EPA placed the site on the Superfund Programs
National Priorities List (NPL) in 1996 because of contaminated groundwater, soil and sediment resulting from facility operations.
When applied to a contaminated site, the "Superfund Alternative Approach" uses the same standards and investigation process as sites going through the conventional Superfund program
Categories: March 2, 2011, Agency evaluation, Agency missions, Air pollution control, Climate change, Environmental cleanups, Environmental law, Environmental monitoring, Environmental policies, Environmental protection, Federal regulations, Hazardous waste site remediation, Hazardous waste sites, Human capital management, Interagency relations, Internal controls, Law enforcement, Program evaluation, Program management, Public lands, Regulatory agencies, Risk assessment, Risk management, Strategic planning, Superfund Program
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OBJECTIVE AND METHODS: I use event history analysis to evaluate the impact of Executive Order 12898 on the equitability of the Superfund program
Under the Superfund program
, abandoned, accidentally spilled, or illegally dumped hazardous wastes that pose a current or future threat to human health or the environment are cleaned up.
Almost 60 wood-preserving sites have been on the National Priorities List, which lists facilities eligible for cleanup under the Superfund program
, and wood-preserving chemicals contaminate hundreds more that are either too contaminated or too costly for effective remediation.
The answer depends in large part on how much money EPA will need to implement the Superfund program
Environmental Protection Agency demonstrated significant progress cleaning up high-priority contaminated sites in the national Superfund program
, according to a released summary.
In addition, the EPA has restored money to clean up 11 toxic dump sites under its Superfund program
Our community would still be facing a horrible threat if it were not for the Superfund program
,'' said Lopez-Reid, whose Iguala Street home is adjacent to the former landfill.
The Federal Superfund Program
investigates and cleans up hazardous waste sites throughout the United States.
Environmental Protection Agency's Superfund Program
and the Department of Defense's Environmental Restoration Program.
The agency is addressing the site through the Superfund program
In Calculating Risks, James Hamilton and Kip Viscusi apply sophisticated statistical techniques to information on contaminated sites to try to evaluate the effectiveness of the nation's Superfund program
author of the 1980 Superfund program
and chairman of the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee, led efforts to expand and improve the Superfund program