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> EI-Related 2002 RCRA National Meeting Sessions
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On January 15-18, 2002, EPA's Office of Solid Waste (OSW) held a series of presentations at the 2002 RCRA National Meeting focusing on Environmental Indicator (EI) determinations. The purpose of these sessions was to assist regulators and responsible parties in making positive ('Yes') determinations indicating that "Human Exposures" and/or "Migration of Contaminated Groundwater" is "Under Control." The EI-related Sessions were divided into the following segments:

  • CA EI Teamwork & Facility Filled-Out EI Forms
  • Tour of Completed-EI Forms Web sites - Connecting to Communities
  • One-Cleanup-Program Results Maps (for RCRA, CERCLA, and UST)
  • Human Exposure to Groundwater Contamination
  • Workshop on draft-Supplemental Vapor Intrusion (into Indoor Air) Guidance (for RCRA CA EI) [including - Use of Worker Exposure Standards in EI Determinations]
  • Vapor Intrusion Research Plans and Needs

For those of you who could not join us in Washington D.C., please join us via the web. We have posted the archived audio files of each presentation. Also, when available, we have posted presentations, pictures and biographies of the presenters and abstracts on this site. For most of the presentations, you will be able to view the presenter's slides while listening to the audio from the January 15-18 presentations; several of the presentations only have the audio portion available.

General questions on the web cast should be directed to Jeff Heimerman at Questions regarding content should be directed to Henry Schuver at

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