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Superfund: EPA Should Take Steps to Improve Its Management of Alternatives to Placing Sites on the National Priorities List
David C. Trimble (au)
Under the Superfund program, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) may address the long-term cleanup of certain hazardous waste sites by placing them on the Nat. Priorities List (NPL) and overseeing the cleanup. EPA regions have discretion to choose among several other approaches to address sites eligible for the NPL. For ex., under the Superfund program, EPA regions may enter into agreements with PRPs using the SA approach. EPA may also defer the oversight of cleanup at eligible sites to approaches outside of the Superfund program. This report examines (1) how EPA addresses the cleanup of sites it has identified as eligible for the NPL; (2) how the processes for implementing the SA and NPL approaches compare; and (3) how SA agreement sites compare with similar NPL sites in completing the cleanup process. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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History of the New York Central System
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