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Hazardous Waste Sites: Improved Effectiveness of Controls at Sites Could Better Protect the Public
John B. Stephenson (au)
The EPA’s Superfund & Resource Conservation & Recovery Act (RCRA) programs were established to clean up hazardous waste sites. Because some sites cannot be cleaned up to allow unrestricted use, institutional controls -- legal or administrative restrictions on land or resource use to protect against exposure to the residual contamination -- are placed on them. This report reviews the extent to which: (1) institutional controls are used at Superfund & RCRA sites; & (2) EPA ensures that these controls are implemented, monitored, & enforced. Also reviews EPA’s challenges in implementing control tracking systems. This report examined the use, implementation, monitoring, & enforcement of controls at a sample of 268 sites. Charts & tables.
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