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Long Term Stewardship Task Force Report and the Development of Implementation Options for the Task Force Recommendations

Long Term Stewardship Task Force Report and the Development of Implementation Options for the Task Force Recommendations (PDF) (57 pp, 1,060K, About PDF)
Long-term stewardship (LTS) applies to sites and properties where long-term management of contaminated environmental media is necessary to protect human health and the environment over time. EPA formed the LTS Task Force in 2004 to evaluate the state of long-term stewardship across its various waste cleanup programs. The Task Force released this report to address a variety of challenges facing EPA and its partners responsible for ensuring LTS.

Table of Contents

Memorandum

Executive Summary

Task Force Recommendations Summary

Introduction

What is Long-Term Stewardship?

Why is Long-Term Stewardship Important?

What Are EPA and Others Doing about Long-Term Stewardship?

Challenges and Recommendations

Appendix A: Key Long-Term Stewardship Themes Gathered from Other Agencies and Groups

Appendix B: Long-Term Stewardship Studies and Initiatives

 

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