Superfund Accomplishments and Benefits
Annual accomplishments for the Superfund program highlight steps the program is taking to protect human health and the environment at Superfund sites. Additional information about Superfund's accomplishments is found here:
The Superfund Remedial Program has six performance measures that are employed in the program to accomplish specific desired environmental results.
The Superfund program makes a visible and lasting difference in communities cleaning up the nation’s worst hazardous waste sites, tackling threats to public health and our natural environment, supporting local economies and enhancing quality of life, preventing future releases of hazardous substances, and leading to new advances in science and technology. More information about Superfund community benefits is here:
Human Exposure Dashboard
This dashboard provides the status of EPA’s site-wide Human Exposure environmental indicator for each Superfund National Priorities List and Superfund Alternative Approach site. Human Exposure is one of the metrics EPA uses to communicate its progress in cleaning up Superfund sites.