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9 EPA J. 1 (1983)

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Environmental Protection
Agency

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OEPA JOURNAL
William D. Ruckelshaus, Administrator
William J. Ahifeld, Director, Office of Public Affairs
Charles D. Pierce, Editor
Articles

:PA is charged by Congress with
)rotecting the Nation's land, air and
Nater systems. Under a mandate of
national environmental laws, the
4gency strives to formulate and
implement actions which lead to a
compatible balance between human
activities and the ability of natural
systems to support and nurture life.
The EPA Journal is published
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Protection Agency. The Administrator
of EPA has determined that the
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necessary in the transaction of the
public business required by law of
this Agency. Use of funds for print-
ing this periodical has been approved
by the Director of the Office of
Management and Budget through
4/11/84. Views expressed by authors
do not necessarily reflect EPA policy.
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President Reagan Assigns
EPA Four Priority Tasks 2
Science, Risk
and Public Policy 3
Ruckelshaus Outlines
Major Issues 6
New EPA Team Begins
To Take Shape 9

Front Cover: Sunrise over Washing-
ton as seen from the Lincoln
Memorial with the Washington
Monument and the U.S. Capitol in
the background

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Sunlight Policy Guides
EPA Officials 10
Eagles, Other Birds Thrive
After EPA's 1972 DDT Ban
Changes To Speed
Hazardous Waste Program

How Many MPG?
Let's Be Realistic 15
The Return of
An Extraordinary
Public Servant      16
Photo Credits: U.S. Fish and Wildlife  Design Credits: Robert Flanagan,
Service, Photri, Steve Delaney,   Ron Farrah.
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Volume 9
Number 1
July 1983

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