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04/01/2013RCRA Corrective Action: Case Studies Report Publication
 Description: This report provides an overview of the RCRA Corrective Action Program; information on the number, location, size, and cleanup progress of corrective action facilities; and case studies that profile a series of ongoing cleanups. Together, their stories illustrate the inherent challenges and real benefits of RCRA Corrective Action. EPA believes this information will help government officials and the general public make better and more cost-effective policy and business decisions.
 
01/01/2011Don't Be Left in the Dark: Safely Cleanup and Recycle CFLsPublication
 Description: This brochure describes how to safely clean up and recycle compact fluorescent lamps (CFLs) or bulbs and provides actions you can take to prevent broken CFLs.
 
01/01/2011No Se Quede a Oscuras: Con Precaucion Limpie y Recicle CFLs (Spanish - Don't Be Left in the Dark: Safely Cleanup and Recycle CFLs)Publication
 Description: This document is the Spanish version of Don't Be Left in the Dark: Safely Cleanup and Recycle CFLs (EPA530-F-11-001). This brochure describes how to safely clean up and recycle compact fluorescent lamps (CFLs) or bulbs and provides actions you can take to prevent broken CFLs.
 
11/01/2008Building Successful Programs to Address Chemical Risks in Schools: A Workbook with Templates, Tips, and Techniques Publication
 Description: This workbook provides advice and templates developed by successful Schools Chemical Cleanout Campaign (SC3) programs in various states, localities, and tribes that can be used to help schools design their own SC3 program. The tips, techniques, and templates in this workbook can be applied and adapted for SC3 programs being developed and operated at the school, school district, or state level.
 
11/01/2008SC3: Protecting Students and Staff with Green CleaningPublication
 Description: This fact sheet describes green cleaning, its benefits, and how schools can build a green cleaning program. EPA’s Schools Chemical Cleanout Campaign (SC3) is working to encourage schools to use green cleaning practices to safely clean their classrooms and grounds.
 
04/01/2008Border Scrap Tire Project Action PlansPublication
 Description: This document describes scrap tire projects that are occurring throughout the United States-Mexico border region, based on the four principles of scrap tire generation, pile prevention, pile cleanup, and management participation.
 
03/01/2008Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Helps Communities Plan Ahead for Natural DisastersPublication
 Description: This fact sheet discusses the guidance document Planning for Natural Disaster Debris (EPA530-K-08-001), which helps communities prepare to clean up after natural disasters and manage disaster debris.
 
03/01/2008Planning for Natural Disaster DebrisPublication
 Description: This guidance document discusses the management of debris from natural disasters, such as hurricanes, earthquakes, tornados, floods, wildfires, and winter storms. This document can help a planner begin the planning process or revise an existing disaster debris management plan and it provides planners with more awareness for environmental protectiveness when it comes to dealing with disaster debris.
 
01/01/2007Building Successful Programs to Address Chemical Risks in Schools: State, Tribal, and Local School Chemical Cleanout Programs Matrix and SummariesPublication
 Description: This document is part of the Schools Chemical Cleanout Campaign (SC3), which promotes the removal of unneeded, excessive, or dangerously mismanaged chemicals from K-12 schools. It summarizes successful state, tribal, and local programs to address chemical risks in schools, and describes the regulations, training, compliance assistance, and other resources of each program.
 
01/01/2007Industry Leaders Are Part of the SolutionPublication
 Description: This document encourages industry leaders to participate in the Schools Chemical Cleanout Campaign (SC3), which promotes the removal of unneeded, excessive, or dangerously mismanaged chemicals from K-12 schools.
 
09/01/2004How Communities Can Address RCRA Sites with Brownfields FundingPublication
 Description: This fact sheet describes how eligible entities may be able to receive brownfields funding through assessment, revolving loan fund, or site cleanup grants for some properties subject to RCRA.
 
10/01/2003RCRA Brownfields Prevention Initiative Pilot Projects 2001: Summary Report Publication
 Description: This summary report describes each of the five 2001 RCRA Brownfields Prevention Pilot projects, outlines the major challenges they faced, and identifies methods to improve cleanups by capitalizing on the reuse potential of properties subject to RCRA.
 
04/01/2003ASARCO SETTLEMENT AGREEMENTMemo
 Description: ASARCO has created a trust fund to fund cleanup activities at sites where ASARCO is alleged to be a liable party under various environmental statutes. Use of these funds is limited to specific purposes and is under the control of an independent trustee. Thus, EPA cannot use these settlement funds for other purposes, such as computer reuse and recycling initiatives.
 
11/01/2002RCRA Brownfields Prevention Initiative: Targeted Site Efforts 2003Publication
 Description: This fact sheet discussed the RCRA Brownfields Prevention Initiative, an effort that capitalizes on opportunities for statutory and regulatory flexibility in the RCRA cleanup program to accelerate site cleanup, facilitate dialogue, and integrate reuse and redevelopment issues, as appropriate, into cleanup decisions. In the longer term, EPA's goal for this initiative is to help expedite cleanups at RCRA sites, thus enabling the creation of new jobs, businesses, and greenspace for communities. The RCRA Targeted Site Efforts (TSEs) are designed to showcase Brownfields tools and RCRA Cleanup Reforms and also to emphasize the importance of addressing brownfields issues in RCRA cleanups.
 
05/01/2002Tribal Waste Journal: Respect Our Resources: Prevent Illegal DumpingPublication
 Description: The premiere issue of the Tribal Waste Journal focuses on preventing illegal dumping.
 
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