EPA Cleanup and Multi-Agency Programs: Overview
Cleaning up sites that are contaminated with radioactive materials is an important way in which EPA helps protect people and the environment from unnecessary, harmful exposure to ionizing radiation. EPA's uses the best available science to develop risk assessment tools and guidance for cleaning up sites that are contaminated with radioactive materials. The Cleanup Program also provides technical support and expertise to EPA's Superfund Program. In addition, the Agency works cooperatively with other federal agencies that have radiation protection responsibilities to ensure that consistent site investigation and laboratory methods are used throughout the federal government.
Cleanup: Technology & Tools
provides tools and information on innovative cleanup technologies for technical users and the regulated community.
contains current and historical versions of the Multi-Agency Radiation Site Survey and Investigation Manual, training and meeting information, and workgroup contacts.
provides the current and historical draft versions of the Multi-Agency Radiological Laboratory Analytical Protocols manual and meeting information.
provides the current and historical draft versions of the Multi-Agency Radiological Survey and Assessment of Materials and Equipment manual.