The FY 2019 report highlights achievements to improve site cleanups, protect health, revitalize our communities, innovate through science and technology, and engage communities. Across America, communities continue to experience the benefits of
Preventing Large-Scale Releases, Fire, and Explosions at the
Collaborating to Restore the Health of
Adapting to Speed up Progress at
Other key achievements in the report include:
Finishing the job by deleting all or part of 27 sites from the Superfund's National Priorities List, the largest number of deletions in a single year since 2001.
Targeting sites for the Administrator's immediate and intense attention, using the Administrator's Emphasis List to resolve issues delaying cleanups and spur action at sites that in many cases have been waiting idle amid uncertainty for years.
Completing 233 removal actions to address imminent and substantial threats to human health and the environment.
Securing more than
Celebrating 20 years of redeveloping more than 1,000 Superfund sites that now support 9,180 businesses, generating
Expanding the charge for the
Read the full report here: https://semspub.epa.gov/src/document/HQ/100002479
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