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Funding Needs of Non-Federal Superfund National Priority List Npl Sites

Barry Leonard

Funding Needs of Non-Federal Superfund National Priority List Npl Sites

by Barry Leonard

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Published by Diane Pub Co .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Environmental Engineering & Technology,
  • Technology,
  • Science/Mathematics

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages120
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10857585M
    ISBN 100756725941
    ISBN 109780756725945

    In the EPA placed Iron Mountain on its Superfund list of the nation's most dangerous toxic sites. Litigation was brought by state and federal officials against the owner of the mine, formerly Rhone-Poulenc, now Aventis CropSciences USA, a chemical, pharmaceutical, and biotechnology company, for past and future cleanup costs. Bureau Highlights BH - 71 National Park Service Current Permanent d o l l a r s 2 i n m i l l i o n s 2,93 4 , NPS Funding national park service Mission – As stated in the Organic Act of , the National Park Service purpose “is to conserve the scen-.

    1 pacific university tax id number: duns number: grant management policies and procedures table of contents page purpose of this manual 2 i. principles of grant management 4 ii. summary of five phases of a grant 10 iii. federal single audit principles 16 iv. financial management and cost allocation principles The Save America’s Treasures program addresses the urgent preservation needs of the nation’s most significant historic sites and collections. Each grant requires a match of non-Federal funds. This has stimulated contributions from states, localities, corporations, foundations, and .

    Full text of "Superfund reauthorization: hearing before the Subcommittee on Commerce, Trade, and Hazardous Materials of the Committee on Commerce, House of Representatives, One Hundred Fourth Congress, first session, Ma " See other formats. regarding, or administrative funding for, this part. [(a)(1)(B)(iii)] UNADDRESSED NEEDS-Funds provided under this part shall be used to address the needs of migratory children that are not addressed by services available from other Fe deral or non -Federal programs, except that .


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Funding Needs of Non-Federal Superfund National Priority List Npl Sites by Barry Leonard Download PDF EPUB FB2

The National Priorities List (NPL) is the list of sites of national priority among the known releases or threatened releases of hazardous substances, pollutants, or contaminants throughout the United States and its territories.

The NPL is intended primarily to guide the EPA in determining which sites warrant further investigation. The Site Location column contains a link to a map with the site location. Select a state from the map for a list of NPL sites in that state. You may need a PDF reader to view some of the files on this page.

See EPA’s About PDF page to learn more. A B S T RACT This fact book is a compendium of data and other pertinent information about EPA's Superfund program to clean up the nation's most threatening hazardous waste sites. The topics covered include program funding, number of sites, the National Priorities List, liability, remedies, costs, waste at Superfund sites, settlements, assessments of natural resource damages, land use, public.

Fiscal Year Progress Toward Implementing SUPERFUND Exhibit Projects in Progress at National Priorities List Sites by Lead for Fiscal Year and Fiscal Year Fund-Financed—State-Lead Fund-Financed—Federal-Lead1 Fund-Financed— EPA Performs Work at Site2 PRP-Financed and PRP-Lead Mixed Funding — Monies from Fund and.

OSWER Directive H-1 Five Year Reviews Completed A NPL Deletion Initiation A Federal Facility NPL Deletion A Progress Through Environmental Indicators A SECTION 4: REMOVAL DEFINITIONS A INTRODUCTION A REMOVAL ACTIVITIES A Removal Investigations at NPL Sites A Non-NPL PRP Search Starts A Non-NPLPRP Search Completion.

Our commitment to these communities is that sites on the National Priorities List will be a true national priority. We’ve elevated the Superfund program to a top priority, and in Fiscal YearEPA deleted all or part of 22 sites from the NPL, the largest number of.

SinceEPA has placed 1, sites on the Superfund National Priorities List (NPL): 1, non-federal sites, and federal facilities. Over half of the non-federal sites, or 61%, have been moved to the Construction Completion List (CCL).

In addition to the risk assessment efforts being undertaken by EPA, DOD, DOE and other Federal agencies, the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry evaluates the public health impacts of past, present, and future potential releases of hazardous substances from Federal (as well as non-Federal) National Priority List (NPL) sites through.

Of the 1, sites that have been placed on the National Priority List, only have been placed on the Construction Completion List——at an estimated cost of almost $30 billion: $12 billion from the Federal Government, $7 billion from the parties affected and $10 billion in litigation expenses.

Through the CERCLA program, the EPA has developed the National Priorities List (NPL), which is periodically updated to reflect facilities with the highest priority hazardous waste sites. 3 The remedial actions at most nongovernmental CERCLA facilities are implemented by potentially responsible parties (PRPs) through legally enforceable.

I have been involved with the Superfund program since I was first elected in Soon after being elected, I learned that I had 14 National Priority List sites in my district and began walking each and every one of those sites. Each site had a potential liability of $25 million to $30 million.

Guide to Programs: A compilation of funding opportunities offered by the National Science Foundation for research and education in science, mathematics, engineering.

NSF E-Bulletin: The NSF E Bulletin is produced in a daily web-accessible electronic edition in order to provide the most accurate and timely information possible. Our commitment to these communities is that sites on the National Priorities List will be a true national priority.

We’ve elevated the Superfund program to a top priority, and in Fiscal YearEPA deleted all or part of 22 sites from the NPL, the largest number of deletions in one year since Fiscal Year EPA was required to develop a National Priority List (NPL) with a minimum of sites for cleanup.

At least one site from each state had to be on the NPL. Superfund was extended for 5 years in by the Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization Act (SARA)(P.L. ), and another $ billion was added to finish the job. The Housatonic River Natural Resource Damage Trustees, including the Service, have funded more than 50 restoration projects with settlement funds.

In FY17, an Eastern Hellbender restoration project was funded with Richardson Road Landfill Superfund Site (RHRLSS) Natural Resource Damage Assessment and Restoration settlement funds.

of the National PRP Search Enhancement Team members listed below. responsibility for overseeing all response actions at sites on the National Priorities List (NPL), a list of the nation=s most 95 percent of non-federal facility Superfund sites where there are known viable, liable parties, the Agency endeavors either to reach a.

National Park Service Appropriations: Ten-Year Trends Congressional Research Service 4 Mandatory Appropriations in the National Park Service’s Budget Most of NPS’s funding comes from discretionary appropriations, which are controlled by annual appropriations Size: 1MB.

The final appropriations bill for fiscal year provides flat funding for the National Science Foundation’s research and education programs.

Unlike in previous fiscal years, the bill does not include constraints on how NSF is to distribute funds among its six research directorates. Since the creation of ATSDR, thousands of hazardous sites have been identified around the country. At the moment, some appear on the Environmental Protection Agency′s (EPA) National Priorities List (NPL) of Superfund sites, which does not include the many other hazardous sites that ATSDR addresses.

For example, right from the start, EPA has struggled to measure the success of the cleanup program, but Probst points out that even though a significant percentage (24%) of non-federal sites have been deleted from the National Priorities List (NPL), and another 48% have been deemed “construction complete,” seven percent of sites on the NPL.

between the EPA and sovereign tribal governments varies widely between sites. Two of the Superfund program’s highest profile sites with Native American interest, northeast Oklahoma’s Tar Creek and central New York’s Onondaga Lake, are characterized by such a disparity in tribal participation.Indeed, many of the categories of sites that would no longer be eligible for Fund-financed response under the bill were included on EPA's National Priority List (NPL) after being ranked along with other sites using the Agency's Hazard Ranking System.

The current NPL, for example, lists 45 public and private domestic well sites.first full fiscal year that begins on or after Decemthe non-Federal entity must document whether it is in compliance with the old or new standard, and must meet the documented standard.

For example, the first full fiscal year for a non-Federal entity with a June 30th year end would be the year ending J The Single File Size: KB.