The Resource Conservation and Recovery Act of 1976 (amended in 1984) does not require: a) Toxic waste generators to have a permit. b) Transporters to maintain careful records. c) Disposal facilities to treat hazardous waste before disposal. d) All hazardo

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The Resource Conservation and Recovery Act of 1976 (amended in 1984) does not require: a) Toxic waste generators to have a permit. b) Transporters to maintain careful records. c) Disposal facilities to treat hazardous waste before disposal. d) All hazardous waste to be incinerated. The iron law of responsibility says that: a) In the long run, those who do not use power responsibly will lose it. b) In the small run, sacrifice social goals for economic goals. c) Law is most important, more than social or economic responsibility d) In the long run, economic responsibility leads to social responsibility.

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