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Question 1. Which city had the last major waterborne disease outbreak effecting 400,000 people?
Question 2. Which of the following does NOT require an NPDES permit?
Concentrated animal feeding operations
Municipal storm water systems
Food processing plants
Question 3. Which of the following statements is FALSE?
MCLGs are non-enforceable health goals.
MCLs are enforceable health goals.
Both MCLs and MCLGs are enforceable health goals.
The EPA had no responsibility to develop MCLGs and MCLs for chemicals on the CCL.
Question 4. SIPs are the states' means for attaining the NAAQSs within the air-quality regions within them. How long are the states' SIPs allowed to provide attainment after a NAAQS promulgation?
5 years, with a 1 year extension request from the governor if technology is unavailable
3 years, with a 2 years extension request from the governor if technology is unavailable
3 years, with a 1 year extension request from the governor if technology is unavailable
5 years, with a 2 years extension request from the governor if technology is unavailable
Question 5. Which of the following is NOT a criteria air pollutant?
Question 6. The pathogens commonly responsible for waterborne disease include all of the following EXCEPT:
bacteria and viruses.
bacteria and hemolytic agents.
protozoans and parasitic worms.
Question 7. Which of the following is NOT a discharge that is prohibited from going to a POTW?
Corrosive liquids (pH lower than 5.0)
A fire or explosion hazard
Runoff from a tractor-trailer parking lot
Materials that might upset the treatment process
Question 8. What percentage of Carbon Monoxide comes from natural sources?
Question 9. Indoor air pollution is a problem because poorly ventilated buildings can trap all of the following EXCEPT:
lead and mercury.
formaldehyde and chloroform.
bacteria and viruses.
Question 10. Currently, all states have primacy over their public drinking water systems, EXCEPT:
Question 11. Compare and contrast how treatment and regulation of existing air pollution sources differ from that of a review of new sources of air pollution. Your response should contain approximately 250-300 of your own words. Provide a reference citation for your source material.
Question 12. Why is cultural eutrophication a problem? Provide a reference citation for your source material. There is no minimum word requirement for your written response.
Question 13. Reflect on what you learned in this unit ON AIR QUALITY CONTROL within Environmental Law. Describe something that you had difficulty with and where you think the difficulty lies.
Question 14. Reflect on what you learned in this unit within Environmental Law. Describe something that you learned within Unit III that can be applied to your career or an area of interest.