3 10Other States, Iowa1978-1980

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3 11Other States, Maine1979

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3 12Other States, Massachusetts1979-1982

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3 13Other States, Michigan1978-1980

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3 14Other States, Michigan1981

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3 15Overall Perspective1973-1979

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3 16Overall Perspective1980-1982

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3 17Overall PerspectiveUndated

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3 18Pennsylvania1975-1981

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3 19Plastics1972-1979

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3 20Plastics1980-1986

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3 21Promotional Material1975-1983

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3 22Public Opinion1973-1975, 1978, 1982

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4 1Recycling1981-1982

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4 2References1975-1980

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4 3Retailers1975, 1978, 1985

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4 4Solid Waste1971-1983

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4 5State Liquor Authority1975, 1978, 1982

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4 6Strategy Ideas1973-1983

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4 7Testimony1974-1979

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4 8Testimony1980-1984

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4 9Unions1979-1982

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4 10Vermont1973-1977

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4 11Inconspicious Consumption, G.O. Koppell1981

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4 12Moreland Act Commission on the Returnable Container Act1990

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4 13The New York Returnable Beverage Container Law: The First Year1995

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4 14Economic and Environmental Impacts of Hoosier Bottle Bill, T. Wathen1977
Quantity: 7.0 cubic ft.
The Energy subseries contains material related to the Home Insulation and Energy Conservation Program, food irradiation, appliance efficiency, state energy office, state master plan, James Bay in Quebec, and the following energy sources: coal, nuclear, solar, hydro, wind, and oil.
Arranged alphabetically.
BoxFolderContentsDate

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1 1Alternative Energy1984-1986

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1 2Alternative Energy, Anderson 15 Point Bill (SG438)1985

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1 3Appliance Efficiency, New York State1983-1992

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1 4Article VIII, Power Pool Siting Guide1976, 1979, 1983

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1 5Chernobyl1979-1980, 1986-1987

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1 6Chernobyl Clippings1986-1988

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1 7Citizen, Utility1983-1985

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1 8Clippings, General1978, 1985-1988

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1 9Coal1978-1982

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1 10Coal, Conservation, Acid Precipitation Testimony on 860611983

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1 11Coal, Conservation, General Information1975, 1981-1985

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1 12Coal, Conservation, Legislation1981-1983

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1 13Coal, Conservation, Niagara Mohawk Glenmont Plant1982

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1 14Coal, Conservation and SO2 Emissions1976, 1979-1983

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1 15Coal, Conservation Testimony1982 January 27

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1 16Coal, Conservation Testimony1982 August 17

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1 17Coal, New York State, SO2 Emissions Policy, Testimony1983

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1 18Cogeneration1982-1983, 1988-1989

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1 19Conservation, Bills1979-1981

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1 20Conservation Case #282231982

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1 21Conservation Case #282231983

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1 22Conservation Case #282231984-1988

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1 23Clean Energy PledgeUndated

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2 1Conservation, Home Insulation and Energy Conservation Program1981

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2 2Conservation, Home Insulation and Energy Conservation Program1982

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2 3Conservation, Home Insulation and Energy Conservation Program1983

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2 4Conservation, Home Insulation and Energy Conservation Program1984

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2 5Conservation, Home Insulation and Energy Conservation Program1985, 1988

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2 6Conservation, New York State Legislation1981-1989

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2 7Consumption1979-1982, 1988

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2 8Conversion Alternatives1994-1995

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2 9Department of Energy, Appliance Efficiency1978-1982

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2 10Department of Energy, Appliance Efficiency1983-1985

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2 11Department of Energy, Appliance Efficiency1986 January-1986 April

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2 12Department of Energy, Appliance Efficiency1986 May-1986 December

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2 13Department of Energy, Appliance EfficiencyUndated

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2 14Department of Energy, Appliance Efficiency, Regulations and General Information1980-1987

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2 15Department of Energy, California Appliance Efficiency Standards1981, 1983

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2 16Department of Energy, California Appliance Efficiency Standards1984

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2 17Department of Energy, California Appliance Efficiency Standards1985, 1987

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2 18Energy Advocates Coalition1983-1985

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2 19Energy Advocates Coalition1984, 1986

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2 20Energy Conservation1984-1991

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2 21Energy Films and Publications1975-1984

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3 1Environmental Conservation, Hazardous Substance Remediation Responsibility Act (ECRA)1987

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3 2Exxon Overcharge Money1986, 1988

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3 3Food Irradiation1981-1985

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3 4Food Irradiation1986

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3 5Food Irradiation1987-1989

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3 6Food Irradiation1988-1989

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3 7Food IrradiationUndated

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3 8Food Irradiation, News Clippings1985-1988

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3 9Future Electric Needs Case1986, 1987

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3 10General Information1978-1982

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3 11General Information1983-1986

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3 12General Information1987

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3 13Great Lakes1984-1986

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3 14Great Lakes1987

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3 15Great Lakes1988

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3 16Home Insulation and Energy Conservation Act (HIECA), General Information1983-1984

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3 17Home Insulation and Energy Conservation Act (HIECA), General Information1984-1987

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3 18Hydro Power1980-1984

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3 19Hydro Power1985-1989

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3 20Hydro, River Protection and Small Power Production Act1987

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3 21Jobs and the Environment1991

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3 22Irradiated Food, Miscellaneous1987-1989

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3 23How to Save Energy and Money in Your HomeUndated

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3 24How Congress Voted on Energy and the Environment1983-1984

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4 1James Bay, Correspondence1990-1991

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4 2James Bay, Correspondence1992-1993

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4 3James Bay, Fact Sheets1990

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4 4James Bay, Legislation1990-1993

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4 5James Bay, New York State Planning Report1991

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4 6James Bay, Prudent Residents Opposed to Electric Cable Transmission (PROTECT)1990-1992

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4 7James Bay, Prudent Residents Opposed to Electric Cable Transmission (PROTECT)1992-1993

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4 8James Bay, Reports1982-1992

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4 9James Bay, Testimony1992

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4 10Kerosene Heaters1979-1984

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5 1Landfill Gas Recovery1994-1995

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5 2Least Cost Energy1986

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5 3Liquefied Natural Gas1978, 1984, 1987

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5 4Long Range Planning1983-1984

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5 5Long Range Planning1985-1987

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5 6Natural Gas1984-1993

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5 7Natural Gas Buses in the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA), New York City Transit Bus Fleet, Final Report1996

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5 8Natural Gas Buses, Steering Committee, Final Report1996

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5 9New York State Research and Development Authority1981-1990

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5 10Nuclear, Consultants1987

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5 11Nuclear, Decommissioning1987

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5 12Nuclear, Department of Health, Monitoring Low Level Radioactive Waste1980-1988

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5 13Nuclear, Emergency Planning1986-1987

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5 14Nuclear, Financial Incentive Mechanism for Nuclear Plant Safety1987

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5 15Nuclear, General Information1978-1989

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5 16Nuclear, Global Radiation Victims1987-1988

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5 17Nuclear, Global Warming and Nuclear Power1988

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5 18Nuclear, News Clippings1982-1988

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5 19Nuclear, Shoreham1983-1985

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5 20Nuclear, Shoreham1986-1988

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5 21Nuclear, Super Collider1986-1988

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5 22Nuclear, Three Mile Island1985-1987

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5 23Nuclear Transportation1980-1983

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5 24Nuclear, Transportation1984-1988

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5 25Nuclear Weapons1982-1986

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5 26Niagra Mohawk1993

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5 27Non-Ionizing Radiation1992

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5 28Pace Energy Project1991

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5 29Small Business Energy Efficiency ProgramUndated

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6 1Oil1974, 1979-1987

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6 2Oil and Gas Drilling1976-1987

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6 3Oil and Gas, Jamestown, New York, Hearing1985

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6 4Planning1984-1985

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6 5Power Authority of the State of New York1970-1974

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6 6Power Authority of the State of New York1975-1982

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6 7Power Authority of the State of New York1983

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6 8Power Authority of the State of New York1984-1986

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6 9Public Citizen, Price-Anderson Act1987

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6 10Public Power1982-1985

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6 11Public Power1986-1987

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6 12Public Power Panel, Long Island1986-1991

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6 13Public Service Commission (PSC), Reform Network1987-1988

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6 14Rochester Gas and Electric, Gina Station1986

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6 15Solar Letter, Copies and Masters1981

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6 16Solar Matrix1982

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6 17Solar Tax Credit1985

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6 18Solar, Tax Credits, New York State and Federal1978-1987

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6 19Solar, Tax Credits, Other StatesUndated

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6 20State Energy Master Plan I1979

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6 21State Energy Master Plan II1981

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6 22State Energy Master Plan II1981-1982

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7 1State Energy Master Plan II1982

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7 2State Energy Master Plan III1983-1985, 1988

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7 3State Energy Master Plan, Environmental Planning Testimony1981

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7 4State Energy Office1981-1988

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7 5State Energy Office Review1985-1986

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7 6Transmission Lines1974-1978, 1983

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7 7Transmission Lines1978-1981

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7 8Transmission Lines1982-1988

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7 9Uranium Mining1981-1983, 1989

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7 10Vermont Comprehensive Energy Plan1991

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7 11Wind1977, 1980-1982, 1988

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7 12Wood Power Plants, Small Power Production1984-1986

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7 13State Energy Plan, Contents of the 1994 Draft PTO1994

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7 14Hydro-Quebec, Economic Study1992

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7 15Hydro-Quebec, Economic Study, Draft Appendices1992

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7 16Hydro-Quebec, Final Generic Environmental Review1993
Quantity: 2.0 cubic ft.
The subseries Funding contains correspondence, legislative material, news clippings, notes, and testimony related to the Environmental Bond Act, Environmental Protection Fund (EPF), Environmental Trust Fund (ETF), and Capital District Coalition.
Arranged alphabetically.
BoxFolderContentsDate

f742b6b7a70ba190174641ddeedefe03

1 1Bond Act, Others1973-1985

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1 2Clean Water, Clean Air Bond Act1996-1997

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1 3Environmental Bond Act1972, 1985-1986

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1 4Environmental Bond Act, 1-800 BOND ACT1986

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1 5Environmental Bond Act, Activists1986

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1 6Environmental Bond Act, Albany, NY1986

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1 7Environmental Bond Act, Brownfields Programs1996, Undated

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1 8Environmental Bond Act, Buffalo, NY1986

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1 9Environmental Bond Act, Capital District Coalition1986

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1 10Environmental Bond Act, Clean Fueled Vehicles for New York State1998

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1 11Environmental Bond Act, Clippings1975-1979

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1 12Environmental Bond Act, Clippings, Originals1983-1986

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1 13Environmental Bond Act, Contact List1986

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1 14Environmental Bond Act, Correspondence1985-1986

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1 15Environmental Bond Act, Correspondence1986

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1 16Environmental Bond Act, Correspondence, Broome County1986

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1 17Environmental Bond Act, Dam Safety and Flood Control1997-1998

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1 18Environmental Bond Act, Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC)1986-1987

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1 19Environmental Bond Act, Draft Criteria1996

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1 20Environmental Bond Act, Endorsements1985-1986

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1 21Environmental Bond Act, Flyers1986

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1 22Environmental Bond Act, Forest Preserves1986

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1 23Environmental Bond Act, Fulton, NY1982, 1986

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1 24Environmental Bond Act, Goals and Objectives1986

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1 25Environmental Bond Act, Green Apple Coalition1986

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1 26Environmental Bond Act, Hearing Testimony1986

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1 27Environmental Bond Act, Historic PreservationUndated

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1 28Environmental Bond Act, Implementation, Department of Conservation1986-1987

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1 29Environmental Bond Act, Implementation, Environmental Planning Lobby Committee1986-1987

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1 30Environmental Bond Act, Land Acquisitions1982-1986

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1 31Environmental Bond Act, Legislation1985-1986

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1 32Environmental Bond Act, Legislation1986

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1 33Environmental Bond Act, Mediaca. 1986

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2 1Environmental Bond Act, Miscellaneous1986

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2 2Environmental Bond Act, Miscellaneous1996-1998

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2 3Environmental Bond Act, Miscellaneous Notesca. 1996-1998

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2 4Environmental Bond Act, Nassau, NY1986

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2 5Environmental Bond Act, News Clippings1986

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2 6Environmental Bond Act, Originals1986

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2 7Environmental Bond Act, Press1986

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2 8Environmental Bond Act, Program #1301996

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2 9Environmental Bond Act, Requests for Transcripts1986

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2 10Environmental Bond Act, Rochester, NY1986

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2 11Environmental Bond Act, Suffolk, NY1986

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2 12Environmental Bond Act, Superfund, Environmental Planning Lobby1986

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2 13Environmental Bond Act, Superfund, Other1985-1986

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2 14Environmental Bond Act, Support for Act1986

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2 15Environmental Bond Act, Syracuse, NY1986

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2 16Environmental Bond Act, Testimony1985

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2 17Environmental Bond Act, Unions1986

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2 18Environmental Bond Act, Wastewater Treatment1999

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2 19Environmental Bond Act, Water Quality Improvements1997-1998

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2 20Environmental Protection Fund1990-1992

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2 21Environmental Protection Fund1992

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2 22Environmental Protection Fund, Handouts1992

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2 23Environmental Quality Bond Act1990

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2 24Environmental Quality Bond Act, Governor's Program1986

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2 25Environmental Quality Bond Act, MiscellaneousUndated

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2 26Environmental Quality Bond Act, Summary1986

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2 27Environmental Trust Fund, Originals1991-1992

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2 28Guide to the Bond Act1996

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2 29The Hidden Price Tags1995
Quantity: 8.0 cubic ft.
The Hazardous Waste subseries contains bills, correspondence, case studies, fact sheets, news clippings, reports, and testimony related to storage, superfunds, siting, incineration, Toxic wastes (Asbestos, Dioxin, etc.), and low level radioactive waste. The bulk of the material in this subseries is concerned with low level radioactive waste.
Arranged alphabetically.
BoxFolderContentsDate

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1 1Articles1990-1991

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1 2Bulk Storage of Hazardous Materials1973-1984

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1 3Bulk Storage of Hazardous Materials1985-1988

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1 4Bulk Storage of Hazardous Materials, Case Studies and News Clippings1972-1985

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1 5Bulk Storage of Hazardous Materials, Correspondence1983

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1 6Bulk Storage of Hazardous Materials, Petroleum Bulk Storage1985-1988

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1 7Bulk Storage of Hazardous Materials, Proposed Legislation and Comments1973-1985

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1 8Citizen Participation Plan1988

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1 9Chlorine Dioxide (Papers Bleaching)1976, 1988, 1996, 1993-1994

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1 10Coalition Support and Membership1983-1984

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1 11Dioxin Press Release1995

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1 12Disposal1984

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1 13Disposal1989-1991

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1 14"Disposable Consumer Items: The Overlooked Mercury Pollution Problem"1981

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1 15Environmental Radiation in New York State, Annual Report1982-1985

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1 16Environmental Radiation in New York State, Annual Report1989

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1 17Environmental Radiation in New York State, Annual Report1990

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1 18Environmental Radiation in New York State, Annual Report1991

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1 19Facilities, Reports1984

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1 20Facilities, Reports1985

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1 21Facilities Siting Plan1989

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1 22Facilities Task Force, Reports1981-1983

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1 23Facilities Task Force, Siting1984-1986

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1 24Federal Superfund1981-1984

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1 25Federal Superfund1985-1987

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1 26Hazardous Packing, Correspondence1992

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1 27Hazardous Packing, Legislation1992-1993

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1 28Hazardous Packing, Regulations, Exemptions1992

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1 29Hazardous Substances, Accident Prevention1989

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1 30Health Monitoring, Correspondence and Memorandums1984-1987

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1 31Household Hazards, Fact SheetUndated

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1 32Household Toxins1986-1988

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1 33Incineration1991

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1 34Inactive Hazardous Waste Sites1989

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1 35Herbicides, Ecological Effects1979-1986

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1 36Hazardous Waste Sites1988

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2 1Incineration and Alternative Disposal Techniques1979-1982

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2 2Incineration and Alternative Disposal Techniques1983-1985

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2 3Infectious Waste, Reports1989

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2 4Land Burials1978-1984

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2 5Lead1987-1988, 1991-1993

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2 6Legislation, Bills1984-1989

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2 7Liability1985, 1989

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2 8Love Canal1980, 1983-1984, 1988

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2 9Love Canal1987, 1989

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2 10Low Level Radioactive Waste1987-1989

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2 11Low Level Radioactive Waste, Aid to Local Governments1985-1989

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2 12Low Level Radioactive Waste, Argument States' Rights1987

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2 13Low Level Radioactive Waste, Baseline Health1989

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2 14Low Level Radioactive Waste, Below Regulatory Concern1986-1989

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2 15Low Level Radioactive Waste, Bibliography1989

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2 16Low Level Radioactive Waste, Blue Mountain Lake Conference1987

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2 17Low Level Radioactive Waste, Candidate Area Report1988

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2 18Low Level Radioactive Waste, Compact1955, 1983-1988

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2 19Low Level Radioactive Waste, Concern of Churches, New York State1987-1989

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2 20Low Level Radioactive Waste, Contracts for NYLLRW Disposal1988-1989

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2 21Low Level Radioactive Waste, Decommissioning1983

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2 22Low Level Radioactive Waste, Disposal Technology1978-1989

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2 23Low Level Radioactive Waste, Disposal Technology, Above Ground1987-1989

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2 24Low Level Radioactive Waste, Disposal Technologies, From Firms1983-1984

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2 25Low Level Radioactive Waste, Disposal Technology, General Information1982, 1985-1988

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2 26Low Level Radioactive Waste, Disposal Technology, Incineration1983-1989

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2 27Low Level Radioactive Waste, Disposal Technology, Land Burial1983

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2 28Low Level Radioactive Waste, Disposal Technology, Mines1987-1989

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2 29Low Level Radioactive Waste, Disposal Technology, MonitoringUndated

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2 30Low Level Radioactive Waste, Disposal Technology, Salt Storage1981

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2 31Low Level Radioactive Waste, Disposal Technology, Volunteer Sites1989

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2 32Low Level Radioactive Waste, Emergency Access, Nuclearn Information and Resource Service1988-1989

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2 33Low Level Radioactive Waste, Environmental Impact1988-1989

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2 34Low Level Radioactive Waste, Essential Goals1984-1988

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2 35Low Level Radioactive Waste, Exclusionary Report, Executive Summary1988

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2 36Low Level Radioactive Waste, Federal Legislation1985

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2 37Low Level Radioactive Waste, Federal Rules and Regulations1987

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2 38Low Level Radioactive Waste, General Information1979, 1987-1988

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2 39Low Level Radioactive Waste, Generators and Industry1979, 1983-1984, 1989

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2 40Low Level Radioactive Waste, "Go it Alone"1988

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2 41Low Level Radioactive, Waste Disposal Facilities1982

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3 1Low Level Radioactive Waste, Interim Storage1979, 1983-1989, 1993

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3 2Low Level Radioactive Waste, Legislation, Proposed Bills1989

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3 3Low Level Radioactive Waste, Legislation, Siting Law1985-1986

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3 4Low Level Radioactive Waste, Liability for Cleanup1987

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3 5Low Level Radioactive Waste, Miscellaneous1993

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3 6Low Level Radioactive Waste, Miscellaneous1994-1995

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3 7Low Level Radioactive Waste, New York State Energy Research and Development Authority1985-1988

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3 8Low Level Radioactive waste, New York State Energy Research and Development Authority Advisory CouncilUndated

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3 9Low Level Radioactive Waste, New York State Low Level Waste Group1989

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3 10Low Level Radioactive Waste, Notes1985-1988

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3 11Low Level Radioactive Waste, Nuclear Regulatory Commission1979-1987

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3 12Low Level Radioactive Waste, Other Legislation1982-1983

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3 13Low Level Radioactive Waste, Other States, Arkansas1983

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3 14Low Level Radioactive Waste, Other States, California1987

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3 15Low Level Radioactive Waste, Other States, General1987-1988

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3 16Low Level Radioactive Waste, Other States, Illinois1985-1989

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3 17Low Level Radioactive Waste, Other States, MaineUndated

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3 18Low Level Radioactive Waste, Other States, Massachusetts1986

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3 19Low Level Radioactive Waste, Other States, Midwest Compact1980-1989

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3 20Low Level Radioactive Waste, Other States, Nebraska1988-1989

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3 21Low Level Radioactive Waste, Other States, New Jersey1984

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3 22Low Level Radioactive Waste, Other States, North CarolinaUndated

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3 23Low Level Radioactive Waste, Other States, Pennsylvania1984-1986

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3 24Low Level Radioactive Waste, Other States, Pennsylvania1987-1988

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3 25Low Level Radioactive Waste, Other States, Texas1988

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3 26Low Level Radioactive Waste, Other States, Vermont1986-1989

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3 27Low Level Radioactive Waste, Past Years1983-1986

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3 28Low Level Radioactive Waste, Policy, Memorandums1983-1989

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3 29Low Level Radioactive Waste, Public Information1979, 1987-1989

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3 30Low Level Radioactive Waste, Public Information, Sitting Committee1988-1989

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3 31Low Level Radioactive Waste, Redefinition of Low Level Waste1980, 1984-1989

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3 32Low Level Radioactive Waste, Site Selection PlansUndated

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3 33Low Level Radioactive Waste, State Rules and Regulations1974, 1986, 1988

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3 34Low Level Radioactive Waste, Study Bill, Law, and Report1983

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3 35Low Level Radioactive Waste, Study, Law, Bill, and Reports1989

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3 36Low Level Radioactive Waste, Status Reports1988, 1990

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3 37Low Level Radioactive Waste, Storage Study1993

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4 1Low Level Radioactive Waste, Testimony1980-1988

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4 2Low Level Radioactive Waste, West Valley1979-1985

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4 3Low Level Radioactive Waste, West Valley1986-1987

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4 4Low Level Radioactive Waste, West Valley Publications1988

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4 5Low Level Radioactive Waste, Zero Risk Reduction1988

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4 6New York State, General Information1979-1986

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4 7New York State, Hazardous Waste Management1978-1983

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4 8New York State, Hazardous Waste Management1984-1989

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4 9New York State, Regulations1981-1983

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4 10New York State Sites1986

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4 11Nitrilotriacetic Acid (NTA)1984

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4 12Oil Spills, News Clippings1988

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4 13Other States1979-1985

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4 14Petroleum, Miscellaneous1989

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4 15Polychlorinated Biphenyls (PCB's)1975, 1980-1985

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4 16Polychlorinated Biphenyl (PCB), Fish, Hudson River1985-1988

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4 17Polychlorinated Biphenyl (PCB), Fish, Hudson River1988-1989

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4 18Polychlorinated Biphenyls (PCB's), Hudson River Reclamation Project1976-1981

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4 19Polychlorinated Biphenyls (PCB's), Hudson River Reclamation Project1982-1986

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4 20Radioactive Waste Campaign Literature1980-1989

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4 21Radioactive Waste Dump, News Clippings1989

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4 22"Radon: Risk, Reality and Reason"1990

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4 23Regulations, Comments and Publication List1992

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4 24Remediation, Correspondence and Memorandums1989-1991

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4 25Remediation, Fact SheetsUndated

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4 26Remediation, Legislation, Bills1989

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4 27A Primer on Brownfields in New York StateUndated

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4 28New York State Department of Environmental Conservation1989

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5 1Remediation, Reports1985-1987

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5 2Remediation, Reports1994

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5 3Remediation, StatuesUndated

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5 4Remediation, Testimony1984

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5 5Reports1982-1988

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5 6Reports1989-

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5 7Reports1989-1990

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5 8Reports1991

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5 9Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA)1978-1985

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5 10"Revised Draft New York State Hazardous Waste Facility Siting Plan and 21, Environmental Impact Statement"1989

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5 11Siting1984

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5 12Siting1985-1986

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5 13Siting, General Information1979-1981

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5 14Siting, General Information1982-1984

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5 15Siting, New York State Hazardous Waste Facilities, General Environmental Impact Statement (GEIS) Background1979

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5 16Siting, New York State Hazardous Waste Facility, General Environmental Impact Statement (GEIS), Testimony1981, 1985

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5 17Siting, New York Short-Term Solution1980-1982

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5 18Siting, Part 361 Draft Siting Regulatory Testimony (1/81)1980-1981

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5 19Small Generators1976-1985

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5 20Small Generators1986

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5 21Source Reduction1980-1987

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5 22Silicon Valley Toxics Action1994

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6 1State Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (SPDES)1980-1982

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6 2State Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (SPDES)1983-1985

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6 3Statute of Limitation, Bills, Memos, and Fact Sheets1982-1984

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6 4Statute of Limitations, Bills, Memos, and Fact Sheets1985-1986

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6 5Statute of Limitations, General Information1982-1984

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6 6Statute of Limitations, General Information1985-1986

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6 7Statute of Limitations, News Clippings1981-1986

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6 8Strict Liability1983-1986

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6 9Subcommittee on Hazardous WasteUndated

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6 10Superfund1983-1991

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6 11Superfund1990-1991

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6 12Superfund, Assembly Hearing, Hempstead, New York1984

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6 13Superfund, Clippings1984-1986

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6 14Superfund, Management Board1983-1984

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6 15Superfund, New York State1982-1983

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6 16Superfund, New York State1984-1987

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6 17Superfund, New York State Reports1982-1984

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6 18Superfund, Other States1980-1983

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6 19Superlien1981-1985

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6 20Testimony and Reports1984, 1988

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6 21Testimony, Superfund Management Board, 19841983-1984

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6 22Toxics, Asbestos1978-1983

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6 23Superfund Enforcement Performance1990

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7 1Toxics, Asbestos1984-1989

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7 2Toxics, Asbestos, Reports1985-1991

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7 3Toxics, Cancer and Health1975-1981

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7 4Toxics, Cancer and Health1982-1988

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7 5Toxics, Chemical Release, Clippings1985-1987

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7 6Toxics, Chemical Release, General Information1975-1982

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7 7Toxics, Chemical Release, General Information1983-1989

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7 8Toxics, Chemical Release, General Information1985-1988

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7 9Toxics, Chemical Release, Legislation1985-1987

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7 10Toxics, Chemical Releases, Reports1983-1987

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7 11Toxics, Clippings1985-1989

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7 12Toxics, Community Right to Know1979, 1983-1987

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7 13Toxics, Crimes1984-1985

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7 14Toxics, Crimes1986-1988

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7 15Toxics, Dioxins1979, 1981-1984

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7 16Toxics, Dioxins1985-1987

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7 17Toxics, Enforcement1983-1985

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7 18Toxics, Federal Regulations (not RCRA or TSCA)1979-1983

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7 19Toxics, Chlorine1994

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7 20Toxics, Chemical Sensitivity1995

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7 21Toxics, Breast Cancer and the Environment: The Chlorine Connection1992

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7 22Toxics, Fairways1994

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7 23Toxics, Local Solutions to Toxic Pollution1993

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8 1Toxics, Financial Assurance Testimony1982 April 20

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8 2Toxic Fires1982-1985

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8 3Toxics In Your Community1984, 1986

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8 4Toxics, Methylcyclopentadienyl Manganese Tricarbonyl (MMT)1985, 1993-1994

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8 5Toxic Pollutants1990-1992

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8 6Toxic Pollution1983, 1988-1989

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8 7Toxic Substance Control Act1983-1986

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8 8Toxics, Underground Storage Tanks1987-1989

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8 9TransportationUndated

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8 10Transportation of1981, 1986-1987

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8 11Underground Petroleum Storage, Legislation1991

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8 12Underground Petroleum Storage, Reports, I1990-1991

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8 13Underground Petroleum Storage, Reports, II1988-1991

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8 14Waste Disposal, General1979-1983

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8 15Waste Disposal, General1984-1989

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8 16Waste Oil1982-1985

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8 17Workers Right to Know1979-1985

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8 18Low Level Radioactive Waste, Protections for New York State, Volume 11994

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8 19Low Level Radioactive Waste, Protections for New York State, Volume 21994

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8 20Nuclear Regulatory Commission1992

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8 21Cortland County Lowe Level Radioactive Waste Office, Press Release1994

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8 22Developmental and Reproductive Toxicology: Studies and Test Systems and Publications1990

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8 23Toxic Chemical Accidents in New York State1985-1990

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8 24Cancer Incidence by County, Volume I1982

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8 25Cancer Incidence by County, Volume II1982

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8 26Cancer Facts and Figures1991

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8 27Environmental Pollution Cases Deep Concern1985
Quantity: 2.0 cubic ft.
The subseries Land Use contains bills, correspondence, memorandums, news clippings, reports, and legislation related to floodplain management, farm use, open space, and sustainable agriculture.
Arranged alphabetically.
BoxFolderContentsDate

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1 1Acquisition BillUndated

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1 2Agriculture, Correspondence1988-1989

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1 3Agriculture, Legislation1990

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1 4Agriculture, ReportsUndated

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1 5Agriculture, Testimony1991

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1 6Anti-speculation Bill1989

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1 7Conserving Open Space in New York State1989, 1991-1992

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1 8Dolan, Farm Protection1994

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1 9Farmland Preservation1989, 1991

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1 10Farmland Preservation1979-1987

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1 11Farmland Preservation1988-2000

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1 12Floodplain Management1975-1983

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1 13General Information1974-1983

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1 14General Information1986-1988

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1 15Greenbelt1981-1983, 1988

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1 16Hudson River Valley Greenway1988-1991

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1 17Land Acquisition, General Information and Reports1986-1991

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1 18Land Acquisition, Memoranda1989-1990

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1 19Land Acquisition, Notes and News Clippings1989-1991

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1 20Land Management, Miscellaneous1989

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1 21Land Trusts1987

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1 22Land Use Law Reporter1993-1995

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1 23Land Use, Transportation and Air Quality1991-1994

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1 24Microwave Towers1987

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1 25Minnesota1982, 1990, 1993

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1 26Miscellaneous1989

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1 27Miscellaneous1991-1994

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1 28New York State Law1994

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1 29Noise, General Information1975-1990

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1 30Open Space1988-1992

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1 31Open Space, LegislationUndated

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1 32Open Space, Towers and Traffic1985-1994

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2 1Other States1990-1992

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2 2Pace University1993

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2 3Pesticides1985-1992

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2 4Pine Barrens1985-1987

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2 5Planning1991-1994

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2 6Plans1992

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2 7Preservation1988-1991

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2 8Property Tax Exemption1979, 1987-1988

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2 9Real Estate Transfer Tax1987

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2 10Reform, Reports1992

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2 11Soil and Water Conservation1974, 1980, 1982

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2 12Tower Bills1987-1989

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2 13Transfer of Development Rights1978, 1980-1986

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2 14Transportation Planning1993

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2 15Yard Use1991-1993

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2 16Toward a Long-Term Strategy for Farmland Protection and Soil and Water Conservation in New York2000

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2 17Albany Urban Cultural Park1990

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2 18Agriculture and the Environment: A Convergence of Interest1988

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2 19Community Planning: Plans and ProjectsUndated

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2 20Land Use Planning for the Adirondack ParkUndated

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2 21A North Cascades National Park for America's Alps1967
Quantity: 3.0 cubic ft.
The Lead subseries includes correspondence, fact sheets, conference proceedings, and reports related to the Coalition for a Lead Free New York, Lead Alliance conference, and lead poisoning.
Arranged alphabetically.
BoxFolderContentsDate

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1 1Abatement1992-1993

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1 2Abatement Training Course1992-1993

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1 3Advisory Council1993

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1 4Background Information, Reports1990-1992

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1 5Bronx Legal Services1991-1992

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1 6California Industry Tax for Lead1993

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1 7Childhood Lead Poisoning1993-1994

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1 8Coalition for a Lead Free New York1992

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1 9Coalition for a Lead Free New York1992-1993

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1 10Coalition for a Lead Free New York1994

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1 11Coalition for a Lead Free New York, Directory1993

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1 12Coalition for a Lead Free New York, Membership List1993

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1 13Commercial Insurance1993

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1 14Correspondence1990-1994

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1 15Correspondence1991-1993

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1 16County Screening1992

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1 17Department of Health, Draft Screening Ruler1993

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1 18Department of Health, Part 67-Z, Lead Regulations1993

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1 19Drinking Water1992-1993

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1 20Fact Sheets1989-1993

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1 21Federal Testimony1991

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1 22Figurines1992

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1 23Forum, Albany1993

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1 24Forum, Binghamton1992-1993

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1 25Forum, Buffalo1992-1993

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1 26Forum, Long Island1993

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1 27Get the Lead Out, New York Public Interest Research Group Handbook for Lead Poisoning Prevention1995

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1 28Grant Foundations and Proposals1994, Undated

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1 29Hearing, Brooklyn, NY1993

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1 30Housing and Urban Development Money1992-1993

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1 31Insurance Testimony1990-1992

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1 32Lead Alliance Conference1991, 1993

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1 33Lead Alliance Conference1994

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1 34Lead Alliance Conference1994 Undated

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1 35Lead Alliance ConferenceUndated

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1 36Lead Alliance Conference, Notebook1994

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2 1Lead Based Paint Hazard Control Grant Program1994

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2 2Lead Conference1991-1992

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2 3Lead Poisoning1988, 1992-1993

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2 4Lead Poisoning1994

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2 5Lead Poisoning, New York Laws, Bills, EPL/Coalition Efforts1990-1991

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2 6Lead Poisoning, Other States, Legislation, Resources, Law1987-1988, 1991

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2 7Lead Poisoning, Scientific Studies and Reports1990-1991

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2 8Lead Poisoning, Scientific Studies and Reports1991-1992

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2 9Lead Poisoning, Scientific Studies and Reports1993

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2 10Lead Poisoning Conference1991

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2 11Lead Poisoning Prevention Action Plan1992-1993

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2 12Lead Poisoning Prevention Coalition, Correspondence from Other Organizations1990-1992

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2 13Lead Pumps1994

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2 14Legislation1987-1991

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2 15Lobbying File1985-1994

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2 16Lobbying File (A.11670/S.8559)1992

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2 17Miscellaneous1984, 1986, 1990-1992

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2 18Miscellaneous1994

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2 19New York State Lead Poisoning Prevention Advisory Council1994

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2 20New York State Lead Poisoning Prevention Advisory Council1995

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2 21New York State Legislative Committee on Toxic Substances Hearings, Lead Abatement Worker Training1993-1994

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2 22Notes and Clippings1991

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2 23Playgrounds1993

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2 24Press Conference1993

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3 1Reports1988

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3 2Reports1990-1991, 1993

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3 3Report, "The Public Health Issue of the 1990's: The Lead Hazard"1993

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3 4Report, "The Public Health Issue of the 1990's: The Lead Hazard"1993

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3 5Robert Sterling Clark, Grant1992

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3 6Safe Houses1994

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3 7Testimony1990-1993

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3 8Worker Training Legislation1993-1994

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3 9Resource Guide for Lead-Based Paint Clean-UpUndated

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3 10A Technical Manual on Lead1994

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3 11Legislation, Lead1992

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3 12Legislation, Lead1992

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3 13Legislation, Lead1992

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3 14Legislation, Lead1993

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3 15Legislation, Lead1993

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3 16Ban on Lead-Soldered Cans1993
Quantity: 4.0 cubic ft.
The Miscellaneous subseries is primarily composed of legislative activity collected weekly by Environmental Advocates. Also of interest in this subseries is the material related to Citizen Suits.
Arranged alphabetically.
BoxFolderContentsDate

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1 1Assembly Hearing, "The Future of Environmental Programs in New York State"1995

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1 2Assembly Hearing, "Regulatory Reform/Continuing Departmental Oversight"1995

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1 3Campaign Contributions, Legislative1982-1989

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1 4Cancer, Reports and Statistics1985-1992

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1 5Casino Gambling, General Information1984-1986

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1 6Citizen Suits, 1991 Coalition, Letters from Coalition Members1991-1992

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1 7Citizen Suits, 1991 Coalition, Miscellaneous Material1987-1991

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1 8Citizen Suits, 1991 Coalition, Reply Forms1991

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1 9Citizen Suits, 1991 Coalition, Reply Forms, Legislation1991

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1 10Citizen Suits, Articles for NewsletterUndated

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1 11Citizen Suits, Bills and Historical1974-1987

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1 12Citizen Suits, General Information1973-1986

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1 13Citizen Suits, General Information1986-1987

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1 14Citizen Suits, General Information1988-1991

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1 15Citizen Suits, Legislation, Bills1989-1991

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1 16Citizen Suits, Legislation, Correspondence1987-1989

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1 17Citizen Suits, Legislation, Fact SheetUndated

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1 18Citizen Suits, Legislation, Memoranda1985-1992

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1 19Citizen Suits, Other States1991

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1 20Citizen Suits, Pedone Demolition Site1985-1992

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1 21Citizen Suits, Reports1988, 1992

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1 22Citizens Protection Act Legislation1975-1983

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1 23Citizens Protection Act Legislation, Including Other States1985-1986

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1 24Conservation Corps, General Information1982-1983

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1 25Conservation Easements, Easement Legislation1981-1983

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1 26Conservation Easements, Easement Legislation1984-1988

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1 27Conservation Easements, General Information1976-1979, 1982-1988

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2 1Cost Benefit Analysis, Department of Environmental Conservation, Department of Health Meeting1995 October 03

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2 2Cost Benefit Analysis, GORR Regulations1995

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2 3Cost Benefit Analysis, Risk Assessment1992, 1995

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2 4Department of Environmental Conservation, Annual Reports1974, 1984-1987

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2 5Department of Environmental Conservation, Environmental Board1984-1985

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2 6Department of Environmental Conservation, Environmental Management Councils1973, 1982-1984

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2 7Department of Environmental Conservation, Emergency Permits1986

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2 8Department of Environmental Conservation, General Information1981-1989

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2 9Department of Environmental Conservation, Legislative Proposals1981-1984

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2 10Department of Environmental Conservation, Miscellaneous Legislation1985-1989

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2 11Department of Environmental Conservation, News Clippings1983-1987

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2 12Department of Environmental Conservation, News Releases1985-1986

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2 13Department of Environmental Conservation, Uniform Procedures Testimony1981

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2 14Department of Health, Environmental Health1978, 1982-1984

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2 15Department of Health, Health Monitoring at Superfund Sites1984-1985

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2 16Dole/Johnson Regulatory Reform1995

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2 17Environmental Economics, General Information1980-1988

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2 18Environmental Health1988-1994

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2 19Environmental Regulation and Reform (S.3683)1995

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2 20Global Warming, Bills and Fact Sheet1992

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2 21Governor George E. Pataki: Environmental Protection Transition Committee, Draft Proposals1994

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2 22Health Surveys, General Information1985-1988

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2 23Health Surveys, Medical Monitoring1988

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2 24Historic Preservation, General Information1984-1986

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2 25Historic Preservation League1978-1979, 1983-1984

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2 26Insurance1985

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2 27Insurance1986

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2 28Insurance1986

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2 29League of Conservation Voters1973-1974, 1982

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2 30Legislative Activity1999 April 26

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2 31Legislative Activity1999 May 03

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3 1Legislative Activity1999 May 03

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3 2Legislative Activity1999 May 10

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3 3Legislative Activity1999 May 17

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3 4Legislative Activity1999 May 17

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3 5Legislative Activity1999 May 24

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3 6Legislative Activity1999 May 24

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3 7Legislative Activity1999 June 01

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3 8Legislative Activity1999 June 01

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3 9Legislative Activity1999 June 07

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3 10Legislative Activity1999 June 07

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3 11Legislative Activity1999 June 07

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3 12Legislative Activity1999 June 07

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3 13Legislative Activity1999 June 21

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3 14Legislative Activity1999 July 12

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3 15Legislative Activity1999 July 19

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3 16Legislative Activity1999 August 02

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3 17Legislative District Information1981-1983

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4 1Native Americans1985

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4 2News Clippings, Canvassers1988-1989

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4 3Noise Pollution1983, 1987-1989

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4 4Omnibus Regulatory Reform, (S. 3682)1995-1996

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4 5Pollution Prevention1993-1995

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4 6Post Consumer Content of Paper1993-1995

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4 7Product Liability1987-1990

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4 8Public Service Commission1981-1986

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4 9Public Service Commission1987

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4 10Regulatory Reform Issues1994-1995

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4 11Risk Assessment, (S. 5099)1995

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4 12Risk Assessment, General Information1983-1984

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4 13Risk Assessment, General Information1985

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4 14Salt and Sand, General Information1985-1990

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4 15Senate Committee, Albany Update1986-1987

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4 16Senate Committee, Albany Update1987-1988

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4 17Senate Committee, Albany Update, Labels1986

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4 18Senate Committee, Energy, New York State Senate Standing Committee on Energy1988-1989

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4 19Senate Committee, Environmental Conservation1988-1989

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4 20Senate Committee, Finance1988-1989

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4 21Court Cases1988-1989

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4 22Environment Conference1997

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4 23Environmental Business Association of New York State Inc.1995

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4 24Environmental Defense Fund1987-1988

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4 25Failed Promises: New York State Agencies Environmental Record1991

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4 26Environment Solidarity1990-1991

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4 27Let's Get to Work1993

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4 28New Ideas in Communications1994

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4 29News Clippings1993

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4 30Hudson Valley Town Meeting on the Environment1996

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4 31Programs and Protections for Senior CitizensUndated

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4 32The Region that Works1993

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4 33Sweeney, T., Endangered Agency2004

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4 34Weather Charts1993

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4 35Crime and Justice, Annual Report1988

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4 36Mini Microcomputer Complaint1993

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4 37League of Conservation Voters1984-1990

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4 38Liability Insurance can be the Aspirin for Environmental Headaches1990
Quantity: 2.07 cubic ft.
The subseries Parks and Wilderness contains correspondence, reports, news clippings, surveys, fact sheets, bills, and legislative material related to the Adirondack Park, Catskills, Pine Barrens, rain forests, and urban parks.
Arranged alphabetically.
BoxFolderContentsDate

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1 1Adirondack Council1983-1985

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1 2Adirondack Council1986-1989

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1 3Adirondack Council, 2020 Vision Fulfilling the Promise of the Adirondack Park Volume 21990

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1 4Adirondack Council News Clippings1989

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1 5Assocaition for the Protection of the Adirondacks, Annual Report1983

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1 6Adirondack, General Information1977-1987

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1 7Adriondacks Mountain Club1983-1985

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1 8Adirondack Park Agency, News Rebates1983-1984

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1 9Adirondack Park Agency, Correspondence1983-1992

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1 10Land Use, Developing News Clippings1984-1993

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1 11Land Use News Clippings1989

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1 12Land Use, News Clippings1989-1990

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1 13Miscellaneous1989

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1 14News Clippings1989

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1 15Reports and Background Information1980-1990

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1 16Reports and Background Information1991-1995

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1 17All Terrain Vehicles1985-1987

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1 18Catskills, Bill1985

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1 19Catskills, General Information1972-1984

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1 20Catskills, General Information1984-1988

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1 21Catskills, Sales1984-1985

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1 22Forests, Deforestation, Fact SheetsUndated

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1 23Forests, Division of Lands and Forests, Management Structure1983

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1 24Forests, Division of Lands and Forests, Reports1981-1986

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1 25Forests, New York ReliefUndated

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1 26Forests, Taxation1975-1978

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1 27Pine Barrens1990-1992

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1 28Rain Forests, Fact SheetUndated

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2 1Rain Forests, Legislation1991

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2 2Rain Forests, News Releases1991

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2 3Rain Forests Reports1989, 1993

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2 4Sterling Forest, Fact SheetUndated

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2 5Sterling Forest, Reports1989, 1993

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2 6Testimony1993

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2 7Tropical Rain Forest1987-1988

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2 8Urban Forestry, Legislation and Fact Sheet1991-1993

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2 9Legislation, Adirondack Park Agency1983

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2 10Legislation Adirondack Park Agency1984-1993

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2 11Legislation, Adirondack Park1992

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2 12Legislation, Adirondack Park1992

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2 13Legislation, Adirondack Protection Proposal1991-1992

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2 14Legislation, Adirondack Protection Proposal1991-1992

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2 15Forest Preservation1984-1992

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2 16Forest Preserve Centennial1985

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2 17Urban Forestry Survey, Futhermore1996

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2 18Urban Forestry Survey, General Information1993-1996

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2 19Urban Forestry Survey, Individual Cities, Albany1996-1997

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2 20Urban Forestry Survey, Individual Cities, Binghamton1996-1997

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2 21Urban Forestry Survey, Individual Cities, Buffalo1995-1998

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2 22Urban Forestry Survey, Individual Cities, Ithaca1996-1997

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2 23Urban Forestry Survey, Individual Cities, Long Beach1996-1997

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2 24Urban Forestry Survey, Individual Cities, Miscellaneous1997-1998

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2 25Urban Forestry Survey, Individual Cities, Ocean1996-1997

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2 26Urban Forestry Survey, Individual Cities, Plattsburgh, Survey not Returned1996

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2 27Urban Forestry survey, Individual Cities, Poughkeepsie, Survey not Returned1996

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2 28Urban Forestry Survey, Individual Cities Rochester1997-1997

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2 29Urban Forestry Survey, Individual Cities, Syracuse, Survey not Returned1996

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2 30Urban Forestry Survey, Individual Cities, Troy1996-1997

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2 31Urban Forestry Survey, Individual Cities, Utica1996-1997

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2 32Urban Forestry Survey, Individual Cities, Watertown, Survey not Returned1996

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2 33Urban Forestry Survey, Individual Cities, White Plains1996-1997

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2 34Urban Forestry Survey, Individual Cities, Yonkers1996-1997

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2 35Urban Forestry Survey, Individual Cities, New York City1995-1997

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2 36Urban Forestry Survey (1996), New York City Report1989, 1995-1996

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2 37Urban Forestry Survey (1996), Niagara Mohawk1996

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3 1Urban Forestry, Survey (1996), Report Outline 6 Draft1994-1997

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3 2Urban Forestry Survey (1996), Trees for New York City1977

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3 3Urban Forestry Survey (1996) Urban Reforestation1996-1998

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3 4Urban Forestry Survey 1996, Miscellaneous1990-1998

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3 5Beatley, T., "Habitat Conservation Plans: A New Tool to Resolve Land Use Conflicts, Landlines1995 September

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3 6Make Sure the Cities You Love Have a FutureUndated

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3 7Population1990-1994

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3 8Restoring the Federal Land and Conservation Fund1999

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3 9The Urban Development Corporation1994

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3 10Wise use Property Rights Movement1994

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3 11Anzevino, J., "Hudson Valley 1994 Bike Route opens Linking New York and MontrĂŠal"Scenic Hudson News1995 Winter
Quantity: 2.0 cubic ft.
The Pesticides subseries includes material related to breast cancer, chemicals (chlordane, cyclodienes, aldrin, dieldrin, diazinon), cleanup, and regulations.
Arranged alphabetically.
BoxFolderContentsDate

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1 1Aerial1983

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1 2Agricultural1987-1992

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1 3Agriculture and Marketing1991

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1 4Children1989, 1994

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1 5Children, "Intolerable Risk: Pesticides in Our Children's Food", I1989

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1 6Children, "Intolerable Risk: Pesticides in our Children's Food", II1989

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1 7Children, "Intolerable Risk: Pesticides in our Children's Food", III1989

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1 8Children, "Intolerable Risk: Pesticides in our Children's Food", IV1989

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1 9Chlordane1978-1983

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1 10Chlordane1984-1988

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1 11Clean-Up1985-1986

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1 12Clean-Up Disposal1983

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1 13Contacts and Fees1983-1989

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1 14Contaminated Classrooms1988

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1 15Cyclodienes, Aldrin, and Dieldrin1986-1988

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1 16Dlazinon1986-1987

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1 17Enforcement1986

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1 18False Advertising1988

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1 19Farm WorkersUndated

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1 20Federal Regulations1986

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1 21Generation Information1973-1990

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1 22Generation Information1992-1993

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1 23Guidelines Needed for EPA's Tolerance Assessments of Pesticide Residues1989

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1 24General Information on Applying for Registration of Pesticides in the United States1992

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2 1Integrated Pest Management1988-1990

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2 2Lampricide1980-1988

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2 3Lampricide1986-1988

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2 4Lampricide1989-1990

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2 5Lawn Care1986-1987

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2 6Lawn Care1988-1993

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2 7Lawn Care1995

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2 8Legislative Agenda1984-1986

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2 9Liability Insurance1986

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2 10Miscellaneous1985-1989

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2 11Miscellaneous Legislation1982-1990

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2 12Notifications1985-1988

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2 13Notifications1988-1994

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2 14Notifications1988-1994

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2 15Other Cities1986-1989

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2 16Pesticide Use, New York State1997-1999

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2 17Rights of Way1978, 1980-1984

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2 18Sustainable Agriculture1991-1995

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2 19Sustainable Agriculture, Case Studies1988-1990

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2 20Pesticide Legislation1995-1996

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3 1Neurotoxic Effects of Pesticides1987

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3 2Pesticide Action Network North America Regional Center1989

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3 3Pesticide Alert1987

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3 4Pesticide Management Advisory Council1989-1992

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3 5Pesticide Product Registration Procedures in New York State1990

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3 6Pesticide Registration1992

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3 7Pesticide Registration Process, Report1993

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3 8Pesticde Use and Reduction Avocation1996

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3 9Pesticides, Better Sampling and Enforcement needed on Imported Food1986

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3 10Pesticides, Export of Unregistered Pesticides is not adequately Monitored by the EPA1989

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3 11Pesticides, FDA's Investigation of Imported Apple Juice Concentrate1986

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3 12Pesticides, Need to Enhance FDA's Ability to Protect the Public from Illegal Residues1986

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3 13Petition of the Environmental Defense Fund to the New York State Department of Environmental ConservationUndated

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3 14Poisoning the Public for Profit: Pesticide Use and Abuse in the Empire State1990

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3 15A Report on Tax Payer Payments to Pesticide Manufacturers1988

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3 16Resources for Phasing out Pesticides in your Community2002

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3 17The Security Hazards of PesticidesUndated

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3 18The Secret Hazards of Pesticides: Invert Ingredients1994, (1991)

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3 19Status of Pesticides in Registration and Special Review1992

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3 20Survey of Reported Pesticides Incidents Involving Dicarbe1981

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3 21Testimony of Robert Abrams New York State Attorney General1991

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3 22The Toxic Treadmill: Pesticide Use and Sales in New York State1997-1998

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3 23Reregistration and Tolerance Reassessment remain Incomplete for Most Pesticides1989
Quantity: 8.0 cubic ft.
The subseries Solid Waste Management contains bills, correspondence, news clippings, published material, regulations, and reports related to the Albany New York Solid Waste Energy Recovery System (ANSWERS) plant, incineration, recycling, regulations, waste reduction, land fills, solid waste management plans, and the State Environmental Quality Review Act (SEQR).
Arranged alphabetically.
BoxFolderContentsDate

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1 1Adirondack Resource Recovery Facility (ARRF)1995

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1 2Albany New York Solid Waste Recovery System (ANSWERS)1979-

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1 3Albany New York Solid Waste Energy Recovery System (ANSWERS)1980-1984

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1 4Albany New York Solid Waste Recovery System (ANSWERS)1985-1986

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1 5Albany New York Solid Waste Recovery System (ANSWERS)1987-1991

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1 6American Paper Institute1991

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1 7Ash1987-1991

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1 8Ash and Incineration, Miscellaneous1987, 1989

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1 9Balloon Alert1987-1991

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1 10Burn Barrels1994

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1 11Collision Course: Plastic Packaging vs. Solid Waste Solutions, Pre-Publication Copy1989

4446d10e0b01af35e0fffacf4a0a9cdc

1 12Compost1990-1994

ea53f7eb3ec84427c7545e31ed35d890

1 13Composting, "Garbage In/Garbage Out"1991

8916a97b4831ad17f4678445be22b076

1 14Composting, Management Reports1991

9a889681ddc3c3aa01e1857335412c30

1 15Composting, "Wet Bag Composting Demonstration Project"1992

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1 16Connecticut1976, 1981, 1985

5aa78b08dd1405a8b3fbd3490acfdd68

1 17Connecticut1989-1990

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1 18Deb's Incineration File1987-1990

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1 19"Degradable Plastics, Standards, Research and Development"1988

f20e2c764ed5e70500665d6da1a6cea6

1 20Department of Conservation1981-1986

38d039577d84f22876cd3def51366b0c

1 21Department of Conservation1987-1990

5ebeaf933600464c2d6d49f8aa44e80f

1 22Department of Economic Development1992-1994

9afc48cb65b457df7056416dc5ca09eb

1 23Diaper Bill1990-1991

5df3975f02ff01d44bf867525de80160

2 1Environmental Planning Lobby, Correspondence1985-1987

3b3bfbdce431f7d59593b5c7264a5a88

2 2Environmental Planning Lobby, Report1985-1987

39d6c330d09bd88e8ed559f53f9c8464

2 3Environmentally Sound Packaging Act1992

aedcbc592541993d51aa3474c65ccbd8

2 4Environmentally Sound Packaging Act (ESPA)1993-1994

fc60059927182d3b27e978fca443e5d7

2 5Flow Control1994

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2 6Germany1994

fc427f85ab39b15f5b3e708876d729e3

2 7"Guide to Recycling and Composting Projects in New York State"1989

e00fbe148f649e28536e6d5f1a632358

2 8Hazardous Waste1982-1985

655dc6c217536a1390b810fa62f8c450

2 9Incinerate, "Waste to Energy" Report1986-1987

89119ca86ebf5583c8a0fc67f38d93cb

2 10Incineration1994

19e4a0448c6d9212162597cb550fbc45

2 11Incineration, American Ref-Fuel1988-1995

a727d39c514a061ea787920f86ef14f8

2 12Incineration, American Ref-Fuel Incineration Proposal1989, 1995

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2 13Incineration, Ash1986-1987

d5c808a754fc12ef1a46639a3b475382

2 14Incineration, Ash1988

3601d65fb38f8900aee1a6294134d679

2 15Incineration, Brooklyn Navy Yard1982-1985

519033892bc581fd36d5d8ac5b593ce4

2 16Incineration, Brooklyn Navy Yard1986-1988

e0501be9c37daf2b93443de0eb8936bd

2 17Incineration, Cadium1985 January-1985 September

ce9a2880b257407202454b4c0f4fb939

2 18Incineration, Cadium1985 October-1985 December

d5d98cb1102e13ebb64956b2bd8990d6

2 19Incineration, Cadium1986 February-1986 May

d4c928d7d317606ffa02673b30f811c9

2 20Incineration, Cadium1986 June-1986 August

b6f3d780c3d5a9f0a61e4f92e167234c

2 21Incineration, Cadium1986 September-1986 December

6eee2c38978aa387f97dc676959b343c

2 22Incineration, Cadium1986-1987

be73cb3cdcf59e8ad7741fb3a3c7b5db

2 23Incineration, Department of Agriculture and Markets1986-1987

919b5148b7da38484c2d5ff5ac2dc10a

2 24Incineration, Department of Environmental Conservation1985

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2 25Incineration, Department of Environmental Conservation1986

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2 26Incineration, Dioxin Emissions1983-1984

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3 1Incineration, Dioxin Emissions1985

201e632ee645bb40130fbfa871c320de

3 2Incineration, Dioxin Emissions1986-1987

fef909e1c01e917d93d1d8a5c2f25645

3 3Incineration, Dioxin EmissionsUndated

f4d7f93d3ddc91e87f205db8cc3fe7d5

3 4Incineration, Environmental Planning Lobby, Reports1985

b7791fca47979d598b6680322011057d

3 5Incineration, Environmental Quality Bond Act of 19721985

a5731cd7f8f143b4d90085fa4275e96c

3 6Incineration, Europe1985-1986

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3 7Incineration, Facilities, Albany1986

25387c1b8b4cfef20504706f59d70c41

3 8Incineration, Federal1989

0cfcf14c9d26c7e436ad6c20e573329f

3 9Incineration, Funding1985-1986

2a9b741a3612081c2b58df5eef7a3ef9

3 10Incineration, General Information1981-1986

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3 11Incineration, General Information1987

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3 12Incineration, General Information1988-1989

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3 13Incineration, Health Effects1985-1988

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3 14Incineration, Incineration vs. Recycling Analysis1984-1987

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3 15Incineration, Municipal Incineration1987-1992

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3 16Incineration, New Clippings1979-1985

ecfd307073a889e50a2d8c61db4a3a5f

3 17Incineration, News Clippings1986-1989

27784aae17426c628b5820075db4c24b

3 18Incineration, News Clippings1987-1988

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3 19Incineration, New York State Hospitals1985-1988

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3 20Incineration, Other States, California1984-1985

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3 21Incineration, Other States, California1985-1988

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4 1Incineration, Other States, Connecticut1977, 1984-1985

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4 2Incineration, Other States, Florida1981, 1984-1985

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4 3Incineration, Other States, Illinois1984, 1988

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4 4Incineration, Other States, Massachusetts1975, 1985

fecc1a877b18f542e9204b46c18aeb84

4 5Incineration, Other States, Michigan1985, 1988

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4 6Incineration, Other States, New Jersey1984-1988

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4 7Incineration, Other States, Ohio1979-1985

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4 8Incineration, Other States, Oregon1981

c3f277c35be72fade422fd87500fb287

4 9Incineration, Other States, PennsylvaniaUndated

1982b343eb4e2648f34741414e60422e

4 10Incineration, Other States, Rhode Island1985

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4 11Incineration, Other States, Vermont1981-1987

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4 12Incineration, Other States, Virginia1985

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4 13Incineration, Procurement1988

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4 14Incineration, Publications1986-1989

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4 15Incineration, Regional, Broome County1984-1988

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4 16Incineration, Regional, Capital District1985-1987

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4 17Incineration, Regional, Cattaraugus County1983-1988

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4 18Incineration, Regional, Dutchess County1988

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4 19Incineration, Regional, Finger Lakes1987

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4 20Incineration, Regional, Hempstead1979-1980, 1985

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4 21Incineration, Regional, Hudson Falls1985-1989

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4 22Incineration, Regional, Long Island1983-1988

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4 23Incineration, Regional, Moreau1986

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4 24Incineration, Regional, New York City1981-1987

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4 25Incineration, Regional, Niagara1985-1986

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4 26Incineration, Regional, Oneida1986

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4 27Incineration, Regional, Onondaga1983, 1988

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4 28Incineration, Regional, Ontario1985-1986

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4 29Incineration, Regional, Peekskill1982-1988

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4 30Incineration, Regional, Port Washington1987-1988

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4 31Incineration, Regional, Poughkeepsie1983-1988

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4 32Incineration, Regional, Rochester1985-1986

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4 33Incineration, Regional, Rockland CountyUndated

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4 34Incineration, Regional, Saratoga County1985-1988

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4 35Incineration, Regional, Schoharie1986-1987

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4 36Incineration, Regional, Syracuse1983-1987

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4 37Incineration, Regional, Ulster County1985

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4 38Incineration, Regulations1988

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4 39Incineration, Reports1975-1983

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4 40Incineration, Reports1984

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4 41Incineration, Reports1985-1988

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4 42Incineration, Report, "The Financial and Environmental Impact of Garbage Incineration"Undated

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4 43Incineration, St. Lawrence County1988

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4 44Incineration, Signal1984-1985

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4 45Incineration, Siting1986-1987

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4 46Incineration, Standards1984-1987

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4 47Incineration, Technical1982-1987

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4 48Incinerator Ash1987

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5 1Infectious Wastes1989

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5 2Issues1994-1995

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5 3Landfills1991-1992

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5 4Landfills, General Information1983, 1986-1988

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5 5Legislation1985-1988

52f91d0561772ceb9515f513e83f8f3c

5 6Legislation1988

6fdaf9021e73d25151ba7d10acf561cb

5 7Low Cost Energy/Economic Development1993-1994

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5 8Miscellaneous1980-1989

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5 9Miscellaneous1989

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5 10Miscellaneous1993-1995

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5 11Municipal Solid Waste1984-1985

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5 12Municipal Solid Waste, Incineration1984-1985

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5 13News Clippings1986-1988

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5 14New York Code Rules and Regulations, Part 36, Solid Waste Management Facilities, Volume 1, Draft1992

188bb193966b34fb4f9ff960bb61b50f

5 15New York State Energy Plan1994

1b0642d001e2e6d1522770460c4b1425

5 16New York State Plan1987

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5 17New York State Solid Waste Management Plan, 1991-19921992

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5 18New York State Solid Waste Management Plan, 1993-1994 Update1994

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5 19New York State Waste Reduction Council1987-1988

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5 20New York State Waste Reduction Guidance Manual1989

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5 21Office of Recycling Market Development1993-1994

9984d23a6a09cb874a6d4664d2687229

5 22Office of Recycling Market Development1995

840494f2649b631b448ac158c9906144

5 23Pollution Prevention/Economics1995

f91f76d0fecaba743c9a292395d3e5fc

5 24Proceedings1987, 1989

146bd87a9cbdab18e8e00441b234eea8

5 25Proceedings1990-1992

3d33a225a74cc05411470583f3b89ba6

5 26Procurement1983, 1986

bd8d0a4a6599b1bdc854b803ea6ad7f8

5 27Recycling1989

850a7b7a5aae2be8ee66400ff4a8f0fa

5 28Recycling1990-1991

dbddeb99b662df3ed351bfd7c9649d7e

5 29Recycling, Advisory Group1979, 1985

51a96b660bd82f5f4701662cf485b0c8

5 30Recycling, Business1995

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5 31Recycling, Case Studies1974, 1984-1988

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5 32Recycling, Composition Studies1987

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5 33Recycling, Composting1983, 1989

3b9cf4270878fe69d371ba3724675c06

5 34Recycling, Department of Environmental Conservation1978, 1984-1987

897a7b6e28dbb0da101001224975cdb9

5 35Recycling, Enhance Local Employment Creation Through Recycling Act1992-1993

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5 36Recycling, Environmental Impact1973, 1985

1a2967452b2bc2fe6e474c619fb419e3

5 37Recycling, Flow Control1985

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5 38Recycling Forum1985-1986

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5 39Recycling, Industrial Recycling Program1978-1982

e59e308d416c307bb0b46656da33ac08

6 1Recycling, Industrial Recycling Program1983-1985

44cfd8e0ef1832c8496c4b7fe1fabdd8

6 2Recycling, Legislation1987

568f95178f8af0bf9b43df53dc60e22b

6 3Recycling, Market Development1973, 1983-1987

a1275e031f9d72dd7381d94b1980d035

6 4Recycling, Market Development1988

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6 5Recycling, Miscellaneous1984-1988

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6 6Recycling, New York City Recycling Bill1983, 1986-1988

2bdd7fb6e8afc2a55660c6656ddb2ec2

6 7Recycling, New York City Recycling Bill1989-1990

02311468a980b62ad71348491fd278d8

6 8Recycling, New York City Recycling Bill1991-1992, 1995

5678973129db193850ac2b228786d4a8

6 9Recycling, New York State Local Programs1986-1988

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6 10Recycling, Paper1986-1987

1aac970913d16b4b3321272a12a075ef

6 11Recycling, Plastics and Cans1985-1988

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6 12Recycling, Plastics1985-1989

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6 13Recycling, "Reclaiming Our Waste", Conference1984

9e40bd2911e17b83846cdc3d2534a72d

6 14Recycling, "Recycle First" Campaign1971, 1992

5da17623b1b4ff5721710819328b201b

6 15Recycling, Regional, Broome County1986

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6 16Recycling, Regional, California1982-1985

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6 17Recycling, Regional, New Jersey1982-1988

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6 18Recycling, Regional, New York City1979, 1984-1988

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6 19Recycling, Regional, Ulster County1986-1987

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6 20Recycling, Reports1978, 1985

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7 1Recycling, Reports1985-1987

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7 2Recycling, Tires1986, 1988

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7 3Recycling, Waste Reduction, Packaging1982-1989

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7 4Recycling, Waste Reduction, Work on Waste1988

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7 5Recycling, World Watch Paper 761987

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7 6Regulations1988

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7 7Reports1986, 1993-1995

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7 8Resource Recovery Testimony1979-1980

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7 9Resource Recovery Testimony1983-1988

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7 10Response to SEQR Comments on the Draft Supplement to the Generic Environmental Impact Statement/ Solid Waste Management Plan for the ANSWERS Watershed Planning Unit1993

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7 11Sixth Annual Recycling Conference1994

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7 12Solid Waste Issues1993-1995

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7 13Solid Waste Management, New York, Master Plan Update1991

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7 14Solid Waste Management Plan Annual Update Comments1994

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7 15Solid Waste Management Plan, vol. 11992

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7 16Solid Waste Management Plan, vol. 21992

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7 17Solid Waste Penalties1995

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7 18Solid Waste Policy Forum1992-1993

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7 19State Environmental Quality Review Act (SEQR), General Information1976-1979

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8 1State Environmental Quality Review Act (SEQR), General Information1980

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8 2State Environmental Quality Review Act (SEQR), General Information1981-1983

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8 3State Environmental Quality Review Act (SEQR), General Information1985-1988

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8 4State Environmental Quality Review Act (SEQR), General Information1985-1992

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8 5State Environmental Quality Review Act (SEQR)Undated

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8 6State Environmental Quality Review Act (SEQR), General InformationUndated

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8 7State Environmental Quality Review Act (SEQR), Handbook1991

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8 8State Environmental Quality Review Act (SEQR), Revisions1987

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8 9State Environmental Quality Review Act (SEQR), Revisions1988

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8 10State Plans1984-1986

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8 11State Plans1987-1988

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8 12Summary of Major Developments in Solid Waste Management In New York State1992 January-September

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8 13Testimony1990, 1993-1994

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8 14"Update on Diapers"1990

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8 15Waste Reduction1994

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8 16Waste Reduction and Packaging1991

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