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California Department of Toxic Substances Control: Its Lack of Diligence in Cost Recovery Has Contributed to Millions in Unbilled and Uncollected Costs
Elaine M. Howle (ed)
This report examines whether the Calif. Dept. of Toxic Substances Control (department) has an effective process for recovering costs from responsible parties for cleanup and oversight actions the department takes in response to hazardous waste and substance contamination. Long-standing shortcomings with the departmentäó»s recovery of costs have resulted in millions of dollars in unbilled and billed but uncollected cleanup costs dating back to 1987. There are problems with inadequate procedures, incomplete documentation, and misclassification of certain sites in its database. The department has over 1,600 projects totaling almost $194 million in outstanding costs. It has made progress in resolving the accuracy of the information related to its outstanding costs, but may extend the target completion dates for some of its evaluative tasks until June 2016. It may not be able to recover all of its outstanding costs due to several factors, such as when the federal and state statutes of limitations for cost recovery have expired on projects. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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