Standard approaches to waste disposal are generally regulated and managed by the:

Possible Answers:

  1. EPA
  2. OSHA
  3. DOT
  4. FEMA

The Correct Answer:

A. Standard approaches to waste disposal are generally regulated and managed by EPA.

Explanation:

EPA, or emergency management agency, is the primary agency of the three Federal agencies. These are responsible for working to protect the environment. This mainly includes funding of clean-up operations, especially in the abundance of locations where the hazardous waste has been disposed.

This management agency is responsible for compiling the list of chemicals and hazardous materials that may be present in a particular area. In this way, it provides focus of the local and state emergency planning activities for that specific area. This agency is primarily active in handling the in-land waters.

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