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What does PRP stand for?

PRP stands for Potentially Responsible Party


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In fact, there's almost a disincentive to use new technologies, because if a potentially responsible party uses them and they fail, the EPA will make the PRP do it over again until it's right.
The problem has resulted from the requirements in CERCLA (the Superfund law) and other federal and state environmental statutes, which impose upon the potentially responsible party (PRP) the absolute obligation to bear the cost of the cleanup of the property, which obligation continues even if the property is sold to a third party.
The Environmental Dispute Forum's team approach promotes effective, fair solutions to complex disputes arising from: -- Superfund site and environmental property damage claims -- Public policy issues -- Potentially responsible party (PRP) issues -- Insurance coverage issues -- Toxic tort claims -- Land use and regulatory agency relationship disputes -- Natural resource usage -- Underground storage tank matters -- Federal facilities issues -- Environmental criminal matters Distinguished Judge and Environmental Mediator Share Forum Chair The Environmental Dispute Forum will be directed by two of the leading figures in environmental law and environmental mediation: Los Angeles Judge G.
89-6835, which includes disclosure examples and gives the SEC s views on several disclosure matters, including a registrant's designation by the EPA as a potentially responsible party under CERCLA.
Mahan led and/or controlled the CompanyOthe Company was named a potentially responsible party at three Superfund SitesO Such activities resulted in the Company dedicating in excess of $50 million dollars toward its defense of charges related to such sites and/or to the remediation of the sites.