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Under the _____, the solid waste provisions are more supportive than punitive in nature. (Points : 2)
Gutter Act
Bathroom Act
Resource Conservation and Recovery Act
Drain Act

is it C?

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    Yes it is C.
    Read the Land Pollution Section at: "classweb.gmu.edu/rcoffinb/Chapter%2017%20Outline.htm"

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