|Federal agencies that contribute to EPA's environmental goals, and how they make a difference.|
|Programs by EPA Strategic Goal
1. Climate Change and Improving Air Quality
2. Protecting America's Waters
3. Cleaning Up and Sustainable Development
4. Safety of Chemicals and Preventing Pollution
Programs by Agency
AID, ARC, CNCS, CPSC, CSB, DHS, DOC, DOD, DOE, DOI, DOJ, DOL, DOS, DOT, ED, FHFA, GSA, HHS, HUD, NASA, NRC, NSF, OSTP, SBA, TVA, USDA, USPS, USTR, VA
Department of Defense
EPA Goal 3: Cleaning Up Communities and
Advancing Sustainable Development
The Environmental Restoration Division, or ER, is a division of the Air Force Center for Engineering and the Environment, a field operating agency of the Air Force Civil Engineer. The division provides centralized management of the Air Force Environmental Restoration Program and serves as the Air Force Restoration Program Management Office to facilitate the cleanup of contaminated sites at all active installations except Air National Guard and base realignment and closure facilities.
Source(s) of Information
1. AF: Environmental Restoration Division
Related EPA Program(s)
The processes of collecting data on sites to determine the need for CERCLA response, conducting or overseeing investigations and studies to select remedies, designing and constructing or overseeing construction of remedies and post-construction activities at non-Federal Facility sites, including technical and administrative support activities, redevelopment, facilitating participation of states, Tribes, and communities, and enhancing response capabilities of states and Tribes.
EPA - Technical Assistance Services for Communities Program (TASC) - Superfund: TASC is a program that provides independent educational and technical assistance to communities. TASC primarily supports the Superfund program. In addition, support may also be provided to communities impacted by the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act or federal facilities or dealing with air or water environmental problems.
This EPA program offers technical assistance to help communities better understand and become involved in the cleanup process for hazardous waste sites.
• Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA) of 1980, as amended by the Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization Act (SARA) of 1986, Sections 104, 105, 121
• American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009