25 CFR 170.906 - Who cleans up radioactive and hazardous material spills?

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§ 170.906 Who cleans up radioactive and hazardous material spills?
The carrier is typically responsible for cleanup of a radioactive or hazardous material spill with assistance from the shipper using established standards and guidelines. The carrier should work with the appropriate tribal, local, State and Federal agencies to address all cleanup issues, such as arranging or repackaging of the cargo, if necessary, and disposing of contaminated materials.

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