The National Priorities List (NPL) is the list of sites of national priority among the known releases or threatened releases of hazardous substances, pollutants, or contaminants throughout the United States and its territories. The NPL is intended primarily to guide the EPA in determining which sites warrant further investigation.
- New Proposed NPL Sites & New NPL Sites - Documents for the most recently proposed NPL sites and recently added NPL sites, including: Documentation Records, Site Listing Narratives, Support Documents and other supporting documentation.
- View a map of all the sites in the U.S., currently on the NPL, proposed to the NPL and deleted from the NPL.
The following table shows the number of Federal and general sites for each status and milestone as of November 24, 2017:
|NPL Sites with Partial Deletions
|NPL Sites with Construction Completions
|Sites that have achieved these milestones are included in one of the three NPL status categories.
||86 partial deletions have occurred at these 65 sites.
||With FY14, the universe of potential site-wide CCL sites includes final and deleted NPL sites as well as Superfund Alternative Approach (SAA) sites. In FY17, CCL was achieved at three SAA sites. In FY16, CCL was achieved at two SAA sites. In FY15, CCL was achieved at one SAA sites. Prior to FY14, CCL was achieved at seven SAA sites. For more information about SAA sites, see: http://www.epa.gov/enforcement/superfund-alternative-approach.