To begin with, in the full implementation of the act there was lack of the devoted man –hours to properly implement it. This was actually caused by the fact some of the people charge with see the success of this act felt that all avenues had been explores as far as preventing pollution is concerned and that this act would not add anything substantial to the extent that thing had reached. Though some of this is due to the lack of management committee that can coordinate the ground work, it was also noted that there was lack of enough resources. In order to successfully achieve its objective then there has to a management committee which will be charge with responsibility of coordinating all the staff (Dale & Johnson, 1996).
Secondly, another major barrier to the success of this act was the fact that the project was deemed to cost so much and yet many felt that enough had been done to prevent pollution. Its surely true that the implementation of this act would cost so much for the tax payers thus this was a big barrier in its implementation since the government was reluctant to pump that much need funds to speed up its implementation. Though, all is not as they could still depend on the multimedia results and conclusive data that had been taken before in order to facilitate its implementation. These already existing data could be used in understanding the trend and conditions in the environment and public health (Dale & Johnson, 1996).
There was also lack of enough priority from the business owner. This was due to the general awareness of the mandate as far as the prevention of pollution is concerned. In order to ensure success of this project then there has to be increased awareness especially of the EPA funded Chemical and Pesticide Results Measure Project (CAPRM) and this would in turn help increase the participation of many business owners.
In addition, there was also lack of the regulatory enforcer. This to me I don’t