Electronics Take-It-Back! Campaign


Not since Reagan appointed James Watt and Anne Gorsuch to implement his reactionary agenda to openly undermine the nation's environmental laws has America's conservation heritage been under such concerted attack. While George W. Bush has attempted to keep his real plans in the backroom out of public view, his appointee's deregulatory agenda has become increasingly apparent. After nearly 30 years of using national standards in order to prevent a state by state race to the bottom, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is now proposing to deregulate minimum federal criteria for permitting municipal landfills.

GRRN Comments to EPA

GRRN, NRDC and Friends of the Earth call on new EPA administrator to re-open rule for public comment. See letter. [pdf] (January 28, 2004)

Stop EPA from Deregulating Landfills (August 9, 2002) [archived]
Two-page summary of comments submitted to U.S. EPA

Full Comments [pdf] to U.S. EPA Opposing Proposed Rule Deregulating MSW Landfills (August 9, 2002) by the Grassroots Recycling Network, the Natural Resources Defense Council and Friends of the Earth

Bioreactors and EPA Proposal to Deregulate Landfills - Biocycle, 2003

End Landfilling - Related issues and campaigns.

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