The authors examine the problems of major-facility industrial growth in regards to environmental concerns and conclude that, due to a regulatory labyrinth, industrial development is a costly, risky, and sometimes impossible task. Their conclusion is that a master agency is needed to streamline and coordinate the siting of industrial facilities.
William G. Murray Jr. and Carl J. Seneker II,
Industrial Siting: Allocating the Burden of Pollution,
30 Hastings L.J. 301
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