By Thomas O. Allen and Alan P. Roberts
Either volumes: Copyright 1978 by means of Oil & gasoline specialists overseas, Inc. moment Printing, April 1979.
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It is important to see this as a normal course of events and not a negative reflection on either party. A systemized environmental management approach, such as ISO, can foster good relations in these situations. It is important that the environment department not be seen as a policing entity. Cooperation and joint objectives with operations are critical to the effective reduction of environmental risk. A policing demeanor on the part of environmental staff can lead to concealing important issues, Chapter 2 l Environmental Risk 29 which increases risk, confrontation, and in the event of an environmental failure, much acrimony and finger-pointing.
In 1894, William T. Love started building a canal to connect the Niagara River with Lake Ontario for electric power production. The venture failed, but the excavation remained. Between 1942 and 1952, the Hooker Chemical Company used the old canal to dispose of wastes from their nearby manufacturing plant. 10,11 Subsequently, the area became the site of a new neighborhood, complete with schools. In the late 1970s, leaks from the site resulted in health effects and, eventually, the closure and remediation of the entire neighborhood.
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