NBC Evening News for Sunday, Mar 15, 1992
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(Studio: Garrick Utley) Report introduced.
(Washington: Henry Champ) Issue of abuse of Environmental Protection Agency superfunds designed to clean up the environment examined; details given of the investigation of one superfund contractor, CH2M Hill, whose billings to the government for parties, picnics and bonuses are outlined on screen. [CH2M Hill executive Robert OGG - says they are incentives.] [Representative Jim SLATTERY - accuses it of double billing.] Case of Stringfellow chemical dump cleanup in California cited as an example of costly inaction. [Clearinghouse for Hazardous Wastes Penny NEWMAN - says Environmental Protection Agency only knows what CH2M Hill tells them.] [Assistant EPA administrator Christian HOLMES - comments.]
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