3 edition of State cleanup standards found in the catalog.
State cleanup standards
by The Office in Washington, D.C. (P.O. Box 37050, Washington 20013)
Written in English
|Statement||United States General Accounting Office, Resources, Community, and Economic Development Division|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||43,  p.|
|Number of Pages||43|
Setting Cleanup Standards details the historical development of how radiation protection standards for people and shows that the “subsistence farmer” approach was developed by official radiation protection authorities and advisory bodies in order to overcome the great uncertainties about future lifestyles, uses of land and water resources. MTCA is Washington's cleanup law. The Model Toxics Control Act (MTCA) is one of several environmental laws in Washington. Known as the state’s cleanup law, MTCA governs the cleanup and prevention of contaminated sites that can threaten people’s health and the environment.
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State Summary of Soil and Groundwater Cleanup Standards for Hydrocarbons [U.S. Environmental Protection Agency] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. State Summary of Soil and Groundwater Cleanup Standards for Hydrocarbons1/5(1). When looking up criteria for a specific chemical, it is best to use its CAS number since the same chemical may go by many different names.
Synonyms for common chemicals are presented in Appendix A. Attainment of the soil standard must be demonstrated following the remedial action. The residential soil standard extends to a depth of 15 feet or the zone of saturation.
Demonstration of attainment of the soil cleanup standard must also include evaluation of temporal variations in File Size: 1MB.
State Summary of Soil and Groundwater Cleanup Standards for Hydrocarbons by Tamlyn Oliver, Paul Kostecki, Ph.D. and Edward Calabrese, Ph.D. Association for the Environmental Health of Soils Fearing St. Amherst, MA () for EPA Office of Underground Storage State cleanup standards book Contract # X Novem Meth Lab Cleanup Standards, Clandestine Drug Lab Laws, DEA Clandestine Drug Lab Registry & EPA Guidelines For your state's status see below or give us a call: The generic cleanup criteria represent concentrations of a hazardous substance3in different environmental media (groundwater, soil, and vapor) that allow appropriate risk management decisions regarding contaminated sites.
Hereafter for simplicity, the generic cleanup criteria. Legislation establishing New York State=s Brownfield Cleanup Program (Arti Title 14 of the Environmental Conservation Law [ECL]) required DEC, in consultation with the New York State Department of Health (NYSDOH), to develop an approach for the remediation of File Size: KB.
Contamination cleanup. When toxic materials like arsenic, petroleum, and dioxins get into soil and water, it can cost considerable time and resources to make the area usable again. Find out how cleanups are done and how they are funded. You can view details about cleanup efforts around the state and see if any are in your area.
Wisconsin statutes and administrative code govern the investigation and cleanup actions that are required after a discharge of a hazardous substance occurs or is discovered. In general, a person responsible for a discharge is required to report, investigate and clean up the contamination.
The State Cleanup Program also manages time-critical removal of pollutants that are considered an imminent or substantial threat through the Immediate Removals Program. Regardless of the extent of oversight provided by the State Cleanup Program, responsible parties are required to perform the necessary site characterization and remedial activities.
Brownfields are abandoned, idled or underused industrial and commercial properties where expansion or redevelopment is complicated by actual or suspected environmental contamination.
By investigating and cleaning up brownfield sites, redevelopment can take place without fear of. cleanup guidelines to homeowners, cleanup contractors, industrial hygienists, policy makers and others involved in meth lab remediation. It does not set requirements, but rather suggests a way of approaching meth lab remediation.
Those using this document also should consult their appropriate state and local requirements or guidelines. Levels of Cleanup. Options for cleaning up soil and groundwater are based on standards that protect human health and the environment: Tier 1 standards are the most conservative and use predetermined assumptions (i.e., soil remediation levels or aquifer water quality standards) in.
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Remediation Guidance and Policy Documents. Program Policies issued by the Division of Environmental Remediation include Technical and Administrative Guidance Memorandums (TAGMs), Spill Technology and Remediation Series (STARS), Spill Prevention Operations Technology Series (SPOTS) and the Spill Guidance Manual (SGM).
These guidance series are being updated and. Waste Site Cleanup Laws and Regulations Massachusetts laws and regulations that relate to the cleanup of spills and contaminated properties.
Skip table of contents. MTCA Cleanup Regulation. the contaminated ground water to ground water that is a current or potential future source of drinking water, as defined in (a) and (b) of this subsection, at concentrations which exceed ground water quality criteria published in chapter WAC.
Connecticut Remediation Standard Regulations. Connecticut's Remediation Standard Regulations (RSRs) specify the standards for the remediation of environmental pollution in soil and groundwater. Remediation Standard Regulations, as amended J [This version contains the RSRs only.
The Land Recycling Program encourages the voluntary cleanup and reuse of contaminated commercial and industrial sites. The Land Recycling Program is built on four cornerstones that break down redevelopment obstacles: Uniform cleanup standards: enables the remediator to clearly understand the extent and cost of site cleanup.
The member Cleanup Standards Scientific Advisory Board assist DEP and the Environmental Quality Board in developing statewide health standards, determining the appropriate statistically and scientifically valid procedures to be used, determining the appropriate risk factors and providing other technical and scientific advice as needed to implement the provisions of this act.
Applicable local, state and federal laws. HTML PDF: Groundwater cleanup standards. HTML PDF: Surface water cleanup standards. HTML PDF: Unrestricted land use soil cleanup standards.
HTML PDF: Soil cleanup standards for industrial properties. HTML PDF: Deriving soil.Guidelines for Property Cleanups under the Voluntary Cleanup Program Washington State Department of Ecology Toxics Cleanup Program Publication No. 08 File Size: KB.a&b. Does your state have action levels, cleanup levels, or drinking water standards for MtBE?
State YesNo Don't Know Groundwater Action Level(s) (ppb) Groundwater Cleanup Level(s) (ppb) Soil Action Level(s) (ppm) Soil Cleanup Level(s) (ppm) Primary (health based) Secondary (taste & odor) State (or other) Advisory EPA Advisory ( ppb.