Long-Term Stewardship: Ensuring Environmental Site Cleanups Remain Protective Over Time
Challenges and Opportunities Facing EPA’s Cleanup Programs
A Report by the Long-Term Stewardship Task Force, September 2005
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.
Road Map to Understanding Innovative Technology Options for Brownfields Investigation and Cleanup, Third Edition (PDF)
(136 pp, 2.5MB, About PDF)
Provides a general outline of the steps in the cleanup of a site slated for redevelopment, and introduces brownfields stakeholders to the range of innovative technology options and resources available to them.
Tool Kit of Information Resources for Brownfields Investigation and Cleanup
Accompanies the Road Map to Understanding Innovative Technology Options for Brownfields Investigation and Cleanup. Each of the resources identified in the Road Map can either be viewed or downloaded online, or ordered using links provided.