Environmental Defense Fund Archive
Manuscript Collection 232

Record Group 3 - Washington, D.C. Office

Administrative Information

Physical Description
Total length: 333 linear ft.
Physical format: Papers.

Dates
1971-1986

Provenance
Transferred by EDF-Washington D.C. sporadically from 1988 to 1991

Subject Headings
Aldrin/Dieldrin
Antarctica
Air Quality Standards
Chlordane/Heptachlor
DDT
Hazardous Waste Sites
Insecticides
Marine Mammal Protection Act
Mirex
Oil and Gas leases
Power Plants
Radioactive Waste Disposal
Resources Conservation & Recovery Act
Superfund
Tris
Water Quality
Water Supply

Scope and Content Note

The records of the Washington office of the Environmental Defense Fund document the activities of the attorneys, scientists and staff committed to environmental protection issues of the day such as hazardous waste disposal, toxic chemicals, marine mammal protection, and air/water quality.  The records begin in 1970 upon the office’s inception and continue through 1992, with the largest concentration of material emerging from the 1970s.

The records are arranged into six sub-groups, sorted by function and/or program focus. They are: Administrative Files; Toxic Chemicals Program; Water Resources Program; Wildlife Program; Energy Program; Transportation Program.  

The Administrative Files are divided into Counsels, Public Information/Communications, and Fundraising Files.

Each program subgroup is divided into the following sub-subgroups: Legal Files, Project Files, and Public Statements.  The Legal Files contain records from litigation & hearings participation; Project files contain records from committee participation and other activities; Public statements contain comments, testimony and articles written by program staff.

Topics

Below is a general overview of the collection, but not an exhaustive list.  Please see the sub-group and series descriptions for more information.

Air Quality

Litigation/Hearings

Clean Air Act: Prevention of Significant Deterioration of Air Quality Provisions
New Source Performance Standards (NSPS): Sulfur dioxide emissions from steam electric generating units

See: Sub-group II.2, Series 1

Dams & Reservoirs

Litigation/Hearings

Tennessee/Tombigbee Waterway
Tocks Island Dam
Truman Dam

See: Sub-group III.2 Series 1

Columbia Dam

See: Sub-group IV.2, Series 1

Electricity Rate Design & Energy Conservation

Litigation/Hearings

Implementation of Conservation Programs--New York
Rate Design for Electric Corporations—New York
Electric Utilities--California
Electric Utilities--Michigan

See: Sub-group V.2, Series 1

Hazardous Waste Management

Litigation/Hearings

Hazardous Waste Regulations
Uranium Mill Tailings Disposal

See:
Sub-group II.2 Series 1

Projects

Hazardous Waste Regulations [State]
Hazardous Waste Sites [Subject files by state]
Resource Conservation & Recovery Act—Comments, Testimony
Superfund Legislation
Superfund Program—Community Participation

See:
Sub-group II.3, Series 2

Marine Mammal Protection

Litigation/Hearings

Marine mammals in Alaska
Tuna/Porpoise: Regulations Governing Taking of Marine Mammals during Fishing Operations
Walruses

See:
Sub-group IV.2 Series 1

Pesticides, Insecticides & Herbicides

Litigation/Hearings

2,4,5-T Suspension Hearings before the EPA
Aldrin and Dieldrin Cancellation Hearings before the EPA
Chlordane & Heptachlor Cancellation Hearings before the EPA
DDT Cancellation Hearings before the EPA
Mirex Cancellation Hearings before the EPA
Rodenticide Cancellation Hearings before the EPA

See:
Sub-group II.2, Series 1

Toxic Substances

Projects

Asbestos in Hair Dryers
Cosmetics Safety
Hair Dyes—Carcinogenicity
Toxic substances and the Workplace

See: Sub-group II.3, Series 2

Water Quality & Water Supply

Projects

Safe Drinking Water—Louisiana
Water Supply—Washington, D.C.
Long Island Water

See: Sub-group II.3, Series 2

Sub-group and Series Descriptions

Record Group 3: Washington D.C. Office

Subgroup and Series Descriptions

SG I    Administrative -- the functions dealing with finances, public relations and organizational policies and procedures

Sub-group I.1 Administrative--Counsels

Series 1: William A. Butler 1971-1983 [3 ft, 4in]
Arrangement: Divided into chronological files, comments, testimony and subject files

Routine correspondence with colleagues, memoranda on management of the EDF office, comments on pesticides, and correspondence regarding EDF cases such as the Trans Alaska Pipeline System, Supersonic Transport, and DDT

Series 2: William Y. Brown 1984 [2 inches]
Arrangement: Divided into correspondence and memorandaActing Executive Director in 1984

Sub-group I.2 Administrative—Public Information/Communications

Series 1: Correspondence & Memoranda 1974-1976 [10 inches]
Arrangement: Divided into 2 groups: Subjects and Charlene Dougherty files

Memoranda and correspondence on PCBs, the Fairness Doctrine, electric utility rates and the film Planning for Floods.

Series 2: Press Releases 1971-1984 [10 inches]
Arrangement: Chronological

Press releases on the projects of the Environmental Defense Fund: pending litigation, the release of films, and the release of position statements

Series 3: Inter-Office Bulletins 1972-1973, 1975-1981 [2 inches]
Arrangement: Chronological

Inter-Office bulletins documented on-going projects and were released on a weekly basis

Series 4: Subject Files 1972-1980 [1 ft, 3 in]
Arrangement: Alphabetical

Sub-group I.3 Administrative—Fundraising

Series 1: Grant Files 1975-1982 [5 inches]
Arrangement: Chronological

Correspondence regarding grant applications, largely dealing with hazardous waste and the Tocks Island Dam

Series 2: Membership 1972, 1988-1989 [2 inches]
Arrangement: Chronological

Samples of brochures and mailings created for fundraising efforts

SG II   Toxic Chemicals Program -- concentrates on toxic substances and their effects on human health

Sub-group II.1 Toxic Chemicals Program—Staff Files

Series 1: Khristine Hall 1979-1983 [2 linear ft]
Arrangement: Divided into two groups: Chronological files and subject files
Attorney
Correspondence, comments, and subject files covering hazardous waste disposal issues: Superfund, Resource Conservation and Recovery Act, as well as EDF personnel policy, and a report of the activities of the Toxic Chemicals Program

Series 2: David Lennett 1979-1983 [7 inches]
Arrangement: Chronological
Attorney
Comments and correspondence on attempts to implement policy and standards for hazardous waste disposal; included are EDF comments on RCRA activities, FOIA requests, and internal EDF memoranda

Series 3: Robert Rauch 1978-1980 [5 inches]
Arrangement: Chronological
Attorney
Correspondence and subject files on the regulation of hazardous air pollutants and carcinogens in consumer products

Series 4: Joseph Highland 1976-1982 [10 inches]
Arrangement: Chronological
Chairman of the Toxic Chemicals Program, Scientist
Routine correspondence and memoranda on the activities of the program, including budgeting, program reports, program planning and personnel. Other topics touched upon are: asbestos in schools, the Superfund Program National Contingency Plan and the Toxic Substances Control Act
 
Series 5: Leslie Dach 1977-1979 [10 inches]
Arrangement: Divided into chronological correspondence and subject files
Scientist
Correspondence, comments and subject files regarding hazardous waste site cleanup efforts, Resource Conservation and Recovery Act implementation and Recombinant DNA research regulation

Series 6: Marcia Fine Silcox 1978-1981 [1 ft, 8 in]
Arrangement: Alphabetical subject files
Scientist

Series 7: Ben Drake 1981-1982 [2 inches]
Arrangement: Chronological
Field Coordinator, Community Relations [Hazardous waste]
Correspondence on efforts to include community input on hazardous waste site cleanup

Series 8: Robert Harris 1974-1976, 1979 [10 inches]
Arrangement: Chronological
Scientist, Associate Director, Toxic Chemicals Program
Correspondence, memoranda, and reports dealing with wastewater management and water quality issues

Sub-group II.2 Toxic Chemicals Program—Legal Files

Series 1: Litigation & Hearings files 1970-1983 [137 linear ft]
Arrangement: Grouped by case; chronological arrangement by date of EDF’s initial involvement

Pleadings, transcripts of proceedings and correspondence related to pesticide cancellation, hazardous waste management, air quality standards, asbestos, and toxic effluent standards

Series 2: Background Documents 1974, 1977-1979 [3 ft, 3 in]
Arrangement: Grouped by case; chronological arrangement by date of EDF’s initial involvement

Research supporting litigation of the following: Toxic Effluent Standards for aldrin dieldrin et al.; Tris; Asbestos in school buildings; 2,4,5-T cancellation hearings

Sub-group II.3 Toxic Chemicals Program—Project Files

Series 1: Committees & Meetings 1977-1983 [4 ft, 6in]
Arrangement: Chronological

Papers from meetings of the Committee on Testing Guidelines (for the Toxic Substances Control Act), and planning documents for the compilation of the Global 2000 Task Force Report

Series 2: Project Files 1973-1984 [63 linear ft]
Arrangement: Grouped by project; chronological arrangement by date of EDF’s initial involvement

Collections of reports, testimony, correspondence and clippings on the regulation of toxics in drinking water, recombinant DNA research, solid waste management, and food additives and other toxic substances

Sub-Group II.4: Toxic Chemicals Program—Public Statements/Texts

Series 1: Comments 1973-1984 [20 inches]
Arrangement: Chronological

Comments present EDF’s positions on issues on toxics substances and their effects on the environment and health

Series 2: Testimony/Speeches 1975-1983 [9 inches]
Arrangement: Chronological

Testimony by EDF scientists and attorneys on toxic substances and their effect on natural resources, presented before legislative and regulatory committees

Series 3: Writings by Program Staff 1971-1984 [1 linear ft]
Arrangement: Chronological

Articles and reports, both draft and published, on carcinogens, pesticides, and hazardous waste

SG III   Water Resources/Wetlands Program -- concentrates on water quality, water supply, coastal zone management

Sub-group III.1 Water Resources/Wetlands Program—Staff Files

Series 1: Edward Thompson 1976-1979 [30 inches]
Arrangement: Divided into correspondence, EDF documents, speeches and subject files
Attorney

Memoranda to the Litigation Review Committee and programming issues, Water Resources Program reports, comments on water resources and wetlands-related issues

Series 2: Langdon Warner 1978 [5 inches]
Arrangement: Subject files
Wetlands Monitor

Collected files on the Delaware River Basin

Sub-Group III.2:  Water Resources/Wetlands Program—Legal Files

Series 1: Litigation & Hearings files 1971-1983 [18 linear ft]
Arrangement: Grouped by case; chronological arrangement by date of EDF’s initial involvement

Case files and records from administrative proceedings on topics such as: Federal water projects, development projects, water quality standards

Series 2: Background Documents [30 inches]
Arrangement: Grouped by case; chronological arrangement by date of EDF’s initial involvement

Subject Files regarding the Blue Plains Sewage Treatment Plant

Sub-Group III.3:  Water Resources/Wetlands Program—Project Files

Series 1: Committees & Meetings [Reserved]

Series 2: Project Files 1971-1979 [13 linear ft]
Arrangement: Grouped by project; chronological arrangement by date of EDF’s initial involvement

A collection of reports, clippings, press releases and correspondence pertaining to: floodplains management; wetlands protection; soil erosion control projects, coastal zone management; and the Delaware River Basin Comprehensive Study

Sub-Group III.4: Water Resources/Wetlands Program—Public Statements/Texts

Series 1: Comments 1971-1979 [6 inches]
Arrangement: Chronological

Written in response to requests on proposed regulations or policy, comments reflect EDF’s position on issues related to water supply, water use, dredge & fill activities, floodplain management and water quality standards

Series 2: Testimony/Speeches 1973-1979 [2 inches]
Arrangement: Chronological

Testimony before governmental and regulatory agencies and speeches at conferences; the most frequent topics are the water policy, water reclamation, and water supply for energy use

Series 3: Writings by Program Staff 1973-1977 [2 inches]
Arrangement: Chronological

Articles and reports both draft and published, on water resources development projects and water pollution

SG IV Wildlife Program -- concentrates on toxic substances and their effects on human health

Sub-group IV.1: Wildlife Program—Staff Files

Series 1: Michael Bean 1976-1981, 1984 [1 linear ft]
Arrangement: Chronological
Attorney

Summaries of program activities, comments and position statements on the Marine Mammal Protection Act and wildlife regulatons

Series 2: William Y. Brown 1982-1984 [2 inches]
Arrangement: Chronological
Scientist

Correspondence & memoranda on the implementation of the Endangered Species Act, the Antarctic Marine Living Resources Convention Act of 1983, wildlife conservation laws, Antarctic conservation issues

Sub-group IV.2 Wildlife Program—Legal Files

Series 1: Litigation & Administrative Hearings Files 1974-1982 [21 linear ft]
Arrangement: Grouped by case; chronological arrangement by date of EDF’s initial involvement

Pleadings, transcripts, testimony, and correspondence on issues related to the protection of marine mammals and other wildlife

Series 2: Background Documents [2 ft, 7 in]
Arrangement: Grouped by case; chronological arrangement by date of EDF’s initial involvement.

Reports, legislation and workshop papers regarding regulations governing the taking of marine mammals during fishing operations

Sub-group IV.3 Wildlife Program-Project Files

Series 1: Committees & Meetings [Reserved]

Series 2: Project Files 1984-1992 [8 ft, 7in]
Arrangement:  Alphabetical subject files

Subject files concerning the conservation and protection of resources of the Antarctic

Sub-group IV.4 Wildlife Program—Public Statements/Texts

Series 1: Comments 1973-1979 [3 inches]
Arrangement: Chronological

Written in response to requests on proposed regulations or policy, comments reflect EDF’s views on the Marine Mammal Protection Act and commercial fishing operations

Series 2: Testimony 1971-1984 [2 inches]
Arrangement: Chronological

Testimony by EDF scientists and attorneys on the management of fisheries, the Marine Mammal Protection Act, the Convention on the Conservation of Antarctic Marine Living Resources, and wetlands protection

Series 3: Writings by Program Staff 1981-1985[2 inches]
Arrangement: Chronological

Articles, and reports, both draft and published, on wetlands protection, endangered species, and conservation

SG V   Energy Program—a small program dealing with the impact of transportation and highway projects

Sub-group V.1 Energy Program—Staff Files

Series 1: Subject Files 1979-1982 [5 inches]
Arrangement: Alphabetical

Collected files on utility rates, power plants, and coal gasification

Sub-group V.2 Energy Program—Legal Files

Series 1:  Litigation & Administrative Hearings 1970-1986 [26 linear ft]
Arrangement: Grouped by case; chronological arrangement by date of EDF’s initial involvement

Correspondence, media, pleadings, testimony from litigation proceedings on the construction of the Trans Alaska Pipeline System; the construction of power plants; the Prototype Oil Shale Leasing Program, and utility rate design

Series 2: Background Documents [7 ft, 6 in]
Arrangement: sorted by case, chronological by date of EDF’s initial involvement.

Environmental studies regarding the proposed Canadian alternative to the Trans Alaska Pipeline System; electric company documents regarding the implementation of energy conservation programs

Sub-group V.3 Energy Program—Project Files [Reserved]

Sub-group V.4 Energy Program—Public Statements/Texts

Series 1: Comments 1970, 1982 [2 inches]
Arrangement: Chronological

Written in response to requests on proposed regulations or policy, comments reflect EDF’s views on the Atomic Energy Commission, oil shale development and the Nine Mile Point 2 nuclear plant

Series 2: Testimony 1974-1981 [2 inches]
Arrangement: Chronological

Testimony by EDF scientists, economists and attorneys electric utility rate design, synthetic fuels, oil shale leasing and emissions permits

Series 3: Writings by Program Staff 1976-1984 [1 inch]
Arrangement: Chronological

Articles and reports, both draft and published, on sulfur emissions, power plants and energy demand

SG VI Transportation Program—a small program dealing with the impact of transportation and
            highway projects

Sub-group VI.1 Transportation Program—Staff Files
[Reserved]

Sub-group VI.2 Transportation Program—Legal Files

Series 1:  Litigation & Administrative Hearings 1970-1977 [12 ft, 8 in]
Arrangement: Grouped by case; chronological arrangement by date of EDF’s initial involvement

Testimony, statements, correspondence and media from litigation proceedings on supersonic transport, air quality in Washington D.C. and regulations governing freight rates for recyclable goods

Series 2: Background Documents [22 inches]
Arrangement: Grouped by case; Arranged chronologically by date of EDF’s initial involvement

Collected reports, impact statements, correspondence and media on Supersonic Transport/Concorde jet

Sub-group VI.3 Transportation Program—Project Files
[Reserved]

Sub-group VI.4 Transportation Program—Public Statements/Texts

Series 1: Comments 1971, 1975 [2 items]

Draft comments on the control of carbon monoxide in the Washington D.C. area, and an op-ed piece on supersonic transport

Sub-group I: Administrative

Sub-group I.1 Administrative--Counsels

SERIES 1: William A. Butler

Box 1

Chronological files—Correspondence & memoranda-Sent, April-December 1971
Chronological files—Correspondence & memoranda-Sent, January-June 1972

Box 2

Chronological files—Correspondence & memoranda-Sent, July-December 1972
Chronological files—Correspondence & memoranda-Sent, January-March 1973

Box 3

Chronological files—Correspondence & memoranda-Sent, March 1973-1974

Box 4

Chronological files—Correspondence, 1974
Chronological files—Memoranda on land use planning, 1975
Chronological files—Correspondence-Sent, 1975-1978
Chronological files—Litigation Review Committee,1976
Chronological files—Memoranda, 1979-1980
Chronological files—Memoranda [confidential], 1980

Box 5

Chronological files—Correspondence & memoranda, 1980
Chronological files—Memoranda received from Janet W. Brown [confidential], 1983-1984
Chronological files—EDF Virginia office proposal for VA Groundwater Quality Program, 1983

Comments:

Butler, W.A. (1970). Comments on the Council of Environmental Quality’s interim guidelines.
            Letter to Russell E. Train.

Adamson, L., Lang S., David O. (1973). Comments on the FDA’s banned hazardous substances-
            Proposed exemption of certain lead-containing paints and other similar surface-coating
            materials. Letter to the hearing clerk, Food & Drug Administration.

Butler, W.A. (1973). Comments on proposed regulations governing classification of pesticides into
            general & restricted uses. Letter to Lowell Miller & William H. Preston, Environmental
            Protection Agency.

Butler, W.A. (1974). Comments on the proposed environmental review procedure implementing
            section 104 of Title I of the Housing & Community Development Act of 1974.  Letter to the
            hearing clerk, Environmental Protection Agency.

Environmental Defense Fund. (1975). Statement of the Environmental Defense Fund on Rail
            Reorganization of the Northeast & Midwest pursuant to the Regional Rail Reorganization
            Act.

Environmental Defense Fund. (1976). Statement of the Environmental Defense Fund at FAA
            hearing on EPA’s proposed noise standard for SSTs. Typescript.

Environmental Defense Fund. (1980). [Comments on draft recommendations on intragovernmental
            communications in informal rulemaking proceedings, 45 Fed. Reg. 69848
            (October 17, 1980)]. Letter to Charles R. Pouncey, Administrative Conference of the United
            States.

Environmental Defense Fund. (1978). Comments of the Environmental Defense Fund re: Proposed  
            regulations for implementation of procedural provisions of NEPA, 43 Fed. Reg. 25230
            (June 9, 1978).

Testimony:

March 18, 1977: Richard A. Frank, on behalf of the Environmental Defense Fund et al., regarding the implications of deep sea mining, before the Subcommittee on Oceanography of the House Committee on Merchant Marine and Fisheries

Box 6

1979: Testimony of James N. Barnes before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee on the Environmental Modification Convention.

1980: Testimony of William A. Butler on behalf of the Environmental Defense Fund, regarding S. 739 and S. 1472 to revise federal venue provisions, before the Senate Subcommittee on Improvements in Judicial Matters.

Reports:

Bonn Conference on Environmental Law-Trip report, 1973
EDF-Virginia Project Report, July 16-31, 1973

Subject Files:

Air Pollution-Smoke & haze, 1970
Asbestos
Darien Gap Highway-Memoranda, 1974-1975
Detergent ordinance, Akron Ohio-EDF court memorandum, 1971
Discount rate—Memoranda, press releases, 1971
Environmental Protection Agency-Criticism, 1982

Box 7

Subject files:

Featherstone National Wildlife Refuge-Correspondence & impact statement, 1975
Forest Service, 1978
Nuclear power issues-Correspondence & memoranda, 1975-1977
Nuclear power issues-Clippings,
Nuclear power issues-Legislation [S.1439, Export Reorganization Act]
Recycling-Brochures, pamphlets, ca. 1975
Reimbursement for public participation in proceedings-Memoranda, comments, reports, 1978-1983

Box 8

Reimbursement for public participation in proceedings-Memoranda, comments, reports, 1978-1983
Reorganization of the federal governments functions re: environmental programs, 1978-1979
Ruby Lake National Wildlife Refuge-Effects of water skiing on wildlife, 1976
Starkweather Watershed Project, Devil’s Lake, North Dakota
Tinsel-Motion for temporary restraining order in “icicles” containing lead, 1970

SERIES 2: William Y. Brown

Box 1

Correspondence, June 1984
Memoranda, January-February, 1984
Memoranda, April-May, 1984
Memoranda-Financial, personnel [confidential], 1984
Executive Committee meeting agenda & documents, June 1984

Sub-group I.2 Administrative—Public Information/Communications

SERIES 1: Correspondence / Memoranda

Box 1

Correspondence-Action on Smoking & Health (newsletter & brochures)
Correspondence-Fairness doctrine (with EDF comments)
Correspondence-PCBs
Correspondence-Tuna / Porpoise

Charlene Dougherty Files [Public Information Officer]:
Memoranda-Sent & received, 1974-1976
Memoranda-Planning for Floods brochure, 1974
Memoranda-EDF staff participation in radio program, 1975
Memoranda-Public Service advertisements, 1976

Box 2

Charlene Dougherty Files [Public Information Officer]:
Memoranda, 1978
Chronological files-Electric utility rates, 1974-1976
Chronological files-National Flood Insurance Program, 1974

SERIES 2: Press Releases

Box 1

Press releases, 1971-1982

Box 2

Press releases, 1982-1984

Press releases-“Our Environment”-Los Angeles Times, February 1975-February 1976

SERIES 3: Inter-Office Bulletins

Box 1

Washington Office bulletins, 1972-1973, 1975-1981

SERIES 4: Subject Files

Box 1

Air quality-Copies of testimony on auto emissions standards, 1972
Architecture-Environmental impact statements, early 1970s
Beaches [Conservation]-Press releases
Birds-Press releases, flyers
Channelization-Hearings, Press releases, early 1970s
Chromium standards, 1980

Box 2

Drugs-FDA regulations, 1979
Development-Long Island-Press releases, speech, memorandum, early 1970s
Feed additives-1976 Feed additive compendium
Fish & mollusks-Press releases

Box 3

Economic conversion, 1978
Environmental Study Conference Weekly Bulletin, May-December 1977
Epidemiology, geography-Journal articles
Food additives-Journal articles, 1970s

Box 4

Food additives-Testimony, proposed legislation, 1970s
Hazardous Waste Report, Vol. 1, nos. 1-2, 6, 16-17
Labeling hazardous waste seminar papers, 1980
Minorities in the environmental movement/toxic waste concerns, 1982
Smoking and health-Petitions, 1977-1978
Vinyl chloride-EPA report-Quantitative risk of exposure, 1975

Sub-group I.3 Administrative Files—Fundraising

SERIES 1: Grant Files

Box 1

Correspondence / Memoranda-General, 1975-1980, undated
Tocks Island fundraising, 1976
Toxics Program community work projects, 1982
Conservation voltage regulation in Washington D.C., 1983

SERIES 2: Membership

Box 1

Environmental Defense Fund. (ca. 1972). Asbestos in hairdryers [brochure].
New York: author. 

Solicitation mailings, 1988-1989

Sub-group II Toxic Chemicals Program

Sub-group II.1 Toxic Chemicals Program—Staff Files

SERIES 1: Khristine Hall

Box 1

Chronological correspondence-Global 2000 Task Force, 1980
Chronological correspondence-Sent, 1981
Chronological correspondence-Air quality, 1981
Chronological correspondence-Hazardous waste, 1981-1982

Box 2

Chronological correspondence-Sent [includes files on hazardous waste], 1982-1983

Box 3

Chronological correspondence-Acid rain, 1981
Chronological correspondence-Hazardous waste, 1983

Clean Air Act-Copies of correspondence-Dept of Justice, 1981
Dept of Defense regulations-Comments, 1979
Federal regulation E.O. 12291-Reports

Box 4

Federal regulations-E.O. 12291
Hazardous waste / Superfund-Post closure liability provisions-Hearing statements, 1981
Hazardous waste laws, international
Hyde Park Landfill-Court documents, litigation memorandum, 1981

Box 5

Hyde Park Landfill-Court documents, litigation memorandum, 1981
National Science Foundation workshop papers, regulatory costs and technological innovation
Paperwork Reduction Act of 1980-Government documents
Water quality standard-Copies of correspondence, report, 1970s

SERIES 2: David Lennett

Box 1

Chronological correspondence-Hazardous waste, 1979-1983
EPA—Budget—Reports, 1981-1982

Box 2

EPA—Budget—Reports, 1981-1982
Hazardous waste management-National Wildlife Federation background papers

SERIES 3: Robert Rauch

Box 1

Chronological correspondence, 1978-1980

Subject Files:

Air Pollution-Readings
Air Pollutants-Long range transport-Reports

Box 2

Air Pollutants-Sulfur Dioxide-Reports
Coal-Clean Air and increased coal use-Hearings, 1979
Coal-National Coal Policy Project
Coal-National Coal Utilization Assessment-Handbook, report
Environmental Forum VI-Program papers, 1978
Phosphate Rock Plants-Background information: proposed standards-EPA

SERIES 4: Joseph Highland

Box 1

Chronological correspondence, 1976-1981

Box 2

Chronological correspondence, 1981-1982

Subject files:
Monsanto Company ad campaign-EDF rebuttal-Memoranda, 1977-1978

SERIES 5: Leslie Dach

Box 1

Chronological correspondence [Resource Conservation & Recovery Act/Superfund], 1977-1979

Subject files:
Public education, 1979
Environment & inflation, 1978
Grass roots lobbying, 1978
Hazardous waste legislation-Congressional testimony, July, September-October 1979

Box 2

Hazardous waste legislation-Congressional testimony, October 1979

Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA)-Memoranda-EPA, 1977-`979

Solid waste report, Volume 9, nos. 21-22, 24-26, 1978
Solid waste report, Volume 10, nos. 1-25, 1979

Superfund legislation-Memoranda & congressional testimony, 1979

SERIES 6: Marcia Fine Silcox

Box 1

Subject Files:

Action Seminar on Acid Precipitation-Media, 1979
Benzidine derived dyes-OSHA report, 1979
Cancer & the Environment-Reprints, articles, mid-1970s
Carcinogens-Testing for identification-Reports, 1979
Interagency Cooperative Action Plan for Regulation of Chemical Substances
(CPSC, EPA, FDA, OSHA), 1978

Box 2

Interagency Cooperative Action Plan for Regulation of Chemical Substances
(CPSC, EPA, FDA, OSHA), 1978
Malignant Neglect-Book reviews, advertisements, 1979
Methyl Chloride-Reprints, Clippings, 1978
PCBs-Reprints, 1977-1978
Radiation-Nuclear energy-Articles, 1970s
Radiation-X-rays-Articles, 1970s

Box 3

Radiation-X-rays-Brochures, 1970s
Risk assessment-Papers-Robert L. Golberg (EDF Intern), 1978
Silvex-Report-Biologic & Economic Assessment-RPAR Assessment Team, 1981
Victims’ Compensation-Scientific history-draft report-Environmental Defense Fund, 1981
Victims’ Compensation-Fact sheets, reports, 1970s

Box 4

Water filters-Petition of EDF to the FTC to investigate validity of advertising claims, 1978
Women in Science-Symposium papers, 1980
Women-Exposure to toxic substances in the workplace-Clippings, 1970s

SERIES 7: Ben Drake

Chronological files, September-December 1982

SERIES 8: Robert Harris

Box 1

Chronological correspondence, 1974 [Drinking water in New Orleans]
Petition of EDF to ban Tris-treated wearing apparel, 1977
Chronological correspondence, 1979 [Potomac Estuary draft report]
Chronological correspondence, 1979

Box 2

Federal Water Pollution Control Act-Memoranda, 1975-1976
Federal Water Pollution Control Act-Copies of permits to discharge

Wastewater management-Long Island-Correspondence, 1974-1976

United States. (1974). Water quality management planning for urban runoff.

Colston, N. V. (1974). Characterization and treatment of urban land runoff. Environmental
 protection technology series, 1974, 96. Cincinnati, Ohio: National Environmental
Research Center.

United States, Hydroscience, inc, & Malcolm Pirnie Engineers, Inc. (1974). Potomac estuary water
            supply: A prototype water treatment facility. Westwood, N.J.: Hydroscience.

United States. (1975). Northeastern United States water supply study: Interim report : critica
l choices for critical years. New York, N.Y.?: The Division?.

Meta Systems Inc. (1976). Land use - water quality relationship: Prepared under Contract no.
 68-01-2622 for the Environmental Protection Agency. Washington, D.C.: Environmental
Protection Agency, Water Planning Division.

Sub-group II.2 Toxic Chemicals Program—Legal Files

SERIES 1: Litigation & Hearings

Mirex—Imported Fire Ant Control (1970); 1 box

Box 1

EDF et al. v. Hardin No. 2319-70 (U.S. Dist. Ct., D.C.)

Correspondence, 1970-1973
Affidavits

Pleadings:
Complaint for injunction and declaratory judgment, August 1970
Motion to dismiss, 1970-1971
Amendment to complaint, 1971
Pre-trial statements, 1972
Record items

Petition for Suspension of Economic Poisons Containing 2,4,5-T (1970); 1 box

Box 1

Petition for the immediate suspension of registration of economic poisons containing 2,4,5-T…
by Harrison Wellford et al. before the Secretary of Agriculture

Wellford et al. v. Hardin No. 24,434 (U.S. Ct. of Appeals, D.C.)

Petition for review of the order of the Secretary of Agriculture, July 1970
Pleadings—Re: spray project in Globe, Arizona, October 1970
Brief for the petitioners, October 1970
Reply brief for the petitioners, November 1970
Brief for amicus curiae National Agricultural Chemicals Association, November 1970
Brief of respondent Clifford Hardin, December 1970
Judgment, January 1971

Comments and evidentiary submission of Harrison Wellford et al. before the Environmental Protection Agency; On remand from the U.S. Ct. of Appeals

2, 4, 5-T—Status of the Cancellation Proceedings / Final Policy of the Administrator
(1971-1973); 3 boxes

Box 1

Dow Chemical v. Ruckelshaus No. PB 71 164 (U.S. Dist. Ct., Eastern Dist. AR, Pine Buff Div.)

Pleadings:
Motion for preliminary injunction, December 1971
Memorandum in support of preliminary injunction, 1971
Motion to dismiss or summary judgment, 1972
Memorandum-Dow Chemical

Exhibits—Dow Chemical Co. (?)

Dow Chemical v. Ruckelshaus No. 72-1441 (U.S. Ct. of Appeals, 8th Cir.)

Briefs:
Amicus Curiae—Environmental Defense Fund
Appellant—Ruckelshaus
Appellee—Dow Chemical

Appendix

Box 2

Dow Chemical Company v. Ruckelshaus No. 72-1441 (U.S. Ct. of Appeals, 8th Cir.)

Appendix: Exhibit, Volume I (Advisory Committee report)
Appendix: Exhibit, Volume II (Brief in Wellford v. Hardin)

Background documents:
Documents—Environmental Defence Society (N.Z.)

Hearings before the Subcommittee on Energy, Natural Resources & the Environment of the Committee on Commerce, U.S. Senate. Effects of 2,4,5-T on man and the environment, April & June 1970.

Hearings before the Environmental Protection Agency, I.F.R. Nos. 42, 44, 45, 48—pleadings and brief of Dow Chemical, 1972

Box 3

Dow Chemical v. Ruckelshaus No. 72-1441 (U.S. Ct. of Appeals, 8th Cir.)

Brief—Environmental Protection Agency, September 1972
Brief—Environmental Defense Fund as amicus curiae, September 1972
Reply brief—Environmental Protection Agency, December 1972
Opinion, 1973

DDT Cancellation Hearing before the Environmental Protection Agency
Hearing Examiner (1971-1972); 40 boxes

I.F. & R. Nos. 57, 63, 66 et al., before Edmund M. Sweeney Hearing Examiner

Box 1

Correspondence, 1971-1972

Pleadings—Pre-hearing:
April 1971
May 1971
Brief of intervenor Environmental Defense Fund, June 1971
Brief of petitioners Cotton Producer Association et al. ca. July 1971
August 1971

Pleadings:
September-December 1971
Statement on issues, January 1972
February 1972

Box 2

Pleadings:
On testimony, February 1972
Summary of law and analysis of the evidence, March 1972
Rebuttals to summary of law and analysis of evidence, March 1972
Proposed findings of fact & conclusions of law—Eli Lilly & Co, March 1972
Proposed findings of fact & conclusions of law—Group petitioners, March 1972
Brief of the Environmental Defense Fund (incomplete), April 1972

Box 3

Pleadings:
Proposed findings of fact, conclusions of law—Intervenor H.P. Cannon & Son
Proposed findings of fact, conclusions of law and order—U.S. Department of Agriculture
Brief—Respondent EPA’s brief in support of findings of fact, conclusions of law
Intervenor Environmental Defense Fund’s rebuttal statement of law, analysis of evidence
Exceptions of intervenor Environmental Defense Fund et al. to Hearing Examiner’s recommended decision & conduct of hearing, May 12, 1972
Respondent EPA’s brief in response to Judicial Officer’s questions and to briefs in support of recommended decision, May 15, 1972

Box 4

Pleadings:
Answers of the Environmental Defense Fund to questions asked during oral argument, May 24, 1972
USDA’s reply to respondent’s and EDF’s exceptions and briefs to hearing examiner’s recommended decision, May 26, 1972
Group petitioners’ brief in opposition to respondent’s exceptions to the Examiner’s decision and brief
Opinion of the Administrator, June 14, 1972

Transcripts of testimony:
Volume 1-Marshall M. Laird on behalf of the Group Petitioners
Volume 1-David F. Young on behalf of the Group Petitioners
Volume 2-David F. Young on behalf of the Group Petitioners
Volume 2-C.R. Jordan on behalf of the Group Petitioners
Volume 2-Farrell Higbee on behalf of the Group Petitioners
Volume 3-James R. Brazzel on behalf of the Group Petitioners
Volume 3-Edward F. Knipling on behalf of the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture

Box 5

Transcripts of testimony:
Volume 4-Norman B. Akesson on behalf of the Group Petitioners
Volume 4-Edward F. Knipling on behalf of the U.S. Dept of Agriculture
Volume 5-Ted A. Loomis on behalf of the Group Petitioners
Volume 6-Virgil Freed on behalf of the Group Petitioners
Volume 7-Harland Fowler on behalf of the Group Petitioners
Volume 7-Edward R. Laws on behalf of the Group Petitioners
Volume 8-Anne R. Yobs on behalf of the Group Petitioners
Volume 9-Ralph E. Neal on behalf of the Group Petitioners
Volume 9-Samuel E. Simmons on behalf of the Group Petitioners

Box 6

Transcripts of testimony:
Volume 10-Thomas McIntyre on behalf of the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture
Volume 10-Henry F. Nixon on behalf of the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture
Volume 10-Dean F. Lovitt on behalf of the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture
Volume 10-Robert H. Altman on behalf of the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture
Volume 11-Haruo Tashiro on behalf of the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture
Volume 11-Edgar A. Taylor on behalf of the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture
Volume 11-Jesse L. Steinfeld
Volume 12-Lorenzo Tomatis on behalf of the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture
Volume 12-John Higginson on behalf of the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture
Volume 13-Henry P. Cannon on behalf of H.P. Cannon & Son
Volume 13-Carlton L. Byrd on behalf of H.P. Cannon & Son
Volume 13-Charles N. Jackson on behalf of H.P. Cannon & Son
Volume 13-Douglas M. Greenwood on behalf of H.P. Cannon & Son
Volume 13-Paul P. Burbutis on behalf of H.P. Cannon & Son
Volume 14-Kenneth Hill on behalf of the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture
Volume 14-Opening statement of the Secretary of Agriculture as intervenor
Volume 14-Thomas Jukes on behalf of the U.S. Dept of Agriculture
Volume 15-Rudolph D. Radeleff on behalf of the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture
Volume 15-Kenneth Hill on behalf of the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture

Box 7

Transcripts of testimony:—Witnesses on behalf of the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture:
Volume 15-Clarence Hoffmann
Volume 16-Clarence Hoffmann
Volume 16-John E. Davies
Volume 16-Joseph H. Davis
Volume 17-Donald P. Morgan
Volume 17-Clifford Roan
Volume 18-Wayland J. Hayes
Volume 19-Leo Dale Newsome
Volume 19-William G. Eden
Volume 20-Lloyd Hazelton
Volume 20-R.L. Ridgway
Volume 20-Dabney S. Wellford

Box 8

Transcripts of testimony:--Witnesses on behalf of the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture:
Volume 20-Thomas W. Maren
Volume 20-Fred T. Cooke
Volume 21-Norman E. Borlaug
Volume 22-Kenneth L. Davison
Volume 23-James Capizzi
Volume 23-Joseph C. Street
Volume 23-Thomas F. Leigh
Volume 24-John R. Beck
Volume 24-William B. Jackson
Volume 25-Stuart R. Race
Volume 25-Gary Booth
Volume 26-George R. Harvey
Volume 26-Ned D. Bayley

Transcript of testimony:--Witnesses on behalf of the Environmental Protection Agency:
Volume 27-Jerry Burke
Volume 27-David L. Stalling
Volume 27-H. Page Nicolson

Box 9

Transcripts of testimony:
Volume 28-Tony J. Peterle on behalf of the Environmental Protection Agency
Volume 29-Wayland J. Hayes on behalf of the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture
Volume 29-John B. Dimond on behalf of the Environmental Protection Agency
Volume 30-Philip C. Kearney on behalf of the Environmental Protection Agency
Volume 30-Charles Dean Gish on behalf of the Environmental Protection Agency
Volume 31-Philip A. Butler on behalf of the Environmental Protection Agency
Volume 31-Robert E. Reinert on behalf of the Environmental Protection Agency
Volume 32-Robert E. Reinert on behalf of the Environmental Protection Agency
Volume 32-Kenneth J. Macek on behalf of the Environmental Protection Agency
Volume 32-Umberto Saffiotti on behalf of the Environmental Protection Agency
Volume 33-Alice Ottobomi on behalf of the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture
Volume 34-Don W. Hayne on behalf of the Environmental Protection Agency
Volume 34-Umberto Saffiotti on behalf of the Environmental Protection Agency
Volume 34-Mark M. Luckens on behalf of the Environmental Protection Agency

Box 10

Transcripts of testimony:—Witnesses on behalf of the Environmental Protection Agency:
Volume 34-Croswell Henderson
Volume 35-William H. Stickel
Volume 36-Robert G. Heath
Volume 37-Statement of Alan Kirk, Deputy General Counsel
Volume 38-Jerry C. Longcore
Volume 38-Richard D. Porter
Volume 39-Lawrence J. Blus
Volume 39-James O. Keith

Volume 40-James O. Keith
Volume 40-Thomas J. Cade
Volume 41-Thomas J. Cade
Volume 41-Joseph J. Hickey

Box 11

Transcripts of testimony:—Witnesses on behalf of the Environmental Protection Agency:
Volume 41-Joseph J. Hickey
Volume 42-Joseph J. Hickey
Volume 43-David B. Peakall
Volume 44-Robert R.L. Guillard
Volume 44-Herman O. Sanders
Volume 45-Ronald Eisler
Volume 45-Stephen W. Hitchcock
Volume 46-Blake F. Grant
Volume 46-John M. Anderson
Volume 47-Thomas W. Duke
Volume 47-Clarence M. Tarzell
Volume 48-George E. Burdick

Box 12

Transcripts of testimony:
Volume 48-George E. Burdick
Volume 48-Howard E. Johnson on behalf of the Environmental Protection Agency
Volume 49-Stephen G. Herman on behalf of the Environmental Protection Agency
Volume 49-Denzel E. Ferguson on behalf of the Environmental Protection Agency
Volume 50-Joel Bitman on behalf of the Environmental Protection Agency
Volume 50-David Pimentel on behalf of the Environmental Protection Agency
Volume 51-Supplemental testimony of Henry P. Cannon II
Volume 51-William B. Campbell on behalf of the Environmental Protection Agency
Volume 52-Joseph C. Headley on behalf of the Environmental Protection Agency
Volume 53-Transcript of proceedings—On 12/10/71 Science article
Volume 54-Transcript of proceedings—On 12/10/71 Science article
Volume 55-Robert van den Bosch on behalf of the Environmental Protection Agency
Volume 55-Everet J. Dietrick on behalf of the Environmental Protection Agency
Volume 56-Richard Ridgeway on behalf of the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture
Volume 56-Charles G. Lincoln on behalf of the Environmental Protection Agency
Volume 57-Robert F. Metcalf on behalf of the Environmental Protection Agency
Volume 58-Marvin A. Schneiderman on behalf of the Environmental Defense Fund

Box 13

Transcripts of testimony:—Witnesses on behalf of the Environmental Defense Fund:
Volume 59-Marvin S. Legator
Volume 61-Robert w. Risebrough
Volume 62-Dennis Lynn Meadows
Volume 62-Lawrence R. Cory
Volume 63-Marvin A. Schneiderman
Volume 63-George M. Woodwell
Volume 64-Alden Dexter Hinckley
Volume 65-Samuel S. Epstein
Volume 66-Alan Steinbach
Volume 66-Jerry L. Mosser

Box 14

Transcripts of testimony:
Volume 67-James G. Armstrong on behalf of Eli Lilly & Co.
Volume 67-Billy Joe Cross on behalf of the Environmental Protection Agency
Volume 67-Fredrick W. Plapp on behalf of the Environmental Defense Fund
Volume 68-Virgil Freed on behalf of the Group Petitioners
Volume 69-Waldemar Klassen on behalf of the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture
Volume 70-Denzel Ferguson on behalf of the Environmental Protection Agency
Volume 71-Stanford H. Smith on behalf of the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture
Volume 72-Transcript of proceedings
Volume 73-George B. Craig, Jr. on behalf of the Environmental Defense Fund
Volume 74-Kenneth L. Davison on behalf of the U.S. Dept of Agriculture
Volume 74-Bruce C. Switzer on behalf of the U.S. Dept of Agriculture
Volume 75-E.L. Robert Stokstad on behalf of the Group Petitioners

Box 15

Transcripts of testimony:
Volume 76-Robert Risebrough on behalf of the Environmental Defense Fund
Volume 76-James R. Brazzel on behalf of the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture
Volume 77-William F. Gusey on behalf of the Group Petitioners
Volume 78-William H. Butler on behalf of the Group Petitioners
Volume 78-Mitchell R. Zavon on behalf of the Group Petitioners

Volume 79-Oral argument-Group Petitioners
Volume 79-Oral argument-Intervenor H.P. Cannon & Son
Volume 80-Oral argument-U.S. Dept of Agriculture
Volume 80-Oral argument-Intervenor the Environmental Defense Fund

Box 16

Transcripts of testimony:
Volume 81-Oral argument-Group Petitoners
Volume 81-Oral argument-U.S. Dept. of Agriculture

Hearing Examiner’s recommended findings, conclusions, & orders, April 25, 1972

Exhibits:
Environmental Defense Fund
Group Petitioners

Counsel’s notes on proceedings, August-September, 1971

Box 17

Counsel’s notes on proceedings, October 1971-February 1972

Box 18

Counsel’s notes on proceedings, March 1972

Environmental Defense Fund v. the Environmental Protection Agency/
Ruckelshaus No. 71-1256 (U.S. Ct. of App, D.C.)

Renew a petition for review of the failure of the Administrator to suspend all uses of DDT,
June 1972

EDF v. EPA & Ruckelshaus No. 71-1690 (U.S. Ct. of App, D.C.)

Petition for review of the decision of the Administrator of June 14, 1972

EDF v. EPA No. 71-1548/1690 (U.S. Ct. of App, D.C.)
Petition for review of the Administrator of the EPA

Brief for petitioners EDF et al., January 1973
Reply brief of petitioners EDF et al., April 1973

Coahoma Chemical Co. v. William Ruckelshaus No. 72-2663 (U.S. Ct. of App, 5th Circuit)
Petition for review of the decision of the Administrator of the EPA

Pleadings:
Motions to intervene, July-August 1972
Requests for a pre-hearing conference, August 1972
On jurisdiction
On transfer of proceeding, November-December 1972

DDT cancellation hearing before the Environmental Protection Agency
I.F. & R. Nos. 57, 63, 66 et al., before Herbert L. Perlman, Hearing Examiner

Pleadings:
Motion to re-open hearing & stay order, September-October 1972
Pre-hearing conference, September 1972

Box 19

EDF et al. v. EPA no. 71-1256
Petition for review of the order of the Administrator

Brief of the petitioners, 1971

Box 20

Coahoma v. Ruckelshaus no. DC7273-S
(U.S. Dist. Ct., No. Dist., MS)

Petition for review of order of Administrator-Pleadings, 1973

Box 21

DDT cancellation hearing before the Environmental Protection Agency
I.F. & R. Nos. 57, 63, 66 et al., before Herbert L. Perlman, Hearing Examiner

Transcript of proceedings, November 1972, February 1973
Respondent’s exhibits

Box 22

Respondent’s exhibits

Box 23

DDT cancellation hearing before the Environmental Protection Agency
I.F. & R. Nos. 57, 63, 66 et al., before Herbert L. Perlman, Hearing Examiner

Pleadings, November-December 1972
Recommended decision, March 1973
Order of dismissal, April 1973

Background documents (journal articles):
DDT debate
Pesticides—Effects on aquatic life

Box 24

EDF et al. v. EPA & Ruckelshaus No. 72-1548 and 72-1690
(U.S. Ct. of App, D.C.)

Petition for review of the June 14th, 1972 decision of the Administrator
Pleadings, April 1973
Appendix in Nos. 72-1548 and 72-1690

Coahoma Chemical Co. v. Ruckelshaus No. 72-2142 (U.S. Ct. of App., D.C.)

Pleadings, 1972-1973

Briefs and reply briefs:
Intervenor National Cotton Growers of America
Petitioner Coahoma Chemical Company
Petitioner’s brief on the applicability of NEPA to the Administrator’s order

Box 25

Coahoma Chemical Co. v. Ruckelshaus No. 72-2142, 72-2183 etc.
(U.S. Ct. of Appeals, D.C. Cir.)

Appendix, Vols. 1 & 2

Box 26

Appendix Vols. 2, 5 & 8

Box 27

Appendix, Vols. 3 & 4

Box 28

Appendix, Vol. 6

Box 29

Appendix Vols. 8-11

Box 30

Appendix Vols. 7-9

Box 31

Appendix Vol. 11 & 12

Box 32

Appendix Vol. 12, 14
Joint appendix—EDF exhibits

Box 33

DDT cancellation hearing before the Environmental Protection Agency
I.F. & R. Nos. 57, 63, 66 et al., before Herbert L. Perlman, Hearing Examiner

Pleadings, October 1972, January 1973
Pleadings—briefs, February-March 1973
Pleadings—respondent EPA’s proposed findings of fact, conclusions of law, March 1973
Pleadings—Memorandum of the Louisiana Sweet Potato Association, March 1973

Exhibits—Environmental Defense Fund

Box 34

Exhibits:
Environmental Defense Fund
Environmental Protection Agency

Box 35

Exhibits:
Louisiana Sweet Potato Association

Boxes 36-38

Exhibits—Case unknown:

Group petitioners
Environmental Defense Fund
Respondents
United States Dept of Agriculture

Box 39

Background documents (journal articles):
Pesticides—Biological effects
Pesticides—Effects on birds
Pesticides—Boll weevil control
Pesticides—Cotton insect control
Pesticides—Effects on the environment
Pesticides—Effects on fish

Box 40

Background documents (journal articles):
Pesticides—Effects on fish
Pesticides—Residues in food
Pesticides—Resistance of house flies
Pesticides in water

Aldrin & Dieldrin-Suspension / Cancellation Hearings before the EPA
(1972-1975); 69 boxes

Box 1

Petition by the Environmental Defense Fund requesting the cancellation of registrations of economic poisons contain aldrin / dieldrin

Environmental Defense Fund v. Environmental Protection Agency No. 71-1365 (U.S. Ct. of App.)
Petition for review of an order of the Administrator
 
Pleadings, 19871-1974
Brief for petitioners, November 1971
Brief for respondents, November 1971
Appendix
Supplemental appendix
Aldrin & dieldrin registrations

Statement of Shell Chemical Company on paper by Dr. Charles F. Wurster entitled
“Aldrin / Dieldrin Environmental & Human Health Aspects” submitted to the EPA in
support of the petition of the Environmental Defense Fund on December 3. 1970

Box 2

Consolidated Administrative Proceedings involving the Cancellation of Registrations of Aldrin & Dieldrin Docket nos. 145 et al.

Consolidated Administrative Proceedings involving the Suspension of Registrations of Aldrin & Dieldrin Dockets 145 et al. [August 1974]

Official correspondence:
1971-1972
February-March 1973
September-October 1973
November 1973
January 1974
February 1974
March 1974
April 1974
May 1974
June 1974

Box 3

Official Correspondence:
July 1974
August 1974
December 1974
1975
1976

Internal Correspondence:
1970-1971
March 1972
January 1973
April-December 1973
January-April 1974
June-December 1974

Media: Clippings,
Media-Press releases-EDF

Box 4

Decision re: Docket no. 46, King Paint and Supply Co., Registrants
Registrations under appeal
Labels of products cancelled in accelerated decision
Pleadings—Shell Chemical Co. witnesses
Pleadings—Pre-trial briefs, May 1973

Box 5

Brief of evidence presented at Davenport, Orlando, Kansas City, Indianapolis,
and Lubvock field hearings, November 1973
Brief on benefits of aldrin dieldrin on corn, citrus & seed treatment, November 1973
Brief on evidence presented at field hearings—EDF, November 1973
List of alternative insecticides
Pleadings, January-April 1974

Box 6

Pleadings:
Brief II of Environmental Issues—Shell, February 14, 1974
Essential use list
June 1974
July 1974
August 1974

Box 7

Brief of Shell Chemical on the human toxicology evidence presented by EDF / EPA
Brief of EDF / EPA benefits evidence presented at the Washington D.C. cancellation hearing
Brief on EDF / EPA human health evidence presented at the Washington D.C. cancellation hearings
Draft brief on  USDA & Keynol Paint benefits evidence—EDF
Brief on benefits of aldrin & dieldrin & benefits evidence presented by EDF—Shell

Box 8

Pleadings:
September 1974
Draft brief on benefits & economics evidence presented at the Washington D.C. hearings on the suspension of the production of aldrin & dieldrin—EDF
Brief—Shell Chemical Company
Brief of amicus curiae in support of the registrants
USDA’s objections to the presiding officer’s recommended decision
Respondent’s findings of fact of the environmental effects of aldrin & dieldrin
Opinion of the Administrator on the suspension of aldrin & dieldrin

Shell Chemical Company v. EPA no. 74-3500 / 3505
(U.S. Ct. of Appeals)

Pleadings, October 1974

Box 9

Pleadings:
October 1974
November 1974
December 1974
January-April 1975

Transcript of proceedings—Davenport IA, August 7, 1973

Box 10

Transcripts of proceedings—Davenport Iowa:
August 8, 1973
August 9, 1973
August 10, 1973

Transcript of proceedings—Indianapolis, IN, August 21, 1973

Box 11

Transcripts of proceedings:
Indianapolis, IN, August 22, 1973
Kansas City, MO, August 28, 1973
Kansas City MO, August 29, 1973
Kansas City MO, August 29, 1973
Statements of farmers on behalf of Shell Chemical Co.
Witnesses on behalf of Florida Citrus Mutual, September 11, 1973

Box 12

Transcripts of testimony:
Witnesses on behalf of Florida Citrus Mutual, September 10, 1973
Allen G. Selhime on behalf of the USDA, September 11, 1973
John R. King on behalf of Florida Citrus Mutual, September 11, 1973
Diana Lyons on behalf of EDF, September 11, 1973
Robert C. Bullock on behalf of Florida Citrus Mutual, September 11, 1973
James Lichtenberg, October 18, 1973
Douglas Seba on behalf of the EPA, October 25, 1973
Elaine Georgakis Papagiannes on behalf of the EPA, October 25, 1973
Alfred J. Wilson on behalf of the EPA, October 25, 1973

Box 13

Transcripts of testimony:
Transcripts of proceedings-Orlando, September 12-13, 1973
Transcripts of proceedings-Lubbock, Texas, September 18-19, 1973

M.J. Sloan on behalf of Shell Oil Company, October 16, 1973

Box 14

Transcripts of testimony:
David Pimental on behalf of Shell Oil Company, October 16, 1973
James R. Sanborn on behalf of the EPA, October 17, 1973
Alan Taylor on behalf of the EPA, October 17, 1973
Robert L. Morris, October 18, 1973
Jesse Cohen on behalf of the EPA, October 19, 1973
Lelyn Stadnick, October 19, 1973
Douglas Seba on behalf of the EPA, October 24, 1973

Box 15

Transcripts of testimony—Witnesses on behalf of the Environmental Protection Agency:
Herman Sanders, October 26, 1973
Ross Bulkley, October 26, 1973
Danzel Ferguson, October 30, 1973
Roscoe Randell, October 31, 1973
Patrick Rodney Parrish, October 31, 1973
Robert E. Reinert, November 1, 1973
Paul M. Mehrle, November 2, 1973

M.J. Sloan on behalf of Shell Chemical Company, November 6, 1973
Charles Lane on behalf of the EPA, November 6, 1973

Box 16

Transcripts of testimony—Witnesses on behalf of the Environmental Protection Agency:
Carlos Fetterolf on behalf of the EPA, November 7, 1973
Charles Deane Gish on behalf of the EPA, November 7, 1973
William L. Reichel on behalf of the EPA, November 8, 1973
Larry D. Wing on behalf of the EPA, November 13, 1973
Lawrence Blus on behalf of the EPA, November 13, 1973
Raymond Linder on behalf of the EPA, November 14, 1973
James O.Keith on behalf of the EPA, November 15, 1973
Jeffrey Lincer on behalf of the EPA, November 27, 1973

Box 17

Transcripts of testimony—Witnesses on behalf of the Environmental Protection Agency:
James Kawatski, November 27, 1973
Gerlad Myrdal, November 28, 1973
Leigh H. Fredrickson, November 29, 1973
Robert Metcalf, November 30, 1973
Anne R. Yobs, December 4, 1973
Henry Enos, December 5, 1973
Daryl H. Bomkamp, December 5, 1973

Box 18

Transcripts of testimony—Witnesses on behalf of the Environmental Protection Agency:
Daryl H. Bomkamp, December 5, 1973
Daryl H. Bomkamp, December 9, 1973
Morris Fisher, December 9, 1973
Umberto Saffiotti, December 11 & 12, 1973

Stevenson Moore III on behalf of Shell Chemical Company, December 13, 1973

Box 19

Transcripts of testimony:
Melvin Reuber, December 13 & 14, 1973
Transcript of proceedings, December 18, 1973
Joseph G. Cummings, December 19, 1973
Melvin Reuber, January 14, 16 & 17, 1974
Emmanuel Faber on behalf of the EPA, January 18, 1974

Box 20

Transcripts of testimony—Witnesses on behalf of the Environmental Protection Agency:
Emmanuel Faber, January 18, 1974
Joseph Cummings, January 18, 1974
Melvin Reuber, 1974
Walter Heston, 1974
Fredrick Kutz, January 22, 1974
Herbert Seidman, January 25, 1974
M. Adrian Gross, January 28 & 29, 1974
Herbert Seidman, January 29, 1974
Thomas Fears, January 30, 1974

Box 21

Transcripts of testimony—Witnesses on behalf of the Environmental Protection Agency:
Thomas Fears, January 30, 1974
Neil Chernoff, January 31, 1974
Gary Van Gelder, February 1, 1974
D.J. Echobichon, February 6, 1974
David Pimentel, February 7 & 8, 1974
William Purdy on behalf of Environmental Defense Fund, February 14, 1974

Box 22

Transcripts of testimony:
Brock W. DeLappe on behalf of the Environmental Defense Fund, February 20, 1974
William Purdy on behalf of the Environmental Defense Fund, February 28, 1974
Howard B. Petty on behalf of the EPA, March 6 & 7, 1974
Frank Turpin on behalf of the EPA, March 7, 1974
Donald Chant on behalf of the EPA, March 8, 1974

Box 23

Transcripts of testimony:
Robert van den Bosch, March 4, 1974
Knutson Shell, May 23, 1974
John W. Harrison, May 24, 1974
B.H. Kantack, July 1974

Transcript of proceedings—Motion to consider acclerated decision, August 1974

Box 24

Transcripts of testimony—Witnesses on behalf of the Environmental Protection Agency:
Ralph Sechreist, March 12, 1974
John A. Schnittker, March 13, 1974
Transcript of proceedings, March 14, 1974
Wesley W. Gregory, March 14, 1974
James W. Apple, March 14, 1974
Roy E. Martin, March 19, 1974
George Georghiou, March 21, 1974

Sidney B. Meadows on behalf of the USDA, March 26, 1974

Box 25

Transcripts of testimony—Witnesses on behalf of the USDA:
Joe H. Klupenger, March 26, 1974
David R. Dugan, March 26, 1974
William Flemer, March 27, 1974
Henry F. Nixon, March 27, 1974
Howard L. Bruer [incomplete]

Box 26

Transcripts of testimony:
Luis Martorell on behalf of the USDA, April 23, 1974
Thomas McIntyre on behalf of the USDA, April 23, 1974
Reo E. Duggan on behalf of the USDA, April 25, 1974
John C. Owens on behalf of the EPA, April 26, 1974
Paul F. Porter on behalf of Shell Chemical Company, April 30, 1974

Box 27

Transcripts of testimony—Witnesses on behalf of Shell Chemical Company:
Paul E. Porter, May 1, 1974
Stanley H. Benedict, May 1-3, 1974
Frank Folckemier, May 7, 1974

Box 28

Transcripts of testimony—Witnesses on behalf of Shell Chemical Company:
R.G. Yapp, May 8, 1974
Leo F. Sekula, May 8, 1974
E.H. Fisher, May 9-10, 1974
D.L. Shankland, May 15, 1974
John W. Harrison, May 15, 1974

Box 29

Transcripts of testimony—Witnesses on behalf of Shell Chemical Company:
John W. Harrison May 16, 17 & 22, 1974
W.B. Yapp, May 21, 1974
W.F. Gusey, May 30, 1974

Box 30

Transcripts of testimony:
W.F. Gusey, May 30-31, 1974
John Redston on behalf of Shell Chemical Company, June 4, 1974
Thomas McIntyre on behalf of the USDA, June 5, 1974
Donald L. Hughes on behalf of Shell Chemical Company, June 6, 1974

Box 31

Transcripts of testimony:
Raymond A. Guidi on behalf of Shell Chemical Company, June 7, 1974
William F. Gusey on behalf of Shell Chemical Company, June 10, 1974
Transcript of proceedings, June 11, 1974
Jerry B. Graves on behalf of Shell Chemical company, June 12, 1974
Douglas B. Manigold on behalf of Shell Chemical Company, June 18, 1974
John Robinson on behalf of Shell Chemical Company, June 19, 1974

Box 32

Transcripts of testimony:
John Robinson, June 20 & 21, 1974
John J. Birdsall, June 23, 1974
B.I. Sparr on behalf of Shell Chemical Company
John Robinson on behalf of Shell Chemical Company, June 26, 1974

Box 33

Transcripts of testimony:
John J. Birdsall on behalf of Shell Chemical Company, June 27, 1974
B.I. Sparr, July 1-2, 1974
D.M. Devries, July 9-10, 1974
Walter G. Appleby, July 10, 1974

Box 34

Transcripts of testimony—Witnesses on behalf of Shell Chemical Company:
Walter G. Appleby, July 10, 1974
Vernon M. Kirk, July 14, 1974
Don C. Peters, July 14 & 17, 1974
Harold Stockdale, July 22, 1974

Box 35

Transcripts of testimony—Witnesses on behalf of Shell Chemical Company:
Harold Stockdale, July 22, 1974
Lyle Goleman, July 23, 1974
Harold Blain, July 24, 1974
B.H. Kantack, July 25, 1974
John A. Lofgren, July 30, 1974

Box 36

Transcripts of testimony:
James W. Lindsay on behalf of Shell Chemical Company, July 31, 1974
Ivan Wikner on behalf of Shell Chemical Company, July 31, 1974
John T. Wilkin on behalf of Shell Chemical Company, August 6, 1974

Consolidated Administrative Proceedings involving the Suspension of Registration of Aldrin & Dieldrin Docket nos. 145 et al.

Transcript of proceedings—Pre-hearing, August 8-9, 13, 1974
Testimony Transcript—M. Adrian Gross on behalf of the Environmental Protection Agency, August 14, 1974

Box 37

Consolidated Administrative Proceedings involving the Suspension of Registration of Aldrin  & Dieldrin Docket nos. 145 et al.

Transcripts of testimony—Witnesses on behalf of the Shell Chemical Company:
Don E. Stevenson, August 14, 1974
H.G.S. Van Raalte, August 16, 1974
E. Thorpe, August 16, 1974
Alan Wright, August 20, 1974
Paul Newberne, August 22, 1974
D.H. Hutson, August 22, 1974

Box 38

Transcripts of testimony:
Steven Sternberg on behalf of Shell Chemical Company, August 23, 1974
Transcript of proceedings, August 28, 1974
Robert R. Nathan on behalf of Shell Chemical Company, September 4, 1974
Morris Fisher on behalf of the Environmental Protection Agency, September 4, 1974

Box 39

Transcripts of testimony:
Don E. Stevenson on behalf of Shell Chemical Company, September 11, 1974
Arthur C. Upton on behalf of the EPA, September 11, 1974
Frank Turpin on behalf of the EPA, September 12, 1974
Transcript of oral argument, September 13, 1974

Exhibits:
EDF #2, 4, 7-10
EDF#1-25 (Iowa field hearings?)
EDF #26-28, 30

Box 40

Exhibits--EDF:
#30f, 31-32
#40-41, 47-49
#50-57
#62-69
#71-74

Box 41

Exhibits—EPA

Box 42

Exhibits-EDF
Epstein

Exhibits-EPA:
#22, 37, 41-42

Box 43

Exhibits—EPA
#30-39
#43-44, 46-47, 49
#50

Box 44

Exhibits—EPA

Box 45

Exhibits—EPA

Box 46

EPA Exhibits #71-72, 74-79, 80, 82-84
Florida Citrus Mutual (Orlando hearings)
Key Laboratories #1
Missouri Farmers’ Association #1 (Kansas City hearings)
The National Grange #4 (Kansas City hearings)
Shell Chemical Company #1-2

Box 47

Exhibits:
EPA #42
Shell Chemical Company # 132-133, 136-137

Box 48

Exhibits—Shell Chemical Company # 136, 139-141

Box 49

Exhibits—Shell Chemical Company # 141, 148

Box 50

Exhibits—Shell Chemical Company:
#4-9

Box 51

Exhibits—Shell Chemical Company:
#10-12, 14-16

Box 52

Exhibits—Shell Chemical Company:
#16a-16j,
#49-80, 85-100 (Lubbock TX field hearing), #111

Box 53

Exhibits—Shell Chemical Company:
#17-19
#20-29
#30-35

Box 54

Exhibits—Shell Chemical Company:
#112, 113-116, 117-121
#122, 124, 126, 128-129
#130, 132k, 134a, 143

Box 55

Exhibits—Shell Chemical Company:
#141J, 141K, 141L, 148

Box 56

Exhibits—Shell Chemical Company:
#142, 144-147, 149

Box 57

Exhibits—Shell Chemical Company:
#149, 155

Box 58

Exhibits—Shell Chemical Company:
#156-157, 159-163

Box 59

Exhibits—Shell Chemical Company:
#164-165
Exhibits to the testimony of Glen Moore (no exhibit numbers)
Statements of farmers at the Kansas City field hearings (no exhibit numbers)

Box 60

Data—Shell witness Donald A. Spencer’s fish kill data
Interviews with Shell expert witnesses

Exhibits—United States Department of Agriculture:
#2-9, 11-12

Box 61

Exhibits—United States Department of Agriculture:
#12, 30, 34, 38e

Documents related to the testimony of Reo Duggan

Box 62

Interviews re: use of aldrin & dieldrin in Puerto Rico

Exhibits—Field hearings:
Seattle—USDA
Davenport Iowa
Indianapolis--statements
Orlando—notes & statements

Box 63

Exhibits—Party unknown:
Raymond O. Labrisky
Daniel W. Speake
David Winn

Notes on Davenport IA hearings
Notes on Indianapolis hearings
Notes on Orlando hearings

Human Monitoring Survey; Lab Findings of Pesticide Residues, 1972. Data provided by Mr. Krulwich, attorney for Shell Chemical

Box 64

Human Monitoring Survey; Lab Findings of Pesticide Residues, 1972. Data provided by Mr. Krulwich, attorney for Shell Chemical

Data—Statistical Analysis of the Human Monitoring Survey

Box 65

Shell Chemical Company v. Environmental Protection Agency & Russell Train
No. 74-2113 (U.S. Ct. of Appeals) Petition for review of an order of the Administrator

Brief for petitioner Shell Chemical Company, December 1974
Reply brief of Shell Chemical Company, January 1975

Earl L. Butz, Secretary of Agriculture v. Train (U.S. Ct of Appeals)
Petition for review of an order of the Administrator

Brief for the petitioner, December 1974

Environmental Defense Fund et al. v. EPA & Russell Train No. 74-1924
Shell v. EPA/Train No. 74-2113/74-2114

Brief for respondents, 1975
Brief for petitioners EDF and National Audubon Society, 1975

Appendix
Joint Appendix Volume 1

Box 66

Joint appendix Volumes 2-4

Box 67

Joint appendix Volume 5
Supplemental appendix

Background documents:

Journal articles by subject:
Aldrin Dieldrin—General
Carcinogenicity
Effects on Fish and Wildlife

Box 68

Background documents:

Journal Articles by subject:
Effects on fish & Wildlife
Residues in soil and food supply
Effects on human health

Box 69

Background documents:

Reports by author:
EPA
Aldrin Dieldrin Advisory Committee to the Administrator, EPA
The Federal Drug Administration’s Advisory Committee to review established tolerance levels for residues of aldrin & dieldrin on raw agricultural commodities
Shell Chemical Company
Joint FAO / WHO meetings, 1972-1973

New Source Performance Standards (NSPS): Sulfur Dioxide Emissions from Steam
Electric Generating Units (1979-1982); 10 boxes

Box 1

Sierra Club v. Costle No. 79-1565 (U.S. Ct of Appeals, Dist of Columbia)
& consolidated cases

Certified list of the contents of the record, July 1979

Pleadings:
Petition for review
Motion to reconvene proceedings for reconsideration
Discovery
Petition to review action of the EPA
EDF petition to supplement the record
Brief-Environmental Defense Fund
Brief-California Air Resources Board

Box 2

Pleadings:
Brief-Sierra Club
Brief-Petitioners’ Appalachian Power Company et al.
Brief-Environmental Defense Fund
Re: Oral argument
Environmental Defense Fund’s appendix of lodged documents
Brief-Missouri Association of Municipal Utilities
Reply brief-Sierra Club
Brief-National Coal Association

Box 3

Pleadings:
Brief-Missouri Association of Municipal Utilities
Reply brief-Sierra Club
Brief-California Air Resources Board
Brief-Environmental Defense Fund
Reply Brief-Appalachian Power Company et al.
Opinion, April 1981

Box 4

Pleadings-Attorneys’ fees, 1981-1982

Box 5

Joint appendix

Outline for oral argument, undated

Rulemaking on proposed performance standards for electric utility steam generating units

Petition for reconsideration-Utility Air Regulatory Group, 1979
Comments-Utility Air Regulatory Group, 1979
Summary of comments in NSPS rulemaking, 1979
Documents-Utility Air Regulatory Group (UARG)

Boxes 6-7

Joint appendix

Box 8

Joint appendix
Memoranda (copies)-Environmental Protection Agency, 1977

Box 9

Memoranda (copies)-Environmental Protection Agency, 1978

Box 10

Proposed standards of performance for electric utility steam generating units

Federal Register notices

Comments:
Environmental Defense Fund
Natural Resources Defense Council
U.S. Dept of Energy
Utility Air Regulatory Group

Reports by author:
Brookhaven National Lab
Environmental Protection Agency-Sulfur dioxide emission control costs
Environmental Research & Technology, Inc.
Pennsylvania Power & Light-Steam electric units

Documents:
Appalachian Research & Defense Fund-Sulfur Dioxide in West Virginia
California Air Resources Board

Reserve Mining Co. Plant-Taconite Tailings Discharge (1973-1975); 2 boxes

Box 1

Correspondence, 1974-1975
Media-Clippings

United States et al. v. Reserve Mining Co. et al. Civil no. 5-72 Civ 19
(District of Minn., 5th Div.)

Pleadings, 1973-1974

Box 2

Reserve Mining Co. v. United States No. 74-1291
(U.S. Ct of Appeals, 8th Cir.)

Pleadings, 1974

Predator Control / Rodenticides (1973, 1975); 4 boxes
See also: Record Group IV for records pertaining to Compound 1080

Box 1

Rodenticide Cancellation Hearings before the Environmental Protection Agency
I.F.R. Docket no. 294

Correspondence, 1973
Responses to notice of hearing

Application to register sodium cyanide for use in M44 device to control predators
Docket no. 382 before the Environmental Protection Agency (1975)

Brief—Environmental Defense Fund
Exceptions of the Environmental Defense Fund et al. to decision of the Administrative Law Judge

Box 2

Transcripts:
Informal hearing on certain rodenticides, September 17, 1973
Public hearing-human, urban, & field rodenticides, September 25, 1973
Informal hearing on use of products containing calcium cyanide, strychnine, et al.,
September 27, 1973

Application of the Fish and Wildlife Service to register sodium cyanide for use in the M-44 device for predator control-FIFRA No. 382 before the Environmental Protection Agency

Correspondence, July-August 1975
Transcripts of proceedings, August 12-14, 1975

Box 3

Transcripts of proceedings, August 14-15, 1975
Pleadings, August 1973
Initial decision of the Administrative Law Judge, August 29, 1975
Decision of the Administrator, September 16, 1975
Exceptions to decision, September 1975

Exhibits:
Environmental Defense Fund
Fish & Wildlife Service

Box 4

Exhibits:
Fish & Wildlife Service
The Humane Society
State of Montana

Documents:
Transcript of proceedings of the M-44 Workshop, Denver, July 15-16, 1975
Summaries of State M-44 Programs
Tom Garrett (Friends of the Earth) testimony and statements

2,4,5-T—Suspension Hearings before the EPA (1973-1974); 7 boxes

Box 1

Hearings before the EPA, FIFRA Docket no. 295

Correspondence:
1972-1974
Prospective witnesses, 1972
Letters from the public, 1974
1975-1976

Media:
Clippings, 1970-1974
Press releases, 1970-1973
Newsletters / bulletins,
Magazine / journal articles, 1971-1973

Petition of the Environmental Defense Fund & Harrison Wellford requesting suspension of all economic poisons containing 2,4,5-T, 1972

Box 2

Hearings before the EPA, FIFRA Docket nos. 295 et al.

Pleadings:
Pleadings, September-October 1973
Pre-hearing conference—Transcript of proceedings, November 1973
Pre-hearing conference—Memorandum & notes, November 1973
Pre-hearing memorandum no. 1—Amchem, December 1973
Pleadings, December 1973-January 1974
Statement of National Forest Products Association, January 1974
Pre-hearing reply brief—American Farm Bureau Federation, January 1974
Pre-hearing brief—Environmental Defense Fund, January 1974
Pre-trial brief—Respondent, undated
Statement of position of Association of American Railroads, January 1974
Pre-hearing brief—USDA, January 1974
Pre-hearing memorandum no. 2—Dow Chemical, February 1974

Box 3

Pleadings:
Pre-hearing memorandum no. 3, February 1974
Reply brief—Thompson Hayward Chemical Company, February 1974
Reply to submissions—Transvaal, Inc., February 1974
Reply brief—Environmental Defense Fund, Consumers Union, Harrison Wellford, March 1974
Pre-trial brief—Respondent, March 1974
Pre-hearing conference—Transcript of proceedings, March 1974
Brief in support of consolidation and continuance—Respondent, April 1974
Pre-hearing memorandum no.6—Dow Chemical Company, April 1974
Briefs responding to order staying hearing, May 1974

Box 4

Pleadings:
Pre-hearing conference—Transcript of proceedings, June 1974
Response of Dow Chemical to statement of issues, June 1974
Withdrawal of hearing, June 1974

Exhibits:
Dow Chemical Company
Environmental Defense Fund

Box 5

Exhibits:
Environmental Protection Agency
USDA

Box 6

Exhibits—Kirk T. Kitchin

Box 7

Background Documents:
2,4,5-T Scientific Workshop
Herbicide News Update, Nos. 4-7, 1974—Dow Chemical Company

Mirex-Hearings to Determine whether Registrations should be Cancelled or
Amended (1973-1976); 38 boxes

Public hearings to determine whether or not registrations should be cancelled or amended before the EPA I.F. & R. No. 293

Box 1

Correspondence, 1973-1976

Pleadings:
On issues to be heard in the hearing,
Order fixing parties
Pre-conference pleadings, July-August 1973
Briefs on scope of proceedings, August 1973
On motion for discovery, September 1973
On testimony & cross-examination, November 1973

Box 2

Pleadings, December 1973-October 1974

Box 3

Pleadings, November 1974-August 1975

Box 4

Pleadings, September 1975-August 1976

Box 5

Pleadings—Proposed findings of fact, September 1976
Pleadings—On Mississippi Authority’s plan for the phasing out of mirex, October 1976
Administrator’s decision to accept plan and suspend proceedings, October 1976
Witness lists—USDA
Witness lists—Allied Chemical Corporation

Box 6

Witness lists—Minor parties

Transcripts:
Pre-hearing conferences, July-September 1973

Transcripts of testimony:
James R. Gibson on behalf of the Environmental Protection Agency, December 3, 1973
Renate Kimbrough, December 4, 1973

Box 7

Transcripts of testimony—On behalf of the Environmental Protection Agency:
Adrian Gross, December 5, 1973
Neil Chernoff, December 5, 1973
Fredrick W. Kutz, December 6, 1973
James Larry Ludke, December 7, 1973
M.T. Finley, December 7, 1973
Adrian Gross, January 7, 1974
James R. Gibson, January 7, 1974

Box 8

Transcripts of testimony:—On behalf of the Environmental Protection Agency:
Transcript of proceedings, January 7, 1974
Adrian Gross, January 8, 1974
Nathan Mantel, January 8 and 10, 1974
Alfred J. Wilson, January 11, 1974
Marlin Tagatz, January 14, 1974
Thomas Duke, January 18, 1974

Box 9

Transcripts of testimony:—On behalf of the Environmental Protection Agency:
Paul Kotin, January 15, 1974
Alfred J. Wilson, January 15, 1974
James Lowe, January 17, 1974
Cazlyn Bookhout, February 21, 1974

Box 10

Transcripts of testimony:—On behalf of the Environmental Protection Agency:
John Diekman, February 21, 1974
S. Bradleigh Vinson, February 21, 1974
John Gart, February 25, 1974
S.D. Hensley, February 26, 1974
Walter R. Tschinkel, February 28, 1974

Box 11

Transcripts of testimony:—On behalf of the Environmental Protection Agency:
Walter R. Tschinkel, March 1, 1974
Karl P. Baetcke, March 4, 1974
Bruce Wiersma, March 5, 1974
Dudley Peeler, March 8, 1974
Jeffrey Lincer, March 7, 1974

Box 12

Transcripts of testimony:—On behalf of the Environmental Protection Agency:
Jeffrey Lincer (exhibits only)
Jerome A. Jackson, March 11, 1974
E.V. Komarek, March 12, 1974
Joe Bowden, March 13, 1974

Box 13

Transcripts of testimony:—On behalf of the Environmental Protection Agency:
William F. Buren, March 14, 1974
Earl Alley, March 20, 1974
Alva Harris, March 22, 1974
Fredrick Plapp, March 25, 1974
Robert J. Livingston, March 28, 1974

Box 14

Robert J. Livingston (exhibits)
Joe Yelderman, March 18, 1974
Gerald A. Carlson, April 10, 1974
Henry Enos, April 11, 1974
Gene Fuller, April 17, 1974

Box 15

Transcripts of testimony:—On behalf of the Environmental Protection Agency:
Bart Puma, April 18, 1974
Norbert Page, April 22, 1974
Administrative Hearing, April 24, 1974
William Thomas Hollaway, April 26, 1974

Box 16

Transcripts of testimony:—On behalf of the Environmental Protection Agency:
Leo Newsom, April 30, 1974
Marvin D. Reuber, May 1 and 2, 1974
William Thomas Hollaway, May 8, 1974
Walter R. Tschinkel

Box 17

Transcripts of testimony:—On behalf of the Environmental Protection Agency:
John Thomas Holloway, May 10, 1974
Melvin D. Reuber, June 3, 1974

Box 18

Transcripts of testimony:
David Woodside on behalf of the State of Hawaii, June 25, 1974
David Norbriga on behalf of the State of Hawaii, June 26, 1974
Alexander M. Dollar on behalf of the State of Hawaii, June 26, 1974
John J. Tolan on behalf of the Pineapple Growers Association of Hawaii, June 27, 1974
Kanjyo Sakimura on behalf of the Pineapple Growers Association of Hawaii, June 27, 1974
John W. Hurdison on behalf of the Pineapple Growers Association of Hawaii, June 27, 1974
Norman E. Blomberg on behalf of the Pineapple Growers Association of Hawaii, June 28, 1974
Ronald M. Terry on behalf of the Pineapple Growers Association of Hawaii, June 28, 1974
John W. Beardsley on behalf of the USDA, July 1, 1974
Fred T. Arnold, August 15, 1974

Box 19

Transcripts of testimony:—On behalf of the Environmental Protection Agency:
Fred T. Arnold, August 15-16, 1974
Marvin D. Reuber, September 9, 1974

Box 20

Transcripts of testimony:—On behalf of the Environmental Protection Agency:
Marvin D. Reuber, September 11, 1974
Roy Clark, September 24, 1974
Nelson Cooley, October 24, 1974
Jeffrey Lincer, October 24, 1974
Administrative conference, October 25, 1974

Box 21

Testimony on behalf of the U.S. Dept of Agriculture:
B. Michael Glancey
William A. Banks, October 31, 1974
Clifford S. Lofgren, November 1, 1974
Jerry O’Neal, November 4, 1974
William A. Banks, November 7, 1974

Box 22

Transcripts of testimony:
William A. Banks (exhibits)
Neil Chernoff on behalf of the EPA, November 7, 1975
Raymond Nelson on behalf of Allied Chemical Corporation, November 18, 1974

Box 23

Transcripts of testimony:
Raymond Nelson (exhibits)
Rodney Triplett on behalf of Allied Chemical Corporation, November 21, 1974
B. Michael Glancey on behalf of the U.S. Dept of Agriculture, November 22, 1974
Carl M. Scott on behalf of the U.S. Dept of Agriculture, December 6, 1974
George P. Markin on behalf of the U.S. Dept of Agriculture, January 7, 1975

Box 24

Transcript of testimony:
George P. Markin on behalf of the U.S. Dept of Agriculture, January 8, 1975
Richard Carlton on behalf of the Louisiana Dept. of Agriculture, January 10, 1975
Halwin L. Jones & Ralph E. Brown, January 13, 1975
Joseph H. Ford on behalf of the U. S. Dept of Agriculture, January 15, 1975
Robert Williamson on behalf of the U. S. Dept of Agriculture, January 15, 1975

Box 25

Transcript of testimony:
Robert Williamson (exhibits)
David Ivie on behalf of the Texas Dept. of Agriculture, January 22, 1975
Louis Senn on behalf of Clemson University, January 22, 1975
Gus R. Douglas on behalf of Allied Chemical Corporation, January 23, 1975
Rayford Thompson on behalf of Allied Chemical Corporation, January 23, 1975
Marion Ueltschey on behalf of the MS Dept. of Agriculture, January 24, 1975
John Anthony Bloch on behalf of the AL Dept of Agricuture, February 25, 1975
David Ivie, February 27, 1975

Box 26

Transcripts of testimony:
Robert Rhoades on behalf of Allied Chemical Corporation, March 28, 1975
Administrative conferences, April-July 1975
Daniel M. Embody on behalf of the USDA, August 8, 1975
Kendall James on behalf of the USDA
Robert Williamson on behalf of the USDA, August 8, 1975
Charles Lincoln on behalf of the Arkansas State Plant Board, August 18, 1975

Box 27

Transcripts of testimony:
Administrative conference, September 25, 1975
Witnesses on behalf of the Alabama Conservancy, January 1976

Written testimony:
Witnesses on behalf of Allied Chemical Corporation

Box 28

Written testimony:
Witnesses on behalf of Allied Chemical Corporation
Witnesses on behalf of Clemson University
Witnesses on behalf of the EPA
Witnesses on behalf of the Florida Dept. of Agriculture
Witnesses on behalf of the Fort Bend Fire Ant Committee
Witnesses on behalf of the Georgia Dept of Agriculture

Box 29

Written testimony:
Witnesses on behalf of the Georgia Dept. of Agriculture
Witnesses on behalf of the State of Hawaii
Witnesses on behalf of the Hon. Joseph Hubenak
Witnesses on behalf of the Louisiana Dept of Agriculture

Box 30

Written testimony:
Witnesses on behalf of the Louisiana Dept of Agriculture
Witnesses on behalf of the Mississippi Dept of Agriculture

Box 31

Written testimony:
Witnesses on behalf of the Mississippi Authority for the Control of Fire Ants
Witnesses on behalf of the North Carolina Dept of Agriculture
Witnesses on behalf of the Pineapple Growers Association of Hawaii
Witnesses on behalf of the Texas Dept of Agriculture

Box 32

Written testimony:
Witnesses on behalf of the Texas Dept. of Agriculture
Witnesses on behalf of the Texas Farm Bureau
Witnesses on behalf of the USDA

Box 33

Documentary evidence:
Allied Chemical Corporation

Box 34

Documentary evidence:
Allied Chemical Corporation
National Research Council-Report on the hazards of chemical pesticides
USDA

Box 35

Documentary evidence:
USDA
Minor parties

McGill v. EPA No. 76-4353 (U.S. Ct. of App., 5th Cir.)
Petition to appeal administrator’s decision

Pleadings, March-April 1977
Briefs of the Pineapple Growers Association of Hawaii

Box 36

Brief for petitioners
Reply briefs
Briefs for the respondents

Box 37

Opinion and order on use of ferriamicide for control of the fire ant, 1979

Proposed settlement and settlement negotiation documents, 1975-1976

Comments—Environmental Defense Fund—Proposed emergency exemption for use of ferriamicide to control fire ants, 1978-1979

Box 38

Documents—American Cyanamid Company—AC 217,300 to control fire ants
Report—Ad Hoc Imported Fire Ant Committee—NCSU Dept of Entomology, 1971
Data—Photomirex toxicity

Rodenticides—Hearing to cancel or amend registrations (1973); 2 boxes
See also: Sub-group IV Wildlife Program for Compound 1080

Box 1

Correspondence, 1971-1973
Media

Notice of hearing & responses, July 1973
Pleadings—Pre-hearing briefs, November 1973
Notice of withdrawal of hearings, December 1973

Journal articles-Walter E. Howard

Box 2

Journal articles-Walter E. Howard

Advisory Committee on Pest Control-Report-Predator Control, 1971

California Vertebrate Pest Committee-Proceedings-Fourth Vertebrate Pest Conference, 1970

National Audubon Society-Report-Status of California Condor, 1965

U.S.D.A.-Environmental Impact Statement-Control of Southern Pine Beetle in Southeastern U.S., 1974 (draft; incomplete)

U.S. D.O.I.-Report-Habitat Management Series-Black-Footed Ferret, 1972

Tussock Moth Control—Request for Use of DDT (1974); 4 boxes

Box 1

Correspondence:
Environmental Defense Fund & the Environmental Protection Agency, 1974
Copies of correspondence of the EPA and USDA, 1974
Letters to the EPA in support of maintaining DDT ban, 1974

Media—Press releases & clippings, 1974

Public hearing on the USDA’s request for emergency use of DDT before the EPA—proceedings,
Portland Oregon, January 1974

Public hearing on the USDA’s request for emergency use of DDT before the EPA—proceedings,
Washington D.C., February 1974

Testimony:
Hearings at Walla Walla Washington
Environmental groups
Scientific testimony

Documents:
Environmental Protection Agency—Tussock Moth action memorandum
Environmental Protection Agency—Order on Forest Service request for emergency use of DDT
Environmental Protection Agency—Comments on the draft environmental impact statement on the
Douglas fir pest management plan

Box 2

Documents:
Papers from Evergreen State College, Olympia Washington

U.S. Forest Service—Final Environmental Impact Statement for the Douglas Fir Tussock Moth Pest Management Plan, March 1974

Box 3

U.S. Forest Service—Cooperative Douglas-Fir Tussock Moth Pest Management Plan, Draft impact statement, April 1973

U.S. Forest Service—Final Environmental Impact Statement for the Douglas Fir Tussock Moth Pest Management Plan, March 1974

Box 4

U.S. Forest Service—Final Environmental Impact Statement for the Douglas Fir Tussock Moth Pest Management Plan, March 1974

Toxic Pollutant Effluent Standards for aldrin-dieldrin et al. Federal Water Pollution Control Act Sec. 307 Docket no. 2 (1974-1975); 3 boxes

Box 1

Transcript of proceedings, October 12, 1976
Exhibits—Hercules, Inc.

Box 2

Exhibits—Hercules Inc.

Box 3

Exhibits—Hercules Inc.
Exhibits—Velsicol

Toxic Pollutant Effluent Standards for aldrin-dieldrin et al. Federal Water Pollution Control Act Sec. 307 Docket no. 1 (1974-1975); 9 boxes

Box 1

Proposed toxic effluent standards for PCBs, aldrin-dieldrin, benzidine, cadmium, cyanide, endrin, mercury, toxaphene—Environmental Protection Agency, January 1974

Correspondence / Memoranda, 1974

Comments on proposed standards—Environmental Defense Fund, January 1974

Box 2

Proposed toxic pollutant effluent standards for aldrin dieldrin, et. al.
FWPCA Section 307, docket no. 1

Pleadings, March 1974
Pleadings—Briefs, June 1974

Transcript of pre-hearing conference, January 25, 1974
Transcript of testimony—General Electric—James Wright, May 8, 1974
Transcript of testimony—General Electric—W.B. Papageorge, May 8, 1974
Transcript of testimony—General Electric—Edward L. Simons, May 8, 1974

Box 3

Allied Chemical Company—Kelvin H. Ferber affidavit
Allied Chemical Company—James E. Cooper affidavit
American Cyanamid—Charles P. Preising affidavit
American Cyanamid—William B. Prescott affidavit
American Iron & Steel Institute—Sebastian Caruso affidavit
American Iron & Steel Institute—Peter Doudoroff affidavit
American Iron & Steel Institute—Walter F. Jackson affidavit
American Iron & Steel Institute—Earle F. Young, Jr. affidavit
American Mining Congress—George M. Baker affidavit
American Mining Congress—Max Katz, written testimony
American Mining Congress—George J. Capestany, written testimony
American Mining Congress—Walter W. Weid
American Petroleum Institute—Testimony
American Smelting & Refining Company—Robert D. Putnam, written testimony
Anaconda Company—George M. MacArthur, testimony
E.I. Dupont de Nemours—affidavits
Electronic Industries Association—Statement

Box 4

Environmental Protection Agency—Dwight Ballinger affidavit
Environmental Protection Agency—Steven Broderius documents (not admitted)

Box 5

Environmental Protection Agency—Thomas W. Duke statement
Environmental Protection Agency—James M. McKim statement
Monsanto Chemical Company—W.B. Papageorge affidavit

Box 6

Monsanto Chemical Company—W.B. Papageorge affidavit
National Coal Association witness testimony
Olin Corporation—Louis J. Roznoy affidavit
Republic Steel Corporation—Perry E. Miller affidavit
Republic Steel Corporation—Glenn A. Johnson affidavit
Republic Steel Corporation—John E. Kinney statement
Reynolds Metals Company witness affidavits
St. Joe Mineral Corporation—D. Broward Craig affidavit
St. Joe Mineral Corporation—John G. Reilly affidavit
Scott Paper Company—Paul L. Busch affidavit
Scott Paper Company—Leonard Goldwater affidavit
Scott Paper Company—Nicolas J. Lardieri affidavit
Shell Oil Company—William F. Gusey statement

Box 7

Kaiser Aluminum-Robert W. Turner affidavit
Reynolds Metals—Lawrence C. Tropea affidavit

American Smelting & Refining Co.—Testimony
General Electric Co.-PCBs  standards
Kennecott Copper Corporation-Testimony & statements
NJ Zinc Co.—Testimony on cadmium standards

Exhibits—Hercules

Box 8

Shell Oil Company—William F. Gusey document
Texaco—Albert H. Lasoay affidavit
Velsicol—Witness testimony

EDF, NRDC et al. v. Train Civil action 2153-73
(U.S. District Ct., D.C.)

Complaint
Pleadings

NRDC, EDF et al. v. Train No. 74-1538
(U.S. Ct. of Appeals, D.C.)
              
Brief—Appellants, 1974
Brief—Appellees, 1974

Box 9

EDF, NRDC et al. v. Train Civil action 2153-73
(U.S. District Ct., D.C.)

Affidavits
Pleadings-Re: Motion to vacate consent decree, 1978
Pleadings-Re: Motion to vacate settlement agreement, 1979
Pleadings, 1981

Chlordane & Heptachlor—Suspension / Cancellation Hearings before the EPA
(1975-1978); 33 boxes

Velsicol Chemical Corporation et al., petitioners, FIFRA Docket no. 336

Box 1

Official correspondence, 1975-1977

Pleadings:
Petition by the Environmental Defense Fund for the cancellation of chlordane & heptachlor
Motions to intervene, March-April 1975
Respondent EPA’s list of alternatives to chlordane & heptachlor, April 1975
Briefs--Respondent EPA
Briefs—Environmental Defense Fund
Briefs—Velsicol Chemical Corporation
Respondent EPA’s motion to take notice of certain facts, June 1975
Velsicol’s motion to submit…relevant questions of scientific fact to a committee of the National Academy of Sciences, June-July 1975

Box 2

Pleadings:
Progress reports on status of analysis of uses at issue, July 1975
On motion to refer questions to a committee of the National Academy of Sciences
Motion to transfer & consolidate, January 1976
On motions to intervene, February 1976
Report on 3rd pre-hearing conference, March 1976

Box 3

Pleadings:
On questions to a committee of the National Academy of Sciences, April 1976
Motion for accelerated decision recommending dismissal of all non-cancer related issues from notice of intent to cancel registrations, July 1976
Pleadings, September-December 1976

Box 4

Pleadings, January-April 1977
Pleadings—Notices of withdrawal, May 1977

Box 5

Pleadings:
Presentation on behalf of registrants for consideration by a committee of the National Academy of Sciences
Statement of position of the Environmental Defense Fund on questions of chlordane/heptachlor
USDA’ statement to the NAS panel convened to consider questions by the Admin. Law Judge
Supplemental presentation on behalf of the registrants in reply to a position statement by the respondent assistant administrator

Box 6

Pleadings, June-October 1977
Pleadings—Briefs—Respondent interim benefits brief, n.d.
Pleadings—Environmental Defense Fund’s supplemental assessment of evidence of the 1977 corn growing season, March 1978

Box 7

Transcripts of testimony--on behalf of the EPA:
William Reichel, June 22, 1976
Steven C. Schimmel, June 23, 1976
Walter Whitford, June 24, 1976
Kyle Barbehann, June 25, 1976
David G. Nielson, June 30, 1976
Charles J. Hennym June 30, 1976
Daniel Lay, July 1, 1976
Foster Mayer, July 1, 1976
Kyle Barbehann, July 2, 1976

Box 8

Transcripts of testimony--on behalf of the EPA:
Donna E. Tegelman, July 7, 1976
George P. Georghiou, July 8, 1976
Gary L. Ballard, July 9, 1976
Donna E. Tegelman, July 13, 1976
Fred T. Arnold. July 20, 2976
Arnold L. Aspelin, July 22, 1976
Roscoe Randell, July 23, 1976

Box 9

Transcripts of testimony:
Arnold L. Aspelin, July 27, 1976
Lonnie H. Williams on behalf of Velsicol Chemical Corporation, July 30, 1976
Harry B. Moore, July 30, 1976
Richard H. Clevenger on behalf of the EPA, August 24, 1976
Gary W. Settle on behalf of the EPA, August 24, 1976
Steven Pavich on behalf of the EPA, August 26, 1976
Edio Delfino on behalf of the USDA, August 26, 1976
Ronald M. Hawthorne on behalf of the USDA, August 27, 1976

Box 10

Transcripts of testimony—On behalf of the USDA:
Ronald M. Hawthorne, August 27, 1976
Curtis D. Lynn, August 27, 1976
Ibrahim F. Michael, August 27, 1976
Bill Callison, August 30, 1976
Frank S. Morishita, August 30, 1976
Dean Buchinger  (co-sponsored by Velsicol Chemical Corporation), August 30, 1976

Carl H. Shanks on behalf of Velsicol Chemical Corporation, September 1, 1976
Norris Pennington on behalf of the Velsicol Chemical Corporation, September 1, 1976

Transcripts of testimony—On behalf of the State of Hawaii:
John J. Tolan, September 9, 1976
Richard Y.P. John, September 9, 1976
Robert M. Ota, September 9, 1976
Kanjyo Sakimura, September 9, 1976
Anthony Hepton, September 10, 1976
John Hurdis, September 13, 1976

Box 11

Transcripts of testimony:
John Hurdis, September 13, 1976

Transcripts of testimony—On behalf of Velsicol Chemical Corporation:
H. Tashiro, September 28, 1976
J. Frank McGill, September 29, 1976
John C. French, October 1, 1976
Max H. Bass, October 6, 1976

Box 12

Transcripts of testimony—On behalf of the Velsicol Chemical Corporation:
Philip J. Spear, October 6, 1976
Charles J. Hromada, October 7, 1976
Philip J. Spear, October 7, 1976
George L. Teets, October 13, 1976
John Beck, October 13, 1976
Charles Black on behalf of the USDA, October 14, 1976
Robert D. Arthur, October 15, 1976
Dean McBride, October 15, 1976
James A. Deer, October 19, 1976

Box 13

Transcripts of testimony:
Donald C. Cress on behalf of Velsicol Chemical Corporation, October 19, 1976
Angus J. Howitt on behalf of the Velsicol Chemical Corporation, October 19, 1976
Leo Dale Newsom on behalf of the USDA, October 21, 1976
Sidney L. Poe on behalf of the Velsicol Chemical Corporation, October 27, 1976
Melvin R. Henninger on behalf of the Velsicol Chemical Corporation, October 27, 1976
James E. Dewey on behalf of the USDA, October 28, 1976
George Patrick Markin on behalf of the Velsicol Chemical Corporation, October 29, 1976

Box 14

Transcripts of testimony—On behalf of the USDA:
Ivan McDaniel, November 2, 1976
Arthur Gall, November 2, 1976
Arie J. Radder (co-sponsored by Velsicol), November 2, 1976
Alfred Kay, November 2, 1976
George T. Fisher (co-sponsored by Velsicol), November 3, 1976
H. Brenton Teillon, November 3, 1976
George B. McCollom, November 3, 1976
Arthur H. Mason, November 4, 1976
Leighton C. Pratt, November 4, 1976
James S. Bowman (co-sponsored by Velsicol), November 4, 1976
Ellsworth H. Fisher on behalf of Velsicol Chemical Corporation, November 24, 1976
Howard L. Bruer, December 1, 1976

Box 15

Transcripts of testimony—On behalf of Velsicol Chemical Corporation:
F. Raymond Brush, December 2, 1976
D.B. Howell, December 3, 1976
F. Raymond Brush, December 9, 1976
Joseph H. Rabin, February 17, 1977
George P. Markin, February 23, 1977
Transcript of proceedings—Meeting on the order dealing w/ existing stocks, February 1977

Box 16

Transcripts of testimony—On behalf of Velsicol Chemical Corporation:
Stanley Nemec, March 1, 1977
John G. Thomas, March 4, 1977
August Curley, March 15, 1977
Robert Lee Welch, March 16, 1977
Peter C. Orloff, March 18, 1977
Transcript of proceedings, March 24, 1977
Virgil H. Freed, March 24, 1977

Box 17

Transcript of proceedings, March 29, 1977
Transcript of proceedings, April 5, 1977

Transcripts of testimony—On behalf of the EPA:
Robert Squire, April 5, 1977
John F. Ferrell, April 7, 1977
John J. Gart, April 11, 1977
Roy E. Albert, April 13 & 22, 1977

Box 18

Transcripts of testimony—On behalf of Velsicol Chemical Corporation:
Thomas Evans, June 21, 1977
Roy E. Albert on behalf of the EPA, September 9, 1977
F. Thomas Turpin, September 30, 1977
Brian McMahon, October 5, 1977
H. Leroy Brooks, October 6, 1977
John F. Lofgren, October 7, 1977
Transcript of proceedings, October 17, 1977
Keith Hora on behalf of the State of Iowa, October 17, 1977

Box 19

Transcripts of testimony:
Virgil Bahnsen on behalf of the State of Iowa, October 17, 1977
Howard Goodhue on behalf of the USDA, October 17, 1977
Michael Boehjle on behalf of the USDA (incomplete)
Richard Schneider on behalf of the State of Missouri, October 18 (?), 1977
Robert Drewes on behalf of the State of Missouri, October 18 (?), 1977
Mahon Fairchild on behalf of the State of Missouri, October 19, 1977
John G. Runyan on behalf of the State of Missouri (incomplete)
Ivan A. Wikner on behalf of the State of Iowa/Velsicol Chemical Corporation

Box 20

Transcripts of testimony:
Harold J. Stockdale on behalf of the State of Iowa, October 21, 1977
Robert E. Roselle on behalf of Velsicol Chemical Corporation, October 27, 1977
Robert Lounsberry on behalf of the State of Iowa, November 1, 1977
Transcript of proceedings, November 3, 1977

Exhibits:
Administrative Law Judge, C-3 & C-4

Box 21

Exhibits—EPA:
C-1       Reichel
C-2       Schimmel
C-3        Whitford
C-4       Barbehann
C-5       Nielsen
C-6       Henry
C-7/8    Mayer/Lay
C-9       Tegelman
C-10     G.P. Georghiou

Box 22

Exhibits—EPA:
C-11     Ballard
C-13     Arnold
C-14     Aspelin
C-29     NCI technical report
C-30     NCI technical report
            Albert
            Dubin
            Infante & Epstein

Box 23

EPA Exhibits without numbers:
Council for Agricultural Science and Technology report
Thomas E. Lodge

Exhibits—State of Hawaii

Exhibits—State of Iowa:
C-1       Hora
C-2       Bahnsen
C-3       Goodhue
C-4       Boehjle
C-5       Wikner
C-6       Stockdale
C-7       Lounsberry

Exhibits—State of Missouri:
C-1       Tiemeyer
C-3       Drewes
            Fairchild

Exhibits—Pineapple Growers Association of Hawaii

Exhibits—USDA:
            Bruer
            Callison
            Condo
            Hawthorne
            Lynn
            Morishita
            Delfino

Box 24

Exhibits—USDA

Exhibits—Velsicol Chemical Corporation:
C-19     Bass
C-20     Spears
C-21     Hromada
C-33     Markin

Box 25

Exhibits—Velsicol Chemical Corporation:
C-47     Turpin
C-73     Thomas J. Coleman
C-77     Evans
C-86     Brooks
            Beck
            Bouthwell
            William H. Butler

Box 26

Exhibits—Velsicol Chemical Corporation:
            Brush
            Butler
            Carman
            Cornfield
            Cress
            Davis
            Deer
            Doull
            Fairchild
            Ferris

Box 27

Exhibits—Velsicol Chemical Corporation:
            Fisher
            Freed
            Howell
            Howitt
            Libby
            McBride
            Moore
            Muka
            Nathan

Box 28

Exhibits—Velsicol Chemical Corporation:
            Nathan
            Nemec
            Orloff
            Ortman
            Poe
            Rabin
            Reitz

Box 29

Exhibits—Velsicol Chemical Corporation:
            Rings
            Roselle
            Shank
            Shindell
            Thomas

Box 30

Exhibits—Velsicol Chemical Corporation:
            Thomas
            Vesselinovitch
            Wilkin
            Williams

Exhibits—Vermont field hearings

Box 31

Document production-Velsicol Chemical Co. [confidential]
Document production-Chevron

Box 32

Settlement

Box 33

Background documents:
Journal articles

Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Pesticide Programs, Criteria & Evaluation Division.
 (1976). Draft environmental impact statement concerning notice of intent to cancel
registered uses of products containing chlordane & heptachlor.  Washington D.C.: Author.

Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Pesticide Programs, Criteria & Evaluation Division.
            (1975). EPA actions to cancel uses of chlordane & heptachlor as pesticides: Economic and
social implications. Washington D.C.: Author.

Hinz, R.K. (1971). F.R. Chlordane & heptachlor notice. Submission of views with respect to
            uses to the Office of Pesticide Programs, Environmental Protection Agency, Washington D.C.

Chlordane & Heptachlor Suspension Hearing (1975); 24 boxes

Velsicol Chemical Corporation et al., petitioners, FIFRA Docket no. 384

Box 1

Official correspondence, 1976
Media—Press campaign, 1975
Media—Press releases (EDF), 1976

EPA’s notice of intent to suspend and findings of the imminent hazards posed by registrations of pesticides containing chlordane & heptachlor, August 1975

Pleadings, August-December 1975
Pleadings—Objections and supplemental brief on the recommended decision-EDF, December 1975
Pleadings—Exceptions to the recommended decision—EPA, December 1975

Box 2

Recommended decision, December 1975

Pleadings—Briefs:
Athena Corporation
State of Hawaii and the Pineapple Growers Association
Final brief of the EPA
Environmental Defense Fund brief on proposed suspension
National Pest Control Association
USDA
Brief of Velsicol Chemical Corporation in support of affirmance of ALJ’s
recommended dismissal of notice of dismissal

Box 3

Brief-Benefits of chlordane/heptachlor registrations-Velsicol, 1976

Box 4

Transcripts of testimony—On behalf of the EPA:
Samuel Epstein, August 26, 1975
Morris A. Fisher, August 29, 1975
M. Adrian Gross, August 29, 1975
Ann E. Carey, September 3, 1975
Joseph G. Cummings, September 3, 1975

Box 5

Transcripts of testimony—On behalf of the EPA:
Thomas Oren Munson, September 4, 1975
Fredrick W. Kutz, September 5, 1975
Henry F. Enos, September 5, 1975
Alan Taylor, September 10, 1075
Han Tai, September 11, 1975
Alan Taylor, September 11, 1975
James R. Sanborn, September 11 & 12, 1975

Box 6

Transcripts of testimony—On behalf of the EPA:
Douglas Seba, September 16, 175
Arnold L. Aspelin, September 18-19, 1975
Donald Chant, September 20, 1975
Reo E. Duggan, September 23, 1975

Transcripts of testimony—On behalf of Velsicol Chemical Corporation:
Kenneth J. Macek, September 24, 1975

Box 7

Reo E. Duggan, September 25, 1975
Robert Fink, September 26, 1975
Herman Feltz, September 26, 1975
Frank P. Cleveland, October 2, 1975
Wayland J. Hayes, October 2, 1975
John H. Rust, October 7, 1975

Transcripts of testimony—On behalf of Velsicol Chemical Corporation:
Robert G. Geil, October 8, 1975
Klaus Stemmer, October 14, 1975
Philip J. Spear on behalf of the National Pest Control Association, October 15, 1975
Robert F. Brooks, October 15, 1975

Box 8

Transcripts of testimony—On behalf of Velsicol Chemical Corporation:
Robert C. Bullock, October 16, 1975
Richard L. Lipsey, October 16, 1975
Hardin B. Jones, October 17, 1975
Frank William Carlborg, October 17, 1975
Hardin B. Jones, October 18, 1975
James E. Dewey, October 21, 1975
George B. McCollom, October 21, 1975
James L. Brann, Jr., October 22, 1975
Richard L. Miller, October 22, 1975

Box 9

H. Tashiro, October 22, 1975
D.E. Howell, October 23, 1975
Harry R. Gross, October 23, 1975

Transcripts of testimony—On behalf of the USDA:
Ralph G. Nash (co-sponsored with the EPA), October 24, 1975
William Flemmer, October 24, 1975
Dean R. Lovitt, October 24, 1975
Richard L. Cowden, October 24, 1975

Transcripts of testimony—On behalf of Velsicol Chemical Corporation:
Roy J. Ledbetter, October 29, 1975
Herbert Womack, October 29, 1975
J.L. Lancaster, Jr., October 29, 1975
Charles Lincoln, October 30, 1975
Glenn Moore, October 31, 1975

Box 10

Transcripts of testimony—On behalf of Velsicol Chemical Corporation:
Glenn Moore, October 31, 1975
Gerald J. Musick, November 7, 1975
Sidney Schindell, November 7, 1975
Reo Duggan on behalf of the EPA, November 11, 1975
John H. Rust, November 11, 1975
Y.H. Attalah, November 11, 1975
Joseph H. Thortensen, November 12, 1975
C.W. Marshall on behalf of Dettlebach, November 12, 1975
R.W. Schery on behalf of PBI-Gordon, November 12, 1975
Samuel H. Sandifier, November 12, 1975
Witnesses on behalf of Athena Chemical Corporation, November 12, 1975
Robert R. Ruppel on behalf of the USDA, November 14, 1975
Peter Stent, November 14, 1975

Box 11

Transcripts of testimony—On behalf of Velsicol Chemical Corporation:
Kenneth L. Knight, November 5, 1975
Norman E. Blomberg, November 5, 1975
Mahlon L. Fairchild, November 6, 1975
Rodney F. Triplett, November 6, 1975

Box 12

Transcripts of testimony:
Peter Stent on behalf of the Velsicol Chemical Corporation, November 14, 1975

Transcripts of testimony—On behalf of the EPA:
Nathan Mantel, November 24, 1975
Walter F. Heston, November 24, 1975
Marvin F. Schneiderman, November 25, 1975
David L. Stalling, November 25, 1975
Stanley H. Margrove, November 25, 1975
Fred T. Arnold. November 26, 1975

Box 13

Transcripts of testimony:
Samuel Epstein on behalf of the EPA, November 28, 1875
Oral argument, December 1975
Fred T. Arnold, December 1975

Box 14

Exhibits:
Administrative Law Judge
Athena Corporation
EPA #2-14

Box 15

Exhibits—EPA #16-26

Box 16

Exhibits—EPA #28, unlabeled
USDA

Box 17

Exhibits—Velsicol #5-41

Box 18

Exhibits—Velsicol witnesses A-L

Box 19

Exhibits—Velsicol witnesses M-S

Box 20

EDF v. Environmental Protection Agency / Train No. 75-2259
(U.S. Ct. of Appeals)

Decision of the Administrator, December 1975
Pleadings—Motions to dismiss, February 1976
Pleadings, February-March 1976

Box 21

EDF v. Environmental Protection Agency / Russell E. Train No. 75-2259
Butz v. Train No. 76-1181 (U.S. Ct of Appeals)
Petition for review of order of the Environmental Protection Agency

Petition for review of the order denying the suspension of registrations of chordane/heptachlor

Pleadings:
Motions to dismiss
Motions to transfer
Motion for stay pending review

EDF Appendix, Vols, 1&2

Reply brief—EDF
Reply brief—Velsicol Chemical Corporation

Box 22

EDF v. Environmental Protection Agency / Russell E. Train No. 75-2259
Butz v. Train No. 76-1181 (U.S. Ct of Appeals)
Petition for review of order of the Environmental Protection Agency

Briefs:
Petitioner EDF
Petitioner Earl L. Butz
Reply brief—EDF
Reply brief—Velsicol Chemical Corporation
Briefs for respondent
Pleadings, April-November 1976

Box 23

EDF v. Environmental Protection Agency / Russell E. Train No. 75-2259
Butz v. Train No. 76-1181 (U.S. Ct of Appeals)
Petition for review of order of the Environmental Protection Agency

Brief-Pineapple Growers Association of Hawaii et al.
Brief-Velsicol Chemical Corporation
EDF Appendix
Joint appendix

Box 24

Joint appendix

Tobacco Budworm Control—Request for use of DDT (1975); 2 boxes

Application for Emergency Exemption to use DDT to control tobacco budworm on cotton
Application by the State of Louisiana; Hearings before the Environmental Protection Agency

Box 1

Petition of the State of Louisiana, January 1975

Transcript of proceedings:
February 27, 1975
February 28, 1975
March 3, 1975
Comments on application, March 3-4, 1975
March 4, 1975

Box 2

Transcript of proceedings:
March 4, 1975
March 5, 1975

Exhibits

Order and determination of the Administrator that reconsideration of prior order
is not warranted, March 1975

National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) Compliance (1975); 1 box

Box 1

Environmental Defense Fund v. Mathews et al. No. 75-1811 (U.S. District Ct.. D.C.)

Complaint for regulatory judgment, injunctive relief and mandamus, October 1975

Pleadings, 1975-1976

Toxaphene & Endrin-Effluent Standards (1976); 9 boxes

EPA’s proposed effluent standards for aldrin/dieldrin, DDT, endrin and toxaphene;
Hearing before the Environmental Protection Agency

Box 1

Correspondence, 1976

Pleadings, July-October 1976

Comments of the Environmental Defense Fund on the EPA’s notice of rebuttable presumption against re-registration and continued registration of pesticide products containing endrin,
November 1976

Box 2

Pleadings, November 1976:
Proposed findings of fact, proposed modifications—Hercules, Inc.
Proposed findings of fact, conclusions of law—Environmental Protection Agency
Brief of the Natural Resources Defense Council
Proposed findings of fact, conclusions of law—Velsicol Chemical Company
Reply brief—Hercules, Inc.
Reply brief—Velsicol Chemical Company
Reply brief—Environmental Protection Agency

Transcript of testimony-Donald Mount on behalf of the EPA
Transcript of testimony-Leonard J. Guarraia on behalf of the EPA

Box 3

Transcripts of testimony:
Leonard J. Guarraia on behalf of the EPA (cont.)
Foster L. Mayer on behalf of the EPA
Steven C. Schimmel on behalf of the EPA
Alfred F. Meiners on behalf of the EPA
Joseph L. Rizzo on behalf of the EPA

Box 4

Transcripts of testimony:
Joseph L. Rizzo
Keith Sweeney on behalf of the EPA
William A. Brungs on behalf of the EPA
Leonard J. Guarraia on behalf of the EPA
David J. Hansen on behalf of the EPA
Transcript of proceedings, September 13, 1976
Billy Joe Copeland on behalf of Hercules Inc.
Transcript of proceedings, September 13, 1976
Charles L. Dunn on behalf of Hercules Inc.

Box 5

Transcripts of testimony:
Kenneth J. Macek on behalf of the Velsicol Chemical Corporation
Melvin D. Reuber on behalf of the Environmental Defense Fund
Robert J. Reimold on behalf of Hercules Inc

Exhibits:
Environmental Defense Fund
EPA exhibits #1-2

Box 6

Exhibits:
EPA #3-4, 8-9, 24

Box 7

Exhibits:
EPA #24-25, 27, 29
EPA #32-33, 35-26
EPA-Lichtenberg testimony

Box 8

Exhibits:
EPA-Schimmel testimony
EPA-Stalling testimony
EPA-Sweeney testimony
Hercules Inc.-Reimold testimony
Hercules Inc.-Bennett testimony
Velsicol Chemical Company #4

Box 9

Exhibits:
Velsicol Chemical Company-Macek testimony
Velsicol #7, 9, 11

Clean Air Act: Emissions Standards for Vinyl Chloride (1976-1978); 1 box

Box 1

Environmental Defense Fund v. Train No. 76-2045 (U.S. Ct. of Appeals, D.C. Cir.)
Petition for review of the National Emission Standard for Vinyl Chloride

Pleadings:
Motions for leave to intervene, November 1976-January 1977
Re: Motion for interim stay pending review, January 1977
Re: Joint motion of EDF and EPA for voluntary dismissal without prejudice, March 1977
Re: Motion to re-open proceedings, 1978

Reports:

Environmental Protection Agency. (1975). Scientific and technical assessment report on vinyl
            chloride and polyvinyl chloride. Scientific and technical assessment reports (STAR).
            Washington: Office of Research and Development, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.

Environmental Protection Agency. (1981). Flexible vinyl coating and printing operations:
 Background information for proposed standards. Research Triangle Park, N.C.: U.S.
Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Air, Noise, and Radiation, Office of Air Quality
Planning and Standards.

U.S. Bureau of Alcohol, T. a. F. (1973). Final environmental impact statement: Polyvinyl chloride
            liquor bottles. Washington: Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms.

TRIS: Proposed Ban on Sales of Treated Apparel (1977-1978); 4 boxes

Box 1

Petition of the Environmental Defense Fund et al. pursuant to 15 U.S.C. section 2059 to the Consumer Product Safety Commission to commence a proceeding for the issuance of a consumer product safety rule, March 1976

Petition of the Environmental Defense Fund to the Consumer Product Safety Commission to ban the sale of TRIS-treated wearing apparel, February 1977

Petition of the independent cutters & sewers of children’s sleepwear to the Consumer Products Safety Commission for reconsideration of the form of the April 8, 1977 ban on sales of children’s sleepwear containing TRIS

Environmental Defense Fund & Robert H. Harris v. Consumer Product Safety Commission
Civil action no. 77-0517

Memorandum—Case approval memorandum for suit against the CPSC, March 1977
Complaint for declaratory, injunctive and mandatory relief, March 1977
Pleadings, June-July 1977

American Apparel Manufacturers’ Association v. Consumer Product Safety Commission
Civil action no. 77-682 (U.S. Dist. Ct., D.C.)

Complaint for declaratory judgment & injunctive relief, April 1977

Pleadings--Motions to intervene, April-May 1977
Pleadings--Re: Plaintiff’s motion for restraining order & preliminary injunction, April 1977

American Apparel Manufacturers’ Association v. Consumer Product Safety Commission
No. 77-1407 (U.S. Ct. of Appeals, D.C.)

Pleadings:
Appellees motion for reconsideration, May 1977
Re: Appellant’s motion for stay pending appeal, May 1977

Box 2

American Apparel Manufacturers’ Association v. Consumer Product Safety Commission
No. 77-1407 (U.S. Ct. of Appeals, D.C.)

Pleadings—May-June 1977
Pleadings—Motion of the Consumer Product Safety Commission for clarification of order

Springs Mills v. Consumer Product Safety Commission, Civil action no. 77-891
(U.S. Dist. Ct., S.C., Rock Hill Div.)

Pleadings:
Plaintiff’s motion for preliminary injunction, May 1977
Hearing on motions, May 1977
Motion for limited intervention—EDF, May 1977
Re: Plaintiff’s request for admissions & exhibits, June 1977
Brief of defendant, June 1977
Findings of fact, conclusions of law & order, June 1977
Re: EDF’s motion for stay of judgment pending appeal, June 1977
Order of final judgment & motion for clarification, August-October 1977
Discovery, March 1978
Defendant’s motion for a protective order, April 1978

Box 3

Springs Mills v. Consumer Product Safety Commission et al. No. 77-8209/8219
(U.S. Ct. of Appeals, 4th Cir.)

Index to record on appeal

Pleadings:
Re: Motions for stay pending appeal, July 1977
Re: EDF’s motion for leave to supplement record, July-October 1977

Springs Mills v. Consumer Product Safety Commission No. 77-1969
Springs Mills v. EDF No. 77-1970 (U.S. Ct. of Appeals, 4th Cir.)

Pleadings:
Pleadings, August-September 1977
Brief of amicus curiae American Yarn Spinners Association, October 1977
Brief of Consumer Product Safety Commission, October 1977
Brief of appellant EDF, September 1977
Brief of Springs Mills, October 1977
Brief of the American Yarn Spinners Association, December 1977
Brief of the Consumer Product Safety Commission, December 1977
Brief of appellant EDF, December 1977

Box 4

Springs Mills v. Consumer Product Safety Commission No. 77-1969
Springs Mills v. EDF No. 77-1970 (U.S. Ct. of Appeals, 4th Cir.)

Brief of Springs Mills, December 1977
Pleadings—Re: CPSC’s motion to dismiss as moot, December 1977-January 1978
Order of final judgment, January 1978
Pleadings—Re: motion to dismiss, September 1978

Appendix
Joint appendix & exhibits

Clean Air Act: Policy Governing Regulation & Classification of Carcinogenic
Air Pollutants (1977-1979); 2 boxes

Box 1

Petition of the Environmental Defense Fund for the initiation of rulemaking proceedings to establish a policy governing regulations and classification of carcinogenic air pollutants, November 1977

Petition of the Environmental Defense Fund-Summary-EPA, 1977

Testimony-Environmental Defense Fund-On recommendations useful in developing a comprehensive program for the regulation of carcinogenic air pollutants, March 1978

Policy and procedures for the identifying, assessing & regulating substances posing a risk of cancer in ambient air-Environmental Protection Agency, 1978

Comments-Environmental Defense Fund-On EPA draft policy-Procedures for identifying, assessing, & regulating substances posing a risk for cancer in ambient air, February 1979

Clean Air Act-Legislation
Clean Air Act-Media
Clean Air Act-Correspondence
Clean Air Act-Amendments
Clean Air Act-Amendments-Testimony on behalf of the American Lung Association

Mahoney, J. et al. (1977). Technical evaluation of the non-deterioration portions of proposed
            Clean Air Act amendments. Concord, MA: Environmental Research & Technology, Inc.

Fuller, B. (1976). Preliminary scoring of selected organic air pollutants. Appendix I. Research
            Triangle Park, N.C.: Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Air and Waste Management,
            Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards.

Box 2

Fuller, B. (1976). Preliminary scoring of selected organic air pollutants. Appendices II-IV.. Research
            Triangle Park, N.C.: Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Air and Waste Management,
            Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards.

Asbestos in Schools (1977-1978); 2 boxes

Box 1

Petition for immediate action under Section 303 of the Clean Air Act to abate asbestos pollution in Montgomery County, Maryland, 1977

Petition to the Environmental Protection Agency to control asbestos emissions from spray-on
materials which have been applied in public school buildings for insulation, fireproofing, decorative or other purposes, 1978

Response to the petition of the Environmental Defense Fund to control asbestos emissions from spray-on materials which have been applied in public schools

Box 2

Environmental Defense Fund v. Costle et al. Civil action no. 79-1360 (U.S. Dist Ct., D.C.)

Complaint for injunctive relief under the Toxic Substances Control Act
Pleadings re: Motion to dismiss
Stipulation of facts & voluntary dismissal

Clean Air Act Amendments-Prevention of Significant Deterioration
Provisions (1978-1980); 9 boxes

Environmental Defense Fund v. Costle No. 78-0281 (U.S. Dist. Ct., D.C.)

Box 1

Pleadings:
Intervenor’s motion to dismiss, February 1978
Motion for temporary restraining order, February 1978
Motions to intervene, February-March 1978
Motions to dismiss, March 1978
Re: Motion for preliminary injunction, March 1978
Findings of fact for the intervening defendants, March 1978

Box 2

Pleadings:
Motions to intervene, February-March 1978
Motion for stay pending appeal, March 1978
Findings of fact-Texas Industries / Motion for preliminary injunction, March 1978
Motions to intervene, March 1978

Box 3

Citizens to Save Spencer County v. Environmental Protection Agency No. 78-1002
(U.S. Ct. of Appeals, D.C.) & consolidated cases

Pleadings:
Petition to review rule of the EPA, January 1978
Motion of the Environmental Defense Fund for injunction pending appeal, March 1978
Motions to intervene, March 1978
Motions to consolidate, March 1978
Motion for stay pending appeal, March 1978
Consolidation of cases, April 1978
Brief of petitioners Citizens to Save Spencer County, June 1978

Box 4

Pleadings:
Re: Consolidation, June-July 1978
Brief-Environmental Defense Fund et al., August 1978
Brief-Petitioners, August 1978
Re: Consolidation, August 1978
Supplemental record, August 1978
Brief-Environmental Defense Fund, August 1978
Brief-Petitioner Northern Cheyenne Tribe, August 1978
Brief-Petitioners

Box 5

Pleadings:
Brief for intervenor / respondents & industry amici curiae, September 1978
Consolidated certificates of counsel, September 1978
Brief of intervenors in opposition to petitions, September 1978
Reply brief for petitioners, September 1978

Box 6

Pleadings:
Reply brief of petitioners, October 1978
Brief-Northern Cheyenne Tribe, October 1978
Brief-Sierra Club / Environmental Defense Fund, March 1979
Attorneys’ fees, April-July 1979

Box 7

Pleadings:
Attorneys’ fees, July-September 1979

Box 8

Pleadings-Brief of respondents, undated
Brief of intervenor respondents Environmental Defense Fund, undated

Supplemental appendix, Vols. 1 & 2

Box 9

Appendices

Resource Conservation & Recovery Act-Litigation (1978-1981); 4 boxes

Box 1

Federal hazardous waste case summaries-EPA Hazardous Waste Task Force, 1980
RCRA briefing papers-Environmental Defense Fund, 1980-1981

EDF v. Steffan Plehn No. 78-1715 (U.S. Dist. Ct., D.C.)

Correspondence, 1978
Complaint, September 1978
Pleadings, October 1978-1981

United Technologies Corporation v. Thomas No. 85-- & consolidated cases

Case approval request, September 1985

Box 2

United Technologies Corporation v. Thomas No. 85-1654 & consolidated cases

Pleadings:
Statement of the issues, January 1986
Appendices-Environmental Defense Fund / Natural Resource Defense Council
Brief-Environmental Defense Fund / Natural Resources Defense Council, June 1986

EDF v. Thomas No. 85-1747 (U.S. District Ct., D.C.)
Regulations on underground tanks containing hazardous wastes

Pleadings:
Re: Motion for summary judgment, July 1985
Discovery, July-September 1985

Box 3

EDF v. Thomas No. 85-1747 (U.S. District Ct., D.C.)
Regulations on underground tanks containing hazardous wastes

Pleadings:
Re: Plaintiffs’ motion to file amended complaint, October 1985
Discovery, October-November 1985
Re: Motion for summary judgment, December 1985

Box 4

Pleadings—Memorandum of Edison Electric Institute, December 1985
Appendices—Environmental Defense Fund/Natural Resources Defense Council

PCBs: Informal Hearings on Manufacturing, Processing, Distribution in Commerce
& Use Bans, before the Environmental Protection Agency (1978); 1 box

Transcript of proceedings, August 1978

PCBs in Fish & Shellfish: FDA’s Order Reducing Tolerances in Fish (1979-1982); 4 boxes

Box 1

Hearings before the Food and Drug Administration No. 77N-0080

Pleadings:
Request for a public hearing by the National Fisheries Institute, 1979
1980-1981
Submission of testimony of the National Marine Fisheries Service, 1981
Notice of withdrawal of the Environmental Defense Fund, October 1981
Brief—Bureau of Foods, January 1982
Initial decision, February 1982
Post hearing brief—Environmental Defense Fund & National Marine Fisheries Service
Exceptions to initial decision, April 1982
Reply Brief—Environmental Defense Fund, May 1982
Reply brief—National Fisheries Institute, May 1982

Decision of the Commissioner, 1984
Index to exhibits—G11-G19; G37M-G37LL

Box 2

Exhibits:
G10—G19

Box 3

G20-G29
G37

Box 4

Exhibits:
G37S—G37Y
G37AA, G37CC-G37LL

PCBs:  Regulations pursuant to the Toxic Substances Control Act section e  (1979)
3 boxes

Box 1

EDF v. the Environmental Protection Agency No. 79-1580 (U.S. Ct. of Appeals, D.C. Cir.)
Petition for Review

Pleadings:
July 1979
Order of consolidation & index to the record, August 1979
Brief—Respondent
Brief—Intervenor Aluminum Company of America
Reply Brief--Petitioners
Opinion & joint motion for clarification, November 1980
Joint petition for issuance of the mandate, December 1980
Motions for leave to intervene, December 1980-January 1981
Status report of the EPA et al. re: activities required by orders

Box 2

Pleadings-Brief of petitioner EDF, 1979
Certified index

Box 3

Re: Attorneys’ fees, August 1981
Pleadings & orders, 1982-1983

2,4,5-T: Emergency Suspension Orders for 2,4,5-T & Silvex (1979); 2 boxes

Box 1

Emergency suspension orders for 2,4,5-T & Silvex, before the EPA
Docket nos. 409-410

Pleadings, March-April 1979

Box 2

Pleadings, April-May 1979

Dow Chemical Co. v. Blum No. 79-10064 (U.S. Dist. Ct., E.Dist. MI, No. Div.)

Affidavits in support of Plaintiff’s motion for stay of EPA’s Emergency Suspension orders.

2,4,5-T: Cancellation Hearings before the Environmental Protection Agency (1979-1984)
35 boxes

Cancellation Hearings before the EPA FIFRA Dockets nos. 415 et al.
Please see Sub-group II.2 Series 2 for Background documents

Box 1

Pleadings—Pre-hearing & discovery, April-July 1979

Box 2

Pleadings—Pre-Hearing & Discovery, August-November 1979

Box 3

Pleadings:
Motion for consolidation, December 3, 1979
Witness lists et al., December 17, 1979
Pre-hearing, December-January 1980
Pre-hearing conference, January 1980
Discovery, January 1980

Box 4

Pleadings:
Discovery / Pre-hearing, January-February 1980
Pre-trial briefs, January 1980

Box 5

Pleadings:
Discovery / Pre-hearing, February-April 1980

Box 6

Pleadings, March-April 1980

Box 7

Pleadings:
Discovery, May 1980
Re: Protective order, June 1980
Re: Witness testimony, June 1980

Box 8

Pleadings:
Exhibits lists, July 1980
August-September 1980

Box 9

Pleadings:
Pre-hearing, November 1980
Exhibit lists, November 1980
Brief—Pre-hearing benefit brief—American Farm Bureau, January 1981
Brief—Pre-hearing benefits brief—Dow Chemical Company, January 1981
Brief—Pre-hearing benefits brief—National Cattlemen’s Association, January 1981
Brief—Pre-hearing benefits—EPA, January 1981
Pre-hearing, February 1981

Box 10

Pleadings:
Re: Motion to vacate subpoenas duces tecum against the University of Wisconsin, March 1981
October 1981-April 1982

Box 11

Pleadings:
Motions to terminate participation in proceedings, 1984
Index to pleadings (incomplete)

Exhibits:
American Council on Science & Health
Dow Chemical Company—Direct testimony of Robert R. Bumb
Dow Chemical Company— Direct testimony of  David Buzzelli
Dow Chemical Company— Direct testimony of Robert Kirkpatrick
Dow Chemical Company—Direct testimony of Francis J.C. Roe
Dow Chemical—Direct testimony of James G. Wilson

Box 12

Exhibits:
Dow Chemical Company—Direct testimony of Bernard A. Schwetz
Dow Chemical Company—Direct testimony of Colin N. Park
Dow Chemical Company—Direct testimony of E. Marshall Johnson
Dow Chemical Company—Direct testimony of Steven H. Lamm
Dow Chemical Company—Direct testimony of E.G. McQueen
Dow Chemical Company—Direct testimony of Alan Argesti
Dow Chemical Company—Direct testimony of Sheldon L. Wagner
Dow Chemical Company—Direct testimony of R.G. Reggiani
Dow Chemical Company—Direct testimony of H. Tuchmann-Duplessis
Dow Chemical Company—Direct testimony of John C. Ramsey
Dow Chemical Company—Direct testimony of Werner H. Braun
Dow Chemical Company—Direct testimony of Philip G. Watanbe

Box 13

Exhibits:
Dow Chemical Company—Direct testimony of Michael A. Ibrahim
Dow Chemical Company—Direct testimony of Ralph R. Cook
Dow Chemical Company—Direct testimony of Philip Cole
Dow Chemical Company—Direct testimony of Kenneth D. Crow
Dow Chemical Company—Direct testimony of Ralph T. Ross
Dow Chemical Company—Direct testimony of Ford L. Baldwin
Dow Chemical Company—Direct testimony of Lewis A. Shadoff
Dow Chemical Company—Direct testimony of Hyland R. Johns
Dow Chemical Company—Direct testimony of Richard Wilson
Dow Chemical Company—Direct testimony of Perry J. Gehring
Environmental Protection Agency—Direct testimony of Roy E. Albert

Box 14

Exhibits:
Environmental Protection Agency—Direct testimony of Roy E. Albert
Environmental Protection Agency—Direct testimony of K. Diane Courtney

Box 15

Exhibits:
Environmental Protection Agency—Direct testimony of K. Diane Courtney
Environmental Protection Agency—Direct testimony of Mary B. Paxton
Environmental Protection Agency—Direct testimony of Gary Hodgen
Environmental Protection Agency—Direct testimony of Wilbur P. McNulty
Environmental Protection Agency—Direct testimony of Michael Luster

Box 16

Exhibits—Environmental Protection Agency:
Direct testimony of Michael Luster
Direct testimony of Renate D. Kimbrough
Direct testimony of Fredrick Kutz
Direct testimony of William M. Upholt
Direct testimony of Robert M. Maxey
Direct testimony of Thomas E. Dixon
 
Box 17

Exhibits—Environmental Protection Agency:
Environmental Protection Agency—Morton Beroza
Environmental Protection Agency—Robert W. Baughman
Exhibits #186-191

Box 18

Exhibits—Environmental Protection Agency
Robert W. Baughman
Direct testimony of Aubry E. Dupuy
Direct testimony of Gunter Zweig
Direct testimony of Robert R. Harless
Direct testimony of Thomas Tiernan
Michael L. Gross

Box 19

Exhibits—Environmental Protection Agency:
Direct testimony of James J. Boland
Michael J. Dellarco
Direct testimony of Emil Regelman

Box 20

Exhibits—Environmental Protection Agency:
Emil Regelman
Direct testimony of Charles Lewis
William Edgar Matthews
Lester Barker
Direct testimony of Richard Petrie
#310-328
George W. Keitt
Direct testimony of William Loy
John Anderson
Christina Hutchinson

Box 21

Exhibits—Environmental Protection Agency:
Direct testimony of Bernard Smale
Direct testimony of Roy E. Albert
Direct testimony of Thomas Harrison
Direct testimony of Thomas Ellwanger
Direct testimony of Daniel Elam
Direct testimony of Neil T. Skill
Direct testimony of Ugo E. Pezzi
Direct testimony of Jack D. Griffith
Thomas J. Keefe

Box 22

Exhibits—Environmental Protection Agency:
Thomas J. Keefe
Direct testimony of Robert C. Duncan
Direct testimony of Renee Stringham
Bonnie Hill
Direct testimony of Ian Nisbet
Direct testimony of James R. Yowell
Direct testimony of Frank P. Beck, Jr.
Rainer Frentzel-Beyme

Box 23

Exhibits—Environmental Protection Agency:
Rainer Frentzel-Beyme
Joseph Franklin Holson
Direct testimony of George Streisinger
Roy E. Albert
Direct testimony of Arthur Galston
Direct testimony of Matthew Meselson
Olav Axelson

Box 24

Exhibits—Environmental Protection Agency:
Olav Axelson
Direct testimony of Robert Alfred Squire
Direct testimony of Lennart Hardell
Direct testimony of Richard R. Monson
Michael L. Gross
Direct testimony of Morton Beroza
Direct testimony of Renate Kimbrough
Direct testimony of Joseph S. Carra
Direct testimony of John C. Bailar
Robert G. Heath

Box 25

Exhibits—Environmental Protection Agency:
Robert G. Heath
Craig Gerald Hall
Ian Nisbet
Lennart Hardell
Julie K. Goetz
Philip Sollins
David A. Perry
James  Burton Hart, Jr.

Box 26

Exhibits—Environmental Protection Agency:
John Hoffmann
Direct testimony of James Michael Frazier
Direct testimony of Bruce E. Wilson
Direct testimony of Chris Maser
Direct testimony of Richard C. Koven
Direct testimony of Howard Horowitz
Direct testimony of Hugh Mobley
Direct testimony of Howard Biswell

Box 27

Exhibits—Environmental Protection Agency:
Direct testimony of Will D. Carpenter
Direct testimony of Jan Marie Newton
Direct testimony of Anne Barton
Direct testimony of Henry Freiser
Direct testimony of Michael Newton
Direct testimony of Dawn G. Porter

Box 28

Exhibits—Environmental Protection Agency:
Dawn G. Porter
Direct testimony of Kenneth G. Thimann
Direct testimony of Ronald Thomas
Direct testimony of Wilbur D. Wise

Exhibits—Northwest Coalition for Alternatives to Pesticides:
Direct testimony of Norma Grier
Direct testimony of Irene Durbin
Direct testimony of Pat Clary

Box 29

Exhibits—Northwest Coalition for Alternatives to Pesticides:
Direct testimony of Phyllis Cribby
Direct testimony of Paul Prensky
Direct testimony of Gail Slentz
Direct testimony of Lionel Youst

Exhibits—U.S. Department of Agriculture:
Jere Christner
Logan Norris

Box 30

Exhibits—U.S. Department of Agriculture:
Rodney W. Bovey
Lavell Stanger
#68 (Source unknown)-“Biological and Economic Assessment of 2,4,5-T, 1979
Direct testimony of Alvin Young

Box 31

Exhibits—U.S. Department of Agriculture:
Alvin Young
Direct testimony of David A. Graham
 
Box 32

Exhibits—U.S. Department of Agriculture:
David Graham
Direct testimony of Roy J. Smith
Direct testimony of Philip C. Kearney
Direct testimony of Louis F. Bouse

Exhibits—Source unknown—2,4,5-T toxicity reports [Confidential?]

Box 33

Exhibits—Source unknown—2,4,5-T toxicity reports [Confidential?]

Box 34

Confidential data—2,4,5-T toxicity—Dow Chemical Company

Box 35

Confidential data—2,4,5-T toxicity—Dow Chemical Company

PCBs; 1 box

National Electrical Manufacturers Association v. EPA No. 82-3166 and related cases
(U.S. Ct of Appeals, D.C. Cir.)

Pleadings, September-October 1982

Lead in gasoline (1982); 1 box

EDF v. EPA No. 82-2010 (U.S. Ct of Appeals)
Petition for review

Pleadings, 1982

EPA-Report-Reducing Lead in Gasoline, costs & benefits, 1984

Clean Air Act Amendments: Regulations Preventing the Significant Deterioration of Air Quality (1978); 4 boxes

Box 1

Alabama Power Co. v. Costle No. 78-1006 (U.S. Ct. of Appeals, D.C.)

Pleadings—Briefs of industry petitioners Alabama Power et al., December 1978

Box 2

Pleadings:
Briefs of industry petitioners Alabama Power et al.
Brief of respondents
Brief of the American Paper Institute & National Forest Products Association
Brief of petitioner Iron & Steel Institute
Consolidated certificates of counsel for industry petitioners

Box 3

Pleadings:
Briefs of industry petitioners

Box 4

Brief-Intervenor / Respondent
Pleadings, 1980-1982

Land Disposal Regulations under the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act
(1982); 1 box

EDF et al. v. Dietrich No. 82-1041 (U.S. Ct. of Appeals, D.C.)

Pleadings-Re: Application for stay
Pleadings-Re: Motion by the Environmental Defense Fund to supplement the record
Pleadings-Brief for the Federal Appellants
Pleadings-Brief of Appellee Environmental Defense Fund
Index

Hazardous Waste Regulations-Access to Records (1982-1983); 1 box

Box 1

Environmental Defense Fund v. Office of Management & Budget No. 82-0360
(U.S. District Ct., D.C.)

Pleadings:
Complaint for injunctive relief
Motion to compel preparation of a Vaughn index
Re: Motion for summary judgment
Order
Notice of appeal

Environmental Defense Fund v. Office of Management & Budget No. 82-1265
(U.S. Ct of Appeals, D.C. Circuit)

Pleadings-Brief of appellees
Pleadings-Reply brief of appellant

Environmental Defense Fund v. Environmental Protection Agency No. 82-0362
(U.S. District Ct., D.C.)

Pleadings:
Complaint for injunctive relief
Re: Motion for summary judgment
Order of dismissal

Hazardous Waste Regulations (1982-1983); 1 box

Box 1

Land disposal of liquid waste

Hazardous Waste Treatment Council v. the Environmental Protection Agency No. 82-1207
(U.S. Ct. of Appeals, D.C.)

Pleadings-Motions to intervene
Pleadings-Motions for stay pending appeal

Reporting requirements

Environmental Defense Fund v. the Environmental Protection Agency No. 82-1346 (U.S. Ct. of Appeals, D.C. Circuit)

Pleadings-Motion for stay pending appeal
Pleadings-Attorneys fees & costs

Hazardous Waste Site Clean-up—Kansas City, MO (1982-1983); 2 boxes

Box 1

United States of America v. Conservation Chemical Company et al. No. 82-0983-CV-W-5
(U.S. District Ct., Western Dist, MO, Western Div.)

Complaint
Pleadings-Re: Defendant’s motion to dismiss, February 1983

Box 2

Pleadings-Re: Defendant’s motion to dismiss, February 1983
Memorandum of Amicus Curiae Environmental Defense Fund, May 1983

Lead Phase-Down (1982-1983); 3 boxes

Small Refiners Lead Phasedown Task Force v. Gorsuch no. 82-2308 
(U.S. Ct of Appeals, D.C.)

Box 1

Exhibits to SRTF (Small Refiner Task Force?) letter of July 30, 1982

Statements on EPA lead regulations, September 1982:
On behalf of Gasoline Blenders & Terminal Operators Association
On behalf of South Hampton Refining Company

Comments on EPA’s proposed rule on lead in gasoline:
Summary of comments on EPA’s proposal on fuel and fuel additives
American Petroleum Refiners Association
Caysen Corporation
Crown Central Petroleum
Dorchester Gas Company
Environmental Defense Fund
Independent Refiners Association of America
Kern Oil and Refining Company
Indiana Farm Bureau
Evangeline Refining Company
Uni Refining Company
Mountaineer Refining Company
Penzoil

Box 2

Comments on EPA’s proposed rule on lead in gasoline:
Sun Refining & Marketing Company
South Hampton Refining Company
Marion Corporation
Small Refiner Lead Phase-Down Task Force
Texaco
United Refining Company
U.S. Dept of Energy
U.S. Dept of Justice
U.S. Oil & Refining Company
Wickland Oil Company

Background & assumptions used in analyses of lead phase-down submitted to the EPA October 1982

Natural Resources Defense Council-Supplemental Appendix, January 1983

Box 3

Natural Resources Defense Council-Supplemental Appendix, January 1983

Uranium Mill Tailings (1982-1985); 2 boxes

Box 1

EDF et al. v. Ruckelshaus No. 80-2039 (U.S. Ct. of Appeals, 10th Cir.)
Petition for review of final rulemaking on disposal of uranium mill tailings

Pleadings-Re: motion to dismiss or transfer complaint, October-November 1983

American Mining Congress v. Ruckelshaus et al. No. 83-2226 & consolidated cases
(U.S. Ct. of Appeals, 10th Cir.)

Pleadings-Re: motion for summary disposition, June-July 1984

Box 2

American Mining Congress v. Ruckelshaus et al. No. 83-2226 & consolidated cases
(U.S. Ct. of Appeals, 10th Cir.)

Pleadings-Brief for respondents, October 1984, undated
Pleadings-Reply brief of petitioners, undated

United Nuclear Corporation v. Ruckelshaus No. 83-2504
(U.S. Ct. of Appeals, 10th Cir.)

Pleadings-Brief of appellants, December 1984

AMAX v. Ruckelshaus No. 83-2524
(U.S. Ct. of Appeals, 10th Cir.)

Pleadings, 1985
AMAX’s supplement to the Joint Appendix

SERIES 2:  Background Documents

Toxic Pollutant Effluent Standards for aldrin-dieldrin et al.  Federal Water Pollution Control Act Section 307 (1974-1975); 4 boxes

Box 1

Carcinogens:
Testimony of Robert H. Harris before the House Cttee on Public Works and Transportation, 1975
Aromatic Animes—Journal Articles
Benzene—Journal articles
Benzidine—notes
Carcinogens in the environment—draft paper, n.d.
Compounds investigated for mutagenicity—notes
Mutagens—Journal articles

Federal Water Pollution Control Act Section 307 Consent decree--Papers

Box 2

Environmental Protection Agency:
Effluent guidelines—Federal Register
Effluent guidelines—Memoranda

Box 3

Environmental Protection Agency:
Effluent guidelines—Development—Correspondence
Draft development document for effluent guidelines for industry—Comments
Mercury effluent standards

Box 4

Environmental Protection Agency:
Mercury standards
Thermal discharge standards—Federal Register & correspondence

Tris (1977); 4 boxes

Box 1

Memoranda:
Memoranda to files
Memorandum to the Consumer Product Safety Board in support of EDF’s petition to ban sales of Tris-treated wearing apparel, March 1977
Copies of Consumer Product Safety Board’s memoranda

Correspondence:
Bruce Ames’ letter re: carcinogenicity
EDF correspondence with consumers
EDF correspondence with Consumer Product Safety Board
EDF correspondence with garment industry
EDF correspondence with press
EDF correspondence with scientists

Media:
Press releases—EDF
Letter to the editor of Science article: “Tris Controversy” Vol. 197, no. 4299
Harris, R. (1977). The trouble with tris. The Fire Independent, pp. 2-3, 18-20.

Reports:
American Apparel Manufacturers’ Association—Report to garment industry, 1975-1976

Box 2

Reports:
Consumer Product Safety Commission—Animal studies & risk assessment
Institute of Environmental Medicine—Carcinogenic potential

Testimony:
April 1977: Statement of Robert Rauch before the Subcommittee on Commerce, Consumer, & Monetary Affairs of the Committee on Government Operations

April 1977: Testimony of Robert H. Harris before the Consumer Subcommittee of the Senate Committee on Commerce, Service & Transportation

May 1977: Statement of Robert H. Harris & Robert Rauch before the Subcommittee on Commerce, Consumer & Monetary Affairs of the Committee on Government Operations

May 1977: Statement of Robert H. Harris before the Subcommittee on Oversight & Investigations of the House Committee on Interstate & Foreign Commerce

September 1977: Statement of Robert H. Harris before the Subcommittee on Consumer Protection & Finance Committee on Interstate & Foreign Commerce, U.S. House of Representatives & Subcommittee on Oversight & Investigation

Data:
Carcinogenicity & dose / response for Tris
Estimate of human lifetime carcinogenic risk from exposure to Tris
NCI-Carcinogenic bioassay experimental design status report

Meetings:
National Advisory Committee for the Flammable Fabrics Ac—minutes, 1971
Consumer Protection Safety Board meeting with Environmental Defense Fund, 1977
Data Evaluation Sub-group of the Clearinghouse on Environmental Carcinogens—2nd meeting minutes, 1977

Surveys:
Market survey, 1977

Box 3

Surveys:
NYS Consumers Protection Board—1977 Infant & Children’s Sleepwear Survey
Consumer Protection Safety Board questionnaire

Subject Files:
Chronic Issue Statement—Consumer Protection Safety Board
Export of tris-treated fabrics
Flame retardants—alternatives to tris
Flammability standards
Organophosphates
Tris—Skin absorption
Tris—Toxicity

Box 4

Flammable Fabrics:
Chronology / History
Trade journal articles
Reports-National Bureau of Standards

Vinyl Chloride Emissions (1977); 1 box

Box 1

Publications removed to be cataloged:

Baille, R.C., Riley, B.T., Zaltzman, R. (1973). Environmental impact assessment of polyvinyl
      chloride as packaging material for distilled spirits. [Washington, D.C.]: Bureau of Alcohol,
      Firearms & Tobacco, Treasury Dept, Internal Revenue Service.

Environmental Protection Agency. (1974). Preliminary assessment of environmental problems
       associated with vinyl chloride & polyvinyl chloride: Report of the activities & findings of the Vinyl Chloride Task Force. Washington D.C.: Environmental Protection Agency Office of Toxic
      Substances.

Environmental Protection Agency, Emission Standards & Engineering Division. (1975). Organic
      chemical processing volume 7: Selected processes.  Research Triangle Park, NC:
      Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Air, Noise & Radiation, Office of Air Quality
      Planning & Standards.

Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Planning Standards, Emission Standards & Engineering
Division. (1976). Standards support & environmental impact statement: Volume 2: Promulgated emission standard for vinyl chloride. Research Triangle Park, NC:  Environmental Protection Agency Office of Air & Waste Management, Office of Air Quality Planning & Standards.

Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Environmental Engineering & Technology. (1977?). A
      sulfate episode: August 16 to August 29, 1976. Washington D.C.: Author.

Evans, L.B. (1975). Vinyl chloride monomer emissions from the polyvinyl chloride processing
      industries. Cambridge MA: Arthur D. Little, Inc.

Hushon, J. Kornreich, M. (1976). Air pollution assessment of vinylidene chloride. McLean, VA:
      MITRE Corporation.

Landau, E., Brinkman, C.P., Manos, N.E. (1975). Epidemiology studies: Task III, vinyl chloride.
Washington, D.C.: Environmental Protection Agency Office of Toxic Substances.

United Nations Environment Programme. (1981). Annual Review 1981. Nairobi, Kenya: Author.

Filed in document case:

Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Research & Development. (1975). Scientific & technical
      assessment report on vinyl chloride & polyvinyl chloride. Washington D.C.: Author.

Meeting of Environmental Protection Agency & Society of Plastics Industry Inc. Transcript of proceedings, June 1977.

Public Hearing on vinyl chloride before the Environmental Protection Agency. Transcript of proceedings, July 1977.

Houston Research, Inc. (1975). Progress report: Ozone / UV process in 100 percent elimination of
      vinyl chloride. Houston, Texas: Author.

State of California, Air Resources Board, Research Division. (1977). Staff report #78-1-1: Effects
      of airborne vinyl chloride. Unpublished.

State of California, Air Resources Board, Research Division. (1978). Public hearing to consider a
      limitation on ambient concentrations of vinyl chloride.  Unpublished.

Asbestos in Schools (1979); 4 boxes

Box 1

Correspondence, 1979
Correspondence—Purchase inquiries for manual

Media:
Press releases—EDF
Articles—EDF
Re: community outreach

Petition to the Environmental Protection Agency to control asbestos emissions from spray on materials which have been applied in public school buildings for insulation, fireproofing, decorative or other purposes, December 1978

Comments of EDF on EPA’s Advanced Notice of proposed rulemaking on asbestos-containing materials in public schools, November 5, 1979

Brochures

Journal articles by subject:
Effects on health
Ingested asbestos
Asbestos in public schools

Reports by author:
Consumer Product Safety Commission
Environmental Protection Agency

Box 2

Reports:
EPA--Asbestos in schools identification & notification rule
National Institute on Environmental Health Sciences
United States Geological Survey

Conference papers

Box 3

Manuals:
Asbestos Abatement/Control Guidance Manual—NYC Board of Education, n.d.
Manual for Asbestos-Sprayed Materials in Schools—EDF (?)

Draft chapter of “Clearing the Air” a guide to the asbestos problem in schools, ca. 1981

Legislation

Publications—Removed for cataloging:
Bradfield, REN. (1977). Asbestos: Reviews of uses, health effects, measurement & control.
            Surrey England: Atkins Research and Development.

Environmental Protection Agency. (1979). Asbestos-containing materials in school buildings:
A guidance document. Washington, D.C.: Environmental Protection Agency,
Office of Toxic Substances.

Environmental Protection Agency. (1980). Asbestos containing materials in school buildings:
            Guidance for asbestos analytical programs. Washington D.C.: Environmental
            Protection Agency, Office of Toxic Substances.

Levine, R.J., editor. (1978). Asbestos: An information resource. Washington,D.C.:
Department of Health, Education and Welfare.

NIOSH, OSHA Asbestos Working Group. (1980). Workplace exposure to asbestos.
Washington, D.C.: Department of Health and Human Services.

Box 4

Batelle Corporation-Report to the Consumer Product Safety Commission, 1978
Environmental Protection Agency-Memorandum-Numerical system for assessing exposure to asbestos in schools, 1979
Environmental Analysis Laboratories-Information packet, 1979
Environmental Protection Agency-Technical support document-Asbestos containing materials in public school buildings, 1980
Johns-Manville Sales Corporation-Annual Report, 1977
League of Women Voters-Pamphlets, handbooks, 1970s
U.S. Dept of Justice-Attorney General’s liability report to Congress, 1981

2,4,5-T Background documents; 4 boxes

Box 1

Subject File—Silvex

Adamson, L. (1974). Spray now, pay later? Environmental Action.
Comments of the Dow Chemical Company on the paper, Spray now, pay later?

Environmental Protection Agency—Papers on the Dioxin Monitoring Program, 1974-1975

Box 2

Environmental Protection Agency:
Papers on the Dioxin Monitoring Program, 1974-1975
EPA Meeting to discuss monitoring of TCDD in the environment [correspondence], 1974
Minutes & reports of the Toxicology Working Group , 1976
Silvex and 2,4,5-T position documents

Box 3

Hickey, G.C. (1974). The effects of herbicides in South Vietnam. Washington D.C. 5 parts.

Box 4

Dow Chemical--Exposure, Toxicity & Risk Assessment of 2, 4, 5-T / TCDD [Confidential]

Sub-group II.3 Toxic Chemicals Program-Projects

SERIES 1:  Committees and Meetings

Toxic Substances Control (1977-1980)

Box 1

Toxic Substances Control Act-Committee on Testing Guidelines—Meeting papers, 1977-1978
EPA-Administrator’s Toxic Substances Advisory Committee—Meeting papers, 1978
Conservation Foundation-Dialogue Group Steering Committee—Meeting papers, 1980
Conservation Foundation-National Citizens Program on Toxic Substances Control—Meeting papers
Conservation Foundation-International Toxics Steering Committee—Meeting papers, 1980

Global Resources & Environment Task Force (1980); 9 boxes

Box 1

Correspondence-Global 2000 Report follow-up-List of priority issues, 1980
Memoranda-Tasks, 1980
Media-on Global 2000

Box 2

Task Force Scope—Memoranda, August 1980
White House EOP Information Center—database printouts, August 1980
Program Inventory—Responses of federal agencies to information request, August-September 1980

Box 3

Executive Order 12114 (Environmental effects abroad of major federal actions)-Documents, September 1980
Hearing on Global 2000 Report before the Subcommittee on International Economics & Joint Economics Committee, September 1980
Global 2000 Report—Comments, October 1980

Box 4

Global 2000 Report—Comments, October-November 1980
Global 2000 meeting papers, October 1980
Global 2000-Science, Technology & Development-Memoranda, October 1980

Averting catastrophe: The global challenge. Report of the Subcommittee on International Economics of the Joint Economic Committee, October 10, 1980

Managing the Federal Government: Role of the President—National Academy of Public Administration, October 1980

Task I: Data collection & modeling

Box 5

Task I: Data collection & modeling—draft reports, collected articles
Task II: Underdevelopment & poverty—draft reports
Task III: Ensuring priority federal attention—Recommendations
Task IV: International organizations—Report
Task V: Population—Report
Task VI: Food & loss of agricultural land—Recommendations

Box 6

Task VI: Food & loss of agricultural land—soil conservation
Task VII: Tropical deforestation—Draft recommendations
Task VIII: Species extinction & genetic diversity—Report
Task IX: Global environmental contamination problem—Meeting papers
Task X: Atmospheric & climate problems—Comments
Task XI: Water supply & management—Report
Task XII: Conservation of coastal & marine resources—Recommendations
Task XIII: Renewable energy & energy conservation--Recommendations
Task XIV: Public awareness—Recommendations

Box 7

Office of Technology Assessment—Memoranda, November 1980
Desertification initiatives—Memoranda, November 1980
Conference reports—Memoranda, November 1980

Draft statement of the Task Force to the President, November 1980

American Foreign Policy: More global, less Fun—Harlan Cleveland, U of Minnesota

Global 2000 Report & Task Force activities—Brief comments from Congress, November 1980

The Global future: Ours to create –Task Force report, November 1980

Report of the President’s Task Force on Resources & the Environment (incomplete?)

Draft report of the Global Resources & Environment Task Force—Comments

Global 2000 Citizens Committee, December 1980

U.S. Arms Control & Disarmament Agency—Task Force report submission, December 1980

Box 8

Global Future: Time to Act -Report to the President on Global Resources, Environment &
Population, January 1981

Leadership Conference on Population, Resources, & Environment, January 1981

Box 9

Global Coalition—Agendas, bylaws, February 1981

Entering the 21st Century: The Global 2000 Report. Harry R. Marshall, Acting Assistant Secretary, Bureau of Oceans & Internaitonal, Environmental, & Scientific Affairs, U.S. Dept. of State. Speech before the American Astronautical Society, March 1981

Hazel Henderson—Correspondence & writings [Confidential]

Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (1981-1983)
[Confidential]; 3 boxes

Box 1

Environment Committee-Chemicals Group-Reports, meeting papers, 1982

Box 2

Chemicals Group & Management Committee-Reports, meeting papers, 1983
Special Programme  on the Control of Chemicals-Reports, documents, 1981-1983

Box 3

Special Programme  on the Control of Chemicals-Reports, documents, 1981-1983
Existing Chemicals Project-Reports
Step Systems Group

SERIES 2:  Project Files

Potomac River Basin Water Quality—Collected Reports (1969-1975)

Box 1

U.S. Dept of the Interior Publications:

Lear, D. W., & Jaworski, N. A. (1969). Sanitary bacteriology of the upper Potomac Estuary.
            [Washington, D.C.?]: Chesapeake Technical Support Laboratory, Middle Atlantic Region,
 Federal Water Pollution Control Administration, U.S. Dept. of the Interior.

Jaworski, N. A., Villa, O., & Hetling, L. J. (1969). Nutrients in the Potomac River Basin. [S.l.]:
            Chesapeake Technical Support Laboratory, Middle Atlantic Region, Federal Water Pollution
 Control Administration.

Jaworski, N. A., & Clark, L. J. (1970). Physical data, Potomac River tidal system, including
 mathematical model segmentation. [Washington]: Chesapeake Technical Suppert
Laboratory, Middle Atlantic Region, Federal Water Quality Administration,
 U.S. Dept. of the Interior.

Aalto, J. A., Jaworski, N. A., & Lear, D. W. (1970). Current water quality conditions and
investigations in the Upper Potomac River tidal system. [Annapolis, MD]: Chesapeake
Technical Support Laboratory, Middle Atlantic Region, Federal Water Pollution Control Administration, U.S. Dept. of the Interior.

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Publications:

Clark, L. J. (1972). Mathematical model studies of water quality in the Potomac estuary. [S.l.]:
 Annapolis Field Office, Region III, Environmental Protection Agency.

Clark, L. J., & Jaworski, N. A. (1972). Nutrient transport and dissolved oxygen budget studies in the
            Potomac Estuary. Environmental Protection Agency.

Aalto, J. A. (1972). The Potomac River estuary in the Washington metropolitan area: A history of its
 water quality problems and their solution. Philadelphia: U.S. Environmental Protection
Agency, Annapolis Field Office, Region III.

Interstate Commission on the Potomac River Basin:

Palmer, R. N., & Delp, E. (1976). Critical areas in the Potomac River basin: A review of water
            pollution control in 1975. ICPRB technical publication, 76-4. Bethesda, Md: Interstate
Commission on the Potomac River Basin.

PCBs; 3 boxes
Note: See also: Proposed toxic pollutant effluent standards

Box 1

Legislation, 1975

Army Engineer District-Comments of the Natural Resources Defense Council, et al.  on proposal for maintenance dredging of the Hudson River from New York City to Waterford, 1975

Environmental Protection Agency-Toxic pollutants-Correspondence, statements, 1975

Environmental Protection Agency-Report-Monitoring of the General Electric Hudson Falls facility, 1975

Federal Water Pollution Control Act Section 307—Memoranda, Federal Register, 1973-1974

Food & Drug Administration/HEW-Final environmental impact statement on rulemaking on polychlorinated biphenyls, 1972

Interdisciplinary Task Force on PCBs—PCBs in the Environment (report), 1972

Monsanto Chemical Corporation-Comments to the U.S. Dept of Commerce, 1974

Box 2

Natural Resources Defense Council-PCBs in the Hudson River-Statements, correspondence, 1975

N.O.A.A.-Letter to the EPA on effluent discharge, 1974

Proposed toxic pollutant effluent standards-FWPCA Section 307:
Transcript of testimony-Gerald J. Lauer
Transcript of testimony-Paul Wright
Transcript of testimony-E. Scott Tucker
Transcript of testimony-W.B. Papageorge

Reports/Reprints:
Monsanto Chemical Company
Science journals-PCBs in animals
Science journals-PCBs in fish
Science journals-PCBs in soil

Box 3

PCB data

Toxic Substances and the Workplace (1972-1978); 2 boxes

Box 1

Subject Files:

Farm worker health & safety:
Correspondence, 1972
Hearing before the House Subcommittee on Agricultural Labor, September 1972
Pleadings (non-Environmental Defense Fund), 1972
Report—Pesticide exposure & protection of California workers-Stanford University, 1970
Report—Impact of Federal programs to improve living conditions of workers—Comptroller General, 1973

OSHA proposed rules for the identification, classification & regulation of toxic substances posing a potential occupational carcinogenic risk:
Federal Register, October 1977
OSHA’s cancer policy—Comments of the Environmental Defense Fund, January 1978
OSHA’s generic carcinogen proposal—Report on alternatives—American Industrial Health Council

OSHA Hearing on proposed rules, Docket no. 090:
Notice of intention to appear
Comments—Natural Resources Defense Council, February 1978
Comments—Marvin A. Schneiderman, April 1978
Post hearing brief—Natural Resources Defense Council, Environmental Defense Fund, Urban Environment Conference, October 1978

Box 2

Benzene exposure:
Clippings, 1978, 1980
OSHA standard-draft brief?, no author, no date
Draft letter to Solicitor General Wade H. McCree, Jr., 1978

Lead:
Proposed OSHA standard for exposure to lead, public hearing agenda, 1977
Lead in the Human Environment-Workshop papers, 1978
Journal articles, reports

Occupational Safety & Health—Journal articles, bulletins, 1970s

Wastewater Management-Reports (1973-1975); 2 boxes

Box 1

Bauer Engineering. (1974). Wastewater management opportunities, Boulder, Colorado: A study of
            alternatives. Boulder, CO: Bauer Engineering.

District of Columbia Dept of Environmental Services—Wastewater treatment plant, 1976

Box 2

United States. (1974). Final environmental impact statement District of Columbia water pollution
 control plant: (expansion and upgrading). Philadelphia, PA: Environmental Protection
 Agency Region III.

United States. (1973). Potomac Estuary emergency water pumping station: Draft environmental
statement.

Ralph M. Parsons Co. (1975). Pumped storage project W-133, Montgomery County, MD.
            [Washington, D.C.?]: Ralph M. Parsons Co.

Federal Water Pollution Control Act (1974-1977); 3 boxes

Box 1

Correspondence, 1974, 1977

Federal Water Pollution Control Act—U.S. Dept of the Interior, 1970

Amendments:
Interim staff report of the Subcommittee on Investigations & Review on the amendments to the Federal Water Pollution Control Act
Water quality strategy papers—Environmental Protection Agency, 1974
Legislation—clean water, 1975
Clean Water Coalition meeting papers, ca. 1976
Toxics regulation—testimony of Robert Harris before the Cttee on Public Works & Transportation

Box 2

Amendments:
Toxics regulation—Subcttee on Investigation & Review staff memorandum, 1977
Toxics regulation—Documents—Environmental Protection Agency

Section 208 Planning:
Correspondence—Environmental Defense Fund, 1974
Correspondence—Natural Resources Defense Council, 1974
Non-point source control—Documents—Environmental Protection Agency

Section 404:
Oversight Hearings—Testimony of the Environmental Defense Fund, 1976
Disposal of dredged or fill material—Documents—Environmental Protection Agency

Consent decree—Correspondence—Natural Resources Defense Council, 1977

Box 3

Consent decree—Meeting on consent decree/TSCA monitoring proposal, 1977
National Commission on Water Quality—Report, 1975
Waste treatment facilities—Report—Environmental Protection Agency, 1975

Safe Drinking Water—Louisiana (1974-1977); 3 boxes

Box 1

Correspondence, 1974-1977
Memoranda, 1973-1974

Media:
Clippings
Press releases—EPA / EDF
American Water Works Association Press Conference [Memoranda], 1974

Harris, R.H., Epstein, S.S (1975). Cancer causing substances in drinking water.
            Draft article for The New York Times.

Department of the Interior—Water Situation in Louisiana, 1975-1976
Ecology Center of Louisiana & other citizen groups—Newsletter & correspondence

Environmental Defense Fund (1974). The implications of cancer-causing substances
            in the Mississippi River. Report.

Statement by Ralph Nader, Robert Harris on the Safe Drinking Water Act of 1973
before the Subcommittee on the Environment, Committee on Commerce, U.S. Senate.

Box 2

Petition of the Environmental Defense Fund on behalf of the Ecology Center of Louisiana & Citizens for Lake Action for emergency action on drinking water under the Safe Drinking Water Act, n.d.

EPA—Ad Hoc Study Group to consider organics in drinking water
EPA—Drinking water brochures

Subject Files—Jefferson Parish
Subject Files—Industrial sources of carcinogens in the Mississippi River

Box 3

Data

Vegetation Management with Herbicides (1974-1975); 3 boxes

Box 1

U.S. Department of Agriculture-Forest Service. (1973). Vegetative management project using
            selective herbicides: Colville National Forest, Okanogan & Wenatchee National Forests.

U.S. Department of Agriculture-Forest Service. (1973). Vegetative management project using
            selective herbicides: Mt. Hood, Rogue River & Willamette National Forests.

U.S. Department of Agriculture-Forest Service. (1974). Vegetative management project using
            selective herbicides: Deschutes, Fremont, Ochoco & Winema National Forests.

U.S. Department of Agriculture-Forest Service. (1974). Vegetative management project using
            selective herbicides: Gifford Pinchot, Mt. Baker, Olympic, & Snoqualmie National Forests.

U.S. Department of Agriculture-Forest Service. (1975). Vegetative management project using
            selective herbicides: Malheur, Umatilla, & Wallowa-Whitman National Forests.

Box 2

U.S. Department of Agriculture-Forest Service. (1975). Vegetative management project using
            selective herbicides: Siskiyou, Siuslaw, & Umpqua National Forests.

U.S. Department of Agriculture-Forest Service. (1976). Vegetation management with herbicides.
            Final environmental statement.   

Box 3

U.S. Department of Agriculture-Forest Service-Southern Region. (1975). Vegetation management
            with herbicides: Ozark-St. Francis National Forests. Draft environmental statement.

U.S. Forest Service-Alaska Region. (1975). Herbicide use on national forests of Alaska.
            Final environmental impact statement.

U.S. Forest Service-Alaska Region. (1975). Herbicide use on national forests of Alaska.
            Environmental statement, final addendum.

Safe Drinking Water Act of 1974 (1975-1977); 4 boxes

Box 1

Correspondence, 1975, 1977
Memoranda, 1975-1977

Media—Clippings
Media—Press releases—EPA

Drinking water standards—Federal Register, 1974
Drinking water standards—EPA Advisory Committee, 1973

Box 2

Drinking water standards—Environmental Protection Agency:
Proposed drinking water standards, 1975
National drinking water strategy, 1975
Safe drinking water annual report (incomplete?), 1975
Underground injection control program

Statement of basis and purpose for an amendment to the National Interim Drinking Water Standards for trihalomethanes, 1977

Proposed regulation for chloroform & thms in drinking water

Economic impact analysis of a trihalomethane regulation for drinking water, 1977

Regulations to control organic contaminants in drinking water, ca. 1976

Box 3

Drinking water standards:
Report—Federal Drinking Water Regulation, Nicholas A. Robinson, Esq., 1975
Comments—Clean Water Coalition
Comments--Environmental Defense Fund
Petition for review of interim drinking water standards—Environmental Defense Fund, 1975

Box 4

Drinking water standards:
Petition for review of interim drinking water standards—Environmental Defense Fund, 1975

EPA—National Drinking water Advisory Council

Drinking Water / Water Supply (1975); 7 boxes

Box 1

Subject Files:
Fluoride in water
National Drinking water survey—Environmental Protection Agency

Box 2

National Drinking Water Survey—EDF mailing
Ohio River Basin Commission, Letter of Robert Harris to President Carter, 1978
Organic compounds in drinking water
Second Task Force on Research Planning in Environmental Health Science
Utility company lands—Connecticut
Wastewater—recycling—California
Wastewater—Activated carbon treatment of raw sewage

Box 3

Wastewater—Survey of Two Municipal Wastewater Treatment Plants for Toxic Substances
Water Quality—California
Water Quality—Florida
Water Quality—Illinois
Water Quality—Maryland
Water Quality—Massachusetts
Water Quality—New Mexico
Water Quality—New York

Box 4

Water Quality—New York
Water Quality—Ohio

Box 5

Water Quality—Ohio
Water Quality—Philadelphia

Box 6

Water Quality--Tennessee
Water Quality—Virginia
Water Quality—Wyoming

Box 7

Nader, R., Harris. R.H. (1973). Sorry for the inconvenience, this water is poisoned.
            Typescript submitted to The Nation.

Environmental Defense Fund. (1974). A summary and evaluation of selected state
            drinking water systems. Report.

Harris, R.H., Epstein, S.S. (n.d.). Cancer-causing substances in drinking water.
            Typescript.

Plastic Bottles / Bottle Deposit Legislation (1975, 1977)

Box 1

Correspondence, 1975, 1977

Testimony-Arthur P. Cooley on behalf of EDF on solid waste management, 1977

Reports by topic:
Environmental & health problems of plastic bottles-Natural Resources Defense Council, 1976
Final Environmental Impact Statement-Plastic bottles for carbonated beverages & beer—Federal Drug Administration, 1976
Bottle deposit legislation in Vermont—Jeffords / Webster, 1977

X-rays / Radiation-Collected Reports (1975-1977)

Box 1

United States. (1976). Radiation protection guidance for diagnostic x rays. Federal guidance report,            
            no. 9. Washington: The Agency.

Federal Radiation Council (U.S.). (1961). Background material for the development of radiation
            protection standards. Staff report of the Federal Radiation Council, report no. 2.
            Washington, D.C.: For sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. G.P.O.

National Council on Radiation Protection and Measurements. (1975). Review of the current state of
            radiation protection philosophy: Recommendations of the National Council on Radiation
            Protection and Measurements. Washington: The Council.

United States. (1972). Report on program for control of electromagnetic pollution of the
           environment; the assessment of biological hazards of nonionizing electromagnetic radiation.
           Washington: United States, Office of Telecommunications Policy].

Gitlin, J. N., & Lawrence, P. S. (1966). Population exposure to X-rays, U.S. 1964; A report on the
           Public Health Service X-ray exposure study. [Washington]: U.S. Dept. of Health, Education,
           and Welfare, Public Health Service; [for sale by the Superintendent of Documents,
            U.S. Govt. Print. Off.

Center for Devices and Radiological Health (U.S.), & United States. (1976). Regulations for the
            administration and enforcement of the Radiation Control for Health and Safety Act of 1968.
           Rockville, Md: U.S. Dept. of Health, Education, and Welfare, Public Health Service,
           Food and Drug Administration, Bureau of Radiological Health.

Water Supply—Washington D.C. (1975-1977); 9 boxes
Note: see also Sub-group III.2 Series 1 & 2-Blue Plains Sewage Treatment Plant

Box 1

Correspondence, 1975

American Fisheries Society:
A Review of the EPA Red Book: Quality Criteria for Water, 1978

D.C. Department of Environmental Services:
Position papers (drafts), 1972

Environmental Defense Fund:
Testimony at hearing on Emergency Pumping Station, Potomac Estuary, 1976
Hearings before the House Cttee on the District of Columbia—Correspondence, 1976

Environmental Protection Agency:
Report—Potomac River Enforcement Conference progress meeting, 1972
Report—Potomac Estuary nutrient transport & dissolved oxygen budget studies, 1972

Box 2

Environmental Protection Agency:
Conference proceedings—Pollution of the interstate waters of the Potomac, Vols 1-2, 1970
Water resource-water supply study of the Potomac Estuary, April 1971
Final environmental impact statement-upgrading & expansion of the WSSC Piscataway Wastewater Treatment Facility, 1974

Box 3

Fairfax County Water Authority:
Proposed water supply facilities—Report & map, 1975

Subject file—Green Briar Waste Treatment Facility

Interstate Commission on the Potomac River Basin:
Potomac Basin Reporter, 1974-1975
Report—Water quality, 1974
Report—Water supply, n.d.

Maryland Environmental Services:
Report—Water resource analysis, 1973
Report--Potomac-Metropolitan Area Water Quality Management Plan, 1974

Box 4

Maryland Environmental Services:
Report--Potomac-Metropolitan Area Water Quality Management Plan, 1974

Maryland Water Resources Administration:
Report--Patuxent River Basin Water Quality Management Program, 1977

Box 5

Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments:
Report—modeling
Documents—Chlorophyll a

Montgomery County Advanced Sewage Treatment Plant

National Society of Professional Engineers:
Report—Water supply, 1972

U.S. Department of the Army:
Memorandum—Preliminary program for water supply, n.d.

Box 6

U.S. Department of the Army:
Report—Potomac Estuary as water supply, 1971
Proceedings of public meetings, re: dam and lake projects, 1973
Impact statement supplement—Sixes Bridge Dam & Lake

Box 7

U.S. Department of the Army:
Report—Water supply program alternatives, 1974
Reports—Water supply studies, 1975
Report—Estuary water treatment plant, 1976

U.S. Department of the Interior:
Conference proceedings—Pollution of the interstate waters of the Potomac River Vol. 1, 1969

Box 8

U.S. Department of the Interior:
Conference proceedings—Pollution of the interstate waters of the Potomac River Vols. 2-3, 1969

Progress evaluation meeting—Pollution of the interstate waters of the Potomac River, 1969

Transcript of conference—Pollution of the interstate waters of the Potomac River…, 1958

Box 9

Washington Area Interstate Water Resources Program:
Report—Action program for the metropolitan area, 1972

Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission:
Report—Potomac River, 1974
Report—Wastewater treatment, 1977
Report—Feasibility of land treatment of wastewater, Prince George & Montgomery Counties, 1977

Recombinant DNA Research Regulations (1976-1979); 3 boxes

Box 1

Correspondence—Environmental Defense Fund, 1976-1978
Memoranda—Environmental Defense Fund, 1976-1977

Media—Draft rebuttal to James D. Watson’s May 14, 1978 Washington Post editorial
Media—Journal articles,

Petition of the Environmental Defense Fund and the Natural Resources Defense Council
to the Secretary of Health, Education and Welfare to hold hearings & promulgate regulations
under the Public Health Service Act governing recombinant DNA activities, 1976

Recombinant DNA research—NYS:
Testimony of Burke K. Zimmerman (EDF) before a hearing of the NYS Attorney General’s Office
on recombinant DNA research, October 1976

Report of the New York State Attorney General Louis J. Lefkowitz on recombinant DNA research, 1977

Hearings before the Senate Health Subcommittee on recombinant DNA research:
Comments of Burke K. Zimmerman, September 1976

Hearings before the Senate Subcommittee on Health and Scientific Research of the Senate Committee on Human Resources:
Testimony of the Environmental Defense Fund, April 1977
Testimony of Friends of the Earth
Testimony of Donald S. Fredrickson, Director, NIH

Hearings before the Senate Subcommittee on Science, Technology & Space of the Committee on
Commerce, Science and Transportation:
Testimony of Roy Curtis III
Testimony of Bruce R. Levin
Testimony of Marc Lappe
Testimony of Paul Berg
Testimony of Philip Handler, National Academy of Sciences

Box 2

Legislation:
Interim Report of the Federal Interagency Committee on Recombinant DNA Research: Suggested Elements for Legislation, 1977

Senate & House bills

H.R. 111792 (Recombinant DNA Act)—Comments, 1978
S.1217--Comments

National Institutes of Health—Guidelines for Recombinant DNA Research:
Recombinant DNA research project, Harvard Medical School—FOIA request of the Environmental Defense Fund, 1977

Correspondence—1977, 1979

Proposed guidelines for research involving recombinant DNA molecules, 1976
Comments on proposed guidelines

Hearings on revised NIH guidelines:
Testimony & statements, September 1978

Box 3

National Institutes of Health—Guidelines for Recombinant DNA Research:
Administrative practices supplement to the NIH guidelines for research involving recombinant DNA molecules, 1978

Federal Register—Department of Health, Education and Welfare—NIH:
Proposed revised guidelines, 197-1978

Recombinant DNA Advisory Committee to the Director, NIH:
Copies of correspondence, 1978-1979, 1981
Meeting documents, February 1976
Meeting documents, December 1977
Meeting documents, March 1980

Resource Conservation & Recovery Act-Regulations (1976-1984); 3 boxes

Box 1

Proposed regulations on disposal standards-EPA documents, 1976
Hazardous waste regulations meeting-Summary materials-EPA, 1977
Proposed regulations for classification of solid waste facilities-Comments of Environmental Action
Proposed regulations for classification of solid waste facilities-EPA documents, 1977
Proposed schedule for promulgating regulations under RCRA
Proposed regulations on confidential information-Federal Register, 1978
Guidelines for state solid waste management plans-EPA, 1978
Proposed standards for generators of hazardous waste-EPA, 1978
Proposed regulations for classification of hazardous waste disposal facilities, 1978
Standards for owners & operators of facilities, 1978
RCRA reauthorization amendments-drafts, 1979

Box 2

RCRA reauthorization amendments-Copies of correspondence, 1979
Regulations promulgated May 1980-Copies of correspondence, 1980-1981
Hazardous waste facilities siting-Reports, 1980
Standards applicable to owners & operators of facilities-Comments of the EPA, 1980
Hazardous waste facilities siting-Statute-Chemical Manufacturers Association, 1980
H.R. 7020-Hazardous waste facilities-Letter of EDF to Jeff Goodman, 1980

Box 3

RCRA Hazardous Wastes Handbook, 3rd Ed., Volume 1
Groundwater protection-Notes
RCRA performance goals-Environmental Defense Fund memorandum, 1984

Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA)-Testing Materials for Carcinogenicity (1977-1978);
6 boxes

Box 1

Carcinogenesis Testing Program-National Cancer Institute-National Institutes of Health:

Bioassays:
1,2-Dichloroethane
1,4-Dioxane
1,5-Naphthalenediamine
2-Aminoanthraquinone
1-Amino-2-Methylanthraquinone
2-Amino-5-Nitrothiazole
3-Amino-9-Ethylcarbazole
3-Sufolene
4-Chloro-o-Phenylenediamine
5-Nitro-Anisidine
Acronycine
Aniline Hydrochloride
Aspirin, Caffeine, Phenacetin mixture
Daminozide

Box 2

Bioassays:
ICRF-159
L-Tryptophan
m-Cresidine
N-Phenyl-p-Phenylenediamine
p-Cresidine
Phenoxybenzamine
Phensterin
Trichlorofluoromethane
TRIS

List of chemicals tested for carcinogenicity by the Bioassay Program, 1977

National Cancer Institute (U.S.). (1977). Bioassays of aldrin and dieldrin for possible
            carcinogenicity. Bethesda, Md: Dept. of Health, Education, and Welfare, National Institutes
            of Health, National Cancer Institute, Division of Cancer Cause and Prevention.

National Cancer Institute (U.S.), & Steinberg, M. (1977). Bioassay of photodieldrin for possible
            carcinogenicity. Bethesda, Md: Dept. of Health, Education, and Welfare, National Institutes
            of Health, Division of Cancer Cause and Prevention.

National Cancer Institute (U.S.), & Steinberg, M. (1977). Bioassay of dapsone for possible
            carcinogenicity. Bethesda, Md: Dept. of Health, Education, and Welfare, National Institutes
            of Health, Division of Cancer Cause and Prevention.

Box 3

NIH-Clearinghouse on Environmental Carcinogens-Experimental Design Sub-group:
Meeting minutes, November 2, 1977

NIH-Clearinghouse on Environmental Carcinogens-Chemical Selection Sub-group:
Meeting minutes, November 1 & December 19, 1977

NIH-Clearinghouse on Environmental Carcinogens-Data Evaluation/Risk Assessment Sub-group:
Meeting minutes, January 18, 1978

Clement Associates-Dossiers:
1,1,1-Trichloroethane
1,1,2-Trichloroethane
2-Chloroethyl Vinyl Ether
2,6-Dichloro-4-Nitroaniline
Alkyl Epoxides
Alkyl Phthalates
Alpha-Chlorotoluene
Antimony Trioxide
Benzoyl Chloride
Bis (2-Chloro Ethoxy Methane
Carbon Tetrabromide
Chlorinated Benzenes
Chlorinated Naphthalalenes
Chlorinated Paraffins, 35-64% Chlorine
Chloroethane
Cresols

Box 4

Dossiers:
Ethylene, 1,1-Dichloro-
Formamide
Hexabromobenzene
Hexachloro-1, 3-Butadiene
Hydroquinone
meta-Nitroaniline
meta-Chloroaniline
para-Chloroaniline
N-Phenyl-2-Naphthylamine
Nitrobenzene
Pigment Yellow 12
Polychlorinated Terphenyls
Pyridine
Titanium Dioxide
Toluene
Xylenes

TSCA Interagency Testing Committee:
Initial report to the Administrator, EPA [Federal Register], October 1977

Interagency Collaborative Group on Environmental Carcinogenesis-Meeting minutes,
October 19, 1977

Box 5

TSCA Interagency Testing Committee:
Meeting agendas and papers, 1977-1978

Box 6

National Cancer Institute (U.S.). (1978). Bioassay of 1,1,2,2-tetrachloroethane for possible
            carcinogenicity. Bethesda, Md: Dept. of Health, Education, and Welfare, Public Health
            Service, National Institutes of Health, National Cancer Institute, Division of Cancer Cause
            and Prevention.

National Cancer Institute (U.S.). (1978). Bioassay of 2-methyl-1-nitroanthraquinone for possible
            carcinogenicity. Bethesda, Md: Dept. of Health, Education, and Welfare, Public Health
            Service, National Institutes of Health, National Cancer Institute, Division of Cancer Cause
            and Prevention.

National Cancer Institute (U.S.). (1978). Bioassay of 3,3'-iminobis-1-propanol dimethanesulfonate
            (ester) hydrochloride (IPD) for possible carcinogenicity. Bethesda, Md: Dept. of Health,
            Education, and Welfare, Public Health Service, National Institutes of Health, National Cancer
            Institute, Division of Cancer Cause and Prevention.

National Cancer Institute (U.S.). (1977). Bioassay of lindane for possible carcinogenicity:
            [CAS no. 58-89-9]. DHEW publication, no. (NIH) 77-814. Bethesda, Md: U.S. Dept. of
            Health, Education, and Welfare, Public Health Service, NIH.

National Cancer Institute (U.S.). (1978). Bioassay of nitrofen for possible carcinogenicity. Bethesda,
            Md: Dept. of Health, Education, and Welfare, Public Health Service, National Institutes of
           Health, National Cancer Institute, Division of Cancer Cause and Prevention.

National Cancer Institute (U.S.). (1977). Bioassay of tetrachloroethylene for possible
            carcinogenicity. Bethesda, Md: U.S. Dept. of Health, Education, and Welfare, Public Health
           Service, National Institutes of Health, National Cancer Institute, Division of Cancer Cause
           and Prevention, Carcinogenesis Program, Carcinogen Bioassay and Program Resources
           Branch.

Clement Associates. (1977). Information dossiers on substances designated by TSCA Interagency
           Testing Committee. Washington: Clement Associates.

Benzene-Emissions Standards / Effects on Health—Collected Reports (1977-1981);
4 boxes

Box 1

EDF—Petition to the Environmental Protection Agency to add benzene to list of major pollutants under section 112 of the Clean Air Act, 1977

EPA—Copies of correspondence re: health effects
EPA—Copies of correspondence from oil & chemical companies

United States. (1978). Standard support environmental impact statement for control of benzene
            from the maleic anhydride industry. Research Triangle Park, N.C.: The Agency.

EPA—Draft proposed standards for benzene emissions from coke by-product recovery plants, 1981

Boxes 2-3

Mawn, P. E. (1976). Economic impact of stage II vapor recovery regulations: Working memoranda.
 Research Triangle Park, N.C.: Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Air Waste
 Management, Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards.

Walker, P. (1976). Air pollution assessment of benzene. McLean, Virginia: the Mitre corporation.

United States. (1977). Benzene health effects assessment. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Environmental
 Protection Agency, Office of Research and Development.

Pellizzari, E. D. (1978). Quantification of chlorinated hydrocarbons in previously collected
 air samples. Research Triangle Park, N.C.: The Office.

Turner, F. C., Felten, J. R., & Kittrell, J. R. (1978). Cost of benzene reduction in gasoline to the
petroleum refining industry. Research Triangle Park, N.C.: Environmental Protection
Agency, Office of Air and Waste Management, Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards.

Box 4

Manning, J. A., & Johnson, R. (1977). Atmospheric benzene emissions. Cincinnati, OH:
PEDco Environmental.

Mara, S. J., & Lee, S. S. (1977). Human exposures to atmospheric benzene. Menlo Park, Calif:
            Stanford Research Institute.

Toxic Substances Control Act (1977-1980); 5 boxes

Box 1

General:
Toxic substances print comparing S.426 as passed by the Senate & House
Federal Register, 1979-1980
Environmental Protection Agency—brochure, 1977
Media—articles

Section 4e-Interagency Testing Committee
Interagency Testing Committee-Federal Register-Report to the Administrator, 1977
Interagency Testing Committee-Citizens for a Better Environment-Comments on reporting regulations, 1978
Interagency Regulatory Liaison Group-Report-Scientific Bases for Identifying Potential Carcinogens & their Risks, n.d.

Section 5-Pre-manufacture Notification:
Pre-manufacture notification rules, draft--EPA
Pre-manufacture notification requirements—EDF comments
Pre-manufacture testing guidelines—EDF draft comments

Box 2

Section 5- Pre-manufacture Notification:
Pre-manufacture testing—EPA draft document, 1979
Pre-manufacture notices-Conservation Foundation-Report, 1980
Section 5 (h)(4)-EPA-Analytical reports, 1982
Pre-manufacture notices-Office of Technology Assessment-Report, 1982

Section 8-Inventory Reporting:
Requirements-Federal Register, 1977
Work group meeting notes, 1977
Letter of environmentalists to Douglas Costle, 1977
American Petroleum Institute-List of generic terms, 1977
Natural Resources Defense Council-Comments, 1977
Substantial risk reporting-EDF-Comments, 1977-1978

Box 3

Section-Pre-manufacture Notification:

Conservation Foundation-Report on PMNs, 1980
EPA-TSCA Chemicals-in-Progress Bulletin, Vol. 1, nos. 2&4, Vol.2, nos. 1-2

Arthur D. Little, Inc. (1978). Impact of TSCA proposed premanufacturing notification requirements.
            Washington: Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Planning and Evaluation.

United States. (1980). Regulatory analysis proposed premanufacture notification and review
            procedures: Toxic Substances Control Act, section 5. Washington, D.C.: Chemical Control
            Division, Office of Toxic Substances, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.

United States. (1980). Economic impact analysis of proposed section 5 notice requirements.
            Washington, D.C.: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Pesticides and Toxic
            Substances.
           
Box 4

Section 12(b):
Chemical Manufacturers Association-Petition to amend regulation respecting compliance, 1980

Labeling:
EDF-Petition to the Consumer Product Safety Commission, 1978
Conference on Labeling & Distribution in the Workplace-papers, 1978
National Poison Center Network-information packet, n.d.

Council on Environmental Quality:
Toxic Substances Strategy Committee-Federal Register / notices, 1977
Toxic Substances Strategy Committee-Report-Toxic Chemicals & Public Protection, 1980

Environmental Defense Fund:
Monitoring activities-summaries, 1977
Oversight Hearings on the Toxic Substances Control Act-Testimony, 1978

EPA-Office of Toxic Substances-Activity reports, 1982

U.S. International Trade Commission-Reports-Production of selected synthetic organic chemicals, 1977-1980

Box 5

Chemical use classification system [EPA]-Memoranda
Chemical use classification system-Phase II report

Fyrol (1977)
See also: TRIS

Box 1

Flame retardants (General)-Legislation
Flame retardants-(General)-Correspondence & notes

Correspondence:
Memoranda, notes, 1977
Consumer Product Safety Commission, 1977
Copies of correspondence-retailers, chemical companies

Media-Press releases, clippings, 1977

Consumer Product Safety Commission:
Internal memoranda on fyrol, 1977
Public meeting on fyrol-Testimony of Robert Harris (Environmental Defense Fund), October 1977
Meeting on fyrol-Transcript excerpt, October 1977

Data (reports & letters)-Mutagenicity, 1977

Food Additives / Saccharin (1977); 2 boxes

Box 1

Food Additives:

Hearings before the Senate Select Committee on Small Business-Food additives: Competitive, Regulatory & Safety Problems, Part 1, January 1977

Food additives—Journal articles, magazine articles, 1976-1977
Diet & cancer—Journal articles, 1976-1977

Box 2

Saccharin:

Correspondence, 1979
Media-Clippings & press releases, 1977

Hearings before the House Subcommittee on Health & the Environment of the Committee on Interstate & Foreign Commerce-Proposed saccharin ban-Oversight, March 1977

Comments—Environmental Defense Fund on the FDA’s rules on use & reclassification, 1977
Testimony & statements—Non-Environmental Defense Fund, 1977
Conference announcement-Society for Occupational & Environmental Health on saccharin policy issues, 1977
Articles

Women and Toxic Chemicals (1977-1980); 2 boxes

Box 1

Subject Files:

Breast milk—Report—Environmental Defense Fund, 1977
Breast milk—Senate Committee Hearings—Testimony, June 1977
Breast milk—Articles

Des—Media clippings, 1979
Des—Research notes, undated
Des—Brochures—U.S. Dept of Health & Human Services
Des—Journal articles

Box 2

Subject Files:

Hormones & cancer—Journal articles
Toxins & pregnancy—Teratoggenic prevention—Journal articles
Toxic chemicals & reproduction—papers—Friends of the Earth, 1980
Women & the environmental movement—Articles
Women & workplace exposure—Newsletters, 1980

Hair Dyes—Toxicity (1977-1978); 4 boxes

Box 1

Correspondence—Legislation, 1977
Memoranda—Legal issues, 1978
Memorandum—Toxicity of hair dye, 1978
Memoranda—FDA—Risk assessment, 1978

Press releases—EDF, 1978

Citizen petition for warning labels on hair dye—EDF, 1977

Testimony before the Subcommittee on Oversight & Investigations:
Environmental Defense Fund
Statements by the Industry
NCI
NIOSH
FDA

Recommendations to the Federal Trade Commission re: hair dye risk, draft report, 1978

Food & Drug Administration:
Proposed regulations re: 4MMPD in coal tar hair dyes—Comments of Cosmetic, Toiletries &
Fragrances Association
Review of 4MMPD National Cancer Institute Study, 1978

Journal articles:
Benzidine

Box 2

Journal articles:
Hair Dyes—General
Hair Dyes—Epidemiology—Hair dyes & cancer
Mutagenicity
Teratogenicity

Lead Acetate:
Correspondence & Minutes of the FDA, Petitioners for lead acetate
Federal register notices
FDA’s proposal to postpone closing date for lead acetate—EDF comments

Box 3

Lead Acetate:
Documents—skin absorption

Data:
Chemicals found in hair dye

Box 4

Journal articles
Media—Clippings

Consumer Product Safety Commission: Carcinogen Regulation (1978); 1 box

Box 1

Petition of the Environmental Defense Fund for rulemaking under Section 27 (b) and (e) of the Consumer Product Safety Act to require the identification and testing of ingredients in certain consumer products, before the Consumer Product Safety Commission

Proposal for a statement of policy and procedures for classifying and regulating carcinogens, Commissioner R. David Pittle, February 1978

Memorandum-Proposed draft guidelines for a carcinogen policy-CPSC, December 1977
Memorandum-Proposed carcinogen policies, 1978
Memorandum-Proposed policy and procedures on carcinogens-CPSC, 1978
Memorandum-Carcinogen Program resource planning options, 1978

Report-Project to obtain information for chemical consumer products-for the CPSC, 1976

Cosmetics Safety (1978-1979); 2 boxes

Box 1

Correspondence—FDA Cosmetic Program budget, 1979
Cosmetics legislation, lobbying coalition, 1979
Testimony before the Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations, July 19, 1979
Proposed legislation
Subject files—Cosmetics, general
Subject files—1,4 Dioxane
Subject files--AETT
Subject files—Captan
Subject files--Coumarin
Subject files—Nitrosamines
Subject files—Safrole

Box 2

Walrath, J. (1977). Cancer incidence amongst cosmetologists. A dissertation presented to the
faculty of the Graduate School of Yale University in candidacy for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy

New Source Performance Standards (1978-1979); 1 box

Box 1

Kraft Pulp Mills—Draft guideline document: Control of TRS emissions—Environmental Protection Agency
Grain Elevator Industry—Standards support and Environmental Impact Statement: Promulgated standards for performance
Non-Metallic Mineral Processing plants emissions—Proposed Rule—Environmental Protection Agency
Non-Metallic Mineral Processing plants—Standards support and Environmental Impact Statement

Resource Conservation and Recovery Act: Comments & Testimony (1978-1981); 2 boxes

Box 1

Comments:

Environmental Defense Fund on the EPA’s proposed rule for public participation in programs under the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act, the Safe Drinking Water Act, and the Clean Water Act, October 6, 1978.

Comments of the Environmental Defense Fund on the Environmental Protection Agency’s draft regulations of section 3010 (a) of the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act, 1978

Manufacturing Chemists Association comments on EPA’s proposed RCRA sections 3001, 3002, 3003 and 3004 regulations, March 1979

California Dept of Health Services, Comments on proposed part 250 federal hazardous waste guidelines and regulations, March 1979

National Governor’s Association-Hazardous Waste Management Task Force, Subcommittee on Waste Management, comments and recommendations to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency regarding the proposed rules for hazardous waste management 40 CFR part 250 subparts A,B,D, March 1979

Comments of the National Wildlife Federation on the Environmental Protection Agency’s proposed regulations implementing section 3002 and 3004 of the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act, March 1979

Comments of the Environmental Defense Fund on the Environmental Protection Agency’s proposed regulations implementing sections 3001, 3002 and 3004 of the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act, March 1979

Comments of the Environmental Defense Fund on the EPA’s proposed consolidated permit regulations, 40 CFR sections 122, 123 and 124, 1979

Comments of the Environmental Defense Fun on the technical and economic reports concerning the proposed small generator exemption from the requirements of section 3002 of the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act, February 1980

Comments of the Environmental Defense Fund on the interim status requirements for underground injection pursuant to section 3004 of RCRA, July 1980

Comments of the Environmental Defense Fund and the Natural Resources Defense Council on the interim final domestic sewage exemption from the subtitle C requirements of RCRA July 1980

Comments of the Environmental Defense Fund on the Stablex Corporation’s request for clarification and / or petition to exclude a hazardous waste and request for temporary exclusion, January 1981

Comments of the Environmental Defense Fund on the interim standards for owners and operators of new hazardous waste land disposal facilities, as published at 46 Fed. Reg. 12414, April 1981

Supplementary comments of the Environmental Defense Fund on the Stablex Corporation’s request for clarification and / or petition to exclude hazardous waste and request for temporary exclusion, May, 1981

Box 2

Testimony:

Testimony of the Leslie Dach on behalf of the Environmental Defense Fund before the House Subcommittee on Oversight & Investigations of the Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce on the Subject of the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act., October 30, 1978

Statement of the Environmental Defense Fund on the Environmental Protection Agency’s proposed regulations implementing section 3001 of the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act, February 1979

Statement of the Environmental Defense Fund on the EPA’s proposed regulations implementing section 3002 of the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act, February 22, 1979

Statement of the Environmental Defense Fund on the EPA’s proposed regulations implementing section 3004 of the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act, February 22, 1979

Statement of Thomas C. Jorling before the Subcommittee on Transportation and Commerce, Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce, House of Representatives, March 27, 1979

Statement by Bruce D. Davis, Executive V.P., Industrial Chemicals Group, Hooker Chemical Company on Love Canal, before the U.S. House of Representatives, Subcommittee on Oversight & Investigations of the Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce, April 10, 1979

Testimony of Dr. Beverley Paigen on health hazards at Love Canal, presented to the House Subcommittee on Oversight & Investigations, March 21, 1979

Testimony of William C. Hennessey, Commissioner of Transportation and Chairman of the Governor’s Task Force on Love Canal, presented to U.S. House Subcommittee on Oversight & Investigation, March 21, 1979

Statement of Robert F. Flacke, Commissioner, NYS Dept of Environmental Conservation before the House Subcommittee on Oversight & Investigations, March 21, 1979

Testimony of Lois M. Gibbs, President, Love Canal Homeowners Association, before the House Subcommittee on Oversight & Investigations, March 21, 1979

Statement of Hon. Albert Gore, Jr. on Love Canal before the House Subcommittee on Oversight & Investigations, Committee on Interstate & Foreign Commerce, March 21, 1979

Testimony of the Environmental Defense Fund on the EPA’s implementation of RCRA before the Subcommittee on Transportation & Commerce, Committee on Interstate & Foreign Commerce, March 27, 1979

Statement of Leslie Dach on behalf of the Environmental Defense Fund on the EPA’s proposed consolidated permit regulations, July 24, 1979

Statement of A. Blakeman Early on behalf of the Sierra Club on the EPA’s implementation of hazardous waste regulations, August 1979

Statement of the Environmental Defense Fund & the Sierra Club on issues relating to the creation of a post-closure liability fund, before the House Subcommittee on Transportation & Commerce, Interstate & Foreign Commerce Committee, July 1980

Testimony of Louis P. Gaeta, Assistant Executive Officer, NJ Board of Public Utilities, on New Jersey landfills, presented to the House Subcommiteee on Oversight & Investigations of the Committee on Energy & Commerce, June 9, 1981

Statement of Richard T. Dewling, Deputy Regional Adminstrator, EPA Region 2, on New Jersey landfills, before the House Subcommittee on Oversight & Investigations, Committee on Energy & Commerce, June 9, 1981

Testimony of Frederick E. Jahn, Administrator, Freehold Township, New Jersey, on New Jersey landfills, before the House Subcommittee on Oversight & Investigations, Committee on Energy & Commerce, June 9, 1981

Hazardous Waste-Surface Impoundment Assessment (1978-1981); 3 boxes

Box 1

Reports:

Mid-Atlantic region-Summary appraisal of groundwater resources—U.S. Geological Survey
South Atlantic Gulf region-Summary appraisal of groundwater resources-U.S. Geological Survey
Pacific NW-Summary appraisal of groundwater resources-U.S. Geological Survey
Rio Grande region-Summary appraisal of groundwater resources-U.S. Geological Survey
Souris-Red-Rainy region-Summary appraisal of groundwater resources-U.S. Geological Survey
Great Basin region-Summary appraisal of groundwater resources-U.S. Geological Survey
Great Lakes region-Summary appraisal of groundwater resources-U.S. Geological Survey
Caribbean region-Summary of appraisal of groundwater resources-U.S. Geological Survey
Alaska-Summary appraisal of groundwater resources-U.S. Geological Survey
Arkansas-Summary appraisal of groundwater resources-U.S. Geological Survey
Arizona-Surface Impoundment Assessment-AZ Dept of Health Services
California-Summary appraisal of groundwater assessment-U.S. Geological Survey
California-Citizens for a Better Environment-Hazardous waste management in the San Francisco Bay Area
Upper Colorado region-Summary appraisal of groundwater resources—U.S. Geological Survey

Box 2

Lower Colorado region-Summary appraisal of groundwater resources-U.S. Geological Survey
Connecticut-Surface Impoundment Assessment-CT Dept of Health Services
Florida-Surface Impoundment Assessment-FL Dept of Environmental Regulation
Hawaii region-Summary appraisal of groundwater resources
Illinois-Surface Impoundment Assessment-IL EPA
Massachusetts-Surface Impoundment Assessment-Dept of Environmental Quality Engineering
Lower Mississippi region-Summary appraisal of groundwater resources-U.S. Geological Survey
Missouri Basin region-Summary appraisal of groundwater resources-U.S. Geological Survey
Montana-Surface Impoundment Assessment-Environmental Protection Agency

Box 3

North Carolina-Surface Impoundment Assessment-Dept of Natural Resources
Ohio-Summary appraisal of groundwater resources-U.S. Geological Survey
Tennessee-Summary appraisal of groundwater resources-U.S. Geological Survey
Texas Gulf region-Summary appraisal of groundwater resources-U.S. Geological Survey
Virginia-Surface Impoundment Assessment
Surface Impoundment Assessment-Guidance-EPA

Hazardous Waste Sites—Tennessee (1978-1983); 1 box

Box 1

Subject Files:
Bumpass Cove—Correspondence (copies)
Hardeman County—Reports
Hardeman County Landfill—Reports, 1978-1979
Hardeman County Landfill—Closure Plan, 1979
Hardeman County Landfill—Biological Water Quality Survey, 1979
Republic Builders Products Corporation—Correspondence (copies), 1983

Acid Rain Subject Files (1979-1983); 2 boxes

Box 1

Acid Rain—Memoranda, 1980
Acid Rain—Conferences-Memoranda, 1980
Acid Rain control—Memoranda, reports, statements, 1983
Acid rain control-Interstate effects-Reports, articles
Acid rain-Legal strategy-Memoranda, 1983
NCAC meeting papers
National Wildlife Federation statements, 1981

Box 2

CFCs—Testimony, memoranda, 1981
Acid rain in Minnesota-EPA reports
Motor vehicle emissions of nitrogen oxides-Report of the Office of Technology Assessment, 1981

Water Quality Classification and Standards—New York State (1979); 1 box

Box 1

Correspondence-Received from Tom Whyatt, Hudson River Sloop Clearwater, Inc.

New York State Dept of Environmental Conservation Hearings-Testimony

Proposed water quality standards—Hudson River Sloop Clearwater, Inc.-Memoranda, 1980
Proposed water quality standards—NYS Dept of Environmental Conservation documents

Asbestos in Hair Dryers (1979); 2 boxes

Box 1

Petition of the Environmental Defense Fund for an order under s. 15 (c) and (d) of the Consumer Product Safety Act prohibiting the further sale of hair dryers containing asbestos materials, and requiring the repair and replacement of such dryers which have already been distributed in commerce; Before the Consumer Product Safety Commission, March 29, 1979

Response to the petition of the Environmental Defense Fund by the Consumer Product Safety Commission, June 1979

Media—Press releases—Environmental Defense Fund
Media—Clippings
Media—EMV & WRC-TV documents on asbestos in hair dryers

Correspondence—Letters from the public

Hearings before the House Subcommittee on Consumer Protection & Finance of the Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce—Testimony of the Environmental Defense Fund, April 1979

Johns-Manville Corporation:
Presentation of Paul Kotin before the Consumer Product Safety Commission, 1977
Report of the Johns-Manville Corporation on Hair Dryer Asbestos Emissions, April 1979
Response of the Environmental Defense Fund to the Johns-Manville report

Box 2

Consumer Product Safety Commission:
Review of asbestos use in consumer products, April 1978
Memoranda & correspondence, 1979

April 2, 1979: Statement of Susan B. King, Chairman, U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission before the Subcommittee on Consumer of the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation

CPSC Bulletin, May 1979
List of hair dryers & manufacturers

EMV Associates-Reports, 1979

National Institute for Occupational Safety & Health:
Hair Dryer test results
Final report for the testing of hair dryers for asbestos emissions, October 1979
Review of NIOSH testing of 30 hand held & standing hair dryers for asbestos release—William Nicholson, Mount Sinai School of Medicine

Love Canal (1979-1981) [Confidential]; 8 boxes

Box 1

Correspondence, 1980
Memoranda, 1979
Media, 1979-1982

Westat Inc. (Research Corporation)—Proposal to the Environmental Defense Fund for telephone survey, 1979

Proposed study of the Environmental Defense Fund of peripheral nerve damage at Love Canal, 1980

The Niagara Falls Family Health Study Questionnaire:
Memoranda—Pre-survey mailings, 1980
Memoranda—Review panel
Questionnaire, 1980
Data—Homeowner control population-health questionnaire

Box 2

Data—Homeowner control population-health questionnaire
Sample questionnaires
Neurology study consent forms
Janette Sherman correspondence
Thomas Panel-Correspondence

Environmental Protection Agency documents:
Memoranda, 1978-1979

Box 3

Environmental Protection Agency documents:
Environmental sampling
“Environmental monitoring at Love Canal” Volume 1, May 1982

Zweig, M.P., Boyd G.M. (1981). The federal connection: A history of U.S. military involvement in the             toxic contamination of Love Canal and the Niagara frontier region: An interim report to New      State Assembly Speaker Stanley Fink. Albany: NYS Assembly Task Force on Toxic
            Substances.  [Removed for cataloging]

New York State Department of Health documents:
—EDF Memoranda, 1979
From the files of Lois Gibbs, Love Canal Homeowners Association
Air sampling data
Air quality of basements in area
Data on epidemiologic studies

Box 4

New York State Department of Health documents:
On health risks
Water samples

Box 5

Hooker Chemical—Memoranda, 1970, 1978
Survey data: residents’ list & rental registry
Survey data: list of homeowners requesting appraisal

Box 6

New York State Department of Health:
Documents pertaining to Dr. Beverly Paigen’s dispute with Commissioner David Axelrod-
Memoranda and correspondence

Boxes 7-8

Love Canal Health Studies & neurology study subjects

Hazardous Waste Sites / Superfund Sites—Michigan; 2 boxes

Box 1

Media-Clippings
Dioxins-Citizens petition for investigation-EDF recommendation for Government Accountability Project
Local environmental groups-Correspondence
Granger Landfill-Report-Peoples Action League, 1981
Gratiot County Landfill-Reports, 1979-1982

Box 2

Impacts of hazardous waste sites—Report—Southeast Michigan Council of Governments
Ott/Story Chemical Company—Reports, copies of correspondence

Hazardous Waste Sites / Superfund Sites—New York (1979-1980); 2 boxes

Box 1

Subject Files:

Argyle, New York-notes
Binghamton State Office Building-clippings
Hyde Park-Bloody Run-Court documents
Hyde Park-Bloody Run-Hooker chemical report (confidential)

Box 2

New York State Hazardous Waste Program-Progress report, December 1979
New York State Dept of Environmental Conservation-Reports
New York State Environmental Facilities Corporation
Pollution Abatement Services site, Oswego-Work plan

Superfund Legislation (1979-1984); 2 boxes

Box 1

H.R. 7020 (Superfund) bill-Summaries
Superfund-EDF memoranda, fact sheets, 1979-1982
National Contingency Plan-National Response Team meeting minutes, 1981
Victims’ compensation-Memoranda, 1980

Oversight Hearings before the Senate Subcommittee on Environmental Polltuion:
Testimony on behalf of the Chemicals Manufacturers Association
Testimony on behalf of the Natural Resources Defense Council

Liability provision-Memoranda (copies), 1983
Site cleanup-Work group memorandum, 1984
Public participation-Community correspondence, 1983

Box 2

Superfund Reauthorization:
Correspondence / Press release-EDF, 1984

Before the Commerce, Transportation & Tourism Subcommittee-Energy & Commerce Committee:
American Insurance Association, November 16, 1983
Environmental Defense Fund
Environmental Law Institute
Chemical Manufacturers Association
Ohio Environmental Protection Agency
Crum & Forster Insurance Companies

Before the Commerce, Transportation and Tourism Subcommittee-Energy & Commerce Committee:
Testimony—Janet S. Hathaway, Public Citizen’s Congress Watch, March 1984
Testimony-Leslie Dach, National Audubon Society
Testimony-National Wildlife Federation

Dioxins (1979-1987); 4 boxes

Box 1

Chronological Files:
1979-Rulemaking under the Toxic Substances Control Act
1980-Chlorinated Dioxins Work Group
1980-Miscellaneous
1981-Chlorinated Dioxins Work Group-EPA (?)
1981-Dioxins in water- Canada
1982-Hazardous waste clean up
1982-Dioxins Work Group-EPA (?)
1983-Miscellaneous
1984-Petition by the EDF / NWF pursuant to the Toxic Substances Control Act section 21

Box 2

1984-Petition by the EDF / NWF pursuant to the Toxic Substances Control Act section 21
1985- Petition by the EDF / NWF pursuant to the Toxic Substances Control Act section 21

Box 3

1985- Petition by the EDF / NWF pursuant to the Toxic Substances Control Act section 21
1985-Petitions pursuant to the Toxic Substances Control Act
1985-EPA-Status of Dioxin research
1985-Proposed rules under the Toxic Substances Control Act
1986-Incinerators
1987

Box 4

1987-Miscellaneous

Hazardous Waste Sites—Memphis, Tennessee (1980-1981)

Box 1

Correspondence:
FOIA request
Brother Greene (copies)
People of Woodstock (1 item)
Shelby County
David Wilson & the EPA

Media-Clippings

Comments—EDF-Memphis Study Project Technical Plan

Meetings-Partial transcript-EPA?-Shannon Elementary School
Meetings-Notes of a meeting with Bill Morris
Meetings-EPA Metro Area Environmental Task Force

Hearings on issues affecting Memphis before Subcommittee on Oversight & Investigations:
Statements, April 1980

Box 2

Hearings on issues affecting Memphis before Subcommittee on Oversight & Investigations:
Transcript, April 1980

Depositions from local citizens on health concerns, pesticides disposal, 1980

Subject Files:
Center for Disease Control Health Survey
Chlordane
Dental Studies (journal articles)

Box 3

Subject Files:
Frayser, Memphis
Frayser, Memphis-Studies
Frayser, Memphis-Questionnaire (confidential-closed)

Box 4

Subject Files:
Hollywood Dump-Clean-up
Hollywood Dump-EPA reports
Memphis-Toxics data
Memphis-EPA reports
Memphis-Autopsy report (Confidential-closed)
Memphis-Water
Pesticides-Reprints

Boxes 5-7

EDF Bibliography of Environmental Data:
Subject index
Background documents
Frayser / Steele Street area
Hollywood Site area

Resource Conservation & Recovery Act-Section 3004 (Financial Requirements of
Owners & Operators of Hazardous Waste Facilities (1980); 1 box

Box 1

Environmental Protection Agency—Correspondence (2 items), 1980

International Research and Technology Corporation. (1979). Hazardous waste management issues
 pertinent to Section 3004 of the Resource conservation and recovery act of 1976.
Washington: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.

Comments & testimony, 1980

Resource Conservation & Recovery Act-Extraction Procedure (ca. 1980-1981); 1 box

Box 1

Memoranda-Environmental Defense Fund, 1981

Reports & documents by author:
American Society for Testing & Materials
Electric Power Research Institute
Environmental Protection Agency

Water quality criteria-Federal Register, 1975, 1980
Chemical Manufacturers Association-Position paper on EPA’s 1980 water quality criteria

Notes

Resource Conservation & Recovery Act-Leachates (ca. 1980-1981); 1 box

Box 1

Reports arranged by author/contractor:

American Petroleum Institute-Comments on hazardous waste guidelines-extraction procedure, 1979
Electric Power Research Institute-ASTM LEachate Test Evaluation Program, 1979
Environmental Defense Fund-Extraction procedure-Correspondence, 1981
Environmental Protection Agency-Leaching test methods
Environmental Protection Agency-Leachate generation procedures, 1980
National Bureau of Standards-Analysis & modeling of the leaching process, undated
U.S. Dept of Commerce-Evaluation of leaching test methods, 1978
U.S. Dept of Energy-Fossil energy waste, general sampling guideline, 1981
U.S. Dept of Energy-Phase II Supp. Leaching Program-Leachate from Reference Fly Ash, 1981

Resource Conservation & Recovery Act-Hazardous Waste Disposal (ca. 1980-1982);
2 boxes

Box 1

Hazardous waste disposal—Media
Hazardous waste disposal-Technology-Report
Incinerator standards-Copies of correspondence, fact sheets, articles, brief, 1981

Box 2

Industrial boilers-Memorandum, report
National Campaign on Toxics-Media
Operation CLEAN (organization)
Vulcanus (Incineration vessel)-Copies of correspondence

Hazardous Waste—New Jersey (1980-1981); 2 boxes

Box 1

Media—Clippings
Media—Newsletters
Media—Coalition for a United Elizabeth-newsletter, testimony

Hearing on landfill sites before the Committee on Oversight & Investigations-testimony, 1981

Solid Waste Management Act
Rules concerning discharges of Petroleum & other hazardous substances-NJ Dept of Environmental Protection

Bridgeport Oil & Rental Services facility-Report, correspondence
Burnt Fly Bog-Reports
Hazardous Waste Advisory Commission-Draft report, 1979
Lipari Landfill-Reports, clippings

Box 2

Rollins Environmental Services Logan Plant

Hazardous waste-Conferences & Meetings (1980-1982); 1 box

Box 1

Waste Alert Conference-Memorandum, background papers, 1980
Ohio Waste Alert Conference-Background papers, 1980
Financial requirements for hazardous waste facilities-Meeting on re-proposed regulations, 1980
EPA-Emergency Response Work Group-Discussion papers, 1981
Superfund Update Conference-Agenda, June 1982
American Insurance Association Annual Meeting-Proceedings, 1982

Hazardous Waste Sites (1980-1985); 9 boxes

Box 1

Arkansas-Fort Smith-EPA correspondence (copies) 1982
Arkansas-Vertac Chemical Corporation-Assessment Proposal, 1981
Arkansas-Gramlich Site-PCB removal-Correspondence, 1982

California-Toxic chemicals-EDF letter to Governor Brown, undated
California-McColl dump site-Clippings, correspondence (copies), 1980
California-Stringfellow Acid Pits-Testimony of Peggy Newman
Calfornia-Stringfellow Acid Pits-Closure-Reports

Illinois-Bureau Co. hazardous waste dump-Documents
Illinois-Hillside Stone Quarry-Documents
Illinois-Sheffield Facility-Closure & post-closure plan

Box 2

Illinois-Sheffield Facility-Closure & post-closure plan

Box 3

Indiana-Neal’s Landfill-Field Investigation Task Report to the EPA (Confidential)
Indiana-Seymour Site-Cleanup-Memoranda (copies), 1981
Indiana-Seymour Site-Groundwater Survey-EPA, 1980

Kansas-Arkansas City Site-Remedial action feasibility study, 1981

Kentucky-Conference on land disposal, incineration & treatment of h.w.-agenda & notes, 1982

Box 4

Louisiana-Hazardous Waste Management Plan, ca. 1978
Louisiana-Calcasieu Parish Coastal Management Plan, undated
Louisiana-Calcasieu Site-Correspondence, 1982
Louisiana-Calcasieu Site-Clippings
Louisiana-Calcasieu Site-Site Boring Master Plan 1977-1982 (excerpts)

Maryland-Landfills-Clippings

Massachusetts-Hazardous waste sites in Woburn-Report-Tufts University, 1980

Minnesota-Fridley Plant-EDF letter to Robert Dunn, 1983
Minnesota-Reilly Tar Facility-Field Investigation Task Report to the EPA (Confidential), undated

Missouri-Dioxins-EPA documents

Box 5

Missouri-Dioxins-EPA documents

New Hampshire-Kingston Site-Field Investigation Task Report to the EPA (Confidential)

New York-Hyde Park landfill-Court documents

Ohio-Jackson County- Deep injection well-data
Oklahoma-Scipio Farms-data
Oregon-Eugene dump sites-Clippings

Texas-Motco-Monitoring of receptors-Draft report-For the EPA, 1981

Box 6

Utah—Chevron facility—Groundwater Protection Standard, 1985

West Virginia-Fairmont Coke Works-Environmental Reconnaissance Report

Box 7

Arizona-Artley Flue facility-Closure plan, 1984
California-Witco Chemical Corporation-Copies of correspondence, 1983
Colorado-Lowry Landfill-Closure plan-Correspondence, 1984
Colorado-Lowry Landfill-Groundwater-Copies of correspondence, 1984
Georgia-Wilkinson County Site-Copies of correspondence, legislation
Missouri-Armco-Groundwater monitoring-Copies of correspondence, 1983

Box 8

Missouri-Armco-Groundwater monitoring-Copies of correspondence, 1983
Missouri-Armco-Closure plans, 1983
Texas-Texas Eastman facility-Groundwater monitoring-Copies of correspondence, 1983
Texas-Vistron/Green Lake-Closure/Post-closure plan, 1983
Wyoming-Blake’s Pits facility-Closure plan, 1983
Wyoming-Husky Oil Co. facility-Closure plan, 1983
Wyoming-Little America Refining Co., 1984
Wyoming-Texaco facilities-Copies of correspondence, 1985

Box 9

Congressional testimony-Toxic effects of dioxin, 1982
Montana-Silver Bow Creek Site-Remedial action, 1983
New York-Hyde Park/Bloody Run
New York-Hooker Durez Toxic Waste Problem-Report of the Durez Area Residents Assoc. Ecumenical Task Force, 1982
Washington-International Paper Co. , Longview site-Copies of correspondence, 1985

Superfund Program—Notification of Hazardous Waste Sites (1981); 1 box

Box 1

Forms submitted to the Environmental Protection Agency pursuant to section 103 (c) of the Comprehensive Environmental Response Compensation & Liability Act of 1980 (Superfund):

California
Colorado
Delaware
Illinois
Montana
Nebraska
New York
North Dakota
South Dakota
Texas
Utah
Virginia
Wyoming

Stablex Corporation-Hazardous Waste Treatment (1981); 3 boxes

Box 1

Comments of the Environmental Defense Fund on the Stablex Corporation’s request for clarification and / or petition to exclude a hazardous waste & request for temporary inclusion, January 1981

Petition of the Stablex Corporation to exclude Stablex from being considered a hazardous waste, January 1981

Proposed hazardous waste management site in New Hampshire:
Application for permit for the Merrimack Waste Management & Reclamation Center
Media-Clippings

Reports—Re: Merrimack Waste Management & Reclamation Center:
Examination of Stablex samples, determination of extractable components using the EPA toxicity test extraction procedure
Hyrdogeologic Impact Assessment for the Merrimack Waste Management Center
Evaluation of environmental data

Gulf Coast Waste Management Authority (Texas):
Agreement between Stablex Corporation & the Authority
Media-Clippings

Box 2

Gulf Coast Waste Management Authority (Texas):
Waste management center concept paper
Application for Class I permit to store, handle & process waste
Application for Class III permit to deposit Stablex
Construction permit application to construct waste management center
Report—Hydrogeologic evaluation of waste management center

Box 3

Stablex Corporation—Hazardous waste management—Michigan:
Groveland v. Jennings No. 75-132-253-Proceedings Volume XV
Groveland v. Jennings No. 75-132-253-Proceedings Volume XVI
Groveland v. Jennings No. 75-132-253-Proceedings Volume XVII
Groveland v. Jennings No. 75-132-253-Proceedings Volume XVIII

Stablex Corporation—UK Sites:
Memoranda
Media—Clippings
Leigh Interests Ltd. Annual Report 1980

Resource Conservation and Recovery Act: Proposed Amendments on the Disposal
of Containerized Liquids in Landfills (1981-1982); 1 box

Box 1

Memoranda / Correspondence, 1981-1982
Media-Press releases, 1982
Media-Clippings, 1982
Federal Register excerpts, 1982
Statements-Environmental Defense Fund
Comments-Hazardous Waste Treatment Council, 1982
Comments-New York State Attorney General

Superfund Program-Priority Hazardous Waste Sites (1981-1982); 5 boxes

Box 1

National priority list of hazardous waste sties—Environmental Protection Agency
Proposed Superfund priority list—Environmental Protection Agency
Stringfellow Acid Pits-Correspondence (copies)
Statements—Implementation of the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation Liability Act (Superfund)

Box 2

Site cleanup methods-notes

Interim priority sites-Summaries:
Alabama sites
Arizona sites
California sites
Colorado sites
Connecticut sites
Delaware sites
Florida sites

Box 3

Interim priority sites-Summaries:
Florida sites
Georgia site
Kentucky sites
Maine site
Massachusetts sites
Michigan site
Missouri site
Minnesota sites
New Hampshire sites
New Jersey sites

Box 4

Interim priority sites-Summaries:
New Jersey sites
New Mexico site
New York site
North Carolina site
Ohio site
Pennsylvania site
Rhode Island site
South Carolina site
South Dakota site
Tennessee site
Texas site
Utah site

Box 5

Virginia site
Washington site
West Virginia site

Superfund Program-National Contingency Plan (1981-1982); 1 box

Box 1

Clippings, articles, 1981-1982
Federal Register, 1982
Environmental Defense Fund-Correspondence, memoranda, 1981-1982
Press release, 1982
EPA-National Contingency Plans (drafts), 1981
EPA-Memorandum-Hazardous waste sites
Hearings before Congressional committees-Statement, testimony
Proposed revisions to the National Contingency Plan-Comments of the Chemical Manufacturers Association, 1982

Hazardous Waste Sites / Superfund Sites—Subject Files (ca. 1982-1983); 3 boxes

Box 1

Hazardous waste disposal alternatives
Hazardous waste disposal-ASTM Committee minutes, 1980
Hazardous waste disposal-Site surveys
Hazardous waste export-United Nations Environment Programme report
Hazardous waste exposure-Statute of limitations
Hazardous waste exposure-Health effects
Hazardous waste siting

Box 2

Hazardous waste sites-Cleanup-Journal articles
Hazardous waste sites-design technology

Box 3

Incineration
Incinerator standards
Liability
PCB destruction

Superfund Program—Public Participation (1982-1983); 4 boxes

Box 1

Environmental Protection Agency:

Memoranda-Public participation, 1981-1982
Guidelines for public participation under RCRA
Interim guidelines for public participation under RCRA-Comments, 1978
Expanded guidelines for public participation in the transportation-air quality process
Report-Siting of hazardous waste facilities & public opposition, 1979
Hazardous waste manual-draft
Report-Analysis of community involvement in hazardous waste problems, 1981
Community relations in Superfund: A handbook (draft), 1981

Box 2

Environmental Protection Agency:

Community relations in Superfund: A handbook (interim), 1983

Environmental Defense Fund:

Correspondence
Requests for assistance
Citizens Manual for Hazardous Waste-Memoranda
Northeast Conference on Hazardous Waste, 1981
Hazardous waste disposal-Woburn MA (notes), 1981
Press release-Guidelines, 1982
Minimum guidelines for public participation for implementing CERCLA, 1982
Conference-Superfund: Promise & reality-evaluations

Box 3

Environmental Defense Fund:

Southeastern Toxics Action Conference-planning notes, 1982
Public hearing announcement re: Brown’s Lagoon, Blackwell PA, 1983

Miscellaneous:
Citizens Clearinghouse on Hazardous Waste
Citizen newsletters
Community relations plans
Hazardous waste site, Kingston NH-Clippings
Hazardous waste siting-articles
Superfund & public participation-articles

Box 4

United States, & ICF Incorporated. (1983). Community relations in Superfund: A handbook.
            Washington, DC: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Solid Waste and
            Emergency Response.

EDF-Comments on handbook

Community relations plans

Hazardous Waste State Regulations (1982-1985); 14 boxes

Reports listed by author-subject

Box 1

Arizona:

Dept. of Health Services-Hazardous waste management regulations, 1984

Arkansas:

Dept of Pollution Control & Ecology- Hazardous waste management code, 1984

California:

California Administrative Code:

Criteria for identification of hazardous wastes, 1983
Draft minimum standards for management of hazardous waste, 1983

California Department of Health Services:

Hazardous Materials Management Section-Industrial waste compositions in California, 1978
Hazardous waste selection criteria, Memorandum, 1981
Criteria for identification of hazardous wastes-Notice of public workshop, 1982
Recycling hazardous waste in California, 1982
Regulations for hazardous waste management draft volume 1, 1983
Hazardous waste enforcement guidelines, Memorandum, 1983
Regulations for the identification of hazardous waste, 1983
Recycling hazardous waste, 1983
Draft statement of reasons for proposed hazardous waste regulations, 1983

Box 2

California:

Department of Health Services:

Draft regulations regarding closure / post-closure, 1983
Financial responsibility regulations, 1984
Notice of proposed changes re: hazardous waste property & border zone property, 1984
Regulations regarding special wastes, 1984
Criteria for identification of hazardous & extremely hazardous waste, 1985

Author unknown (Dept of Health Services?):

Informal digest & statement of reasons for financial responsibility regulations, undated
Informal digest & statement of reasons for monitoring, closure, & post-closure care of hazardous waste facilities regulations, undated
Informal digest & statement of reasons for RCRA authorization regulations, undated

California Environmental Protection Agency-Method for determining compatibility of hazardous waste, 1980

Hazardous Waste Management Council-Draft hazardous waste management plan, 1984

Hazardous Substances Task Force-Toxics management, undated.

State Water Resources Control Board-Waste discharge requirements for non-sewerable waste disposal to land, 1980

Box 3

Colorado:

Geological Survey et al.—Hazardous wastes in Colorado, 1980

Connecticut:

Department of Environmental Protection—Hazardous waste management, 1983

Illinois:

State of Illinois Rules and Regulations: Title 35, Subtitle G, Chapter I-Pollution Control Board

State of Illinois Environmental Protection Act, 1983

Hazardous waste management legislation (bills)

Committee on Transportation & Handling-Hazardous Waste Task Force reports, 1983

Dept of Energy & Natural Resources-Chlorinated solvents in sanitary landfills, 1983

Illinois Environmental Protection Agency-Multimedia toxics control strategy, 1983
Illinois Environmental Protection Agency-Newsletters, 1983
Illinois Environmental Protection Agency-Land pollution control program, 1984

Box 4

Illinois:

Illinois Legislative Investigating Commission-Hazardous waste in Illinois, 1981

Pollution Control Board—Waste hauling regulations, 1979
Pollution Control Board—Land-filling of halogenated solvents, 1984
Pollution Control Board-Liquid hazardous waste, 1984

Indiana:

Indiana Administrative Code amendments-Indiana Register, 1983

Louisiana:

Department of Natural Resources-Hazardous waste management plan, 1983

Maine:

Roy F. Westin, Inc for the Maine Task Force on Hazardous Waste Facilities-Hazardous waste disposal in Maine, 1980

Maryland:

Code of Maryland Regulations-Disposal of hazardous waste regulations, ca. 1983

Box 5

Maryland:

Code of Maryland Regulations-Disposal of hazardous waste regulations, ca. 1983

Massachusetts:

Department of Environmental Management-Hazardous waste management in Massachusetts, 1982

Department of Environmental Quality Engineering—Hazardous waste regulations, 1982-1984

Box 6

Massachusetts:

Department of Environmental Quality Engineering-Hazardous waste management regulations, 1983

Hazardous Waste Advisory Committee—Memoranda, 1983

Michigan:

Air Pollution Control Commission-Special Air Advisory Committee-Processing permit applications, 1981

Department of Natural Resources:

Michigan air priority chemicals list, 1980
Critical materials register, 1980
Hazardous waste management regulations, 1981
Groundwater contamination assessment, 1982
Hazardous waste generation & disposal, 1982
Processor & generator lists, 1983

Box 7

Michigan:

Department of Natural Resources:

Hazardous waste disposal, 1983
Michigan Priority Ranking System-Site Assessment System, 1983
Hazardous Waste Management Act-Revisions, 1984
Air emission standards, undated.

Minnesota:

Legislative Commission on Waste Management-Waste Management Act of 1980

Pollution Control Agency:

Certification of site suitability-form, 1982
Proposed rules governing facilities, 1983
Meeting with the Environmental Defense Fund-notes, 1983
Hazardous waste regulations, ca. 1983

State Planning Agency-Solid & hazardous waste study, 1979

Waste Management Board-Hazardous Waste Management, 1983

Box 8

Minnesota:

Waste Management Board-Security of sites, 1984
Waste Management Board-Liability of site owners, 1984

Missouri:

Waste Management bill, 1982

Department of Natural Resources-Annual Report, 1982
Department of Natural Resources-Hazardous waste management regulations, 1983

Hazardous Waste Management Task Force-Report to Missouri General Assembly, 1981

Author unknown-Hazardous waste management in Missouri, undated.

New Jersey:

American Lung Association of New Jersey-Waste disposal, 1983

Solid waste facilities inspection bill, 1981

Department of Environmental Protection:

Proposed hazardous waste regulations, 1980
Classification of flue gas residue-Letter, 1981
Non-hazardous waste regulations, 1982
Hazardous waste regulations, undated.

Box 9

New Jersey:

Department of Environmental Protection:

Proposed hazardous waste management regulations, 1982-1983
Division of Water Resources-Hazardous waste management regulations, 1983
New Jersey-Federal hazardous waste regulations, 1983
Environmental Defense Fund hazardous waste report—Comments, undated
Hazardous waste management-Rules & programs, 1984
Waste oil as hazardous waste, undated
Environmental Defense Fund / NJ DEP meeting notes, 1983

Department of the Public Advocate—Land disposal regulations

Hazardous Waste Advisory Commission—Report to Governor Byrne, 1980

New York:

Department of Environmental Conservation:

Industrial hazardous waste generation, 1979
Hazardous waste disposal sites, 1980
Hazardous waste collection and transport, 1981
Solid waste guidelines, 1981

Box 10

New York:

Department of Environmental Conservation:

Constructing & operating permit applications, 1981, undated
Hazardous waste management plan, 1982
Hazardous waste manifest guidance manual, 1982
Hazardous waste regulations-Siting of facilities, 1982
Hazardous waste regulations-solid waste management facilities, 1982
Hazardous waste regulations-Hazardous waste manifest system recordkeeping, 1982
Hazardous waste regulations-Identification & listing of hazardous waste, 1983
EDF meeting with the Department (?)-meeting notes, undated

Box 11

New York:

Department of Environmental Conservation:
Long Island Groundwater Program, 1983
Comments on the hazardous waste report by the Environmental Defense Fund, 1984
Upstate New York Groundwater Management Program, 1985

Hazardous Waste Treatment Task Force—Final report, 1985

North Carolina:

Legislation, 1983-1984

Department of Health Services-Waste Management Advisory Note, Vol. 16, 1983

Governor’s Waste Management Board-Annual Report, 1982
Governor’s Waste Management Board-Waste Line, nos. 3-7, 11, 1983, 1985

Institute for Environmental Studies-UNC-Hazardous waste management facility—Cost & benefits to local government, 1985

North Carolina Academy of Sciences-Committee on Land Disposal of Hazardous Waste-Hazardous waste management in North Carolina, 1983

Oklahoma:

Department of Health-Industrial waste management regulations, 1982-1983

Box 12

Oregon:

Hazardous waste management regulations, draft, 1983

Pennsylvania:

Department of Environmental Resources:

Hazardous waste regulations, 1981, undated
Solid wastes & hazardous wastes regulations, 1982
General Battery Corp. request for delisting of emission control sludge, 1982
Environmental Defense Fund-meeting notes, undated

Rhode Island:

Department of Environmental Management:

Hazardous Waste Task Force-Meeting minutes, March, June 1979
Proposed hazardous waste facility operating rules & regulations, 1979
Extremely hazardous waste rules & regulations, 1981
Hazardous waste transporter permit rules & regulations, 1981
Manifesting rules & regulations, 1982
Hazardous waste storage facilities permitting rules & regulations, 1982
Hazardous waste generator rules & regulations, 1983
Rules & regulations for permitting & operating hazardous waste storage facilities, undated

Tennessee:

Department of Public Health-Hazardous waste management regulations, 1981

Box 13

Texas:

Department of Health-Solid waste regulations, ca. 1984

Virginia:

State Board of Health-Hazardous waste management regulations, 1980

Washington State:

Department of Ecology:

Dangerous waste regulations (incomplete), 1982
Classification & designation of hazardous waste, 1982
ABASCO copper smelter, 1982
Hazardous waste regulations, 1983
Dangerous waste regulations, 1984

West Virginia:

Department of Natural Resources-Hazardous waste management regulations, 1983

Box 14

West Virginia:

Department of Natural Resources-Hazardous waste management regulations, 1984

Wyoming:

Department of Environmental Quality-Water quality, 1974, 1976, 1978-1981

Wise, D. (1980). Hazardous waste management: a survey of state laws, 1976-1980 (update).
Washington: National Conference of State Legislatures.

Resource Conservation & Recovery Act—Groundwater / Mud & Brine (1982-1984); 1 box

Box 1

Groundwater files:
E.I. DuPont De Neumours-Chambers Works-Memoranda, 1982
Groundwater monitoring-IBM memorandum to the Environmental Protection Agency, 1982
Groundwater monitoring-Cessna/ARC Avionics-Report to the Environmental Protection Agency, 1982
RCRA floor amendment on surface impoundments-Memorandum to Ctte on Environment & Public Works, 1984
Texas Eastman Facility-Summary of groundwater contamination-Environmental Defense Fund

Mud & brine files:
Journal articles

Hazardous Waste Disposal-Land Disposal Regulations (1983); 1 box

Box 1

Reports prepared for the Environmental Protection Agency:
Clay Cap and Liner Systems-Draft final interim report 1
Synthetic Cap and Liner Systems-Draft final interim report 2
Expected Life of Synthetic Liner Caps
Assessment of Technology for Constructing & Installing Cover & Bottom Liner Systems

Hazardous Waste Sites—Pennsylvania (1983); 1 box

Memoranda-EPA (copies)
Media-Clippings
Meeting announcements

Pennsylvania Citizens Dumpsite Conference:
Correspondence
EDF proposal for a Pennsylvania meeting on Superfund
Conference planning papers
Conference evaluations

Pennsylvania dumpsites
Sunny Farms Hazardous Waste Disposal Facility

Municipal & residual waste management regulations (drafts)

Air Pollutants: Analysis of Emissions & Ambient Air Concentrations (1983); 1 box

Box 1

Lazaro, Michael. (1983). Survey and review of anthropognic emissions, ambient concentrations,
            and exposure and risk levels for known or suspected carcinogenic or mutagenic
            substances. Draft manuscript.

Hazardous Waste Sites—Massachusetts (1983); 2 boxes

Box 1

Woburn Environmental Studies, Volume 1: Environmental Assessment, Stauffer Chemical Co., 1983
Woburn Environmental Studies, Volume 2: Appendices, Stauffer Chemical Co., 1983
Woburn Environmental Studies, Volume 3: Subsurface: Data/Maps/Figures, Stauffer Chemical Co., 1983

Box 2

Ecology and Environment, Inc. Field Investigation Team. (1981). Interim report of the groundwater
            quality of East    and North Woburn, Massachusetts. Task report to the Environmental
 Protection Agency.

Fred C. Hart Associates, United States, & Massachusetts. (1980). Plan for investigation of hazardous
waste problems: Woburn, Massachusetts area. Massachusetts: Dept. of Environmental
Quality Engineering.

Cook, D., DiNotto, R. (1981). Inventory and analysis of existing well data for East and North
            Woburn Massachusetts. Task report to the Environmental Protection Agency.

Model Hazardous Waste State Regulatory Program (1983); 1 box

Correspondence, 1983-1984
Pre-proposal for developing a model program

Draft reports--EDF:
Regulated Universe of Hazardous Waste
State Regulation of Hazardous Waste

Data
notes

Sub-group II.4 Toxic Chemicals Program—Public Statements / Texts

SERIES 1: Comments

Box 1

1973
Environmental Defense Fund. (1973).  Asbestos should be listed as a toxic pollutant.

1974
Environmental Defense Fund. (1974). Comments on the environmental impact statement draft
            on the Cooperative Douglas-fir Tussock Moth Pest Management Plan for Oregon,
            Washington, and Idaho, dated December 28, 1973. Letter to T.A. Schalpfer,
            U.S.D.A. Forest Service.

1975
Environmental Defense Fund. (1975). Comments of the Environmental Defense Fund on the
            Environmental Protection Agency’s proposed regulations for State Public Water Supervision
            Program grants and for drinking water proposed implementation of standards as published
            August 7, 1975 [40 Fed. Reg. 33224]

Environmental Defense Fund. (1975). Comments on the Environmental Protection Agency’s
            proposed interim drinking water standards.

1976
Zimmerman, B.K. (1976). Comments and questions on the National Institutes of Health proposed
            guidelines for research involving recombinant DNA molecules.

Environmental Defense Fund. (1976). [Environmental Protection Agency’s cancer policy].
            Letter to Russell Train, Administrator, EPA.

Environmental Defense Fund. (1976). [Mississippi Department of Agriculture and Commerce:
            Application for experimental use permit to use Mirex. Letter to the EPA.

Harris, Robert H. (1976). Contamination of well water with chemical carcinogens from Hooker
            Chemical Company.

1977
Environmental Defense Fund. (1977). Comments of the Environmental Defense Fund in response
            to the Food & Drug Administration’s proposed ban on saccharin.

Environmental Defense Fund. (1977). Comments on the proposed regulations for compiling the
            chemical substance inventory (section 8b) of the Toxic Substances Control Act.

Warren, J. (1977). Comments of the Environmental Defense Fund on re-proposed rules for
            inventory report under the Toxic Substances Control Act.

Fine, M.E. (1977). Comment on the proposed OHSA lead standards.

Environmental Defense Fund. (1977). Comments on the proposed amendments to the final
            emission standard for vinyl chloride.

Environmental Defense Fund. (1977). Comments of the Environmental Defense Fund on the
            Food and Drug Administration’s regulations for the use of chemical compounds in food
            producing animals.

1978
Environmental Defense Fund. (1978). Comments on proposed manufacturing, processing,
            distribution in commerce and use bans on polychlorinated biphenyls.

Butler, W.A. (1978). [Re-opened comment period on Mississippi Authority for the Control of
            Fire Ants’ proposed emergency exemption for use of ferriamicide to control fire ants.]
            Letter to Federal Register Section, Office of Pesticide Programs, EPA.

Box 2

1978
Dach, L., Highland, J. (1978). Comments of the Environmental Defense Fund on the OSHA
            “Cancer Policy” (42 Federal Register 54148).

Jaffe, A. (1978). Comments of the Environmental Defense Fund on the solid waste disposal facilities
            proposed criteria for classification (40 CFR 257) and the accompanying environmental
            impact statement.

Butler, W.A. (1978). [Re: Proposed amendment and expansion of experimental use permit
            issued to Mississippi Authority for Control of Fire Ants for the use of ferriamicide
            bait.] Letter to Federal Register Section, Office of Pesticide Programs, EPA.

Environmental Defense Fund. (1978). Comments the preliminary drafts of the National Emission
            Standard for benzene emissions from the Gasoline Distribution System and the standard
            support environmental impact statement for control of benzene from the gasoline
            marketing industry. Submitted to the Environmental Protection Agency.

Environmental Defense Fund. (1978). [On the amended new source performance standards for
            steam electric power plants and the prevention of significant deterioration program].
            Letter to Douglas M. Costle, EPA.

Butler, W.A., Hinkle, M. (1978). Comments on EPA’s notice of rebuttable presumption against
            registration & continued registration of pesticide products containing 2,4,5-T.
            43 Federal Register, 17115-57 and 43 Federal Register 24379-80.
            Letter to Office of Pesticide Programs, EPA.

Rauch, R. (1978). [Comments on the EPA’s criteria for approval of 1979 SIP revisions].
            Letter to David Hawkins, EPA.

Dach, L. (1978). Comments of the Environmental Defense Fund on the EPA’s proposed
            regulations implementing section 3010 (a) of the Resource Conservation &
            Recovery Act.

Hinkle, M. (1978). Comments on EPA’s proposed guidelines for registering pesticides in the
            United States. 43 Federal Register 29695-29741.  Letter to the Office of
            Pesticide Programs, EPA.

Hinkle, M. (1978). Comments on EPA’s notice of determination concluding the rebuttable
            presumption against registration of pesticide products containing Chlorobenzilate
            and position document no. 3. 43 Federal Register 29824-28.  Letter to the Office of
            Pesticide Programs, EPA.

Butler, W.A. (1978). [Re: Applications of Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia et al. to
            use ferriamicide to control the imported fire ant; 43 Fed. Reg. 380854].
            Letter to Mr. James Touhey, Office of Pesticide Programs, EPA.

Dach, Leslie. (1978). Comments of the Environmental Defense Fund on the proposed
            revised NIH guidelines for recombinant DNA research;
            43 Federal Register 33041-33178.

Johnson, A. (1978). [TRIS Indemnities bill]. Letter to Hon. Thomas P. O’Neill.

Johnson, A. (1978). Veto the tris indemnities bill. Memoranda.

Butler, W.A. (1978). [Re: Mississippi Authority for the Control of Fire Ants:
            Proposed emergency exemptions for use of ferriamicide to control fire ants].
            Letter to Office of Pesticide Programs, EPA.

Fine, M.E. (1978). [Comments on Shell Chemical Company’s “The Cancer problem in
            perspective”]. Memoranda.

1979
Butler, W.A. (1979). [Mississippi Authority for the Control of Fire Ants; Proposed
            emergency exemption for use of ferriamicide to control fire ants: Additional
            comment period on photomirex data—44 Federal Register 14633]. Letter
            to Office of Pesticide Programs, EPA.

Butler, W.A. (1979). [Mississippi Authority for the Control of Fire Ants: Proposed emergency
            exemption for use of ferriamicide to control fire ants; Response to additional
            information submitted since October 28, 1978.]. Letter to Office of Pesticide
            Programs, EPA.

Environmental Defense Fund. (1979). Comments on EPA draft policy and procedures for
            identifying, assessing and regulating substances posing a risk of cancer in ambient
            air.

Butler, W.A. (1979). [Proposed emergency exemptions for use of ferriamicide to control fire
            ants in Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, North Carolina, South Carolina
            and Texas]. Letter to the Office of Pesticide Programs, EPA.

Hinkle, M.K. (1979). [Preliminary determination concerning the rebuttable presumption against
            registration & continued registration of pesticide products containing endrin]. Letter to
            the Office of Pesticide Programs, EPA.

Rauch, R.J. (1979). [On the Consumer Product Safety Act sections 27 (a) and (e) requiring the
            identification and testing of ingredients in certain consumer products]. Letter to Susan King,
            Chairperson, Consumer Product Safety Commission.

Environmental Defense Fund. (1979).  Comments of the Environmental Defense Fund on the EPA’s
proposed regulations implementing sections 3001, 3002, and 3004 of the Resource
            Conservation & Recovery Act.

Warren, J.M. (1979). [Re: North Carolina citizens’ petition on the disposal of PCB contaminated soils
            resulting from spills…]. Letter to Harold J. Snyder, Jr., Office of Toxic Substances, EPA.

 

Rauch, R.J. (1979). [Request for formal reconsideration of the Agency’s final rule revising the
            new source performance standards for electric utility steam generating units promulgated
            June 11, 1979]. Letter to Douglas M. Costle.

Hinkle, M.K. (1979). [Comments on EPA’s proposed policy on regulations of biorational pesticides,
            44 Federal Register, 28093-95, May 14, 1979]. Letter to the Office of Pesticide Programs,
            EPA.

Butler, W.A., Zimmerman, K. (1979). [Rulemaking proceedings, 21 CFR Part 10, Proposed
            reimbursement of participants, 44 Federal Register, 23044, April 17, 1979]. Letter to
            the Hearing Clerk and Alexander Grant, Food and Drug Administration.

Environmental Defense Fund. (1979). Comments of the Environmental Defense Fund on the EPA’s
            proposed 40 CFR section 250.13 (d) (2) (i) [extraction procedure], implementing section
            3001 of the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act.

Dach, L., Schultz, W. (1979). Objections of the Environmental Defense Fund and Public Citizen
            Health Research Group to the Food and Drug Administration’s tentative final order for
            over-the-counter anti-emetic drugs. 44 Federal Register 41064-41073, July 13, 1979.

Silcox, M.F. (1979). Comments of the Environmental Defense Fund on advanced notice for
            proposed rulemaking, section 8 (a) of the Toxic Substances Control Act.

Hinkle, M.K. (1979). [40 CFR 162. [Proposed regulations for registrations of pesticides by states
            to meet special local needs. 44 Federal Register, 46413-25]. Letter to Document Control
            Officer, Office of Toxic Substances, Office of Pesticide Programs, EPA.

Highland, J.H.H. (1979). Comments of the Environmental Defense Fund on the report to the
            President of the Toxic Substances Strategy Committee.

Highland, J.H.H. (1979). Comments of the Environmental Defense Fund on the Interagency
            Regulatory Liaison Group’s draft document entitled, “Scientific bases for identification
            of potential carcinogens and estimation of risks”.

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1979
Silcox, M.F., Corrigan, M. (1979). Comments of the Environmental Defense Fund on EPA’s
            advanced notice of proposed rulemaking on asbestos-containing materials in
            school buildings.

Environmental Defense Fund. (1979). Comments of the Environmental Defense Fund on the
            draft report of Governor Brendan Byrne’s Hazardous Waste Advisory Committee.

Highland, J. (1979). [Re: Proposed water quality criteria 44 Fed. Reg. 15926-15981,
            March 15, 1979].

Harris, R. et al. (1979). Comments of the Environmental Defense Fund on the waiver of
            nitrogen oxide for 1981-1984 diesels.

Butler, W.A. (1979). [Proposed emergency exemption for use of ferriamicide to control fire ants in
            eight southern states]. Letter to the Office of Pesticide Programs, EPA.

1980
Lennett, D. et al. (1980).  Comments of the Environmental Defense Fund, Sierra Club,
            Environmental Action, Congress Watch on the draft superfund bill.

Lennett, D. (1980). Comments of the Environmental Defense Fund on the technical and
            economic reports concerning the small generator exemption from the requirements
            of section 3002 of the Resource Conservation & Recovery Act.

Hinkle, M.K. (1980). [Public review draft of the BLM’s managing the public rangelands,
            November 1, 1979]. Letter to Dr. Frank Gregg, U.S. Dept of the Interior, Bureau of
            Land Management.

Hinkle, M.K. (1980). South Dakota Dept of Agriculture application for specific exemption to the
            compound 1080 to control blacktail prairie dog. Letter to the Document Control Officer,
            Office of Pesticides and Toxic Substances, EPA.

Hinkle, M.K. (1980). [Registration standards for the registration of pesticides; Advanced notice of
            proposed rulemaking. 44 Federal Register 76311-22, December 26, 1979]. Letter to the
            Document Control Officer, EPA.

Hinkle, M.K. (1980). Comments on Forest Service policy on pesticide use and criteria for use of
            2-4-5-T and 2,4-D. 45 Federal Register 1650-51, January 8, 1980.

Environmental Defense Fund. (1980). Comments on selected testimony as submitted and presented
            in response to the public hearings on proposed rules of the EPA to establish policy and
            procedures for identifying, assessing and regulating airborne substances posing a risk for
            cancer. 44, Federal Register 56842, October 10, 1979.

Silcox, M.F., Lennett, D. (1980). Comments of the Environmental Defense Fund on EPA’s proposed
            rule: friable asbestos-containing materials in schools, identification and notification.

Wagoner, J. (1980). [Comments on the role of asbestos as a hazardous agent].

Hinkle, M.K. (1980). [Comments of the Environmental Defense Fund and the National Audubon
            Society on the supplemental draft environmental impact statement on the Rangeland
            Grasshopper Cooperative Management Program of the U.S.D.A. Animal and Plant
            Inspection Service]. Letter to Mr. James O. Lee, Jr. Animal and Plant Inspection Service].

Hinkle, M.K. (1980). [Comments on preliminary notice of determination concluding the rebuttable
            presumption against registration of pesticide products containing lindane. 45 Federal
            Register 45362-69, July 3, 1980.

Lennett, D., Meyer, S. (1980). Comments on the Environmental Defense Fund on the financial
            requirements for hazardous waste management facility owners and operators
            pursuant to section 3004 of the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act.

Lennett, D. (1980). Comments of the Environmental Defense Fund on the regulations of Class IV
            wells under state underground injection control programs.

Environmental Defense Fund. (1980). Comments on the Memphis study project technical study plan
            of the Environmental Protection Agency Region IV-Atlanta.

Lennett, D., Holland, M. (1980). Comments of the Environmental Defense Fund on the regulation of
            hazardous wastes to be reused / recycled pursuant to subtitle c of RCRA.

Baty, C.T. (1980). Comments of the Environmental Defense Fund on EPA’s decision not to list
oven fabric dyeing and finishing wastewater treatment sludges: Amendment to subpart d
under section 3001 of the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act.

Hinkle, M.K. (1980). [Comments on the DEIS for final disposal of Dept of Defense stocks of DDT].
            Letter to Colonel R.A. Hamblin, Office of Planning and Management, Defense Logistics
            Agency, Defense Property Disposal Service.

Lennett, D., Highland, J.H. (1980). [Re: BEJ standards for land disposal facilities]. Letter to the
            Docket Clerk, Docket no. 3004-BEJ, Office of Solid Waste, EPA.

Hinkle, M. (1980). [Comments on the Global 2000 study]. Letter to Nicholas C. Yost, Director,
            Global 2000 Task Force, Council on Environmental Quality.

1981
Greer, L., Neuman, C., Lennett, D. (1980). Comments of the Environmental Defense Fund on the
            proposed suspension of the hazardous waste regulations for existing storage surface
            impoundments and incinerators.

 

Baty, C.T., Lennett, D. (1981). Comments of the Environmental Defense Fund on the Stablex’s
            Corporation’s request for clarification and / or petition to exclude a hazardous waste
            and request for temporary exclusion.

Skinner, S., Hall, K.L. (1981). Comments of the Environmental Defense Fund on the EPA’s
            interim final incinerator standards. 46 Federal Register 7666, January 23, 1981.

1982
Neuman, C., Greer, L., Lennett, D. (1982). Comments of the Environmental Defense Fund on the
            proposed revision of the National Contingency Plan.

Wells, P.L. (1982). Comments of the Environmental Defense Fund on follow-up discussion paper:
            State action to reduce land disposal of toxic waste. Presented to the Interagency Task Force
            for Reduction of Land Disposal.

Lennett, D., Cheek, L. (1982). Comments of the Environmental Defense Fund and the Crum &
            Forster Insurance Companies on financial assurance requirements for corrective action.
            Submitted to the EPA.

Silbergeld, E., Percival, R.V. (1982). Comments of the Environmental Defense Fund on
            proposed revisions to regulations limiting the lead content of gasoline,
            U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, docket no. A-81-36.

Box 4

1983
Yuhnke, R.E. et al. (1983). Comments on proposed standards for radionuclides under 112 of the
            Clean Air Act. Presented before the Environmental Protection Agency.

Greer, L., Lennett, D., Neuman, C. (1983). Comments of the Environmental Defense Fund on the
            proposed listing of certain wastes containing chlorinated dioxins and dibenzofurans as
            hazardous wastes.

Greer, L., Birnbaum, E. (1983). Comments of the Environmental Defense Fund on the EPA’s
 April 4, 1983 definition of solid wastes.

1984
Greer, L. (1984). [Comments on the proposed delisting of the Metropolitan Sewer District of
            Greater Cincinatti lagoons]. Letter to Miles Morse, Office of Solid Waste, EPA.

Greer, L., Egan, S. (1984). Comments on the revised closure plan for the J.H. Baxter Tie
            Treating Plant in Laramie, Wyoming.

Greer, L., Egan, S. (1984). Comments of the Environmental Defense Fund on the proposed
            delisting of Union Carbide waste.

Percival, R.V. et al. (1984). Comments of the Environmental Defense Fund on the interim final
            rule and proposed listing as hazardous under RCRA of certain waste generated during free
            radical catalyzed manufacturing processes of chlorinated aliphatic hydrocarbons.

No date (1978?):
Environmental Defense Fund. Comments on the draft report of the Office of Technology Assessment
            “Information content of premanufacture notices”.

Warren, J., Silcox, M.F. Comments of the Environmental Defense Fund on proposed premanufacture
            notification requirements and review procedures pursuant to section 5 of the Toxic
            Substances Control Act.

 

SERIES 2: Testimony / Speeches

Boxes 1, 1a

1975
1975: On the public’s exposure to carcinogens through water. Statement of Robert H. Harris to the
Subcommittee on the Environment and the Atmosphere of the House Committee on Science and Technology

1975: On the failure of the Federal Water Pollution Control Act amendments. Statement of Robert H. Harris before Subcommittee on Water Resources of the House Committee on Public Works
and Transportation

1976
February 1976: Proposed national emission standard for vinyl chloride; Castleman, B., et al.; Statement to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

March 1976: Statement of the Environmental Defense Fund on the EPA’s State Underground Injection Control Program
           
1977
1977: Environmental Defense Fund on the need for recombinant DNA research; Hearings before theSenate Health Subcommittee of the Committee on Human Resources

1977: The deadlines and mechanisms under the Federal Water Pollution Control Act; Statement of James T. Banks, attorney, before the the Senate Subcommittee on Environmental Pollution of
            the Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works

1977: 1972 Review of the Clean Water Act; Joseph Highland, Toxic Chemicals Program; Testimony before the Subcommittee on Environmental Pollution of the Senate Committee on
Environment and Public Works

April 1977: Ban on Tris-treated wearing apparel; Robert Harris & Robert Rauch; Statement before the Subcommittee on Commerce, Consumer and Monetary Affairs of the Committee on Government Operations
           
April 1977: Regulation of toxic chemicals by the Consumer Product Safety Commission;
Robert Harris, Toxic Chemicals Program, EDF; Statement before the Consumer Subcommittee
of the Senate Committee on Commerce, Service, and Transportation
           
September 1977: Regulation of toxic chemicals by the Consumer Product Safety Commission; Robert Harris and Robert Rauch, EDF; Statement before the Subcommittee on Consumer
Protection and Finance and the Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations of the
House Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce

December 1977: Testimony of Walter Hang before the Poughkeepsie Common Council regarding the
subject of carcinogens in drinking water and health

1978
1978: New source performance standards for steam electric power plants; Robert J. Rauch, EDF; Statement before the Environmental Protection Agency

1978: Safe Drinking Water Act; Jacqueline M. Warren, EDF; Statement before the Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works, Subcommittee on Environmental Pollution

October 1978: EPA’s Final Rule for Special Packaging of Pesticides; Maureen Hinkle, Environmental Defense Fund; Statement on behalf of the Environmental Defense Fund

Johnson, A. (1978, August). Behind the hype on products liability. Presented to the
            American Bar Association [Conference?].

1978: Health hazards of nitrite and N-Nitroso compounds; Anita Johnson, Environmental Defense Fund; Testimony before the Senate Agriculture Committee

1978: Toxic Substances Control Act Oversight Hearings; Jacqueline M. Warren, Environmental Defense Fund; Testimony before the Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works, Subcommittee on Environmental Pollution

Johnson, A. (1978, September). Recent developments on disclosure of safety data by federal
            regulatory agencies. Presented to the Federal Bar Association.

1978: Food Safety and Nutrition Amendments of 1978; Testimony of Anita Johnson, Environmental Defense Fund Johnson, A.

1979
1979: Hazards posed by use of asbestos liners in hand-held hair dryers; Joseph Highland, Toxic Chemicals Program, Environmental Defense Fund; Testimony before the Subcommittee on Consumer Protection and Finance of the Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce of the U.S. House of Representatives
           
1979: PCBs; Jacqueline M. Warren, Attorney, Environmental Defense Fund; Testimony before the
Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations, House Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce

Harris, Stephanie. (1979, November). Organochlorine contamination of breast milk.
            Presented at the American Public Health Association Conference.

1979: Health hazards posed by asbestos spray materials in schools; Leslie Dach, Environmental Defense Fund; Testimony before the Subcommittee on Elementary, Secondary and Vocational Education

1979: Proposed legislation dealing with asbestos hazards in public schools; Testimony of the Environmental Defense Fund before the Subcommittee on Elementary and Secondary Education of the Committee on Education and Labor of the U.S. House of Representatives
           
1979: Proposed consolidated permit regulations [40 CFR §122, 123, 124; 44 Fed. Reg. 34244 et seq., June 14, 1979]; Leslie Dach, Environmental Defense Fund; Statement before the Environmental Protection Agency

1979: Cosmetic safety legislation; Leslie Dach, Environmental Defense Fund; Testimony before the Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations of the House Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce on the need for cosmetic safety legislation
           
1979: Toxic substances; David Lennett, Environmental Defense Fund; Testimony before the
Standing Committee on Environmental Conservation, Standing Committee on Health, Subcommittee on Toxic and Hazardous Substances of the New York State Assembly
           
1980
1980: Proposed revisions to the Pennsylvania State Implementation Plan; Robert J. Rauch, Environmental Defense Fund; Statement before the Allegheny County Board of Commissioners

1980: Toxic chemical problem in Memphis, TN; Joseph Highland, Toxic Chemicals Program, Environmental Defense Fund; Testimony before the Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations of the House Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce

1980: Issues related to the creature of a post-closure liability fund; Statement on behalf of the Environmental Defense Fund & Sierra Club before the Subcommittee on Transportation and Commerce of the House Interstate and Foreign Commerce Committee

1980: Hearing conducted by Harold Ford on SCA Chemical Services Inc.’s proposed Memphis chemical waste treatment and recovery facility; Testimony of the Environmental Defense Fund
             
1981
1981: Legislation to extend the authorization of appropriations for the Consumer Product SafetyCommission; Testimony of the Environmental Defense Fund at hearings before the Subcommittee on Health and the Environment of the House of Representatives

1981: review of the post-closure provisions of the Comprehensive Environmental Response. Compensation and Liability Act of 1980; Statement of the Environmental Defense Fund before the  House Subcommittee on Commerce, Transportation and Tourism
           
1981: EPA’s budget proposal for fiscal year 1982; Statement of the Environmental Defense Fund before the House Appropriations Task Force

1981: Joseph Highland on behalf of the Environmental Defense Fund on tris-treated sleepwear, before the Subcommittee on Separation of Power of the Senate Judiciary Committee

1981: Statement of Joseph Highland and David Lennett on the budget for Superfund, before the Subcommittee on HUD-Independent Agencies of the House Appropriations Committee

March 5, 1981: Testimony of Joseph H. Highland on behalf of the Environmental Defense Fund on legislation to extend the authorization of appropriations for the Consumer Product Safety Commission before the Subcommittee on Health and the Environment of the House of Representatives

April 10, 1981: Testimony of the Environmental Defense Fund on proposed measures to protect consumers from exposure to asbestos, before the Standing Committee on Consumer Affairs and Protection, State Assembly of New York

Box 2

1982
1982: Regulation of fuel and fuel additives; Ellen K. Silbergeld, Environmental Defense Fund, before the Environmental Protection Agency

1982: Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA); Khristine L. Hall, Environmental Defense Fund; Testimony before the Subcommittee on Environmental Pollution of the Environment and Public Works, U.S. Senate

1982: Proposals to relax  or rescind regulations limiting the lead content of gasoline; Robert V. Percival; Testimony before Environmental Protection Agency

1982:  Resource Conservation and Recovery Act and the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (Superfund).Testimony of Khristine L. Hall, Environmental Defense Fund

1982: Superfund; Statement of Khristine L. Hall and Ellen K. Silbergeld before the Environmental Pollution Subcommittee of the Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works

1982: Hazard communication standard; Testimony of the Environmental Defense Fund before the Occupational Safety and Health Administration 
           
1982: Tris Indemnities bills; Testimony of the Environmental Defense Fund before the House Judiciary Committee
             
1983
1983: Testimony of Khristine L. Hall and Ellen K. Sibergeld before the Subcommittee on Toxic Substances and Environmental Oversight, Senate Environment and Public Works Committee

SERIES 3: Writings by Program Staff

Boxes 1, 1a

1971-1979
Puleston, D. (1971). Defending the environment: A case history. [Upton, N.Y.]: Brookhaven
National Laboratory.

Harris, R. H., Vermeij, E., & Epstein, S. S. (1974). The implications of cancer-causing substances in
Mississippi River Water. Washington, D.C.: Environmental Defense Fund.

Environmental Defense Fund. (1974). A summary and evaluation of selected state drinking water
systems. Washington, D.C.: The Fund.

Environmental Defense Fund, & Moskowitz, P. (1977). Troubled waters: Toxic chemicals in the
 Hudson River. New York: Environmental Defense Fund and the New York Public Interest
 Research Group.

Johnson, A. Is our food additives law ok? Manuscript.

Hinkle, M. (1979). [Re: The Nashville Banner’s position on the ban on DDT]. Letter to the Editor.

Undated
Wurster, C.F., Habicht, E.R. (ca. 1972). Cancer-causing agents in the human environment: To win
            the war on cancer, we must fight against cancer-causing agents in our air, food, water.
            Manuscript.

Highland, J. (undated). Corporate cancer: A new name for an old disease. Manuscript.

Highland, J. (undated). PCBs. Manuscript.

1980-1982
Harris, R. (1980). The role of citizens in responding to hazardous waste dump sites.
            Mansucript.

Lennett, D. (1980). Hazardous wastes: A brief overview of an immense problem.
Manuscript.

Silcox, M.F. (1980). The public’s interest in labeling. Manuscript.

Harris, S. G., & Highland, J. H. (1981). Birthright denied: The risks and benefits of breast-feeding.
            [Stony Brook, N.Y.]: Environmental Defense Fund. 3rd edition.

Environmental Defense Fund. (1981). Legal and policy analysis by the Environmental Defense Fund
in response to efforts to restrict the relief available in enforcement actions brought pursuant
to the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act of 1980
(Superfund). Manuscript.

Environmental Defense Fund. (ca. 1981). Controlling the disposal of hazardous waste. Manuscript.

Silcox, M.F., Highland, J. (1981). Scientific history of victim compensation. Draft manuscript.

Silcox, M.F., Highland, J.H. (1981). A small price to pay for life. [Consumer product hazards].
            Manuscript.

Silbergeld, E.K., Anderson, S.M. (1982). Artificial food colors and childhood behavior disorders.
            Bulletin of the New York Academy of Science. 58, 275-295.

Environmental Defense Fund. (1982). Administrative process for the land disposal ban.
            Memorandum to the Interagency Task Force, Toxic Waste Assessment Program.

Rauch, R. (n.d.). Challenging sulfur dioxide SIP relaxations: Guidelines for citizen action.
            Manuscript.

Box 2

1982, 1984
Silbergeld, E.K. (1982). Effects of lead on reproduction: Review of experimental studies.
            Manuscript.

Silbergeld, E.K. (1982). Indirectly acting neurotoxins. Manuscript.

Greer, L.E. (1984). Definition of hazardous waste. Manuscript.

Lennett, D., Greer, L. (1984). State regulation of hazardous waste: A summary and analysis.
            Manuscript.

Undated
Environmental Defense Fund. [Manual for communities near hazardous waste sites].
            Draft manuscript.

Wagoner. J.K. (undated). Uranium: The United States experience, a lesson in history.
            Manuscript.

Sub-group III Water Resources/ Wetlands Program

Sub-group III.1 Water Resources / Wetlands Program—Staff Files

SERIES 1: Edward Thompson, Jr.

Box 1

Chronological correspondence-Sent & received, 1976-1979

EDF documents:
Bylaws & certificate of incorporation
Litigation Review Committee-Memoranda, 1976, 1978
Selected case summaries, 1976
Prospectus, 1978-1979
Fundraising-Prospectus of the Coastal Resources Program, undated
Fundraising-Correspondence, 1976
Staff memoranda, 1977-1978
Intern projects, 1978
Programs-Memoranda, 1976-1978
Water Program-Memoranda
Water Program-East Setauket NY office, 1976-1977

Box 1a

Water Program-East Setauket NY office, 1976-1977

Speeches:
Correspondence, 1977
Remarks prepared for the National Wetlands Symposium, Lake Buena Vista, FL, 1978

Wetlands Legislation:
Wetlands legislation inventory-University of Miami, 1974
H.R. 4261-Mosquito Control Act of 1977
H.R. 6286-Natural Diversity Bill-Statements, 1977

Alexandra Waterfront legislation-Correspondence, 1972

Trout Unlimited-Copies of correspondence, re: Water projects, 1972-1978
Trout Unlimited-Copy of bylaws
The Wilderness Society-Copies of correspondence, re: wild & scenic rivers
The Wilderness Society-Copy of certificate of incorporation

Box 2

Subject Files:
Assateague Island—Management plan, clippings, correspondence, ca. 1978
California drought
Channelization
Coastal Alliance—Meeting papers, 1979
Coastal Coalition—Issue papers, correspondence, 1978

Box 3

Dredging
Dredging-Virginia-Environmental impact statements
Highway bridge-Georgia
Land & Water Task Force-United States Department of Agriculture
Pro Bono planning
Riverside Marine Terminal, Ohio—Correspondence, 1978

Box 4

Water quality, Potomac River—pleadings, correspondence, ca. 1977
Wetlands-International Wetlands Treaty
Wetlands-Wetlands Protection: A Guide for Local Governments(draft)-Environmental Law Institute

Box 5

Soil and Water Resources Conservation Act:

United States. (1979). Soil and Water Resources Conservation Act: 1980 appraisal : review draft.
            [Washington]: Dept. of Agriculture.

United States. (1980). Soil and water resources conservation act: Program report and
environmental impact statement : 1980 review draft. [Washington]: U.S. Dept. of
Agriculture.

United States. (1980). Summary of appraisal, parts I and II, and program report: Soil and Water
 Resources Conservation Act. [Washington, D.C.?]: The Dept.

SERIES 2: Langdon Warner [Science Monitor]

Box 1

Subject Files, 1978:

Delaware River-Toxics & Drinking Water
Delaware River Basin water pricing scheme-Memoranda
Seventh Water Resources Program of the Delaware River Basin Commission, 1970
Francis E. Walter Project-C/B study, citizen letters
Merrill Creek Dam
New Jersey water supply master plan-Correspondence
Pennsylvania State Water Plan-Comments
Point Pleasant water diversion-Clippings, fact sheets

Sub-group III.2 Water Resources / Wetlands Program—Legal Files

SERIES 1: Litigation & Hearings Files

Back Bay National Wildlife Refuge (1971-1976); 1 box

Box 1

On vehicular access privileges

Correspondence, 1971-1980
Correspondence (copies), 1972-1980
Memoranda, 1973-1980
Media-Clippings

Coupland et al. v. Morton Civil action no. 145

Complaint, 1973

National Audubon Society v. Kleppe

Complaint, 1976

Cache River Channelization Project (1971-1972); 1 box
See also: Record Group 2 New York Office, Sub-group V

Box 1

Correspondence / Memoranda, 1971
Pleadings, 1971-1972
Opinion, 1972

United States. (1972). Cache River basin feature, Mississippi River and tributaries project,
            Arkansas: Final environmental statement. Washington, D.C.: Office of the Chief of
            Engineers, Dept. of the Army.

Water Project Planning-Water Resources Council Regulations; 1 box

Box 1

Environmental Defense Fund v. Water Resources Council no. 1005-72
(U.S. District Ct., D.C.)

Plaintiff’s memorandum in opposition to motion to dismiss, 1972
Exhibits-Answers of the Water Resources Council to interrogatories

Tanker Construction (1972-1974); 4 boxes

Box 1

Correspondence-EDF, 1972
Correspondence-Agencies, 1972-1973
Correspondence-Naval vessels, 1973

Memoranda-EDF, 1972
Memoranda-Maritime Administration Title XI, 1973

Media-clippings

EDF et al. v. Peterson et al. Civil action 2164-72
(U.S. District Ct, District of Columbia)

Pleadings:
Complaint for declaratory & injunctive relief, October 1972
Motion for preliminary injunction, October 1972
Affidavits, November 1972
Re: Motion for preliminary injunction, December 1972

Box 2

Pleadings:
Re: Motion for preliminary injunction, December 1972
Stipulation, January 1973
Stipulation-Economic viability analysis of contract vessels, March 1973
Economic viability analysis-Comments-EDF, March 1973
Stipulation-Economic viability analysis of contract vessels, April 1973

Box 3

Pleadings, 1974

Environmental Impact:
Environmental impact statement-Maritime Administration Construction Program, 1973
Memoranda, 1973
Docket A-75-Final order & opinion of the Maritime Subsidy Board, re: environmental review of construction program, 1973

Report:
Deepwater ports—Economics, 1972

Box 4

Report-Maritime Subsidy Board/Maritime Administration—Economic Viability Analysis of the
contract vessels pursuant to stipulation in EDF v. Peterson et al. Civil action no. 2164-72

Federal Water Project—Discount Rate (1972-1973); 1 box

Box 1

EDF v. Water Resources Council no. 1005-72 (U.S. Dist. Ct., D.C.)

Correspondence, 1973
Complaint for declaratory & injunctive relief, 1972
Pleadings (drafts), 1972

Blue Plains Sewage Treatment Plant (1972-1977); 5 boxes

Box 1

Correspondence, 1972, 1974
Correspondence—Federal & State agencies (copies)
Memoranda, 1975-1976

Media—Clippings, 1971-1977

Notes, undated.

Potomac Environment Conference—Statement of Marian Agnew, Northern Virginia Conservation Council, 1971

Meeting among the parties, 1976

NPDES discharge permit, 1974

National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System permit hearings before the Environmental Protection Agency Docket no. DC-AH-0001

Pleadings, 1975-1976

Box 2

National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System permit hearings before the Environmental Protection Agency Docket no. DC-AH-0001

Testimony-David H. Elliott
Testimony-Robert H. Harris
Testimony-Norbert A. Jaworski
Testimony—League of Women Voters—Donald Pritchard

Transcript of proceedings (incomplete), April 27-28, 1976

Box 3

Transcript of testimony—EDF—Robert H. Harris, April 29, 1976
Transcript of testimony—Fredrick Ericsson, April 30, 1976
Transcript of testimony—Alan F. Cassell, April 30, 1976

Proposed findings of fact, conclusions of law, 1978

Request for adjudicatory hearing, 1979

Box 4

Request for adjudicatory hearing, 1979

Subject files:
Blue Plains—Agreements
Blue Plains—Sewage flows
Blue Plains—Performance
Blue Plains—Charlotte P. Garnett critique
De-nitrification
Federal Water Pollution Control Act Section 208 planning
Metro Washington Council of Governments/EPA meeting notes
NPDES permit—EPA correspondence
Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission—Memoranda

 Box 5

Documents:
Interstate Commission on the Potomac River Basin, 1971
Conferences
Agreements
Reports
Meeting minutes
Memoranda

Marco Island Development—Florida (1973-1980); 1 box
See also: Record Group 2 New York Office, Sub-group V

Box 1

Correspondence & memoranda, 1974-1976

Application of the Deltona Corporation for dredge and fill permit nos. 73G-0496-0498

Brief—Environmental Defense Fund, undated

Application for certification before the Florida Pollution Control Board

Brief—Applicant Deltona Corporation

Deltona Corporation v. United States No. 370-76 (U.S. Court of Claims)

Pleadings, March-May 1980

St. Phillips Island, South Carolina—Development (1974-1979); 5 boxes

Box 1

Chronology

Memoranda, 1974-1976
Memoranda-Legal issues

Chronological correspondence—1974:
Environmental Defense Fund & local organizations
Environmental Defense Fund
To the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (copies)
To the U.S. Coast Guard, 7th District (copies)

 

Chronological correspondence—1975:
Environmental Defense Fund & local organizations
To the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (copies)
To the U.S. Coast Guard, 7th District (copies)

Box 2

Chronological correspondence—1975:
Miscellaneous

Chronological correspondence—1976:
Environmental Defense Fund & local organizations
Environmental Defense Fund

Chronological correspondence—1977:
Environmental Defense Fund & local organizations
Environmental Defense Fund
To the U.S. Coast Guard, 7th District (copies)

Chronological correspondence—1978:
Environmental Defense Fund

Box 3

Chronological correspondence, 1974-1975
Chronological correspondence, 1978-1979

Hearing on permit application to construct a bridge, February 1, 1978

Box 4

Chronological correspondence—1978:
Environmental Defense Fund & local organizations
Environmental Defense Fund

Chronological correspondence—1979:
Environmental Defense Fund
Miscellaneous

Media—Clippings

Turner, R.S. et al. (1977). Alternative futures for St. Phillips Island.
            Thesis, 1977. Partially funded by the Environmental Defense Fund.

Environmental Defense Fund—Bibliography of Barrier Islands Literature, 1977

Environmental Defense Fund—Remarks of Edward Thompson, Jr. at public hearing, 1978

Environmental Defense Fund—Comments—Draft rules and regulations of the South Carolina Coastal Council, 1978

Environmental Defense Fund—Comments—Permit application, n.d.

Environmental Impact Statements:
Developer’s impact statement, 1973

Box 5

Environmental Impact Statements:
Comments on draft impact statement—Environmental Defense Fund, 1974
Study-Social & economic effects—U.S. Coast Guard, 1977
Revised draft—U.S. Coast Guard, 1977
Comments on revised draft—Environmental Defense Fund, 1977

Report—Ecosystem inventory / impact of development—For 7th District, U.S. Coast Guard, n.d.

Photographs:

Title: [St. Phillips Island area]
Creators: Tom Burbage, Roy Attaway, unknown
Description: Depictions of coastline, birds of prey, landscape
Date: Unknown
Size: 3 ½ x 5, 5x7, 8x 10

Slides:

Title: [St. Phillips site]
Creators: Unknown
Description: Maps of vegetation, soils, hydrology, master plan, site plan, et al.
Date: Unknown

Davis Pumped Storage Hydroelectric Project, W. Virginia (1974-1980); 1 box

Box 1

Federal Power Commission Project no. 2709-Application for construction license

Correspondence, 1974, 1979
Memoranda, 1974, 1980

Pleadings, 1974, 1976
Initial decision of the Administrative Law Judge, 1976
Petitions for re-hearing, 1977

 

Monongahela Power Co. et al. v. Alexander et al. Civil action no. 78-1712
(U.S. Dist. Ct., D.C.)

Memorandum of points and authorities by intervening conservation organizations in opposition to Plaintiffs’ joint motion for summary judgment and in support of defendants’ cross-motion for summary judgment, 1980

Garrison Diversion (1976-1978); 2 boxes

Box 1

Correspondence-agencies, 1976
Memoranda, 1976

Media

Complaint

Box 2

Hearings before the Select Committee on Small Business-Will the Family Farm Survive in America?
Part 1, July 1975

Reports:
U.S. Department of the Interior-Environmental statement, 1973
U.S. Department of the Interior-Final environmental statement-Review-Institute of Ecology
U.S. Department of the Interior-Supp. environmental statement, 1978
U.S. Department of the Interior-Fish & wildlife resources
U.S. Department of the Interior-Report on recommended plan, 1978

Tocks Island Dam (1976-1978); 7 boxes
See also: Sub-group III.3 Series 2 Delaware River Basin Comprehensive Study

Box 1

Complaint, Delaware River Basin Commission et al. v. Beal, civil action (draft), n.d.
De-authorization of Tocks Island-Correspondence, 1976
De-authorization of Tocks Island (S.3106)-public hearing statements, 1976
Delaware River Basin Commission canoe trip-memoranda, 1978
Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area-correspondence (copies), 1976-1978
Energy-Report

Box 2

Environmental Impact Statement-Dept of the Army, n.d.
Environmental Study-prepared for the Delaware River Basin Commission, 1970

Box 3

Schindler, G.E., Sinden, F.W. (1973). Tocks Island Dam: A preliminary review
Philadelphia: Save the Delaware Coalition

Flood Control
New Jersey-statements on Tocks Island project
Salinity Control-Delaware River Basin Commission

Sopper, W.E., Kardos, L.T. (1972). Potential use of spray irrigation in the Tocks Island
            Area. Prepared for the Delaware River Basin Commission.

Box 4

Tocks Island alternatives:

M. Disko Associates. (1973). New Jersey water supply: alternatives to Tocks Island
            Reservoir. West Orange New Jersey: Author. 
Prepared for the Environmental Defense Fund.

URS / Madigan-Praegar, Conklin & Rossant. (1975). A comprehensive study of the Tocks Island
            Lake Project & Alternatives. New York: Authors.

Box 5

Tocks Island alternatives:

URS / Madigan-Praegar, Conklin & Rossant. (1975). A comprehensive study of the Tocks Island
            Lake Project & Alternatives. New York: Authors.

Box 6

Water management—Delaware River, 1978-1979
Wild & Scenic River Act, 1978

Box 7

Statements before Congress
Photographs

Tennessee / Tombigbee Waterway (1976-1981); 10 boxes
See also: Record Group 2, New York Office, Sub-group V

Box 1

Memoranda, 1976
Media-Clippings, 1976-1977

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. (1974). Final environmental statement: Tombigbee River
            and tributaries-Luxapalila Creek segment, Alabama and Mississippi.
            Mobile: Author.

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. (no date). First supplemental environmental report,
            continuing environmental studies. Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway,
            Alabama and Mississippi. Volume II, appendix A.
Mobile: Author.

Environmental Defense Fund et al. v. Hoffman et al. civil no. 76-2204
(U.S. District Ct., Dist. of Columbia)

Complaint, 1976

Environmental Defense Fund et al. v. Hoffman et al. No. EC 77-53-K
(U.S. Dist. Ct., No. Dist, MS)

Environmental Defense Fund et al. v. Alexander et al. No. EC 77-53-K
(U.S. Dist. Ct., No. Dist, MS)

Pleadings, 1976-1977
Pleadings-Discovery, 1977-1978

Box 2

Environmental Defense Fund et al. v. Alexander et al. No. EC 77-53-K
(U.S. Dist. Ct., No. Dist, MS)

Pleadings-Discovery, 1978
Pleadings-Federal defendants’ motion for summary judgment, 1978

Box 3

Environmental Defense Fund et al. v. Alexander et al. No. EC 77-53-K
(U.S. Dist. Ct., No. Dist, MS)

Pleadings-Re: motion for summary judgment, 1978
Affidavits, December 1978
Pleadings-Proposed findings of fact, 1979

Memorandum of decision, March 1979

Pleadings-Motion for injunction pending appeal, June 1979

Box 4

Environmental Defense Fund et al. v. Alexander et al. No. EC 77-53-K
(U.S. Dist. Ct., No. Dist, MS)

Pleadings, 1979-1980
Pleadings-Motion for summary judgment, 1980

Box 5

Environmental Defense Fund et al. v. Alexander et al. No. EC 77-53-K
(U.S. Dist. Ct., No. Dist, MS)

Pleadings-Motion for summary judgment, 1980

Memorandum opinion & order, 1980

Affidavits

Exhibits (un-marked-Defendants’?)

Box 6

Pleadings-Defendants’ motion for judgment on pleadings or summary judgment
Defendant’s appendix
Exhibits—Defendants

Box 7

Exhibits-Defendants #18-22

Box 8

Environmental Defense Fund et al. v. Alexander et al. No. EC 77-53-K
(U.S. Dist. Ct., No. Dist, MS)

Exhibits (un-marked-Defendants’?)
Exhibits-Federal defendants

Petition for writ of mandamus to the Hon. William C. Keay
(U.S. Ct. of Appeals, 5th Ciruit)

Environmental Defense Fund et al. v. Alexander et al. No. 79-2684
(U.S. Ct. of Appeals, 5th Circuit)

Pleadings, July-August 1979

Box 9

Environmental Defense Fund et al. v. Alexander et al. No. 79-2684
(U.S. Ct. of Appeals, 5th Circuit)

Pleadings, September 1979-1980
Appellees’ appendix

Environmental Defense Fund et al. v. Alexander et al. No. 80-3915
(U.S. Ct. of Appeals, 5th Circuit)

Pleadings-Motion for injunction, 1981

Box 10

Environmental Defense Fund et al. v. Alexander et al. No. 79-2684
(U.S. Ct. of Appeals, 5th Circuit)

Pleadings, 1981

Record excerpts

Appendix of the appellants

Colorado River—Salinity Standards (1977-1979); 4 boxes

Box 1

Environmental Defense Fund v. Costle No. 77-1436 (U.S. District Ct., D.C.)

Pleadings:
Complaint / Motions to intervene, August 1977
Motions to intervene, October-November 1977
Re: Motion for change of venue, November 1977
Re: Motions to intervene, November-December 1977
Defendant’s answer to complaint, November 1977
Re: Motions to intervene, January 1978
Discovery, February 1978
Re: Motions for judgment / Discovery, April, June 1978
Re: Motion for judgment on pleadings, June 1978

Box 2

Pleadings:
Discovery, July-December 1978
Plaintiff’s motion for summary judgment, January 1979

Box 3

Pleadings:
Re: Plaintiff’s motion for summary judgment, July 1979
Memorandum opinion and order on cross-motions for summary judgment, September 1979

Environmental Defense Fund v. Costle No. 78-1471 (U.S. Ct. of Appeals, D.C. Circuit)

Re: Appeal for summary reversal on motions to intervene, June-July 1978

Box 4

Environmental Defense Fund v. Costle No. 79-2432 (U.S. Ct. of Appeals, D.C. Circuit)

Notice of appeal (Civil no. 77-1436), December 1979

Pleadings:
Brief-State Appellees, 1980
Brief-Appellant Environmental Defense Fund, 1980
Opinion, 1981

Colorado River Basin—Water Resources Development (1978-1981); 4 boxes

Box 1

Environmental Defense Fund et al. v. Higginson Civil no. 78-1135
(U.S. District Ct., Dist of Columbia)

Complaint, June 1978
Pleadings, October-February, 1978

Box 2

Environmental Defense Fund et al. v. Higginson Civil no. 78-1135
(U.S. District Ct., Dist of Columbia)

Pleadings, July-October 1979

Environmental Defense Fund et al. v. Higginson No. 80-1123 et al.
(U.S. Ct. of Appeals, District of Columbia)

Pleadings-Brief of the appellant, June 1980
Pleadings-Brief of appellees Utah Power & Light, September 1980
Pleadings-Joint brief for cross appellant states: Arizona, Colorado, Nevada, Wyoming

Box 3

Pleadings, 1979

Box 4

Environmental Defense Fund et al. v. Higginson No. 80-1123 et al.
(U.S. Ct. of Appeals, District of Columbia)

Pleadings-Briefs:
Federal appellees, November 1980
Reply brief for cross appellant states: Arizona, Colorado, Nevada, Wyoming
Reply brief of appellees Utah Power & Light
Brief for appellees Utah Power & Light

Dredge and Fill permit-Disposal of fill material (1982-1983); 1 box

Box 1

National Wildlife Federation v. Marsh no. 82-2632 (U.S. District Ct., D.C.)

Correspondence, 1982-1983, 1985
Copies of correspondence [Dept of the Army]
Pleadings & affidavits
Notes

SERIES 2: Background Documents

Blue Plains Sewage Treatment Plant—National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System;
6 boxes

Box 1

American Clean Water Association:
Founding meeting papers, 1978

American Society of Civil Engineers:
National meeting papers, 1973

Chlorine—Subject file

Committee on the District of Columbia, Subcommittee on Bicentennial, Environment & International Community:
Hearing testimony, 1976

Conference on Pollution of Potomac River:
Testimony, n.d.

Council on Environmental Quality:
Report—Urban water pollution loads, n.d.

D.C. Environmental Services:
Data—Water quality

Environmental Protection Agency:
Correspondence, 1974-1978
Reports—Carcinogens, 1975
Reports—Construction grants
Reports—Drinking water survey

Box 2

Environmental Protection Agency:
Documents—Dickerson waste treatment facility
Documents—sludge management
Data—Water quality

International Conference on Water Quality Improvement Alternatives:
Paper—Viruses in sludge management, n.d.

Interstate Commission on the Potomac River Basin:
Report—Potomac Estuary Monitoring Program, 1976

Lake Tahoe—Subject file

Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments:
Correspondence—Waste load allocation, 1977
Report—Federal project review policy & procedure, 1977
Report—Waste load allocation, 1977

Box 3

Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments:
Report—Water quality standards (draft), 1976
Report—National Pollutant Discharges Elimination System, 1977

Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments—208 Planning:
Memoranda to the Water Resources Planning Board, 1977
Report—Project control plan, 1977

Box 4

Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments—Water Resources Planning Board:
Memoranda—Water shortage emergency plan, 1976
Memoranda—Conference on Potomac action strategy, 1977
Policy statement, 1977
Report—Waste load allocation
Report—Water Resources Citizen Advisory Committee, 1977
Comments--Charlotte Gannett on WRPB staff document on chlorophyll a

Montgomery County, Maryland:
Report—Fish inventory, 1975
Documents—Pollution studies, 1977

Montgomery Environmental Coalition:
Statements, 1975-1976
Documents—Seneca NPDES file,
Pleadings--MEC v. WSSC et al. No. 78-1730

Box 5

Muskegon Water Treatment Plant—Subject File

National Commission on Water Quality:
Hearing statements, 1976

Natural Resources Defense Council:
Report—Water pollution control alternatives, 1973

Pacific Northwest Environmental Research Laboratory:
Report—Potomac analysis, n.d.

U.S. Department of the Army:
Reports—Water supply
Data—Estuary baseline study

Box 6

Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission:
Correspondence—Viruses, 1973
Statement—Critique of WSSC—Edward Friend
Report—Sewerage study, 1971
Report—Water quality standards
Report—Carcinogens
Data—Water quality

Data:
Blue Plains
Montgomery County STP site survey
Water quality

Sub-group III.3 Water Resources / Wetlands Program—Project Files

SERIES 1: Committees & Meetings [Reserved]

SERIES 2: Project Files

St. George’s Harbor, Piney Point, MD—Dredge and fill permit (1971-1972); 1 box

Box 1

Correspondence—EDF / Dept of the Army, 1971-1972
Reports—Erik Jansson, Potomac River Association
Background documents-Notes, court brief, permit

Captain’s Cove Development—Virginia (1972-1979); 2 boxes

Box 1

Correspondence-To the Corps of Engineers, 1974-1976
Correspondence-Applicants, 1975
Correspondence-Corps of Engineers-EDF, 1976-1977

Media

Statements to the Corps of Engineers-Re: Dredge & fill permit application

File—Media-Clippings
File—Proposed & existing development construction details—Prince William Engineering Co.
File—Draft environmental statement-U.S. Corps of Engineers, 1974
File—Filings, 1972

First Charter Land Corporation v. Howard Civil no. 78-14-N-Complaint

Comments-Notice of proposed consent decree—Environmental Defense Fund, 1979

Box 2

File—Correspondence-Agencies-Attorney, 1971-1974 [confidential]

Deepwater Ports (1973-1975); 1 box

Box 1

Chronological file-On proposed legislation for construction of facilities, 1973

United States. (1973). Draft environmental impact statement: deepwater ports: To accompany
 legislation to authorize the Secretary of the Interior to regulate the construction and
operation of deepwater port facilities. [Washington]: Dept. of the Interior.

Proposed regulations by the U.S. Coast Guard-Comments/Testimony, 1975

Water Quality-Pittsburg (1974-1975); 1 box

Box 1

Media-Clippings, 1974

Garvin, John P. (1975). A 1974 study of water quality in twenty-four municipal water utilities
            in Allegheny County, PA. University of Pittsburg, School of Public Health.

Long Island Water (1974-1977); 2 boxes
See also: Record Group 2, New York Office, Sub-group V

Box 1

Correspondence, 1975

Subject Files:
Groundwater—Geraghty & Miller (Consulting firm)—Qualifications statement, 1975
Groundwater—Reports
Sewage treatment facilities—EDF v. Costle—Decision, 1977
Wastewater—Reports

Box 2

Wastewater—Reports
Wastewater—EPA policy on re-use, 1975
Wastewater—Municipal Wastewater Re-use Research Needs Workshop, Denver, 1975
Water Quality—Suffolk County—Memoranda, 1976
Water Quality—Reports

Subject Files: Coastal Zone Management / Wetlands (1975-1979); 1 box

Box 1

Coastal Zone Management:
General information
Chesapeake Bay / Port of Baltimore-Report, 1977
Coastal Zone Management Act-American Petroleum Institute v. Knecht
Coastal Zone Management Program-State-Dept of Commerce reports
Coastal Management: Options for the ‘80s-Conference Report
Slaughter Beach
Soil erosion control
West Galveston Bay

Wetlands:
Alsea / Siletz wetlands reviews
Interstate Conference on Water Pollution-Questionnaire
Slaughter Beach
Wetlands drainage
Wetlands preservation

Ohio River Basin (1975, 1978)

Removed for cataloging:

Ohio River Basin Commission. (1975). Monongahela River Basin water and related
            land resources study report and environmental impact statement.
            Cincinnati: Author.

Indiana University, Ohio State University, Purdue University. (1977). Ohio River Basin
            energy study: Preliminary technology assessment report. Phase I. Volume II-A, part 1.
 Washington: Office of Research & Development, EPA.

Floods & Flood Plains (1975-1978); 2 boxes

Box 1

Correspondence
Media

American Society of Planning Officials-Planning Advisory Service-Report, 1972
Congressional Committees-Reports,
Interstate Commission on the Potomac River Basin-Report, 1974
Natural Resources Defense Council-Comments-Flood Management Criteria
Natural Resources Defense Council-Flood brochures
Natural Hazards Research & Applications Research Center-Bibliographies
U.S. Dept of Agriculture-Economic Research Service-Working paper
U.S. Dept of Housing & Urban Development-Flood Insurance Administration-Brochures
U.S. Dept of Housing & Urban Development-Flood Insurance Administration-Federal Register
U.S. Dept of Housing & Urban Development-Flood Insurance Administration-Legislation

Box 2

U.S. Dept of Housing & Urban Development-Flood Insurance Administration-Reports
U.S. Dept of the Interior-Flood Plains forum issue papers
U.S. Geological Survey-Report
U.S. Water Resources Council-Guidelines

Delmarva Waterway (1976); 2 boxes

Box 1

Correspondence, 1976

Media-Clippings

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. (1976). Preliminary report. Delaware Bay-Chesapeake Bay Waterway
            in Delaware, Maryland and Virginia (Delmarva Waterway). General design memorandum
            phase 1, draft environmental impact statement. Philadelphia: Author.

Box 2

Draft environmental impact statements—Comments

Reports:

Shabman, L.A., Willing, P., Allee, D.P. (1972). The political economy of a Corps of Engineers project             report: The Delmarva Waterway. Ithaca, New York: Cornell University.

Virginia Institute of Marine Science. (1974). Assateague Marine Sanctuary: A case study.
            Gloucester Point: Author.

Soil Erosion Control Projects [Subject Files] (1976-1978); 1 box
See also: Record Group 3 Sub-group III.3 Series 2- Barrier Islands

Box 1

Hutchinson Island, South Carolina-Correspondence, media, 1976
Manatee Co. Florida Beach Erosion Control Project-Phase I design memorandum, 1978
Ocean City, Maryland-Correspondence, 1978
Ocean City, Maryland-Final environmental impact statement-Wastewater treatment facility, 1978
Santa Rosa Island, Florida-Correspondence, 1977

Development Projects [Subject Files] (1976-1978); 3 boxes

Box 1

Christina River / bridge construction, Delaware-Correspondence
Cross Florida Barge Canal-Correspondence, 1976
Curlew Creek, Florida-Correspondence, 1976
Estero Bay, Florida-Correspondence, 1976
Falling Springs sewer line construction-Correspondence, 1976
Lake St. Clair, Michigan-Correspondence, media,
Mining, Little Sand Lake, Wisconsin-Correspondence
Mount Rogers Scenic Highway / Recreation Area-Correspondence, 1977
Mount Rogers Scenic Highway / Recreation Area-Media-The Plow, June 1978 (2 issues)
Mount Rogers Scenic Highway / Recreation Area-Media-Newsletter of the Citizens for Southwest Virginia, May & August 1978

Box 2

Mount Rogers Scenic Highway / Recreation Area-Draft environmental statement
Mount Rogers Scenic Highway / Recreation Area-Citizens for Southwest Virginia-Response to DEIS
Mystic Harbour, Maryland-Correspondence
Obion Creek, Kentucky-Correspondence, 1977
Peterson Pine Island, Florida-Correspondence, 1978
Phosphate mining, Florida, 1976
Punta Gorda Isles Development-Correspondence, 1976

Box 3

Punta Gorda Isles Development-Draft environmental impact statement
Sanibel Island, Florida-Articles
Sand & gravel extraction, Gunpowder Falls, Maryland-Correspondence
Swan Point, Maryland-Correspondence, 1975
Tortoise Island Development, Florida-Correspondence, 1975
West Galveston Island, Texas-Correspondence, 1978

Water Policy Reform (1977); 2 boxes

Box 1

Media-Press releases

Hearings before the Water Resources Subcommittee, Senate Committee on Public Works-Testimony, 1974-1975

Council on Environmental Quality-National Environmental Protection Act
Environmental Defense Fund-Memoranda
Natural Resources Defense Council-President’s re-organization proposals
National Governors Association-Proposed policy statement, 1978
U.S. Department of the Interior-Fish & Wildlife Service-Land trade-offs
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (subject)-Reports
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers-Correspondence

Box 2

Water Resources Council-Correspondence
Water Resources Council-Conference on Water-Panels, issues, papers, 1975
Water Resources Council-Reports, 1975
Water Policy Study-Task Force reports
Water Policy Study-Drafts, working papers

Water Project Review:
Media
Citizens Committee on Natural Resources-Memoranda, 1977
Coalition for Water Project Review-Memoranda, 1977
Environmental Defense Fund-Memoranda & federal water project summaries

Wetlands Taxation (1977-1978); 1 box
See also: Record Group 2-Sub-group V: Lido Beach

Box 1

Correspondence
Press release

Intern reports:
Brashares, E. (1977). Introduction to property taxation. Draft typescript.
Brashares, E. (1977). The value of wetlands. Draft typescript. 
Brashares, E. (1977). Property taxation and protection of wetlands in a few states. Draft typescript.

Proposed legislation

Reports / articles by subject:
Development rights
Property taxes
State laws on land & water resources

Federal Water Pollution Control Act (FWPCA)/Clean Water Act—Section 404 (1977-1978);
3 boxes

Box 1

Media

Subject Files:
Environmental Management Plans
Executive Order 11990-Protection of wetlands
FWPCA Section 404 Program review—Environmental Protection Agency
FWPCA Section 404-General permits
FWPCA Section 404-Cases
FWPCA Section 404-Congressional Record
FWPCA Section 404—Regulations-Environmental Defense Fund-Documents
FWPCA Section 404—Regulations-Environmental Defense Fund-Comments
FWPCA Section 404—Regulations-Environmental Protection Agency-Documents
FWPCA Section 404—Regulations-Natural Resources Defense Council-Comments

Box 2

FWPCA Section 404—Regulations-Environmental Protection Agency-Documents
FWPCA Section 404(b)—Rules & regulations-Environmental Protection Agency
State 404 Permit Programs-Environmental Protection Agency-Documents
FWPCA Section 404-Law review articles

Box 3

FWPCA Section 404-Law review articles
FWPCA Section 404-Harvard Law Review-Edward Thompson draft article
Federal projects-Bureau of Reclamation memorandum
H.R. 3199 (Wright amendment)-Hearings-Testimony of the Environmental Defense Fund
Non-point source control-Correspondence, 1977
Rural Clean Water Program-DEIS-Comments of the Environmental Defense Fund
Soil & water conservation-Correspondence
U.S. Corps of Engineers-EPA regulations
Water quality management plans-Memoranda, 1977

Maryland Coastal Zone Management Program (1977-1978); 2 boxes

Box 1

Testimony—Edward Thompson, Jr. on the Draft Maryland Coastal Zone Management Plan, July 1977

Maryland Coastal Zone Management Program document, December 1977
Maryland Coastal Zone Management Program document replacement pages, June 1978

Box 2

U.S. Department of Commerce, NOAA, Office of Coastal Zone Management. (1978). State of
            Maryland Coastal Management Program and Final environmental impact statement.
            Annapolis: Author.

Maine Coastal Zone Management Program (1978); 2 boxes

Boxes 1-2

U.S. Department of Commerce, NOAA, Office of Coastal Zone Management. (1978). Maine’s coastal
            program: Draft environmental impact statement. Washington, D.C.: Author.

U.S. Department of Commerce, NOAA, Office of Coastal Zone Management. (1978). Maine’s coastal
            program: Final environmental impact statement. Washington, D.C.: Author.

Barrier Islands (1978); 2 boxes
See also: Soil erosion control projects

Box 1

Correspondence, 1978
Correspondence-FOIA request of the USDA
Correspondence—USDA Wetlands Task Force,

Media

Barrier Islands Workshop-Policy
Barrier Islands Coalition-Workshop report, correspondence
Coastal Barrier Island Study, 1977

Reports & articles-Miscellaneous

Reports:

Warner, L. (1976). Status of Barrier Islands of the Southeastern Coast: A summary of the Barrier
            Island inventory. New York: Open Space Institute, Natural Resources Defense Council.

Golberg, T. (1978). Barrier Island ecology. Typescript.

Box 2

Draft book chapters-Don Goldman

Delaware River Basin Comprehensive Study (Level B) (1978); 3 boxes
Note: See also Tocks Island Dam

Box 1

Delaware River Basin Commission:
Policies, code, regulations
Annual Report, 1966, 1971-1976, 1978
15th Water Resources Program (preliminary), September 1978

Level B Study Planning:
Guidelines for regional or river basin planning-Water Resources Council
Plan of study-Delaware River Basin Commission, 1977
Level B study—planning—comments, 1977

Box 2

Level B Study Planning:
Study Steering Committee
Study Advisory Committee

Level B Study Interim Report:
Interim report (incomplete), May 1978
Comments

Box 3

Proposed impoundments—Delaware River Basin Commission:
Comments-EDF, 1978

Cost / Benefit Methodology—U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

Agriculture-Ecology Project (1978); 2 boxes

Box 1

Proposed EDF Agri-ecology project, 1978
Correspondence
Copies of correspondence-Re: North Carolina farms
Media-Press releases, clippings

National Agricultural Research Planning Committee-National Planning Committee-Report on land use, 1975

U.S. Dept of Agriculture-Pamphlets, brochures
U.S. Dept of Agriculture-Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service-Water Bank Pgm
U.S. Dept of Agriculture-Economic Research Service-Reports-Farmland, 1970s
U.S. Dept of Agriculture-Water policy report to the U.S. Dept of the Interior, 1978

United States. (1977). Soil, water, air sciences charters. [Washington]: Dept. of Agriculture,
            Agricultural Research Service.

Wunderlich, G. (1975). Land along the Blue Ridge: Ownership and use of land in Rappahannock
            County, Virginia. Agricultural economic report, no. 299. [Washington]: Economic Research
            Service, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture.

Seminar on the Retention of Prime Lands. Recommendations on prime lands: Prepared at the
           Seminar on the Retention of Prime Lands, July 16-17, 1975, sponsored by the USDA
           Committee on Land Use. [Washington]: U.S. Dept. of Agriculture [1975].

Seminar on the Retention of Prime Lands. (1975). Perspectives on prime lands: Background papers
            for seminar on the retention of prime lands, July 16-17, 1975. [Washington]: U.S. Dept. of
           Agriculture.

United States. (1974). Research and data needs for land use planning: A report. Washington:
            USDA.

Box 2

U.S. Dept of Agriculture-Economic Research Service (1974). The U.S. food & fiber sector: Energy    
            use and outlook. A study of the energy needs of the food industry. Presented to the
            Subcommittee on Agricultural Credit and Rural Electrification of the Senate Committee
            on Agriculture and Forestry.

Soil Conservation Society of America. (1976). The World food situation: Implications for land
           resource conservation. Ankeny, Iowa: Soil Conservation Society of America.

United States. (1978). Water conservation: Preliminary proposals for Federal agency program
            changes. [Washington]: The Task Force.

National Agricultural Land Policy Act. Hearings before the Subcommittee on Family Farms, Rural
            Development, and Special Studies of the House Committee on Agriculture, 1977.

Fisheries Management (1978-1979); 2 boxes

Box 1

Management of the anchovy, coral, crab, reef fish:

U.S. National Marine Fisheries Service. Southwest Region. (1977). Draft environmental impact
            statement on the fishery management plan for the northern anchovy fishery. s.l: s.n.].

Striped bass—Maryland Dept of Natural Resources-Correspondence, 1979

Mid-Atlantic Fishery Management Council, & United States. (1978). Final environmental impact
 statement/fishery management plan for the butterfish fishery of the northwest Atlantic
 Ocean. Dover, Del: Mid-Atlantic Fishery Management Council.

Western Pacific Fishery Management Council (U.S.). (1979). Environmental impact statement on the
 fishery management plan for the precious coral fisheries (and associated non-precious
corals) of the Western Pacific Region. Honolulu, Hawaii: The Council.

Southeast Fisheries Center (U.S.), & United States. (1978). Draft environmental impact statement
 and fishery management plan for stone crabs (Gulf of Mexico). Tampa, Fla: Fisheries
Management Council.

Tanner crab-Draft management plan-North Pacific Fisheries Management Council, 1977

Thomas, J. C. (1973). An analysis of the commercial lobster (Homarus americanus) fishery Along
            the coast of Maine, August 1966 through December 1970. NOAA technical report NMFS
            SSRF, 667. Seattle, Wash: National Marine Fisheries Service.

Dow, R. L., Bell, F. W., & Harriman, D. M. (1975). Bioeconomic relationships for the Maine lobster
 fishery with consideration of alternative management schemes. NOAA technical report
 NMFS SSRF, 683. Seattle, WA: U.S. Dept. of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric
Administration, National Marine Fisheries Service.

Box 2

Management of salmon, billfish/sharks, shrimp:

Parsons, J. W. (1973). History of salmon in the Great Lakes, 1850-1970. Technical papers of the
            Bureau of Sport Fisheries and Wildlife, 68. Washington: U.S. Bureau of Sport Fisheries and
            Wildlife; for sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. Govt. Print. Office

Pacific Fishery Management Council (U.S.). (1977). Draft fishery management plan and
            environmental impact statement for commercial and recreational salmon fisheries off the
 coasts of Washington, Oregon, and California commencing in 1978. Portland, Or: Pacific
Fishery Management Council.

Fishery Management—Salmon—Pacific Fishery Management Council, copies of memoranda, 1978

United States. (1978). Final environmental impact statement/preliminary fishery management plan
Pacific billfish and oceanic sharks. Terminal Island, Calif: Dept. of Commerce, National
Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National Marine Fisheries Service,
Southwest Region.

Eldridge, P. J., & Goldstein, S. A. (1975). The shrimp fishery of the South Atlantic United States:
 A regional management plan. Charleston: South Carolina Marine Resources Center,
South Carolina Wildlife and Marine Resources Dept.

Shrimp management-Report excerpt-Socio-economic characteristics, 1978

Shrimp management-Report excerpt-Legal considerations, 1978

Sub-group III.4: Water Resources / Wetlands Program—Public Statements / Texts

Box 1

SERIES 1: Comments

Environmental Defense Fund. (1971). [Comments on a proposed regulation to issue permits
            to discharge pollutants into navigable waters].

Lang, S. (1972). [Re: Permit for the expansion of Dundalk Marine Terminal in Baltimore Harbor].
            Letter to Edward Furia, Environmental Protection Agency.

Watson, H.L. (1972). Comments on proposed regulations for vessel and oil transfer facilities.
            Letter to the U.S. Coast Guard.

Hallman, R,M., Greenberg, E.V.C. (1973). [Re: Construction requirement for tank ships].
            Letter to the U.S. Coast Guard.

Environmental Defense Fund et al. (1975). Comments on Tocks Island Comprehensive Review
            Study.

Graff, T. J. (1972). [Comments on the Auburn-Folsom South Unit of Central Valley Project].
            Letter to the Hon. Caspar Weinberger, Director Office of Management & Budget.

Butler, W.A., Thompson, E. (1974). [Comments on the draft environmental statement DES 74-33
            proposed Assateague Island Wilderness Area]. Letter to the Bureau of Sport Fisheries and
            Wildlife, U.S. Dept of the Interior.

Tripp. J.T.B., Callison, C.H. (1974). Comments of the Environmental Defense Fund et al. on certain
            sections of the Marco Island preliminary draft environmental impact statement.

Thompson, E. (1975). [Maintenance dredging, Atlantic Intra-Coastal Waterway, Charleston
            District of the Corps of Engineers].  Letter to Mr. Jack E. Raven, Regional Administrator,
            Environmental Protection Agency.

Box 2

Thompson, E. (1975). [Comments of the Environmental Defense Fund on docket no. R-75-316,
            Proposed rulemaking, National Flood Insurance Program]. Letter to the Office of the
            General Counsel, Dept of Housing and Urban Development.

Thompson, E. (1975). [Comments of the Environmental Defense Fund on the draft environmental
            impact statement, flood plain management regulations, November 1974]. Letter to the
            Office of Flood Insurance, Federal Insurance Administration, Dept of Housing and Urban
            Development.

Edelman, L. (1975). Comments of the Environmental Defense Fun on “Water Resources: Use
            and Management” policy statement [of the Dept of the Interior].

El-Ashry, M.T. (1976). Comments on the draft environmental impact statement on Foothills
            Project.

El-Ashry, M.T. (1976). Comments on the draft environmental impact statement on
            “Proposed Dolores National Wild and Scenic River”.

El-Ashry, M.T. (1976).  Comments on the Environmental Protection Agency’s “Water
            Quality Standards for Salinity including Numeric Criteria and Plan of Implementation
            for Salinity Control in the Colorado River System.”

El-Ashry, M.T. (1976). Comments on the draft environmental impact statement on the
            Colorado River Water Quality Improvement Program.

El-Ashry, M.T. et al. (1977). [Re: Programmatic environmental impact statement on the Colorado
            River Storage Project]. Letter to the Hon. Cecil Andrus, Dept of the Interior.

Tripp, J.T.B., Moskowitz, P.D. (1977). Comments of the Environmental Defense Fund on the
            United States Army Corps of Engineers “Hudson River Project” draft environmental
            impact statement.

Trujillo, G. et al. (1977). Comments of the Environmental Defense Fund on the proposed White
            River Dam and Reservoir.

Environmental Defense Fund. (1977). Comments of the Environmental Defense Fund on the initial
            planning analysis and work directives of the Delaware River Basin Comprehensive Study
            (Level B).

El-Ashry, M.T. (1978). Comments of the Environmental Defense Fund on the environmental
            assessment report (December 1977) for the Grand Valley Unit of the Colorado
            River Basin Salinity Control Project.

El-Ashry, M.T. (1978). Comments of the Environmental Defense Fund on the June 1978 review
            draft report, “Irrigation Water Use and Management” of the technical work group for the
            Interagency Task Force on Irrigation Efficiencies.

Zimmerman, K., Warner, L. (1979). [Re: Notice of proposed consent decree in First Charter Land
            Corporation et al. no. 78-14-N and request for public comment, D.J. Ref. 62-81-2
            (Captain’s Cove). Letter to James W. Moorman, U.S. Dept of Justice.

Zimmerman, K. (1979). [Land and resource management proposed regulations, 44 Fed. Reg.
            26554 (May 4, 1979)]. Letter to Chief, Forest Service, Dept of Agriculture.

Environmental Defense Fund. (1979). Comments of the Environmental Defense Fund on the final
            draft report and environmental impact statement of the Delaware River Basin Commission’s
            Level B Study.

SERIES 2: Testimony / Statements

July 25, 1973: Testimony of Eldon V.C. Greenberg, Center for Law and Social Policy, on behalf of the Sierra Club, EDF, NRDC, National Parks and Conservation Association and the Friends of the Earth, regarding S. 1751, before a Special Joint Subcommittee of the Senate Committees on Interior and Insular Affairs, Commerce and Public Works.

August 2, 1973: Testimony of Gerald H. Meral, Staff Scientist, Environmental Defense Fund, on the proposed list of toxic pollutants by the Environmental Protection Agency, before the Effluent Standards and Water Quality Information Advisory Committee.

August 21, 1974: Testimony of Chester Stern on Colorado River salinity standards at Environmental Protection Agency hearings.

Tripp, J.T.B. (1975, January). Planning requirements of the 1972 Federal Water Pollution Control Act
            amendments. Presented at the ALI-ELI Conference.

Pring, G. W. (1975, February). Reclamation law constraints on energy/industrial uses of
            western water. Address before the American Bar Association Water Conference, Denver.

July 22, 1975. Statement by the Environmental Defense Fund on the comprehensive study of
Tocks Island Lake Project and alternatives, before the Delaware River Basin Commission.

El-Ashry, M.T. (1975, December). Remarks of Dr. Mohamed T. El-Ashry, Staff Scientist on some
            of the pressing environmental issues facing the Rocky Mountain West.  Presented in the
            “Environmental Town Meeting” held by EPA-Region VIII, Denver.

Thompson, E. (1977, February). Speech before attendees at the Corps of Engineers’ Regulatory
            Functions Training Program, Alexandria, Virginia.

March 21, 1977: Testimony of Mohamed T. El-Ashry before the Dept of the Interior Water Projects
Review Team, Hearings on Fruitland Mesa, Dolores and Savery-Pot Hook Water Projects.

March 29, 1977: Statement of James T. B. Tripp, on behalf of the Environmental Defense Fund, on the Atchafalaya River and Bayous Chene, Boeuf and Black Navigation Project, Louisiana, before the Federal Review hearing.

April 20, 1977: Testimony of Edward Thompson, Jr., Environmental Defense Fund, on the budget of the Interior Department, before the House Appropriations Subcommittee on Interior and Related Agencies.

El-Ashry, M.T. (1977). Speech before the Annual Meeting of Colorado Professional Engineers,
            Boulder.

July 28, 1977. Comments of Mohamed T. El-Ashry on the need for a national water policy, before the Water Resource Policy Study hearing, Denver.

August 5, 1977: Statement of Edward Thompson, Jr. on behalf of the Environmental Defense Fund, on water policy, before the U.S. Water Resources Council.

September 22, 1977: Testimony of Paula C. Phillips, representing the Environmental Defense Fund, before the Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement, U.S. Dept of the Interior, Public Hearings on proposed interim regulations for the Surface Mining Control and Reclamation Act of 1977, Denver.

El-Ashry, M.T. (1977, November). Colorado River salinity and its control. Presented before the
            13th Annual Meeting of the American Water Resources Association, Tucson, AZ.

El-Ashry, M.T. (1978, February). Quality management of irrigation return flows in Western
            United States. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Association for the
            Advancement of Science, Washington, D.C.

March 22, 1978: Testimony of Mohamed T. El-Ashry, on water supply for energy development,
before the U.S. Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources, Subcommittee on Energy
Production and Supply.

September 16, 1978: Testimony of Mohamed T. El-Ashry at the Hearing on the President’s water
policy recommendations, before the U.S. Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works,
Subcommittee on Water Resources.

April 11, 1979: Testimony of William A. Butler, General Counsel, Environmental Defense Fund, before the Senate Judiciary Committee’s Authorization Hearings for the Department of Justice
Land and Natural Resources Division.

SERIES 3: Writings by Program Staff

Harris, R.H. (1973). Will water pollution ever be halted? Manuscript submitted to the Great Lakes
            Sportsman.

Environmental Defense Fund et al. (ca. 1973). The Auburn-Folsom South Unit of the Central Valley
            Project: An appraisal. Manuscript.

Cicchetti, C.J. (undated). How to insure that water resource development projects are socially
            justified. Draft manuscript.

Wilson, R. J. (ca. 1973). Tocks Island and flood control. Manuscript.

El-Ashry, M.T. (1976). Physical and ecological aspects of the upper Colorado River Basin in relation
            to energy development and environmental problems: A discussion. Manuscript.

El-Ashry, M.T., Weaver, R. (1977). Colorado water projects: Impacts and alternatives. Manuscript.
            Article appeared in The Denver Post, April 17, 1977.

Sub-Group IV: Wildlife Program

Sub-group IV.1 Wildlife Program—Staff Files

SERIES 1: Michael Bean

Box 1

Chronological files, 1976-1981

U.S. Navy bombing exercises-Kaula Island, Hawaii:

Correspondence, 1979
Copies of correspondence, 1976, 1979-1980
Media-Clippings, 1980
Report (environmental impact statement)-Kaula Island target-Dept. of the Navy, 1976
Report (memorandum)-Trip to Kaula-State of Hawaii Dept of Natural Resources, 1979
Minutes-Executive session of the 17th Meeting of the Marine Mammal Commission, 1978
Documents-FOIA requests

Box 2

Documents-FOIA requests

Playa lakes:

Media-Clippings, 1978
Copies of correspondence, 1978
Notes

Environmental impact assessments for projects affecting the Mediterranean:

Reports-Barbara Blum, United Nations Environmental Programme, 1982-1983

Upper Chester River Watershed Project:

Correspondence—Environmental Defense Fund, 1984
Copies of memoranda—Environmental Policy Institute, 1984

SERIES 2: William Y. Brown

Box 1

Correspondence & memoranda, January 1982-December 1984

Sub-group IV.2 Wildlife Program—Legal Files

SERIES 1: Litigation & Hearings

Tuna / Porpoise: Regulations Governing Taking of Marine Mammals During Commercial Fishing Operations (1974-1977); 28 boxes

Box 1

Correspondence, 1974
Correspondence, January-September 1975

Box 2

Correspondence, September-November 1975
Correspondence, 1976
Correspondence, 1977
Correspondence, 1978
Correspondence—Marine Mammal Commission, 1975-1976
Correspondence, n.d.

Box 3

Memoranda, 1976

Media—Clippings
Media—Articles
Media—Bulletins

Box 4

Public Hearing on possible amendments to the Marine Mammal Protection Act of 1972 governing
encircling gear: yellowfin tuna purse seining

Transcript of proceedings, December 1974
Exhibits (?)—National Marine Fisheries Service—Tuna-Porpoise Problem: Review of Research Progress

Hearing on proposed regulations governing the taking of marine mammals during the course of
commercial fishing operations

Transcript of testimony—Joseph R. Blum, Department of Commerce, May 15, 1974
Transcript of testimony—Paul Anderson, Seiners Association, May 15, 1974
Transcript of testimony—William P. Jensen, National Marine Fisheries Service, May 15, 1974
Transcript of testimony—Joseph Blum, May 15, 1974
Transcript of testimony—Antoni Pisano, National Marine Fisheries Service, May 16, 1974
Transcript of testimony—Thomas Wimmer, National Audubon Society, May 16, 1974
Transcript of testimony—Richard Hodgkins, Westgate Terminals, May 16, 1974
Transcript of testimony—Henry Truby, World Dolphin Foundations, May 16, 1974
Transcript of testimony—Alix Jay, Porpoise News, May 16, 1974
Transcript of testimony—J.H. Zolzezzi, fisherman, May 16, 1974
Transcript of testimony—William P. Jensen, May 16, 1974

Box 5

Hearing on proposed regulations governing the taking of marine mammals during the course of
commercial fishing operations

Recommended decision
Pleadings—Briefs—Environmental Defense Fund
Pleadings—Briefs—Marine Mammal Commission
Pleadings—Briefs—Tuna Research Foundation

Hearing on regulations governing taking of marine mammals during the course of commercial fishing operations before the House Committee on Merchant Marines & Fisheries

Transcript of proceedings, August 1974

Hearings to consider re-issuance of incidental take general permit before the National Marine Fisheries Service

Transcript of testimony—Brian Rothschild, National Marine Fisheries Service, October 9, 1975
Transcript of testimony—William Fox, National Marine Fisheries Service, October 9, 1975
Transcript of testimony—Gerald Howard, National Marine Fisheries Service, October 1975
Transcript of testimony—Morton M. Miller, National Marine Fisheries Service, October 9, 1975
Transcript of testimony—John Hodges, American Tunaboat Association, October 9, 1975
Transcript of testimony—Gordon Broadhead, American Tunaboat Association, October 9, 1975
Transcript of testimony—Manuel Silva, fisherman, October 10, 1975
Transcript of testimony—Harold Medina, fisherman, October 10, 1975
Transcript of testimony—Joseph Medina, fisherman, October 10, 1975
Transcript of testimony—Julius Zolezzi—American Tunaboat Association
Transcript of testimony—John J. Royal—ILW Fisherman’s Union of San Diego, October 10, 1975

Box 6

Hearings to consider re-issuance of incidental take general permit before the National Marine Fisheries Service

Transcript of testimony—Richard Gutting, Environmental Defense Fund, October 10, 1975
Transcript of testimony—William Brown, Monitor, Inc., October 10, 1975
Transcript of testimony—Christine Stevens, Society for Animal Protective Legislation
Transcript of testimony—Jane Reisk, Animal Protection Institute of America, October 10, 1975
Transcript of testimony—Virginia Hanley, Fund for Animals, October 10, 1975
Transcript of testimony—Monitor Inc., October 10, 1975

Supplemental hearings to consider re-issuance of incidental take general permit before the
National Marine Fisheries Service

Transcript of proceedings, October 25, 1975, n.d.

Submissions—American Tunaboat Association
Submissions—National Marine Fisheries Service

Box 7

Hearings to consider re-issuance of incidental take general permit before the National Marine Fisheries Service

Submissions—Miscellaneous

Committee for Humane Legislation v. Dent et al. No. 74-1465 (U.S. Dist. Ct., D.C.)

Complaint, December 1974
Pleadings, January 1975-January 1976

Box 8

Committee for Humane Legislation v. Dent et al. No. 74-1465 (U.S. Dist. Ct., D.C.)

Pleadings, January-May 1976
Order staying judgment pending appeal, May 1976
Pleadings, November-December 1976

Box 9

Committee for Humane Legislation v. Dent et al. No. 74-1465 (U.S. Dist. Ct., D.C.)

Pleadings, December 1976-1977

Committee for Humane Legislation v. Richardson No. 76-1479 & cons. cases
(U.S. Ct of Appeals, D.C. Cir.)

Pleadings—Briefs:
Reply of the American Tunaboat Association
Reply of the Pacific Legal foundation
Joint Brief for the appellees Committee for Humane Legislation et al.
Brief—The Humane Society
Reply of the American Tunaboat Association
Federal appellants

Box 10

Committee for Humane Legislation v. Richardson No. 76-1479 & cons. cases
(U.S. Ct of Appeals, D.C. Cir.)

Pleadings, 1976-1977

Committee for Humane Legislation v. Richardson No. 76-2170
Fund for Animals v. Richardson No. 76-2168

Pleadings, January-February 1977

Box 11

Committee for Humane Legislation v. Richardson No. 76-2170
Fund for Animals v. Richardson No. 76-2168

Pleadings, February 1977

Hearings on regulations governing taking of marine mammals incidental to commercial fishing operations before the House Committee on Merchant Marines & Fisheries

Transcript excerpts, May 1976
Statements, May 1976

Box 12

Hearings on regulations governing taking of marine mammals incidental to commercial fishing operations before the House Committee on Merchant Marines & Fisheries

Notes on hearings

Motor Vessels Theresa Ann et al. v. Richardson No. 76-963-S (U.S. Dist. Ct., So. Dist, Calif)

Pleadings, 1976-1977

Motor Vessels Theresa Ann et al. v. Richardson No. 76-3368 (U.S. Ct. of Appeals, 9th Cir.)

Pleadings

Box 13

Hearings to consider re-issuance of permits governing incidental taking of marine mammals
MMPAH No. 2-1976

Transcript of proceedings, November 15, 1976
Transcript of testimony—William Fox, November 16, 1976
Transcript of testimony—John Mulligan, November 16, 1976
Transcript of testimony—Murray D. Bryce, Commonweath of Puerto Rico
Transcript of testimony—William Fox, November 17, 1976
Transcript of testimony—James K. Sebenius—NOAA, November 17, 1976
Transcript of testimony—Winfred H. Meibohm, National Marine Fisheries Service
Transcript of testimony—Douglas Chapman, November 17, 1976

Box 14

Transcript of testimony—Douglas Chapman, November 18, 1976
Transcript of testimony—John T. Everett, National Marine Fisheries Service
Transcript of testimony—William Jensen, National Marine Fisheries Service
Transcript of testimony—Gordon Broadhead, Living Marine Resources, November 19, 1976
Transcript of testimony—Kenneth Morris, Marine Mammal Commission, November 22, 1976
Transcript of testimony—Steven Edney, United Cannery & Industrial Workers of the Pacific
Transcript of testimony—Workers in cannery industry, November 22, 1976
Transcript of testimony—Stephen Anderson, economist on tuna industry, November 22, 1976
Transcript of testimony—Zoe E. Stout, Pacific Legal Foundation, November 23, 1976
Transcript of testimony—Wym Coerr, Defenders of Wildlife, November 23, 1976
Transcript of testimony—Virginia Hanley, Fund for Animals, November 23, 1976
Transcript of testimony—Stanley Minasian, Save the Dolphins, November 23, 1976
Transcript of testimony—Robert K. Cleator, Nuttal Styris (marine hardware store)
Transcript of testimony—Paul Kelly, November 23, 1976

Box 15

Transcript of testimony—Pete Wilson, Mayor of San Diego, November 23, 1976
Transcript of testimony—Paul Kelly, November 23, 1976
Transcript of testimony—Thomas Barber, November 23, 1976
Transcript of testimony—William Silva, Tunaboat captain, November 23, 1976
Transcript of testimony—Johnny O’Connor, November 24, 1976
Transcript of testimony—William Evans, November 24, 1976
Transcript of testimony—Maurice Correia, fisherman, November 24, 1976
Transcript of testimony—Mario Crivello, fisherman, November 24, 1976
Transcript of testimony—David Lloyd Burdick, statistician, November 24, 1976
Transcript of testimony—Bernard Fink, November 24, 1976
Transcript of testimony—Fredrick W. Brown, November 24, 1976
Transcript of testimony—Julius Zolezzi, November 24, 1976
Transcript of testimony—Robert K. Cleator, November 24, 1976
Transcript of testimony—Stanley Levitz, November 26, 1976
Transcript of testimony—Steven Soares, fisherman, November 26, 1976
Transcript of testimony—Andrew Castagnola, on behalf of the American Tunaboat Association
Transcript of testimony—John Anthony Silva on behalf of the American Tunaboat Association
Transcript of testimony—Paul Magellan, American Tunaboat Association, November 26, 1976
Transcript of testimony—Manuel Vargas, fisherman, November 26, 1976
Transcript of testimony—John Gonsalves, American Tunaboat Association, November 26, 1976
Transcript of testimony—Harold F. Cary, American Tunaboat Association, November 26, 1976
Transcript of testimony—Thomas Anthony Crivello, American Tunaboat Association
Transcript of testimony—George Zeluff, November 26, 1976
Transcript of testimony—Vincent J. Guarassi, American Tunaboat Association, November 26, 1976
Transcript of testimony—Agostino Guidi, fisherman, November 26, 1976
Transcript of testimony—Manuel Silva, American Tunaboat Association, November 26, 1976
Transcript of testimony—A. Jacob Abrams, November 26, 1976
Transcript of testimony—John P. Mulligan, American Tunaboat Association, December 1, 1976
Transcript of testimony—Franklin Alverson, American Tunaboat Association, December 1, 1976
Transcript of testimony—August Felando, American Tunaboat Association, December 1, 1976

Box 16

Transcript of testimony—William Gensen, December 1, 1976
Transcript of testimony—Norman Mendes, National Marine Fisheries Service, December 1, 1976
Transcript of testimony--John P. Mulligan, American Tunaboat Association, December 2, 1976
Transcript of testimony--Franklin Alverson, American Tunaboat Association, December 3, 1976
Transcript of testimony—August Felando, American Tunaboat Association, December 3, 1976
Transcript of testimony—William Aron, National Marine Fisheries Service, December 4, 1976
Transcript of testimony—Lawrence Van Mier, Pacific Legal Foundation, December 4, 1976
Transcript of testimony—William Fox, National Marine Fisheries Service, December 4, 1976

Pleadings, November-December 1976

Box 17

Hearings to consider re-issuance of permits governing incidental taking of marine mammals
MMPAH No. 2-1976

Pleadings—Briefs—Environmental Defense Fund
Pleadings—Briefs—American Tunaboat Association
Pleadings—Briefs—National Marine Fisheries Service

Recommended decision, January 1977

Pleadings, February 1977

Exhibits:
Franklin Alverson

Box 18

Exhibits:
Franklin Alverson
American Tunaboat Association
William Aron
Gordon Broadhead
Murray D. Bryce
Douglas Chapman

Box 19

Exhibits:
John T. Everett
August Felando
William Fox
John Hodges
William Jensen
Marine Mammal Commission
John P. Mulligan
National Marine Fisheries Service
William F. Perrin
James K. Sebenius
Zoe Stout
Lawrence Van Mier

Box 20

Exhibits
Counsel’s notes

Box 21

Motor Vessels Theresa Ann et al. v. Kreps No. 77-1401 (U.S. Dist Ct., 9th Cir.)

Pleadings, February 1977

Committee for Humane Legislation v. Kreps Civil no. 77-0564 (U.S. Dist Ct.)

Pleadings, April-May 1977

American Tunaboat Association v. Kreps No. 77-0238-S (U.S. Dist Ct.)

Pleadings, April 1977

Box 22

American Tunaboat Association v. Kreps No. 77-0238-S (U.S. Dist Ct.)

Pleadings, April-May 1977

Hearings before the National Marine Fisheries Service on regulations to govern taking of marine mammals incidental to commercial fishing

Transcript of proceedings, pre-hearing conference, August 12, 1977
Transcript of testimony—John T. Everett, August 24, 1977
Transcript of testimony—James Coe, National Marine Fisheries Service, August 26, 1977

Box 23

Hearings before the National Marine Fisheries Service on regulations to govern taking of marine mammals incidental to commercial fishing

Transcript of testimony—Warren Stentz, August 26, 1976
Transcript of testimony—William F. Jensen, August 26, 1977
Transcript of testimony—James Coe, August 27, 1977
Transcript of testimony—Franklin Alverson, August 27, 1977
Transcript of testimony—Gordon Broadhead, August 27, 1977
Transcript of testimony—August Felando, August 27, 1977
Transcript of testimony—Wesley W. Parks, August 29, 1977
Transcript of testimony—Millard Hines, August 29, 1977
Transcript of testimony—Harold Cary, August 29, 1977
Transcript of testimony—Manuel Jorge, August 29, 1977
Transcript of testimony—Max Schetter, San Diego Chamber of Commerce, August 29, 1977
Transcript of testimony—H. Cushman Dow, San Diego Chamber of Commerce
Transcript of testimony—Michael Shontz, August 29, 1977
Transcript of testimony—Winfred Meibohm, September 6, 1977
Transcript of testimony—Manuel H. Dubon, September 6, 1977
Transcript of testimony—Lawrence Van Mier, Tuna Research Foundation, September 7, 1977
Transcript of testimony—Dennis King, National Marine Fisheries Service, September 7, 1977

Box 24

Transcript of testimony—Dennis King, September 7, 1977
Transcript of testimony—Manuel Silva, September 8, 1977
Transcript of testimony—Franklin Alverson, September 8, 1977
Oral argument, October 7, 1977

Pleadings—Brief—Environmental Defense Fund
Final Environmental Impact Statement, November 1977

Exhibits:
Franklin Alverson
Jack C. Bowland
Gordon Broadhead

Box 25

Exhibits:
Captains affidavits
Harold Cary
James Coe
Manuel Dubon
John Everett
August Felando
William Fox
William Jensen
Dennis King

Box 26

Exhibits:
Alfred Klein
Winfred Meibohm
Wesley Parks
William Perrin
Warren Stuntz
Lawrence Van Mier

Counsel’s notes

Box 27

Motor Vessels Theresa Ann et al. v. Richardson No. 76-963-E
(U.S. District Ct., So. Dist., California)

Pleadings—Jurisdiction, October 1976
Pleadings—Temporary restraining order, October 1976
Complaint

Motor Vessels Theresa Ann et al. v. Kreps No. 77-1401
(U.S. Ct. of Appeals, 9th Cir.)

Motion for stay pending appeal

Box 28

Fact sheets / copies of correspondence, 1974-1976

Proposed regulations governing taking of marine mammals during fishing operations:
Findings of fact / brief—Environmental Defense Fund, 1974

Hearings on reissue of permits to allow taking of marine mammals—Statements, 1975

Proposed amendments to the Marine Mammal Protection Act-Testimony, 1976

Fund for Animals et al. v. Richardson no. 74-1465 & cons. cases—Pleadings & exhibits

Proposed amendments to the Marine Mammal Protection Act-Testimony of EDF, 1977

Reports—National Marine Fisheries Service, 1975

Report-Inter-American Tropical Tuna Commission, ca. 1975

Marine Mammals—Alaska (1976-1977); 6 boxes

Request of the State of Alaska to waive moratorium on nine species of marine mammal
& allow state to resume management. Hearings before the Department of the Interior, Office of Hearings & Appeals. MMPA Docket no. WASH 76-1

Box 1

Correspondence, 1976

Transcripts of testimony:
Jack Lentner on behalf of the Fish & Wildlife Service
Vernon Kuczkuk on state management
Karl Schneider on behalf of the Alaska Department of Fish & Game
Angel Johnson on behalf of the Fish & Wildlife Service
Henry A. Hansen on behalf of the Fish & Wildlife Service
Kenneth Pitcher on behalf of the Alaska Department of Fish & Game 
Gregory Streveler on harbor seals
Malcolm Edward Islieb on behalf of Cordova District Fisheries Union
Jon James Burns on behalf of the Alaska Department of Fish & Game
Victor Campbell on hunting
Thomas J. Ellanna on state management
Linda J. Ellanna on state management
Robert Blodgett on state management
Jerome Trigg on behalf of the Bering Straits Native Corporation

Box 2

Transcripts of testimony:
Jerome Trigg on behalf of the Bering Straits Native Corporation
Margaret Baker
Alfred Nakak
Roger Charles Adams on hunting
Enoch Adams on hunting
Gideon Barr on hunting
George Noongwook on state management
Caleb Pungowiyi  on behalf of the Bering Straits Native Corporation
Anderson Apassingok on behalf of the Gambell Native Corporation
Timothy Gologeren
Buster Seelkoke on hunting
Paul Rokok on hunting
Wilfred C. Murray on hunting
John Angaiak-Tununak Village Corporation
David Friday on hunting
Bob Hurwitz on hunting
John J. Burns on behalf of the National Marine Fisheries Service

Box 3

Transcripts of testimony:
John J. Burns on behalf of the National Marine Fisheries Service
Karl Schneider on behalf of the National Marine Fisheries Service
Fred Woldstad-Alaska Department of Public Safety
Robert A. Rausch on behalf of the Alaska Department of Fish & Game
Jacob Lestenkof on behalf of the Alaskan Federation of Natives
Douglas Chapman on behalf of the Marine Mammal Commission
Milton Kaufman-conservationist
James G. Ferguson on behalf of the National Fisheries Institute

Box 4

Transcripts of testimony:
Sue Pressman on behalf of the Humane Society
William Y. Brown

Exhibits:
Administrative Law Judge
State of Alaska

Box 5

Exhibits:
Fish & Wildlife Service
National Fisheries Institute
National Marine Fisheries Service
Opponents
Uncommitted parties

Box 6

Exhibit-State of Alaska

United States, & U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. (1978). Consideration of a waiver of the moratorium
and return of management of certain marine mammals to the State of Alaska: Final
environmental impact statement. Washington, D.C.: The Group.

Marine Mammals (Walrus)—Alaska (1975); 3 boxes

On waiver of moratorium on walrus; Hearings before the Department of the Interior, Office of Hearings & Appeals, MMPA Docket no. WASH 75-1

Box 1

Correspondence, 1975-1976
Media-Press releases & clippings

Pleadings—Briefs:
U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service
Environmental Defense Fund
Marine Mammal Commission
State of Alaska

Recommended decision
Negative declaration

Transcripts of testimony:
Francis H. Fay on behalf of the Fish & Wildlife Service

Box 2

Transcripts of testimony:
Francis H. Fay on behalf of the Fish & Wildlife Service
Loren W. Croxton on behalf of the Fish & Wildlife Service
John Burns
Lynn Cassel et al. on behalf of Alaska Professional Hunters Association
Raymond Tremblay on behalf of the Fish & Wildlife Service
Robert Rausch on behalf of Alaska Department of Fish & Game

Exhibits

Box 3

Exhibits

Bowhead Whale-Regulations on hunting (1978); 2 boxes

Box 1

Hopson v. Krebs no. A78-184-Civ

Pleadings-Re: Motion for summary judgment, November 1978

Box 2

Exhibits

Columbia Dam, Duck River, Tennessee (1978-1983); 7 boxes
See also: Record Group 2, New York Office, Sub-group V

Box 1

Correspondence-EDF, 1978-1980
Correspondence-To the Army Corps of Engineers (copies), 1980
Correspondence-Tennessee Valley Authority (copies), 1980

Memoranda-EDF, 1979-1980
Memoranda-Miscellaneous copies

Box 2

Meetings’ notes, 1978-1980
Media-Clippings
Fact sheets, n.d.

Wilson, D., Eisel, L.M. (1972?). Water quality and the Duck River Project.
            Typescript.

Eisel, L.M. (1973?). Flood control and the Duck River Project.
            Typescript.

Notices of public hearings-Army Corps of Engineers

FOIA requests-Responses of the Tennessee Valley Authority
Document production-EDF
Document production-Tennessee Valley Authority

Box 3

Document production-Tennessee Valley Authority

Clean Water Act section 401 Certification Hearings before the Tennessee Water Quality Board

Pleadings, 1980-1981

Witnesses-General
Witnesses-Memoranda
Witnesses-Depositions

Box 4

Clean Water Act section 401 Certification Hearings before the Tennessee Water Quality Board

Witnesses-Depositions
Witnesses-Testimony summaries
Witnesses-D. Stansberry, D. Etnier, J. Williams

Exhibits

EDF et al. v. Tennessee Water Quality Control Board et al. No. 81-1062-II
Chancery Ct. of Davidson County

Pleadings, 1981-1982

Box 5

EDF et al. v. Tennessee Water Quality Control Board et al. No. 81-1062-II
Chancery Ct. of Davidson County

Pleadings, 1981-1982

EDF et al. v. Tennessee Water Quality Control Board et al. No. 82-282-II
Ct. of Appeals

Pleadings, 1982-1983

Hearings before the Senate Committee on Public Works—Re: Water Resources Development Program: Duck River, 1975

Hearings on section 404 permit before the Army Corps of Engineers—Testimony, 1979

Hearings before the Subcommittee on Environment, Energy & Natural Resources—Statements,
August 1980

Hearings before the Subcommittee on Environment, Energy & Natural Resources (Moffett Hearings)
Statement, September 1980

Box 6

Hearings before the Subcommittee on Environment, Energy & Natural Resources (Moffett Hearings)
Statement, September 1980

Background documents by subject:
Columbia Dam evaluation-Report
Fish-Journal articles
Historical impact-Report
Mollusks-Journal articles
Recreation-Report
Uniform Relocation Act-Documents

Box 7

Background documents:
THMs-Documents
Water quality-documents

Pittston Oil Refinery & Marine Terminal, Eastport Maine (1979); 4 boxes
                 
Box 1

Correspondence, 1979-1983
Correspondence (copies), 1979-1981

Media

Notes

Petition of the Pittston Company for exemption from Section 7 (a) of the Endangered Species Act
before the Endangered Species Committee

Comments- Environmental Defense Fund
Comments-National Marine Fisheries Service

Statements before the Endangered Species Committee

Box 2

Petition of the Pittston Company for exemption from Section 7 (a) of the Endangered Species Act

Statements before the Endangered Species Board, 1979
Submissions—Pittston Company

Box 3

Petition of the Pittston Company for exemption from Section 7 (a) of the Endangered Species Act
 
Papers-re: whales

National Wildlife Foundation, EDF et al. v. Endangered Species Committee Civil action no. 79-1779

Draft complaint for injunctive and declaratory relief, n.d.

Source documents

Reports by subject:
Refinery siting

Box 4

Reports by subject:
Oil spill risk assessment
Impact on Fundy Bay

Dall’s Porpoise (1981-1986); 1 box

Box 1

Regulations governing the taking of marine mammals incidental to salmon fishing operations

Correspondence, 1981

Docket no. MMPAH 1981-1 before the National Marine Fisheries Services

Brief—Environmental Defense Fund
Recommended decision of the Administrative Law Judge

Docket no. MMPAH No. 1986-1 before the National Marine Fisheries Service

Briefs—Marine Mammal Commission

National Marine Fisheries Service:
Annual Report on Dall Porpoise-Salmon Research, 1979
Estimation of the Abundance of Dall Porpoise in the North Pacific Ocean-Bering Sea, 1981
Draft environmental impact statement—Incidental take of Dall’s Porpoise in the Japanese Salmon Fishery, 1981
Dall’s Porpoise Program—Final Action Plan, 1984
Dall’s Porpoise Program—Action Plan, 1986
Draft environmental impact statement—Incidental take of Dall’s Porpoise in the Japanese Salmon Fishery, 1986

Pleadings—related cases

Legislation

Compound 1080 for Predator Control (1982); 5 boxes
See also: Sub-group II Toxic Chemicals Program for more on Rodenticides and predator control

Hearing on applications to use Sodium Fluoracetate (Compound 1080) to control predators
FIFRA no. 502 before the EPA

Box 1

Pleadings:
Pre-hearing, December 1981-January 1982
Discovery & Position statements, January 1982
Requests for answers to interrogatories, February 1982

Box 2

Pleadings:
Interrogatories, February-March 1982
Pre-hearing / Discovery, March-April 1982

Box 3

Pleadings, April-July 1982

Box 4

Pleadings:
Statements of position
Witness lists

Testimony:
Witness on behalf of the American Society of Animal Science
Witnesses on behalf of the Texas Department of Agriculture
Witnesses on behalf of the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service
Witnesses on behalf of the State of Wyoming

Boxes 4-5

Testimony—Witnesses on behalf of the State of Wyoming

Channel Islands National Marine Sanctuary, California (1982-1985); 1 box

Box 1

Western Oil & Gas Association v. Byrne No. 82-5034 CBM (U.S. District Ct., Central District, Caif.)

Memoranda, 1982, 1985
Pleadings
Background documents-California Coastal Commission, re: consistency certification

SERIES 2:  Background Documents

Tuna-Porpoise Controversy: Regulations to Govern Taking of Marine Mammals Incidental to Commercial Fishing Operations (1974-1977); 9 boxes

Box 1

Hearings:
Marine Mammal Protection Oversight Hearings, October-December 1975
Marine Mammal Protection Act Oversight Hearings, February 1977
Investigation into the Tuna Industry No. 751-0016 before the Federal Trade Commission
Marine Mammal Protection Act amendments, May 1977
Regulations governing importation of tuna products, November 1977

Reports by author:
Inter-American Tropical Tuna Commission

Box 2

Reports by author:
Living Marine Resources
Marine Mammal Commission
National Marine Fisheries Service
National Marine Fisheries Service—Southwest Fisheries Center

Box 3

Reports by author:
National Marine Fisheries Service—Southwest Fisheries Center

Box 4

Reports by author:
National Marine Fisheries Service—Southwest Fisheries Center
U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service

Legislation:
Marine Mammal Protection Act amendment bills
Congressional Record

Meetings:
National Marine Fisheries Service-Tuna / Porpoise public meeting, 1977
Inter-American Tropical Tuna Commission

Box 5

Meetings:
Inter-American Tropical Tuna Commission

Workshop:
Conservationist / Industry Tuna-Porpoise workshop, University of Washington

Correspondence:
National Marine Fisheries Service, 1974-1976

Subject Files:
Tuna Industry

Box 6

Subject Files:
Tuna Industry

Research notes

Box 7

Research notes

Boxes 8-9

Porpoise observer cruise summary data (confidential)

Sub-group IV.3 Wildlife Program--Project Files

SERIES 1: Committees & Meetings [Reserved]

SERIES 2: Project Files

Antarctica Subject Files (1985-1992); 22 boxes

Box 1

Antarctic Advisory Committee, 1992
Antarctic Conservation Act—Correspondence, 1992
Antarctic Mineral Resources—Meeting papers, 1982-1989
Antarctic Mineral Resources—Regime, 1982-1983
Antarctic Mineral Resources—Reports

Box 2

Antarctic Mineral Resources—Reports, 1982-1989
Antarctic & Southern Ocean Coalition, 1985
Antarctic Treaty System—Correspondence, 1991
Antarctic Treaty System—International Institute for Environment & Development papers

Box 3

Antarctic Treaty System—Antarctic Treaty Consultative Meeting papers, 1990
Antarctic Treaty System—Protocol to Antarctic Treaty on Environmental Protection
Antarctic Treaty System—Antarctic Inspection Protocols, 1985-1989

Box 4

Antarctic Treaty System—Protocol to Antarctic Treaty on Environmental Protection, 1991-1992
Antarctic Treaty System—Antarctic Treaty Consultative Meeting papers, 1990-1991

Box 5

Antarctic Treaty System—Antarctic Treaty Consultative Meeting papers, 1990-1991
Antarctica & American Law
Antarctica Briefing [Greenpeace] Nos. 1-6, 13, 1984, 1987
Antarctica—Environmental issues—statements, 1989

Box 6

Antarctica—Environmental issues—statements, 1989
Antarctica—Oversight Hearings, 1984
Conservation—Reports

Box 7

Conservation—Wildlife
Convention on the Regulation of Antarctic Mineral Resource Activities—Correspondence
Convention on the Regulation of Antarctic Mineral Resource Activities—Antarctic & Southern Ocean Coalition
Convention on the Regulation of Antarctic Mineral Resource Activities—The Antarctic Project
Convention on the Regulation of Antarctic Mineral Resource Activities—Antarctic Treaty

Box 8

Convention on the Regulation of Antarctic Mineral Resource Activities—Keystone Center
Convention on the Regulation of Antarctic Mineral Resource Activities—Misc. reports
Convention on the Regulation of Antarctic Mineral Resource Activities—Statements

Box 9

Antarctic Minerals Convention—Report-International Institute for Environment & Development, 1988
Convention on the Regulation of Antarctic Minerals Resource Activities—Statements
Convention on the Regulation of Antarctic Minerals Resource Activities-Analysis, 1988
Legislation-Antarctic World Park and Protection Act of 1990, H.R. 4514-Testimony

Box 10

Environmental impact in Antarctica—Papers/reports
Environmental impact assessments
French airstrip, Port Geologie, Antarctica
Greenpeace—Reports, 1987-1988, 1990
Heard Island Acoustical Global Warming Feasibility Experiment, 1990
Iceberg Project—Correspondence, 1989

Box 11

Legislation—H.R. 3416, Antarctic Marine Resources Convention Act—statements, 1984
Legislation—Statement of Bruce Manheim, EDF on Protection of the Antarctic Environment, 1990
Legislation—H.R. 4514, Antarctica World Park & Protection Act of 1990

Box 12

Legislation—H.R. 3416—Statements before the Subcommitttee on Fisheries & Wildlife Conservation
& the Environment, June 1983
Legislation—H.R. 3977, Antarctic Protection Act of 1990
Legislation—H.R. 4210, Antarctic Conservation Act of 1990
Marion Island
Media—Clippings—Antarctica

Box 13

Media—Clippings:
Antarctica
Fishing
Mining
Ozone
Pollution

Box 14

Media—Clippings—Tourism
McMurdo Station—Oil Spill, 1989
McMurdo Station—Waste Disposal, 1991
McMurdo Station—Water Quality
National Research Council—Reports, 1986

Box 15

National Research Council—Polar Research Board, 1983, 1992
National Science Foundation—Environmental Action Memoranda, 1991-1993
National Science Foundation—Environmental Impact Assessment & Monitoring, 1992

Box 16

National Science Foundation—Environmental impact assessment for Scientific/Logistical Activities, 1990
National Science Foundation--Compliance with environmental law, 1989

Box 17

National Science Foundation—Oversight hearings, March 1989
National Science Foundation--Pollution regulation, 1991-1992
National Science Foundation--U.S. Antarctic Program, 1987-1990
Oil spill—Bahia Paraiso—Media & reports, 1989
Oil Spill—Bahia Paraiso—Statement of Bruce Manheim, EDF, 1989

Box 18

Policy
Reprints/Articles
Scientific Committee on Antarctic Research (SCAR)—Reports, 1987-1988, 1990, 1992

Box 19

Scientific Committee on Antarctic Research (SCAR):
SCAR Report, Nos. 1-5, 7-8, 1986-1992
SCAR Bulletin, Nos. 81-90, 92-96, 99, 102, 104, 105, 107, 1985-1992
SCAR—Waste disposal—Correspondence, comments, reports, 1987-1989

Box 20

Tourism:
Antarctic Traveler’s Code
Media & Articles
National Science Foundation Public Hearings on Antarctic Tourism, 1988

Box 21

Tourism:
Regulation
Tour Companies
U.S. Antarctic Program Observer Reports, 1991-1992

Box 22

United Nations—Question of Antarctica
History of U.S. activities in Antarctica, (paper, no author / date)
Vessels
World Resources Institute—Reports, 1990-1991

Sub-group IV.4: Wildlife Program—Public Statements / Texts

Box 1

SERIES 1: Comments

1973-1979
Meral, G.H. (1973). Comments of the Environmental Defense Fund on proposed
            amendment to section 216.10 of the Marine Mammal Protection Act.
            Letter to the Director of the National Marine Fisheries Service.

Environmental Defense Fund. (1974?). Comments on the draft environmental impact
            statement for promulgation of rules and proposed issuance of permits to
            commercial fisherman allowing the taking of marine mammals during the course
            of normal fishing operation.

Environmental Defense Fund. (1975). [Comments on the EIS issued by the National Marine
            Fisheries Services regarding porpoise killing].  Internal memorandum.

Butler, W.A. (1977). [Comments on the American Tunaboat Association’s March 3, 1977 application
            for a general permit under the MMPA of 1972 to allow the taking of marine mammals
            incidental to commercial fishing]. Letter to Richard Schoning, Director, National Marine
            Fisheries Service.

Environmental Defense Fund. (ca. 1975). Comments of the Environmental Defense Fund on the
            proposed McCloskey bill to amend the Marine Mammal Protection Act of 1972 to allow
            the commercial tuna fishing fleet to continue operations while exercising due care to reduce
            incidental porpoise mortality to insignificant levels approaching near zero.

Bean, Michael. (1979). [Re: BLM’s proposed guidelines for the identification, designation and
            protection of “areas of critical environmental concern” (ACEC’s)].
            Letter to Mr. Frank Gregg, Director, Bureau of Land Management.

SERIES 2: Testimony

1971-1977
September 8, 1971: John F. Hellegers, attorney, Environmental Defense Fund, before hearings of the Subcommittee on Fisheries and Wildlife Conservation, House Committee on Merchant Marine and Fisheries.

January 30, 1976: Statement of Joseph H. Highland to the Subcommittee on Fisheries and Wildlife Conservation and the Environment of the House Merchant Marine and Fisheries Committee.

September 28, 1976: Statement of William A. Butler on behalf of the Environmental Defense Fund, Marine Mammal Oversight Hearings before the House Merchant Marine and Fisheries Committee, Subcommittee on Fisheries, Wildlife Conservation and the Environment.

March 2, 1977: Testimony of William A. Butler on behalf of the Environmental Defense Fund, Sierra Club, Defenders of Wildlife, National Audubon Society at the Oversight Hearings on the Marine Mammal Protection Act, before the  House Committee on Merchant Marine and Fisheries, Subcommittee on Fisheries and Wildlife Conservation and the Environment.

March 11, 1977: Testimony of Juanita Alvarez and William A. Butler on behalf of the Environmental Defense Fund, Sierra Club, National Audubon Society, and Defenders of Wildlife at the Oversight Hearings of the Marine Mammal Protection Act, before the Senate Commerce Committee.

May 13, 1977: Testimony of William A. Butler on behalf of the Environmental Defense Fund and National Audubon Society regarding proposed amendments to the Marine Mammal Protection Act, before the House Merchant Marine and Fisheries Committee.

July 26, 1978: Statement of the Environmental Defense Fund on the Fish and Wildlife Coordination Act before the Subcommittee on Fisheries and Wildlife and the Environment of the Committee on Merchant Marine and Fisheries.

Box 2

1980-1984, undated
February 20, 1980: Statement of Clifton E. Curtis on behalf of the Animal Welfare Institute, Defenders of Wildlife, Environmental Defense Fund et al. before the Subcommitteee on Oceanography and the Subcommitteee on Fisheries and Wildlife Conservation and the Environment of the House Committee on Merchant Marine and Fisheries concerning the reauthorization of Title III of the Marine Protection, Research and Sanctuaries Act of 1972. Draft copy.

April 3, 1981: Statement of the Environmental Defense Fund, et al. to the Subcommittee on Fisheries and Wildlife Conservation and the Environment of the House Committee on Merchant Marine and Fisheries concerning the Reauthorization of the Marine Mammal Protection Act.

June 23, 1983: Statement of William Y. Brown before the Subcommittee on Fisheries and Wildlife Cocnservation and the Environment, Merchant Marine and Fisheries Committee, concerning the protection of wetlands.

June 30, 1983: Statement of William Y. Brown before the Subcommittee on Fisheries and Wildlife Conservation and the Environment, Merchant Marine and Fisheries Committee, concerning the Convention on the Conservation of Antarctic Marine Living Resources.

October 12, 1983: Statement of the Environmental Defense Fund, National Audubon Society, Friends of the Earth. Hearing on the Army Corps of Engineers’ proposal to amend its permit regulations.

November 9, 1983: Statement of William Y. Brown before the Subcommittee on Water Resources, Committee on Public Works and Transportation, United States House of Representatives, concerning section 404 of the Clean Water Act (wetlands protection).

April 12, 1984: Statement of Dr. William Y. Brown, Environmental Defense Fund, before the Subcommittee on Human Rights and International Organizations, Committee on Foreign Affairs, U.S. House of Representatives. Hearing on H.R. 3416-The Marine Living Resources Convention Act.

1984: Written statement of William Y. Brown, Sr. Scientist, EDF, before the Subcommittee on Commerce, Justice, State, the Judiciary, and related agencies, Committee on Appropriations, U.S. Senate.  Hearing on the fiscal year 1984 budget of the NOAA.

September 24, 1984: Statement of William Y. Brown before the Subcommittee on Science, Technology and Space, Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportaiton, U.S. Senate. Oversight Hearing on Antarcitica.

SERIES 3: Writings

1981-1985
Brown, W.Y. (1981). Acid rain and wildlife conservation. Manuscript.

Brown, W.Y. (1982). The conservation principles of the Convention of the Conservation of
            Antarctic Marine Living Resources. Report.

Environmental Defense Fund. (1983). A report prepared for the United Nations Environment
            Programme on activities concerning the In Situ conservation of biological diversity.

Brown, W.Y. (1984). Federal initiatives for the preservation of wetlands. Manuscript.

Brown, W.Y. (1984). Protection of wetlands and other natural areas by elimination of certain tax
            credits and deductions: Draft legislation and background information.  Draft report.

Brown, W.Y. (1985). Eliminating tax subsidies to protect critical habitat for endangered species and
            other natural areas: A report and a model legislation. Report.

Brown, W.Y. (undated). Gamboling in the permafrost: An essay on the arctic environment.
            Manuscript.

Brown, W.Y. (undated). Corps proposals are further retreat from wetlands protection. Manuscript.

Sub-group V: Energy Program

Sub-group V.1: Energy Program—Staff Files

SERIES 1: Subject Files

Energy Program-Memorandum on future directions of the program, 1979

Construction Work in Progress (CWIP) and utility rates:
Fact sheet
CWIP in FERC electric rate base-Congressional hearings, August 1982
CWIP legislation, H.R. 555
Congressional testimony

Coal gasification-Memorandum, government documents, 1970-1973

El Paso coal gasification project-Memoranda, comments, 1975
Energy crisis/employment-articles

Palo Verde Nuclear Generating Station-Comments, 1979
Power Plant & Industrial Fuel Act-Comments, 1979

Regulatory reform-bills, 1983

Sub-group V.2 Energy Program—Legal Files

SERIES 1: Litigation & Hearings

Trans-Alaska Pipeline System (1970-1974); 22 boxes
See also: Record Group 2, New York Office, Sub-group V

Box 1

Correspondence, 1971-1972
Correspondence—Local counsel (Canada), 1973

Media—Press releases, 1972-1973

Wilderness Society et al. v. Morton et al. No. 928-70 (U.S. Dist Ct., D.C.)

Pleadings:
Findings of fact, conclusions of law & preliminary injunction, April 1970

Box 2

Wilderness Society et al. v. Morton et al. No. 928-70 (U.S. Dist Ct., D.C.)

Pleadings:
Discovery, February 1971
Motions to intervene
Re: Defendant’s motion to maintain motion as class action
Re: Defendant’s motion for protective order
Re: Preliminary injunction
Re: Plaintiff’s motion for partial summary judgment
Amended complaint for injunction & declaratory judgment
Pre-trial pleadings, May 1972

Box 3

Pleadings:
Answer of intervenor-plaintiffs to interrogatories by Alyeska, June 1972
Transcript of proceedings, June 7, 1972
Re: Defendant’s motion for protective order, June 1972
Answer of EDF et al. to interrogatories by Alyeska, June 1972
Answers of Alyeska to interrogatories, June 1972
Briefs on NEPA issues, July 1972
Intervenor State of Alaska on Mineral Leasing Act, July 1972

Box 4

Pleadings:
Briefs—Alyeska Pipeline Service Company on Mineral Leasing Act, July 1972
Plaintiffs’ appendices, Jul 1972
Memorandum Amicus Curiae of United Distribution Company, July 1972

Box 5

Pleadings:
Reply brief of plaintiffs, August 1972
Transcript of proceedings—Argument on behalf of the State of Alaska
Deposition of David Brew on behalf of the Department of the Interior
Deposition of Jared Carter on behalf of the Department of the Interior

Box 6

Pleadings:
Motion of David Anderson to intervene as plaintiff, August 1972

Box 7

Pleadings:
Deposition of Jared Carter on behalf of the Department of the Interior
Deposition of Jack Horton on behalf of the Department of the Interior

Box 8

Deposition of Jack Horton on behalf of the Department of the interior
Deposition of Rogers C.B. Morton
Deposition of Richard Nehring on behalf of the Department of the Interior

Box 9

Deposition of Richard Nehring
Deposition of Fredrick Sanger on behalf of the Department of the Interior
Deposition of William Vogley on behalf of the Department of the Interior
Depositions digest

Box 10

Draft environmental impact statement—Trans Alaska Pipeline—Department of the Interior

Box 11

Final environmental impact statement—Trans Alaska Pipeline—Department of the Interior

Box 12

Environmental Impact Statement—Comments:
Volume 1-Technical comments
Volume 2-Terrestrial impact
Volume 3-Marine impact

Box 13

Environmental impact statement—Comments:
Volume 3-Marine Impacts
Volume 4
State of Alaska on TAPS and alternative

Box 14

Environmental impact statement—Comments
Exhibits—Alyeska—Hearings before the Department of the Interior, 1971

Box 15

Exhibits—Alyeska—Hearings before the Department of the Interior, 1971
Exhibits—John Dienelt / EDF

Box 16

Exhibits—John Dienelt / EDF

Document production:
Alyeska—Project description, Vols. 1 & 2

Box 17

Document production:
Alyeska—Project Description

Box 18

Document production:
Alyeska—Project Description
Environmental Defense Fund
U.S. Department of the Interior

Box 19

Document Production:
U.S. Department of the Interior

Exhibits—Provenance Unknown—Mineral Leasing Act
Witness files
Notice of appeal—David Anderson & the Canadian Wildlife Federation, 1972

Wilderness Society et al. v. Morton No. 72-1090 (U.S. Ct. of Appeals, D.C.)

Pleadings:
Brief of appellants David Anderson & the Canadian Wildlife Federation
Brief of appellees Secretary of the Interior

Box 20

Wilderness Society et al. v. Morton No. 72-1090 (U.S. Ct. of Appeals, D.C.)

Pleadings:
Brief of the Wilderness Society, February 1972
Opinion, May 1972

Wilderness Society et al. v. Morton No.  72-1797 (U.S. Ct. of Appeals, D.C.)
David Anderson et al. v. Morton No. 72-1796 (U.S. Ct. of Appeals, D.C.)

Appellees’ memorandum…in response to motion for summary judgment filed May 1972
Appellees’ brief in response to all plaintiffs’ briefs on NEPA issues, July 1972
Brief of the State of Alaska on the Mineral Leasing Act & related issues, July 1972
Opinion, February 1973
Bill of costs, February 1973

Rogers C.B. Morton v. Wilderness Society et al. Nos. 72-1227 / 1228/ 1229
(U.S. Supreme Ct.)

Petition for writ of certiorari to the U.S. Ct. of Appeals, March 1973

Box 21

Alyeska Pipeline Service Co. v. Wilderness Society et al. No. 73-1977 (U.S. Supreme Ct.)
On writ of certiorari to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit

Pleadings:
Brief of the Respondents Wilderness Society et al., December 1974
Opinion, December 1974

Proposed continued NEPA litigation:
Memoranda, June-October 1973
Pipeline expert files—Lawrence Bliss

Box 22

Proposed continued NEPA litigation:
Pipeline expert files—Lawrence Bliss
Final environmental impact statement addendum—memoranda on research
Appendix on deferral

Four Corners Power Plant (1971-1973); 2 boxes

National Wildlife Federation et al. v. Morton No. 1090-71 (U.S. District Ct., D.C.)

Box 1

Correspondence, 1971-1973

Media-Clippings
Media-Press releases

Pleadings--Complaint for injunctive, declaratory & other relief
Pleadings—Motions to intervene

Box 2

Pleadings

Strip Mining—Tennessee Valley Authority (1971-1974); 4 boxes

Box 1

Correspondence, 1971-1973
Media-Press release, 1971

Natural Resources Defense Council et al. v. Tennessee Valley Authority No. 71 Civ 919
(U.S. District Ct., So. Dist., NY)

Pleadings, 1971-1972

Natural Resources Defense Council et al. v. Tennessee Valley Authority No. 72-1119
(U.S. Ct of Appeals, 2nd Cir.)

Joint appendix, February 1972
Pleadings—Briefs—Defendant-Appellant, March 1972
Decision, March 1972

Natural Resources Defense Council et al. v. Tennessee Valley Authority No. 8062
(U.S. District Ct., Eastern Dist., TN)

Affidavits

Box 2

Natural Resources Defense Council et al. v. Tennessee Valley Authority No. 8062
(U.S. District Ct., Eastern Dist., TN)

Affidavits

Pleadings, 1972-1973

Box 3

Pleadings, 1973-1974
Tennessee Valley Authority Annual Report, 1971

Natural Resources Defense Council et al. v. Tennessee Valley Authority No. 74-1132
(U.S. Ct. of Appeals, 6th Cir.)

Plaintiffs-Appellants appendix

Box 4

Plaintiffs-Appellants appendix
Pleadings—Brief—Plaintiff-Appellant
Pleadings—Brief—Defendant-Appellees

Douglas Point Nuclear Generating Station—Maryland (1972-1974); 5 boxes

Box 1

Correspondence, 1974
Environmental Impact Statement—Comments—EDF

Application of the Potomac Electric Power Company, docket nos. 50-448 / 50-449 before the Atomic Energy Commission

Environmental review-Atomic Energy Commission

Pleadings:
Intervention-Prince George Environmental Coalition et al.
Stipulations

Safety review-Atomic Energy Commission

Box 2

Application of the Potomac Electric Power Company, docket nos. 50-448 / 50-449 before the Atomic Energy Commission

Pleadings, 1973-1974

Box 3

Application of the Potomac Electric Power Company docket nos. 50-448 / 50-449 before the Atomic Energy Commission

Safety review-Atomic Energy Commission

Pleadings—January 1974-November 1974

Application of the Potomac Electric Power Company for a certificate of convenience & necessity
docket no. 6603 before the Maryland Public Service Commission

Application of the Potomac Electric Power Company, 1972
Preliminary environmental review-Maryland Dept of Natural Resources, 1973

Box 4

Application of the Potomac Electric Power Company for a certificate of convenience & necessity
docket no. 6603 before the Maryland Public Service Commission

Pleadings—January-November 1974

Background:
Potomac Electric Power Company—brochures, n.d.
Johns Hopkins University-Power Plant Site Evaluation Interim Report-Douglas Point Site, 1974

Box 5

Background:
Johns Hopkins University-Power Plant Site Evaluation Interim Report-Douglas Point Site, 1974

Electric Utility Rates—Michigan (1974-1975); 1 box

Box 1

Nos. U-4570, U-4576, U-4807 before the Michigan Public Service Commission

Correspondence-Press, 1974-1975

Brief-Environmental Defense Fund, December 1974
Notice of proposal for decision, December 1974

Detroit Edison’s motion for interim partial and immediate revenue relief, April 1975
Notice of hearing, May 1975
Motions to intervene, May 1975
Interrogatories to Detroit Edison, August 1975

Electric Utilities—North Carolina (1975); 1 box

Box 1

Investigation of peak-load pricing, metering, conservation, load management, no. E-100 Sub 21 before the North Carolina Utilities Commission

Pleadings, 1975
Pleadings-Brief of the Attorney General, 1975

Rate Design for Electric Corporations (1975-1976); 2 boxes
    
Case no. 26806 before the NYS Public Service Commission

Box 1

Pleadings, April 1975-March 1976

Pleadings-Briefs:
Environmental Defense Fund
ITT World Communications Inc. (Long Island Lighting rates no. 26887)
Federal Energy Administration
City of New York
On behalf of intervenors
Rochester Gas & Electric
Consolidated Edison

Box 2

Pleadings-Briefs:
Industrial Powers Consumers Conference

Pleadings-Reply briefs:
Environmental Defense Fund
AIRCO
Federal Energy Administration
Owners Committee on Electric Rates
Rochester Gas & Electric
Long Island Lighting Company
Intervenors

Prototype Oil Shale Leasing Program (1978-1980); 1 box

Box 1

Environmental Defense Fund, Colorado Open Space Council, Friends of the Earth
v. Cecil D. Andrus et al. (U.S. Ct of Appeals, 10th Cir.)

Briefs:
Reply brief—Appellants Environmental Defense Fund et al., 1979
Brief—Appellants, 1979

Joint appendix

Electric Utilities—California (1981-1983); 1 box

Box 1

Application no. 57284 before the California Public Utilities Commission

Testimony—W.R.Z. Willey—Environmental Defense Fund, 1978

Application no. 59537 before the California Public Utilities Commission

Decision no. 93891

Application no. 60153 before the California Public Utilities Commission

Report on the quantitative measurement of Pacific Gas & Electric’s conservation programs-test year 1982

Application no. 61138 before the California Public Utilities Commission

Report on energy conservation programs of Southern California Edison-test year 1983

California Public Utilities Commission. (1983). Standard practice for cost-benefit analysis
            of conservation & load management programs. Joint staff report.

Financial & Cost Implications of Constructing Nine Mile Point Unit 2 (1981-1982); 12 boxes

Case no. 28059 before the NYS Public Service Commission

Box 1

Media—Clippings

Pleadings (correspondence), December 1981
Pleadings—Briefs—Environmental Defense Fund
Pleadings—Briefs—Capital District Anti-Nuclear Alliance
Pleadings—Briefs—NYS Consumer Protection Board

Interrogatories

Box 2

Interrogatories

Box 3

Interrogatories
Testimony—summaries

Box 4

Testimony:
Central Hudson Gas & Electric
Environmental Defense Fund
NYS Consumer Protection Board
NYS Department of Public Service

Box 5

Testimony:
NYS Gas & Electric
Niagara Mohawk Power Corporation
William H. Hieronymus in rebuttal to the Environmental Defense Fund
Witnesses on behalf of co-tenants

Minutes of pre-hearing conference, September 23, 1981

Box 6

Minutes of pre-hearing conference, September 24, 1981

Minutes of public hearing, December 1, 1981:
Witnesses on behalf of Theodore Barry & Associates
Witnesses on behalf of the NYS Department of Public Service

Minutes of public hearing, December 2, 1981:
Witnesses on behalf of the NYS Department of Public Service

Box 7

Minutes of public hearing, December 2, 1981:
Witnesses on behalf of the NYS Department of Public Service
Witnesses on behalf of the co-tenants

Minutes of public hearing, December 3, 1981:
Witnesses on behalf of the co-tenants
Witnesses on behalf of the NYS Consumer Protection Board

Minutes of public hearing, December 4, 1981:
Witnesses on behalf of Niagara Mohawk Power Corporation / Rochester Gas & Electric

Box 8

Minutes of public hearing, December 4, 1981:
Witnesses on behalf of Niagara Mohawk / Rochester Gas & Electric
Witness on behalf of the NYS Consumer Protection Board

Minutes of public hearing, December 7, 1981:
Witness on behalf of the Environmental Defense Fund
Witnesses on behalf of co-tenants

Minutes of public hearing, December 8, 1981:
Witnesses on behalf of the NYS Department of Public Service
Witness on behalf of the NYS Consumer Protection Board

Box 9

Minutes of public hearing, December 8, 1981:
Witness on behalf of Assemblyman Maurice D. Hinchey

Minutes of public hearing, December 10, 1981

Minutes of public hearing, December 11, 1981:
Witnesses on behalf of co-tenants
Witnesses on behalf of Niagara Mohawk Power Corporation

Box 10

Environmental Defense Fund. (1981). A new alternative to completing
            Nine Mile Point Unit 2 Nuclear Station: Economic and technical
            analysis. Berkeley: Author.

Opening brief-Environmental Defense Fund, December 1981

Comments of the Environmental Defense Fund on incentive rate of return plan for ratemaking treatment of future construction cost of the Nine Mile 2 Nuclear Generating Plant., March 1982

Petition for reconsideration submitted by the NYS Consumer Protection Board et al., May 1982
Reply of the co-tenants in response to petition for re-hearing, June 1982

Box 11

Exhibits

Analysis of record—Administrative Law Judge

Documents—Reports—Niagara Mohawk Power Corporation

Box 12

Documents—Theodore Barry & Associates audit—Comments
Minutes—Verification meeting for the TB&A audit, Syracuse NY, May 1981

New York State Energy Master Plan (1981-1983); 1 box

Box 1

The 1981 State Energy Master Plan & long range electric & gas system planning proceedings
before the State Energy Office

Rebuttal testimony of George L. Fitzpatrick on behalf of the New York Power Pool
Prepared testimony of David Nichols, Paul D. Raskin, Energy Systems Research Group

Reports:

New York State Energy Office. (1982). New York State energy master plan & long range electric
            and gas report, volume one. Final report. Albany: Author.

New York State Energy Office. (1983). New York State energy master plan & long range electric
            and gas report, volume three: draft environmental impact statement. Albany: Author.

Implementation of Conservation Programs that will Reduce Electric Use (1981-1983);
14 boxes
See also: Record Group 2, New York Office, Sub-group V

Case no. 28223 before the NYS Public Service Commission

Box 1
 
Correspondence—Pilot programs
Memoranda, 1982-1983
Memoranda, undated
Memoranda—Legal issues

Minutes—Pre-hearing conference, May-June 1982
Minutes—Pre-hearing conference, September 1982

Box 2

Interrogatories

Box 3

Interrogatories
Pleadings, December 1982
Pleadings—Briefs—Rochester Gas & Electric
Pleadings—Briefs—Utilities
Pleadings—Briefs—Environmental Defense Fund

Box 4

Recommended decision, 1983

Pleadings:
Briefs—Utilities
Briefs—Public Service Commission
Briefs—Central Hudson Electric & Gas
Briefs—Consolidated Edison
Briefs—Natural Resources Defense Council / Environmental Planning Lobby
Briefs—Niagara Mohawk
Briefs—Rochester Gas & Electric

Pleadings—Data requests—Environmental Defense Fund

Testimony:
Witnesses on behalf of the Applied Energy Group
Witnesses on behalf of Consolidated Edison

Box 5

Testimony:
Witnesses on behalf of the Environmental Defense Fund
Witnesses on behalf of the Long Island Lighting Company
Witnesses on behalf of the Natural Resources Defense Council / Environmental Planning Lobby
Witnesses on behalf of the NYS Department of Public Service
Witnesses on behalf of New York State Electric & Gas
Witnesses on behalf of the New York State Energy Office

Box 6

Testimony:
Witnesses on behalf of Niagara Mohawk Power Corporation
Witnesses on behalf of Orange & Rockland Utilities

Minutes of Public Hearing, December 6, 1982:
Witnesses on behalf of NYS Electric & Gas
Witnesses on behalf of Niagara Mohawk Power Corporation
Witnesses on behalf of Rochester Gas & Electric
Witnesses on behalf of utility companies

Minutes of Public Hearing, December 7, 1982:
Witness on behalf of utility companies
             
Box 7

Minutes of public hearing, December 7, 1982:
Witnesses on behalf of utility companies
Witness on behalf of the Environmental Defense Fund

Minutes of public hearing, December 8, 1982:
Witnesses on behalf of the NYS Department of Public Service
Witness on behalf of Energy Systems Research Group

Minutes of public hearing, July 12, 1983:
Witnesses on behalf of NYS Electric & Gas (NYSEG)
Witnesses on behalf of Niagara Mohawk Power Corporation

Box 8

Minutes of public hearing, July 12, 1983:
Witnesses on behalf of the Long Island Lighting Company (LILCO)

Minutes of public hearing, July 13, 1983:
Witnesses on behalf of Consolidated Edison
Witnesses on behalf of Applied Energy Group
Witnesses on behalf of Orange & Rockland Utilities
Witnesses on behalf of the NYS Department of Public Service

Minutes of public hearing, July 14, 1983:
Witnesses on behalf of Rochester Gas & Electric
Witnesses on behalf of Energy Systems Research Group
Witness on behalf of the Environmental Defense Fund

Minutes of public hearing, July 15, 1983:
Witness on behalf of the Environmental Defense Fund

Box 9

Minutes of public hearing, July 15, 1983:
Witness on behalf of the Environmental Defense Fund

Minutes of public hearing, July 18, 1983:
Witnesses on behalf of Central Hudson Electric & Gas
Witness on behalf of the NYC Energy Office
Witness on behalf of the NYS Consumer Protection Board

Minutes of public hearing, July 19, 1983:
Witness on behalf of the NYS Department of Public Service
Witnesses on behalf of the NYS Energy Office

Exhibits

Box 10

Exhibits

Box 11

Comments on shared savings proposal of the PSC staff—Environmental Defense Fund
Notes of counsel on testimony

Box 12

Correspondence, 1982-1986

Report-Conservation potential-NYSEG, ca. 1981
Statement-Conservation measures, September 1982
Interrogatories-Answers of Consolidated Edison to EDF, September 1982
Symposium on utility investment in conservation-Announcement, October 1982
Interrogatories-Answers of Long Island Lighting Company (LILCO), October 1982
Interrogatories-Answers of Niagara Mohawk Power Corporation, October 1982
Interrogatories-Answers of NYSEG
Exhibit-EDF-Methodology for assessing cost-effectiveness of end-use conservation programs
Notes-Rebuttal testimony preparation
Report-Residential appliance inventory, survey instruments, December 1982
Brief-NYSEG

Box 13

Briefs-utilities, February 1983
Shared savings proposal-Staff-Comments, March 1983
Report-Evaluation of the energy conservation potential in the large commercial sector-
Long Island Lighting Company (LILCO), March 1983
Interrogatories-Answers of Central Hudson Gas & Electric
Interrogatories-Answers of Orange & Rockland Utilities

Box 14

Comments of the Environmental Defense Fund on Conservation Voltage Regulation reports submitted by utilities, March 1983

Interrogatories-Answers of the Environmental Defense Fund
Staff & non-utility intervenors’ agreement
Conservation Program plans—Comments, 1985
Conservation Program plan for 1986-Consolidated Edison, 1985
Conservation Program plan for 1987-Consolidated Edison, 1986

Niagara Mohawk Corporation-Long Run Avoided Costs (1985-1987); 1 box

Box 1

Order & pleadings, 1985
Opinion & order of the NYS Public Service Commission no. 86-8
Petition by the Occidental Chemical Corporation for rehearing of opinion
PSC-Long-run avoided costs: updated estimates of fuel prices, inflation & electric load growth\
Order adopting long run avoided cost updates

Nine Mile Point 2-Prudence of costs incurred (1986); 1 box

Box 1

Rebuttal testimony-Niagara Mohawk Corporation
Pleadings
Testimony-NYS Consumer Protection Board
Petition for rehearing

SERIES 2: Background Documents

Trans-Alaska Pipeline System—Canadian Alternative Route; 12 boxes

Box 1

Memoranda—Re: Canadian alternative route
Media—Canadian

Box 2

Environmental studies—Government:
Canada-Department of Energy, Mines and Resources
Canada-Department of the Environment

Box 3

Environmental studies—Government:
Canada-Department of External Affairs
Geological Survey of Canada
Canada-Department of Indian Affairs & Northern Development

Box 4

Environmental studies—Government:
Canada-Department of Indian Affairs & Northern Development
National Research Council of Canada

Box 5

Environmental studies:
Canadian Arctic Gas Study Ltd.
Canadian Gas Association
Canadian Arctic Resources Committee
Canadian Environment Protection Board

Box 6

Environmental studies:
Canadian Environment Protection Board
Mackenzie Valley Pipeline Research Ltd.
Northwest Project Study Group
Trans-Canada Pipelines
University sources

Box 7

Environmental studies:
University sources

Reports:
Atlantic Pipeline Company—Transport
Bechtel Corporation-Transport
Canadian Arctic Resources Committee
Canadian Arctic Gas Survey
Canada-Department of the Environment
Charles Cicchetti—Benefit cost analysis

Box 8

Reports:
Department of the Interior—Economic & security aspects

Canadian Government Documents:
House of Commons Debates—Vol. 115, nos. 95, 214, 237, Official reports
House of Commons Debates—Vol. 117, nos. 137, 140, 154-56, Official reports
House of Commons—Minutes of proceedings of Special Committee on Environmental Pollution

Subject Files:
Energy Policy—Canada

Box 9

Subject Files:
Energy Policy—Canada
Mackenzie Valley Corridor
Native claims
Pipeline maps

Box 10

Official correspondence and other communications between Canada & the U.S.
Department of the Interior—Internal communication concerning Canadian alternative [Confidential]
Alyeska / Oil Industry input on Canadian alternative

Box 11

Alyeska / Oil Industry input on Canadian alternative

Box 12

Feasibility of a Canadian alternative—Source unknown

Trans-Alaska Pipeline System—Legislation (1973); 4 boxes
See also: Record Group 2: New York Office, Sub-group V

Box 1

Correspondence, February 1973
Correspondence—Congress, April-July 1973

Senate bills:
Senate bill 1081—Research
Senate bill 1081—Foreign Relations Committee—Canadian alternative

House bills:
House bill 9130

Box 2

Natural Gas Regulations and the Trans-Alaska Pipeline System—Hearings before the Joint Economic Committee June 1972

Rights-of-Way Across Federal Lands—Hearings before the Senate Insular & Interior Affairs Committee, 1973

Testimony / statements before the Senate Insular & Interior Affairs Committee:
Alaskan
Congressmen
U.S. industry

Box 3

Testimony / statements before the Senate Insular & Interior Affairs Committee:
U.S. Industry
Environmental groups

Hearing notices—House committees

Hearings before the Subcommittee on Public Lands, House Interior & Insular Affairs Committee,
Volume 1: Government; Volume 2: Plaintiffs & Industry

Statements to Congressional Committees—Administration

Box 4

Statements to Congressional committees—Administration
Statements before House committees—Congressmen
Statements before House committees—Environmental groups
Statements—Canadian industries

Implementation of Conservation Programs that Will Reduce Electric Use (1981-1986);
4 boxes

Box 1

By Subject:

1983 Residential appliance inventory: Methodology & results—For NYS utilities
Appliance saturation survey-For Central Hudson Gas & Electric, 1981
Citizens Committee for a Long Island Power Authority-Report, 1985
Coal conversion-Impact on utilities-Dept of Energy, 1980
Conservation activities sponsored by utilities-Bibliography-Rochester Gas & Electric, 1982
Conservation activities-Niagara Mohawk Research Advisory Council, 1986
Conservation-Articles
Conservation Assessment Program Plan-New York State Energy & Gas, 1986

Box 2

Conservation Assessment Program-Niagara Mohawk Power
Conservation Assessment Project-1980 residential energy use survey-NYSEG Market Research
Conservation Assessment Project-1981 commercial customer analysis-NYSEG Market Research
Conservation plan for 1987-Orange & Rockland Utilities
Conservation plan-PSE&G-New Jersey, 1982
Conservation & Renewable Energy
Conservation voltage regulation-Pacific Gas & Electric
Conservation voltage regulation-Reports-Utilities, 1982-1983

Box 3

Edison Electric Institute-Papers
Electricity Conservation Assessment Programs-Utilities
Electricity Conservation Investment Programs-Utilities
Electricity Supply Sufficiency-Department of Energy
Energy conservation activities, 1981-Pacific Gas & Electric

Box 4

Energy conservation activities, 1981-San Diego Gas & Electric
Energy technology alternatives-New York State-for NYS R&D Authority, 1982
Financial incentives-Niagara Mohawk, 1986
Home Energy Assistance Program-NYS Dept of Social Services, 1983-1984
Home Insulation & Conservation Program-Evaluation-Niagara Mohawk, 1982
Load Management Testing Model-for Niagara Mohawk, 1986
Sherburne Co. Generating Station-Findings of fact, 1982
Utility oil & gas consumption reduction-Department of Energy, 1980
Weatherization Program-Idaho Power Company, 1981

Sub-group V.4 Energy Program—Public Statements / Texts

SERIES 1: Comments

Box 1

Butler, W.A. (1970). [Comments of the Environmental Defense Fund on proposed
            amendments to the regulations of the Atomic Energy Commission]. Letter
            to the Secretary of the Commission.

Roisman, A.Z. (1973). Comments of the Environmental Defense Fund on proposed revision
            to the Atomic Energy Commission regulations implementing the National Environmental
            Policy Act.

Greenberg, E.V.C., Bartelman, C. (1975). Comments on behalf of the Sierra Club, Environmental
            Defense Fund, Natural Resources Defense Council, the National Parks and Conservation
            Association and Friends of the Earth on the Energy Research and Development       
            Administration’s draft impact statement, “Expansion of U.S. Uranium Enrichment Capacity”.

Trujllo, G., Mastbaum, D.C. (1977). Comments of the Environmental Defense Fund on the
            application of Gulf Oil Corporation and Standard Oil Company for a subsurface disposal
            system in Rio Blanco County, Colorado.

Willey, W.R.Z., Mastbaum, D. (1979). Comments of the Environmental Defense Fund on the
            assessment of the consequences of oil shale development (August 1979 draft),
            prepared by Batelle Northwest Laboratories for the U.S. Department of Energy.

Percival, R.V. (1981). Comments of the Environmental Defense Fund on the “Management
             and Technical Review of the Construction and Feasibility of Nine Mile Point #2”
            prepared by Theodore Barry & Associates and Canatom, Inc.

Percival, R.V. (1982). Comments of the Environmental Defense Fund on incentive rate of return
            Plan for ratemaking treatment of future construction costs of the Nine Mile 2 Nuclear
            Generating Plant. From proceedings before the NYS Public Service Commission,
            case no. 28059.

SERIES 2: Testimony / Speeches

Habicht, E.R. (1974, September).  [Speech on utility ratemaking reform]. Presented before
            the Federal Energy Administration’s Electric Utility Rate Conference.

Habicht, E.R. (1975, April). Towards resolution of the conflict between energy and the environment.
            Presented at the Conference of the Measurement of Social and Economic Data and Public
            Policy, Austin, TX.

May 7, 1975: Testimony of Ernst R. Habicht, Staff Scientist and Director of Energy Program of the Environmental Defense Fund, regarding the design of electricity tariffs before the Senate Public Works Committee.

Habicht, E.R. (1975, June). The energy puzzle: Electric rates, space conditioning and load
            management.  Presented before the Federal Energy Administration Conference,
            “The Challenge of Load Management, a Convergence of Diverse Interests”,
            Washington, D.C.

February 24, 1976: Testimony of Ernst R. Habicht, Director of the Energy Program, regarding
Electric utilities, before the House Subcommittee on Energy Research, Development and Demonstration.

April 2, 1976: Testimony of Ernst R. Habicht, Staff Scientist and Director of the Energy Program, regarding electric utility rate design reform, before the House Interstate and Foreign Commerce
Committee, Subcommittee on Energy and Power.

April 13, 1976: Testimony of Katherine Fletcher, Staff Scientist, on guaranteed loans for synthetic fuels, before the House Committee on Science and Technology.

May 3, 1977: Testimony of John Krautkraemer on behalf of the Environmental Defense Fund on the “Modifications to the Detailed Development Plan” of oil shale lease c-b (Ashland Oil, Inc. and Occidental Oil Shale, Inc.), Denver, Colorado.

July 26, 1977: Testimony of the Environmental Defense Fund on the Rio Blanco Oil Shale Project
Revised Detailed Development Plan.

June 14, 1979: Testimony of David B. Roe on behalf of the Environmental Defense Fund on
National Solar Policy: Impact of Utility Financing on Solar Development, before the House
Subcommittee on Energy and Power of the Commerce Committee and the Subcommittee on
Energy Development and Applications of the Science and Technology Committee.

February 27, 1980: Statement of Robert J. Rauch, Staff Attorney of the Environmental Defense Fund, on behalf of the National Clean Air Coalition, before the House Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigation of the Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce.

September 9, 1980: Testimony of Paula C. Phillips, Regional Counsel, on S. 2858 (oil shale leasing)
before the Subcommittee on Energy Resources and Materials Production of the Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources.

Willey,W.R.Z. (1981, February). Review of Hahn and Noll’s “Implementing tradable emissions
            permits”. Prepared for the Conference on Reforming Government Regulation: Alternative
            Strategies to Social Regulatory Policy


SERIES 3: Writings by Program Staff

Habicht, E.R. (1976). Improving the efficiency of capital investment in the energy sector of our
            economy. Draft working paper.

Habicht, E.R. (ca. 1976). The social origins and economic basis of the demand for electricity.
            Manuscript.

Habicht, E.R. (1979). Property rights and energy prices. Manuscript.

Wagoner, J.K. (1979). Uranium: The United States experience-A Lesson in History.
            Manuscript.

Kirshner, D. (1980). Economic alternatives to new nuclear and coal plants in Michigan.
            Final report to the Special Joint Committee on Nuclear Energy, Michigan State
            Legislature.

Oppenheimer, M. (1982). [Summary of article: “The relationship between sulfur emissions and
            sulfate in precipitation]. Memorandum.

Roe, D.B. (1982). [Op-Ed piece on Nine Mile Point Unit 2].  Manuscript submitted to The New York
            Times.

Environmental Defense Fund. (1983). Summary of National Clean Air Coalition positions on acid
            rain strategies for east and west. Memorandum.

Oppenheimer, M. (1983). The relationship of sulfur emissions to sulfate in precipitation.
            Atmospheric Environment 17(3) 451-460.

Environmental Defense Fund. (1984). The positive alternative to completing Shoreham and Nine
            Mile 2: Supplement to economic and technical analysis, November 1981.  Report
            submitted to the Hon. Mario M. Cuomo, Governor of the State of New York.

Sub-group VI: Transportation Program

Sub-group VI.1: Transportation Program—Staff Files [Reserved]

Sub-group VI.2: Transportation Program—Legal Files

SERIES 1: Litigation & Hearings

Supersonic Transport—Concorde (1970-1977); 9 boxes
See also: Record Group 2: New York Office, Sub-group V

Box 1

Correspondence:
1968-1969
1970
1972
1973
1974
1975

Box 2

Correspondence:
1975
1976

Memoranda, 1974-1975

Box 3

Memoranda, 1975-1976

Media:
Concorde factsheet—EDF, n.d.
Press releases—EDF, 1972
Press releases—EDF, 1973-1974

Petition under the Federal Aviation Act requesting the immediate promulgation of the environmental standards that will govern certification of the supersonic transport; Petition of the Environmental Defense Fund, 1970

Petition requesting the immediate promulgation of a rule barring the use of airport facilities to any new aircraft…that are unable to meet the noise standards applicable to newly certified subsonic aircraft. Petition of the Environmental Defense Fund to the State of Alaska et al., 1970

Environmental Defense Fund et al. v. Butterfield et al. No. 74-217 (U.S. Dist Ct., D.C.)

Complaints
Pleadings, 1974-1977

Box 4

Documents—Environmental Protection Agency
Documents—Department of Transportation—Federal Aviation Administration

Hearings on the draft environmental impact statement on the Concorde Supersonic Transport
before the Federal Aviation Administration

Statement on behalf of Fairfax County, Virginia, April 1975
Statement on behalf of the Anti-Concorde Project (London), April 1975
Statement on behalf of the Environmental Defense Fund, April 1975
Statement of Andrew Wilson, aviation journalist, April 1975

Hearings on noise standards for SSTs before the Federal Aviation Administration

Testimony of John Hellegers on behalf of the Environmental Defense Fund, May 1975

Petition of the Environmental Defense Fund for amendment of foreign air carrier permits held by British Airways Board and Compagnie Nationale Air France to forbid use of Concorde SST, Docket no. 28347 before the Civil Aeronautics Board

Pleadings, October 1975

Box 5

Pleadings, November 1975`

Hearings before the Subcommittee on Governmental Activities & Transportation

Statement of Harold S. Johnston-University of California at Berkeley
Statement of John Hellegers on behalf of the Environmental Defense Fund
Statement of Robert H. Cannon, Jr.-University of Michigan
Statement of Thomas M. Donahue

Hearings on Concorde flight permits before the Department of Transportation
Statement of Air France & British Airways
Statement of the Concorde Team
Statements of opponents to the Concorde (British)
Statement on behalf of Alameda Co. et al., Calfornia
Statement of Environmental Defense Fund
Statement of National Parks & Conservation Association
Statement of the Attorney General of New York
Statement of Fairfax County, Virginia
Statement of Federal officials

Hearings on the Concorde SST before the Department of Transportation

Submissions of the Environmental Defense Fund, 1975-1976

Box 6

Transcript of hearings, January 6, 1976

Environmental Defense Fund v. Department of Transportation & Wm. Coleman, Jr.
No. 76-1105 (U.S. Ct. of Appeals)

Pleadings, February-March 1976

Pleadings—Briefs:
State of New York, March 1976
Intervenor-Aviation Consumer Action Project, March 1976
Environmental Defense Fund, March 1976
Reply brief-Environmental Defense Fund, April 1976
Brief-intervenor Pacific Legal Foundation, April 1976
Reply brief—State of New York

Box 7

Pleadings, April 1976
Appendix

Box 8

Appendix

Petition of the Environmental Defense Fund for Concorde permit amendments
to forbid false & deceptive advertising as to effect on jet lag Docket no. 29242 before the
Civil Aeronautics Board

Environmental Defense Fund v. Civil Aeronautics Board No. 76-1062 (U.S. District Ct., D.C.)

Pleadings, 1976-1977

British Airways Board v. Port Authority of New York et al. No. 77-7237
(U.S. Ct. of Appeals, 2nd Cir.)

Joint appendix

Box 9

Pleadings—Reply brief—Amici Curiae Friends of the Earth et al.
Pleadings—Reply brief—State of New York

Documents—Environmental Protection Agency—Noise levels for airplanes
Documents—National Transportation Safety Board
Documents—Federal Aviation Administration—Final Environmental Impact Statement for the Concorde SST, volume II, September 1975
Documents—Federal Aviation Administration—Noise Abatement Policy,1976
Documents—Federal Aviation Administration—Final Environmental Impact Statement-Noise regulation & type certification of civil supersonic aircraft, volume II, June 1978

Air Quality—Washington D.C. (1971-1973); 5 boxes

Box 1

Environmental Defense Fund et al. v. Washington et al. No. 6707
(U.S. Ct. of Appeals, D.C. Cir.)

Correspondence, 1971-1973
Pleadings, 1972
Health studies

Box 2

Environmental Defense Fund et al. v. Washington et al. No. 6707
(U.S. Ct. of Appeals, D.C. Cir.)

Pleadings-Brief for petitioners, August 1972

Petition for review of the refusal of the Commissioner of the District of Columbia and the Director of the Dept of Environmental Services to take immediate action to alleviate a chronic air pollution emergency resulting form excessive concentrations of carbon monoxide in the ambient air…

Pleadings-Brief for respondents, January 1973
Appendices

Box 3

Correspondence-EDF, 1971-1972
Correspondence-Agencies (copies), 1971-1972

Media-Press release-EDF, 1972
Media-Clippings

Comments-EDF-Proposed implementation plan for the control of carbon monoxide, nitrogen dioxide, hydrocarbons & oxidants for the District of Columbia portion of the National Capital Interstate Air Quality Control Region, 1972

Reports-Natural Resources Defense Council-Action for Clean Air, ca. 1971
Reports-U.S. Dept of H.E.W.-Public Health Service-Carbon Monoxide
Report-EPA-Vehicle Emissions Control
Report-Washington D.C. Council of Governments?-Air Quality Planning
Report-D.C.-Dept of Environmental Services-Annual Report on Quality of Air, 1973

Box 4

Report-D.C.-Department of Environmental Services- Proposed implementation plan for the control of carbon monoxide, nitrogen dioxide, hydrocarbons & oxidants for the District of Columbia portion of the National Capital Interstate Air Quality Control Region

Box 5

Reports-D.C. Department of Human Resources
Reports-Scientific journals

Federal Register-EPA-ambient air quality standards

Data-EPA-Air monitoring

Highways (1972-1973); 2 boxes

Box 1

Correspondence-1971-1975
Correspondence-Miscellaneous highway cases, 1973-1974

Speeches-John Hellegers

Media—Clippings
Media—Newsletter-The Concrete Opposition, April, November 1972; January, Sept. 1974
Media—Articles

EDF et al. v. Volpe Civil no. 151-72 (U.S. District Ct., D.C.)

Complaint

Miscellaneous cases

Box 2

Miscellaneous cases

By Subject:
Air quality guidelines-DEIS-Federal Highway Administration, 1973
Insurance Institute for Highway Safety-Status reports
Federal-Aid Highway Act
National Cooperative Highway Research Program—Progress through 1972
Occupant crash protection-DEIS-Federal Highway Administration

Freight Rate Increases—Petitions before the Interstate Commerce Commission / Environmental Impact of surcharges on recyclable goods (1972-1974); 14 boxes

Students Challenging Regulatory Agency Procedures (S.C.R.A.P.) et al. v. Interstate Commerce Commission No. 971-72 (U.S. District Ct., D.C.)

Box 1

Correspondence, September 1971-October 1972
Correspondence, January 1973-November 1974
Correspondence, January-July 1975

Memoranda—Research, 1974

Media—Clippings

Pleadings:
Re: Plaintiffs’ motion for preliminary injunction, April 1972
Plaintiffs’ motion for three-judge court, May 1972

Box 2

Pleadings:
Re: Motion to dismiss, May 1972
Complaint to enjoin orders of the I.C.C. re: freight rates, May 1972
Complaint for injunctive & declaratory relief, May 1972
Re: Plaintiffs’ motion for preliminary injunction, June-August 1972
Notice of the United States’ appeal to the Supreme Court of the injunction order, July 1972
Re: Motion to file amended complaint, November 1972
Affidavits of Railroads, December 1972
Memorandum of intervening railroads regarding relief sought by S.C.R.A.P. & EDF, December 1972

Box 3

Pleadings:
Re: Plaintiffs’ motion for preliminary injunction, December 1972
Motions to intervene, February 1973
Re: motion for restraining order, May 1973
Re: Plaintiffs’ motion for summary judgment, July 1973
Notice of appeal to the Supreme Court re: June 7 order enjoining freight rate increases
Re: Intervenor-Plaintiff’s motion for summary judgment, June-August 1973

Box 4

Pleadings:
Re: Motion for summary judgment, appendices
Affidavits of intervening railroads, October 1973
Judgment, February 1974
Notice of appeal of the I.C.C. to the Supreme Court, April-June 1974
Pleadings, October-November 1973, 1974

Box 5

Aberdeen & Rockfish Railroad Co.’s application for stay of the preliminary injunction,
A-72 (U.S. Supreme Court), July 1972

U.S., Interstate Commerce Commission et al. v. S.C.R.A.P. et al. Nos. 72-535 / 72-562 (U.S. Supreme Court)

Pleadings:
Appendix, October 1972
Jurisdictional statements, October 1972
Re: Appellees’ motion to remand or affirm preliminary injunction, November-December 1972

Box 6

Pleadings:
Motions to remand or affirm, November-December 1972
Brief—Environmental Defense Fund, February 1973
Brief—Amicus Curiae National Association of Secondary Material Industries
Reply brief—Interstate Commerce Commission

Opinion, June 1973

Applications nos. 1234 / 1239 (U.S. Supreme Court)

Application of the Environmental Defense Fund to vacate stay
Applications of the Railroad / Interstate Commerce Commission for stay of preliminary injunction pending appeal

United States / Interstate Commerce Commission et al. v. Students Challenging Regulatory Agency Procedures et al. Nos. 73-399 / 73-420 (U.S. Supreme Court)

Pleadings:
Appellants’ motion to dismiss interlocutory appeals as moot, October 1973
Re: Appellees’ motion to dismiss, October 1973
Case remanded to district court, November 1973

United States / Interstate Commerce Commission et al. v. Students Challenging Regulatory Agency Procedures et al. Nos. 73-1966 / 73-1971 (U.S. Supreme Court)

Pleadings:
Appendix, July 1974

Box 7

Pleadings:
Appellees’ motion to dismiss, August 1974
Brief—Aberdeen & Rockfish Railroad Company, December 1974
Brief—Institute of Scrap Iron & Steel, February 1975
Brief—National Association of Recycling Industries et al.
Brief—S.C.R.A.P., Environmental Defense Fund
Reply brief—Interstate Commerce Commission, March 1975
Re: Mootness, April 1975

Ex parte 55—Implementation of the National Environmental Protection Act; Proceedings before the Interstate Commerce Commission

Notice of proposed rulemaking & order
Opinion
Petition for re-consideration, September 1971

Ex parte 265 & 267—Increased freight rates, 1970-1971; Proceedings before the Interstate Commerce Commission

Petitions for intervention & reply of railroads, January 1972

Ex parte 270—Investigation of Railroad Freight Rate Structure; Proceedings before the Interstate Commerce Commission

Preliminary report, November 1971

Ex parte 281—Increased freight rates, 1972; Proceedings before the Interstate Commerce Commission

Statements in support of increases—Railroads

Box 8

Ex parte 281—Increased freight rates, 1972; Proceedings before the Interstate Commerce Commission

Statements in support of increases, January 1972
Amendments to petition, March 1972
Supplemental memorandum of railroad respondents, April 1972
Reply verified statements—Railroads
Order, October 1972
Petition for re-consideration—Railroads, November 1972

Box 9

Ex parte 281—Increased freight rates, 1972; Proceedings before the Interstate Commerce Commission

Document file with index
Draft environmental impact statement
Final environmental impact statement—comments

Box 10

Ex parte 288—Protective Service Charges; Proceedings before the Interstate Commerce Commission

Petition for increase in rates & charges, August 1972
Statements in support of increase

Ex parte 292—Emergency tariff; Proceedings before the Interstate Commerce Commission

Petition to file an emergency surcharge of 2% on railroad freight rates & charges, January 1973

Statements by railroads
Statement by W.F. Betts, Association of American Railroads

Box 11

Ex parte 292—Emergency tariff; Proceedings before the Interstate Commerce Commission

Statement by W.F. Betts, Association of American Railroads

Ex parte 295—Increase freight rates; Proceedings before the Interstate Commerce Commission

Petition and amendments for a general increase in freight rates & charges,
Statement of W.F. Betts, Association of American Railroads

Box 12

Ex parte 295—Increase freight rates on recyclable materials; Proceedings before the Interstate Commerce Commission

Statements—Railroads, April 1973

Box 13

Ex parte 295—Increase freight rates; Proceedings before the Interstate Commerce Commission

Decision, October 1974

Ex parte 303—Increase in freight rates & charge; Proceedings before the Interstate Commerce Commission

Statements—Railroads, January 1974
Supplemental statement of W.F. Betts, Association of American Railroads

Box 14

Background documents:

Statements—National Association of Secondary Material Industries
Related cases

Gateways Elimination (1973-1975); 1 box

Box 1

Petition for the elimination of gateways by rulemaking, ex parte no. 55 (sub-no. 8)
before the Interstate Commerce Commission

Correspondence, 1973-1974

Petition for initiation of a rulemaking procedure, March 1973
Comments—Environmental Defense Fund in support of relief, August 1973
Notice of proposed rulemaking and order, November 1973

Comments on proposed rule and order:
On behalf of consumer and environmental groups
Consumers Union of the United States
Midwest Packers Traffic Association
U.S. Dept of Justice
U.S. Dept of Transportation

Order, February 1974
Petition for oral hearing and/or modification of order, March 1974
Petition for reconsideration of order, March 1974
Petition for reconsideration-Common Carrier Conference-Irregular Route, 1975

National Airport System Plan (1974-1977); 1 box

Box 1

Environmental Defense Fund v. Brinegar, civil no. 74-340
Environmental Defense Fund v. Coleman civil no. 74-340
Environmental Defense Fund v. Adams civil no. 74-340

Complaint for injunctive and declaratory relief, February-May 1974
Pleadings-Document production, June-September 1974
Pleadings-Re: Plaintiffs’ motion for summary judgment, 1975-1976
Pleadings-Discovery, November-December 1976
Pleadings, 1977

Exhibits-Source unknown

Automobile Fuel Economy Standards (1977); 1 box

Box 1

Correspondence, 1977

Center for Auto Safety—Comments on treatment of information submitted for proceedings
Dept. of Transportation—Treatment of confidential information, request for comment
Environmental Defense Fund—Petition for compensation of certain participants in DOT proceedings
Environmental Defense Fund—Application for funding
Environmental Defense Fund—Post hearing comments on proposed fuel economy standards for 1981-1984 models

SERIES 2: Background Documents

Supersonic Transport—Concorde (1975-1977); 4 boxes

Box 1

Correspondence, 1975-1976
Memoranda—Department of Transportation, 1975

Media—Clippings—British Press
Media—Department of Transportation News, 1976
Media—Articles, 1968, 1970, 1972-1974

TVASNAC Quotes [Newsletter], Vol. 8, 1976

Reports—British Aircraft Corporation

Box 2

Reports—British Aircraft Corporation
Reports—Environmental Protection Agency
Reports—Environmental groups
Reports—Department of Transportation—Federal Aviation Administration

Box 3

Reports—Department of Transportation—Federal Aviation Administration
Reports—State of Hawaii—Task Force on SST in Hawaii
Reports—Bo Lundberg

Environmental Impact Statement—DOT—DEIS on Concorde SST Transport, 1975
Environmental Impact—Australia—Concorde Operations

Box 4

Subject Files—Noise monitoring
Subject Files—Ozone & supersonic transport
Subject Files—Supersonic transport in Australia

Sub-group VI.4: Transportation Program—Public Statements / Texts

Habicht, E.R., Dienelt, J.F. (1971). Comments of the Environmental Defense Fund on
            the proposed implementation plan for the control of carbon monoxide, nitrogen
            dioxide, hydrocarbons and oxidants for the District of Columbia portion of the
            National Capital Interstate Air Quality Control Program.

Hellegers, J.F. (1975). [Op-Ed piece on SST].  Draft manuscript submitted to Newsday.