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BRAC AND EPA'S FEDERAL FACILITY CLEANUP PROGRAM: THREE DECADES OF EXCELLENCE, INNOVATION AND REUSE
U.S. EPA, Federal Facilities Restoration & Reuse Office, Office of Land & Emergency Management.
EPA 505-R-17-001, 14 pp, 2017

In addition to military installations, federal facilities encompass former nuclear weapon complexes, abandoned mines, and landfills. Types of contamination include radioactive waste, munitions and unexploded ordnance, mining waste, fuels and solvents. There are 174 facilities on the National Priorities List, and EPA is responsible for overseeing their cleanup under the Superfund law. This brochure highlights program achievements. https://nepis.epa.gov/Exe/ZyPURL.cgi?Dockey=P100TF8H.txt



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