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2018 REPORT ON ESTIMATED DIRECT SITE REMEDIATION COSTS FOR NATIONAL PRIORITIES LIST AND STATE ORPHAN SITES
California Department of Toxic Substances Control (DTSC), Sacramento. 30 pp, 2018

One of DTSC's core functions is cleaning up contaminated properties throughout the State of California. Funding for this responsibility comes from an annual Budget Act item that transfers funds into the Site Remediation Account (SRA) and appropriates resources for this purpose. The SRA is used exclusively to fund the direct site remediation of both federal Superfund and state orphan sites. This report provides DTSC's cost estimates to the State Legislature for budget year 2018/19 and the two following budget years. https://www.dtsc.ca.gov/PublicationsForms/upload/2018_NPL_Report.pdf



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