Clarifying CERCLA Allocation For Gov't Contractors

By Thomas Dimond and Kelsey Weyhing (November 30, 2017, 10:45 AM EST) -- American manufacturing companies performed an essential function through the fulfillment of government contracts during wartime and national emergencies. By frequently conforming their manufacturing practices to government-mandated protocols, these companies helped preserve the national defense and win the war by providing products, parts or materials to the United States military in times of need. However, wartime production associated with World War I, World War II and the Cold War accounts for significant pollution found at various manufacturing sites throughout the country....

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