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Profile: Sally Shaver

 
  

Positions that Sally Shaver has held:

  • Director, air quality strategies and standards division


 

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June 11, 2003      Bush's environmental record

       John Thorne of Capitolink and Richard E. Schwartz, an environmental law attorney, write a memo on behalf of the industrial livestock farm industry to David A. Nielsen and Sally Shaver of the EPA with an “outline for a possible livestock and poultry monitoring and safe harbor agreement.” Under the proposed agreement, the EPA would provide industrial livestock farms with amnesty from federal air quality and toxic waste clean-up laws in exchange for the industry helping to fund an EPA program to monitor air pollution at the farms [Chicago Tribune, 5/16/2004; Crowell and Moring, 5/22/2004; League of Conservation Voters, n.d. Sources: Memo: outline for a possible livestock and poultry monitoring and safe harbor agreement ] EPA officials and industry leaders will meet and discuss the proposed agreement on May 5 (see May 5, 2003).
People and organizations involved: Richard E. Schwartz, John Thorne, Sally Shaver, Environmental Protection Agency, Bush administration
          

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