This is a 15 questions quiz over environmental issues, regarding federal and state laws to conserve and protect the environment against the hazards of growth and development, particularly in terms of air, water, and soil quality
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What is known as the powdery mineral and is commonly used as an insulation?
What supplies are vulnerable to pollution from leaking landfills, improper water disposal, highway and rail spills, and etc?
Which act authorized the EPA to establish air quality standards for industrial land uses, as well as for automobile and airplane emissions?
What service is needed to perform the intention of permanently eliminating lead paint hazards and must be performed by certified lead workers and a certified lead supervisor?
What enters the home through cracks and crevices of a building or property?
T or F: Chlorofluorocarbons are flammable.
The R-value rule was passed by ____
What does caveat emptor translate to?
Let the buyer be beware means ____.
Under which law are landlords immune from liability?
The FTC can fine up to _____ for failing to comply with the R-value rule.
What is Mold?
What is the the National Environmental Policy Act (1969)?
_______ must be attached to the contract or lease as prove that the seller or landlord notified the buyer or tenant.
What documents must be attached to the contract or lease?