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Risk Assessment Guidance for Superfund (RAGS) Part C

RAGS Part C provides guidance on the human health risk evaluations of remedial alternatives that are conducted during the feasibility study, during selection and documentation of a remedy, and during and after remedy implementation. Part C provides general guidance to assist in site-specific risk evaluations and to maintain flexibility in the analysis and decision-making process. This guidance does not discuss the evaluation of ecological effects that takes place during remedy selection and implementation, nor does it discuss the risk management decisions that are necessary at a Superfund site (e.g., selection of final remediation goals). The potential users of Part C are persons involved in the remedy selection and implementation process, including risk assessors, risk assessment reviewers, remedial project managers, and other decision-makers.

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Section Pages Size

Table of Contents/Preface

12 pages

1.1MB

Chapter 1: Introduction

10 pages

1.2MB

Chapter 2: Risk Evaluation during the Feasibility Study

14 pages

2.1MB

Chapter 3: Risk Evaluation after the Feasibility Study

4 pages

555K

References:

2 pages

208K

Appendix A: Selected Remediation Technologies and Associated Potential Releases

12 pages

1.3MB

Appendix B: Quantifying Potential Releases from Selected Remediation Technologies

6 pages

670K

Appendix C: Short Term Toxicity Values

8 pages

1.1MB

Appendix D: Radiation Remediation Technologies

9 pages

1.1MB

Disclaimer: These electronic files contain the text of a policy issued by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). These files have been reformatted to make them available to you in electronic form. Formatting (margins, page numbering, etc.) may be different than the original hard copy to make the document more easily readable on your computer screen. These electronic files are a courtesy copy of the official policy. If any discrepancies are found, the file copy (hard copy original) which resides at the U.S. EPA provides the official policy.

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