Pacific Southwest, Region 9
Serving: Arizona, California, Hawaii, Nevada, Pacific Islands, Tribal Nations
RCRA Corrective Action
The RCRA Corrective Action program investigates and cleans up, or “remediates”, facilities that manage hazardous wastes. All of the Region 9 (Pacific Southwest) states (Arizona, California, Hawaii, and Nevada), as well as the territory of Guam, have been authorized to implement RCRA corrective action. They therefore take the lead in corrective action on most sites in their states, with oversight by EPA. EPA is responsible for corrective action on tribal lands, and conducts corrective action as needed in the Region 9 states as well.
About RCRA Corrective Action
- What is RCRA Corrective Action?
- Cleanup Enforcement
- Locate specific cleanup sites
- Data supporting RCRA activities
- Facility Information
(for 2020 Corrective Action Baseline, federal facilities, databases, historical records)
Pacific Southwest Corrective Action Sites
Corrective Action Site Example
Removal of Contaminated Soil at Phil D. Swing Elementary School, Brawley, CA
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