Jump to main content.

Federal Facilities

National Information
Regional Information

Contaminated federal facilities like Department of Defense (DoD) military bases and Department of Energy (DOE) nuclear reactor, processing and research centers are complex sites that require extensive inter-agency coordination. The Federal Facilities Branch in Region 4 works closely with the states and other federal agencies to provide oversight, technical support, regulatory guidance, and assistance in the cleanup of the hazardous waste areas at federal facilities. A major portion of Superfund assistance at federal facilities focuses on assisting DoD and DOE with cleanups at their facilities on the National Priorities List (NPL). The Federal Facilities Branch 4 also provides support for cleanup activities at DoD installations which are slated for closure under the Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) program.

The Federal Facilities Branch consists of three Federal Oversight Sections: North Carolina/South Carolina/Georgia; Kentucky/Tennessee; and Florida/Alabama/Mississippi. Each section is responsible for cleanup oversight activities at federal facilities in their assigned Region 4 states. Examples of key activities performed by each of these sections include:

Federal Facility Cleanup Information

Local Navigation

Jump to main content.