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NYC Hazardous Substances Emergency Response Law
or "Spill Bill"


See: smart business guide to DEP regulations and requirements leaving NYCWasteLess at NYC Dept of Environmental Conservation

Law: NYC Administrative Code leaving NYCWasteLess (Title 24, Chapter 6: Hazardous Substance Emergencies

Rules: Rules of the City of New York leaving NYCWasteLess (Title 15, Chapter 11: Hazardous Substances Emergency Response)

Summary: The Hazardous Substances Emergency Response Law or "Spill Bill" was originally enacted as Local Law 42 of 1987. It authorizes the NYC Dept of Environmental Protection to respond to emergencies caused by releases or threatened releases of hazardous substances into the environment. NYC DEP maintains a list of covered hazardous substances, and can hold parties financially responsible for the clean up efforts.

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