United States
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Remedial Response
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EPA/54O/8-S1/O14 *
Publication 9200.7-02D
November 1994
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                                                       EPA/540/8-91/014
                                                   Publication 9200.7-02D
                                                         November 1994
    SUPERFUND   PROGRAM

INFORIVIATION   PRODUCTS
                          1994
              Office of Emergency and Remedial Response
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    0001 CERCLISCharacterization Project: National Results
    Order numba£gJ92-963331 QDJEDPrice PC A06/MF
    Environmental Protection ^jenc&Washington, D.C. Office 6?
    gency and Remedial Response;
    The report, which is one in a series providingTnfotmation on the
    nature of the sites being evaluated by the SuperfuncfStte^ssessment
    program, characterizes a sample of national  sites in CERCtT
    Separate reports are available for the ten EPA regions.
    Specification: Paper copy available  on Standing Order, deposit
    account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada, and Mexico;
    all others $400). Single copies also available in paper copy or
    microfiche. 108p.
    Subject index keyword: Hazardous materials, Sites, Assessments,
    United States, Superfund, Comprehensive Environmental Response
    Compensation and Liability Act (CERCLA), CERCLA Information
    Systems (CERCLIS).
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§OOj>CERCLIS Characterization Project: National Results
  rder number PB92-963331CDH, Price PO^AOg^MF A02
Environmental Protection Agency.Wasrflngton, D.C. Office of Emer-
gency and Remedial Respon^&rWov 91
The report, which ispperlffa series providing information on the nature
.of the sites bejng-evaluated by the Superfund site assessment pro-
gram.^gbar^cterizes a sample of national sites in CERCLIS. Separate
          available for the ten EPA regions.
Specification: Paper copy available on Standing Order, deposit
account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada, and Mexico;
all others $400). Single copies also available in paper copy or micro-
fiche. 108p.
•Subject index keyword: Hazardous materials, Sites, Assessments,
United States, Superfund, Comprehensive Environmental Response
Compensation and Liability Act (CERCLA), CERCLA Information
Systems (CERCLIS).
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0001  CERCLIS Characterization Project: National Results
  Order Number PB92-963315CDH, price: PC A06/MF A02
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Nov 91
  The report, which is one in a series providing information on
  the nature of the sites being evaluated by the Superfund site
  assessment  program, characterizes a  sample of national
  sites in CERCLIS. Separate reports are available for the ten
  EPA Regions.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
  and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available  in
  paper copy or microfiche. 108p.
  Subject index keywords:  Hazardous  materials, Sites, As-
  sessments, United States, Superfund, Comprehensive Envi-
  ronmental   Response    Compensation    and    Liability
  Act(CERCLA), CERCLA Information System(CERCLIS).
0002  CERCLIS Characterization Project: Region 1 Results
  Order Number PB92-963316CDH, price: PC A05/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Nov 91
  The publication is one in a series of reports providing infor-
  mation on the nature of the sites being evaluated by the Su-
  perfund  site  assessment  program and  characterizes  a
  sample of Regional sites in CERCLIS. National  and Regional
  NPL (National Priority List) characterization reports cover the
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  sites on the NPL as of February 1991.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
  and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available  in
  paper copy or microfiche. 76p.
  Subject index keywords:  Hazardous  materials, Sites, As-
  sessments,  Superfund,   CERCLA(Comprehensive  Environ-
  mental   Response  Compensation  and   Liability  Act),
  CERCLIS(CERCLA Information System).
0003  CERCLIS Characterization Project: Region 2 Results
  Order Number PB92-963317CDH, price: PC A05/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Nov 91
  The publication is one in a series of reports providing infor-
  mation on the nature of the sites being evaluated by the Su-
  perfund  site  assessment  program and  characterizes  a
  sample of Regional sites in  CERCLIS. National  and Regional
  NPL  (National Priorities  List) characterization reports cover
  the NPL characterization  project, which provides a snapshot
  of sites on the NPL as of February 1991.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
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  and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available  in
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  Subject index keywords:  Hazardous  materials, Sites, As-
  sessments,  Superfund,   CERCLA(Comprehensive  Environ-
  mental   Response  Compensation  and   Liability  Act),
  CERCLIS(CERCLA Information System).
0004  CERCLIS Characterization Project: Region 3 Results
  Order Number PB92-963318CDH, price: PC A05/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Nov 91
  The report, which is one in a series providing information on
  the nature of the sites being evaluated by the Superfund site
  assessment program, characterizes a sample of Region  3
  sites in  CERCLIS.  Separate  reports  are available  for the
  other nine EPA Regions and for the nation as a whole.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
  and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available  in
  paper copy or microfiche. 88p.
  Subject! index keywords: Hazardous  materials, Sites, As-
  sessments, Superfund, Comprehensive Environmental  Re-
  sponse Compensation  and Liability Act(CERCLA), CERCLA
  Information System(CERCLIS).

0005  CERCLIS Characterization Project: Region 4 Results
  Order Number PB92-963319CDH, price: PC A05/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Nov 91
  The report, which is one in a series providing information on
  the nature of the sites being evaluated by the Superfund site
  assessment program, characterizes a sample of Region  4
  sites in  CERCLIS.  Separate  reports  are available  for the
  other nine EPA regions and for the nation as a whole.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
  and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available  in
  paper copy or microfiche. 80p.
  Subject index keywords: Hazardous  materials, Sites, As-
  sessments, Superfund,  Comprehensive Environmental  Re-
  sponse Compensation  and Liability Act(CERCLA), CERCLA
  Information System(CERCLIS).
0006  CERCLIS Characterization Project: Region 5 Results
  Order Number PB92-963320CDH, price: PC A05/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Nov 91
  The report, which is one in a series providing information on
  the nature of the sites being evaluated by the Superfund site
  assessment program, characterizes a sample of Region  5
  sites in  CERCLIS.  Separate  reports  are available  for the
  other nine EPA Regions and for the nation as a whole.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
  and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available  in
  paper copy or microfiche. 80p.
  Subject index keywords: Hazardous materials, Sites, As-
  sessments, Superfund, US  EPA Region 5, Comprehensive
  Environmental   Response   Compensation   and   Liability
  Act(CERCLA), CERCLA Information System(CERCLIS).
0007  CERCLIS Characterization Project: Region 6 Results
  Order Number PB92-963321CDH, price: PC A05/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Nov 91
  The report, which is one in a series providing  information on
  the nature of the sites being evaluated by the Superfund site
  assessment program, characterizes a  sample of Region  6

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  sites In CERCLIS.  Separate reports are available for the
  other nine EPA Regions and for the nation as a whole.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
  and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
  paper copy  or microfiche. 80p.
  Subject Index keywords: Hazardous materials, Sites, As-
  sessments,  Superfund, US EPA Region 6,  Comprehensive
  Environmental   Response  Compensation   and   Liability
  Act(CERCLA), CERCLA Information System(CERCLIS).

0008  CERCLIS Characterization Project: Region 7 Results
  Order Number PB92-963322CDH, price: PC A05/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency  and Remedial Response; Nov 91
  The report,  which is one in a series providing information on
  the nature of the sites being evaluated by the Superfund site
  assessment program, characterizes a sample of Region 7
  sites in CERCLIS.  Separate reports are available for the
  other nine EPA Regions and for the nation as a whole.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
  and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
  paper copy  or microfiche. 80p.
  Subject Index keywords: Hazardous materials, Sites, As-
  sessments,  Superfund, US EPA Region 7,  Comprehensive
  Environmental   Response  Compensation   and   Liability
  Act(CERCLA), CERCLA Information System(CERCLIS).

0009  CERCLIS Characterization Project: Region 8 Results
  Order Number PB92-963323CDH, price: PC A05/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency  and Remedial Response; Nov 91
  The report,  which is one in a series providing information on
  the nature of the sites being evaluated by the Superfund site
  assessment program, characterizes a sample of Region 8
  sites in CERCLIS.  Separate reports are available for the
  other nine EPA Regions and for the nation as a whole.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
  and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
  paper copy  or microfiche. 80p.
  Subject index keywords: Hazardous materials, Sites, As-
  sessments,  Superfund, Comprehensive Environmental Re-
  sponse Compensation  and Liability Act(CERCLA),  CERCLA
  Information  System(CERCLIS).

0010  CERCLIS Characterization Project: Region 9 Results
  Order Number PB92-963324CDH, price: PC A05/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency  and Remedial Response; Nov 91
  The report,  which is one in a series providing information on
  the nature of the sites being evaluated by the Superfund site
  assessment program, characterizes a sample of Region 9
  sites in CERCLIS.  Separator reports are available for the
  other nine EPA Regions and for the nation as a whole.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
  and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
  paper copy  or microfiche. 80p.
  Subject index keywords: Hazardous materials, Sites, As-
  sessments,  Superfund, Comprehensive Environmental Re-
  sponse Compensation  and Liability Act(CERCLA), CERCLA
  Information System(CERCLIS).

0011  CERCLIS Characterization Project: Region 10
  Results
  Order Number PB92-963325CDH, price: PC A05/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Nov 91
  The report is one in a series  providing  information on the
  nature of the sites being evaluated by the Superfund site as-
  sessment program and characterizing a  sample of  sites in
  CERCLIS. Separate reports are available for the other  nine
  EPA Regions and for the nation as a whole.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
  and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. 80p.
  Subject index keywords: Hazardous materials, Sites, As-
  sessments,  Superfund, Comprehensive  Environmental  Re-
  sponse Compensation  and Liability Act(CERCLA), CERCLA
  Information System(CERCLIS).

0012  CERCLIS (Comprehensive Environmental Response,
  Compensation, and Liability Information System) Site
  Location Extract
  Order Number PB90-591310CDH, price: Subscription, call for
  price
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; 1990
  The file contains data  on  potentially  hazardous waste sites
  that have  been reported  to the  Environmental Protection
  Agency by States, Municipalities, Private  companies  and pri-
  vate persons, pursuant  to Section 103 of  the Comprehensive
  Environmental Response,  Compensation and  Liability Act
  (CERCLA) of 1980, as amended. The file contains informa-
  tion on the  name and  alias names, location, and indicators
  for National Priority status and Federal Facility.
  Specifications: Source tape is  in the  EBCDIC character set.
  This restricts preparation to 9 track, one-half inch tape only.
  Identify recording mode by specifying  density only. For price
  at 6250 bpi density, call NTIS  Computer Products. Price in-
  clude  documentation, PB90-215120. Available  on subscrip-
  tion, NAG  price $880/yr;  individual issue $220; all others
  write for quote. Issued quarterly. Supersedes PB88-914800.
  See also PB90-591300.
  Subject index keywords: Data file, Hazardous  materials,
  Waste disposal, Sites.

0013  CERCLIS Data Handling Support Policy Statement
  Order Number PB90-258328CDH, price: PC A01/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; 30 May 90
  The directive updates the policy  statement published on
  March 31, 1986, regarding management of the data handling
  support contract for CERCLIS. The update contains no major
  changes in policy,  but rather presents the information in ac-
  cordance with the current document management standards.
  Specifications:  5p.
  Subject index keywords!:  Regulations, Project management,
  Documentation, Contract administration, Superfund, Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response.

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                                                                                             Contracts Integrity
0014  CERCLIS Listing
  Order Number PB91-921348CDH, price: PC A02/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; 5 Feb 90
  The directive discusses ways to assure rapid entry into the
  Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and
  Liability Information System (CERCLIS) of locations identified
  to or by the Agency as potential hazardous waste release
  sites. The directive re-emphasizes the use of the Preliminary
  Assessment Petition and provides a copy of the public edu-
  cational bulletin, 'Preliminary Assessment Petition.'
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $150 U.S., Canada,
  and Mexico; all others $300). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. 7p.
  Subject index keywords: Superfund,  Waste management,
  Hazardous materials, Office of Solid Waste and Emergency
  Response, Preliminary Assessment Petition.

0015  CERCLIS - WasteLAN - CleanLAN
  Order Number PB91-921316CDH, price: PC A01/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Apr 91
  CERCLIS, WasteLAN and CleanLAN  information manage-
  ment systems are an integral component of the Superfund
  program  site  planning  and  management structure  and
  progress reporting. These three integrated  systems provide
  information for Superfund regional program and project man-
  agement as well as reporting activities to EPA management,
  Congress, USAGE and the public.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $150 U.S., Canada,
  and Mexico; all others $300). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. 3p.
  Subject index keywords: Program management,  Informa-
  tion systems, Hazardous materials, Superfund, Comprehen-
  sive Environmental Response Compensation and Liability Act
  of 1980.


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Contracting  & Contracts Integrity

0016  Abstracts of Phase 1 and Phase 2 Awards: Small
  Business Innovation Research Program 1991
  Order Number PB94-146495CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Research and Development; Feb 92
  Contents: 1991 Phase I abstracts (Drinking  water treatment;
  Municipal and industrial waste water treatment and pollution
  control; Biological sludge treatment for improved  handling
  and disposal;  Solid and hazardous waste  disposal; In situ
  treatment technologies for hazardous and toxic waste  at Su-
  perfund sites; Innovative  restoration technologies removing
  heavy metals at Superfund sites; Control of  acid rain precur-
  sors; Air pollution control; Waste reduction and pollution pre-
  vention;  and, Oil spill prevention cleanup, and  restoration
  technology)  and 1991 Phase II abstracts (Municipal and in-
  dustrial waste water treatment and pollution  control;  Solid
  and hazardous waste disposal; Control of acid rain precur-
  sors; Air pollution control; Waste reduction and pollution pre-
  vention;  and, Oil  spill prevention, cleanup, and  restoration
  technology).
  Specifications:  31 p.
  Subject index  keywords: Superfund,  Research' projects,
  SBIR(Small Business Innovative Research).

0017  Administrative Guidance for the FIT to ARCS (FIT/
  ARCS) Transition
  Order Number PB92-963332CDH, price: PC A06/MF A02
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; 29 Nov 91
  The report describes the final  administrative  guidance for
  managing pre-remedial, site assessment work under the Al-
  ternative Remedial Contracting Strategy (ARCS) contracts.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
  and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche.  113p.
  Subject index  keywords: Hazardous  materials, Pollution
  control, Project management, Superfund.

0018  Approval of Long Term Contracting Strategy for
  Superfund (Superfund Management  Review:
  Recommendation E.2)
  Order Number PB90-273822CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; 31 Aug 90
  The directive summarizes the issues,  findings, analysis and
  recommendations for the Superfund Long-Term Contracting
  Strategy which was developed to analyze the long-term con-
  tract needs of the Superfund Program and to design a port-
  folio of Superfund contracts to meet  those needs over the
  next ten years.
  Specifications:  42p.
  Subject index  keywords: Hazardous  materials,  Project
  management,  Contracts,  Superfund,  Management  reviews,
  Waste management, Office of Solid Waste and Emergency
  Response.

0019  ARCS (Alternative Remedial Contract Strategy)
  Contracts Users' Manual
  Order Number PB90-108549CDH, price: PC A05/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Aug 89
  The handbook provides guidance for  EPA Regional person-
  nel with responsibility for  management and  administration of
  Alternative Remedial  Contract Strategy  (ARCS) contracts.
  The ARCS is EPA's approach to obtaining  project manage-
  ment and  technical services to support  remedial response
  activities at National Priorities List sites. Guidance is provided
  on contractor start-up, operational functions and a manage-
  ment plan for multi-regional ARCS contracts.
  Specifications:  90p.
  Subject! index keywords:  Regional planning,  Contract ad-
  ministration, Hazardous materials, Waste disposal, Alterna-
  tive Remedial Contract Strategy, Remedial response, Super-
  fund program.
0020  AFICS Construction Contract Modification
  Procedures
  Order Number PB90-274515CDH, price: PC A02/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Sep 89
  The fact sheet describes  the contracting  relationships,  tech-
  nical reviews, and  administrative  procedures  required to

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  process supplemental  agreements and  change orders  for
  changed  work  in  Remedial Action construction projects
  which are subcontracts under EPA's ARCS contracts.
  Specifications: 9p.
  Subject index keywords: Hazardous materials, Construction
  management, Superfund, Waste management, Office of Solid
  Waste and Emergency Response, Remedial action.

0021  ARCS Work Assignment Management: Field Guide
  Order Number PB91-214965CDH, price: PC A07/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Jan  89
  The ARCS Work  Assignment management Field Guide is
  one of the  three  management-assistance  tools currently
  available to help RPMs  in carrying out their  ARCS work  as-
  signment management duties. The guide  is designed specifi-
  cally for RPMs to provide them with quick reference informa-
  tion on the initiation and management of ARCS work assign-
  ments.
  Specifications: 131 p.
  Subject index keywords: Superfund, Waste management,
  Hazardous materials, Office of Solid Waste  and Emergency
  Response, Alternative Remedial  Contract Strategy.

0022  Congressional Limits for FY 92 Alternative Remedial
  Contracting Strategy (ARCS) Program Management
  Costs
  Order Number PB92-963260CDH, price: PC A01/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; 16 Mar  92
  The directive transmits Congressionally  mandated  targets
  and reporting  requirements for ARCS  contracts  Program
  Management costs.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
  and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. 2p.
  Subject index keywords: Superfund,  Waste management,
  Hazardous materials, Office of Solid Waste  and Emergency
  Response.

0023  Contracting and Subcontracting Guide to the
  Superfund Program
  Order  Number PB92-963274CDH, price: PC Free
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; May 92
  The document assists those interested in providing contrac-
  tual services  to the Superfund  program,  describes  current
  Superfund contracts and provides contact points, addresses,
  and telephone numbers of  firms with Superfund contracts.
  Specifications:  Supersedes PB89-233431. 74p.
  Subject index keywords:  Hazardous materials, Contract ad-
  ministration, Subcontracts,  Pollution control, Superfund.
0024  Emergency Response Cleanup Services Contracts
  (ERGS). Users Manual
  Order Number PB90-191966CDH, price: PC A10/MF A02
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Oct 87
  The report provides information  to assist  EPA Headquarters
  and Regional personnel, and  personnel from other Federal
  agencies  (e.g., U.S. Coast Guard)  authorized  to  use the
  ERGS contracts efficiently and  effectively. In addition, the
  users'  manual discusses coordinating the use of the ERGS
  contracts with other entities involved with the Superfund pro-
  gram.
  Specifications:  21 Op.
  Subject index keywords: Emergencies, Hazardous materi-
  als, Contract administration, Cleanup.

0025  Guidance for Organizing ARCS Contract Files
  Order Number PB91-215020CDH, price: PC A02/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response; 3 Jan 89
  The directive provides instructions to the Regions for devel-
  opment of a consistent, yet flexible filing system for organiz-
  ing and managing ARCS Contract files.
  Specifications:  10p.
  Subject index keywords: Superfund,  Waste management,
  Hazardous materials, Office of Solid Waste and Emergency
  Response.   ;

0026  Guidance on Program Management Activities under
  ARCS
  Order Number PB93-963280CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response; 11 Feb 93
  The directive provides guidance on the division of program
  management costs into  administrative support  costs and
  technical cleanup costs and the development of guidance on
  cost management activities.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
  and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies  also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. 24p.
  Subject index keywords: Superfund,  Waste management,
  Hazardous materials, Office of Solid Waste and Emergency
  Response.

0027  Guidelines for Effective Management of the
  Contract Laboratory Program
  Order Number PB90-272568CDH, price: PC A01/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Nov 89
  The fact sheet provides guidance to Superfund Headquarters
  Project Officers (POs) arid Regional deputy Project Officers
  (DPOs). The PO and DPO roles, responsibilities, limitations,
  and interrelationships with other supporting parties are de-
  fined for every stage of the Superfund process.
  Specifications: See also PB90-191545. 4p.
  Subject index keywords: Project management, Superfund,
  Office of Solid Waste and  Emergency Response, Contract
  Laboratory Program.

0028  Guidelines for Effective Management of the
  Contract Laboratory Program. Part 1. Contract Award.
  Part 2. Contract Administration
  Order Number PB90-191545CDH, price: PC A15/MF A02
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Nov 89
  Provides internal guidelines for Superfund Project Officers in
  procuring, administering, managing CLP contracts.
  Specifications: 346p.
  Subject index keywords;: Laboratories, Superfund program,
  Contract Laboratory Program.

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0029  Headquarters Support Contract Management
  Procedures
  Order Number PB91-921335CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; 15 Nov 89
  The directive addresses two areas: (1) perceptions that may
  weaken public confidence in the Superfund program and  its
  use of  these contracts; and  (2)  procedures  designed  to
  strengthen controls and effectiveness in the management of
  the contracts. It is  not all inclusive but provides information
  to be applied to OERR work assignments.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $150 U.S., Canada,
  and Mexico; ail others $300). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. 23p.
  Subject index keywords:  Superfund, Waste management,
  Hazardous materials, Office of Solid Waste and Emergency
  Response.

0030  Implementation of the Alternative Remedial
  Contracting Strategy (ARCS) Task Force
  Recommendations: Transmittal of the Implementation
  Plan
  Order Number PB92-963258CDH, price: PC A01/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; 22 Jan 92   .
  The memorandum transmits the Implementation Plan for the
  recommendations  embodied in the Alternative Remedial
  Contracting Strategy (ARCS) Task Force Report.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
  and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. 5p.
  Subject index keywords:  Hazardous materials,  Pollution
  control, Contract administration,  Superfund.
0031  Implementation of the Decentralized Contractor
  Performance Evaluation and Award Fee Process for
  Selected Remedial Program Contracts
.  Order Number PB91-205492CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response; 9 Mar 87
  The directive is intended to: (1) further develop Regional in-
  frastructures for managing contracts in  advance of imple-
  mentation  of the  Alternative Remedial Contracts Strategy
  (ARCS); (2) effect the Agency's policy of  decentralizing Su-
  perfund  activities  to the Regions, consistent with other pro-
  gram delegations; (3) focus accountability  for  contractor per-
  formance monitoring on the individuals who are responsible
  for site specific Program operations; (4) allow those most fa-
  miliar  with  a contractor's performance and  determine the
  amount of fee to be awarded; and  (5) increase communica-
  tion between Agency and contractor personnel at all  oper-
  ational and management levels. The Standard Operating Pro-
  cedure (SOP) defines  the roles and responsibilities of key
  Regional, Headquarters, and Contractor personnel and de-
  fines  the basic structure and  operation  of the award fee
  process, as well  as establishes minimum requirements for
  contractor performance evaluations  and award fee decisions.
  Specifications: 14p.
  Subject index  keywords:  Superfund, Waste management,
  Hazardous materials, Remedial action, Office of Solid Waste
  and Emergency Response.
0032  Implementation of the Superfund Alternative
  Remedial Contracting Strategy (ARCS): Report of the
  Administrator's Task Force. Implementation Plan
  Order Number PB92-963201CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; 27 Nov 91
  The report includes  results of a Task Force  analysis of the
  criticism the EPA received about the management of the Su-
  perfund  contracting program. EPA was accused of  allowing
  Superfund contractors to spend  an inordinate amount  of
  public funds on activities  other than the direct  clean-up of
  contaminated sites.  The document provides  a summary of
  recommendations, strategies and proposed  milestones to im-
  plement.
  Specifications: Paper copy available  on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S.,  Canada,
  and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. 32p.
  Subject  index  keywords:  Hazardous materials,  Project
  management, Pollution control, Superfund.

0033  Initiatives to Streamline the Alternative Remedial
  Contracting Strategy (ARCS) Contracts' Award Fee
  Process
  Order Number PB93-963275CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response; 4 Sep 92
  The directive delineates changes to the Alternative Remedial
  Contracting Strategy (ARCS) award fee process which will
  streamline the system for evaluating contractors'  perform-
  ance.
  Specifications: Paper copy available  on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S.,  Canada,
  and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. 32p.
  Subject index keywords: Superfund, Waste management,
  Hazardous materials, Office  of Solid Waste and Emergency
  Response, Alternative Remedial  Contracting Strategy.
0034  Inorganic Contract Compliance Screening System
  (ICCSS) Software (for Microcomputers)
  Order Number PB90-591700CDH, price: Standing Order, call
  for price
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; 12 Feb 90
  Inorganic Contract Compliance  Screening  System  (ICCSS)
  software is a version of a mainframe-based  application de-
  veloped  for the U.S.  Environmental Protection Agency's Na-
  tional Contract Laboratory Program (CLP). ICCSS is designed
  to  automate the determination  of contractural  compliance
  and completeness of data submitted to the EPA under the
  Routine  Analytical Services  (RAS)  programs  of  CERCLA
  (Comprehensive Emergency  Response Clean-up and Liability
  Act) and SARA (Superfund  Amendments and Reauthoriza-
  tion Act). In order to remain consistent with  the mainframe
  system,  the PC version of ICCSS is written in SAS and re-
  quires that SAS/PC  be installed on the host  PC. It will load
  analytical data from  diskettes into SAS file format,  perform
  technical edits on data, produce technical  defect and sum-
  mary reports, and reproduce forms which contain defects. In
  addition,  ICCSS includes  software to  assist in identifying
  these critical structural defects in the data format, to  assist in
  identifying these for  correction prior to performing technical

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  edits. The 3/90 version of ICCSS software is applicable to
  structural and technical checking of diskette data in either
  format A or B for inorganic analysis under the CLP RAS 2/88
  Statement of Work  (SOW)...Software Description: The pro-
  gram is  written in the SAS programming language for imple-
  mentation on an  IBM/AT.PS/2 or compatible microcomputer
  using MS DOS 3.3 operating system.
  Specifications: The software is contained on 5 1/4-inch dis-
  kettes,  high density  (1.2M), compatible  with the IBM  PC
  microcomputer. The diskettes are in the ASCII format. Price
  includes documentation, PB90-213836. Available on Stand-
  ing Order, Deposit Account  required. North American Conti-
  nent price $200.00; all others write for quote. 1  diskette.
  Subject index keywords: Software, Contract administration,
  Monitoring,  Comprehensive  Emergency Response Clean-up
  and Liability Act(CERCLA), Superfund Amendments and Re-
  authorization Act(SARA).

0035  Inorganic Contract Compliance Screening System
  (ICCSS) Software for the PC (Version 3/90) User Manual
  Order Number PB90-213836CDH, price: PC A07/MF A01
  Viar and Co., Alexandria, VA. Management Services Div.;
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington,  DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Feb 90
  The  document is the user  manual  for Inorganic Contract
  Compliance  Screening  System  (ICCSS) software.  ICCSS
  software is a version of a mainframe-based application  de-
  veloped for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's Na-
  tional Contract Laboratory Program (CLP). ICCSS is designed
  to automate the determination of contractual compliance and
  completeness of  data submitted to EPA under the Routine
  Analytical Services (RAS) programs of CERCLA  (Compre-
  hensive  Emergency Response Clean-up and Liability Act)
  and  SARA  (Superfund Amendments  and  Reauthorization
  Act).  In  order to  remain  consistent  with  the  mainframe
  system the PC version of ICCSS is written  in SAS and re-
  quires that SAS/PC be installed  on the host PC.  It will load
  analytical data from diskettes into SAS file  format, perform
  technical edits on the data, produce technical  defect and
  summary reports, and reproduce forms which shows defects.
  In addition,  ICCSS includes software to detect critical struc-
  tural defects in the data format, to assist in identifying these
  for correction prior to performing technical edits. The 2/90
  version  of  ICCSS software  is applicable to structural and
  technical checking of diskette data in either format A or B for
  inorganic analysis under the CLP RAS 2/88  Statement of
  Work (SOW).
  Specifications:   For system on diskette, see PB90-591700.
  Sponsored by Environmental Protection Agency, Washington,
  DC. Office of Emergency and Remedial Response. 138p.
  Subject index keywords: Contract administration, Monitor-
  ing, Comprehensive  Emergency Response Clean-up and Li-
  ability Act(CERCLA), Superfund Amendments and Reauthor-
  ization Act(SARA).

0036  Inorganic Contract Compliance Screening System
  (ICCSS) Software (ILM02.1 Version 2) (for
  Microcomputers)
  Order Number PB93-500288CDH, price: D02
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC.
  Hazardous Site Evaluation Div; 1992
  ICCSS software is a version of a mainframe-based applica-
  tion developed for the U.S.  Environmental Protection  Agen-
  cy's National Contract Laboratory Program (CLP). OCCSS is
  designed to automate the determination of contractural com-
  pliance  and  completeness of data submitted  to  the  EPA
  under the Routine Analytical Services (RAS)  programs  of
  CERCLA (Comprehensive Environmental Response Compen-
  sation and Liability Act). In order to remain consistent with
  the mainframe system, the PC version  of ICCSS is written in
  SAS, and requires that SAS/PC be installed on  the host PC.
  It will load analytical data from diskettes into SAS file format,
  perform  technical edits on data, produce technical  defect
  and summary reports, arid reproduce forms  which contain
  defects.  In addition, OCCSS  includes  software to assist in
  identifying these critical structural defects in the data format,
  to assist in identifying these for correction prior to performing
  technical edits.
  Specifications: The software is on one 51/4 inch diskette,
  1.2M high density. File format: Executable Code. Documenta-
  tion included; may be ordered separately as  PB92-145598.
  System:  IBM AT/PS2, or compatible;  MS DOS Version 3.3
  operating system. Language:  Base SAS. Supersedes PB92-
  501519.  Other formats available  as PB93-500270 (OCCSS).
  1 diskette.
  Subject  index keywords: Software,  Waste management,
  Analytical chemistry, Environmental surveys, Inorganic com-
  pounds,  Inorganic Contract Compliance Screening System.

0037  Inorganic Contract Compliance Screening System
  (ICCSS)  Software (ILM02.1 Version 3) (for
  Microcomputers)
  Order Number PB93-505352CDH, price: D02
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC.
  Hazardous Site Evaluation Div; Apr 93
  ICCSS software is a version of a mainframe-based applica-
  tion developed for the U.S. Environmental  Protection Agen-
  cy's National Contract Laboratory Program (CLP).  ICCSS is
  designed to automate the determination of contractural com-
  pliance  and  completeness of data submitted  to  the  EPA
  under the Routine Analytical Services (RAS)  programs  of
  CERCLA (Comprehensive Emergency  Response  Clean-up
  and Liability  Act).  In order  to  remain consistent with the
  mainframe system, the PC version of ICCSS  is written  in
  SAS, and requires that SAS/PC be installed on  the host PC.
  It will load analytical data from diskettes into SAS file format,
  perform  technical edits on data, produce technical  defect
  and summary reports, and reproduce  forms  which contain
  defects.  In addition, ICCSS includes  software  to  assist  in
  identifying these critical structural defects in the  data format,
  to assist in identifying these for correction prior to performing
  technical edits.
  Specifications: The software is on one 51/4 inch diskette,
  360K double density. File  Format:  Executable Code. Docu-
  mentation included; may be  ordered  separately  as  PB92-
  145598.   System:  IBM compatible;   MS  DOS  operating
  system.  Language: Base  SAS.  Supersedes  PB93-500288.
  See also PB92-501519 and PB90-591700. 1 diskette.
  Subject  index keywords: Software, Waste management, In-
  organic compounds, Analytical chemistry, Environmental sur-
  veys, Inorganic Contract Compliance Screening System.

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0038  Inorganic Contract Compliance Screening System
  (ICCSS) Software (ILM02.1 Version 4) (for
  Microcomputers)
  Order Number PB94-500642CDH, price: D02
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC.
  Hazardous Site Evaluation  Div; 1994
  ICCSS software is a version of a mainframe-based applica-
  tion developed for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agen-
  cy's National Contract Laboratory Program (CLP).  ICCSS is
  designed to automate the determination of contractural com-
  pliance  and  completeness of data submitted  to  the  EPA
  under the Routine Analytical Services  (RAS)  programs of
  CERCLA (Comprehensive Emergency Response  Clean-up
  and Liability Act). In order  to  remain  consistent  with  the
  mainframe system, the PC version of ICCSS  is written in
  SAS, and requires that SAS/PC be installed on  the host PC.
  It will load analytical data from diskettes into SAS file format,
  perform technical edits on data,  produce technical defect
  and summary reports, and reproduce forms  which contain
  defects. In  addition, ICCSS  includes software  to  assist in
  identifying these critical structural defects in the data format,
  to assist in identifying these for correction  prior to performing
  technical edits.
  Specifications: The software is on one 5 1/4 inch diskette,
  360K  double density. File format:  Executable  code. Docu-
  mentation included;  may  be  ordered separately as PB92-
  145598.  System: IBM compatible; MS DOS  operating
  system, 585K. Language: Base SAS. 2MB. Hard disk with at
  least 10 MB of available space. Printer with wide carriage or
  ability to compress print. Other software  which  are  memory
  resident will use up base memory and should not be on the
  same  machine as ICCSS.  SAS required, hot available NTIS.
  Supersedes PB93-505352.  See al.  1 diskette.
  Subject  index  keywords: Software, Superfund,  Contract
  management.

0039  Inorganic Contract Compliance Screening System
  (ICCSS) Software (ILM02.1 Version 5) (for
  Microcomputers)
  Order Number PB94-501467CDH, price: D02
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; 1994
  ICCSS software is a version of a mainframe-based applica-
  tion developed for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agen-
  cy's National Contract Laboratory Program (CLP). ICCSS is
  designed to automate the determination of contractural com-
  pliance  and  completeness of data submitted  to  the  EPA
  under the Routine Analytical Services  (RAS)  programs of
  CERCLA (Comprehensive  Emergency Response  Clean-up
  and Liability Act). In order  to  remain consistent  with  the
  mainframe system, this PC version of ICGSS  is written in
  SAS, and requires that SAS/PC be installed on  the host PC.
  It will load analytical data from diskettes into SAS file format,
  perform technical edits on data,  produce technical defect
  and summary reports, and reproduce forms  which contain
  defects. In  addition,  ICCSS  includes software  to  assist in
  identifying these critical structural defects in the  data format,
  to assist in identifying these for correction prior to performing
  technical edits.
  Specifications: The software  is on one 5 1/4 inch diskette,
  360K  double density. File format:  Executable  code. Docu-
  mentation included; may be  ordered separately as PB92-
  145598. System: IBM  Compatible; DOS  operating  system,
  585K. Language: Base SAS. 2 mb of RAM with memory over
  640K configured as expanded  memory. Hard  disk with  at
  least 10 mb of available space.  Printer with wide carriage or
  ability to compress print. Other  software which are memory
  resident will use up base memory and should not be on the
  same machine as SAS required, not available  NTIS. 1 dis-
  kette.                  ,
  Subject index keywords:  Software, Inorganic compounds,
  Superfund, Contract management.

0040   Inorganic Contract Compliance Screening System
  (ICCSS) Software (SOW March 1990) (Version 1) (for
  Microcomputers)
  Order Number PB92-501519CDH, price: D02,
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Mar 90
  ICCSS software is a version of  a mainframe-based applica-
  tion developed for the U.S. Environmental  Protection Agen-
  cy's  National Contract Laboratory Program (CLP). ICCSS is
  designed to automate the determination of contractural com-
  pliance and  completeness  of data submitted  to the  EPA
  under the  Routine Analytical Services (RAS) programs  of
  CERCLA (Comprehensive Environmental Response Compen-
  sation and Liability Act). In order to remain consistent with
  the mainframe system, this PC version of ICCSS is written in
  SAS, and requires  that SAS/PC  be installed on the host PC.
  It will load  analytical data from diskettes into SAS file format,
  perform technical  edits on data, produce technical  defect
  and  summary reports, and reproduce forms  which contain
  defects. In addition, ICCSS includes software  to assist  in
  identifying  these critical structural defects in the data format,
  to assist in identifying these for correction prior to performing
  technical edits.
,  Specifications: The software is on one (1) 5  1/4 inch dis-
  kette, 1.2M high density File  format: ASCII. Documentation
  included;  may be ordered  separately  as  PB92-145598.
  System: IBM AT/PS2, or compatible; MS DOS Version 3.3
  operating  system.  Language: Base SAS.  Supersedes PB90-
  591700. 1 diskette.
  Subject index keywords: Software,  Analytical  chemistry,
  Environmental  surveys, Inorganic compounds, Waste man-
  agement,  Inorganic Contract Compliance  Screening System.

0041   Inorganic Contract Compliance Screening System
  Software for the PC (SOW March 1990 Version 1). User
  Manual
  Order Number PB92-145598CDH, price: PC A07/MF A02,
  Viar and Co., Alexandria, VA'. Environmental Services Div.;
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Mar 90
  The  Inorganic  Contract  Compliance  Screening  System
  (ICCSS) software is a version of a mainframe-based applica-
  tion developed for the U.S. Environmental  Protection Agen-
  cy's  National Contract Laboratory Program (CLP). ICCSS is
  designed to automate the determination of contractual com-
  pliance and completeness of  data submitted  to EPA under
  the Routine Analytical Services (RAS) programs of CERCLA
  (Comprehensive  Environmental  Response Compensation
  and  Liability Act) and  SARA  (Superfund Amendments and
  Reauthorization Act). The manual provides the user with in-
  structions for running ICCSS  software on the PC. Descrip-
  tions of and  instructions for each menu ^are detailed in the
  following sections. The user should have a working  knowl-

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  edge of PC DOS prior to utilizing this system. The following
  sections present the ICCSS operating environment, describe
  system output (reports), provide instructions for running the
  system and generating  reports, and  specify input data  re-
  quirements. Examples of reports are  contained in Appendix
  A. Appendix B contains descriptions of report  defect codes
  and text. Appendix C is  a listing of defect statements by cri-
  terion with associated SOW references. Data Format A from
  the Inorganic RAS SOW (3/90) is included  as Appendix D.
  Since ICCSS PC software is  implemented using Base SAS
  Software, the 'SAS Language  Guide for Personal Computers'
  from The SAS Institute,  Inc. in Gary, North Carolina may be
  helpful.
  Specifications:  For system on diskette see, PB92-501519.
  Sponsored by Environmental Protection Agency, Washington,
  DC. Office of Emergency and Remedial Response. 143p.
  Subject Index keywords: Analytical chemistry, Environmen-
  tal surveys, Inorganic compounds,  User manuals(Computer
  programs), Waste management, Inorganic Contract Compli-
  ance Screening System.

0042 Long-Term Contracting Strategy for Superfund
  Order Number PB90-274275CDH, price: PC A02/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Sep 90
  The fact sheet provides a summary of the Superfund Long-
  Term  Contracting Strategy which was developed to analyze
  the long-term contract needs of the Superfund program.
  Specifications:  6p.
  Subject  Index  keywords:   Hazardous materials,  Project
  management,  Contracts,  Superfund,  Waste  management,
  Office of Solid Waste and Emergency  Response.
0043 Long-Term Contracting Strategy for Superfund -
  implementation
  Order Number PB91-921358CDH, price: PC A01/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Jul 91
  The memorandum clarifies the roles of the Advisory Commit-
  tee and the Regions in implementing the Long-Term Con-
  tracting Strategy for Superfund.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $150 U.S., Canada,
  and Mexico; all others $300).  Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. 3p.
  Subject index keywords: Hazardous materials, Waste treat-
  ment, Superfund.
0044 Mentor-Protege Program
  Order Number PB93-963251CDH, price: PC A02/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Oct 92
  The document presents the conceptual framework and un-
  derstanding of the Mentor-Protege Program being introduced
  and developed within the Environmental Protection Agency
  (EPA) to stimulate the  participation of small disadvantaged
  businesses in EPA contract requirements.
  Specifications: Paper copy available  on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
  and Mexico; all others $400).  Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. 10p.
  Subject Index  keywords:  Contract  administration, Small
  businesses, Environmental Protection Agency.
0045  Model Performance Standards for Superfund
  Project Officers, Deputy Project Officers, and Work
  Assignment Managers/Delivery Order Officers
  Order Number PB90-258336CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; 26 Sep 88
  The directive  provides model  performance  standards  and
  suggested weightings to be used by Regions in  developing
  individual performance requirements for personnel serving in
  Superfund contract management positions.
  Specifications:  19p.
  Subject index keywords: Regulations, Project management,
  Performance standards, Contract administration,  Superfund,
  Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response.

0046  OERR Organizational Conflict of Interest Review
  and Approval Program (Superfund Management Review:
  Recommendation No. 46C)
  Order Number PB91-2149I57CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; 31 Oct 89
  The directive transmits new procedures to eliminate organi-
  zational  conflicts of interest in  work assignments under Su-
  perfund  Headquarters support contracts and to take appro-
  priate steps to mitigate the perception of conflict wherever
  possible.
  Specifications:  12p.
  Subject index keywords: Superfund,  Waste management,
  Hazardous materials,  Office of  Solid Waste and Emergency
  Response.

0047  Organic Contract Compliance Screening System
  (OCCSS) Software (for Microcomputers)
  Order Number PB90-591690CDH, price: Standing Order, call
  for price     ;
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; 12 Feb 90
  Organic  Contract Compliance  Screening  System (OCCSS)
  software  is a version of a mainframe-based application de-
  veloped  for the U.S.  Environmental Protection Agency's Na-
  tional  Contract  Laboratory  Program (CLP).  OCCSS is de-
  signed to automate the determination of contractural compli-
  ance and completeness of data submitted to the  EPA under
  the Routine Analytical Services (RAS) programs of CERCLA
  (Comprehensive Emergency Response Clean-up and Liability
  Act) and SARA (Superfund Amendments and Reauthoriza-
  tion Act). In order to remain consistent with the  mainframe
  system, the PC version of OCCSS is written in SAS and re-
  quires that SAS/PC be installed on the host PC.  It will load
  analytical data from  diskettes into SAS file format, perform
  technical edits on data, produce technical defect and  sum-
  mary reports, and reproduce forms which contain  defects. In
  addition,  OCCSS includes software to assist  in  identifying
  these critical structural defects in the data format,  to assist in
  identifying these for  correction  prior to performing technical
  edits. The 2/90  version of OCCSS software  is applicable to
  structural and technical checking  of diskette data in either
  format A or B.for organic analysis  under the CLP RAS 2/88
  Statement of  Work (SOW)...Software Description: The  pro-
  gram is written in the SAS programming language for imple-
  mentation on an IBM/AT.PS/2  or compatible microcomputer
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  Specifications: The software is contained on 5 1/4-inch dis-
  kettes, high density  (1.2M),  compatible  with the IBM PC
  microcomputer. The diskettes are in the ASCII format. Price
  includes documentation,  PB90-213844. Available  on  Stand-
  ing Order, Deposit  Account required. North American Conti-
  nent price $200.00; all others write for quote. Supersedes
  PB89-944900. 1 diskette.
  Subject index keywords: Software, Contract administration,
  Monitoring,  Comprehensive Emergency Response Clean-up
  and Liability Act(CERCLA), Superfund Amendments and Re-
  authorization Act(SARA).

0048 Organic Contract Compliance Screening System
  (OCCSS) Software for the PC (Version 2/90) User Manual
  Order Number PB90-213844CDH, price: PC A08/MF A01
  Viar and Co., Alexandria, VA. Management Services Div.;
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Feb 90
  The document  is the user manual for Organic Contract Com-
  pliance Screening System (OCCSS) software. OCCSS  soft-
  ware is a version of a mainframe-based  application devel-
  oped for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's Nation-
 . al  Contract  Laboratory Program (CLP). OCCSS is designed
  to  automate the determination of contractual  compliance and
  completeness of data submitted to  EPA under the Routine
  Analytical Services (RAS) programs  of CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive Emergency Response  Clean-up  and Liability  Act)
  and SARA  (Superfund Amendments and  Reauthorization
  Act). In order to  remain  consistent with  the mainframe
  system the PC version of OCCSS is written in SAS and re-
  quires that SAS/PC be installed on the host PC. It will  load
  analytical data  from diskettes into SAS file format, perform
  technical  edits on  the data,  produce  technical defect  and
  summary reports, and reproduce forms which show defects.
  In  addition, OCCSS includes software to detect critical struc-
  tural defects in the  data format, to assist in identifying these
  for correction prior  to performing technical edits.  The 2/90
  version of OCCSS  software is  applicable to structural  and
  technical checking of diskette data in either format A or B for
  Organic analysis under the  CLP  RAS 2/88 Statement of
  Work (SOW).
  Specifications: Supersedes  PB89-167951.  For system on
  diskette, see PB90-591690.  Sponsored  by  Environmental
  Protection Agency,  Washington, DC.  Office  of Emergency
  and Remedial Response.  167p.
  Subject index  keywords: Contract  administration, Monitor-
  ing, Comprehensive Emergency Response Clean-up and Li-
  ability Act(CERCLA), Superfund Amendments and  Reauthor-
  ization Act(SARA).

0049 Organic Contract Compliance Screening System
  (OCCSS) Software  (OLM01.8 Version 2) (for
  Microcomputers)
  Order Number PB92-502202CDH, price: D02
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; 1992
  OCCSS software is  a version of a mainframe-based applica-
  tion developed  for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agen-
  cy's National Contract Laboratory Program (CLP). OCCSS is
  designed to  automate the determination of contractural com-
  pliance and  completeness  of data  submitted to the  EPA
  under  the Routine  Analytical  Services (RAS) programs of
  CERCLA (Comprehensive Emergency Response Compensa-
  tion and Liability Act). In order to remain consistent with the
  mainframe system, this PC version of OCCSS is written in
  SAS, and requires that SAS/PC be installed on the host PC.
  It will load analytical data from diskettes into SAS file format,
  perform technical edits on data, produce technical defect
  and summary  reports, and reproduce forms which contain
  defects. In addition, OCCSS  includes software to assist in
  identifying these critical structural defects in the data format,
  to assist in identifying these for correction prior to performing
  technical edits.
  Specifications: The software  is on one (1) 5 1/4 inch dis-
  kette, 1.2M high  density. File format: ASCII. Documentation
  included;  may  be  ordered  separately  as  PB92-169564.
  System: IBM AT/PS2 or compatible; MS DOS Version 3.3
  operating system. Language:  Base SAS. Supercedes PB92-
  501535. Other  formats available as PB92-501519 (ICCSS). 1
  diskette.
  Subject index keywords: Software,  Pollution regulations,
  Organic compounds, Waste management, Organic Contract
  Compliance Screening System.

0050 Organic Contract Compliance Screening System
  (OCCSS) Software (OLM01.8 Version 3) (for
  Microcomputers)
  Order Number PB93-500270CDH, price: D02
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC.
  Hazardous Site Evaluation Div; 1992
  OCCSS software  is a version  of a mainframe-based applica-
  tion developed for the U.S. Environmental  Protection Agen-
  cy's National Contract Laboratory Program (CLP). OCCSS is
  designed to automate the determination of contractural com-
  pliance and  completeness of data submitted to  the  EPA
  under the  Routine Analytical  Services (RAS) programs of
  CERCLA (Comprehensive Environmental Response Compen-
  sation and Liability Act).  In order to remain consistent with
  the mainframe system, the PC version of OCCSS is written in
  SAS, and requires that SAS/PC be installed on the host PC.
  It will load  analytical data from diskettes into SAS file format,
  perform technical edits  on data,  produce  technical defect
  and summary reports,  and reproduce forms which contain
  defects. In addition, OCCSS  includes  software to  assist in
  identifying these critical structural defects in the data format,
  to  assist in identifying these for correction prior to performing
  technical edits.
  Specifications: The software  is on one 51/4 inch diskette,
  1.2M high density. File format: Executable Code. Documenta-
  tion included; may  be ordered separately as PB92-169564.
  System: IBM AT/PS2 or compatible; MS  DOS Version 3.3
  operating system. Language: Base  SAS. Supersedes PB92-
  502202. See also  PB92-501501  (SOW  2/88/Vers. 6/90),
  and PB92-501527 (SOW 3/90). Other formats available as
  PB93-500288 (ICCSS). 1 diskette.
  Subject index  keywords: Software, Environmental surveys,
  Organic compounds, Waste management, Analytical chemis-
  try, Organic Contract Compliance Screening System.

0051  Organic Contract Compliance Screening System
  (OCCSS) Software (OLM01.8 Version 4) (for
  Microcomputers)
  Order Number PB93-505345CDH, price: D02
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC.
  Hazardous Site Evaluation Div; Apr 93
  OCCSS software  is a version of a mainframe-based  applica-
  tion developed  for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agen-

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  cy's National Contract Laboratory Program (CLP). OCCSS is
  designed to automate the determination of contractual com-
  pliance  and  completeness of data submitted  to the  EPA
  under the Routine Analytical Services (RAS)  programs of
  CERCLA (Comprehensive  Emergency  Response Clean-up
  and Liability Act). In order to  remain consistent with  the
  mainframe system, the  PC version of OCCSS  is written in
  SAS, and requires that SAS/PC be installed on  the host PC.
  It will load analytical data from diskettes into SAS file format,
  perform technical edits on data, produce technical defect
  and summary reports, and reproduce forms which contain
  defects. In addition, OCCSS  includes software  to assist in
  identifying these critical structural defects in the data format,
  to assist in Identifying these for correction prior to performing
  technical edits.
  Specifications: The software is on one 51/4 inch diskette,
  1.2M high density. Rle format: Executable Code. Documenta-
  tion included; may be ordered separately as PB92-169564.
  System: IBM AT  / PS2 or compatible; MS DOS Version 3.3
  operating system. Language:  Base SAS. Supersedes PB93-
  500270. See  also PB92-501535 and PB92-502202. 1  dis-
  kette.
  Subject index keywords: Software, Superfund,  Solid waste
  management, OCCSS(Organic Contract Compliance Screen-
  ing System).

0052  Organic Contract Compliance Screening  System
  (OCCSS) Software (OLM01.8 Version 5) (for
  Microcomputers)
  Order Number PB93-506053CDH, price: D02
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC.
  Hazardous Site Evaluation Div; Jul 93
  OCCSS software  is a version of a mainframe-based applica-
  tion developed for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agen-
  cy's National Contract Laboratory Program (CLP). OCCSS is
  designed to automate the determination of contractural com-
  pliance  and  completeness of data submitted  to the  EPA
  under the Routine Analytical Services (RAS)  programs of
  CERCLA (Comprehensive  Emergency  Response  Clean-up
  and Liability Act). In order to  remain consistent with  the
  mainframe system, the  PC version of OCCSS  is written in
  SAS, and requires that SAS/PC be installed on  the host PC.
  It will load analytical data from diskettes into SAS file format,
  perform technical edits on data, produce technical defect
  and summary reports, and reproduce forms which contain
  defects. In addition, OCCSS  includes software  to assist in
  identifying  these critical structural defects in the data format,
  to assist in identifying these for correction prior to performing
  technical edits.
  Specifications: The software is one 5 1/4 inch diskette,
  1.2M high density. Rle format: Executable code. Documenta-
  tion included; may be ordered separately as PB92-169564.
  System: IBM AT/PS2 or compatible; MS DOS  Version 3.3
  operating system. Language:  Base SAS. Supersedes PB93-
  505345. 2 megabytes of RAM with memory over 640K con-
  figured  as expanded memory. Hard disk with at  least 10 me-
  gabytes of available space. Printer with wide carriage or abili-
  ty to compress print. This  application  requires a minimum of
  585K of base memory. 1 diskette.
  Subject index keywords: Software, Pollution standards, Or-
  ganic compounds, Superfund.
0053  Organic Contract Compliance Screening System
  (OCCSS) Software (OLM01.8 Version 6) (for
  Microcomputers)
  Order Number PB94-501335CDH, price: D02
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Jan 94
  OCCSS software is a version of a mainframe-based applica-
  tion developed for the  U.S.  Environmental  Protection Agen-
  cy's National Contract Laboratory Program  (CLP). OCCSS is
  designed to automate the determination of contractural com-
  pliance and  completeness of data submitted to  the  EPA
  under the Routine Analytical Services (RAS) programs  of
  CERCLA (Comprehensive Environmental Response  Compen-
  sation and Liability Act). In order to remain consistent with
  the mainframe system, this PC version of OCCSS  is written
  in SAS, and  requires that  SAS/PC be installed on the host
  PC. It will load analytical  data from diskettes into SAS file
  format, perform  technical  edits on data, produce  technical
  defect  and summary reports, and reproduce forms which
  contain  defects.  In  addition, OCCSS  includes software  to
  assist in  identifying  these critical structural defects  in the
  data format, to assist in identifying these for correction prior
  to performing technical  edits.
  Specifications: The software is on one 51/4 inch diskette,
  1.2M high density. File format: Executable code. Documenta-
  tion included; may be  ordered separately as PB92-169564.
  System: IBM AT/PS2 or compatible;  MS DOS Version 3.3
  operating system. Language: Base SAS. 2MB of RAM with
  memory over 640K configured as expanded memory. Hard
  disk with at least 10MB of available space. Printer with wide
  carriage  or ability  to  compress  print. Supersedes  PB93-
  506053. See also PB93-505352 and  PB94-500642.  1 dis-
  kette.
  Subject  index keywords:  Software,  Organic  compounds,
  Waste  management, Contract management, Organic Con-
  tract Compliance  Screening System.
0054  Organic Contract Compliance Screening System
  (OCCSS) Software (SOW  February 1988) (for
  Microcomputers)
  Order Number PB92-501501CDH, price: D02
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Jun 90
  OCCSS software is a version of a mainframe-based applica-
  tion developed for the  U.S.  Environmental  Protection Agen-
  cy's National Contract Laboratory Program  (CLP). OCCSS is
  designed to automate the  determination of contractual com-
  pliance and  completeness of data submitted to  the  EPA
  under the Routine Analytical Services (RAS) programs  of
  CERCLA (Comprehensive Environmental Response  Compen-
  sation and Liability Act). In order to remain consistent with
  the mainframe system, this PC version of OCCSS  is written
  in SAS, and  requires that  SAS/PC be installed on the host
  PC. It will load analytical  data from diskettes into SAS file
  format, perform  technical  edits on data, produce  technical
  defect  and summary reports, and reproduce forms which
  contain  defects.  In  addition, OCCSS  includes software  to
  assist in  identifying  these critical structural defects  in the
  data format, to assist in identifying these for correction prior
  to performing technical  edits.
  Specifications: The software is on one (1) 5 1/4  inch dis-
  kette,  1.2M high  density. File format: ASCII. Documentation
  included; may  be  ordered  separately as  PB92-145580.
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  System: IBM AT/PS2  or compatible; MS DOS Version 3.3
  operating system. Language: Base SAS. 1 diskette.
  Subject index  keywords:  Software,  Organic  compounds,
  Environmental   surveys,  Waste  management,  Analytical
  chemistry, Organic Contract Compliance Screening System.
0055  Organic Contract Compliance Screening System
  (OCCSS) Software (SOW March 1990) (Version 1) (for
  Microcomputers)
  Order Number PB92-501527CDH, price: D02
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and  Remedial Response; Mar 90
  OCCSS software is a version of a mainframe-based applica-
  tion developed for the U.S.  Environmental  Protection Agen-
  cy's National Contract Laboratory Program (CLP). ICCSS is
  designed to automate the determination of contractural com-
  pliance and  completeness  of data submitted to the  EPA
  under the Routine Analytical Services (RAS) programs  of
  CERCLA (Comprehensive Environmental Response Compre-
  hensive and Liability  Act). In order to remain consistent with
  the mainframe system, this  PC version  of OCCSS is written
  in SAS, and requires that SAS/PC be installed  on the  host
  PC. It will load  analytical data from diskettes into SAS file
  format, perform  technical edits on data, produce technical
  defect  and summary reports, and reproduce  forms which
  contain defects. In  addition, ICCSS includes  software  to
  assist in  identifying  these criteria structural defects  in the
  data format, to assist in identifying these for correction  prior
  to performing technical edits.
  Specifications:  The  software is on one (1) 5 1/4 inch dis-
  kette,  1.2M high density.  File format:  ASCII. Documentation
  included;  may  be   ordered  separately as  PB92-145572.
  System: IBM AT / PS2 or compatible;  MS DOS Version 3.3
  operating system. Language: Base SAS. 1 diskette.
  Subject index keywords: Environmental surveys, Software,
  Waste management,  Organic compounds, Analytical chemis-
  try, Organic Contract  Compliance Screening System.
0056  Organic Contract Compliance Screening System
  (OCCSS) Software (SOW OLM01.8 Version January 1992)
  (Version 1) (for Microcomputers)
  Order Number PB92-501535CDH, price:  D02
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Jan 92
  OCCSS software is a version of a mainframe-based applica-
  tion developed for the  U.S.  Environmental Protection Agen-
  cy's National Contract Laboratory Program (CLP). OCCSS is
  designed to automate the determination of contractural com-
  pliance and completeness  of data submitted to the  EPA
  under the  Routine Analytical Services  (RAS)  programs  of
  CERCLA (Comprehensive Environmental Response Compre-
  hensive and Liability  Act). In order to remain consistent with
  the mainframe system, this  PC version of OCCSS is written
  in SAS, and requires that SAS/PC be  installed on the  host
  PC.  It will load analytical data from diskettes into SAS file
  format,  perform  technical edits  on  data, produce technical
  defect  and summary reports, and  reproduce forms  which
  contain defects. In  addition,  OCCSS includes software  to
  assist  in identifying  these critical structural defects in the
  data format, to assist in identifying these for correction prior
  to performing technical edits.
  Specifications: The  software is on one (1) 5 1/4 inch dis-
  kette, 1.2M high density.  File format: ASCII. Documentation
  included;  may   be  ordered  separately as PB92-145564.
  System: IBM AT / PS2 or compatible; MS DOS Version 3.3
  operating system. Language: Base SAS. Supersedes PB90-
  591690. Other formats available as PB92-501519 (ICCSS). 1
  diskette.
  Subject index keywords: Analytical chemistry, Environmen-
  tal surveys, Organic compounds, Software, Waste manage-
  ment, Organic Contract Compliance Screening System.

0057   Organic Contract Compliance Screening System.
  Software for the PC (OLM01.8 Version 1). User Manual
  Order Number PB92-145564CDH, price: PC A06/MF A02
  Viar and Co., Alexandria, VA. Environmental Services Div.;
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington,  DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Jan 92
  The OCCSS software is a version of a mainframe-based ap-
  plication developed for the  EPA's National Contract Labora-
  tory Program (CLP). OCCSS is designed to automate the de-
  termination of contractual compliance  and completeness of
  data submitted to EPA under the RAS  programs of CERCLA
  (Comprehensive  Environmental  Response, Compensation,
  and  Liability Act) and  SARA (Superfund  Amendments and
  Reauthorization Act). The manual provides the user with in-
  structions for running OCCSS software on the  PC. Descrip-
  tions of and instructions for each menu are detailed in the
  following sections. The user should have a working  knowl-
  edge of PC DOS prior to utilizing this system.  The following
  sections present the  OCCSS operating  environment,  de-
  scribe system output (reports), provide instructions for run-
  ning  the system and generating reports,  and  specify input
  data requirements. Examples of reports are contained in Ap-
  pendix A. Appendix B contains descriptions of  sample suffix
  codes and report defect codes.  Appendix C is a  listing of
  defect statements by criterion, with associated SOW refer-
  ences. Appendix D contains data file formats from  Exhibit H
  of the SOW. Since OCCSS PC software  is  implemented
  using Base SAS Software, the 'SAS Language Guide for Per-
  sonal Computers' from The  SAS Institute, Inc. in Gary, North
  Carolina may be helpful.
  Specifications:  For system on diskette see, PB92-501535.
  Sponsored by Environmental Protection Agency, Washington,
  DC. Office  of Emergency and Remedial Response.  117p.
  Subject index keywords: User  manuals(Computer  pro-
  grams), Environmental surveys, Waste management, Analyti-
  cal chemistry, Organic compounds, Organic Contract Compli-
  ance Screening System.

0058  Organic Contract Compliance Screening System.
  Software for the PC (OLM01.8 Version 2) (User Manual)
  Order Number PB92-169564CDH, price: PC A06/MF A02
  Viar and Co., Alexandria, VA. Environmental Services Div.;
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; 1992
  The OCCSS software is a version of a  mainframe-based ap-
  plication developed for the EPA's National  Contract Labora-
  tory Program (CLP). OCCSS is designed to automate the de-
  termination of contractual compliance and  completeness of
  data submitted  to EPA  under the  RAS programs of  CERCLA
  (Comprehensive  Environmental  Response, Compensation,
  and Liability  Act) and  SARA (Superfund Amendments and
  Reauthorization Act). The manual provides the user with in-
  structions for running OCCSS software on the PC. Descrip-
  tions of and  instructions for each menu are detailed in the
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  following sections. The user should have a working  knowl-
  edge of PC DOS prior to utilizing the system.
  Specifications:  For system on diskette see PB92-502202.
  Sponsored by Environmental Protection Agency, Washington,
  DC. Office of Emergency and Remedial Response. 106p.
  Subject index  keywords: User  manuals(Computer  pro-
  grams),  Pollution  regulations,  Organic  compounds,  Waste
  management,   Organic   Contract  Compliance   Screening
  System.

0059  Organic Contract Compliance Screening System.
  Software for the PC (SOW March  1990, Version 1).  User
  Manual
  Order Number PB92-145572CDH, price: PC A08/MF A02
  Viar and Co., Alexandria, VA. Environmental Services Div.;
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington,  DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Mar 90
  The   Organic  Contract   Compliance  Screening  System
  (OCCSS) software is a version of a mainframe-based appli-
  cation  developed for the  U.S.  Environmental  Protection
  Agency's  National Contract  Laboratory  Program  (CLP).
  OCCSS is designed to automate the determination of con-
  tractual compliance and completeness of data submitted to
  EPA under the Routine Analytical Services (RAS) programs
  of CERCLA (Comprehensive Environmental Response Com-
  pensation  and Liability Act) and SARA (Superfund Amend-
  ments  and Reauthorization Act). The manual provides  the
  user with  instructions for running OCCSS software  on  the
  PC. Descriptions  of and instructions for each  menu are  de-
  tailed in the following sections. The user should have a work-
  ing knowledge of PC  DOS prior to utilizing this system. The
  following sections present the OCCSS operating environ-
  ment, describe system output (reports), provide  instructions
  for running the system and generating  reports, and  specify
  input data requirements.  Examples of reports  are contained
  in Appendix A. Appendix B contains  descriptions of sample
  suffix codes and report defect codes. Appendix C is a listing
  of defect statements by criterion with associated  SOW refer-
  ences. Data Format A and the Agency Standard from  the Or-
  ganic RAS SOW (3/90) are included as Appendix D. Since
  OCCSS PC software  is implemented using Base SAS Soft-
  ware, the 'SAS Language Guide for Personal  Computers'
  from The SAS Institute, Inc. in Gary,  North Carolina may be
  helpful.
  Specifications: For system on diskette see,  PB92-501527.
  Sponsored by Environmental Protection Agency, Washington,
  DC. Office of Emergency and Remedial Response. 174p.
  Subject  index keywords:  User  manuals(Computer pro-
  grams), Analytical chemistry, Environmental surveys, Organic
  compounds, Waste management, Organic Contract Compli-
  ance Screening System.
0060   Organic Contract Compliance Screening System.
  Software for the PC  (Version June 1990). User Manual
  Order Number PB92-145580CDH, price: PC A08/MF A02
  Viar and Co., Alexandria, VA. Environmental Services Div.;
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Jun 90
  The   Organic  Contract  Compliance  Screening  System
  (OCCSS) software is  a version of a mainframe-based appli-
  cation developed by Viar and Company for the U.S. Environ-
  mental  Protection  Agency's National  Contract  Laboratory
  Program (CLP). OCCSS is designed to automate the determi-
  nation of contractual  compliance and completeness  of data
  submitted to EPA under  the  Routine  Analytical Services
  (RAS) programs of CERCLA (Comprehensive Environmental
  Response Compensation and Liability Act) and SARA (Su-
  perfund Amendments and Reauthorization  Act). The manual
  provides the user with instructions for running OCCSS soft-
  ware on the PC. Descriptions  of and instructions for  each
  menu are detailed in the following sections. The user should
  have a working knowledge of PC DOS prior to  utilizing this
  system. The following sections present the  OCCSS operating
  environment, describe system  output (reports), provide  in-
  structions for running the system and generating reports, and
  specify input data requirements. Examples of  reports are
  contained in Appendix A. Appendix B contains descriptions
  of sample suffix codes arid report defect codes. Appendix C
  is a listing of defect statements by  criterion with associated
  SOW references. Data Formats A and B  from the Organic
  RAS SOW (2/88) are included as Appendix D. Since OGCSS
  PC software is implemented using Base SAS Software, the
  'SAS Language Guide for  Personal Computers' from  The
  SAS Institute, Inc. in Gary, North Carolina may be helpful.
  Specifications:  For system on diskette see, PB92-501501.
  Sponsored by Environmental Protection Agency, Washington,
  DC. Office of Emergency and Remedial Response. 159p.
  Subject index  keywords:  Environmental surveys, Waste
  management, Analytical  chemistry,  User manuals(Computer
  programs), Organic compounds, Organic  Contract Compli-
  ance Screening System.

0061   Performance Tracking under ARCS  Contracts
  Order Number PB93-963276CDH, price: PC A01/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response; 8 Sep 92
  The directive discusses the development of a  non-resource
  intensive method for reporting performance based work allo-
  cation results  under the  ARCS (Alternative Remedial  Con-
  tracting Strategy) contractors.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
  and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. 3p.
  Subject index keywords:  Superfund, Waste management,
  Hazardous materials, Office  of Solid Waste and  Emergency
  Response, Alternative Remedial Contracting Strategy.

0062   Procedures to Ensure that CLP Laboratories Are
  Not Paid for Non-Compliant or Unuseable Data
  Order Number PB94-963214CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response; 12 Aug 93
  The memo reviews and emphasizes procedures for ensuring
  that  CLP laboratories are not paid  for non-compliant or un-
  useable data.,
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
  and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. 32p.
  Subject index keywords:  Superfund, Laboratories, Inspec-
  tion.
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 0063  Reassignment of CLP Transportation Functions
   Order Number PB93-963501CDH, price: PC A01/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Solid Waste and Emergency Response; 19 Jan 93
   The directive discusses the reassignment of the responsibil-
   ity  of providing CLP (Contract Laboratory Program)  sample
   coolers to the regions and their support contractors.
   Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
   posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
   and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
   paper copy or microfiche. 4p.
   Subject index  keywords: Superfund,  Waste management,
   Hazardous materials, Office of Solid  Waste and Emergency
   Response.

 0064   Regional Pilot Projects and Initiatives
   Order Number PB92-963259CDH, price: PC A01/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Emergency and Remedial Response; 28 Jan 92
   The directive discusses the initiation of regional pilot projects
   designed to make NPL site cleanup more effective, efficient,
   and/or equitable.  Pilot projects will demonstrate innovative
   ways to accomplish this objective at NPL and will, if success-
   ful,  offer similar opportunities at other sites.
   Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, De-
   posit account required (minimum  deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
   and Mexico; all  others $400). Single copies also available in
   paper copy or microfiche. 5p.
   Subject index keywords: Superfund, Waste  management,
   Hazardous materials, Office of Solid Waste and Emergency
   Response.

0065   Required Contracts Management Training for
   Regional Superfund Personnel
  Order Number PB93-963258CDH, price: PC A01/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC.  Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response; 7 Jul 92
  The memorandum establishes the required training  regarding
  the  management of contracts for all regional Superfund pro-
  gram personnel.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
  and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also  available in
  paper copy or microfiche.  3p.
  Subject index  keywords: Superfund,  Training,  Contract
  management.

0066   Resources for Preparing Independent Government
  Estimates for Remedial Contracting Work Assignments
  Order Number PB93-963267CDH, price: PC A01/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response; 5 Aug 92
  The  memorandum provides information regarding the avail-
  ability of tools, data bases, and assistance for developing in-
  dependent government estimates of the cost of  work to be
  performed  by contractors for remedial work assignments.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
  and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. See also PB92-963257. 5p.
  Subject index keywords: Hazardous materials, Waste treat-
  ment, Contract administration, Superfund.
 0067  Response Action Contractor Final Indemnification
   Guidelines. Volume 2, Number 1, March 1993
   Order Number PB93-963290CDH, price: PC A01/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Solid Waste and Emergency Response; Mar 93
   The Final Guidelines supersede  EPA's Interim Guidance on
   Indemnification which, since 1987, has prescribed the stand-
   ard terms and conditions for indemnification  agreements with
   Superfund  response  action  contractors  (RACs).  Under
   CERCLA Section 119, EPA has discretionary authority to in-
   demnify RACs for third-party damage claims based on negli-
   gent release during a response action.  The Final Guidelines
   affect all response action contracts, including  ARCS, ERGS,
   TES, and TAT. The Guidelines also impact grants, contracts
   issued by States  under  cooperative  agreements with  EPA,
   closed contracts, and contracts  awarded by the U.S. Army
   Corps of Engineers and  other Federal agencies  operating
   under interagency agreements with  EPA to cleanup Super-
   fund sites.
   Specifications: Paper copy available  on Standing Order, de-
   posit account required (minimum  deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
   and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies  also available in
   paper copy or microfiche. 4p.
   Subject index keywords: Superfund, Hazardous materials,
   Waste disposal.

0068  Revision of Policy Regarding Superfund Project
   Assignment between Alternative Remedial Contracting
   Strategy Contractors and the U.S. Army Corps of
   Engineers
   Order Number PB92-963327CDH, price:  PC A01/MF A01
   Environmental Protection  Agency, Washington,  DC. Office of
   Emergency and Remedial Response; 10 Dec 91
  The report revises the policy for assigning Superfund remedi-
   al  work  to EPA Alternative  Remedial Contracting Strategy
   (ARCs) contractors and the  U.S.  Army Corps of Engineers
   (USAGE).
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $200  U.S., Canada,
  and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche.  4p.
  Subject  index keywords: Hazardous  materials, Government
  policies,  Waste management, Superfund.

0069  Roles and Responsibilities  of Deputy Project
  Officers and Work Assignment Managers under the
  Technical Enforcement Support (TES) Contracts
  Order Number PB91-139741CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington,  DC. Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response; 17 Feb 88
  The directive provides a list of duties and responsibilities that
  Regional contacts who will now serve as Deputy Project  Offi-
  cers under  Headquarters Project Officers for the TES con-
  tracts, must now  perform in managing and  administering
  these contracts.
  Specifications:  See also PB91-139758. 12p.
  Subject  index keywords: Superfund, Waste  management,
  Hazardous materials, Office of Solid  Waste and Emergency
  Response, Technical  Enforcement Support Contract.
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0070  Roles and Responsibilities of Regional Project
  Officers, Zone Project Officers, Work Assignment
  Managers and Contracting Officers for the RCRA
  Enforcement, Permitting and Assistance Contracts
  (REPA)
  Order Number PB94-963614CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington,  DC. Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response; 22 Feb 94
  This directive sets out the roles and  responsibilities of the
  Regional Project Officers (RPOs), Headquarters Zone  Project
  Officers  (ZPOs),  Work Assignment  Managers (WAMs) and
  Contracting Officers (COs) of the RCRA Enforcement  Permit-
  ting and Assistance (REPA) Contracts.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $200  U.S., Canada,
  and Mexico;  all others $400). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. 16p.
  Subject index keywords: Superfund, Waste  management,
  Hazardous materials, Contractor personnel, Office of  Solid
  Waste and Emergency Response, REPA contracts.

0071  Sampler's Guide to the Contract Laboratory
  Program
  Order Number PB91-921330CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington,  DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Dec 90
  The Sampler's Guide provides gu idance and  direction to
  program clients. It is designed to clarify sampling procedures
  necessary to submit samples for CLP analysis. The Sam-
  pler's Guide  acts as a reference for the Regions and  sam-
  pling contractors to promote consistency in sampling proce-
  dures throughout the Regions and ensure the  proper adher-
  ence to  CLP requirements.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit  $150  U.S., Canada,
  and Mexico;  all others $300). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. 42p.
  Subject  index keywords: Superfund, Guidelines, Sample
  preparation,  Waste  management, Office of Solid Waste and
  Emergency Response, Contract Laboratory Program.
0072   Superfund Contracts Management Issues
  Order Number  PB92-963257CDH, price: PC A02/MF A01
  Environmental  Protection Agency, Washington,  DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; 31 Jan 92
  The directive initiates new requirements regarding the devel-
  opment  of independent government cost estimates, review of
  contractor invoices, and the appropriate participation on Per-
  formance Evaluation Boards.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $200  U.S., Canada,
  and Mexico;  all others $400). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. 7p.
  Subject  index keywords: Hazardous  materials, Pollution
  control,  Contract  administration, Superfund.

0073   Superfund Program Management Manual, Fiscal
  Year 1994
  Order Number PB94-963247CDH, price: Standing Order, call
  for  price
  Environmental  Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Apr 94
  The information  in  the  Manual is targeted to  Unit, Section,
  and Branch Chiefs. Its primary purpose is to provide: The pri-
  mary program goals and priotities for FY94; and An overview
  of the Superfund program management processes (planning,
  accomplishment reporting  and program evaluation, and re-
  source allocation). The FY 94 Superfund  Program Manage-
  ment Manual consists of information on: Manager's schedule
  of significant events; Program goals and priorities; Program
  planning and reporting requirements; and Financial manage-
  ment  and FTE  distribution.  Appendix A  contains targets/
  measures and definitions for site screening and assessment/
  regional decision, early and long-term actions,  program  sup-
  port activities, enforcement, and Federal Facilities.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order; de-
  posit account required ($100  U.S., Canada, and  Mexico; all
  others $200). Single copies also available  in paper copy or
  microfiche. 249p.
  Subject index keywords: Superfund, Hazardous materials,
  Waste management, Project management.

0074  Superfund Response Action Contracts
  Order Number PB93-963292CDH, price: PC A01/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response; May 93
  The fact sheet discusses the EPA's Response Action Con-
  tracts to provide  professional architect/engineer  services to
  support response planning and oversight of activities,  includ-
  ing  contract services required, contract structure, and the
  procurement process.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
  and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also  available in
  paper copy or .microfiche. 4p.
  Subject index keywords:: Superfund, US  EPA, Contract ad-
  ministration, Technical assistance, Waste management.

0075  Technical Assistance Team (TAT) Contracts Users'
  Manual
  Order Number PB92-963407CDH, price: PC A09/MF A02
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington,  DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Dec 91
  The report provides information  and guidance on manage-
  ment  and implementation of  EPA's Technical  Assistance
  Team (TAT) for  Emergency Response, Removal, and  Pre-
  vention' contracts. Also, the study  describes the necessary
  procedures and  requirements that  should be followed  in
  managing contracts.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum  deposit $200  U.S., Canada,
  and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also  available in
  paper copy or microfiche. Supersedes PB91-214163. 178p.
  Subject index  keywords: Technical assistance, Contract
  management, Superfund.

0076  Treatability Studies Contractor Work Assignments
  Order Number PB90-273962CDH, price: PC A01/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington,  DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; 12 Jul 90
  The directive requires all future remedial  and  removal  work
  assignments involving treatability studies to contain a provi-
  sion requiring the contract or to provide the Agency's Super-
  fund Data Base with a copy of the work products.
  Specifications: 4p.
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   Subject index keywords: Hazardous materials, Waste treat-
   ment, Superfund, Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Re-
   sponse, Waste management.

 0077  USEPA Contract Laboratory Program National
   Functional Guidelines for Organic Data Review
   Order Number PB94-963501CDH, price: PC A07/MF A02
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Emergency and Remedial Response; Feb 93
   The document is intended to assist in the technical review of
   analytical data generated through the CLP. The data review
   process provides  information on analytical  limitations of  a
   data based Quality Control (QC) criteria.
   Specifications:  Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
   posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
   and Mexico; all  others $400). Single  copies also available in
   paper copy or microfiche. 130p.
   Subject index  keywords: Hazardous materials,  Laborato-
   ries, Chemical analysis, Superfund.

 0078  User's Guide to Contract Laboratory Program
   Order Number PB90-186396CDH, price: PC A12/MF A02
   Environmental Protection  Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Emergency and  Remedial Response;  Dec 88
   Describes  an organic and inorganic  analytical program and
   outlines CLP protocols implemented  into CLP analysis con-
   tracts in 1987 (inorganic) and 1988 (organic). Contains criti-
   cal information for CLP samplers and user  groups of EPA
   and of the States.
   Specifications:  255p.
   Subject index keywords: Guides(lnstructions), Laboratories,
   Contract administration, Superfund program,  Contract Labo-
   ratory Program.

 0079  User's Guide to the Contract Laboratory Program
   Order Number PB91-214296CDH, price: PC A13/MF A02
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Emergency and Remedial Response; Dec 86
   The  document was  specifically prepared for the  guidance
   and direction of  program  clients. The organic and  inorganic
   analytical program descriptions  herein outline  the require-
   ments and analytical procedures of the new CLP protocols
   developed  from  technical caucus recommendations.  These
   protocols were implemented into CLP analysis contracts in
   1985. Other analytical programs,  procedures and documenta-
  tion described herein reflect the  status of the program as of
  July 1986.
  Specifications:  278p.
  Subject index keywords: Superfund, Waste management,
   Hazardous  materials,  Chemical  analysis, Office  of  Solid
  Waste and Emergency Response, Contract Laboratory Pro-
  gram.

0080  User's Guide to the  Contract Laboratory Program
  Order Number PB91-921278CDH, price: PC A04/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial  Response; Jan 91
  The report describes an organic and inorganic analytical pro-
  gram and outlines Contract Laboratory Program (CLP) proto-
  cols.  Contains critical .information for CLP samplers and user
  groups in EPA and the states.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum  deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
   and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
   paper copy or microfiche. 75p.
   Subject index keywords: Hazardous materials,  Laborato-
   ries, Superfund.


 ADMINISTRATIVE & MANAGEMENT:

 Docket & Program Management

 0081  Superfund Docket Operations Manual for
 •  Rulemaking Activities
   Order Number PB91-921349CDH, price: PC A04/MF A01
   Booz-Allen and Hamilton, Inc., Bethesda, MD.; Environmental
   Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of Emergency
   and Remedial Response; Jul 90
   The directive discusses the purpose of the SDIC Operations
   Manual  for Rulemaking Activities which is to serve  as a pro-
   cedural  guide for SDIC staff  when  a rulemaking  docket is
   prepared.  These procedures are evaluated  on  a regular
   basis, and are revised as needed to keep the SDIC oper-
   ationally efficient and responsive to its users.
   Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
   posit account required (minimum deposit $150 U.S., Canada,
   and Mexico;  all others $300).  Single  copies also available in
   paper copy or microfiche. Sponsored by Environmental Pro-
   tection Agency, Washington,  DC. Office of  Emergency and
   Remedial Response. 73p.
   Subject index keywords: Superfund, Waste  management,
   Hazardous materials,  Manuals, Office of Solid Waste and
   Emergency Response, Superfund Docket and Information
   Center.


ADMINISTRATIVE & MANAGEMENT:

Planning  &  Program Management

0082  Accelerated Response at NPL Sites Guidance
  (Superfund Management Review: Recommendation No.
  22)
  Order Number PB90-258302CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; 15 Dec 89
  The directive communicates Agency  guidance on accelerat-
  ing responses at National Priorities List (NPS) sites.
  Specifications:  19p.
  Subject  index keywords: Regulations, Superfund,  Prereme-
  dial action, Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response,
  National  Priorities List.

0083  Additional Guidance on 'Worst Sites' and 'NPL
  Caliber Sites' to Assist in SACM Implementation
  Order Number PB94-963206CDH, price: PC A02/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response; 26 Aug 93
  The document is intended to  assist  the Regions by giving
  clear guidance as to what constitutes NPL caliber sites and
  to assist in minimizing the  potential  for 'false positive' NPL
  packages. It  also sets forth the actions needed to support
  the  efforts to implement SACM and  encourage appropriate
  data gathering to support NPL listing and RI/FS decisions.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S.,  Canada,
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  and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. 6p.
  Subject index keywords: Superfund, Risk assessment, Re-
  medial action, Site surveys.

0084  Assessing Sites under SACM: Interim Guidance.
  Volume 1, Number 4, Deccember 1992
  Order Number PB93-963265CDH, price: PC A01/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response; Dec 92
  The purpose  of the Superfund Accelerated Cleanup  Model
  (SACM) is to make Superfund cleanups more timely and effi-
  cient. This will be accomplished through more focus on the
  front end of the process and better integration of all Super-
  fund program components. The bulletin discusses assessing
  sites under SACM.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
  and Mexico;  all others $400). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. 5p.
  Subject index keywords: Site surveys, Superfund, Remedial
  action,  Waste management, Cleanup operations, Superfund
  Accelerated Cleanup Model.

0085  Audit Management Process. Reference Guide
  Order Number PB94-963232CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Mar 94
  Federal law requires Executive and Federal Branch agencies
  to institute programs designed to respond to and follow-up
  on audits issued by the Agency's Office of Inspector General
  (OIG) and the General Accounting  Office (GAO), the two
  main bodies which audit EPA programs and activities. The
  audit management process is comprised of three main activi-
  ties; cooperating with auditors  to provide information,  re-
  sponding to the audits, and implementing audit recommenda-
  tions to correct deficiencies found during the investigation.
  The reference guide is designed to describe the audit man-
  agement process, relevant terms, roles and  responsibilities
  of participants, and helpful hints and tools for full compli-
  ance. General language is used to discuss the overall proc-
  ess within EPA,  but this  guide  is primarily geared toward
  Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response (OSWER)
  and Office of Emergency  and Remedial Response (OERR)
  managers and staff.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum  deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
  and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also  available in
  paper copy or microfiche. 36p.
  Subject index keywords: Superfund, Waste management,
  Auditing.
0086 Audits and the Superfund Program Manager
  Order Number PB90-272717CDH, price: PC A01/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Jan 90
  The fact sheet describes why audits of all  parties to Cooper-
  ative Agreements and Superfund State Contracts (SSCs) are
  good business practices and how audits help EPA protect
  the financial integrity of Superfund response agreements.
  Specifications: 4p.
  Subject index keyword:;: Project management, Auditing,
  Superfund, Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response,
  Waste management.

0087  Audits and the Superfund Program Manager
  Order Number PB92-963328CDH, price: PC A01/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Oct 91
  The report describes why audits of all parties to Cooperative
  Agreements and Superfund State  Contracts are  good  busi-
  ness practices, and how  audits help EPA protect the finan-
  cial integrity of Superfund response agreements.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
  and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. Supersedes PB90-272717. 2p.
  Subject index  keywords: Hazardous materials,  Pollution
  control, Project management, Auditing, Superfund.

0088  Community Relations: Use of Senior Environmental
  Employees in Superfund (Superfund Management
  Review: Recommendation 43.K.L)
  Order Number PB90-273749CDH, price: PC A02/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; 31 Aug 90
  The directive describes the use of Senior Environmental Em-
  ployees in the Superfund program and offers guidance on
  their future use.
  Specifications:  6p.
  Subject index keywords: Hazardous materials, Personnel,
  Elderly persons, Superfund, Community relations, Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response, Citizen participation,
  Waste management.

0089  Early Action and Long-Term Action under SACM:
  Interim Guidance, Volume 1, Number 2, December 1992
  Order Number PB93-963263CDH, price: PC A02/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response; Dec 92
  The purpose of the Superfund Accelerated Cleanup Model
  (SACM) is to make Superfund cleanups more timely and effi-
  cient. This will  be accomplished through more focus on the
  front end of the process and better integration of all Super-
  fund program  components. The  SACM  Bulletin discusses
  early and  long term actions that the Region should consider
  taking under SACM.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
  and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also  available  in
  paper copy or microfiche. 6p.
  Subject index keywords: Superfund, Waste management,
  Remedial  action,  Superfund Accelerated  Cleanup Model,
  Cleanup operations.
0090  Enforcement under SACM: Interim Guidance.
  Volume 1, Number 3, December 1992
  Order Number PB93-963264CDH, price: PC A02/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response; Dec 92
  The  purpose of the Superfund Accelerated Cleanup Model
  (SACM) is to make  Superfund cleanups more timely and effi-
  cient. This will be accomplished through  more focus on the
  front end  of the process and better integration of all Super-
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    fund program components. The bulletin discusses major en-
    forcement areas affected by SACM including: The timing and
    methodology of PRP searches; timing and content of negoti-
    ations with  PRPs; notice letters; consultations for early ac-
    tions;  state  involvement in enforcement; de minimis  settle-
    ments; the  availability and  adequacy  of  administrative
    records; and cost recovery and cost documentation.
    Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
    posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U S Canada
    and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
    paper copy or microfiche. 7p.
    Subject index  keywords:  Superfund,  Remedial  action
    Waste management,  Hazardous materials, Superfund Accel-
    erated Cleanup Model.

 0091  Exercising Flexibility through the Superfund
    Accelerated Cleanup Model  (SACM)
    Order Number PB93-963253CDH, price: PC A01/MF A01
    Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
    Emergency and Remedial Response; Oct 92
    The directive reaffirms the Office of Solid Waste and Emer-
    gency Response's commitment to supporting regional offices
    in soundly-based decision-making while implementing the Su-
   perfund Accelerated Cleanup Model.
   Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order de-
   posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S  Canada
   and Mexico;  all others $400).  Single copies also available in
   paper copy or microfiche. See  also PB93-963252. 3p.
   Subject index keywords: Superfund, Waste management
   Hazardous materials, Office of Solid Waste and Emergency
   Response, Superfund Accelerated Cleanup Model.
 0092  Expectations for Full Implementation of SACM
   Order Number PB94-963219CDH, price: PC A01/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Emergency and Remedial Response; 28 Jan 94
   Below are the expectations for implementation of the Super-
   fund  Accelerated Cleanup Model (SACM). They have been
   jointly developed by Headquarters and the Regions. There
   are a few key points to be emphasized: SACM is the usual
   way of doing business at Superfund sites; Regions should
   have an up-to-date site inventory and workplan; and Regions
   substantially reduce the Site  Inspection  Prioritization (SIP)
   backlog.                                            '
   Specifications: Paper  copy available on Standing Order  de-
   posit account required  (minimum deposit $200 U.S. Canada
   and Mexico; all others  $400). Single copies also available in
   paper copy or microfiche. 5p.

  !A!%^ 'ndex keywords: Superfund,  Site characterization,
  SACM(Superfund Accelerated Cleanup Model).

0093  Further Direction on Implementing the Superfund
  Accelerated Cleanup Model (SACM)
  Order Number PB93-963291CDH, price: PC  A02/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  bolid Waste and Emergency Response; 27 Apr 93
  The memorandum provides a summary of progress to date in
  implementing SACM and refines goals and strategies in tran-
  sitionmg to full implementation in FY 1994.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S. Canada
 and  Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
 paper copy or microfiche. 6p.
                                                                  ADMINISTRATIVE & MANAGEMENT: Planning &
                                                                                            Program Management
    Subject index keywords: Superfund, Hazardous materials,
    Waste  disposal,  SACM(Superfund  Accelerated  Cleanup
    Model).

 0094  Guidance on Implementation of the Superfund
    Accelerated Cleanup Model (SACM) under CERCLA and
    the NCP
    Order Number PB93-963252CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
    Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
    Emergency and Remedial Response; 7 Jul 92
   The directive provides a more precise description of the Su-
   perfund Accelerated Cleanup  Model (SACM)  in  order  to
   ensure its consistent application with CERCLA and the NCP.
   Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
   posit account  required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
   and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
   paper copy or microfiche. 12p.
   Subject index keywords: Superfund, Waste management,
   Hazardous materials, Office of  Solid Waste and Emergency
   Response, Superfund Accelerated Cleanup Model.

 0095  Highlights: Superfund Program Management. Fiscal
   Year 1993
   Order Number PB93-963261CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Emergency and Remedial Response; Oct 92
   The manual is targeted to EPA Superfund Division Directors.
   It is intended to provide an  overview of Fiscal Year 1993 Su-
   perfund program goals and management initiatives. Specifi-
   cally the document contains information on strategic planning
   goals and themes, program planning and budgeting, and
   manager's schedule of significant events.
   Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
   posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
   and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
   paper copy or microfiche.  37p.
  Subject index keywords:  Hazardous  materials,  Project
  management, Superfund.

0096  HSIED SACM Report. Volume 1, Number 1, January
  1993
  Order Number PB93-963289CDH, price: PC A01/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response; Jan 93
  The bulletin is issued by the Hazardous Site  Evaluation Divi-
  sion to keep regional staff up-to-date on program and proce-
  dural changes  resulting  from the  Superfund Accelerated
  Cleanup  Model.
 Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
 posit account required (minimum  deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
 and  Mexico; all  others $400). Single copies also available in
 paper copy or microfiche. 2p.
 Subject Index keywords: Hazardous materials, Waste man-
 agement, Remedial action, Superfund Accelerated Cleanup
 Model(SACM), Waste removal.
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0097  Innovative Methods to Increase Public Involvement
  in Superfund Community Relations (Superfund
  Management Review Recommendation No. 43.A)
  Order Number PB91-921344CDH, price: PC A02/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; 30 Nov 90
  The directive lists six (6) techniques proven effective in in-
  creasing public involvement in the Superfund process. While
  some are recent innovations, others were developed many
  years ago, but new and better ways of using them have bol-
  stered their effectiveness. These techniques are citizen work
  groups, citizen  superfund workshops, bilingual communica-
  tion, citizen awards for participation, increased  interviews,
  and open nous availability sessions. The list does not pre-
  tend to be exhaustive. Instead, it shows some of the out-
  reach vehicles Regions  have found to  be particularly effec-
  tive in encouraging  citizen   participation.  Regions should
  make every effort to integrate as many as possible of these
  activities into the cleanup process.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit  account required (minimum deposit $150 U.S., Canada,
  and Mexico; all others $300). Single copies also available  in
  paper copy or microfiche. 6p.
  Subject index keywords: Superfund,  Waste  management,
  Hazardous materials, Office  of Solid Waste and  Emergency
  Response.
 0098 Integrated Timeline for Superfund Site Management
   (SMR 5,15)
   Order Number PB91-139717CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Emergency and Remedial Response; 11 Jun 90
   The directive displays the key steps and optimum duration of
   phases in moving sites from  identification to remediation. It is
   the authors intention that the duration of key  phases  be
   viewed as goals toward which will jointly work to move the
   program.
   Specifications: 15p.
   Subject index keywords: Superfund, Waste management,
   Hazardous materials, Office of Solid Waste and Emergency
   Response.
  0099  Involvement of Superfund Program Managers in
   Superfund Response Agreement Audits
   Order Number PB90-249731CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
    Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office  of
    Emergency and Remedial Response; 12 Feb 90
   The directive provides  general reference information  to Su-
    perfund program managers  about the  audit process. The in-
    formation in the  Directive pertains primarily to audits  of Co-
    operative Agreements,  but  may be applied to audits  of Su-
    perfund State Contracts (SSCs).
    Specifications:  20p.
    Subject index keywords: Regulations, State  government,
    Auditing, Superfund,  Remedial action, Office of  Solid Waste
    and Emergency Response, Cooperative agreements.
0100  Making Superfund Documents Available to the
  Public throughout the Cleanup Process, and Discussing
  Site Findings and Decisions as They are Developed
  (Superfund Management Review: No. 43 G, H, Q, R, T)
  Order Number PB91-921322CDH, price: PC A02/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington,  DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; 5 Nov 90
  The directive  summarizes five recommendations for improv-
  ing Superfund efforts towards timely release of information to
  the public during site cleanup activities. It provides guidance
  for the Regions to  make documents available to the public
  throughout the cleanup process and to discuss site findings
  and decisions as they are  developed for the  sake of more
  fully involving citizens  in the cleanup process and ensuring
  two way communication between Superfund staff and  local
  communities.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on  Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit  $150 U.S., Canada,
  and Mexico; all  others $300). Single copies  also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. 8p.
  Subject index  keywords:  Superfund, Waste management,
  Hazardous materials, Remedial  action, Office of Solid Waste
  and Emergency Response.
 0101  Management  Review of the Superfund  Program
  Order Number PB90-153875CDH, price: PC A09/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC; 1989
  Contents: A  clear strategy for Superfund; Strengthening en-
  forcement and  maximizing responsible party work at Super-
   fund sites; Accelerating and improving remedial action; Bring-
   ing innovative technologies to bear on pollution at superfund
   sites to strengthen remedy selection; An aggressive program
   of community involvement;  Management and administration:
   Freeing up the skills and tools  to do the job;  Accounting for
   achievement: Communicating progress to the public.
   Specifications: Also available from Supt. of Docs. See also
   PB90-153883. 186p.
   Subject index keywords:  Management, Hazardous materi-
   als, Pollution control, Superfund program.
 0102 Management Review of the Superfund Program:
   Implementation Plan
 • Order Number  PB90-153883CDH, price:  PC A08/MF A01
   Environmental  Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Emergency and Remedial Response; 21  Sep 89
   The Superfund 90-Day Study set  forth a  comprehensive
   long-term strategy for the Superfund Program. The basic ele-
   ments of the strategy are  to: Control acute threats immedi-
   ately;  Deal  with the worst sites and worst problems first;
   Carefully monitor and maintain sites over the long term; Em-
   phasize  enforcement to induce private-party  cleanup;  Seek
   new technologies  for more effective cleanup; Improve the ef-
   ficiency of program operations; and Encourage full participa-
   tion by communities.
   Specifications: Also available from Supt. of Docs. See also
    PB90-153875. 173p.
   Subject index keywords: Management, Hazardous materi-
    als, Pollution control, Superfund Program, 90  day study.
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                                                                                           Program Management
  0103  Mandatory Community Relations Training
    Superfund Management Review Implementation Product
    (Recommendation: No. 43.P(i))
    Order Number PB90-272592CDH, price: PC A01/MF A01
    Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
    hmergency and Remedial Response; 1 Dec 89
    The directive formally announces mandatory community rela-
    tions training for Remedial  Project Managers, On-Scene Co-
    ordinators  and  other  Regional  staff and  managers  who
    attend public meetings or deal with the public. The directive
    explains what the requirements are, and why the training is
    necessary.                                        a
    Specifications: 5p.

    Subject index keywords:  Personnel  development, Project
    J?TJ*8fITient' Community  relations,  Superfund,  Office of
    Solid Waste and Emergency Response.

 °1«i..Mandatory Trainin9 Requirements for OCSs and
    RPMs
    Order Number PB90-272584CDH, price: PC A02/MF A01
    Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC Office of
    Emergency and Remedial Response; 29 Sep 89
   The directive  formally announces the mandatory training re-
   Pr^rt8MS f°r °nfoore Coord™«>™ (OSCs) and Remedial
   Project Managers (RPMs) at all levels. Addresses Congres-
   8!?V«r    management,  and employee concerns raised
   about the  preparation of OSCs and RPMs to perform their
   JODS.
   Specifications: 6p.

   ^enlinde,Xo^r)rds:  Personnel development, Super-
   fund, Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response.

 0105  Minimizing Problems Caused by Staff Turnover
   
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  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
  and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. 2p.
  Subject index keywords: Superfund, Waste management,
  Hazardous materials, Office of Solid Waste and Emergency
  Response, Superfund Accelerated Cleanup Model, Pilot pro-
  grams.
0111   SACM Regional Decision Teams: Interim Guidance.
  Volume 1, Number 5, December 1992
  Order Number PB93-963266CDH, price: PC A02/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response; Dec 92
  The purpose of the Superfund Accelerated  Cleanup  Model
  (SACM) is to make Superfund cleanups more timely and effi-
  cient. This will be accomplished through more focus on the
  front end of the process and better integration of all Super-
  fund program components. The bulletin discusses the Re-
  gional Decision Team under SACM. The Regional  Decision
  Team provides for broad participation across all program ele-
  ments while placing emphasis on teamwork and  Regional
  and staff empowerment.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
  and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. 6p.
  Subject Index keywords: Superfund, Waste  management,
   Remedial  action, Regional  Decision Team, Cleanup oper-
   ations, Superfund Accelerated Cleanup Model.
 0112  SRIS System Overview and User's Guide
   Order Number PB94-963233CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Emergency and Remedial Response; Mar 94
   Federal law requires Executive and Federal Branch agencies
   to institute programs designed to respond to  and  follow  up
   on audits issued by the Agency's Office of Inspector General
   (OIG) and the General  Accounting Office  (GAO), the two
   main bodies which audit EPA programs and  activities. The
   audit management process is comprised of three main activi-
   ties; cooperating with auditors to  provide information,  re-
   sponding to audits, and implementing audit recommendations
   to correct deficiencies found  during the investigation. The
   reference guide is  designed to introduce  the audit manage-
   ment process tool  available to the Office of Emergency and
   Remedial Response (OERR) managers and staff, Superfund
   Report Information System (SRIS): a description of SRIS and
   its operation is provided.
   Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order,  de-
   posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
   and Mexico; all others $400).  Single copies also available in
   paper copy or microfiche. 20p.
   Subject index  keywords:  Superfund, Pollution control,  Au-
   diting.
  0113  Status of Key SACM Program Management Issues:
    Interim Guidance, Volume 1, Number 1, December 1992
    Order Number PB93-963262CDH, price: PC A02/MF A01
    Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
    Solid Waste and Emergency Response; Dec 92
    The purpose of the Superfund Accelerated Cleanup Model
    (SACM) is to make Superfund cleanups more timely and  effi-
    cient. This will  be accomplished through more focus on the
 fron end of the process and better integration  of all Super-
 fund  program components. The  SACM  Program Manage-
 ment Update describes activities underway, planned, and re-
 cently completed to refocus Superfund's program manage-
 ment systems to support SACM implementation.
 Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
 posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
 and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
 paper copy or microfiche. 6p.
 Subject index  keywords: Superfund, Remedial  action,
 Waste management, Management  planning, Superfund Ac-
 celerated Cleanup Model, Cleanup operations.
0114  status of State Involvement in the Superfund
  Program, FY 80 to FY 89
  Order Number PB90-272725CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Apr 90
  The report summarizes state involvement throughout the Su-
  perfund process since the passage of the  Comprehensive
  Environmental  Response,   Compensation, and Liability Act
  (CERCLA). The report includes the roles and responsibilities
  of States; an overview of the Superfund process and phases
  of response; an historical  perspective  on State involvement
  in each phase of response at Superfund Sites; and a sum-
  mary of State involvement in non-site specific activities.
  Specifications: 37p.
  Subject index  keywords: Project planning,  State govern-
  ment, Superfund.
 0115  Superfund Accelerated Cleanup Bulletin:
  Presumptive Remedies for Municipal Landfill Sites.
  Volume 2, Number 1, February  1993
  Order Number PB93-963269CDH, price: PC A01/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response; Feb 93
  Since Superfund's inception in 1980, the removal and reme-
  dial programs have  found that  certain categories of sites
  have similar characteristics, such  as  the types of  contami-
   nants present,  past  industrial  use,  or the  environmental
   media that  are affected.  Based on a wealth of  information
   acquired from evaluating and cleaning up these sites, Super-
   fund is undertaking an initiative to develop presumptive rem-
   edies that are appropriate for specific  types  of sites, contami-
   nants,  or both. The  initiative is part of a larger  program
   known as  the  Superfund  Accelerated  Cleanup  Model
   (SACM), which is designed to speed  all aspects of the Su-
   perfund clean-up process. The objective of the presumptive
   remedies initiative is to use clean-up techniques shown to be
   effective in the past at similiarsite in  the future. The  use of
   presumptive remedies will streamline removal  actions, site
   studies, and clean-up actions, thereby improving consistency,
   reducing costs, and  increasing the speed with which hazard-
   ous waste sites are remediated.
   Specifications: Paper copy available  on Standing Order, de-
   posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
   and Mexico; all others $400). Single  copies also available in
   paper copy or microfiche.  2p.
   Subject index keywords: Superfund, Waste management,
    Hazardous materials,  Remedial action, Superfund Acceler-
    ated Cleanup Model.
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 0116  Superfund Accelerated Cleanup Bulletin:
   Presumptive Remedies for Wood Treatment Facilities
   Volume 1, Number 2, May 1992
   Order Number PB92-963361CDH, price: PC A01/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Emergency and Remedial Response; May 92
   Superfund is undertaking an initiative to develop presumptive
   remedies that are appropriate for specific types of sites, con-
   taminants, or both. The initiative is part of a larger program,
   known as   the  Superfund  Accelerated  Cleanup  Model
   (SACM), which is designed to speed all aspects of the Su-
   perfund clean-up process. The issue of the Superfund Accel-
   erated Cleanup Bulletin describes  presumptive remedies for
   wood treatment facilities.
   Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
   posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada
   and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
   paper copy or microfiche. 2p.
   Subject   index  keywords:  Superfund,  Remedial  action
   Waste management, Wood preservatives, Hazardous materi-
   als, Cleanup operations, Wood treatment facilities.

 0117  Superfund Accelerated Cleanup Bulletin. Volume 1,
   Number 1. Presumptive Remedies for Municipal Landfill
   Sites
   Order Number PB92-963367CDH, price: PC A01/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Emergency and Remedial Response; Apr 92
   The bulletin provides an overview of the presumptive  reme-
   dies initiative. The objective of the presumptive remedies ini-
   tiative is to use clean-up technologies shown to be effective
   in the past at similar sites in the future. The use of presump-
   tive remedies will streamline removal actions, site studies,
   and clean-up  actions, thereby improving consistency, reduc-
   ing  costs,  and increasing  the speed with which  hazardous
  waste sites are remediated.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $200  U.S., Canada
  and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. See also PB92-963371. 1p.
  Subject index keywords: Municipalities, Hazardous materi-
  als, Pollution control, Superfund.

0118  Superfund Accelerated Cleanup Bulletin. Volume 1,
  Number 3. Presumptive Remedies
  Order Number PB92-963371CDH, price: PC A01/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Aug 92
  The bulletin outlines the Superfund  efforts underway for de-
  veloping presumptive remedies for various types of sites. The
  objective of the presumptive remedies initiative  is to use
  clean-up techniques  shown to be  effective  in the  past at
  similar sites in the future. The use of presumptive remedies
  will streamline removal actions, site studies, and clean-up ac-
  tions, thereby improving consistency, reducing costs, and in-
  creasing the speed with which hazardous waste sites are re-
  mediated.
 Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
 posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
 and  Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
 paper copy or microfiche. See also PB92-963367. 2p.
    Subject  index  keywords: Superfund,  Waste management,
    Hazardous materials, Remedial action, Technology assess-
    ment, Cleanup operations.

 0119  Superfund Accelerated Cleanup Model (SACM)
    Order Number PB92-963263CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
    Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
    Emergency and  Remedial Response; Mar 92
    The  document details the Superfund Accelerated  Cleanup
    Model  (SACM),  the Office of Emergency and  Remedial Re-
    sponse's new model for streamlining and accelerating the
    Superfund  program. The concept has been  designed  to
    make Superfund work better and deliver results  the public
   will value: (1) quick reduction of acute risks at all  Superfund
   sites (removal and remedial) and (2) restoration of the  envi-
   ronment over the long term.
   Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing  Order, de-
   posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
   and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
   paper copy or microfiche. 30p.
   Subject index keywords:  Sites, Hazardous  materials, Su-
   perfund, Cleanup.

 0120  Superfund Accelerated Cleanup Model (SACM)
   Coordination Strategy
   Order Number PB94-963201CDH, price: PC A01/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Solid Waste and  Emergency Response; 14 Sep 93
   The memorandum introduces a coordination strategy that  is
   designed  to  promote the implementation of the Superfund
   Accelerated Cleanup Model (SACM).
   Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
   posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
   and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
   paper copy or microfiche. 4p.
   Subject index keywords: Superfund, Hazardous  materials,
   Waste management, Directives, Cleanup.

0121  Superfund Accelerated Cleanup Model (SACM):
   Questions and Answers
   Order Number PB93-963286CDH, price: PC A01/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC.  Office of
   Solid Waste and Emergency Response; Jul 93
   The bulletin provides answers to issues the Regions have
   raised   on  the  Superfund  Accelerated  Cleanup  Model
   (SACM).
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order,  de-
   posit account required (minimum deposit $225 U.S., Canada,
  and Mexico; all others $450). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. 5p.
  Subject index keywords: Hazardous  materials, Waste dis-
  posal, Remedial action, SACM(Superfund Accelerated  Clean-
  up Model).

0122  Superfund Accelerated Cleanup  Model (SACM).
  Volume  1, Number 4, November 1992
  Order Number PB92-963287CDH, price: PC A01/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Nov 92
  The U.S. EPA currently is developing  and implementing a
  streamlined way to clean up hazardous waste sites known as
  the  Superfund Accelerated Cleanup  Model,  or  SACM. It is
  designed to make the Superfund Program more efficient by
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  cutting years off of cleanups and quickly reducing risks to
  people and the environment. This bulletin issue provides an
  overview of the Superfund Accelerated Cleanup Model.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $200, U.S., Canada,
  and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. 1 p.
  Subject  index  keywords:  Superfund,  Remedial  action,
  Mathematical models, Waste management, Superfund Accel-
  erated Cleanup Model, Cleanup operations.
0123 Superfund Program and Information Management
  Update. Volume 1, Number 1, November 1993
  Order Number PB94-963208CDH, price: PC A02/MF A01
  Environmental  Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response; Nov 93
  This is the first edition of a new technical bulletin combining
  the information previously found in the SCAP Bulletin, CER-
  CLIS  Connection, SMARTech Signal, and RP2M Reflection.
  Merging  these  publications  into   an all-inclusive  bulletin
  serves  two purposes:  (1)  it conforms  to  recent internal
  Agency direction to ensure that all 'bulletins' be technical in
  nature; and (2) it uses  contractor and EPA funds more effi-
  ciently.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
  and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. 8p.
  Subject index keywords: Superfund, Information manage-
  ment, Program management.
 0124  Superfund Program Implementation Manual, Fiscal
  Year 1994. Volume 1. Program Goals and Planning
   Requirements. Volume 2. Program Implementation
   Procedures
   Order Number PB94-963220CDH, price: PC A24/MF A04
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Emergency and Remedial Response; Oct 93
   The  Information  in the manual is  targeted to  Information
   Management Coordinators, Remedial Project Managers, and
   On-Scene Coordinators.  Its primary purpose is to provide
   guidance to this audience on management of Superfund pro-
   gram. The FY 94 Superfund Program Implementation Manual
   consists of two volumes. Volume  1 contains information on
   program goals and priorities, program planning and reporting,
   and budget and workload models. Volume 2 includes appen-
   dices providing information  on  specific programs and acts
   and their applicability to Superfund Comprehensive Accom-
   plishments Program (SCAP).
   Specifications: Paper  copy available on Standing Order, de-
   posit account required  (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
   and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies  also available in
   paper copy or microfiche. 565p.
   Subject Index keywords: Superfund, Hazardous materials,
   Waste management.
  0125  Superfund Responsiveness Summaries (Superfund
   Management Review: Recommendation Number 43E)
   Order Number PB90-273731CDH,  price: PC A02/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Emergency and Remedial Response; 4 Jun 90
   The directive describes the  background of responsiveness
   summaries and  outlines a new format intended to provide
   summaries that can deal thoroughly with complicated legal
  and technical  issues while maintaining true responsiveness
  to local communities.
  Specifications:  6p.
  Subject index keywords: Hazardous materials,  Superfund,
  Management review, Office of Solid Waste and  Emergency
  Response, Waste management, Community relations.

0126  Superfund Strategic Plan and Implementation
  Strategy Fiscal Year 1994
  Order Number PB94-963245CDH, price: PC A04/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and  Remedial Response; Jan 94
  This Plan presents the Superfund Program's strategic direc-
  tion for Fiscal  Year 1994. The Vision for the program is:: Build
  public confidence in the Superfund and  Oil  Pollution Re-
  sponse  Programs; The  Mission for the program is: Super-
  fund- dedicated  to reducing risks to people and the environ-
  ment by cleaning up the Nation's hazardous waste problems
  and making polluters pay.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $200  U.S., Canada,
  and Mexico; all  others $400). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. See also PB94-963246. 73p.
  Subject  index keywords:  Hazardous materials, Program
  management, Cleanup,  Pollution control,  Superfund, Strate-
  gic planning.
 0127  Superfund Strategic Plan and Implementation
  Strategy Fiscal Year 1994: Office and  Division Plans
  Order Number PB94-963246CDH, price: PC A06/MF A02
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Jan 94
  The Plan  presents the  Superfund Program's strategic direc-
  tion for Fiscal Year 1994. The Vision for the program is: Build
  public confidence  in the Superfund and Oil  Pollution  Re-
  sponse Programs;  The Mission for the program is:  Super-
  fund: dedicated to  reducing  risks to people and  the environ-
  ment by cleaning up the Nation's hazardous waste problems
  and making polluters pay. Oil Pollution: dedicated to ensuring
  the protection of human health and the environment from oil
  pollution.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
  and Mexico; all others  $400). Single copies also available in
   paper copy or microfiche. See also PB94-963245. 122p.
  Subject index keywords:  Hazardous  materials, Program
   management, Cleanup, Pollution control,  Superfund, Strate-
   gic planning.
 0128  Using State and Local Officials to Assist in
   Community Relations (Superfund Management Review:
   Recommendation No. 43.K,L)
   Order Number  PB91-921320CDH, price: PC A02/MF A01
   Environmental  Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Emergency and Remedial Response; 28 Sep 90
   The  report outlines the suggestion and discusses  specific
   methods for using  State and local officials to increase Super-
   fund's  communication  with the public. The study discusses
   recommendations  that describe  the use  of State and  local
   officials to serve as liaisons, to provide and maintain informa-
   tion, and to assist in public meetings.
   Specifications: Paper  copy available on  Standing Order, de-
   posit account required  (minimum deposit  $150 U.S., Canada,
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    and Mexico; all others $300). Single copies also available in
    paper copy or microfiche. 6p.
    Subject index  keywords: Community relations, Hazardous
    materials, Superfund, US EPA.


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 0129   Assurance of Hazardous Waste Capacity, Guidance
   to State Officials. Assistance in Fulfilling the
   Requirements of CERCLA 104(c)(9)
   Order Number PB91-214171CDH, price: PG A05/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Emergency and Remedial Response; Dec 88
   The document supplies guidance to state officials on provid-
   ing assurances required by Section 104(c)(9) of the Compre-
   hensive Environmental  Response, Compensation, and Liabil-
   ity Act, as amended ('CERCLA' or 'Superfund'). This section
   of CERCLA requires states in which remedial actions  may be
   taken to provide assurances, prior to EPA taking or  funding
   such actions, of the availability of hazardous waste treatment
   or disposal  facilities  which  have adequate  capacity  to
   manage  the hazardous wastes  expected within  the state
   over twenty years. The  Guidance Document reflects EPA's
   current understanding of the statutory requirements and de-
   scribes  how  EPA currently  suggests that states implement
   these requirements. The guidance provides substantial infor-
   mation to states, including  suggested language for the con-
   tracts and cooperative agreements to be signed, instructions
   on the preparation of state Capacity Assurance Plans  (CAPs)
   that  can  form a  basis for the  assurances, and a model for
   the interstate agreements or regional agreement or authority
   required when addressing access to capacity in other states.
   Specifications: 81 p.
   Subject index keywords:  Superfund, Waste management
   Hazardous materials, Office of Solid Waste and  Emergency
   Response.

0130  CERCLA/Superfund Orientation Manual
   Order Number PB93-193852CDH, price: PC A09/MF A02
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Solid Waste and Emergency Response; Oct 92
   The manual serves as a program orientation guide and refer-
   ence document, and it is designed to assist EPA and State
   personnel involved with hazardous waste remediation, emer-
   gency response, and chemical  and emergency prepared-
   ness. The Manual  describes the organizational  and oper-
  ational components of the Superfund Program.
  Specifications:  179p.
  Subject  index keywords: Superfund, Hazardous materials,
  Waste disposal, CERCLA.

0131  CERCLA Waste Capacity Assurance
  Order Number PB90-274507CDH, price: PC A01/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Aug 90
 The fact sheet discusses waste capacity assurance, which is
 one of the five assurances required of  a State by CERCLA
 before the hazardous waste Trust Fund (Superfund) can be
 used for a remedial action. The  sheet describes the statutory
 goals associated with the waste capacity assurance, the Ca-
   pacity Assurance Plan (CAP), and additional sources of infor-
   mation.
   Specifications:  5p.
   Subject index  keywords: Hazardous  materials, Capacity,
   Superfund, Waste management, Office  of Solid Waste and
   Emergency Response, Remedial action.

 0132  Cleaning Up the Nation's Waste Sites: Markets and
   Technology Trends
   Order Number PB93-140762CDH, price: PC$17.50
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC.
   Technology Innovation Office.; Department of Defense,
   Washington, DC.**Department of Energy, Washington,  DC-
   Apr 93
   Over the next 20 to 30 years, federal, state, and local gov-
   ernments and private industry will commit billions of dollars
   annually to clean up sites  contaminated  with  hazardous
   waste and  petroleum products. The report captures  informa-
   tion on the future demand for remediation services for all
   major cleanup programs in the U.S., including Superfund, Re-
   source Conservation and Recovery Act  (RCRA) corrective
   action, underground storage tanks, state programs, and fed-
   eral agencies such as the Departments of Defense and
   Energy. The market information should help innovative tech-
   nology vendors,  developers,  and investors direct their re-
   search, development, and commercialization efforts  towards
   pertinent waste programs and problems. The report makes
   this  market information  available  in  one  document.  The
   report provides a compilation of market data that are  current-
   ly  available and  descriptions of national cleanup  programs.
   Improved access to data on domestic markets will help direct
   the development of new technology and strengthen U.S. ca-
   pabilities in environmental  cleanup.  As  companies  acquire
   field experience in this country, they will  be  better equipped
   to  compete  internationally.
   Specifications:  Prepared in cooperation  with Department of
   Defense,  Washington, DC.,  and Department of  Energy,
  Washington, DC. 173p.
  Subject    index   keywords:    Hazardous    materials,
  Wastes(lndustrial),  Sites,  Cleanup  time,   States(United
  States).

0133  Compendium of Good Ideas: Models of Success and
  Lessons Learned. Volume  1. Highlights
  Order Number PB93-963271CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response; Mar 93
  The entries  in Volume 1  illustrate measures  undertaken in
  each Regional office to improve implementation of the Su-
  perfund Program.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing  Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
  and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. See also Volume 2, PB93-963272
  34p.
  Subject index keywords: Superfund, Program management,
  Improvement.
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0134  Compendium of Good Ideas: Models of Success and
  Lessons Learned. Volume 2. Source Book
  Order Number PB93-963272CDH, price: PC A05/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response; Mar 93
  The report Volume 2 of the Compendium of Good Ideas is
  designed to be a reference document for all personnel in-
  volved in the implementation of Superfund.  It contains nu-
  merous entries that provide the user with some information
  about specific initiatives or activities undertaken in various
  EPA Regional offices.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
  and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. See also Volume 1, PB93-963271.
  77p.
  Subject Index keywords: Superfund, Program management,
  Government employees, Improvement.
 0135  Ecosystem Effects of Superfund. National Priority
  List Sites In Industrial Landscapes: A Framework for
  Policy Decisions
  Order Number PB90-256728CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
  Georgia Univ., Athens. Inst. of Ecology.; Environmental
  Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of Cooperative
  Environmental Management; 1 Dec 89
  The report is part of the National Network for Environmental
  Management Studies under the auspices of the Office of Co-
  operative Environmental Management of the  U.S. Environ-
   mental Protection Agency. In order to comply with Superfund
   legislation for National  Priority List Sites having ecosystem
   effects that are located in industrial settings the study recom-
   mends different perspectives. A review of pertinent literature
   was conducted in order to develop a framework for EPA per-
   sonnel who are developing policy decisions in this  area. It is
   recommended  that a landscape perspective  be taken  in
   order to account for the cumulative, long term effects of the
   industrial setting. Such effects may be much more significant
   than the toxic waste site itself, and thus options such as cre-
   ation  or purchase  of additional  natural acreage elsewhere
   may make more ecological sense. The placing of the Super-
   fund effort in a landscape perspective requires a national,
   multiagency and interdisciplinary  landscape  management
   plan in order to be feasible. Regardless of the decision made
   in dealing with  these types of  NPL sites, a broadened ap-
   proach must be taken that considers long term economic  ef-
   fects, and the overall goal of society. Types of questions that
   need to be considered, as well as possible  approaches that
   can be used to  achieve these ends are given.
   Specifications:   Sponsored  by Environmental  Protection
   Agency, Washington, DC. Office of Cooperative Environmen-
   tal Management. 42p.
   Subject index  keywords: Hazardous materials, Site sur-
   veys, Industrial wastes, Superfund, Ecosystems, Toxic sub-
   stances.
  0136  Forum Focus, August 1993
   Order Number PB93-232684CDH, price: PC  A02/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington,  DC.
   Technology Innovation Office; Aug 93
   Contents: Workgroup Updates; Sampling Workshop; Techni-
    cal Support News; New Technical Forum;  OWPE Risk  As-
    sessment Policy; RD/RA Guidance Development; and Issue
    Paper Update.
  Specifications:  6p.
  Subject index keywords: Superfund,  Hazardous materials,
  Waste disposal, Newsletters.
0137  Guidance for Capacity Assurance Planning.
  Capacity Planning Pursuant to CERCLA Section 104(c)(9)
  Order Number PB93-209898CDH, price: PC A09/MF A02
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response; May 93
  The Guidance document advises states on how to assure
  adequate hazardous waste treatment and disposal capacity
  for  meeting  the  requirements of Section 104(c)(9) of  the
  Comprehensive   Environmental  Response,  Compensation,
  and Liability  Act  (CERCLA  or 'Superfund'), as amended, by
  preparing 1993 Hazardous Waste Capacity Assurance  Plans
  (CAPs)  It supersedes similar guidance documents issued in
  December 1988 and April  1991, and should  be used by
  states  for the 1993 Capacity  Assurance  Planning Process.
  The document includes an overview of the  Capacity Assur-
  ance Planning Process, baseyear data, projections,  and ad-
  dressing shortfalls.
  Specifications:  188p.
  Subject index  keywords: Superfund, Waste management,
  Hazardous materials, Capacity assurance plans.

 0138  Hazardous Waste Superfund Collection: Database
  Thesaurus
  Order Number PB91-131326CDH, price: PC A04/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Information Resources Management; Sep 90
  The Hazardous Waste  Superfund Collection Database The-
  saurus provides an index to terminology related to hazardous
  waste and facilitates the use of the  Hazardous Waste Super-
  fund Collection Database. The second edition of the Thesau-
   rus includes several new features. New keywords have been
   added  to ensure that  the  Thesaurus reflects current con-
   cerns  in the field of hazardous waste. The Thesaurus is di-
   vided  into two  parts: the Alphabetical List of Keywords and
   the List of Corporate Sources. The first part lists the Data-
   base  indexing  terms  alphabetically with an  accompanying
   definition. Beneath each term are found other terms that
   have been  classified as  'broader'  (BT),  'narrower' (NT),  or
   'related' (RT) to the listed keyword.  The List of Corporate
   Sources contains a complete list of names and acronyms for
   organizational sources currently indexed within the collection.
   The list will aid users in their search for documents prepared
   by EPA (Environmental Protection  Agency), offices or other
   government agencies. Also included in the edition is a 'Guide
   to the Major Subject Headings' which consists of nine major
   subject areas and their respective second tier terms.
   Specifications: 61 p.
   Subject index keywords: Thesauri, Hazardous materials,
   Terminology, Subject index terms, Superfund data base.

  0139  Index to the Monthly Hotline Report Questions
   (June 1982 to December 1991)
   Order Number PB92-131374CDH, price: PC A07/MF A02
   Booz-Allen and Hamilton, Inc., Bethesda, MD.; Environmental
   Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of Solid Waste
   and Emergency Response; Dec 92
   The document provides  four indices to the question  and
   answer sections of the RCRA/Superfund/Oust Monthly Hot-
   line Reports from  June 1982 through December 1991. The
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  first index is an alphabetical listing of question titles by year
  and month.  The second index organizes  the questions by
  regulatory citation, beginning with 40  CFR  257.  The third
  index  organizes the questions by statuatory citation. Finally,
  the fourth index references the questions by key word or
  subject heading.
  Specifications:  See also  PB92-131242 and PB92-131390.
  Sponsored by Environmental Protection Agency, Washington,
  DC. Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response. 130p.
  Subject index keywords:  Information  management, Waste
  management, Regulations,  Indexes(Documentation),  Hotline
  Reports.

0140  Inside the Hotline: A Compilation of 1991  Monthly
  Hotline Reports
  Order Number PB92-131390CDH, price: PC A04/MF A01
  Booz-Allen and Hamilton, Inc., Bethesda, MD.; Environmental
  Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office  of Solid Waste
  and Emergency Response; Mar 92
  The Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA)/Su-
  perfund (SF)/Office  of Underground Storage Tanks (OUST)
  and  Emergency  Planning  and  Community  Right-to-Know
  (EPCRA)  Hotlines were established to respond  to inquiries
  from the  regulated  community and  the  public  concerning
  waste management and disposal  regulations. The  Hotline
  also serves as a referral point on the availability and distribu-
  tion of program related documents and published  materials.
  The document is  a compilation  of questions and answers,
  Federal Register summaries from individual Monthly Hotline
  Reports for the period of January to December 1991. It also
  contains user-friendly indices which are arranged  according
  to subject matter,  regulatory and statory citations. The docu-
  ment can be used by its reader to explore  the application of
  the regulations in different scenarios or to shed light on com-
  plex issues. Neither the questions nor the FR summaries are
  intended to fully represent or be used in place of the regula-
  tions.  For  an understanding of the actual regulatory require-
  ments in any given situation, the reader must consult the ap-
  propriate sections of Title 40 of the Code of Federal Regula-
  tions, pertinent FR and EPA guidance documents, as well as
  relevant State regulations.
  Specifications:   Sponsored by Environmental  Protection
  Agency, Washington, DC. Office of Solid Waste and  Emer-
  gency Response. 72p.
  Subject index keywords:  Information  management, Waste
  management, Regulations.

0141  Inside the Hotline: A Compilation of  1992 Monthly
  Hotline Reports
  Order Number PB93-159572CDH, price: PC A05/MF A01
  Booz-Allen and Hamilton, Inc., Bethesda, MD.; Environmental
  Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of  Solid Waste
  and Emergency Response; Mar 93
  The document is  a  compilation  of questions and answers,
  Federal Register summaries from individual monthly Hotline
  reports for the period of January to  December  1992. It in-
  cludes indices arranged by subject, regulatory citation,  and
  statutory citation. The reader can use the  document to ex-
  plore the application of the  regulations to different  scenarios
  or to shed light on complex issues. Neither the  answers to
  questions nor the  Federal Register summaries are intended
  to fully represent or to be used in place of the  regulations.
  Specifications: See also PB92-131390. Sponsored by Envi-
  ronmental Protection  Agency,  Washington, DC.  Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response. 90p.
  Subject! index keywords: Hazardous materials, Waste man-
  agement, Regulations,  Waste disposal.

0142 NACEPT Committee Recommendations to
  Administrator Browner
  Order Number PB94-963211CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response; 4 Oct 93
  The subgroup was charged  with working on five distinct  but
  interrelated issues:  Community  Involvement/Empowerment;
  Non-Discriminatory Implementation  and Enforcement; Eco-
  nomic  Restoration/Security; Redevelopment  of  Cleanup
  Sites; and Community-wide  Environmental  Quality  Approach
  (Including synergistic effects of multiple source cleanup  ac-
  tivities and risk tradeoffs in remedy selection). The subgroup
  has prepared a set of  statements on each issue. The state-
  ments seek to reflect  the level of agreement and disagree-
  ment on each issue, as well  as present strong minority views
  where appropriate.
  Specifications: Paper  copy  available on Standing Order,  de-
  posit account required  (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
  and Mexico;  all  others  $400). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. 42p.
  Subject index keywords: Superfund, Solid waste manage-
  ment, Hazardous materials.

0143 NACEPT Materials for  Meeting Held on September
  20-21, 1993
  Order Number PB94-963209CDH, price: PC A04/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response; Sep 93
  Many affected communities believe their needs are not being
  met by the Superfund (or other environmental) program. This
  is  particularly the  case for Environmental Justice communi-
  ties. In summary,  the following  issues have been raised  re-
  garding scope and established process of the Superfund pro-
  gram: current benefits are generally limited to human and  ec-
  ological health  improvements from site remediation; and  cu-
  mulative risk (from the site  and other sources) is  not often
  considered in risk assessment and remedy selection  at the
  site, which may particularly  affect minority and low income
  communities.
  Specifications: Paper  copy  available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required  (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
  and Mexico;  all  others  $400). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. 53p.
  Subject index keywords: Superfund, Solid waste manage-
  ment, Hazardous materials.
0144 NACEPT Meeting. Held in Crystal City, Virginia  on
  February 11, 1994
  Order Number PB94-963238CDH, price: PC A14/MF A03
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC.  Office  of
  Emergency and  Remedial Response; Feb 94
  The purpose of the  meeting is threefold: Bob Sussman and
  Elliott Laws will  give an overview of  the  Administration's Su-
  perfund bill;  EPA  is interested  in hearing  preliminary reac-
  tions to the bill's provisions; and EPA wants to discuss the
  role of this Committee during the next phase of Superfund
  reauthorization.  The following  document  are  included  for
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  review: The Administration's bill; The 'short' summary of the
  bill; The 'regular1 summary; Carol Browner's testimony before
  the Subcommittee on Transportation and Hazardous Materi-
  als; A vision statement which outlines the direction of the Ad-
  ministration's bill; The statement issued by Carol Browner at
  the press conference  held  February 3, 1994; A paper ex-
  plaining the  funding of environmental  insurance resolution
  reform; and A draft agenda for the meeting on February 11.
  Specifications: Paper  copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required  (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
  and Mexico;  all others $400). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. 301 p.
  Subject index  keywords: Superfund,  Pollution regulations,
  Meetings.

0145 National Oil and Hazardous Substances Pollution
  Contingency Plan (as Published in the Federal Register,
  March 8, 1990)
  Order Number PB90-160326CDH, price: PC A25/MF A03
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; 1990
  The NCP is the major framework regulation for the  Federal
  hazardous substance response program. The NCP includes
  procedures and standards for how EPA, other Federal agen-
  cies, states and private parties respond under the Compre-
  hensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liabil-
  ity Act (CERCLA) to releases  of hazardous substances and
  under the Clean Water Act to discharges of oil. These revi-
  sions  clarify  the 1985 NCP language,  reorganize the 1985
  NCP to describe more accurately the sequence of response
  actions, and incorporate  changes based on program  experi-
  ence since the 1985 revisions to the NCP.
  Specifications: 577p.
  Subject  index  keywords: Crude oil,  Hazardous  materials,
  Water pollution, National Contingency Plan, Oil spills.

0146 National Oil and Hazardous Substances Pollution
  Contingency Plan (The NCP)
  Order Number PB92-963261CDH, price: PC A15/MF A03
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Jan 92
  The report contains the  National Oil  and Hazardous Sub-
  stances Pollution Contingency Plan  proposed and final rules
  as published in 53 FR 51394 and 55 FR 8664, respectively.
  The NCP document also contains  tables of contents with
  specific Federal Register page references and a key terms
  index.
  Specifications: Available  on  Standing Order,  deposit ac-
  count required  (minimum deposit $200 U.S.,  Canada,  and
  Mexico;  all others $400). Single copies also  available  in
  paper copy or microfiche. 343p.
  Subject index keywords: Hazardous materials, Oil pollution,
  Pollution abatement, Emergencies, Superfund.

0147 National Priorities List Book Set
  Order Number PB91-238725CDH, price: PC$675.00
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; 1991
  The report provides general Superfund background informa-
  tion and descriptions of activities at each State National Pri-
  orities List (NPL.) sites. The set of documents compiles State-
  Specific site summary fact sheets on each site being cleaned
  up under the Superfund program. The individual state sites
  are available as PB91-921207, and PB91-921209 thru PB91-
  921258.
  Specifications:   Set includes  PB91-921207 and PB91-
  921209 through PB91-921258. 4262p-in 51 v.
  Subject index keywords:  Hazardous  materials,  Pollution
  control, Superfund.

0148  National Priorities List Sites: Alabama
  Order Number PB91-921209CDH, price: PC A04/MF A01   ,
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Sep 90
  Together with the companion National Overview volume this
  publication provides general Superfund background  informa-
  tion and descriptions of activities at each State National Pri-
  orities List (NPL) site. The document is intended to clearly
  describe what the problems are, what EPA and others  par-
  ticipating in site cleanups are doing, and how the Nation can
  move ahead  in solving these serious problems.  The State
  volume compiles site  summary fact  sheets  on each State
  site being cleaned up under the Superfund program.
  Specifications: Paper copy available  on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada
  and Mexico;  all others $400). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. 56p.
  Subject index keywords:  Hazardous  materials,  Pollution
  control, Alabama, Superfund, Cleanup.

0149  National Priorities List Sites: Alabama
  Order Number PB92-963223CDH, price: PC A04/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Sep 91
  Together with the companion national overview volume the
  publication provides general Superfund background  informa-
  tion and descriptions of activities at each State National Pri-
  orities List (NPL) site.  The report clearly describes what the
  problems are, what  EPA  and others  participating in  site
  cleanups are doing, and  how the nation can  move ahead in
  solving these serious  problems. Also  included are sites sum-
  mary fact sheets on each State site being  cleaned up under
  the Superfund program.
  Specifications: Available on Standing  Order, deposit ac-
  count required (minimum deposit  $200 U.S., Canada,  and
  Mexico; all  others $400).  Single  copies  also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. Also available as a package con-
  taining 49 NPL Sites Volumes and 1 National  Overview
  Volume, PB92-963253. See also PB91-921209. 64p.
  Subject index keywords:  Hazardous  materials,  Pollution
  control,  Alabama, Superiund, National Priorities List, Clean-
  up.

0150 National Priorities List Sites: Alabama, 1992
  Order Number PB93-963201CDH, price:
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Solid Waste  and Emergency Response; Dec 92
  The publication provides general  Superfund  background in-
  formation and descriptions of activities at each State Nation-
  al Priorities List (NPL) site. It clearly describes what the prob-
  lems are, what EPA and others participating in site cleanups
  are doing, and how the nation can  move ahead in solving
  these serious  problems.  Compiles  site summary fact sheets
  on each State site being cleaned up under the Superfund
  Program. Other individual documents are also available as.
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   Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
   posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
   and Mexico;  all others $400). Single copies also available in
   paper copy or microfiche. Also  available as a package con-
   taining 49 NPL Sites, PB93-963250. 49 issues.
   Subject index keywords:  Hazardous materials,  Pollution
   control, Alabama, Superfund, National Priorities List, Clean-
   up.

 0151  National Priorities List Sites: Alaska
   Order Number PB91-921210CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Emergency and Remedial Response; Sep 90
   Together with the companion National  Overview volume this
   publication provides general  Superfund background informa-
   tion and descriptions of activities at each State National Pri-
   orities List (NPL)  site. The document  is intended  to clearly
   describe what the problems  are, what EPA and others par-
   ticipating in site cleanups are doing, and how the Nation can
   move ahead  in solving  these serious  problems.  The State
   volume compiles  site summary fact sheets  on each State
   site being  cleaned up under the Superfund program.
   Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
   posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada
   and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
   paper copy or microfiche. 42p.
   Subject index keywords:  Hazardous materials, Pollution
   control, Alaska, Superfund, Cleanup.

 0152  National Priorities  List  Sites: Alaska
   Order Number PB92-963251CDH, price: PC A04/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC.  Office of
   Emergency and Remedial Response; Sep 91
   Together with the companion national  overview volume the
   publication provides general  Superfund background informa-
   tion and descriptions of  activities at each State National Pri-
   orities List (NPL) site. The report clearly describes what the
   problems  are, what EPA and  others  participating  in site
   cleanups are  doing,  and how the nation can move ahead in
   solving these serious problems. Also included are sites sum-
   mary fact sheets on each State  site being cleaned up under
   the Superfund program.
   Specifications: Available  on Standing Order, deposit ac-
   count required (minimum deposit  $200 U.S., Canada, and
   Mexico; all others $400). Single  copies  also available  in
   paper copy or microfiche. Also available as a package  con-
  taining 49  NPL  Sites Volumes and 1 National  Overview
  Volume, PB92-963253. See also  PB91-921210, 53p.
  Subject index  keywords:  Hazardous materials,  Pollution
  control,  Alaska, Superfund, National  Priorities List, Cleanup.

0153   National Priorities List Sites: Alaska, 1992
  Order Number PB93-963202CDH, price: PC A04/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response; Dec 92
  The publication  provides general Superfund background in-
  formation and descriptions of activities at each State Nation-
  al Priorities List (NPL) site. It clearly describes  what the prob-
  lems are, what EPA  and others participating in site cleanups
  are doing,  and how the nation can move ahead  in solving
  these serious problems.  Compiles  site  summary fact sheets
  on each State site being cleaned up under the Superfund
  Program.
   Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
   posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
   and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
   paper copy or microfiche. Also  available as a package con-
   taining 49 NPL Sites, PB93-963250. 56p.
   Subject index  keywords:  Hazardous materials,  Pollution
   control, Alaska, Superfund, National Priorities List, Cleanup.

 0154  National Priorities List Sites: American Samoa,
   Guam, and the Trust Territories
   Order Number PB92-963242CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Emergency and Remedial Response; Sep 91
   Together with  the companion national overview volume the
   publication provides general  Superfund background informa-
   tion and descriptions of activities at each State National Pri-
   orities List (NPL) site. The report clearly describes what the
   problems  are, what EPA and  others participating in site
   cleanups are doing, and how the nation can move ahead in
   solving these serious problems.  Also included are sites sum-
   mary fact  sheets on each State site  being cleaned up under
   the Superfund program.
   Specifications: Available  on Standing Order, deposit  ac-
   count required  (minimum  deposit $200 U.S., Canada, and
   Mexico; all others  $400). Single copies  also available  in
   paper copy or microfiche. Also available as a package con-
   taining 49 NPL Sites  Volumes and  1  National  Overview
   Volume, PB92-963253. See also PB91-921258. 49p.
   Subject index keywords:  Hazardous materials, Pollution
   control,  American Samoa,  Guam, Superfund,  National Prior-
   ities List, Cleanup.

0155  National Priorities List  Sites: American Samoa,
   Guam and Trust Territories
   Order Number PB91-921258CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Emergency and Remedial Response; Sep 90
  Together with the companion National  Overview volume this
  publication provides general  Superfund background  informa-
  tion and descriptions of activities at each State National Pri-
  orities List (NPL) site. The document is intended to clearly
  describe what the problems  are, what  EPA and others par-
  ticipating in site cleanups are doing, and how the Nation can
  move ahead in solving these serious  problems.  The State
  volume  compiles site summary  fact sheets on each State
  site being cleaned up under the Superfund program.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing  Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada
  and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. 36p.
  Subject index  keywords:  Hazardous materials, Pollution
  control, Guam and Trust Territories, Superfund, Cleanup.

0156   National Priorities List Sites: Arizona and Nevada
  Order Number PB91-921211CDH, price: PC A04/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Sep 90
  Together with the companion National Overview volume this
  publication  provides  general Superfund background informa-
  tion and descriptions of activities at each State  National Pri-
  orities List  (NPL) site. The document is intended to clearly
  describe what the problems are, what  EPA and others par-
  ticipating in site cleanups are doing, and how the Nation can
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  move ahead  in solving these serious problems. The State
  volume  compiles  site  summary fact sheets on each State
  site being cleaned up under the Superfund program.
  Specifications: Paper  copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada
  and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. 59p.
  Subject index keywords: Hazardous materials,  Pollution
  control,  Nevada, Superfund, Cleanup.

0157  National Priorities List Sites: Arizona and Nevada
  Order Number PB92-963216CDH, price: PC A04/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Sep 91
  Together with the companion national overview volume the
  publication  provides general Superfund background informa-
  tion and descriptions of activities at each State National Pri-
  orities List (NPL) site.  The report clearly describes  what the
  problems are,  what EPA  and  others  participating  in site
  cleanups are  doing, and how the nation can move  ahead in
  solving these serious problems. Also included are sites sum-
  mary fact sheets on each State site being cleaned  up under
  the Superfund program.
  Specifications: Available  on Standing Order, deposit ac-
  count required (minimum deposit $200  U.S.,  Canada, and
  Mexico;  all others  $400).  Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. Also available as a package con-
  taining 49  NPL Sites Volumes  and   1  National Overview
  Volume, PB92-963253. See also PB91-921211. 69p.
  Subject Index keywords: Hazardous materials,  Pollution
  control,  Arizona, Nevada, Superfund, National  Priorities List,
  Cleanup.

0158  National Priorities List Sites: Arizona and Nevada,
  1992
  Order Number PB93-963204CDH, price: PC A04/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response; Dec 92
  The publication provides general Superfund background in-
  formation and descriptions  of activities at each State Nation-
  al Priorities List (NPL) site.  It clearly describes what the prob-
  lems are, what EPA and othersms. Compiles  site  summary
  fact sheets on each State site being  cleaned  up under the
  Superfund Program.
  Specifications: Paper  copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required  (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
  and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. Also available as a package con-
  taining 49 NPL Sites, PB93-963250. 74p.
  Subject index keywords: Hazardous materials,  Pollution
  control,  Arizona, Nevada, Superfund, National  Priorities List,
  Cleanup.

0159  National Priorities List Sites: Arkansas
  Order Number PB91-921212CDH, price: PC A04/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Sep 90
  Together with the companion National  Overview volume this
  publication  provides general Superfund background informa-
  tion and descriptions of activities at each State National Pri-
  orities List  (NPL)  site.  The document is intended to clearly
  describe what the problems are, what EPA and others par-
  ticipating in site cleanups are doing, and how the Nation can
  move ahead  in solving these serious problems. The State
  volume compiles site summary  fact sheets on each  State
  site being cleaned up under the Superfund program.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada
  and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. 53p.
  Subject index keywords:  Hazardous  materials, Pollution
  control, Arkansas, Superfund, Cleanup.

0160  National Priorities List Sites: Arkansas
  Order Number PB92-963220CDH, price: PC A04/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Sep 91
  Together with  the companion national overview volume the
  publication  provides general Superfund background informa-
  tion and descriptions of activities at each State National Pri-
  orities List (NPL) site. The report clearly describes what the
  problems are, what EPA  and  others  participating  in site
  cleanups are doing, and how the nation can move ahead in
  solving these serious problems. Also included  are sites sum-
  mary fact sheets on each State site being cleaned up under
  the Superfund program.
  Specifications: Available on Standing  Order,  deposit ac-
  count required  (minimum deposit  $200 U.S.,  Canada, and
  Mexico; all  others $400).  Single  copies also  available  in
  paper copy or microfiche. Also available as a package con-
  taining 49  NPL Sites  Volumes and  1 National  Overview
  Volume, PB92-963253. See also  PB91-921212. 63p.   •
  Subject index keywords:  Hazardous  materials, Pollution
  control, Arkansas, Superfund, National  Priorities List, Clean-
  up.

0161  National Priorities List Sites: Arkansas, 1992
  Order Number PB93-963205CDH, price: PC A04/MF A01
  Environmental  Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response; Dec 92
  The publication provides general Superfund background in-
  formation and descriptions of activities at each State Nation-
  al Priorities List (NPL) site. It clearly describes what the prob-
  lems are, what EPA and others participating in site cleanups
  are doing, and how the nation can move ahead in solving
  these serious problems. Compiles  site summary fact sheets
  on each State site  being cleaned up under the Superfund
  Program.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
  and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. Also available as a package con-
  taining 49 NPL Sites, PB93-963250. 61 p.
  Subject index keywords:  Hazardous  materials, Pollution
  control, Arkansas, Superfund, National  Priorities List, Clean-
  up.

0162  National Priorities List Sites: California
  Order Number PB91-921213CDH, price: PC A10/MF A02
  Environmental.Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Sep 90
  Together with the companion National Overview volume this
  publication  provides general Superfund background informa-
  tion and descriptions of activities at each State National Pri-
  orities List  (NPL) site. The document is intended  to clearly
  describe what the problems are, what EPA and others par-
  ticipating in site cleanups are doing, and how the Nation can
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  move ahead  in solving these serious problems.  The State
  volume  compiles  site summary fact sheets on each State
  site being cleaned up under the Superfund program.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing  Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada
  and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. 222p.
  Subject  index keywords: Hazardous materials, Pollution
  control, California, Superfund, Cleanup.

0163 National Priorities List Sites: California and Hawaii
  Order Number PB92-963239CDH, price: PC A11/MF A03
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Sep 91
  Together with the companion national overview volume the
  publication  provides general Superfund background informa-
  tion and descriptions of activities at each State National Pri-
  orities List  (NPL) site. The report clearly  describes what the
  problems are, what EPA  and  others participating  in site
  cleanups are  doing, and how the nation can move ahead in
  solving these serious problems. Also included are  sites sum-
  mary fact sheets on each State site being cleaned up under
  the Superfund program.
  Specifications: Available  on Standing Order, deposit  ac-
  count required  (minimum deposit $200  U.S.,  Canada, and
  Mexico;  all others  $400).  Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. Also available  as a package con-
  taining 49  NPL Sites Volumes  and   1  National Overview
  Volume, PB92-963253. See also PB91-921213. 232p.
  Subject  index keywords: Hazardous materials, Pollution
  control, California, Hawaii, Superfund,  National  Priorities List,
  Cleanup.

0164 National Priorities List Sites: California and Hawaii,
  1992
  Order Number PB93-963206CDH, price: PC A12/MF A03
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response; Dec 92
  The publication provides general Superfund background in-
  formation and descriptions  of activities at each State Nation-
  al  Priorities  List (NPL) site.  It clearly describes what the prob-
  lems are, what EPA and others participating in site cleanups
  are doing, and how the nation can move ahead  in solving
  these serious problems. Compiles site summary fact sheets
  on each  State site  being cleaned up under the  Superfund
  Program.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing  Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
  and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. Also available  as a package con-
  taining 49 NPL Sites, PB93-963250. 261 p.
  Subject  index keywords: Hazardous materials,  Pollution
  control, California, Hawaii, Superfund,  National  Priorities List,
  Cleanup.

0165 National Priorities List Sites: Colorado
  Order Number PB91-921214CDH, price: PC A04/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency  and Remedial Response; Sep 90
  Together with the companion National  Overview volume this
  publication  provides general Superfund background informa-
  tion and descriptions of activities at each State National Pri-
  orities List  (NPL) site. The document is  intended to clearly
  describe what the problems are, what EPA and others par-
  ticipating in site cleanups are doing, and how the Nation can
  move ahead  in solving  these serious problems. The State
  volume  compiles  site summary fact sheets on each State
  site being cleaned up under the Superfund program.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada
  and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. 70p.
  Subject:  index keywords: Hazardous materials,  Pollution
  control, Colorado,  Superfund, Cleanup.

0166  National Priorities List Sites: Colorado
  Order Number PB92-963237CDH, price: PC A05/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Sep 91
  Together with  the companion national overview volume the
  publication  provides general Superfund background informa-
  tion and descriptions of activities  at each State National Pri-
  orities List (NPL) site. The report clearly  describes what the
  problems are, what EPA  and others participating  in site
  cleanups are  doing, and how the nation can move ahead in
  solving these serious problems. Also included are sites sum-
  mary fact sheets on each State site being cleaned up under
  the Superfund program.
  Specifications: Available  on Standing Order, deposit ac-
  count required  (minimum deposit $200  U.S.,  Canada, and
  Mexico;  all others  $400).  Single copies also available  in
  paper copy or microfiche. Also available  as a package  con-
  taining 49  NPL Sites Volumes  and   1  National Overview
  Volume, PB92-963253. See also PB91-921214. 79p.
  Subject  index keywords: Hazardous materials,  Pollution
  control,  Colorado, Superfund,  National Priorities List, Clean-
  up.
0167  National Priorities List Sites: Colorado, 1992
  Order Number PB93-963207CDH, price: PC A05/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response; Dec 92
  The publication provides general  Superfund background in-
  formation and descriptions  of activities  at each State Nation-
  al Priorities  List (NPL) site.  It clearly describes what the prob-
  lems are, what EPA and others participating in site cleanups
  are doing, and how the nation can move ahead  in solving
  these serious problems.  Compiles site summary fact sheets
  on each State site  being  cleaned up  under the Superfund
  Program.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
  and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. Also available  as a package  con-
  taining 49 NPL Sites, PB93-963250. 88p.
  Subject  index keywords: Hazardous materials,  Pollution
  control,  Colorado, Superfund,  National Priorities List, Clean-
  up.
0168  National Priorities List Sites: Connecticut
  Order Number PB91-921215CDH,  price: PC A04/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency,  Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency  and Remedial Response; Sep 90
  Together with the  companion National  Overview volume this
  publication provides general Superfund background informa-
  tion and descriptions of activities at each State National Pri-
  orities List (NPL) site. The document is  intended to clearly
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  describe what the problems are, what EPA and others par-
  ticipating in site cleanups are doing, and how the Nation can
  move ahead in solving  these  serious problems.  The State
  volume compiles  site summary fact  sheets  on each State
  site being cleaned up under the Superfund program.
  Specifications: Paper copy available  on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada
  and  Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. 59p.
  Subject index keywords:  Hazardous materials, Pollution
  control, Connecticut, Superfund, Cleanup.
0169  National Priorities  List Sites: Connecticut
  Order Number PB92-963203CDH, price:
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Sep 91
  Together with the companion national overview volume the
  publication provides general Superfund background informa-
  tion  and descriptions of  activities at each State National Pri-
  orities  List (NPL)  site. The report clearly describes what the
  problems  are, what  EPA and others participating  in site
  cleanups are doing, and how the nation can  move ahead in
  solving these serious problems. Also included are sites sum-
  mary fact sheets on each State site being cleaned up under
  the Superfund program.
  Specifications: Available  on  Standing Order, deposit  ac-
  count required  (minimum deposit $200  U.S., Canada, and
  Mexico; all  others $400). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. Also available as a package con-
  taining  49 NPL Sites Volumes and  1  National Overview
  Volume, PB92-963253. See also PB91-921215. 49 issues.
  Subject  Index keywords:  Hazardous materials, Pollution
  control,  Connecticut,  Superfund,  National  Priorities  List,
  Cleanup.
0170  National Priorities  List Sites: Connecticut, 1992
  Order Number PB93-963208CDH, price: PC A04/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response; Dec 92
  The  publication provides general Superfund background in-
  formation and descriptions of activities at each State Nation-
  al Priorities List (NPL) site. It clearly describes what the prob-
  lems are, what EPA and others participating in site cleanups
  are doing, and  how the nation can move  ahead in solving
  these serious problems.  Compiles site summary fact sheets
  on each State site being cleaned up under the  Superfund
  Program.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing  Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
  and  Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. Also available as a package con-
  taining 49 NPL Sites, PB93-963250. 73p.
  Subject  index keywords:  Hazardous materials, Pollution
  control, Connecticut,  Superfund, National  Priorities  List,
  Cleanup.
0171  National Priorities  List Sites: Delaware
  Order Number PB91-921216CDH, price: PC A04/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Sep 90
  Together with the companion National Overview volume this
  publication provides general  Superfund background informa-
  tion and descriptions of activities at each State National Pri-
  orities List (NPL)  site. The document is intended to clearly
  describe what the problems are, what EPA and  others par-
  ticipating in site cleanups are doing, and how the Nation can
  move ahead  in solving  these serious problems. The State
  volume  compiles site  summary fact sheets on  each State
  site being cleaned up under the Superfund program.
  Specifications: Paper  copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $200  U.S., Canada
  and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also  available in
  paper copy or microfiche. 75p.
  Subject index keywords: Hazardous materials,  Pollution
  control,  Delaware, Superfund, Cleanup.

0172 National Priorities List Sites: Delaware
  Order Number PB92-963228CDH, price: PC A05/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Sep 91
  Together with  the companion national overview volume the
  publication  provides general Superfund background informa-
  tion and descriptions of activities at each State National Pri-
  orities List (NPL) site.  The  report clearly  describes  what the
  problems are, what EPA  and others participating  in site
  cleanups are  doing, and how the nation can move  ahead in
  solving these serious problems. Also included are sites sum-
  mary fact sheets on each State site being cleaned  up under
  the Superfund program.
  Specifications: Available  on Standing Order,  deposit ac-
  count required  (minimum deposit  $200  U.S., Canada, and
  Mexico;  all others  $400).  Single  copies also  available  in
  paper copy or microfiche. Also available  as a package con-
  taining 49  NPL Sites  Volumes and  1  National Overview
  Volume, PB92-963253. See also PB91-921216. 82p.
  Subject index keywords: Hazardous materials,  Pollution
  control,  Delaware, Superfund, National Priorities List, Clean-
  up.

0173 National Priorities List Sites: Delaware, 1992
  Order Number PB93-963209CDH, price: PC A05/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response; Dec 92
  The publication provides general Superfund background in-
  formation and descriptions of activities at each State Nation-
  al  Priorities  List (NPL) site. It clearly describes what the prob-
  lems are, what EPA and others participating in site  cleanups
  are doing, and  how the nation can move ahead in solving
  these  serious problems.  Compiles  site summary fact sheets
  on each State site  being cleaned up  under the Superfund
  Program.
  Specifications: Paper  copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required  (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
  and Mexico; all others  $400). Single copies  also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. Also available  as a package con-
  taining 49 NPL Sites, PB93-963250. 90p.
  Subject index keywords: Hazardous materials,  Pollution
  control,  Delaware, Superfund,  National Priorities List, Clean-
  up.

0174 National Priorities List Sites: Florida
  Order Number PB91-921217CDH, price: PC A07/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency  and Remedial Response; Sep 90
  Together with the companion National Overview volume this
  publication provides general Superfund background informa-
  tion and descriptions of activities at each State National Pri-
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  orities List (NPL) site. The document is  intended to clearly
  describe what the problems are,  what EPA and others par-
  ticipating in site cleanups are doing, and how the Nation can
  move ahead  in solving these serious problems. The State
  volume compiles site  summary fact sheets on  each State
  site being cleaned up under the Superfund program.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit  $200 U.S., Canada
  and Mexico; all  others $400). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. 147p.
  Subject index  keywords: Hazardous materials,  Pollution
  control, Florida,  Superfund, Cleanup.

0175  National Priorities List Sites: Florida
  Order Number PB92-963250CDH,  price: PC A08/MF A02
  Environmental Protection Agency,  Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Sep 91
  Together with the companion national overview volume the
  publication provides general Superfund background  informa-
  tion and descriptions of activities  at each State National Pri-
  orities List (NPL) site.  The report  clearly  describes what the
  problems are, what EPA  and others participating  in site
  cleanups are  doing, and how the  nation can move ahead in
  solving these serious problems. Also included are sites sum-
  mary fact sheets on each State site being cleaned  up under
  the Superfund program.
  Specifications: Available  on Standing Order, deposit  ac-
  count required  (minimum deposit $200  U.S.,  Canada, and
  Mexico;  all others  $400). Single copies also available  in
  paper copy or microfiche. Also available  as a package  con-
  taining 49  NPL Sites  Volumes  and  1  National Overview
  Volume, PB92-963253. See also PB91-921217. 152p.
  Subject index  keywords: Hazardous materials,  Pollution
  control, Florida, Superfund, National Priorities List,  Cleanup.

0176  National Priorities List Sites: Florida, 1992
  Order Number PB93-963210CDH,  price: PC A08/MF A02
  Environmental Protection Agency,  Washington, DC. Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response; Dec 92
  The publication provides general  Superfund background in-
  formation and descriptions of activities at each State Nation-
  al Priorities List (NPL) site. It clearly describes what the prob-
  lems are, what EPA and others participating in site  cleanups
  are doing, and  how the nation can move ahead in solving
  these serious problems. Compiles site summary fact sheets
  on each State site  being cleaned up under the Superfund
  Program.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S.,  Canada,
  and Mexico; all  others $400). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. Also available  as a package  con-
  taining 49 NPL Sites, PB93-963250. 168p.
  Subject index  keywords: Hazardous materials,  Pollution
  control, Florida, Superfund, National Priorities List,  Cleanup.
0177  National Priorities List Sites: Georgia
  Order Number PB91-921218CDH,  price: PC A04/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency,  Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Sep 90
  Together with the companion National Overview volume this
  publication provides general Superfund background  informa-
  tion and descriptions of activities  at each State National Pri-
  orities List (NPL) site. The document is  intended to clearly
  describe what the problems are,  what EPA and others par-
  ticipating in site cleanups are doing, and how the Nation can
  move ahead  in solving  these serious problems. The State
  volume  compiles site  summary  fact sheets on each State
  site being cleaned up under the Superfund program.
  Specifications: Paper  copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada
  and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. 59p.
  Subject  index keywords: Hazardous materials,  Pollution
  control,  Georgia, Superfund, Cleanup.

0178  National Priorities List Sites: Georgia
  Order Number PB92-963226CDH, price: PC A04/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Sep 91
  Together with the companion national overview volume the
  publication  provides general Superfund background informa-
  tion and descriptions of activities at each State National Pri-
  orities List (NPL) site.  The  report clearly describes what the
  problems are, what EPA  and  others  participating  in site
  cleanups are  doing, and how the nation can move ahead in
  solving these serious problems. Also included are sites  sum-
  mary fact sheets on each State site being cleaned up under
  the Superfund program.
  Specifications: Available  on Standing Order, deposit ac-
  count required  (minimum deposit $200  U.S.,  Canada, and
  Mexico;  all others  $400).  Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. Also available as  a package  con-
  taining 49  NPL Sites  Volumes  and   1  National Overview
  Volume, PB92-963253. See also  PB91-921218. 68p.
  Subject  index keywords: Hazardous materials,  Pollution
  control,  Georgia, Superfund, National Priorities  List, Cleanup.

0179  National Priorities List Sites: Georgia, 1992
  Order Number PB93-963211CDH, price: PC A04/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response; Dec 92
  The publication provides general Superfund background in-
  formation and descriptions of activities at each State Nation-
  al Priorities  List (NPL) site. It clearly describes what the prob-
  lems are, what EPA and others participating  in site cleanups
  are  doing, and how the nation can move ahead  in solving
  these serious problems. Compiles site summary fact sheets
  on each State site  being cleaned up under the Superfund
  Program.
  Specifications: Paper  copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required  (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
  and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
'. paper copy or microfiche. Also available as  a package  con-
  taining 49 NPL Sites, PB93-963250. 70p.
  Subject  index keywords: Hazardous materials,  Pollution
  control,  Georgia, Superfund, National Priorities  List, Cleanup.

0180  National Priorities List Sites: Hawaii
  Order Number PB91-921219CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Sep 90
  Together with the companion National Overview volume this
  publication  provides general Superfund background informa-
  tion and descriptions of activities at each State National Pri-
  orities List  (NPL) site.  The document is intended to clearly
  describe what the problems are, what EPA  and others par-
  ticipating in site cleanups are doing, and how the Nation can
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   move ahead in  solving these serious problems. The State
   volume compiles site summary fact sheets  on each State
   site being cleaned up under the Superfund program.
   Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
   posit account required  (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada
   and Mexico; all others  $400). Single copies also available in
   paper copy or microfiche. 43p.
   Subject index  keywords:  Hazardous materials, Pollution
   control, Hawaii, Superfund, Cleanup.

0181  National Priorities List Sites: Idaho
   Order Number PB91-921220CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Emergency and Remedial Response; Sep 90
   Together with the companion National Overview volume this
   publication provides general Superfund background informa-
   tion and descriptions of activities at each State National Pri-
   orities  List (NPL) site.  The document is  intended  to clearly
   describe what the problems are, what EPA and others par-
   ticipating in site cleanups are doing, and how the Nation can
   move ahead in  solving these serious problems. The State
   volume compiles site summary fact  sheets  on each State
   site being  cleaned up under the Superfund program.
   Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
   posit account required  (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada
   and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
   paper copy or microfiche. 50p.
   Subject index  keywords:  Hazardous materials, Pollution
   control, Idaho, Superfund, Cleanup.

0182  National Priorities List Sites: Idaho
   Order Number PB92-963219CDH, price: PC A04/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Emergency and Remedial Response; Sep 91
   Together with the companion national overview volume the
   publication provides general Superfund background informa-
   tion and descriptions of activities at each State National Pri-
   orities List (NPL) site. The report clearly describes what the
   problems  are, what EPA and others participating  in  site
   cleanups are doing, and how the nation can  move ahead in
   solving these serious problems. Also included are sites sum-
   mary fact  sheets on each State site being cleaned up under
   the Superfund program.
   Specifications:  Available  on  Standing Order,  deposit ac-
   count required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada, and
   Mexico; all  others  $400).  Single copies  also available in
   paper copy or microfiche. Also available as a package con-
   taining  49 NPL  Sites  Volumes  and  1  National  Overview
  Volume, PB92-963253. See also PB91-921220. 60p.
   Subject index keywords:  Hazardous materials, Pollution
   control, Idaho, Superfund, National Priorities List, Cleanup.
0183 National Priorities List Sites: Idaho, 1992
   Order Number PB93-963212CDH, price: PC A04/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Solid Waste and  Emergency Response; Dec 92
  The publication provides general Superfund background in-
   formation and descriptions of activities at each State Nation-
   al Priorities List (NPL) site. It clearly describes what the prob-
   lems are, what EPA and others participating in site cleanups
  are doing, and how the nation can move  ahead in solving
  these serious problems. Compiles site summary fact sheets
  on each State site  being cleaned up under  the Superfund
   Program.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
  and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. Also available as a package con-
  taining 49 NPL Sites, PB93-963250. 62p.
  Subject  index keywords: Hazardous materials,  Pollution
  control, Idaho, Superfund, National Priorities List, Cleanup.

0184 National Priorities List Sites: Illinois
  Order Number PB91-921221CDH, price: PC A06/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Sep 90
  Together with the companion National  Overview volume this
  publication provides general Superfund background informa-
  tion and descriptions of activities at each State  National Pri-
  orities  List (NPL)  site. The  document is intended to  clearly
  describe what the problems are, what EPA and others par-
  ticipating in site cleanups are doing, and how the Nation can
  move ahead  in solving these serious  problems. The State
  volume compiles  site  summary  fact sheets on  each State
  site being  cleaned up under the Superfund  program.
  Specifications: Paper  copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada
  and Mexico; all  others $400). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. 111 p.
  Subject index  keywords: Hazardous materials,  Pollution
  control, Illinois, Superfund, Cleanup.

0185 National Priorities List Sites: Illinois
  Order Number PB92-963248CDH, price: PC A06/MF A02
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Sep 91
  Together with the companion  national  overview volume the
  publication provides general Superfund background informa-
  tion and descriptions of activities at each State  National Pri-
  orities  List (NPL) site.  The report clearly describes what the
  problems  are, what EPA and  others participating  in site
  cleanups are doing, and how the nation can move ahead in
  solving these serious problems. Also included are sites sum-
  mary fact  sheets on each State site being  cleaned up under
  the Superfund program.
  Specifications: Available on  Standing Order,  deposit ac-
  count required  (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada, and
  Mexico; all others  $400). Single copies  also  available  in
  paper copy or microfiche. Also available as a package  con-
  taining 49 NPL Sites Volumes  and   1 National Overview
  Volume, PB92-963253. See also PB91 -921221. 117p.
  Subject index  keywords: Hazardous materials,  Pollution
  control, Illinois, Superfund, National Priorities List, Cleanup.

0186 National Priorities List Sites: Illinois, 1992
  Order Number PB93-963213CDH, price: PC A06/MF A02
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response; Dec 92
  The publication  provides general Superfund background in-
  formation and descriptions of activities at each State Nation-
  al  Priorities List (NPL) site. It clearly describes what the prob-
  lems are, what EPA and others participating in site cleanups
  are doing, and  how the nation can move ahead in solving
  these  serious problems. Compiles site  summary fact  sheets
  on each State site  being cleaned up  under the Superfund
  Program.
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  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
  and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. Also available as a package con-
  taining 49 NPL Sites, PB93-963250. 120p.
  Subject  index keywords: Hazardous materials,  Pollution
  control, Illinois, Superfund, National Priorities List, Cleanup.
0187  National Priorities List Sites: Indiana
  Order Number PB91-921222CDH, price: PC A06/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Sep 90
  Together with the companion National  Overview volume this
  publication  provides general Superfund background informa-
  tion and descriptions of activities at each State  National Pri-
  orities List  (NPL)  site. The document is intended to  clearly
  describe  what the problems are, what EPA and others par-
  ticipating  in site cleanups are doing, and how the Nation can
  move ahead  in solving these serious  problems. The State
  volume compiles  site  summary fact sheets on  each State
  site being cleaned up under the Superfund  program.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada
  and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. 108p.
  Subject  index keywords: Hazardous materials,  Pollution
  control, Indiana, Superfund, Cleanup.
0188  National Priorities List Sites: Indiana
  Order Number PB92-963249CDH, price: PC A06/MF A02
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Sep 91
  Together with  the companion national  overview volume the
  publication  provides general Superfund background informa-
  tion and descriptions of activities at each State  National Pri-
  orities List (NPL) site.  The  report clearly describes  what the
  problems are, what  EPA  and  others participating  in site
  cleanups are doing, and how the nation can move  ahead in
  solving these serious problems. Also included are sites sum-
  mary fact sheets on each State site being  cleaned  up under
  the Superfund program.
  Specifications: Available  on Standing Order,  deposit ac-
  count required  (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada, and
  Mexico;  all  others $400).  Single copies  also  available in
  paper copy or microfiche. Also available as a package con-
  taining 49  NPL Sites  Volumes  and   1 National Overview
  Volume, PB92-963253. See also PB91-921222. 113p.
  Subject  index keywords: Hazardous materials,  Pollution
  control, Indiana, Superfund, National Priorities List,  Cleanup.
0189  National Priorities List Sites: Indiana, 1992
  Order Number PB93-963214CDH, price: PC A06/MF A02
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response; Dec 92
  The publication provides general Superfund background in-
  formation and descriptions of activities  at each State Nation-
  al Priorities List (NPL) site. It clearly describes what the prob-
  lems are, what EPA and others participating in site  cleanups
  are  doing, and how the nation can move ahead in solving
  these serious "problems. Compiles site  summary fact  sheets
  on each  State site being cleaned up  under the Superfund
  Program.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
  and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. Also available as a package con-
  taining 49 NPL Sites, PB93-963250. 120p.
  Subject  index keywords: Hazardous materials,  Pollution
  control, Indiana, Superfund, National Priorities List, Cleanup.

0190  National Priorities List Sites: Iowa
  Order Number PB91-921223CDH, price: PC A04/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Sep 90
  Together with the companion National  Overview volume this
  publication  provides general Superfund  background informa-
  tion and descriptions of activities at each State  National Pri-
  orities List  (NPL)  site. The  document is intended to clearly
  describe what the problems are, what EPA and others par-
  ticipating  in site cleanups are doing, and how the Nation can
  move ahead  in solving these serious  problems. The State
  volume compiles  site  summary fact sheets on each State
  site being cleaned up under the Superfund program.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada
  and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. 75p.
  Subject  index keywords: Hazardous materials,  Pollution
  control, Iowa, Superfund, Cleanup.

0191  National Priorities List Sites: Iowa
  Order Number PB92-963234CDH, price: PC A05/MF A02
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Sep 91
  Together with  the companion national  overview volume the
  publication  provides general Superfund  background informa-
  tion and descriptions of activities at each State  National Pri-
  orities List (NPL) site.  The report clearly describes what the
  problems are, what  EPA and  others  participating  in site
  cleanups are doing, and how the nation can move ahead in
  solving these serious problems. Also included are sites sum-
  mary fact sheets on each State site being cleaned up under
  the Superfund program.
  Specifications: Available  on Standing Order,  deposit ac-
  count required  (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada, and
  Mexico; all others $400). Single copies  also  available  in
  paper copy or microfiche. Also available as a package con-
  taining 49  NPL Sites  Volumes and   1  National Overview
  Volume, PB92-963253. See also PB91-921223. 80p.
  Subject  index keywords: Hazardous materials,  Pollution
  control, Iowa, Superfund, National Priorities List, Cleanup.
0192  National Priorities List Sites: Iowa, 1992
  Order Number PB93-963215CDH, price: PC A05/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response; Dec 92
  The publication provides general Superfund background in-
  formation and descriptions of activities  at each State Nation-
  al Priorities List (NPL) site. It clearly describes what the prob-
  lems are, what EPA and others  participating in site cleanups
  are doing, and how the nation  can move ahead  in solving
  these serious problems. Compiles site  summary fact sheets
  on each  State site being cleaned  up  under the Superfund
  Program.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
  and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
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  paper copy or microfiche. Also available as a package con-
  taining 49 NPL Sites, PB93-963250. 78p.
  Subject  index keywords:  Hazardous materials, Pollution
  control, Iowa, Superfund, National Priorities List, Cleanup.

0193  National Priorities List Sites: Kansas
  Order Number PB91-921224CDH, price: PC A04/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Sep 90
  Together with the companion National Overview volume this
  publication provides general  Superfund background informa-
  tion and descriptions of activities at each State National Pri-
  orities  List (NPL)  site. The  document is intended to clearly
  describe what the problems are, what EPA and  others par-
  ticipating in site cleanups are doing, and how the Nation can
  move ahead  in solving these serious problems.  The State
  volume compiles  site summary fact  sheets  on  each State
  site being  cleaned up under the Superfund program.
  Specifications: Paper copy available  on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada
  and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also  available in
  paper copy or microfiche. 53p.
  Subject index keywords:  Hazardous materials, Pollution
  control, Kansas, Superfund, Cleanup.

0194  National Priorities List Sites: Kansas
  Order Number PB92-963213CDH, price: PC A04/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Sep 91
  Together with  the companion national overview volume the
  publication provides general  Superfund background informa-
  tion and descriptions of activities at each State National Pri-
  orities List (NPL) site. The report clearly describes what the
  problems  are, what EPA and  others participating  in site
  cleanups are doing, and how the nation can  move ahead in
  solving these serious problems. Also included are sites sum-
  mary fact  sheets on each State  site being cleaned up under
  the Superfund program.
  Specifications: Available on Standing Order, deposit ac-
  count required  (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada, and
  Mexico; all others  $400). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. Also available as a package con-
  taining 49 NPL Sites  Volumes  and  1  National Overview
  Volume, PB92-963253. See also PB91-921224. 64p.
  Subject index keywords:  Hazardous materials, Pollution
  control, Kansas, Superfund, National Priorities List, Cleanup.
0195  National Priorities List Sites: Kansas, 1992
  Order Number PB93-963216CDH, price: PC A04/MF A01
  Environmental  Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response; Dec 92
  The publication provides general Superfund  background in-
  formation and descriptions of activities at each State Nation-
  al  Priorities List (NPL) site. It clearly describes what the prob-
  lems are, what EPA and others participating in site cleanups
  are doing, and how the nation  can  move  ahead in solving
  these serious problems. Compiles site summary fact sheets
  on each State site  being cleaned up under the  Superfund
  Program.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
  and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. Also available as a package con-
  taining 49  NPL Sites, PB93-963250. 59p.
  Subject  index keywords: Hazardous  materials,  Pollution
  control,  Kansas, Superfund, National Priorities List,  Cleanup.

0196   National Priorities List Sites: Kentucky
  Order Number PB91-921225CDH, price: PC A04/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Sep 90
  Together with the companion National Overview volume this
  publication  provides general Superfund background informa-
  tion and descriptions of activities at each State National Pri-
  orities List  (NPL)  site.  The document is  intended to  clearly
  describe what the problems are, what EPA and others par-
  ticipating in site cleanups are doing, and how the Nation can
  move ahead  in solving these serious problems. The State
  volume  compiles  site  summary  fact sheets on each State
  site being cleaned up under the Superfund program.
  Specifications: Paper  copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required  (minimum deposit  $200 U.S., Canada
  and Mexico; all others  $400). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. 66p.
  Subject  index keywords: Hazardous  materials,  Pollution
  control, Kentucky, Superfund, Cleanup.

0197   National Priorities List Sites: Kentucky
  Order Number PB92-963227CDH, price: PC A04/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Sep 91
  Together with  the companion national overview volume the
  publication  provides general Superfund background informa-
  tion and descriptions of activities at each State National Pri-
  orities List (NPL) site.  The  report clearly  describes  what the
  problems are, what EPA  and  others participating  in site
  cleanups are doing, and how the nation can move  ahead in
  solving these serious problems. Also included are sites sum-
  mary fact sheets on each State site being cleaned  up under
  the Superfund program.
  Specifications: Available  on Standing  Order,  deposit ac-
  count required (minimum deposit $200  U.S., Canada, and
  Mexico;  all others  $400).  Single copies also  available  in
  paper copy or microfiche. Also available  as a package con-
  taining 49  NPL  Sites Volumes  and 1  National Overview
  Volume, PB92-963253. See also  PB91-921225. 75p.
  Subject  index keywords: Hazardous  materials,  Pollution
  control,  Kentucky, Superfund,  National Priorities List,  Clean-
  up.

0198   National Priorities List Sites: Kentucky, 1992
  Order Number PB93-963217CDH, price: PC A05/MF A01
  Environmental  Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response; Dec 92
  The  publication provides general Superfund background in-
  formation and descriptions of activities at each State Nation-
  al Priorities  List (NPL) site. It clearly describes what the prob-
  lems are, what EPA and others participating in site  cleanups
  are  doing, and how the nation can  move ahead in solving
  these serious problems.  Compiles site summary fact  sheets
  on each  State site  being cleaned up under the Superfund
  Program.
  Specifications: Paper  copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required  (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
  and Mexico; all others  $400). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. Also available  as a package con-
  taining 49 NPL Sites, PB93-963250. 82p.
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  Subject  index keywords: Hazardous materials, Pollution
  control,  Kentucky, Superfund,  National Priorities List, Clean-
  up.

0199 National Priorities List Sites: Louisiana
  Order Number PB91-921226CDH, price: PC A04/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Sep 90
  Together with the companion National Overview volume this
  publication  provides general Superfund background informa-
  tion and descriptions of activities at each State National Pri-
  orities List  (NPL)  site. The  document is  intended to clearly
  describe  what the problems are, what EPA and others par-
  ticipating in site cleanups are doing, and how the Nation can
  move ahead  in solving these serious problems.  The State
  volume compiles  site summary  fact sheets on each State
  site being cleaned up under the Superfund program.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing  Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit  $200 U.S., Canada
  and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche.  53p.
  Subject  index keywords: Hazardous materials, Pollution
  control, Louisiana, Superfund, Cleanup.
0200 National Priorities List Sites: Louisiana
  Order Number PB92-963222CDH, price: PC A04/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Sep 91
  Together with  the companion  national overview volume the
  publication  provides general Superfund background informa-
  tion and descriptions of activities at each State National Pri-
  orities List (NPL) site. The report clearly  describes what the
  problems are, what EPA and  others participating  in site
  cleanups are  doing, and how the nation can move ahead in
  solving these serious problems. Also included are  sites sum-
  mary fact sheets on each State  site being cleaned up under
  the Superfund program.
  Specifications: Available on  Standing Order,  deposit ac-
  count required  (minimum deposit $200  U.S., Canada, and
  Mexico;  all others  $400). Single copies also  available  in
  paper copy or microfiche. Also available  as a package  con-
  taining 49  NPL Sites  Volumes  and  1  National Overview
  Volume, PB92-963253. See also  PB91-921226. 63p.
  Subject  index keywords: Hazardous materials, Pollution
  control, Louisiana, Superfund,  National Priorities List, Clean-
  up.

0201  National Priorities List Sites: Louisiana, 1992
  Order Number PB93-963218CDH, price: PC A04/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response; Dec 92
  The publication provides  general Superfund background in-
  formation and descriptions of activities at each State Nation-
  al Priorities  List (NPL) site. It clearly describes what the prob-
  lems are, what EPA and others participating in site cleanups
  are doing, and how the nation  can  move ahead  in solving
  these serious problems.  Compiles site summary fact sheets
  on each  State site  being cleaned up under the  Superfund
  Program.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing  Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
  and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. Also available  as a package  con-
  taining 49 NPL Sites, PB93-963250. 64p.
  Subject  index keywords: Hazardous materials, Pollution
  control,  Louisiana, Superfund, National Priorities  List, Clean-
  up.

0202  National Priorities List Sites: Maine
  Order Number PB91-921227CDH, price: PC A04/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Sep 90
  Together with the companion National  Overview  volume this
  publication  provides general Superfund background informa-
  tion and descriptions of activities at each State National Pri-
  orities List  (NPL) site. The  document is intended to clearly
  describe what the problems are, what EPA and  others par-
  ticipating in site cleanups are doing, and how the Nation can
  move ahead  in solving these serious  problems. The State
  volume compiles site summary  fact sheets on  each State
  site being cleaned up under the Superfund  program.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada
  and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also  available in
  paper copy or microfiche.  55p.
  Subject index keywords: Hazardous materials, Pollution
  control, Maine, Superfund, Cleanup.

0203  National Priorities List Sites: Maine
  Order Number PB92-963204CDH, price: PC A04/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Sep 91
  Together with  the companion national  overview  volume the
  publication  provides general Superfund background informa-
  tion and descriptions of activities at each State National Pri-
  orities List (NPL) site. The report clearly describes what the
  problems are, what EPA and  others participating  in site
  cleanups are  doing, and how the nation can move ahead in
  solving these serious problems. Also included are sites sum-
  mary fact sheets on each State  site being cleaned up under
  the Superfund program.
  Specifications: Available  on Standing Order,  deposit ac-
  count required  (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada, and
  Mexico;  all others  $400). Single copies  also  available in
  paper copy or microfiche. Also available as a package con-
  taining 49  NPL Sites  Volumes  and  1 National Overview
  Volume, PB92-963253. See also  PB91-921227. 59p.
  Subject index keywords: Hazardous materials, Pollution
  control, Maine, Superfund, National Priorities List,  Cleanup.

0204  National Priorities List Sites: Maine, 1992
  Order Number PB93-963219CDH, price: PC A04/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response; Dec 92
  The  publication provides  general Superfund background in-
  formation and descriptions of activities at each State Nation-
  al  Priorities  List (NPL) site. It clearly describes what the prob-
  lems are, what EPA and others participating in site cleanups
  are doing, and how the nation  can  move ahead in solving
  these serious problems.  Compiles site  summary  fact sheets
  on each  State site  being cleaned up  under the Superfund
  Program.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
  and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also  available in
  paper copy or microfiche. Also available as a package con-
  taining 49 NPL Sites, PB93-963250. 64p.
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  Subject  Index keywords: Hazardous materials, Pollution
  control, Maine, Superfund, National Priorities List, Cleanup.

0205   National Priorities List Sites: Maryland
  Order Number PB91-921228CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Sep 90
  Together with the companion National Overview volume this
  publication provides general Superfund background informa-
  tion and descriptions of activities at each State  National Pri-
  orities  List (NPL)  site. The  document  is  intended to clearly
  describe what the problems are, what EPA and others par-
  ticipating in site cleanups are doing, and how  the Nation can
  move ahead  in solving these serious problems. The State
  volume compiles  site summary  fact sheets  on each State
  site being  cleaned up under the Superfund program.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit  $200 U.S., Canada
  and Mexico; all others S400). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. 49p.
  Subject index keywords: Hazardous materials, Pollution
  control, Maryland, Superfund, Cleanup.

0206   National Priorities List Sites: Maryland
  Order Number PB92-963218CDH, price: PC A04/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Sep 91
  Together with  the companion national overview volume the
  publication provides general Superfund background informa-
  tion and descriptions of activities at each State  National Pri-
  orities List (NPL) site. The report clearly describes what the
  problems  are, what EPA and  others participating  in site
  cleanups are  doing, and how the nation can  move ahead in
  solving these serious problems. Also included are sites sum-
  mary fact  sheets on each State  site being cleaned up under
  the Superfund program.
  Specifications: Available on Standing Order,  deposit ac-
  count required  (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada, and
  Mexico; all others  $400).  Single copies also  available in
  paper copy or microfiche. Also available as a package  con-
  taining 49 NPL Sites Volumes  and  1  National Overview
  Volume, PB92-963253. See  also  PB91-921228. 67p.
  Subject index keywords: Hazardous materials, Pollution
  control, Maryland, Superfund, National Priorities List, Clean-
  up.

0207  National Priorities List Sites: Maryland, 1992
  Order Number PB93-963220CDH, price: PC A04/MF A01
  Environmental  Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response; Dec 92
  The publication provides general Superfund background in-
  formation and descriptions of activities at each State Nation-
  al Priorities List (NPL) site. It clearly describes  what the prob-
  lems are, what EPA and others participating in site cleanups
  are  doing, and how the nation  can  move  ahead in solving
  these serious problems.  Compiles site summary fact sheets
  on each State site  being cleaned up under  the Superfund
  Program.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
  and Mexico; all others $400). Single  copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. Also available as a package  con-
  taining 49  NPL Sites, PB93-963250. 68p.
  Subject  index keywords: Hazardous materials,  Pollution
  control,  Maryland, Superfund,  National Priorities List, Clean-
  up.

0208  National Priorities List Sites: Massachusetts
  Order Number PB91-921229CDH, price: PC A05/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Sep 90
  Together with the companion National Overview volume this
  publication  provides general Superfund background informa-
  tion and descriptions of activities at each State National Pri-
  orities List  (NPL)  site. The document is  intended to clearly
  describe what the problems are, what EPA and others par-
  ticipating in site cleanups are doing, and how the Nation can
  move ahead  in solving these serious  problems. The State
  volume compiles  site summary  fact sheets on each State
  site being cleaned up under the Superfund program.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit  $200 U.S., Canada
  and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. 90p.
  Subject  index keywords: Hazardous materials,  Pollution
  control, Massachusetts, Superfund, Cleanup.

0209  National Priorities List Sites: Massachusetts
  Order Number PB92-963206CDH, price: PC A05/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Sep 91
  Together with  the companion  national  overview volume the
  publication  provides general Superfund background informa-
  tion and descriptions of activities at each State National Pri-
  orities List (NPL) site. The report clearly  describes what the
  problems are, what EPA and  others participating  in site
  cleanups are doing, and  how the nation can move ahead in
  solving these serious problems. Also included are sites sum-
  mary fact sheets on each State site being cleaned up under
  the Superfund program.
  Specifications: Available on  Standing Order,  deposit ac-
  count required  (minimum deposit $200  U.S., Canada, and
  Mexico;  all others  $400). Single copies also  available  in
  paper copy or microfiche. Also available  as a package con-
  taining 49  NPL Sites Volumes  and  1  National Overview
  Volume, PB92-963253. See also  PB91-921229. 96p.
  Subject index keywords: Hazardous materials,  Pollution
  control,  Puerto  Rico, Superfund,  National Priorities  List,
  Cleanup.

0210  National Priorities List Sites: Massachusetts, 1992
  Order Number PB93-963221CDH, price: PC A06/MF A02
  Environmental  Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response; Dec 92
  The  publication provides general Superfund background in-
  formation and descriptions of activities at each State Nation-
  al  Priorities  List (NPL) site. It clearly describes what the prob-
  lems are, what EPA and  others participating in site cleanups
  are doing, and how the  nation can move ahead  in solving
  these serious problems.  Compiles site  summary fact sheets
  on each  State site  being cleaned up  under the Superfund
  Program.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
  and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in

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  paper copy or microfiche. Also available as a package con-
  taining 49 NPL Sites, PB93-963250. 109p.
  Subject  index keywords: Hazardous materials,  Pollution
  control, Massachusetts,  Superfund,  National Priorities List,
  Cleanup.

0211   National Priorities List Sites: Michigan
  Order Number PB91-921230CDH, price: PC A10/MF A02
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Sep 90
  Together with the companion National  Overview volume this
  publication provides general Superfund background informa-
  tion and descriptions of activities at each State National Pri-
  orities  List (NPL)  site. The document is intended to  clearly
  describe what the problems are, what  EPA and others par-
  ticipating in site cleanups are doing, and how the Nation can
  move ahead  in solving these serious  problems. The State
  volume compiles  site  summary fact sheets on each State
  site being cleaned up under the Superfund  program.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada
  and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. 202p.
  Subject index keywords: Hazardous materials,  Pollution
  control, Michigan,  Superfund, Cleanup.
0212   National Priorities List Sites: Michigan
  Order Number PB92-963247CDH, price: PC A10/MF A03
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Sep 91
  Together with  the companion  national  overview volume the
  publication provides general Superfund background informa-
  tion and descriptions of activities at each State National Pri-
  orities  List (NPL) site. The report clearly describes  what the
  problems  are, what EPA and  others participating  in site
  cleanups are doing,  and  how the nation can move  ahead in
  solving these serious problems. Also included are sites sum-
  mary fact sheets on each State  site being  cleaned up under
  the Superfund program.
  Specifications: Available on  Standing Order,  deposit ac-
  count required  (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada, and
  Mexico; all others  $400). Single copies  also  available  in
  paper copy or microfiche. Also available as a package con-
  taining 49  NPL Sites Volumes  and  1 National  Overview
  Volume, PB92-963253. See also PB91-921230. 205p.
  Subject index keywords:  Hazardous materials,  Pollution
  control, Michigan,  Superfund, National  Priorities List,  Clean-
  up.

0213   National Priorities List Sites: Michigan, 1992
  Order Number PB93-963222CDH, price: PC A10/MF A03
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response;  Dec 92
  The publication provides general Superfund  background in-
  formation and descriptions of activities at each State Nation-
  al Priorities List (NPL) site. It clearly describes what the prob-
  lems are, what EPA and  others participating in site cleanups
  are  doing, and how the  nation can  move ahead in solving
  these serious problems.  Compiles site  summary fact  sheets
  on each State site  being cleaned up  under the Superfund
  Program.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required  (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
  and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. Also available as a package con-
  taining 49 NPL Sites, PB93-963250. 208p.
  Subject  index keywords: Hazardous materials,  Pollution
  control, Michigan, Superfund,  National Priorities List, Clean-
  up.

0214  National Priorities List Sites: Minnesota
  Order Number PB91-921231CDH, price: PC A06/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Sep 90
  Together with the companion National Overview volume this
  publication provides general Superfund background informa-
  tion and descriptions of activities at each State National Pri-
  orities  List (NPL)  site. The  document is intended to clearly
  describe what the problems are, what EPA and others par-
  ticipating in site cleanups are doing, and how the Nation can
  move ahead  in solving these serious problems. The State
  volume compiles  site  summary  fact sheets on each State
  site being  cleaned up under the Superfund  program.
  Specifications: Paper  copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada
  and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. 122p.
  Subject index keywords: Hazardous materials,  Pollution
  control, Minnesota, Superfund, Cleanup.

0215  National Priorities List Sites: Minnesota
  Order Number PB92-963211CDH, price: PC A07/MF A02
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Sep 91
  Together with the companion  national overview volume the
  publication provides general Superfund background informa-
  tion and descriptions of activities at each State National Pri-
  orities List (NPL) site.  The report clearly describes  what the
  problems  are, what EPA  and  others  participating  in site
  cleanups are doing,  and  how the nation can move  ahead in
  solving these serious problems. Also included are sites sum-
  mary fact  sheets on each State  site being  cleaned  up under
  the Superfund program.
  Specifications: Available on  Standing Order,  deposit ac-
  count required  (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada, and
  Mexico; all others  $400).  Single copies  also  available  in
  paper copy or microfiche. Also available as a package  con-
  taining 49 NPL Sites Volumes  and 1 National  Overview
  Volume, PB92-963253. See also  PB91-921231. 133p.
  Subject index keywords: Hazardous materials,  Pollution
  control, Minnesota, Superfund, National Priorities List, Clean-
  up.

0216 National Priorities List Sites: Minnesota, 1992
  Order Number PB93-963223CDH, price: PC A07/MF A02
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response; Dec 92
  The publication provides general Superfund background in-
  formation and descriptions of activities at each State Nation-
  al  Priorities List (NPL) site. It clearly describes what the prob-
  lems are, what EPA and  others participating in site  cleanups
  are doing, and  how the  nation can  move ahead in solving
  these serious problems. Compiles site summary fact  sheets
  on each State site  being cleaned up under the Superfund
  Program.
  Specifications: Paper  copy  available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required  (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
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  and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. Also available as a package con-
  taining 49 NPL Sites, PB93-963250. 133p.
  Subject  index keywords: Hazardous  materials,  Pollution
  control, Minnesota, Superfund, National Priorities List, Clean-
  up.

0217 National Priorities List Sites: Mississippi
  Order Number PB91-921232CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Sep 90
  Together with the companion National Overview volume this
  publication  provides general Superfund background informa-
  tion and descriptions of activities at each State National Pri-
  orities List  (NPL)  site. The  document is intended to clearly
  describe  what the problems are, what EPA and others par-
  ticipating in site cleanups are doing, and how  the Nation can
  move ahead in solving these serious problems. The State
  volume compiles  site  summary fact sheets  on each State
  site being cleaned up under the Superfund program.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada
  and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. 35p.
  Subject  index keywords: Hazardous  materials,  Pollution
  control, Mississippi, Superfund, Cleanup.

0218 National Priorities List Sites: Mississippi
  Order Number PB92-963224CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Sep 91
  Together with the companion national overview volume the
  publication  provides general Superfund background informa-
  tion and descriptions of activities at each State National Pri-
  orities List  (NPL)  site. The report clearly describes what the
  problems are,  what EPA and  others  participating  in  site
  cleanups are doing, and how the nation  can  move ahead in
  solving these serious problems.  Also included are sites sum-
  mary fact sheets on each State site being cleaned up under
  the Superfund program.
  Specifications: Available on Standing  Order,  deposit ac-
  count required (minimum deposit $200  U.S., Canada, and
  Mexico; all  others  $400).  Single copies also  available in
  paper copy or microfiche. Also available as a package con-
  taining 49  NPL Sites Volumes and 1  National  Overview
  Volume, PB92-963253. See also PB91-921232. 47p.
  Subject  index keywords: Hazardous  materials,  Pollution
  control, Mississippi, Superfund,  National Priorities List, Clean-
  up.

0219 National Priorities List Sites: Mississippi, 1992
  Order Number PB93-963224CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response; Dec 92
  The publication provides general Superfund  background in-
  formation and descriptions of activities at each State Nation-
  al Priorities List (NPL) site. It clearly describes what the prob-
  lems are, what EPA and others  participating in site cleanups
  are doing,  and how the  nation  can move ahead in  solving
  these serious  problems. Compiles site summary fact sheets
  on each State site being cleaned  up under the Superfund
  Program.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on  Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
  and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. Also available as a package con-
  taining 49 NPL Sites, PB93-963250. 46p.
  Subject index  keywords: Hazardous  materials,  Pollution
  control, Mississippi, Superfund, National Priorities List, Clean-
  up.

0220  National Priorities List Sites: Missouri
  Order Number PB91-921233CDH, price: PC A05/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Sep 90
  Together with the companion National Overview volume this
  publication  provides general Superfund background informa-
  tion and descriptions of activities at each State National Pri-
  orities List  (NPL)  site. The document is intended to clearly
  describe what the problems are, what EPA and others par-
  ticipating in site cleanups are doing, and how the Nation can
  move ahead  in  solving these serious problems. The State
  volume compiles  site  summary fact sheets on each State
  site being cleaned up under the Superfund  program.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada
  and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. 82p.
  Subject index  keywords: Hazardous  materials,  Pollution
  control, Missouri, Superfund, Cleanup.

0221  National Priorities List Sites: Missouri
  Order Number PB92-963214CDH, price: PC A05/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Sep 91
  Together with the companion national overview volume the
  publication  provides general Superfund background informa-
  tion and descriptions of activities at each State National Pri-
  orities List  (NPL) site.  The report clearly describes what the
  problems are, what  EPA and  others  participating  in site
  cleanups are doing, and how the nation can move ahead in
  solving these serious problems. Also included are sites sum-
  mary fact sheets on each State site being cleaned up under
  the Superfund program.
  Specifications:  Available on Standing  Order,  deposit  ac-
  count required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada, and
  Mexico; all  others $400). Single copies  also  available  in
  paper copy or microfiche. Also available as a package con-
  taining 49  NPL  Sites Volumes and 1  National  Overview
  Volume, PB92-963253. See also PB91-921233. 87p.
  Subject index  keywords: Hazardous  materials,  Pollution
  control, Missouri, Superfund, National Priorities List, Cleanup.

0222   National Priorities List Sites: Missouri, 1992
  Order Number PB93-963225CDH, price: PC A05/MF A02
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response; Dec 92
  The publication provides general Superfund background  in-
  formation and descriptions of activities at each State Nation-
  al Priorities List (NPL)  site. It clearly describes what the prob-
  lems are, what EPA and others participating in site cleanups
  are doing,  and how the  nation can  move ahead in solving
  these serious problems. Compiles site summary fact sheets
  on  each State site being cleaned up under  the  Superfund
  Program.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
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  and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. Also available as a package con-
  taining 49 NPL Sites, PB93-963250. 98p.
  Subject  index keywords:  Hazardous  materials, Pollution
  control, Missouri, Superfund,  National Priorities List, Cleanup.

0223  National Priorities List  Sites: Montana
  Order Number PB91-921234CDH, price: PC A04/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Sep 90
  Together with the companion National Overview volume this
  publication provides general  Superfund background informa-
  tion and descriptions of activities at each State National Pri-
  orities  List (NPL)  site. The document is intended to clearly
  describe what the problems  are, what EPA and others par-
  ticipating in site cleanups are doing, and how  the Nation can
  move ahead  in solving these serious problems.  The State
  volume compiles  site summary fact  sheets  on each State
  site being  cleaned up under the Superfund program.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada
  and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. 54p.
  Subject index keywords:  Hazardous materials, Pollution
  control, Montana, Superfund,  Cleanup.

0224  National Priorities List  Sites: Montana
  Order Number PB92-963235CDH, price: PC A04/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial  Response; Sep 91
  Together with the companion national overview volume the
  publication provides general  Superfund background informa-
  tion and descriptions of activities at each State National Pri-
  orities List (NPL) site. The report clearly  describes what the
  problems  are, what EPA  and  others participating  in  site
  cleanups are doing,  and how the nation can move ahead in
  solving these serious problems. Also included are sites sum-
  mary fact sheets
  Specifications: Available on Standing Order, deposit  ac-
  count required (minimum  deposit  $200  U.S., Canada, and
  Mexico; all others $400). Single  copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. Also available  as a package con-
  taining  49 NPL  Sites Volumes and  1  National OverView
  Volume, PB92-963253. See also  PB91-921234. 59p.
  Subject index  keywords:   Hazardous materials, Pollution
  control, Montana,  Superfund, National Priorities List,  Clean-
  up.

0225 National Priorities List Sites: Montana,  1992
  Order Number PB93-963226CDH, price: PC A04/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response; Dec 92
  The publication provides general Superfund background in-
  formation and descriptions of activities at each State Nation-
  al  Priorities List (NPL) site. It clearly describes  what the prob-
  lems are, what EPA  and others participating in site cleanups
  are doing, and how the nation can move ahead in solving
  these serious problems. Compiles  site summary fact  sheets
  on each State site being cleaned up  under  the Superfund
  Program.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
  and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. Also available as a package con-
  taining 49 NPL Sites, PB93-963250. 56p.
  Subject  index keywords:  Hazardous materials, Pollution
  control, Montana, Superfund, National Priorities List, Clean-
  up.

0226  National Priorities List Sites: Nebraska
  Order Number PB91-921236CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Sep 90
  Together with the companion National Overview volume this
  publication provides general  Superfund background informa-
  tion and descriptions of activities at each State National Pri-
  orities  List (NPL)  site. The  document  is intended to clearly
  describe what the problems  are, what EPA and others  par-
  ticipating in site cleanups are doing, and how the Nation can
  move ahead  in solving these serious problems. The State
  volume compiles  site summary fact sheets on each State
  site being  cleaned up under the Superfund program.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account'required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada
  and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. 43p.
  Subject index keywords:  Hazardous materials, Pollution
  control, Nebraska, Superfund, Cleanup.

0227 National Priorities List  Sites: Nebraska
  Order Number PB92-963233CDH, price: PC A04/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Sep 91
  Together with the companion national overview volume the
  publication provides general  Superfund background informa-
  tion and descriptions of. activities at each State National Pri-
  orities List (NPL) site. The report clearly describes what the
  problems  are, what EPA  and  others  participating  in  site
  cleanups are doing,  and how the nation can move ahead in
  solving these serious problems. Also included are sites sum-
  mary fact  sheets on each State site being cleaned up under
  the Superfund program.
  Specifications: Available on Standing Order, deposit  ac-
  count required  (minimum  deposit  $200 U.S.,  Canada,  and
  Mexico; all others  $400).  Single  copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. Also available as a  package  con-
  taining  49 NPL Sites  Volumes and ,1  National Overview
  Volume, PB92-963253. See also PB9.1-921236. 56p.
  Subject index  keywords:   Hazardous materials, Pollution
  control, Nebraska, Superfund, National Priorities List,  Clean-
  up.

0228 National Priorities List Sites: Nebraska,  1992
  Order Number PB93-963227CDH, price: PC A04/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington,  DC. Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response; Dec 92
  The publication provides general Superfund background in-
  formation and descriptions of activities at each State Nation-
  al  Priorities List (NPL) site. It clearly describes what the prob-
  lems are, what EPA  and others participating in site cleanups
  are doing, and how the nation can move ahead in solving
  these serious problems. Compiles  site  summary fact  sheets
  on each State site  being cleaned up  under the Superfund
  Program.
  Specifications:  Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $200  U.S., Canada,
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  and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. Also available as a package con-
  taining 49 NPL Sites, PB93-963250. 60p.
  Subject  index keywords: Hazardous materials,  Pollution
  control, Nebraska, Superfund, National Priorities List, Clean-
  up,

0229 National Priorities List Sites: New Hampshire
  Order Number PB91-921237CDH, price: PC A04/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Sep 90
  Together with the companion National Overview volume this
  publication  provides general Superfund background informa-
  tion and descriptions of activities at each State National Pri-
  orities List  (NPL) site. The document is intended to clearly
  describe  what the problems are, what EPA and others par-
  ticipating in site cleanups are doing, and how the Nation can
  move ahead in solving these serious problems. The State
  volume compiles site  summary fact sheets on each State
  site being cleaned up under the Superfund  program.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada
  and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. 65p.
  Subject  index keywords: Hazardous materials,  Pollution
  control, New Hampshire, Superfund, Cleanup.

0230 National Priorities List Sites: New Hampshire
  Order Number PB92-963205CDH, price: PC A04/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Sep 91
  Together with the companion national overview volume the
  publication  provides general Superfund background informa-
  tion and descriptions of activities at each State National Pri-
  orities List  (NPL) site.  The report clearly describes what the
  problems are, what  EPA  and  others  participating  in site
  cleanups are doing, and how the nation can move ahead in
  solving these serious problems. Also included are sites sum-
  mary fact sheets on each State site being cleaned up under
  the Superfund program.
  Specifications: Available  on Standing Order,  deposit  ac-
  count required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada, and
  Mexico; all others $400). Single copies  also  available  in
  paper copy or microfiche. Also available as a package con-
  taining 49  NPL  Sites Volumes and  1  National  Overview
  Volume, PB92-963253. See also PB91-921237. 74p.
  Subject  Index keywords: Hazardous materials,  Pollution
  control,  New Hampshire, Superfund, National Priorities List,
  Cleanup.

0231 National Priorities List Sites: New Hampshire,  1992
  Order Number PB93-963228CDH, price: PC A05/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response; Dec 92
  The publication provides general Superfund background  in-
  formation and descriptions of activities at each State  Nation-
  al Priorities List (NPL)  site.  It clearly describes what the prob-
  lems are, what EPA and others  participating in site cleanups
  are doing,  and how the nation  can move ahead in  solving
  these serious  problems. Compiles site summary fact sheets
  on each State site being  cleaned up under  the  Superfund
  Program.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
  and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. Also available as a package con-
  taining 49 NPL Sites, PB93-963250. 80p.
  Subject index  keywords:  Hazardous  materials,  Pollution
  control,  New Hampshire, Superfund,  National Priorities List,
  Cleanup.

0232  National Priorities List Sites: New Jersey
  Order Number PB91-921235CDH, price: PC A13/MF A02
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Sep 90
  Together with the companion National Overview volume this
  publication  provides general Superfund background informa-
  tion and descriptions of activities at each State National Pri-
  orities List  (NPL) site. The document is intended to clearly
  describe what the problems are, what EPA and others par-
  ticipating in site cleanups are doing, and how the Nation can
  move ahead in  solving these serious problems. The State
  volume  compiles site  summary  fact  sheets on each State
  site being cleaned up under the Superfund program.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $200  U.S., Canada
  and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. 276p.
  Subject index  keywords:  Hazardous  materials,  Pollution
  control,  New Jersey, Superfund, Cleanup.

0233  National Priorities List Sites: New Jersey
  Order Number PB92-963241CDH, price: PC A13/MF A03
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Sep 91
  Together with the companion national overview volume the
  publication  provides general Superfund background informa-
  tion and descriptions of eictivities at each State National Pri-
  orities List  (NPL) site.  The report clearly describes what the
  problems  are, what  EPA  and  others participating in  site
  cleanups are doing, and how the nation can move ahead in
  solving these serious problems. Also included are sites sum-
  mary fact sheets on each State  site being cleaned up under
  the Superfund program.
  Specifications:  Available on Standing Order, deposit  ac-
  count required (minimum deposit  $200 U.S.,  Canada,  and
  Mexico; all  others $400). Single  copies  also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. Also available as a package con-
  taining  49  NPL  Sites Volumes and 1  National Overview
  Volume, PB92-963253. See also PB91-921235.  279p.
  Subject index  keywords:  Hazardous  materials,  Pollution
  control,  New Jersey,  Superfund,  National Priorities  List,
  Cleanup.

0234   National Priorities  List Sites: New Jersey, 1992
  Order Number PB93-963229CDH, price: PC A14/MF A03
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Solid Waste and  Emergency Response; Dec 92
  The publication provides general Superfund background in-
  formation and descriptions of activities at each State Nation-
  al Priorities List (NPL)  site. It clearly describes what the prob-
  lems are, what EPA and others  participating in site cleanups
  are doing,  and how the nation  can  move  ahead in solving
  these serious problems. Compiles  site summary fact sheets
  on  each State site being cleaned up under the  Superfund
  Program.
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  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
  and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. Also available  as a package con-
  taining 49 NPL Sites, PB93-963250. 314p.
  Subject  index keywords:  Hazardous materials, Pollution
  control,  New  Jersey,  Superfund,  National  Priorities List,
  Cleanup.

0235  National Priorities List Sites: New Mexico
  Order Number PB91-921238CDH, price: PC A04/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Sep 90
  Together with the companion National  Overview volume this
  publication provides general  Superfund background informa-
  tion and descriptions of activities at each State National Pri-
  orities  List (NPL)  site. The  document  is  intended  to clearly
  describe  what the problems  are, what EPA and others par-
  ticipating in site cleanups are doing, and how  the Nation can
  move ahead  in solving these serious  problems. The State
  volume compiles  site summary fact sheets  on each State
  site being cleaned up under the Superfund program.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada
  and Mexico; all  others $400). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. 51 p.
  Subject  index  keywords:  Hazardous materials, Pollution
  control, New Mexico, Superfund, Cleanup.

0236  National Priorities List  Sites: New Mexico
  Order Number PB92-963232CDH, price: PC A04/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Sep 91
  Together with the companion national  overview volume the
  publication provides general  Superfund background informa-
  tion and descriptions of activities at each State National Pri-
  orities List (NPL) site. The report clearly describes what the
  problems  are, what EPA  and  others participating  in site
  cleanups are doing, and how the nation can move ahead in
  solving these serious problems. Also included are sites sum-
  mary fact  sheets on each State site being cleaned up under
  the Superfund program.
  Specifications:  Available on Standing Order, deposit ac-
  count required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada, and
  Mexico; all others  $400).  Single  copies  also available  in
  paper copy or microfiche. Also available as a package con-
  taining 49 NPL  Sites  Volumes and  1  National  Overview
  Volume, PB92-963253. See also PB91-921238. 61 p.
  Subject index  keywords:   Hazardous materials, Pollution
  control,  New Mexico,  Superfund,  National  Priorities List,
  Cleanup.

0237  National Priorities List Sites: New Mexico, 1992
  Order Number PB93-963230CDH, price: PC A04/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response; Dec 92
  The publication  provides general Superfund  background in-
  formation and descriptions of activities  at each State Nation-
  al  Priorities List (NPL) site. It clearly describes  what the prob-
  lems are, what EPA and others participating in site cleanups
  are doing, and how the nation can  move ahead in solving
  these serious problems. Compiles site  summary fact sheets
  on  each State site  being cleaned up  under  the Superfund
  Program.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
  and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. Also available  as a package con-
  taining 49 NPL Sites, PB93-963250. 56p.
  Subject:  index keywords:  Hazardous materials, Pollution
  control,  New  Mexico,  Superfund, National  Priorities List,
  Cleanup.

0238  National Priorities List Sites: New York
  Order Number PB91-921239CDH, price: PC A10/MF A02
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Sep 90
  Together with the companion National  Overview volume this
  publication provides general  Superfund background informa-
  tion and descriptions of activities at each State National Pri-
  orities  List (NPL)  site. The  document  is  intended to clearly
  describe  what the problems are, what EPA and others par-
  ticipating in site cleanups are doing, and how  the Nation can
  move ahead  in solving these serious  problems.  The State
  volume compiles  site summary  fact sheets  on each State
  site being cleaned up under the Superfund program.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit  $200 U.S., Canada
  and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. 209p.
  Subject  index keywords:  Hazardous materials, Pollution
  control, New York, Superfund, Cleanup.

0239  National Priorities List Sites: New York
  Order Number PB92-963208CDH, price: PC A10/MF A03
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial  Response; Sep 91
  Together with the companion national  overview volume the
  publication provides general  Superfund background informa-
  tion and descriptions of activities at each State National Pri-
  orities List (NPL) site. The report clearly describes what the
  problems  are, what EPA and  others participating  in site
  cleanups are doing,  and how the nation can move ahead in
  solving these serious problems. Also included are  sites sum-
  mary fact  sheets on each State site being cleaned up under
  the Superfund program.
  Specifications: Available on Standing Order, deposit  ac-
  count required  (minimum  deposit  $200 U.S., Canada, and
  Mexico; all others  $400). Single  copies also available  in
  paper copy or microfiche. Also available as a package con-
  taining  49 NPL Sites Volumes and  1  National Overview
  Volume, PB92-963253. See also PB91-921239. 216p.
  Subject  index  keywords:  Hazardous materials, Pollution
  control, New York, Superfund, National Priorities List, Clean-
  up.

0240  National Priorities List Sites: New York, 1992
  Order Number PB93-963231CDH, price: PC A11/MF A03
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response; Dec 92
  The  publication provides general Superfund  background in-
  formation and descriptions of activities  at  each State Nation-
  al  Priorities List (NPL) site. It clearly describes  what the prob-
  lems are, what EPA  and others participating in site cleanups
  are doing, and how the nation can move ahead  in solving
  these serious problems. Compiles  site  summary fact  sheets
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  on each State site being cleaned up under the Superfund
  Program.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
  and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. Also available as a package con-
  taining 49 NPL Sites,  PB93-963250. 238p.
  Subject  Index keywords: Hazardous  materials,  Pollution
  control, New York, Superfund, National Priorities List, Clean-
  up.

0241  National Priorities List Sites: North and South
  Dakota
  Order Number PB91-921241CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Sep 90
  Together with the companion National Overview volume this
  publication  provides general Superfund background  informa-
  tion and descriptions of activities at each State National Pri-
  orities  List  (NPL)  site. The document is  intended to clearly
  describe what the problems are, what EPA and others par-
  ticipating in site cleanups are doing, and how the Nation can
  move ahead in solving these  serious problems. The State
  volume compiles  site summary fact sheets on each State
  site being cleaned up under the Superfund program.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada
  and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. 42p.
  Subject index keywords: Hazardous materials,   Pollution
  control, North Dakota, South Dakota, Superfund, Cleanup.

0242  National Priorities List Sites: North and South
  Dakota, 1992
  Order Number PB93-963233CDH, price: PC A04/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington,  DC. Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response; Dec 92
  The publication provides general Superfund background in-
  formation and descriptions of activities at each State Nation-
  al Priorities List (NPL) site. It clearly describes what the prob-
  lems are, what EPA and others participating in site cleanups
  are doing,  and how  the  nation can move ahead in solving
  these serious problems. Compiles site summary fact sheets
  on each State site being cleaned up under the  Superfund
  Program.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
  and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. Also available as a package con-
  taining 49 NPL Sites, PB93-963250. 51 p.
  Subject index  keywords:  Hazardous  materials,  Pollution
  control,  North  Dakota, South Dakota,  Superfund,  National
  Priorities List, Cleanup.
0243  National Priorities List Sites: North Carolina
  Order Number PB91-921240CDH, price: PC A05/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Sep 90
  Together with the companion National Overview volume this
  publication provides  general Superfund background informa-
  tion and descriptions of activities at each State National Pri-
  orities List (NPL) site. The document is intended  to clearly
  describe what the problems are, what EPA and others par-
  ticipating in site cleanups are doing, and how the Nation can
  move ahead in solving these serious problems. The State
  volume compiles site summary fact  sheets  on each State
  site being cleaned up under the Superfund program.
  Specifications: Paper copy available  on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required  (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada
  and Mexico; all others  $400). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. 78p.
  Subject index keywords:  Hazardous materials, Pollution
  control, North Carolina, Superfund, Cleanup.

0244   National Priorities List Sites: North Carolina
  Order Number PB92-963209CDH, price: PC A05/MF A01
  Environmental  Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Sep 91
  Together with  the companion national overview volume the
  publication  provides general Superfund background informa-
  tion and descriptions of activities at each State National Pri-
  orities List (NPL) site. The report clearly describes what the
  problems  are,  what EPA  and others participating  in  site
  cleanups are doing, and how the nation can move ahead in
  solving these serious problems. Also  included are sites sum-
  mary fact sheets on each State site being  cleaned up under
  the Superfund  program.
  Specifications: Available on Standing  Order,  deposit  ac-
  count required (minimum deposit  $200 U.S.,  Canada,  and
  Mexico; all  others  $400).  Single  copies  also  available in
  paper copy or microfiche. Also available as a package con-
  taining 49  NPL Sites  Volumes and 1 National Overview
  Volume, PB92-963253. See also PB91-921240. 87p.
  Subject  index keywords: Hazardous  materials,  Pollution
  control, North Carolina, Superfund,  National Priorities  List,
  Cleanup.
0245  National Priorities List Sites: North Carolina, 1992
  Order Number PB93-963232CDH, price: PC A05/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response; Dec 92
  The publication provides general Superfund background in-
  formation and descriptions of activities at each State Nation-
  al Priorities List (NPL) site. It clearly describes what the prob-
  lems are, what EPA and others participating  in site cleanups
  are doing,  and how the nation can  move ahead in solving
  these serious  problems. Compiles  site summary fact sheets
  on each State site being cleaned up  under the Superfund
  Program.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
  and Mexico; all others $400). Single  copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. Also available as  a  package con-
  taining 49 NPL Sites, PB93-963250. 96p.
  Subject  index  keywords:  Hazardous materials, Pollution
  control, North  Carolina, Superfund,  National Priorities List,
  Cleanup.
0246  National Priorities List Sites: North Dakota and
  South Dakota
  Order Number PB92-963236CDH, price: PC A04/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington,  DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Sep 91
  Together  with the  companion national overview volume the
  publication provides general Superfund background  informa-
  tion and descriptions of activities at each  State National Pri-
  orities List (NPL) site. The report clearly describes what the
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   problems are, what  EPA  and others participating in site
   cleanups are doing, and how the  nation can move  ahead in
   solving these serious  problems. Also included are sites sum-
   mary fact sheets on each State site being cleaned up under
   the Superfund program.
   Specifications: Available  on  Standing Order,  deposit ac-
   count required (minimum  deposit $200 U.S., Canada, and
   Mexico; all others $400).  Single copies also  available  in
   paper copy or microfiche. Also available as a package con-
   taining 49  NPL  Sites Volumes and  1 National  Overview
   Volume, PB92-963253. See also PB91-921241. 55p.
   Subject index keywords:  Hazardous  materials,  Pollution
   control,  North Dakota, Superfund,  National  Priorities List,
   Cleanup.

 0247  National  Priorities List Sites: Ohio
   Order Number PB91-921242CDH, price: PC A05/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Emergency and Remedial Response; Sep 90
   Together with  the companion National Overview volume this
   publication provides general Superfund background  informa-
   tion and descriptions of activities at each State National Pri-
   orities List (NPL) site. The  document  is intended to clearly
   describe what the problems are, what EPA and others par-
   ticipating in site cleanups are doing, and how the Nation can
   move  ahead in solving these  serious problems. The State
   volume compiles site summary fact sheets  on  each State
   site being cleaned up under the Superfund program.
   Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
   posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada
   and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
   paper copy or  microfiche. 10Op.
   Subject index  keywords:  Hazardous materials, Pollution
   control, Ohio, Superfund, Cleanup.

0248 National Priorities List Sites: Ohio
   Order Number PB92-963246CDH, price: PC A06/MF A02
   Environmental  Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Emergency and Remedial Response; Sep 91
   Together with  the companion national overview  volume the
   publication provides general  Superfund background  informa-
   tion and descriptions of activities at each State National Pri-
   orities  List (NPL)  site.  The  report clearly describes what the
   problems  are,  what  EPA  and others  participating  in site
   cleanups are doing, and how the nation can move ahead in
   solving these serious problems. Also included are sites sum-
   mary fact sheets on each State site being cleaned up under
   the Superfund program.
   Specifications: Available on Standing Order, deposit  ac-
   count required  (minimum deposit  $200 U.S., Canada, and
   Mexico; all  others $400).  Single  copies also available  in
   paper copy or  microfiche. Also available as a package  con-
  taining 49  NPL Sites  Volumes and 1  National Overview
  Volume, PB92-963253. See also PB91-921242. 111p.
  Subject  index keywords:   Hazardous materials,  Pollution
  control, Ohio, Superfund, National Priorities List, Cleanup.

0249  National Priorities List Sites: Ohio, 1992
  Order Number  PB93-963234CDH, price: PC A06/MF A02
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response; Dec 92
  The publication provides general Superfund  background in-
  formation and descriptions of activities at each State Nation-
  al Priorities List (NPL) site. It clearly describes what the prob-
   lems are, what EPA and others participating in site cleanups
   are doing, and how the nation can move ahead in solving
   these serious problems. Compiles site summary fact sheets
   on each  State site being  cleaned up under the Superfund
   Program.
   Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
   posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
   and Mexico;  all others $400). Single copies also available in
   paper copy or microfiche.  Also available as a package con-
   taining 49 NPL Sites, PB93-963250. 117p.
   Subject index keywords:  Hazardous  materials,  Pollution
   control, Ohio, Superfund, National Priorities List, Cleanup.

 0250  National Priorities List Sites: Oklahoma
   Order Number PB91-921243CDH, price: PC A04/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Emergency and Remedial Response; Sep 90
   Together with the companion National Overview  volume this
   publication provides general  Superfund  background  informa-
   tion and descriptions of activities at each State National Pri-
   orities List (NPL)  site. The document is intended to clearly
   describe what the problems  are, what EPA and  others par-
   ticipating in site cleanups are doing, and how the Nation can
   move  ahead  in solving  these  serious problems.  The State
   volume compiles  site summary fact sheets  on  each State
   site being cleaned up under the Superfund program.
   Specifications: Paper copy available on  Standing Order, de-
   posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada
   and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also  available in
   paper copy or microfiche. 51 p.
   Subject  index keywords:  Hazardous  materials, Pollution
   control, Oklahoma, Superfund, Cleanup.

 0251  National Priorities List  Sites: Oklahoma
   Order Number PB92-963221CDH, price: PC A04/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Emergency and Remedial Response; Sep 91
   Together with the companion national overview volume the
   publication provides general Superfund background  informa-
   tion and descriptions of activities at each State National Pri-
   orities List (NPL) site.  The  report clearly describes what the
   problems  are, what EPA  and others  participating in site
   cleanups are  doing, and how the nation can move ahead in
   solving these  serious problems. Also included are sites sum-
   mary fact  sheets on each State site being cleaned up under
   the Superfund program.
   Specifications: Available  on  Standing  Order, deposit  ac-
   count required (minimum deposit $200  U.S., Canada, and
   Mexico; all others $400).  Single copies also available  in
  paper copy or microfiche. Also available  as a package  con-
  taining 49  NPL  Sites Volumes  and 1  National Overview
   Volume, PB92-963253. See also PB91-921243. 61 p.
  Subject index  keywords: Hazardous  materials,  Pollution
  control, Oklahoma, Superfund, National Priorities List, Clean-
  up.

0252  National Priorities List Sites: Oklahoma, 1992
  Order Number PB93-963235CDH, price: PC A04/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response; Dec 92
  The publication  provides general Superfund background in-
 . formation and descriptions of activities at each State Nation-
  al Priorities List (NPL) site. It clearly describes  what the prob-
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  lems are, what EPA and others participating in site cleanups
  are doing, and how the nation can  move ahead in solving
  these serious problems. Compiles site summary  fact sheets
  on each State site  being cleaned up under  the Superfund
  Program.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
  and Mexico; all others $400). Single  copies also  available in
  paper copy or microfiche. Also available as a package con-
  taining 49 NPL Sites, PB93-963250. 62p.
  Subject  Index keywords: Hazardous materials, Pollution
  control, Oklahoma, Superfund, National Priorities  List, Clean-
  up.

0253  National Priorities List Sites: Oregon
  Order Number PB91-921244CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Sep 90
  Together with the companion National Overview  volume this
  publication  provides general Superfund background  informa-
  tion and descriptions of activities at each State National Pri-
  orities  List  (NPL)  site. The document is  intended to clearly
  describe what the problems are, what EPA and  others  par-
  ticipating in site cleanups are doing, and how  the Nation can
  move ahead in solving these  serious problems. The State
  volume compiles  site summary fact  sheets  on  each State
  site being cleaned up under the Superfund program.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada
  and  Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also  available in
  paper copy or microfiche. 46p.
  Subject Index keywords: Hazardous materials,  Pollution
  control, Oregon, Superfund, Cleanup.

0254  National Priorities List Sites: Oregon
  Order Number PB92-963245CDH, price: PC A04/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Sep 91
  Together with the companion national overview  volume the
  publication provides general Superfund background informa-
  tion  and descriptions of activities at  each State National Pri-
  orities List (NPL)  site. The report clearly describes what the
  problems are, what EPA  and others participating in  site
  cleanups are doing, and how the nation can  move ahead in
  solving these serious problems. Also included are sites sum-
  mary fact sheets  on each State site being cleaned up under
  the Superfund program.
  Specifications:  Available on  Standing  Order,  deposit ac-
  count required (minimum deposit $200  U.S., Canada,  and
  Mexico; all others  $400).  Single copies also  available in
  paper copy or microfiche. Also available as a package  con-
  taining  49  NPL  Sites Volumes and 1  National Overview
  Volume, PB92-963253. See also PB91-921244. 57p.
  Subject index  keywords: Hazardous  materials,  Pollution
  control, Oregon, Superfund, National Priorities List,  Cleanup.

 0255  National Priorities List Sites: Oregon, 1992
  Order Number PB93-963236CDH, price: PC A04/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response; Dec 92
  The publication  provides general Superfund  background in-
  formation and descriptions of activities at each State Nation-
  al Priorities List (NPL) site. It clearly describes what the prob-
  lems are, what EPA and others participating  in site  cleanups
  are doing, and how the  nation can move ahead in solving
  these serious problems. Compiles site summary fact sheets
  on each State site being cleaned up under the Superfund
  Program.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
  and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. Also available as a package con-
  taining 49 NPL Sites, PB93-963250. 62p.
  Subject index  keywords:  Hazardous  materials,  Pollution
  control, Oregon, Superfund,  National Priorities List,  Cleanup.

0256  National Priorities List Sites: Pennsylvania
  Order Number PB91-921245CDH, price: PC A11/MF A02
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Sep 90
  Together with the companion National Overview volume this
  publication  provides general Superfund background informa-
  tion and descriptions of activities at each State National Pri-
  orities List  (NPL)  site.  The document is intended to clearly
  describe what the problems are, what EPA and others par-
  ticipating  in site cleanups are doing, and how the Nation can
  move ahead in  solving these serious  problems. The  State
  volume compiles  site summary fact sheets on each  State
  site being cleaned up under the Superfund program.
  Specifications: Paper copy  available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada
  and  Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. 245p.
  Subject  index  keywords:  Hazardous materials,  Pollution
  control, Pennsylvania, Superfund, Cleanup.

0257  National Priorities List Sites: Pennsylvania
  Order Number PB92-963240CDH, price: PC A11/MF A03
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Sep 91
  Together with the companion national overview volume the
  publication provides general Superfund background informa-
  tion  and descriptions of activities at each State  National Pri-
  orities List  (NPL) site. The report clearly describes what the
  problems  are, what EPA and others  participating in site
  cleanups are doing, and how the nation can move ahead in
  solving these serious problems. Also included are sites sum-
  mary fact sheets on each State site being cleaned up  under
  the Superfund program.
  Specifications:  Available on  Standing Order,  deposit  ac-
  count required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada, and
  Mexico; all others  $400).  Single copies also  available  in
  paper copy or microfiche. Also available as a package con-
  taining 49  NPL  Sites  Volumes and  1  National  Overview
  Volume, PB92-963253. See  also PB91-921245. 250p.
  Subject  index  keywords:  Hazardous materials,  Pollution
  control,  Pennsylvania,  Superfund,  National  Priorities List,
  Cleanup.
0258  National Priorities List Sites:  Pennsylvania, 1992
  Order Number PB93-963237CDH, price: PC A12/MF A03
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC.  Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response; Dec 92
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
  and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
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   paper copy or microfiche. Also available as a package con-
   taining 49 NPL Sites, PB93-963250. 272p.
   Subject index  keywords:  Hazardous  materials,  Pollution
   control,  Pennsylvania, Superfund,  National Priorities List,
   Cleanup.

 0259  National Priorities List Sites: Puerto Rico
   Order Number PB91-921257CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
   Environmental Protection  Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Emergency and Remedial Response; Sep 90
   Together with the companion National Overview volume this
   publication provides general  Superfund background informa-
   tion and descriptions of activities at each State National Pri-
   orities List (NPL) site.  The document is intended to clearly
   describe what the problems are, what EPA and others par-
   ticipating in site cleanups are doing, and how the Nation can
   move  ahead in  solving these serious problems. The State
   volume compiles site summary fact  sheets  on each State
   site being cleaned up under the Superfund program.
   Specifications: Paper copy available  on Standing Order, de-
   posit account required  (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada
   and Mexico; all others  $400). Single copies also available in
   paper copy or microfiche.  47p.
   Subject  index  keywords:  Hazardous  materials, Pollution
   control, Puerto Rico, Superfund, Cleanup.

0260  National Priorities List  Sites: Puerto Rico
   Order Number PB92-963207CDH, price: PC A04/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Emergency and Remedial Response; Sep 91
  Together with the companion national overview volume the
  publication provides general  Superfund background informa-
  tion and descriptions of activities at each State National Pri-
  orities List  (NPL) site. The report clearly describes what the
  problems  are, what  EPA and others  participating  in site
  cleanups are doing, and how the nation can move ahead in
  solving these serious problems. Also included are sites sum-
  mary fact sheets on each State site being cleaned up under
  the Superfund program.
  Specifications: Available  on Standing Order,  deposit  ac-
  count required (minimum deposit  $200  U.S., Canada, and
  Mexico; all  others $400). Single  copies also  available  in
  paper copy or microfiche. Also available as a package  con-
  taining 49  NPL  Sites  Volumes and 1  National  Overview
  Volume, PB92-963253. See also PB91-921257. 59p.
  Subject index  keywords:  Hazardous materials, Pollution
  control, Puerto  Rico,  Superfund,  National  Priorities  List,
  Cleanup.

0261   National Priorities List Sites: Puerto Rico and Virgin
  Islands, 1992
  Order Number PB93-963238CDH, price: PC A04/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response; Dec 92
  The publication  provides general  Superfund background in-
  formation and descriptions of activities at each State Nation-
  al Priorities List (NPL) site. It clearly describes what the prob-
  lems are, what EPA and others participating in site cleanups
  are doing, and how the nation can move ahead in solving
  these serious problems. Compiles site summary fact sheets
  on each State site being cleaned up under the Superfund
  Program.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
   and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
   paper copy or microfiche. Also available as a package con-
   taining 49 NPL Sites, PB93-963250. 57p.
   Subject index  keywords:  Hazardous  materials,  Pollution
   control, Puerto Rico, Virgin Islands, Superfund, National Pri-
   orities List, Cleanup.

 0262  National Priorities List Sites: Rhode Island
   Order Number PB91-921246CDH, price: PC A04/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Emergency and Remedial Response; Sep 90
   Together with the companion National Overview volume this
   publication provides general  Superfund background informa-
   tion and descriptions of activities at each  State National Pri-
   orities List (NPL) site.  The document is intended  to clearly
   describe what the problems  are, what EPA and others par-
   ticipating in site cleanups are doing, and how the Nation can
   move  ahead  in solving these  serious problems.  The State
   volume compiles site summary fact  sheets  on each State
   site being  cleaned up under the Superfund program.
   Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
   posit account required  (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada
   and Mexico; all others  $400). Single copies also available in
   paper copy or microfiche. 54p.
   Subject index keywords:  Hazardous materials, Pollution
   control, Rhode Island, Superfund, Cleanup.

 0263  National Priorities List  Sites: Rhode  Island
   Order Number PB92-963230CDH, price: PC A04/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC.  Office of
   Emergency and Remedial Response; Sep 91
   Together with the companion national overview volume the
   publication provides general  Superfund background informa-
   tion and descriptions of activities at each State National Pri-
   orities  List  (NPL) site. The report clearly describes what the
   problems  are, what  EPA and others  participating  in site
   cleanups are doing, and how the nation can move ahead in
   solving these serious problems. Also included are sites sum-
   mary fact sheets on each State site being cleaned up under
  the Superfund program.
  Specifications: Available on Standing Order, deposit  ac-
  count required (minimum deposit  $200 U.S.,  Canada, and
  Mexico; all others $400). Single  copies  also available  in
  paper copy or  microfiche. Also available as a  package  con-
  taining 49  NPL  Sites  Volumes and 1  National  Overview
  Volume, PB92-963253. See also PB91-921246. 64p.
  Subject index  keywords:  Hazardous materials,  Pollution
  control, Rhode Island,  Superfund, National  Priorities  List,
  Cleanup.

0264   National Priorities List Sites: Rhode Island, 1992
  Order Number PB93-963239CDH, price: PC A04/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response; Dec 92
  The publication  provides  general Superfund background in-
  formation and descriptions of activities at each State Nation-
  al Priorities List (NPL) site. It clearly describes what  the prob-
  lems are, what EPA and others participating in site  cleanups
  are doing,  and how the nation can move  ahead  in solving
  these serious  problems. Compiles site summary fact sheets
  on each State site being cleaned up under the Superfund
  Program.
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  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
  and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. Also available as a package con-
  taining 49 NPL Sites, PB93-963250. 72p.
  Subject  Index keywords: Hazardous materials,  Pollution
  control,  Rhode Island, Superfund, National  Priorities List,
  Cleanup.

0265  National Priorities List Sites Set (1991)
  Order Number PB92-963253CDH, price: PC$750.00
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; 1991
  The publications provide  general Superfund background in-
  formation and descriptions of activities at each State Nation-
  al Priorities List (NPL)  site. The report clearly describes what
  the problems are, what EPA and others participating in Site
  Cleanups are doing, and how the Nation can move ahead in
  solving  these serious problems. (The overview document,
  Superfund:  Focusing on the Nation at  Large (1991), available
  separately order as PB92-953252).
  Specifications: The overview document, Superfund:  Focus-
  ing  on the Nation at  Large (1991), available separately as
  PB92-953252. Set  includes  PB92-963204  through   PB92-
  963251. See also PB91-238725. 4486p-in 49v.
  Subject  index keywords: Hazardous materials,  Pollution
  control,  Superfund, National Priorities List.

0266  National Priorities List Sites: South Carolina
  Order Number PB91-921247CDH, price: PC A05/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Sep 90
  Together with the companion  National Overview volume this
  publication  provides general Superfund background informa-
  tion and descriptions of activities at each State National Pri-
  orities List  (NPL) site. The document is intended to clearly
  describe what the problems are, what EPA  and  others par-
  ticipating in site cleanups are doing, and how the Nation can
  move ahead in solving these serious problems. The State
  volume  compiles site summary fact  sheets on  each State
  site being cleaned up under the Superfund program.
  Specifications: Paper copy available  on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada
  and Mexico; all others $400).  Single copies also  available in
  paper copy or microfiche. 78p.
  Subject index  keywords: Hazardous materials, Pollution
  control, South Carolina, Superfund, Cleanup.
0267  National Priorities List Sites: South Carolina
  Order Number PB92-96321OCDH, price: PC A05/MF A01
  Environmental Protection  Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Sep 91
  Together with the companion  national overview  volume the
  publication provides general Superfund background informa-
  tion and descriptions of activities at each State National Pri-
  orities List  (NPL)  site. The report clearly describes what the
  problems are,  what  EPA and others participating  in  site
  cleanups are doing, and  how the nation can move ahead in
  solving  these serious  problems. Also  included are sites sum-
  mary fact sheets on each State site being cleaned up under
  the Superfund program.
  Specifications:  Available on  Standing Order, deposit ac-
  count required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,  and
  Mexico;  all others $400). Single  copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. Also available as a package con-
  taining 49  NPL  Sites Volumes and  1 National  Overview
  Volume, PB92-963253. See also PB91-921247. 87p.
  Subject index  keywords:  Hazardous  materials,  Pollution
  control,  South  Carolina,  Superfund, National  Priorities List,
  Cleanup.
0268  National Priorities List Sites: South Carolina, 1992
  Order Number PB93-963240CDH, price: PC A05/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response; Dec 92
  The publication provides general  Superfund background in-
  formation and descriptions of activities at each State Nation-
  al Priorities List (NPL) site. It clearly describes what the prob-
  lems are, what EPA and others participating in site cleanups
  are doing, and how the nation can move ahead in solving
  these serious problems.  Compiles  site summary fact sheets
  on each State site  being cleaned up under the Superfund
  Program.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order,  de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
  and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or  microfiche. Also available as a package con-
  taining 49  NPL Sites, PB93-963250. 94p.
  Subject index keywords:  Hazardous  materials,  Pollution
  control,  South  Carolina, Superfund,  National  Priorities  List,
  Cleanup.
0269  National Priorities List Sites: Tennessee
  Order Number PB91-921248CDH, price: PC A04/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Sep 90
  Together with the companion National Overview volume this
  publication provides general Superfund background informa-
  tion and descriptions of activities at each State National  Pri-
  orities List (NPL)  site.'The document is intended to clearly
  describe what  the problems are, what EPA and others par-
  ticipating in site cleanups are doing, and how the Nation can
  move ahead in solving  these serious  problems. The State
  volume  compiles  site summary fact sheets on each State
  site being  cleaned up under the Superfund program.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit  account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada
  and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiches. 61 p.
  Subject index keywords: Hazardous materials,  Pollution
  control, Tennessee, Superfund, Cleanup.

0270  National Priorities List Sites: Tennessee
  Order Number PB92-96JI225CDH, price: PC A04/MF A01
  Environmental  Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Sep 91
  Together  with  the companion national overview volume the
  publication provides general Superfund background informa-
  tion and descriptions of activities at each State National Pri-
  orities List (NPL)  site. The report clearly describes what the
  problems  are, what EPA and  others  participating  in  site
  cleanups  are doing, and how the nation can move ahead in
  solving  these serious problems. Also included are sites sum-
  mary fact sheets  on each State site being cleaned up under
  the Superfund  program.
  Specifications:  Available  on Standing Order, deposit  ac-
  count required  (minimum deposit $200  U.S.,  Canada,  and
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   Mexico;  all others $400).  Single  copies  also  available  in
   paper copy or microfiche. Also available as a package con-
   taining 49  NPL Sites Volumes and  1 National  Overview
   Volume, PB92-963253. See also PB91-921248. 69p.
   Subject index  keywords:  Hazardous  materials,  Pollution
   control,  Tennessee,  Superfund,  National  Priorities  List,
   Cleanup.

 0271  National Priorities List Sites: Tennessee, 1992
   Order Number PB93-963241CDH, price: PC A04/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Solid Waste and Emergency Response; Dec 92
   The publication  provides general Superfund background  in-
   formation and descriptions of activities at each State Nation-
   al Priorities List (NPL)  site. It clearly describes what the prob-
   lems are, what EPA and others participating in site cleanups
   are doing, and  how the  nation  can move ahead in solving
   these serious problems. Compiles site summary fact sheets
   on each State  site being cleaned  up under the Superfund
   Program.
   Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
   posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
   and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available  in
   paper copy  or microfiche. Also available as a package con-
   taining 49 NPL Sites, PB93-963250. 74p.
   Subject  index  keywords:  Hazardous materials, Pollution
   control,  Tennessee,  Superfund,   National  Priorities  List,
   Cleanup.

0272  National Priorities List Sites: Texas
   Order Number PB91-921249CDH, price: PC A05/MF AOi
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Emergency and Remedial Response; Sep 90
   Together with the companion National  Overview volume this
   publication provides general  Superfund background informa-
   tion and descriptions of activities at each State National Pri-
   orities List (NPL) site. The  document is intended to clearly
   describe  what the  problems  are,  what EPA and others par-
  ticipating in site cleanups are doing, and how the Nation can
   move ahead in solving these serious  problems. The State
  volume compiles site  summary  fact sheets on  each State
  site being cleaned up under the Superfund program.
  Specifications:  Paper  copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada
  and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. 92p.
  Subject  index  keywords:  Hazardous materials,  Pollution
  control, Texas, Superfund, Cleanup.
0273  National Priorities List Sites: Texas
  Order Number PB92-963212CDH, price: PC A06/MF A02
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Sep 91
  Together with the companion national  overview volume the
  publication provides general Superfund background informa-
  tion and descriptions of activities at each State National Pri-
  orities List (NPL) site. The report clearly describes what the
  problems  are, what EPA and others  participating in  site
  cleanups are doing, and how the nation can move ahead  in
  solving these serious problems. Also included are sites sum-
  mary fact sheets on each State site being cleaned up under
  the Superfund program.
  Specifications:  Available on Standing Order,  deposit ac-
  count required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,  and
   Mexico;  all others $400).  Single  copies  also  available  in
   paper copy or microfiche. Also available as a package con-
   taining 49  NPL Sites Volumes and  1 National  Overview
   Volume, PB92-963253. See also PB91-921249. 102p.
   Subject index  keywords:  Hazardous  materials,  Pollution
   control, Texas, Superfund, National Priorities List, Cleanup.

 0274  National Priorities List Sites: Texas,  1992
   Order Number PB93-963242CDH, price: PC A06/MF A02
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Solid Waste and Emergency Response; Dec 92
   The publication  provides general Superfund background in-
   formation and descriptions of activities at each State Nation-
   al Priorities List (NPL) site. It clearly describes what the prob-
   lems are, what  EPA and others participating in site cleanups
   are doing, and  how  the  nation  can move  ahead in solving
   these  serious problems. Compiles site summary fact sheets
   on each State  site being cleaned  up under the Superfund
   Program.
   Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
   posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
   and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available  in
   paper  copy  or microfiche. Also available as a package con-
   taining 49 NPL Sites, PB93-963250. 106p.
   Subject  index  keywords:  Hazardous materials, Pollution
   control, Texas, Superfund, National Priorities List, Cleanup.

 0275  National Priorities List Sites: The United States
   Territories, 1992
   Order Number PB93-963203CDH, price: PC A04/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Solid Waste and Emergency Response; Dec 92
   The publication provides  general Superfund  background in-
   formation and descriptions of activities  at each State Nation-
   al Priorities List  (NPL) site. It clearly describes what the prob-
   lems are, what EPA and others participating in site cleanups
   are doing, and  how the nation can move  ahead in solving
   these serious problems. Compiles site  summary fact sheets
   on  each State site being cleaned  up  under the Superfund
   Program.
  Specifications:  Paper copy  available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
  and Mexico; all  others $400). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. Also available as a package con-
  taining 49 NPL Sites, PB93-963250.  52p.
  Subject  index  keywords:   Hazardous materials,  Pollution
  control, American Samoa, Guam, Trust  territories, Superfund,
  National Priorities List, Cleanup.

0276   National Priorities List Sites: Utah
  Order Number PB91-921250CDH, price: PC A04/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and  Remedial  Response; Sep 90
  Together with the companion National Overview volume this
  publication provides general Superfund background informa-
  tion and descriptions of activities at each State National Pri-
  orities'List (NPL) site. The document is intended to clearly
  describe what the problems are, what  EPA  and  others par-
  ticipating in site cleanups are doing, and how the Nation can
  move ahead  in  solving these serious  problems. The  State
  volume compiles site  summary fact sheets on each  State
  site being cleaned up under the Superfund program.
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  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada
  and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. 54p.
  Subject  index keywords: Hazardous materials,  Pollution
  control, Utah, Superfund, Cleanup.
0277 National Priorities List Sites: Utah
  Order Number PB92-963215CDH, price: PC A04/MF A01
  Environmental  Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Sep 91
  Together with  the companion national overview volume the
  publication provides general Superfund background  informa-
  tion and descriptions of activities at each State National Pri-
  orities  List (NPL) site. The report clearly describes what the
  problems  are,  what EPA  and  others participating in  site
  cleanups are doing, and how the nation can  move ahead in
  solving these serious problems. Also included are sites sum-
  mary fact sheets on each  State site being cleaned up under
  the Superfund  program.
  Specifications: Available  on Standing  Order,  deposit ac-
  count  required (minimum  deposit $200 U.S., Canada,  and
  Mexico; all others  $400).  Single copies also  available in
  paper  copy or microfiche.  Also available as a package con-
  taining 49 NPL Sites Volumes and  1 National  Overview
  Volume, PB92-963253. See also PB91-921250. 63p.
  Subject  Index keywords: Hazardous  materials,  Pollution
  control, Utah, Superfund, National Priorities List, Cleanup.
0278  National  Priorities List Sites: Utah, 1992
  Order  Number PB93-963243CDH, price: PC A04/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response; Dec 92
  The publication provides general Superfund  background in-
  formation and descriptions of activities at each State Nation-
  al Priorities List (NPL) site. It clearly describes what the prob-
  lems are, what EPA and others participating  in site cleanups
  are doing, and how the nation can move ahead in solving
  these  serious  problems. Compiles site summary fact sheets
  on each  State site being cleaned up  under the Superfund
  Program.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account  required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
  and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. Also available as  a package con-
  taining 49 NPL Sites, PB93-963250. 64p.
  Subject  Index keywords: Hazardous materials,  Pollution
  control, Utah,  Superfund, National Priorities List, Cleanup.
 0279  National Priorities List Sites: Vermont
   Order Number PB91-921251CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Emergency and Remedial Response; Sep 90
  Together with the companion National Overview volume this
   publication provides general Superfund background informa-
   tion and descriptions of activities at each State National Pri-
   orities List (NPL) site. The document is intended to clearly
   describe  what the problems are, what EPA  and others par-
   ticipating in site cleanups are doing, and how the Nation can
   move ahead  in solving these serious problems. The State
   volume  compiles  site summary fact  sheets on each State
   site being cleaned up under the Superfund program.
   Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
   posit  account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada
  and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. 45p.
  Subject index  keywords:  Hazardous  materials,  Pollution
  control, Vermont, Superfund, Cleanup.

0280  National Priorities List Sites: Vermont
  Order Number PB92-963231CDH, price: PC A04/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Sep 91
  Together with the companion national overview volume  the
  publication provides general Superfund background informa-
  tion and descriptions of activities at each State National  Pri-
  orities List (NPL) site. The report clearly describes what  the
  problems  are, what EPA  and  others participating in  site
  cleanups are doing, and how the nation can move ahead in
  solving these serious problems. Also included are sites sum-
  mary fact  sheets on each State  site being cleaned up under
  the Superfund program.
  Specifications: Available on Standing  Order,  deposit  ac-
  count required (minimum deposit $200  U.S., Canada,  and
  Mexico; all others  $400).  Single copies also  available in
  paper copy or microfiche. Also available  as  a package con-
  taining 49 NPL  Sites Volumes and 1  National  Overview
  Volume, PB92-963253. See also PB91-921251. 57p.
  Subject  index keywords:  Hazardous  materials, Pollution
  control, Vermont, Superfund,  National Priorities List, Cleanup.

0281   National Priorities List Sites: Vermont, 1992
  Order Number PB93-963244CDH, price: PC A04/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Solid Waste and  Emergency Response; Dec  92
  The publication provides general  Superfund background in-
  formation  and descriptions of activities at each State Nation-
  al Priorities List (NPL) site. It  clearly describes what the prob-
  lems are,  what EPA and others  participating in site cleanups
  are doing, and how the nation  can move ahead in solving
  these serious problems. Compiles site summary fact sheets
  on each  State site being cleaned up under the Superfund
  Program.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on  Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
  and Mexico;  all others $400). Single copies  also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. Also  available as a package  con-
  taining 49 NPL Sites, PB93-963250. 58p.
  Subject  index  keywords:  Hazardous  materials, Pollution
  control, Vermont, Superfund, National Priorities List, Cleanup.

 0282  National Priorities List Sites: Virginia
  Order Number PB91-921252CDH, price: PC A04/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Sep 90
  Together with the companion National Overview volume this
  publication provides general Superfund  background informa-
  tion and descriptions of activities at each State National Pri-
  orities List (NPL) site. The document is  intended to clearly
  describe  what the problems are, what EPA and others  par-
  ticipating  in site  cleanups are doing, and how the Nation can
   move ahead in  solving these serious problems. The State
  volume compiles site summary fact sheets on each State
   site being cleaned up under the Superfund program.
   Specifications:  Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
   posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada
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    and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
    paper copy or microfiche. 75p.
    Subject index keywords:  Hazardous  materials,  Pollution
    control, Virginia, Superfund, Cleanup.

 0283  National Priorities List Sites: Virginia
    Order Number PB92-963217CDH, price: PC A05/MF A01
    Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
    Emergency and Remedial Response; Sep 91
    Together with  the companion national overview volume the
    publication provides general  Superfund background informa-
    tion and descriptions of activities at each State National Pri-
    orities List (NPL) site. The report clearly describes what the
   problems are, what EPA and  others  participating  in  site
   cleanups are doing, and  how the nation can move ahead in
   solving these serious problems. Also included are sites sum-
   mary fact sheets on each State site being cleaned up under
   the Superfund program.
   Specifications: Available  on Standing Order, deposit  ac-
   count required (minimum deposit $200 U.S.,  Canada and
   Mexico;  all others $400). Single copies also available in
   paper copy or  microfiche. Also available as a  package con-
   taining 49 NPL Sites Volumes  and 1  National Overview
   Volume, PB92-963253. See also PB91-921252. 83p.
   Subject index  keywords: Hazardous  materials,  Pollution
   control, Virginia, Superfund, National  Priorities  List, Cleanup.
 0284  National Priorities List Sites: Virginia, 1992
   Order Number PB93-963245CDH, price: PC A05/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Solid Waste and Emergency Response; Dec 92
   The publication provides  general  Superfund background in-
   formation and descriptions of activities at each  State Nation-
   al Priorities List (NPL) site. It clearly describes what the prob-
   lems are, what  EPA and others participating in  site cleanups
   are doing, and how  the nation can move ahead in solving
   these serious problems. Compiles site summary fact sheets
   on each State  site being  cleaned up under the Superfund
   Program.                                        K
   Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
   posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada
   and Mexico; all  others $400).  Single copies also available in
   paper copy or microfiche. Also available as a packaqe con-
  taining 49 NPL Sites, PB93-963250. 92p.
  Subject  index  keywords: Hazardous materials, Pollution
  control, Virginia, Superfund, National Priorities List, Cleanup.
0285 National Priorities List Sites: Washington
  Order Number PB91-921253CDH,  price: PC A07/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and  Remedial Response; Sep 90
  Together with the companion National  Overview volume this
  publication provides general Superfund background informa-
  tion and descriptions  of activities at each State  National Pri-
  orities List (NPL) site. The document is intended to clearly
  describe what the problems are, what EPA and others par-
  ticipating  in site cleanups are doing, and how the Nation can
  move  ahead in  solving these serious  problems. The State
 volume compiles site summary fact sheets on each  State
 site being cleaned up  under the Superfund program.
 Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order de-
 posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada
 and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available  in
 paper copy or microfiche. 130p.
   Subject index  keywords:  Hazardous  materials,  Pollution
   control, Washington(State), Superfund, Cleanup.

 0286  National Priorities List Sites: Washington
   Order Number PB92-963244CDH, price: PC A07/MF A02
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Emergency and Remedial Response; Sep 91
   Together with the  companion national overview volume the
   publication provides general  Superfund background informa-
   tion and descriptions of activities at each State National Pri-
   orities List (NPL) site. The report clearly describes what the
   problems  are, what EPA and  others participating  in  site
   cleanups are doing, and how the nation  can move ahead in
   solving these serious problems. Also included are sites sum-
   mary fact sheets on each State site being cleaned up under
   the Superfund program.
   Specifications: Available  on Standing  Order, deposit  ac-
   count required (minimum deposit $200  U.S.,  Canada, and
   Mexico;  all  others $400). Single copies also available in
   paper copy or microfiche. Also available as a  package con-
   taining  49  NPL  Sites  Volumes  and  1  National Overview
   Volume, PB92-963253. See also PB91-921253. 139p.
   Subject index  keywords: Hazardous materials, Pollution
   control,  Washington(State),  Superfund,  National  Priorities
   List, Cleanup.

 0287  National Priorities List Sites: Washington, 1992
   Order Number PB93-963246CDH, price: PC A08/MF A02
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Solid Waste and Emergency Response; Dec 92
   The publication provides general  Superfund  background in-
   formation and descriptions of activities at each  State Nation-
   al Priorities List (NPL) site. It clearly describes what the prob-
   lems are, what EPA and others participating in  site cleanups
   are doing,  and how the nation can move ahead  in solving
   these serious problems. Compiles site summary fact sheets
   on each State site being cleaned up under the Superfund
   Program.
   Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
   posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
   and Mexico; all others $400).  Single copies also available in
   paper copy or microfiche. Also available as a package con-
  taining 49 NPL Sites, PB93-963250. 158p.
  Subject  index keywords: Hazardous materials,  Pollution
  control,  Washington(State),  Superfund,  National  Priorities
  List, Cleanup.

0288 National Priorities List Sites: West Virginia
  Order Number PB91-921254CDH, price:  PC A03/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency  and Remedial Response; Sep 90
  Together with the  companion National Overview volume this
  publication provides  general Superfund background informa-
  tion and descriptions of activities at each State  National Pri-
  orities List (NPL) site. The document is intended to  clearly
  describe what the problems are, what EPA and others par-
  ticipating in  site cleanups are doing, and how the Nation can
  move  ahead in solving these serious problems. The  State
 volume compiles site summary fact sheets on each  State
 site being cleaned up under the Superfund program.
 Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
 posit account  required  (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada
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  and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. 39p.
  Subject  index keywords: Hazardous materials, Pollution
  control, West Virginia, Superfund, Cleanup.

0289  National Priorities List Sites: West Virginia
  Order Number PB92-963229CDH, price: PC A04/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Sep 91
  Together with the companion national overview volume the
  publication provides general Superfund background  informa-
  tion and descriptions of activities at each State National Pri-
  orities List (NPL) site. The report clearly describes what the
  problems  are,  what EPA  and  others participating in  site
  cleanups are doing, and how the nation  can  move ahead in
  solving these serious problems.  Also included are sites sum-
  mary fact sheets on each State site being cleaned up under
  the Superfund program.
  Specifications: Available on Standing  Order,  deposit ac-
  count required (minimum  deposit  $200  U.S., Canada,  and
  Mexico;  all others  $400).  Single  copies also  available in
  paper copy or  microfiche. Also  available as a package con-
  taining 49  NPL Sites  Volumes and  1  National Overview
  Volume, PB92-963253. See also PB91-921254. 51 p.
  Subject  index keywords: Hazardous  materials,  Pollution
  control,  West  Virginia, Superfund, National  Priorities  List,
  Cleanup.
 0290  National Priorities List Sites: West Virginia, 1992
  Order Number PB93-963247CDH, price: PC A04/MF A01
  Environmental  Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response; Dec 92
  The publication provides general Superfund background in-
  formation and descriptions of activities at each State Nation-
   al Priorities List (NPL) site.  It clearly describes what  the prob-
   lems are, what EPA and others participating  in site  cleanups
   are doing,  and how the nation can move ahead in solving
   these serious problems. Compiles site summary fact sheets
   on each  State site  being  cleaned up under the Superfund
   Program.
   Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
   posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
   and Mexico; all others  $400). Single copies also available in
   paper copy or microfiche.  Also available as  a package con-
   taining 49 NPL Sites, PB93-963250. 54p.
   Subject  Index keywords: Hazardous materials,  Pollution
   control,  West Virginia, Superfund, National Priorities List,
   Cleanup.
 0291   National Priorities List Sites: Wisconsin
   Order Number PB91-921255CDH, price: PC A06/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC.  Office of
   Emergency and Remedial Response; Sep 90
   Together with the companion National Overview volume this
   publication provides general Superfund  background informa-
   tion and descriptions of activities at each State National Pri-
   orities List (NPL) site. The document is intended  to clearly
   describe what the problems are, what  EPA and others par-
   ticipating in site cleanups are doing, and how the Nation can
   move ahead in  solving these  serious  problems. The State
   volume compiles site  summary fact  sheets on each State
   site being cleaned up under the Superfund program.
   Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
   posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada
  and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche, 117p.
  Subject index  keywords: Hazardous  materials,  Pollution
  control, Wisconsin, Superfund, Cleanup.

0292  National Priorities List Sites: Wisconsin
  Order Number PB92-963243CDH, price: PC A06/MF A02
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Sep 91
  Together with the companion national overview volume  the
  publication provides general Superfund background informa-
  tion and descriptions of activities at each State National  Pri-
  orities List (NPL) site. The report clearly  describes what  the
  problems  are, what EPA and  others participating  in  site
  cleanups are  doing, and how the nation can move ahead in
  solving these serious problems. Also included are sites sum-
  mary  fact  sheets on each State  site being cleaned up under
  the Superfund program.
  Specifications: Available on Standing  Order,  deposit  ac-
  count required  (minimum  deposit $200  U.S.,  Canada,  and
  Mexico; all  others  $400). Single copies also  available in
  paper copy or microfiche. Also available  as a package con-
  taining 49 NPL Sites Volumes and 1  National  Overview
  Volume, PB92-963253. See also PB91-921255. 122p.
  Subject  index keywords:  Hazardous  materials, Pollution
  control, Wisconsin, Superfund, National Priorities List, Clean-
  up.
 0293  National Priorities List Sites: Wisconsin, 1992
  Order Number PB93-963248CDH, price: PC A07/MF A02
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency  Response; Dec 92
  The  publication provides general Superfund background in-
  formation and descriptions of activities at each State Nation-
  al Priorities List (NPL) site. It clearly describes what the prob-
  lems are, what EPA and others participating in site cleanups
  are doing, and how the nation can  move ahead  in solving
  these serious problems.  Compiles site summary fact sheets
  on each  State site  being cleaned up under the Superfund
   Program.
   Specifications: Paper copy  available on Standing Order, de-
   posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
   and  Mexico; all others $400). Single  copies also available in
   paper copy or microfiche. Also available as a package  con-
   taining 49 NPL Sites, PB93-963250. 127p.
   Subject  index keywords:   Hazardous  materials, Pollution
   control, Wisconsin, Superfund, National Priorities  List, Clean-
   up.
 0294  National Priorities! List Sites: Wyoming
   Order Number PB91-921256CDH, price:  PC A03/MF  A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Emergency and Remedial Response; Sep 90
   Together with the companion National Overview volume this
   publication  provides general Superfund  background  informa-
   tion  and  descriptions of  activities at  each State National Pri-
   orities  List  (NPL)  site. The  document is intended to clearly
   describe what the problems are, what EPA and others par-
   ticipating in  site cleanups are doing,  and how the Nation can
   move ahead in solving  these  serious problems.  The  State
   volume compiles  site summary fact sheets on  each  State
   site  being cleaned up under the Superfund program.
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    Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order de-
    posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada
    and Mexico;  all others $400). Single copies also available in
    paper copy or microfiche. 35p.
    Subject index keywords:  Hazardous materials, Pollution
    control, Wyoming, Super-fund, Cleanup.

  0295  National Priorities List Sites: Wyoming
    Order Number PB92-963238CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
    Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
    Emergency and Remedial Response; Sep 91
    Together with the companion national  overview volume the
    publication provides general Superfund background informa-
    tion and descriptions of activities at each State National Pri-
    orities List  (NPL) site. The report clearly describes what the
    problems  are, what EPA and  others  participating in site
    cleanups are  doing,  and  how the nation can move ahead in
    solving these  serious problems. Also included are sites sum-
    mary fact sheets on each State site being cleaned up under
    the Superfund program.
    Specifications: Available on  Standing Order, deposit ac-
    count required (minimum deposit  $200 U.S., Canada  and
    Mexico; all others $400). Single  copies  also available in
   paper copy or microfiche. Also available as a package con-
   taining 49  NPL Sites Volumes and 1 National  Overview
   Volume, PB92-963253. See also PB91-921256. 47p.
   Subject index  keywords:  Hazardous  materials, Pollution
   control, Wyoming,  Superfund, National Priorities List, Clean-


 0296  National  Priorities List Sites: Wyoming, 1992
   Order Number PB93-963249CDH, price:  PC A03/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC.  Office of
   Solid Waste and Emergency Response; Dec 92
   The publication provides  general Superfund background in-
   formation and  descriptions of activities at each State Nation-
   al Priorities List (NPL) site. It clearly describes what the prob-
   lems are, what EPA and others participating in site cleanups
   are doing, and how the nation can move  ahead  in solving
   these serious problems. Compiles site summary fact sheets
   on each State site being  cleaned  up under the Superfund
   Program.
   Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
   posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U S  Canada
   and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
   paper copy or  microfiche.  Also available as a package con-
   taining  49 NPL Sites, PB93-963250. 41 p.
  Subject  index keywords: Hazardous  materials,  Pollution
  control,  Wyoming, Superfund, National Priorities list Clean-
  up.                                      •(.-•

0297 National Priorities List Sites (1992)
  Order Number PB93-963250CDH, price: PC$700.00
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response; 1992
  Specifications:  Package  includes 49  NPL  Sites PB93-
  963201 through PB93-963249. 4835p-in 49v.
  0298  National Superfund Program Priorities, Fiscal Year
    1994
    Order Number PB94-963221CDH, price: PC A01/MF A01
    Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
    Solid Waste and Emergency Response; 31 Jan 94
    The memorandum provides the FY 1994 National Superfund
    Program Priorities for Regions and Headquarters. There are
    nine major  Superfund  priorities:  Accelerated Cleanup  and
    Emergency Response; Enforcement First; Enforcement Fair-
    ness; Military Base Closure; NPL Construction Completions;
    Contracts Management; Environmental Justice and Meaning-
   ful Community Involvement; Enhancement of State Role and
    Development of Deferral  Options; and Innovative Technol-
   ogies.
   Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
   posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S.,  Canada,
   and Mexico; all  others $400). Single copies also available in
   paper copy  or microfiche. 3p.
   Subject index keywords: Superfund, Hazardous materials,
   Waste management.

 0299  Progress Toward Implementing Superfund. Fiscal
   Year 1988
   Order Number PB90-249442CDH, price: PC A21/MF A03
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Emergency and Remedial Response; Apr 90
   The EPA's Annual Report includes the progress made by the
   Agency during Fiscal Year 1988 in implementin CERCLA (or
   Superfund),  as amended by the Superfund Amendments and
   Reauthorization Act (SARA) of 1986. The report provides an
   overall perspective  on  progress in 1988, and, in addition,
   also contains information that Congress specifically request-
   ed,  including a  detailed description  of  each of the  152
   Records  of Decision (RODs) that were signed in fiscal year
   1988; a report on the status of remedial  actions, including
   enforcement  activity, in  progress  at the end of the fiscal
   year;  and an evaluation of newly  developed feasible  and
  achievable permanent treatment technologies.
  Specifications: See also PB89-233548. 479p.
  Subject index keywords:  National government, Hazardous
  materials, Waste  disposal, Pollution control, Superfund.

0300  Progress Toward Implementing Superfund. Fiscal
  Year 1989
  Order Number PB91-921204CDH, price: PC A16/MF A02
  Environmental Protection  Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Dec 90
  The EPA's Annual Report includes the progress made by the
  Agency in implementing  the national hazardous waste law
  and its amendments (CERCLA and SARA). The reports pro-
  vide an overall perspective  on progress, contain information
  that Congress specifically requested, and an  evaluation  of
  newly developed  feasible and achieveable permanent treat-
  ment technologies.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $100 U.S., Canada,
  and  Mexico; all others $200). Single copies also available in
  paper  copy or microfiche.  Supersedes PB91-921201 See
  also PB90-249442. 369p.
  Subject index keywords: National government, Hazardous
  materials, Waste disposal, Pollution control, Superfund.
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0301  Progress Toward Implementing Superfund, Fiscal
  Year 1990: A Report to the Congress
  Order Number PB92-963256CDH, price: PC E05/MF A04
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Feb 92
  Section 301 (h)  of the Comprehensive Environmental Re-
  sponse, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA, or Super-
  fund), as amended by the  Superfund Amendments  and Re-
  authorization  Act  (SARA) of 1986, requires  the Agency to
  report annually on response activities and accomplishments,
  and to compare  remedial  and enforcement projects with
  those undertaken  in previous fiscal years. The Environmental
  Protection  Agency (EPA),  at  the  end of fiscal year  1990
  (FY90), was well  on its  way toward intensifying the Super-
  fund program. Its  accomplishments indicate the Agency's ac-
  celerated success in implementing the Superfund  program.
  The Agency aggressively seeks potentially responsible party
  (PRP) involvement at every site where PRPs are  identified.
  The Report  contains information  Congress specifically  re-
  quested in Section  301(h)(1),  including an abstract of each
  Record of  Decision  (ROD)  that was signed in FY90; a report
  on the  status of remedial actions,  including enforcement ac-
  tivity in progress at the end of the fiscal year; and an evalua-
  tion of newly developed feasible  and  achievable  treatment
  technologies; and a description of minority firm participation
   in Superfund contracts and efforts to encourage such partici-
   pation.
   Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
   posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
   and Mexico;  all others $400). Single copies  also available in
   paper copy or microfiche. 400p.
   Subject Index keywords: Superfund, Waste management,
   Hazardous materials, Pollution regulations.
 0302  Progress Toward  Implementing Superfund,  Fiscal
   Year 1991. Report to Congress
   Order Number PB94-963234CDH, price: PC A22/MF A04
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Emergency and Remedial  Response; Feb 94
   The Environmental  Protection Agency (EPA) continued  its
   progress in protecting public health, welfare, and the environ-
   ment through  the  Superfund program in fiscal year 1991
   (FY91). As it completed the  eleventh year of the program,
   the Agency  reported clean-up work progress or completion
   at 93  percent of the 1,207  sites on  the National Priorities
   List. The FY91 accomplishments reflect activities initiated by
   the 30-Day Task Force  and continued success in implement-
   ing A  Management Review of the  Superfund Program  (the
   FY89 90-Day Study) (PB90-153883).
   Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing  Order, de-
   posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
   and Mexico; all others  $400). Single copies also available in
   paper copy or microfiche.  522p.
   Subject Index keywords: Superfund, Hazardous materials,
   Waste management.
  0303  RCRA, Superfund Monthly Hot  Line Reports
    Order Number PB92-922400CDH, price: Subscription, call for
    price
    Environmental Protection  Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
    Solid Waste; 1992
    The RCRA/SF Hotline quickly responds to questions related
    to the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA), the
    comprehensive  Environmental Response, Compensation and
 Liability  Act  (CERCLA), Underground Storage Tanks (UST)
 program, the Superfund Amendments  Reauthorization Act
 (SARA)  and the Chemical emergency Preparedness (CEPP)
 Community Right-to-know Act/Title III program. The hotline is
 the mechanism for EPA's response to inquiries  from the
 public and regulated community; the referral  point  for docu-
 ment availability; the dissemination of changing information;
 and  the primary means for answering factual questions on
 EPA regulations and  policies. The Monthly Hotline Reports
 contain  questions posed by the callers  that were either sig-
 nificant  and  required the EPA to resolve the issues or were
 the  most  frequently asked questions. Also included in  the
 Reports are the  Federal Register  summaries, publications
 availabilities, and call statistics.
 Specifications: Available on  subscription, U.S., Canada, and
 Mexico  price $96.00; price for others $192.00. Also available
 individually.  Back  year sets and indexes are available to
 1982. 12 issues.
 Subject index keywords: Hazardous materials, Government
 policies, Law(Jurisprudence), Pollution abatement,  Periodi-
 cals, Superfund.
0304  SARA (Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization
 Act) Section 313 Roadmaps Data Base. User's Manual.
 Version 2.10
  Order Number PB90-174855CDH, price: PC A05/MF A01
  IGF Inc  Fairfax, VA.; Environmental Protection Agency,
  Washington, DC. Office of Toxic Substances; 14 Jul 89
  EPA has  developed a database of sources of information on
  the chemicals listed in section 313 of the Superfund Amend-
  ments and  Reauthorization Act (SARA). The database is in-
  tended to assist users of section  313 Toxic Release  Invento-
  ry data to perform exposure and risk assessments of these
  chemicals. The Roadmaps system  displays and/or prints in-
  formation for the SARA section 313 chemicals on  health and
  environmental  effects, Federal regulation, and state air and
  water regulations, monitoring data, and state contacts.
  Specifications:  For system on diskettes, see PB90-501487.
  See also PB90-501479. Sponsored by Environmental Protec-
  tion Agency, Washington, DC. Office  of  Toxic Substances.
  87p.
  Subject index keywords: Exposure, Risk, Toxic substances.

 0305  Smart Moves in Superfund - Regional Initiatives.
  Volume  1, Number 1, February 1992
  Order Number PB92-963272CDH, price: PC A01/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Emergency and Remedial Response; Feb 92
   The bulletin serves as an exchange for Regional  information
   in Superfund. The issue has the following contents: region 6
   to cut time between NF'L listing and design; region 4 encour-
   ages PRPs to start remedial designs before consent decree;
   region 3 eliminates statement of work; suggestion box; revi-
   talization team meets on potential pilots; and voice of the re-
   gions.
   Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
   posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
   and Mexico; all  others $400). Single copies also  available in
   paper copy or microfiche. 4p.
   Subject index  keywords: Superfund, Waste  management,
   Hazardous materials, Office of Solid Waste and  Emergency
   Response.
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 0306  Smart Moves in Superfund - Regional Pilots and
   hiitiatives. Volume 1, Number 2, September  1992
   Order Number PB93-963283CDH,  price: PC A01/MF A01
   o  rl^?,"10"*3' Protection Agency,  Washington, DC. Office of
   bolid Waste and Emergency Response; Sep 92
   The  issue of  the Smart  Moves in Superfund  bulletin series
   highlights regional pilots and initiatives to streamline cleanup
   through the Superfund Accelerated Cleanup Model.
   Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order de-
   posit account  required (minimum deposit $200  U.S Canada
   and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
   paper copy or microfiche. 4p.
   Subject index keywords: Waste management, Superfund
   Hazardous materials, Superfund Accelerated Cleanup Model!

 0307  Smart Moves in Superfund - Revitalization One Year
   Later. Volume 1, Number 3, January 1993
   Order Number PB93-963284CDH, price: PC A01/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington,  DC. Office of
   bond Waste and Emergency Response; Jan 93
   The issue  of the  Smart Moves in Superfund bulletin series
   provides an update on the realization effort, highlighting
   National Prionties  List (NPL) construction completions, accel-
   erating  cleanup, the Superfund Accelerated Cleanup Model
   risk assessment/risk management, contracts  management'
   enforcement policy/equity, interagency cooperation,  public
   forms, and  state meetings.
   Specifications: Paper  copy available on Standing Order de-
   posit account required  (minimum deposit $200 U.S. Canada
  and Mexico; all others  $400). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. 4p.
  Subject index keywords: Superfund,  Waste management
  Hazardous  materials, Office of Solid  Waste and Emergency
  Response.                                            *

0308  Some  Major Factors important in Establishing Land
  Use Policy for Remediated Superfund Sites
  Order Number PB90-256686CDH, price: PC A04/MF A01
  Georgia Univ., Athens.;  Environmental Protection Agency
  Washington, DC. Office of Cooperative Environmental
  Management; Dec  89
  The report is part of the National Network for Environmental
  Management Studies under the auspices of the Office of Co-
  operative Environmental Management of the U.S  Environ-
  mental Protection Agency.  No explicit federal policy address-
  es future land use of remediated Superfund sites. The EPA
  has no official land use  policy for these sites and most states
  have no mechanisms for identifying uncontrolled hazardous
 waste  sites, and no policies or procedures  for guiding  rede-
 velopment of remediated sites. Historically, land  use  deci-
 sions have been made by local governments. However  local
 governments are subject to political pressures which impact
 land use decisions,  and may override  environmental  and
 health  concerns. Thus, federal and state participation is vital
 in devising land  use controls. In the absence of formal policy
 a variety of factors impact  land use decisions. Four general
 concerns are scientific  uncertainty and technological limita-
 tions, cleanup standards and  risk assessment,  institutional
 controls,  and liability for remediation costs.  The report con-
 c udes  that the principal goal of land use policy should be to
 allow the most effective allocation and utilization  of available
 resources to meet the legislative purpose of  health and  envi-
 ronmental protection. Various possible land use policy objec-
 tives are proposed.                                   J
    Specifications:   Sponsored  by  Environmental  Protection
    Agency, Washington, DC. Office of Cooperative Environmen-
    tal Management. 54p.
    Subject index keywords:  Land use, Hazardous materials,
    Waste  disposal,  Law(Jurisprudence),  Superfund, Remedial
    action.

  0309  Status of Regional Superfund Pilots: End-of-Year
    Report
    Order Number PB94-963216CDH, price: PC A07/MF A02
    Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
    Solid Waste and Emergency Response; Dec 93
    In 1991 and 1992, the Office of Solid Waste and Emergency
    Response (OSWER)  began major efforts to streamline and
    accelerate Superfund response activities. In a statement on
    October 2, 1991, the  USEPA Administrator approved the Su-
    perfund 30-Day Task  Force Implementation Plan (October 1,
    1991) which identified aggressive cleanup targets and strate-
    gies for streamlining and 'revitalizing' the Superfund process
    Following this  Introduction, Part II of the  report contains an
    index of pilot activities and key contacts; Part III provides ab-
    stracts on each pilot; and Part IV describes  in detail the
   goals of each pilot, its status, evaluation plan, and results to
   date.

   Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
   posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
   and Mexico;  all others $400). Single copies also available in
   paper copy or microfiche. 133p.
   Subject index keywords: Superfund, Waste management
   Hazardous materials.

 0310  Superfund Administrative Improvements. Executive
   Summary
   Order Number PB93-963294CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Solid Waste and Emergency Response; 23 Jun 93
   The report focuses on administrative  improvements  to the
   Superfund program  suggested by the Superfund  Administra-
   tive  Improvements Task Force. Specific topics include en-
   hancing  enforcement fairness  and   reducing   transaction
   costs; enhancing cleanup effectiveness and consistency; en-
   hancing meaningful public involvement; and enhancing the
   state role in the Superfund program.
   Specifications:  Paper  copy available on Standing Order, de-
   posit account required  (minimum deposit $225 U.S., Canada,
   and  Mexico; all  others  $450). Single copies also available in
   paper copy or microfiche. See also PB93-963295.  19p.
  Subject index keywords: Superfund, Hazardous materials,
  Waste disposal.

0311   Superfund Administrative Improvements. Final
  Report
  Order Number PB93-963295CDH, price:  PC A04/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response; 23 Jun 93
  The  report focuses  on administrative improvements to  the
  Superfund program  suggested by the Superfund  Administra-
  tive Improvements Task  Force.  Specific topics include  en-
  hancing enforcement  fairness  and reducing  transaction
  costs; enhancing cleanup effectiveness and consistency;  en-
  hancing meaningful public involvement; and enhancing  the
  state role in the Superfund program.
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  posit account required (minimum deposit $225 U.S., Canada,
  and Mexico; all others $450). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. See also PB93-963294. 54p.
  Subject index keywords: Superfund, Waste disposal, Haz-
  ardous materials.
0312  Superfund Administrative Improvements:
  Reinventing Superfund
  Order Number PB94-963210CDH, price: PC A01/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response; Nov 93
  The Superfund Administrative Improvements initiatives are a
  comprehensive package  of administrative changes designed
  to make significant improvements to the Superfund program
  prior to Superfund reauthorization. Announced in June 1993,
  these initiatives have had an immediate impact on improving
  the pace, cost and fairness of Superfund. The fact sheet de-
  scribes the themes, background  and  each initiative of the
  Administrative Improvements effort. The fact sheet also de-
  scribes major activities which  have been completed during
  the  first three months of implementation, as well as those
  that are currently  underway and planned to be  completed
  over the next 12 months.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
   posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
   and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available  in
   paper copy or microfiche. 4p.
   Subject index keywords: Superfund,  Pollution regulations,
   Administrative procedures.
 0313  Superfund Emergency Response Actions:  A
   Summary of Federally-Funded Removals. Fifth  Annual
   Report - Fiscal Year 1990
   Order Number PB92-963403CDH, price: PC A08/MF A02
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Emergency and Remedial Response; Oct 91
   The Superfund removal  program has achieved significant ac-
   complishments in  responding to environmental emergencies,
   cleaning up hazardous  waste  sites, and making  sites safe.
   For this reason, EPA publishes the  Superfund  Emergency
   Response Actions summary, which provides the public with
   valuable information about Superfund removal actions under-
   taken by EPA. This document is updated annually. The Fifth
   Annual Report, which is the fourth update to the  initial docu-
   ment, summarizes the Superfund removal actions completed
   by EPA between October 1989 and September 1990.
   Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
    posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
    and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
    paper copy or microfiche. See also PB90-921260. 159p.
    Subject index keywords: Superfund,  Hazardous materials,
    Emergency planning, Remedial action, Waste management,
    Emergency Response Program, Remedial response.
  0314 Superfund Emergency Response Actions: A
    Summary of Federally Funded Removals. Fourth Annual
    Report - Fiscal Year 1989
    Order Number PB91-921260CDH, price: PC A07/MF A01
    Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office  of
    Emergency and Remedial Response; Sep 90
    Summarizes short-term actions  (removals) undertaken  by
    EPA and the U.S. Coast Guard in response to hazardous
    substance incidents. The documents present an  historical
  perspective of the program and summarize removal actions
  taken.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
  and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. 130p.
  Subject index keywords: Superfund, Emergency  planning,
  Hazardous materials, Waste management,  Remedial  re-
  sponse.
0315  Superfund Emergency Response Actions: A
  Summary of Federally-Funded Removals. Sixth Annual
  Report, Fiscal Year 1991
  Order Number PB92-963421CDH, price: PC A09/MF A02
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC.  Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Oct 92
  The Superfund removal program has achieved significant ac-
  complishments in responding to environmental emergencies,
  cleaning up  hazardous waste sites, and  making sites safe.
  For this reason,  EPA publishes  the Superfund Emergency
  Response Actions summary, which provides the public with
  valuable information about Superfund removal actions under-
  taken by EPA. This document is updated  annually.  The Sixth
  Annual Report, which is the fifth update  to the initial docu-
  ment, summarizes the Superfund removal actions completed
  by EPA between October 1990 and September 1991.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum  deposit  $200 U.S., Canada,
  and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
  paper  copy or microfiche. See also PB92-963403. 192p.
  Subject index keywords: Superfund, Emergency planning,
  Public information, Hazardous materials, Waste management,
   Remedial action.
 0316  Superfund Emergency Response Actions: A
   Summary of Federally-Funded Removals. Volume 1
   Order Number PB90-197310CDH, price: PC A10/MF A02
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Emergency  and Remedial Response; May 87
   The document is a summary of short-term actions (removals)
   undertaken  by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and
   the U S  Coast Guard in response to hazardous substance
   incidents. The document presents a historical perspective of
   the program, summarizing  short-term  actions  completed
   during the five-year  authorized funding period of the Compre-
   hensive Environmental  Response, Compensation  and Liabil-
   ity Act (CERCLA), December 11, 1980, through  September
   30 1985 and those actions taken during October 1,  1985
   through September 30, 1986 that were funded primarily by
   two special appropriations from Congress.  The Superfund
   Emergency Response Actions summary  is the first document
   to be published aggregating short-term response  information
   for all six years. As the Superfund removal program contin-
   ues, EPA intends to publish annual updates of the document.
   Specifications: See also Volume 2, PB90-197328. 196p.
   Subject index keywords: Hazardous materials,  Waste dis-
   posal, History, Removal, Superfund program, Remedial  ac-
   tions.
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  0317  Superfund Emergency Response Actions: A
    Summary of Federally-Funded Removals. Volume 2
    Order Number PB90-197328CDH, price: PC A06/MF A01
    Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC Office of
    Emergency and Remedial Response; Jun 88
    Serves as the second annual report for public use on short-
    rQ?« reTya aCt'°ns undertaken by EPA between October
    i a«6 and June 1988.

    Specifications:  See also Volume 1, PB90-197310. 11 Op.
    Subject  index keywords: Hazardous materials, Waste dis-
    posal, History, Removal, Superfund  program, Remedial ac-


 0318  Superfund Emergency Response Actions- A
   Summary of Federally Funded Removals. Volume 3
   Order Number PB90-214354CDH, price: PC A06/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   faolid Waste and Emergency Response; Jun 89
   Volume III summarizes short-term removal activities complet-
   ed during the eighth year of the Superfund program  The
   document is presented as a series of matrices that are orga-
   nized numerically by Region and  alphabetically by State and
   fn nrmT with!n,fach Re9ion- "  contains the same types  of
   nformation included in Volume I and II.  EPA intends to con-
   tinue providing the information in future updates. Inquiries re-
   garding information contained in the document should be re-
   ferred to the appropriate EPA Regional  office. A list of EPA
   Snnaand  **"?? delineatin9 the  States within each
   Region are provided in the report. In addition, the document
   includes a listing  of sites found in Volumes I and II  These
   sites are  listed alphabetically by State within their respective
   Regions.  In the back of the report, there is also an alphabeti-
   cal index of all sites in Volumes I,  II, and III.
   Specifications:  See also PB90-197310.  125p.

  S*]ew, "J016,*  keywords:  Hazardous materials,  Site sur-
  veys, Waste disposal, Superfund  program, Remedial action,
  Emergency plans, Cleanup operations, Land  pollution con-
  trol, Waste management.

0319  Superfund: EPA/ICMA Superfund Revitalization
  Conference. Held in Chicago, Illinois on November 12-13,

  Order Number PB93-963274CDH, price: PC A04/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Solid Waste and  Emergency Response; Apr 93
  The summary report outlines the comments made by the in-
  troductory  speakers as well as the conclusions drawn from
 the  group  discussions. The report highlights those  recom-
 mendations that were strongly endorsed  by a large number
 ri fffo t      The ?POrt also identifies P°ints on which the
 different groups could not reach consensus.
 Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order de-
 posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U S  Canada
 and  Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
 paper copy or microfiche. 52p.
 Subject index keywords: Superfund, Hazardous materials
 Waste management, Meetings.
   0320  Superfund: EPA/ICMA Superfund Revitalization
     Conference. Held in San Francisco, California on
     February 1-2, 1993
     Order Number PB94-963202CDH, price: PC A04/MF A01
     Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
     bolid Waste and Emergency Response; Oct 93
     The report summarizes comments from the regional confer-
     ence held in San Francisco in  February 1993 on  improvinq
     the Superfund program.
     Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order de-
     posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U S Canada
    and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
    paper copy or microfiche. 52p.
    Subject index keywords: Superfund,  Hazardous materials
    Waste management,  Meetings.

  0321  SUPERFUND: Focusing on the Nation at Large. A
    Decade of Progress at National Priorities List Sites
    Order Number PB91-921202CDH, price: Standing Order, call
    for price
    Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   • Solid Waste and Emergency Response; Sep 90
    The National volume  of the public document series provides
    a progress report on  the cleanup of Superfund sites, site-by-
    site. The document explains the progress and the challenges
    facing the nations. The  publication describes  sites that are
    deemed to be of national priority and provides information on
    their cleanup progress. In addition to this volume, there will
    be state-specific volumes available during early 1991.
    Specifications: Paper copy available on  Standing Order de-
    posit account required (minimum  deposit $100  U.S  Canada
    and Mexico; all others $200).  Single copies also  available in
    paper copy or microfiche. 102p.
   Subject index keywords: Hazardous materials,  Waste  dis-
   posal, Pollution control, Superfund, Cleanup.

 0322  Superfund: Focusing on the Nation at Large. A
   Decade of Progress at National Priorities List Sites
   Order Number PB91-921207CDH, price: PC A06/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Emergency and Remedial Response; Sep 90
   The publication summarizes the progress  made in hazardous
   site clean-up of sites on the National Priorities  List (NPL) It
   also provides a  state-by-state summary  of 422 improved
   sites. 'Superfund: Focusing on  the Nation at Large' is supple-
   mented by  individual State books which contain detailed in-
   formation on all 1,236 NPL sites.
   Specifications: Paper  copy available on Standing Order de-
   posit account required  (minimum deposit $200 U S  Canada
   and Mexico; all others  $400). Single copies also available in
   paper copy  or microfiche. Supersedes  PB91-921202  See
  also PB91-921209 through PB91-921258. 103p.
  Subject index keywords: Superfund, Hazardous materials
  Remedial action,  Pollution control, National Priorities List
  Cleanup.

0323 Superfund: Focusing on the Nation  at Large. 1991
  Update
  Order Number PB92-963252CDH, price: PC A05/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Sep 91
  The report summarizes  the progress made in the cleanup of
  sites on the National Priorities  List (NPL).  It also provides a
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  stale-by-state summary of 422 improved sites. Supplemented
  by the individual State books which contain detailed informa-
  tion on all 1245 sites.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
  and  Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. See also PB92-963253 and PB91-
  921207. 88p.
  Subject  index keywords: Hazardous  materials,  Pollution
  contra), Superfund, National Priorities List.
 0324  Superfund Policy  Forum Update, Volume 1, Number
   1. February 1992
   Order Number PB92-963262CDH, price: PC A02/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Emergency and Remedial Response; Feb 92
   The purpose of the bulletin is  to keep  all Superfund staff
   members knowledgeable and informed about reauthonzation
   issues and events through periodic newsletter updates.
   Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
   posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
   and Mexico; all others  $400). Single copies also available in
   paper copy or microfiche. 6p.
   Subject index keywords: Government policies,  Hazardous
   materials, Project management, Meetings, Superfund, Com-
   prehensive  Environmental Response Compensation  and Li-
   abilities Act(CERCLA), Reauthorization issues.

 0325   Superfund Progress - Aficionado's Version:
   Progress as of June 30,1992              „,.,,-.„.,
   Order Number PB92-963278CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Emergency and Remedial Response; 30 Jun 92
   The quarterly Superfund Progress reports  on the strides the
   Superfund program is making towards protecting  people and
   the environment from  the  hazards of uncontrolled chemical
   releases. The Aficionado's Version of Superfund Progress
   provides more detailed statistical information.  The Summer
   1992 Superfund Progress highlights the Environmental Re-
   sponse Team,  the Superfund  Accelerated Cleanup Model,
   and the Superfund Progress Report - making polluters pay
   for cleanup.
    Specifications:  Paper  copy available on Standing Order, de-
    posit account required (minimum deposit $200  U.S.,  Canada,
    and Mexico; all  others $400). Single copies also available in
    paper copy or microfiche.  See also PB92-963279 and PB92-
    963265. 16p.
    Subject index keywords: Protection, Hazardous materials.

  0326  Superfund Progress - Aficionado's Version
    (Progress as of March 31, 1992)
    Order Number PB92-963267CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
    Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
    Emergency and Remedial Response; Jun 92
    Superfund is the United States program for cleaning up un-
    controlled hazardous waste sites.  Established by the Com-
    prehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Li-
    ability Act (CERCLA)  of 1980, EPA records in its CERCLIS
    database  every hazardous waste  site considered for a Su-
     perfund cleanup and  every site where  a removal  action  is
     performed. The system tracks the identification, evaluation,
     and if necessary, cleanup of hazardous waste sites. The Re-
     medial  Project  managers in each EPA  Region, who oversee
     cleanup efforts, add information about the sites they manage
 to CERCLIS.  Currently, there are 35,984 sites  in CERCLIS.
 The Superfund Site Tally includes the current status of each
 CERCLIS site.
 Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
 posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
 and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
 paper copy or microfiche. 14p.
 Subject index  keywords: Hazardous materials, Waste dis-
 posal,   Pollution control,  Project management, Superfund,
 Comprehensive Environmental Response.

0327  Superfund Progress. Aficionado's Version.  Progress
  as of September 30, 1892
  Order Number PB93-963255CDH, price:  PC A03/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington,  DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Jan 93
  The issue of Superfund Progress Aficionado's Version pro-
  vides facts and figures as of September 30, 1992, for NPL
  site distribution,  emergency  removals, preliminary assess-
  ments/site inspections/the NPL, remedial investigations/fea-
  sibility studies/RODs, remedial action, and enforcement.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
  and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. 15p.
  Subject index keywords: Superfund,  Waste management,
  Hazardous materials, Office of Solid Waste and  Emergency
  Response.
 0328  Superfund Progress: Fall/Winter 1992
  Order  Number PB93-963254CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Emergency and Remedial Response; Jan 93
   The issue of Superfund Progress provides information on Su-
   perfund training programs, promoting local  involvement in
   Superfund, and a Superfund 1992 progress report.
   Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order de-
   posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
   and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also  available in
   paper copy or microfiche. 17p.
   Subject  index keywords:  Superfund,  Training  devices,
   Waste management, Hazardous materials, Personnel devel-
   opment.
 0329 Superfund Progress, Spring 1992
   Order Number PB92-963265CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Emergency and Remedial Response; May 92
   The report describes the Superfund removal program. The
   duties of the  on-scene coordinators who work at Emergency
   spills are described. Case studies at different  sites are  in-
   cluded and the progress made.
   Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
    posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
    and Mexico;  all others $400). Single  copies also available in
    paper copy or microfiche. 12p.
    Subject index keywords:  Hazardous  materials,  Pollution
    control, Project management, Superfund.
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  0330  Superfund Progress, Summer 1992
    Order Number PB92-963279CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
    Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
    Emergency and Remedial Response; Sep 92
    The quarterly Superfund  Progress report  reports  on the
    strides the Superfund program is making towards protecting
    people and the environment  from the hazards  of uncon-
    troled chemical releases. It portrays  facets of the program
    that often go unnoticed or unpublicized, reports  new devel-
    opments, and provides figures to  show what the program has
    accomplished. The  Summer 1992 Superfund Progress in-
    XSLnrf^"8 f" !h^ Environmental Response Team, the
    Superfund Accelerated Cleanup  Model, and  the Superfund
    Progress Report - Making Polluters Pay for Cleanup.
    Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order de-
    posit account required (minimum  deposit $200 U.S., Canada
    and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
    paper copy or microfiche. 15p.
    Subject index keywords: Protection, Hazardous materials,
    ouperfund.

 °3u1  Juperfund Reauthorization: NACEPT Subcommittee
    Handbook
    Order Number PB93-963298CDH,  price: PC A05/MF A02
    inr^,mental Protection Agency,  Washington, DC. Office of
   bond Waste and Emergency Response; 18 Jun 93
   The handbook for the NACEPT Subcommittee on Superfund
   reauthonzation  includes overview of  Superfund  regulatory
   framework, program status, background materials from meet-
   ings prior to June 1993, and a selection of critical analyses
   or buperfund.
   Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing  Order de-
   posit account required (minimum deposit $200  U.S., Canada
   and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
   paper copy or microfiche. 100p.

   Handbook"?6*  keywords: SuPerfund,  Pollution regulations,

 0332  Superfund Reform Act of 1994
   Order Number PB94-963239CDH, price: PC A10/MF A03
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Emergency and Remedial Response; Feb 94
  The legislation which would amend the Comprehensive Envi-
   iQfine^Do,eAP0nSe'JCompensation'  and  Liability Act of
   1980 (CERCLA), was developed through a lengthy process
    *£ °ap'tallzed on the expertise  of the many Superfund
  stakeholders - both inside and outside of government
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order  de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S.  Canada
  and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies  also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. 222p.
  Subject  index keywords: Superfund, Waste  management,
  i—Gcjislcition.

0333  Superfund: Report of the EPA Superfund
  Revitalization Public Meeting Held on June 24, 1992
  Volumes 1 and 2
  Order Number PB92-963288CDH, price: PC A06/MF A02
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Sep 92
  On June  24, 1992, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
  and its Superfund Revitalization Office helda meeting to en-
  courage public participation in identifying innovative, non-tra-
  ditional approaches to expedite the  Superfund cleanup proc-
    ess. The agenda was structured to focus on four particular
    topic areas: ways to speed up the Superfund cleanup pro-
    gram; ways to encourage and manage voluntary cleanups by
    potentially responsible parties; effective ways to involve the
    state, the community, and  other interested  parties  in the
    entire Superfund cleanup  process; and ways to realistically
    describe the expectations  of the Superfund program,  meas-
    ure its success  in achieving the program's goals, and com-
    municate these  goals and successes to interested parties.
    The  report, organized along the lines of the topics outlined
    above, documents suggestions that were made by attendees
    at the meeting, as well as written comments that were pre-
    pared specifically to  address  the issues  discussed at the
    meeting. The report also provides a summary of EPA follow-
   up actions currently under consideration.
   Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
   posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
   and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
   paper copy or microfiche. 102p.
   Subject index keywords:  Superfund, Meetings, Citizen par-
   ticipation, Remedial action,  Waste management, Cleanup op-
   erations.

 0334  Superfund Revitalization: Measures of Success
   Order Number PB94-963217CDH, price: PC  A04/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Emergency and Remedial Response; 7 Jan 94
   Table of Contents: Introduction; Valuing Superfund Cleanup-
   Accelerating Superfund Response; Communication Initiatives;
   and Contract Management.
   Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
   posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
   and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies  also available in
   paper copy or microfiche. 72p.
   Subject index keywords:  Superfund, Waste management
   Hazardous materials.


PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION:
Assessment &  Listing

0335  Amendment to Historical Definitions of NPL
  Deletion Start and Completion Dates
  Order Number PB93-963278CDH, price: PC A01/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency  Response; 8 Oct 92
  The memorandum amends two historical CERCLIS (Compre-
  hensive Environmental Response Compensation and Liability
  Information System) definitions of the NPL (National Priorities
  List) deletion process start and completion dates in the Su-
  perfund  Comprehensive  Accomplishments  Plan (SCAP)
  Manual of FY 1987 and the Superfund Program Management
  Manual of FY 1988.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
  and  Mexico; all others  $400). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. 2p.
  Subject index keywords: Superfund, Waste management,
  Hazardous materials, Superfund Comprehensive Accomplish-
  ments  Plan,  Office  of Solid  Waste and Emergency  Re-
  sponse.
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0336  Clarification of Delegation to Approve Consistency
  Exemptions at NPL Sites
  Order Number PB93-963281CDH, price: PC A01/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Solid Waste and  Emergency Response; 3 Jun 92
  The directive clarifies Regional authority to approve exemp-
  tions from the $2 million statutory limit on Superfund removal
  actions.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
  and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
  paper or microfiche. 2p.
  Subject Index keywords:  Superfund, Waste management,
  Hazardous materials, Office of Solid Waste and Emergency
  Response.
 0337  Closing the NPL Book under the Original MRS
  Order Number PB91-921302CDH, price: PC A01/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Nov 90
  The Fact  Sheet discusses the closing of the Old NPL under
  the original HRS. Since 1982, the U.S. Environmental Protec-
  tion Agency (EPA) has been preparing the  National Priorities
  List (NPL). The list informs the public of uncontrolled hazard-
  ous waste sites that warrant further investigation to  deter-
  mine if they  pose  risks to public health or the environment.
  Such  sites are eligible for long-term  'remedial  action' fi-
  nanced under the Trust Fund established by the Comprehen-
  sive Environmental Response,  Compensation,  and Liability
  Act as amended by the Superfund Amendments and  Reau-
  thorization Act of 1986 (SARA). Sites are placed on the NPL
   primarily  on  the basis of  their  scores under EPA's Hazard
   Ranking System (HRS)  model developed in 1982. EPA has
   now  revised  the HRS in response to SARA. The  revised
   HRS,  which  will become effective late in  February 1991, 90
   days after its publication in the Federal Register, is a more
   comprehensive  and accurate scoring system than the origi-
   nal HRS and will add new types of sites to the NPL.
   Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
   posit account required (minimum deposit $150 U.S., Canada,
   and Mexico; all others $300). Single copies also available in
   paper copy or microfiche. 5p.
   Subject  index  keywords: Superfund, Waste management,
   Hazardous materials, Office of Solid Waste and Emergency
   Response, National Priorities List, Hazard Ranking System.
  0338  Compendium of NPL Listing Policies and
   Procedures, 1982 to 1985
   Order Number PB91-921281CDH, price: PC A04/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Emergency and Remedial Response; Aug 91
   The compendium  is a collection of NPL listing policy and pro-
   cedure directives issued from 1982 to 1985. The contents in-
   clude: Guidance for Establishing the  National Priorities List,
   February 1982 (9320.1-01);  Guidance for Establishing the
   National Priorities List, June  1982 (9320.1-02); Guidance for
   Proposed NPL Update  No.  3, February  1984 (9320.3-04);
   Guidance for Updating the National Priorities List, May 1983
   (9320.3-01);  Instructions for Promulgating the National  Prior-
   ities  List Update, January 1984 (9320.3-02); National  Prior-
   ities List Categorization, July 1984 (9320.1-04); NPL Informa-
   tion Update  - Update No. 4, April 1985 (9320.3-05); Proce-
    dures for Updating the  National  Priorities List, May  1984,
    (9320.3-03); Promulgation of the National Priorities List, May
  1983  (9320.1-03);  RCRA/NPL Listing  Policy,  September
  1986 (9320.1-05); and  Updating the National Priorities List:
  Update No. 6 Proposal, September 1985 (9320.3-06).
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
  and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. 74p.
  Subject index keywords:  Hazardous  materials, Waste  dis-
  posal, Superfund.
0339   Discussions with the  Public Concerning NPL
  Listings
  Order Number PB93-963338CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response; 30 Apr 93
  The  memorandum briefly outlines EPA's policy  on  site-relat-
  ed discussions prior to and during rulemaking concerning the
  listing of sites on the National Priorities List. Recently some
  Regions, as well  as several  members  of  Congress,  have
  raised the question of  what types of site-related discussions
  are permissible between EPA personnel and the public (e.g.,
  potentially responsible parties (PRPs)  or commenters) prior
  to and during the listing process.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
  and  Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. 20p.
  Subject index keywords:  Waste management, Government
  policies, Hazardous materials, Directives,  National  Priorities
  List, Potentially responsible parties(PRPs).

 0340  FACT BOOK: National Priorities List under the
  Original Hazard Ranking System, 1981-1991
  Order Number PB93-963350CDH, price: PC A05/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington,  DC. Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response; Oct 93
  The report provides an overview of the NPL listing process
  and historical data summaries on  the NPL from 1981-1991.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing  Order, de-
  posit account required  (minimum deposit $200  U.S., Canada,
  and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
   paper copy or microfiche. 78p.
   Subject index keywords: Superfund, Listings, National Pri-
   orities List.
 0341   Guidance for Environmental Priorities Initiative (EPI)
   Facilities in the Superfund Pre-Remedial Program
   Order Number PB91-139980CDH,  price: PC A02/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency,  Washington, DC. Office of
   Emergency and Remedial  Response; 31 Jan 89
   The directive provides guidance to the Regions and States
   on  handling Environmental Priorities Initiative facilities by the
   Superfund pre-remedial program.  The directive supplements
   directive no. 9932.0 'Method for Prioritizing CERCLA Prelimi-
   nary Assessments at RCRA Facilities,'  dated  May 31,  1988.
   Specifications: See  also PB91-139972. 10p.
   Subject index keywords: Superfund,  Waste  management,
   Hazardous materials, Office of Solid  Waste and Emergency
   Response,  Resource Conservation and Recovery Act, Envi-
   ronmental priorities initiatives.
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  °3unde?CERCCLAf0r Perf°rming Preli™nary Assessments
    Order Number PB92-963303CDH, price: PC A13/MF A03
    Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC Office of
    Emergency and Remedial Response; Sep 91
    The purpose  of the guidance is to provide instructions  for
    conducting  a  PA  and reporting results. The guidance  dis-
    cusses the information required to evaluate a site and how to
    obtain  it, how to score a site, and reporting requirements
    f he document also provides guidelines and instruction on  PA
    evaluation, scoring, and the use of standard  PA scoresheets
    The overall  goal of the guidance is to assist  PA investigators
    in conducting  high-quality assessments that  result in  correct
    site screening or further  action recommendations on a  na-
    tionally consistent basis.
    Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order  de-
    posit account required (minimum  deposit $200 U.S. Canada
    and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
    paper copy or  microfiche.  Supersedes PB90-183054. 277p
    Subject index keywords: Assessments, Hazardous  materi-
    als, Sites, Superfund.

 03£|  ®"idance for Performing Site Inspections under

    Order Number  PB92-963375CDH, price: PC A11/MF A03
    Environmental  Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
    Emergency and Remedial  Response; Sep  92
   The  guidance  presents EPA's  site inspection strategy The
   strategy discusses  procedural  guidelines  to  investigate po-
   tential Superfund (CERCLA) sites for evaluation pursuant  to
    •l^fzaod Rankin9 System (HRS), revised  in accordance
   ^oL -?u  5?!tund  Amendments and Reauthorization  Act of
   nasb. The HRS is the primary  means by which EPA  evalu-
   ates sites for Superfund's National Priorities List (NPL).
   Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order de-
   posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U S  Canada
   and Mexico;  all others $400). Single copies also available in
   paper copy or microfiche. 244p,
   Subject index  keywords: Superfund, Inspection, Site sur-
   veys, Waste management,  Hazardous materials.
 0344  Guidance  on Setting Priorities for NPL  Candidate
   Sites
   Order Number PB93-963333CDH, price: PC A02/MF A01
   onr!Jr(?!?,mental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  bond Waste and Emergency Response; 28 Oct 92
  The guidance document identifies factors that will help EPA
  regions  decide the order in which they should consider sites
  with completed site inspections for inclusion on the NPL (Na-
  tional Priorities List).
  Specifications:  Paper copy available on Standing Order de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada
  and Mexico; all  others $400). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. 7p.
  Subject index  keywords:  Superfund,  Inspection, Site sur-
  veys, National Priorities List.

0345  Guide to Management of Investigation-Derived
  Wastes
  Order Number PB92-963353CDH, price- PC A02
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington,  DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Apr 92
  The fact  sheet presents an overview of possible investiga-
  tion-derived waste management  options, discusses  the pro-
    tectiveness requirements and ARARs associated with these
    options, and outlines general objectives established for IDW
    management under Superfund.
    Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
    posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
    and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
    paper copy or microfiche. 8p.
    Subject index keywords:  Waste  management, Pollution
    regulations, Inspection, Superfund, Office of Solid Waste and
    Emergency Response.

  0346  Hazard Ranking System Guidance Manual
    Order Number PB92-963377CDH, price: PC A22/MF A04
    Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
    Emergency and Remedial Response; Nov 92
    The Hazard Ranking System Guidance Manual provides gen-
    eral and technical guidance for individuals involved in deter-
    mining Hazard Ranking System (HRS) scores and preparing
    HRS scoring packages. The manual clarifies terms and con-
    cepts in the HRS, presents strategies and specific guidance
    for scoring  selected HRS factors, and provides guidelines to
    assist in collecting and organizing relevant data.
    Specifications:  Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
    posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
    and Mexico; all  others $400). Single copies also available in
    paper copy or microfiche. 524p.
   Subject index  keywords:  Superfund,  Hazardous  materials,
   Waste  management,  Manuals,   Hazard Ranking  System,
   Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response.

 0347   Hazard Ranking System Guidance Manual
   Order Number PB93-963356CDH, price: PC A02/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC.  Office of
   Solid Waste and Emergency Response; Sep 93
   The  Hazard Ranking System (HRS) is the scoring method
   EPA uses to assess the relative threat associated with the
   release or potential release of hazardous substances from a
   waste site. The HRS is the primary mechanism used by EPA
   to determine which sites should  be placed  on the National
   Priorities List. The manual is targeted  primarily to HRS scor-
   ers and HRS package preparers,  who frequently are govern-
   ment contractors or State agency staff. Inexperienced scor-
   ers should find it especially helpful as a reference while they
   'learn' the HRS.  Others involved in EPA's  site assessment
   process (e.g., HRS package reviewers)  should also find parts
   of the manual useful.
   Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
   posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
   and  Mexico;  all others $400). Single copies  also available in
   paper copy or microfiche. See also PB92-963377. 6p.
  Subject  index  keywords:  Superfund, Manuals,  Hazard
  Ranking System.

0348   Identification of a Senior Superfund Official for
  Addressing  Special NPL Site-Related  Issues
  Order Number PB93-963279CDH, price: PC A01/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response;  22 May 92
  The directive identifies a senior Superfund official responsible
  for reviewing  and  addressing specific issues at NPL (National
  Priorities List) sites that cannot be resolved  at the Regional
  level and identifies criteria for NPL site referrals to  this offi-
  cial.
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  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
  and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. 3p.
  Subject Index keywords: Superfund, Waste management,
  Hazardous  materials, Office of Solid Waste and Emergency
  Response.
0349   Management of Investigation-Derived Wastes during
  Site Inspections
  Order Number PB91-921331CDH, price: PC A04/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; May 91
  The guidance presents a general regulatory background and
  options for management of  investigation-derived  wastes
  (IDW)  generated  during  Superfund site  inspections  (Sis).
  These wastes include  soil cuttings,  drilling  muds,  purged
  ground water decontamination fluids (water and other fluids),
  disposable sampling equipment (DE), and disposable person-
  al protective equipment  (PPE). The  National Contingency
  Plan  (NCP) requires that management  of  IDW  generated
  during Sis compiles with all applicable or relevant and appro-
  priate requirements (ARARS) to the extent practicable. In ad-
  dition, other legal and practical consideration may affect the
  handling of IDW. Therefore, site  inspection  managers and
  other involved parties should be familiar with this guidance,
  as well as the requirements of the NCP,  ARARs, and EPA's
  interpretation of these requirements.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit  $150 U.S., Canada,
  and Mexico; all others $300). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. 70p.
  Subject index keywords:  Superfund, Waste management,
  Pollution regulations, Inspection, Site surveys, Office of Solid
  Waste and Emergency Response.
 0350  Mining Sites  on the National Priorities List: NPL Site
  Summary Reports. Volume 1 (Aluminum Company of
  America (Vancouver Smelter) to Cleveland Mill)
   Order Number PB92-124767CDH,  price: PC$98.00
  Science Applications International  Corp., Falls Church, VA.;
   Environmental Protection Agency,  Washington, DC. Office of
   Solid Waste; 21 Jun 91
   Volume I  of the Mining Sites on  the National Priorities List
   contains the following NPL Site Summary Reports: Aluminum
   Company  of America  (Vouncouver Smelter),  Anaconda
   Smelter, Atlas Asbestos Mine, Bunker Hill Mining and  Metal-
   lurgical  Complex,  California Gulch,  Carson River,  Celtor
   Chemical  Works,  Cherokee County/Galena  Subsite, Cimar-
   ron Mining Corp., Clear Creek/Central  City, and Cleveland
   Mill.
   Specifications: Also  available in set of 5  reports  PC E99,
   PB92-124759. See also Volume 2, PB92-124775. Portions of
   this document are not fully legible. Sponsored by Environ-
   mental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of Solid
   Waste. 955p.
   Subject index keywords: Mine wastes,  Waste  manage-
   ment, Tailings, National Priorities List.
0351  Mining Sites on the National Priorities List: NPL Site
  Summary Reports. Volume 2 (Commencement Bay
  Nearshore/Tideflats to Kerr McGee) (Kress Creek, Reed-
  Keppler Park, Residential Areas, Sewage Treatment
  Plant)
  Order Number PB92-124775CDH, price: PC$91.00
  Science Applications International Corp., Falls Church, VA.;
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Solid Waste; 21 Jun 91
  Volume II of the Mining  Sites on  the National Priorities List
  contains  the  following  NPL Site  Summary  Reports: Com-
  mencement Bay  Nearshore/Tideflats, Denver Radium, Eagle
  Mine East Helena Smelter,  Eastern Michaud Flats Contami-
  nation   Area,   Glen   Ridge/Montclair/West   Orange/US
  Radium, Homestake Mill, Iron Mountain Mine, Johns-Manville
  Coalinga Asbestos Mill, Kerr-McGee (Kress Creek, Reed-
  Keppler Park, Residential Areas, Sewage Treatment Plant).
  Specifications: Also  available in  set of 5 reports PC E99,
  PB92-124759. See also Volume 1, PB92-124767 and Volume
  3, PB92-124783. Portions of this document are not fully legi-
  ble. Sponsored by Environmental  Protection  Agency, Wash-
  ington, DC. Office of Solid Waste.  850p.
  Subject  index  keywords: Mine  wastes, Waste manage-
  ment, Tailings, National Priorities List.
 0352  Mining Sites on th« National Priorities List: NPL Site
  Summary Reports. Volume 3 (Kerr-McGee Chemical
  Corp. (Soda Springs Plant) to Ormet Corp)
  Order Number PB92-124783CDH, price: PC$98.00
  Science Applications International Corp., Falls Church, VA.;
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Solid Waste; 21 Jun 91
  Volume III of the Mining Sites on the National Priorities List
  contains the following  NPL Site Summary Reports:  Kerr-
   McGee Chemical Corp. (Soda Springs Plant), Lincoln Park,
   Martin Marietta Reduction Facility, Midvale Slag (Valley  Mate-
   rials Slag), Milltown Reservoir Sediments, Monsanto Chemi-
   cal Company, Monticello Mill Site, Monticello Vicinity Proper-
   ties, Mouat Industries, and  Ormet  Corporation.
   Specifications:  Also  available in set of 5 reports PC E99,
   PB92-124759. See also Volume 2, PB92-124775 and Volume
   4, PB92-124791. Portions of this  document are  not fully legi-
   ble. Sponsored  by Environmental Protection Agency, Wash-
   ington, DC. Office of Solid Waste. 907p.
   Subject index  keywoirds: Mine wastes, Waste  manage-
   ment, Tailings, National Priorities List.
 0353   Mining Sites on the National Priorities List: NPL Site
   Summary Reports. Volume 4 (Oronogo-Duenweg Mining
   Belt to Tar Creek)
   Order Number PB92-124791CDH, price: PC$91.00
   Science Applications International Corp., Falls Church, VA.;
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office  of
   Solid Waste; 21 Jun 91
   Volume IV of the Mining Sites on the National Priorities List
   contains the following NPL Site Summary Reports: Oronogo-
   Deunweg Mining Belt, Palmerton Zinc, Sharon Steel/Midvale
   Tailings, Silver  Bow Creek/Butte Area Site, Silver Mountain
   Mine, Smuggler Mountain,  St. Louis Airport/Hazelwood Inter-
   im/Futura Coatings,  Sulphur Bank Mercury Mine,  and Tar
   Creek.
   Specifications: Also available in set of  5  reports  PC E99,
   PB92-124759. See also Volume 3, PB92-124783 and Volume
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    5, PB92-124809. Portions of this document are not fully legi-
    ble. Sponsored by Environmental Protection Agency Wash-
    ington, DC. Office of Solid Waste. 874p.
    Subject  index keywords: Mine  wastes, Waste manage-
    ment, Tailings, National Priorities List.

 0354  Mining Sites on the National Priorities List: NPL Site
    Summary Reports. Volume 5 (Teledyne Wah Chang to
    Wayne Interim Storage Facility/W.R. Grace)
    Order Number PB92-124809CDH, price: PC$77.00
    Science Applications International Corp., Falls Church, VA •
    Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Solid Waste; 21 Jun 91
   Volume V of the Mining Sites on the  National Priorities List
   contains the following NPL site summary  reports: Teledyne
   Wah Chang, Tex-Tin Corp., Torch Lake, United Nuclear Cor-
   poration/Churchrock Site,  U.S.  Tatanium,  Uravan Uranium
   Mill,  Whitewood Creek,  and Wayne  Interim Storage Facility/
   W. R. Grace.

   Specifications: Also available in set  of 5  reports PC E99
   PB92-124759. See also Volume 4, PB92-124791.  Portions of
   this document are  not  fully legible. Sponsored by Environ-
   mental Protection Agency,  Washington, DC. Office of Solid
   Waste. 615p.

   Subject  index  keywords:  Mine wastes,   Waste manage-
   ment, Tailings, National Priorities List.

 0355  NPL Characterization  Project:  National Results
   Order Number PB92-963304CDH, price: PC A07/MF A02
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Emergency and Remedial Response; Nov 91
   The report is one  in a  series  providing information  on  the
   nature of the sites being evaluated by the Superfund site as-
   sessment program.  It is intended to  provide a 'snapshot' of
   national sites on the NPL as of February 1991.  Separate re-
   ports are available for the ten individual EPA Regions.
   Specifications: Paper copy  available on Standing  Order de-
   posit account required (Minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada
   and Mexico; all others $400). Single  copies also available in
   paper copy or microfiche. 138p.
   Subject index keywords:  Hazardous materials,  Pollution
  control, United States, Superfund, National Priorities List US
  EPA Region 1-10.

0356  NPL Characterization Project: Region 1 Results
  Order Number PB92-963305CDH, price: PC A05/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Nov 91
  The report is one in a series providing information on the
  nature of the sites being  evaluated by the Superfund site as-
  sessment program.  It is intended  to provide a 'snapshot' of
  sites in Region 1  on  the NPL as of February 1991. Separate
  reports are available for the other nine EPA  Regions and for
  the nation as a whole.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S.  Canada
 and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
 paper copy or microfiche. 96p.
 Subject index keywords:  Hazardous   materials,  Pollution
 control, Superfund, National Priorities List, US EPA Region 1.
  0357  NPL Characterization Project: Region 3 Results
    Order Number PB92-963307CDH, price: PC A05/MF A01
    Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
    Emergency and Remedial Response; Nov 91
    The report is one in a series providing information on the
    nature of the sites being evaluated by the Superfund site as-
    sessment program. It is intended to provide a 'snapshot' of
    sites in Region 3  on the NPL as of February 1991. Separate
    reports are available for the other nine EPA Regions and for
    the nation as a whole.
    Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
    posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
    and  Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also  available in
    paper copy or microfiche. 96p.
    Subject! index keywords:  Hazardous materials, Pollution
    control, Superfund, National Priorities List, US EPA Region 3.

 0358  NPL Characterization Project: Region 4 Results
    Order Number PB92-963308CDH, price: PC A05/MF A01
    Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
    Emergency and Remedial Response; Nov 91
   The  report is one in a series providing information on the
   nature of the sites being evaluated by the Superfund site as-
   sessment program. It is intended to provide a 'snapshot' of
   sites in Region 4 on the NPL as of February 1991. Separate
   reports are available for the other nine EPA regions and for
   the nation as a whole.
   Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
   posit account  required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
   and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
   paper copy  or microfiche. 96p.
   Subject index keywords:  Hazardous materials,  Pollution
   control, Superfund, National Priorities List,  US EPA Region 4.
 0359  NPL Characterization Project: Region 5 Results
   Order Number PB92-963309CDH, price:  PC A05/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Emergency and Remedial Response; Nov 91
   The report  is  one  in  a series providing information on the
   nature of the sites  being evaluated by the Superfund site as-
   sessment program. It is intended to provide a 'snapshot' of
   sites in  Region 5 on the NPL as of February 1991. Separate
   reports are available for the other nine EPA  regions and for
   the nation as a whole.
   Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
   posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
   and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
   paper copy or microfiche. 96p.
  Subject  index keywords: Hazardous  materials,  Pollution
  control, Superfund,  National Priorities List, US EPA Region 5.
0360  NPL, Characterization Project: Region 6 Results
  Order Number PB92-963310CDH, price: PC A05/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Nov 91
  The report is one  in a series providing information on the
  nature of the sites being evaluated by the Superfund site as-
  sessment program.  It is intended to provide a 'snapshot' of
  sites in Region  6 on the NPL as of February 1991. Separate
  reports are available for the other nine EPA regions and for
  the nation as a  whole.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit  $200 U.S., Canada,
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  and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. 96p.
  Subject  Index keywords: Hazardous  materials,  Pollution
  control, Superfund, National Priorities List, US EPA Region 6.
0361  NPL Characterization Project: Region 7 Results
  Order Number PB92-963311CDH, price: PC A05/MF Ap1
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Nov 91
  The report is  one in a series  providing  information on  the
  nature of the sites being evaluated by the Superfund site as-
  sessment program. It is intended to provide a 'snapshot' of
  sites in Region 7 on the NPL as of February 1991. Separate
  reports are available for the other nine EPA regions and for
  the nation as a whole.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit  $200 U.S., Canada,
  and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies  also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. 92p.
  Subject  Index keywords: Hazardous  materials, Pollution
  control, Superfund, National Priorities List, US EPA Region 7.

 0362  NPL Characterization Project: Region 8 Results
  Order Number PB92-963312CDH, price: PC A05/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Nov 91
  The report is one in  a series providing information on the
  nature of the sites being evaluated by the Superfund site as-
  sessment program. It is intended to provide a 'snapshot' of
  sites in Region 8 on the NPL as of February 1991. Separate
  reports are available for the other nine EPA Regions and for
  the nation as a whole.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
   posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
   and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
   paper copy or microfiche. 92p.
   Subject Index keywords: Hazardous  materials,  Pollution
   control,  Superfund, National Priorities List,  US  EPA Region.
 0363   NPL Characterization Project: Region 9 Results
   Order Number PB92-963313CDH, price: PC A05/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Emergency and Remedial Response; Nov 91
   The  report is one in a series providing information on  the
   nature of the sites being evaluated by the Superfund site as-
   sessment program. It is intended to provide a 'snapshot' of
   sites In  Region 9 on the NPL as of February 1991. Separate
   reports  are available for the other nine EPA Regions and for
   the nation as a whole.
   Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
   posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
   and  Mexico; all others $400).  Single copies also available in
   paper copy or microfiche. 96p.
   Subject Index  keywords: Hazardous  materials, Pollution
   control, Superfund, National Priorities List, US EPA Region 9.
  0364  NPL Characterization Project: Region 10 Results
   Order Number PB92-963314CDH, price: PC A05/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington,  DC. Office of
   Emergency and Remedial Response; Nov 91
   The report  is one in a series providing information on the
   nature of the sites being evaluated by the Superfund site as-
   sessment program. It is intended to provide a  'snapshot' of
   sites in Region 10 on the NPL as of February 1991. Separate
  reports are available for the other nine EPA regions and for
  the nation as a whole.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
  and Mexico;  all others $400). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. 96p.
  Subject index  keywords:  Hazardous materials, Pollution
  control, Superfund, National Priorities List.

0365   NPL Construction Completion Definition at
  Bioremediation and Soil Vapor Extraction Sites
  Order Number PB93-963327CDH, price: PC A01/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response; 21 Jun 93
  The  report discusses EPA's policy for categorizing bioreme-
  diation and soil vapor extraction sites as Construction Com-
  pletions. Technologies addressed are: in-situ soil vapor ex-
  traction, in-situ bioremediation, and ex-situ bioremediation.
  Specifications:  Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $225 U.S., Canada,
  and  Mexico; all others $450). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. 5p.
  Subject index  keywords:  Government policies, Construc-
  tion,  Hazardous  materials,  Superfund, Directives, National
  Priority List.
 0366  PA Review Checklist
  Order Number PB93-963342CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response; 28 Apr 93
  The preliminary assessment (PA) review checklist was  de-
  signed to evaluate the quality of PA work products. The
  review will ensure that EPA decisions concerning the disposi-
  tion of sites are made in a nationally consistent, scientifically
  based, and  efficient mariner. The order in which information
  is presented in the PA does not  have to be consistent with
  the  checklist, but the PA should be organized in a logical se-
  quence and consistent with PA guidance. The checklist and
  the  PA guidance  manual can be ordered from the  National
  Technical  Information  Service (NTIS) by calling 703-487-
  4650  To order both documents,  the order number is  PB92-
  963303. The checklist by itself is order  number  PB93-
   963342.
   Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
   posit account required  (minimum  deposit $225 U.S., Canada,
   and Mexico; all others $450). Single copies also available in
   paper copy or microfiche. See also PB92-963303. 16p.
   Subject index keywords: Superfund, Hazardous materials,
   Waste disposal, Assessments.
 0367   PA-Score (Preliminary Assessment Score) User's
   Manual and Tutorial. Version 2.1
   Order Number PB93-108322CDH, price: PC A05/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC.
   Hazardous  Site Evaluation Div; 16 Nov 92
   The PA-Score software package is comprised  of the PA-
   Score  and  PA-Print  computer   programs  and the  users
   manual. The PA-Score software package  has  been devel-
   oped to assist preliminary  assessment (PA) evaluations  by
   generating  an upper bound estimate of the Hazard Ranking
   System (HRS) score  and  associated documentation for a
   site. The PA-Score computer program (PA-Score) assists in-
   vestigators in meeting FA evaluation requirements. PA-Score
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   performs PA calculations from raw  data  to  calculate  site
   scores. The  PA-Print computer program (PA-Print) generates
   PA scoresheets and the Potential Hazardous Waste Site Pre-
   liminary  Assessment form. The users manual provides in-
   structions to  install and use PA-Score and PA-Print.
   Specifications: For system on diskette, see  PB93-500346
   and PB93-500353. 82p.
   Subject index keywords:  User  manuals(Computer  pro-
   grams), Super-fund, Waste management, Hazardous materi-
   als, Environmental surveys, Preliminary Assessment.

 0368  PA-Score (Preliminary Assessment Score), Version
   1.0 (for Microcomputers)
   Order Number PB92-500032GDH, price: D02
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Emergency and Remedial Response; Sep 91
   The PA-Score  computer program has been developed to
   assist Superfund  site  assessment  investigations  in  the
   Hazard  Ranking System  (HRS) at  the Preliminary Assess-
   ment stage of site  scoring. The Preliminary Assessment is
   used  to assess the relative threat associated with actual or
   potential  releases of hazardous substances  to ground water
   surface water, soil, and air.
   Specifications: The software is on one, 5 1/4 inch diskette
   1.2M  high density.  File format:  ASCII documentation includ-
   ed; may  be  ordered separately as PB92-963302. System-
   IBM PC or compatible; MS DOS 3.0 operating system 384K
   Language:  Compiled C.  See  also PB92-500024  PB91-
   507509, PB91-506964, PB90-502030,  PB90-501487  PB89-

                                      PB9'-59131'1'
  Subject index keywords: Software, Superfund, Hazardous
  materials, Waste management,  Environmental surveys  Pre-
  liminary Assessment.

0369  PA-Score (Preliminary Assessment Score), Version
  2.1, 3  1/2 inch (for Microcomputers)
  Order  Number PB93-500353CDH, price: D02
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington DC
  Hazardous Site Evaluation  Div; Oct 92
  The PA-Score  computer program has  been developed to
  assist   Superfund  site  assessment  investigations  in' the
  Hazard Ranking System (HRS) at the  Preliminary Assess-
  ment stage of  site  scoring. The Preliminary Assessment is
  used to assess the relative threat associated with actual or
  potential releases of hazardous substances to ground water
  surface water, soil, and air. Version 2.1 is an update that re-
  solves a programming  error in  the scoring of the resident
  population targets for soil exposure.
  Specifications: The software .is  on one 3 1/2 inch diskette
  1.44M  high  density. File format: ASCII. Documentation in-
  cluded; may be  ordered separately as PB93-108322. System-
  IBM  compatible;  MS  DOS operating system, 384K  Lan-
  guage: Compiled C. See also PB92-500024 PB91-507509
  PB91-506964,  PB90-502030, PB90-501487, PB89-186068'
  PB92-592001,   PB91-591331,  PB91-591311,  and  PB90-
 591781. Other  formats available as  5  1/4 inch diskette
 PB93-500346. 1 diskette.
 Subject index keywords:  Software,  Superfund, Waste dis-
 posal,  Hazardous materials, Site surveys,  Hazard Ranking
 System.
  0370  PA-Score (Preliminary Assessment Score), Version
    2.1, 5 1/4 inch (for Microcomputers)
    Order Number PB93-500346CDH, price: D02
    Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC.
    Hazardous Site Evaluation Div; Oct 92
    The PA-Score  computer program has  been developed to
    assist Superfund  site  assessment  investigations  in  the
    Hazard  Ranking System (HRS) at the  Preliminary Assess-
    ment stage of  site  scoring. The  Preliminary Assessment is
    used to assess the relative threat associated with actual or
    potential releases of hazardous substances to ground water,
    surface  water, soil, and air. Version 2.1 is an update that re-
    solves a programming  error in the scoring of the resident
    population targets for soil exposure.
    Specifications: The software is on one (1) 5 1/4 inch  dis-
    kettes, 1.2M high  density. File format: ASCII. Documentation
    included;  may  be  ordered separately as PB93-108322.
    System:  IBM PC or Compatible; MS DOS 3.0 operating
    system,  384K.  Language: Compiled  C.  Supersedes PB92-
    500032.  See  also  PB92-500024,  PB91-507509,  PB91-
   506964, PB90-502030,  PB90-501487, PB89-186068  PB92-
   592001,  PB91-591331,  PB91-591311, and PB90-591781.
   Other formats available as  31/2 inch, 1.44 MB diskette
   PB93-500353.1 diskette.
   Subject index keywords: Software,  Superfund, Waste dis-
   posal, Hazardous  materials, Site  surveys,  Hazard Ranking
   System.

 0371  PA-Score Software, Version 1.0. Users Manual and
   Tutorial
   Order Number PB92-963302CDH, price: ,PC A04/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Emergency and Remedial Response; Sep 91
   The PA-Score software package  is comprised of the PA-
   Score and  PA-Print computer programs  and  the  users
   manual.  The PA-Score software package has been  devel-
   oped to  assist preliminary assessment (PA) evaluations by
   generating an upper  bound estimate of the Hazard Ranking
   System (HRS) score and associated documentation for a
   site. The PA-Score computer program (PA-Score) assists in-
   vestigators in meeting PA evaluation requirements. PA-Score
   performs PA calculations from  raw data to calculate  site
   scores. The  PA-Print  computer program (PA-Print) generates
   PA scoresheets and the Potential Hazardous Waste Site Pre-
   liminary Assessment  form. The  users manual provides  in-
   structions to install and use PA-Score and PA-Print.
   Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
   posit account required (minimum  deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
   and Mexico;  all others $400). Single copies also available in
   paper copy or microfiche. For system on diskette, see PB92-
   500032. 73p.   .
  Subject     index     keywords:    Superfund,     User
   manuals(Computer  programs), Hazardous materials,  Waste
  management,  Environmental  surveys,  Preliminary Assess-
  ment.

0372  Preliminary  Ranking Evaluation Score (PREscore)
  Version 1.1 (for Microcomputers)
  Order Number PB92-503507CDH, price: D02
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC.
  Hazardous Site Evaluation Div; Jul 92
  The PREscore computer program  has been developed to
  assist Superfund  site assessment  investigations in Hazard
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  Ranking System (HRS) site  scoring.  The HRS  is used to
  assess the relative threat  associated with actual or potential
  releases of hazardous substances to  ground water, surface
  water, soil, and air. The HRS is the primary means by which
  EPA evaluates sites for the National Priorities List (NPL), the
  list of the hazardous waste sites that are eligible for remedial
  funding under the Superfund program. PREscore is designed
  to be  user-friendly, operating via hierarchically-dependent
  spreadsheets that allow data to be entered quickly and effi-
  ciently. Significant program features  include:  instant score
  calculation and continuous score  display, multiple site-sce-
  nario testing capability, extensive help screens, and compre-
  hensive documentation ability. PREscore fully automates the
  HRS, allowing for the  entry  and evaluation of all types  of
  site-related information. In addition, PREscore contains HRS-
  related hazardous substance information derived from the
  Agency's Superfund Chemical Data Matrix (SCDM), which in-
  cludes substance characteristics. PREscore  is  accompanied
  by PREprint, a program that produces an extensive docu-
  mentation record for sites evaluated by PREscore.
  Specifications: The software is on one 51/4 inch diskette,
  1.2M high density. Documentation included;  may be ordered
  separately as PB92-963349.  System:  IBM-PC or compatible;
  MS  DOS  3.1 operating system, 384K. Language: Compiled
  'C1. See also PB91-506964, PB92-592291, PB90-591791 and
  PB92-500024.1 diskette.
  Subject  index  keywords:  Models-Simulation,   Superfund,
  Hazardous  materials,  Environmental  impact  assessments,
  Waste disposal, PREscore program, Hazard Ranking System.

 0373  Preliminary Ranking Evaluation Score (PREscore)
  Version 2.0 (for Microcomputers)
  Order Number PB93-505915CDH, price: DOS
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington,  DC.
  Hazardous Site Evaluation Div; May 93
  The PREscore computer  program has been  developed to
  assist  Superfund site  assessment investigations in  Hazard
  Ranking System (HRS) site  scoring.  The HRS  is used to
  assess the relative threat associated  with actual or potential
  releases of hazardous substances to ground water, surface
  water, soil, and air. PREscore is designed to be user-friendly,
  operating  via  hierarchically-dependent  spreadsheets that
  allow data to be entered quickly and efficiently. Significant
  program features include: Instant score calculation and con-
  tinuous score display; Multiple site-scenario testing capability;
   Extensive Help screens; Comprehensive documentation abili-
  ty; PREscore fully automates the HRS, allowing for the entry
  and evaluation of all types of site-related information includ-
   ing  sampling data, waste quantities  and waste characteris-
   tics, physical parameters  of the site, population data, and ad-
   ministrative information. In addition, PREscore  contains  HRS-
   related hazardous  substance information derived from the
   Agency's Superfund Chemical Data Matrix (SCDM), which in-
   cludes substance characteristics such as toxicity and persist-
   ence,  and concentration benchmarks for  the  substances
   commonly encountered at Superfund sites.  PREscore  is ac-
   companied by PREprint,  a program that produces an exten-
   sive documentation record for sites evaluated by PREscore.
   Specifications: Both 31/2 inch and 51/4  inch high density
   diskettes are provided. Documentation included;  may be or-
   dered separately as PB93-192698. System: IBM-PC or com-
   patible;  MS DOS  3.1 operating  system, 384K.  Language:
   Compiled  'C'. Supersedes  PB92-503507.  See  also PB90-
  591791,  PB92-592291,  PB92-501774,  PB93-500742, and
  PB93-500353. 1 diskette.
  Subject index keywords!: Software, Models-simulation, Su-
  perfund, PREscore computer model.

0374  PREscore Software. Users Manual and Tutorial.
  Version 1.0
  Order Number PB92-963349CDH, price: PC A05/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Sep 91
  The manual  serves  as a users  manual and tutorial for the
  PREscore computer program. The PREscore package has
  been developed by EPA Headquarters to assist site assess-
  ment investigations and  Hazard  Ranking System  scoring by
  generating a Preliminary Ranking Evaluation (PRE)score and
  associated  documentation. The users manual  consists of
  three  parts that introduce one to the software package and
  take one through installation procedures, provide a tutorial by
  walking one through  screens,  and provide  instruction for
  using  PREprint to perform printing functions on  PREscore
  site files.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
  and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available  in
  paper copy or microfiche. 85p.
  Subject  index keywords: Site  surveys, Computer applica-
  tions, Waste management, Hazardous materials,  Superfund,
  HRS(Hazard Ranking System).

0375  PREscore Software: Users Manual and Tutorial
  Version  2.0
  Order Number PB93-192698CDH, price: PC A05/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response; May 93
  The PREscore software package  has been developed  to
  assist  site assessment  investigations  and Hazard Ranking
  System (HRS) scoring by generating a Preliminary Ranking
  Evaluation score and associated documentation.  The users
  manual consists of three parts.  Chapter 1, 'Getting Started',
  introduces you  to  the  software  package  and   takes you
  through the procedures necessary to install PREscore soft-
  ware on your computer. Chapter 2, Tutorial', provides an ini-
  tial step-by-step 'hands-on'  lesson in using PREscore  by
  'walking' you through a  series of screens, entering and edit-
  ing data. Chapter 3, 'Printing', provides instruction for using
  PREprint, which performs printing functions on PREscore site
  files. The manual assumes some familiarity with the IBM PC-
  type  platform.  Actual scoring of  a site with PREscore re-
  quires little,  if any, knowledge of the Disk Operating  System
   (DOS).
  Specifications: For system on diskette,  see PB93-505915.
   91p.
   Subject index keywords: Superfund, Waste disposal, Haz-
   ardous materials, PREscore computer model.

 0376  Regional Quality Control Guidance for NPL
   Candidate Sites
   Order Number PB92-963352CDH,  price: PC A04/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency,  Washington, DC. Office of
   Emergency and Remedial Response; Dec 91
   The guidance manual provides recommended procedures  for
   a Regional Quality  Control program  for the evaluation of
   Hazard  Ranking System packages. The guidance, intended
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   primarily for use by EPA Regional offices,  is to standardize
   Regional QC review and improve HRS package quality. The
   document should serve anyone preparing or reviewing HRS
   packages, and should complement other guidances for con-
   ducting PAs and Sis, and applying the HRS,  to assist Re-
   gions in the site listing process.
   Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
   posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada
   and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
   paper copy or  microfiche. 70p.
   Subject index keywords:  Hazardous  materials, Quality con-
   trol, Ranking, Superfund, US EPA regions, National Priorities
   List.

 0377  Revised Hazard Ranking System: An  Improved Tool
   for Screening Superfund Sites
   Order Number PB91-921307CDH, price: PC A01/MF A01
   Environmental  Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Emergency and Remedial Response; Nov 90
   The Fact Sheet discusses the revised HRS which retains the
   same cutoff score and  basic approach as the original HRS
   while incorporating SARA requirements as well as improve-
   ments identified as necessary by EPA and the public. The re-
   vised HRS  retains the ground water, surface water, and  air
   pathways, drops the direct contact and fire/explosion path-
   ways, and adds a fourth pathway, soil exposure. Several key
   provisions of the revised HRS make it more comprehensive
   Other provisions make the  revised HRS more  accurate. The
   complexity and scope of the issues involved in revising the
   HRS required EPA to get widespread  input. The majority of
   the commenters believed that the revised HRS represented
   an improvement over the original HRS. The result is a re-
   vised HRS that is a practical and effective tool in identifying
   the nation's worst hazardous waste sites.
   Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
   posit account required (minimum deposit $150 U.S., Canada,
  and Mexico; all others $300). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. 4p.
  Subject index keywords:  Superfund,  Hazardous materials,
  On-site investigations, Waste management,  Office of Solid
  Waste and Emergency Response, Hazard Ranking System.
0378  Revised Hazard Ranking System: Background
  Information
  Order Number PB91 -921303CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Nov 90
  The  Fact  Sheet discusses the Hazard Ranking  System
  (HRS) in response to the Superfund Amendments and Reau-
  thorization Act  of 1986  (SARA). The HRS is the scoring
  system  EPA uses to assess the relative threat associated
  with  the release or potential  release of hazardous sub-
  stances from a  waste site. The HRS score is the primary cri-
  terion EPA  uses to  determine  whether  a  site should be
  placed on the  National Priorities List (NPL). The NPL identi-
  fies sites  that warrant  further investigation  to determine  if
  they pose risks  to public health or the environment. Sites on
  the NPL are eligible for long-term 'remedial action'  financed
  under the Comprehensive Environmental  Response, Com-
  pensation, and  Liability Act of 1980  (CERCLA), as amended
  by SARA. SARA authorizes a 'Hazardous Substances Super-
  fund'  totalling $8.5 billion over 5 years  to  pay costs not as-
  sumed by those responsible for problems at a site. The HRS
  uses  data that  can be collected relatively quickly and  inex-
   pensively, thus allowing most Superfund resources to be di-
   rected to remedial actions at sites on the NPL.
   Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
   posit account required (minimum deposit $150 U.S., Canada,
   and Mexico; all others $300). Single copies also available in
   paper copy or microfiche. 13p.
   Subject index keywords: Superfund, Hazardous materials,
   On-site investigations, Waste management, Hazard Ranking
   System, Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response.

 0379  Revised Hazard Ranking System: Evaluating Sites
   After Waste Removals
   Order Number PB92-963326CDH, price: PC A03
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Emergency and Remedial Response; Oct 91
   The fact  sheet defines  the concept of 'qualifying removal',
   explains how to score sites where qualifying removals have
   been conducted, and discusses some  of  the management
   implications of the removal policy. In addition, the fact sheet
   provides examples of how to score sites where removals
   have occurred.
   Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order,  de-
   posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
   and Mexico; all others $400). Single  copies also  available in
   paper copy or microfiche. 11 p.
   Subject  index  keywords:  Hazardous materials,  Project
   management, Removal, Pollution control, Superfund.

 0380  Revised Hazard Ranking System (HRS): Final Rule
   Order Number PB91-100800CDH, price: PC A16/MF A02
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Emergency and Remedial Response;  9 Nov  90
   The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has revised
   the Hazard Ranking System (HRS) in response to the Super-
   fund Amendments  and Reauthorization  Act  of 1986 (SARA).
   The HRS is the scoring system EPA uses to assess the rela-
   tive threat associated with the release or potential release of
   hazardous  substances from a waste  site. The HRS score is
   the primary criterion EPA uses to determine whether  a site
   should be placed on the National Priorities List (NPL). The
   NPL identifies sites that warrant further investigation to  deter-
   mine if they pose risks to public health or the environment.
   Sites on the NPL are eligible, for  long-term  'remedial action'
   financed under the  Comprehensive Environmental  Response,
   Compensation  and Liability  Act of  1980 (CERCLA),  as
   amended by SARA. The revised HRS  retains the same  cutoff
   score and basic approach as the original HRS, while incorpo-
   rating SARA requirements as well as improvements identified
   as necessary by EPA  and  the public. The revised HRS re-
  tains the  ground  water,  surface water,  and  air pathways
  drops the direct  contact and fire/explosion pathways, and
  adds a forth pathway, soil exposure.
  Specifications: 352p.
  Subject index keywords: Ranking, Hazardous  materials,
  Pollution control, Superfund.

0381  Revised Hazard Ranking System: Qs and As
  Order Number PB91-921305CDH, price: PC A02/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Nov 90
  The  Fact  Sheet  discusses U.S.  Environmental  Protection
  Agency (EPA) revised Hazard Ranking System (HRS)  in re-
  sponse to  the Supertund Amendments  and  Reauthorization
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  Act (SARA). These  revised HRS Qs and As address the
  SARA requirements for the revised MRS, specific revisions to
  the HRS, the impact of the revised HRS on the site assess-
  ment and remedial processes, and selection of the  cutoff
  score.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $150 U.S., Canada,
  and Mexico; all others $300). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. 8p.
  Subject index keywords:  Superfund, Hazardous  materials,
  Waste management,  Office of Solid Waste and Emergency
  Response, Hazard Ranking System.

0382 Site Assessment Information Directory (SAID)
  Region 1 (for Microcomputers). Date of Coverage:
  October 1991
  Order Number  PB93-506111CDH, price: DOS
  Environmental  Protection Agency, Washington, DC; Oct 91
  The Site Assessment Information Directory (SAID) is a data-
  base  of information sources designed  to support EPA Re-
  gional, state, and contractor staff in data collection efforts for
  site investigation activities. SAID is designed to assist data
  collection activities,  especially during  Preliminary Assess-
  ments (PAs)  and  Site  Inspections  (Sis),  and to support
  Hazard Ranking  system (HRS) package preparation.  SAID
  entries are cross-referenced according to  categories of infor-
  mation and geographical areas and  may be  accessed in a
  variety of ways. The SAID database system is supplemented
  by a User's Guide and EPA region specific 'Phone book' list-
  ing of information sources.
  Specifications: The  datafile is on one 31/2 inch diskette,
  1.44M high density. Documentation included;  may be ordered
  separately as  PB93-192797.  System:  IBM compatible; MS
  DOS  operating system.  480K RAM required  (550— recom-
  mended). See also  Region  1 - PB93-506111, Region 2 -
  PB93-506129, Region 3 -  PB93-506137, Region 4 - PB93-
  506145, Region 5 - PB93-506152,  Region 6  - PB93-506160,
  Region 7 - PB93-506178, Region 8 - PB93-506186, Region 9
  - PB93-506194, Region 10 - PB93-506202. 1  diskette.
  Subject index keywords: Superfund, Data bases, Software,
  SAID(Site Assessment Information Directory).
 0383  Site Assessment Information Directory (SAID)
  Region 2 (for Microcomputers). Date of Coverage:
  October 1991
  Order Number PB93-506129CDH, price: DOS
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC; Oct 91
  The Site Assessment Information Directory (SAID) is a data-
  base of information  sources  designed to support EPA Re-
  gional, state, and contractor staff in data  collection efforts for
  site investigation activities.  SAID is designed to assist data
  collection  activities,  especially during Preliminary Assess-
   ments  (PAs)  and Site Inspections (Sis),  and to support
   Hazard Ranking system (HRS) package preparation. SAID
   entries are cross-referenced according to categories of infor-
   mation and geographical areas and may be accessed in a
  variety of ways. The SAID database system  is supplemented
   by a User's Guide and EPA region specific 'Phone book' list-
   Ing of information sources.
   Specifications: The datafile  is on  one 3 1/2 inch diskette,
   1.44M high density. Documentation included; may be ordered
   separately as PB93-192805. System: IBM  compatible; MS
   DOS operating system. 480K RAM required (550-  recom-
   mended).  See also  Region  1 - PB93-506111,  Region 2 -
  PB93-506129, Region 3 - PB93-506137, Region 4 - PB93-
  506145, Rgion 5 - PB93-506152, Region 6 - PB93-506160,
  Region 7 - PB93-506178, Region 8 - PB93-506186, Region 9
  - PB93-506194, Region 10 - PB93-506202. 1 diskette.
  Subject index keywords: Superfund, Data bases, Software,
  SAID(Site Assessment Information Directory).

0384  Site Assessment Information Directory (SAID)
  Region 3 (for Microcomputers). Date of Coverage:
  October 1991
  Order Number PB93-506137CDH, price: DOS
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC; Oct 91
  The Site Assessment Information Directory (SAID) is a data-
  base of information  sources designed to support EPA  Re-
  gional, state, and contractor staff in data collection efforts for
  site investigation activities. SAID is designed to assist data
  collection  activities,  especially during  Preliminary Assess-
  ments  (PAs)  and Site Inspections  (Sis), and to  support
  Hazard Ranking system (HRS) package  preparation. SAID
  entries are cross-referenced according to categories of infor-
  mation and geographical  areas and may be accessed in a
  variety of ways. The SAID database system is supplemented
  by a User's Guide and EPA region specific 'Phone book' list-
  ing of information sources.
  Specifications: The datafile is on  one 3 1/2 inch diskette,
  1.44M high density. Documentation included; may be ordered
  separately as  PB93-192813.  System: IBM  compatible; MS
  DOS  operating  system. 480K  RAM required (550-  recom-
  mended).  See also  Region 1  - PB93-506111, Region 2 -
  PB93-506129, Region  3 - PB93-506137,  Region 4 -  PB93-
  506145, Region 5 -  PB93-506152,  Region 6 - PB93-506160,
  Region 7 - PB93-506178,  Region 8 - PB93-506186, Region 9
  - PB93-506194, Region  1C) - PB93-506202. 1 diskette.
  Subject index keywords: Superfund, Data bases, Software,
  SAID(Site Assessment Information Directory).

 0385  Site Assessment Information Directory (SAID)
  Region 4 (for Microcomputers). Date of Coverage:
  October 1991
  Order Number PB93-506145CDH, price: DOS
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC; Oct 91
  The Site Assessment Information  Directory (SAID) is a data-
  base of information sources designed to support EPA Re-
  gional, state, and contractor staff in data collection efforts for
  site  investigation activities. SAID is designed to assist  data
  collection activities,  especially during Preliminary Assess-
  ments  (PAs) and Site Inspections  (Sis),  and to  support
  Hazard Ranking system  (HRS) package preparation.  SAID
  entries are cross-referenced according to categories of infor-
  mation and  geographical areas and  may be accessed in a
  variety of ways. The SAID database system is supplemented
  by a User's Guide and  EPA region specific 'Phone book' list-
  ing of information sources.
  Specifications: The datafile is on one 3 1/2  inch diskette,
   1.44M high density.  Documentation included; may be ordered
  separately as  PB93-192821.  System: IBM compatible; MS
   DOS  operating system. 480K  RAM  required (550— recom-
   mended). See  also Region  1 -  PB93-506111, Region 2 -
   PB93-506129,  Region  3  - PB93-506137, Region 4 - PB93-
   506145, Region 5 - PB93-506152, Region 6 -  PB93-506160,
   Region 7 - PB93-506178, Region 8 - PB93-506186,  Region 9
   - PB93-506194, Region 10 - PB93-506202. 1 diskette.
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   Subject index keywords: Superfund, Data bases, Software,
   SAID(Site Assessment Information Directory).

 0386  Site Assessment Information Directory (SAID)
   Region 5 (for Microcomputers). Date of Coverage: 1991
   Order Number PB93-506152CDH, price: DOS
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC; Oct 91
   The Site Assessment Information Directory  (SAID) is a data-
   base of information sources designed to  support EPA Re-
   gional, state, and contractor staff in data collection efforts for
   site  investigation activities. SAID is designed to assist data
   collection activities, especially  during Preliminary Assess-
   ments (PAs)  and  Site  Inspections  (Sis),  and to  support
   Hazard  Ranking  system (MRS)  package preparation.  SAID
   entries are cross-referenced according to categories of infor-
   mation and geographical areas  and  may be accessed in a
   variety of ways. The SAID database system is supplemented
   by a User's Guide and EPA region specific 'Phone book' list-
   ing of information sources.
   Specifications: The datafile is on one 3 1/2 inch diskette,
   1.44M high density. Documentation included; may be ordered
   separately as PB93-192839. System: IBM  compatible; MS
   DOS operating system. 480K  RAM required (550-  recom-
   mended).  See also Region 1 - PB93-506111, Region 2 -
   PB93-506129, Region 3  -  PB93-506137, Region 4 - PB93-
  506145, Region 5 - PB93-506152,  Region 6 - PB93-506160
  Region 7 - PB93-506178, Region 8 - PB93-506186, Region 9
  - PB93-506194, Region 10 - PB93-506202. 1 diskette.
  Subject index keywords: Superfund, Data bases, Software,
  SAID(Site Assessment Information Directory).

0387  Site Assessment Information Directory (SAID)
  Region 6 (for Microcomputers). Date of Coverage-
  October 1991
  Order Number PB93-506160CDH, price: DOS
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC; Oct 91
  The Site Assessment Information Directory  (SAID) is a data-
  base of information  sources designed to support EPA Re-
  gional, state, and contractor staff in data collection efforts for
  site investigation activities.  SAID is designed to assist  data
  collection  activities,  especially  during Preliminary Assess-
  ments (PAs)  and  Site  Inspections (Sis),  and to support
  Hazard Ranking  system (HRS) package preparation. SAID
  entries are cross-referenced according to categories of infor-
  mation and geographical  areas and may be accessed  in a
  variety of ways. The SAID database system is supplemented
  by a User's Guide and EPA region specific 'Phone book' list-
  ing of information sources.
  Specifications: The  datafile is on one 3 1/2 inch  diskette,
  1.44M high density. Documentation included;  may be ordered
  separately as  PB93-192847. System:  IBM  compatible; MS
  DOS  operating system. 480K RAM required (550- recom-
  mended). See also Region 1  -  PB93-506111,  Region 2 -
  PB93-506129,  Region 3 - PB93-506137,  Region 4 -  PB93-
  506145, Region 5 - PB93-506152, Region 6  - PB93-506160
  Region 7 - PB93-506178, Region 8 - PB93-506186, Region 9
  - PB93-506194, Region 10 -  PB93-506202. 1 diskette.
  Subject index keywords: Superfund, Data bases, Software,
  SAID(Site Assessment Information Directory).
 0388  Site Assessment Information Directory (SAID)
   Region 7 (for Microcomputers). Date of Coverage:
   October 1991
   Order Number PB93-506178CDH, price: DOS
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC; Oct 91
   The Site Assessment  Information Directory  (SAID) is a data-
   base of  information sources designed to support EPA Re-
   gional, state, and contractor staff in data collection efforts for
   site  investigation activities. SAID  is designed to assist data
   collection activities, especially during Preliminary Assess-
   ments (PAs)  and  Site  Inspections  (Sis),  and to  support
   Hazard  Ranking system (HRS) package preparation.  SAID
   entries are cross-referenced according to categories of infor-
   mation and geographical areas and  may be accessed in a
   variety of ways. The SAID database system  is supplemented
   by a User's Guide and EPA region specific 'Phone  book' list-
   ing of information sources.
   Specifications: The datafile is on one 3 1/2 inch diskette,
   1.44M high density. Documentation included; may be ordered
   separately as  PB93-192854. System:  IBM  compatible; MS
   DOS operating  system. 480K  RAM required (550—  recom-
   mended). See also Region 1 - PB93-506111, Region 2 -
   PB93-506129,  Region  3  - PB93-506137, Region 4 - PB93-
  506145, Region 5 - PB93-506152, Region 6 - PB93-506160,
  Region 7 - PB93-506178, Region 8 - PB93-506186, Region 9
  - PB93-506194, Region 10 - PB93-506202. 1  diskette.
  Subject index keywords: Superfund, Data bases,  Software,
  SAID(Site Assessment  Information Directory).

0389  Site Assessment Information Directory (SAID)
  Region 8 (for Microcomputers). Date of Coverage:  1991
  Order Number PB93-506186CDH, price: DOS
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC; Oct 91
  The Site Assessment Information Directory (SAID) is a data-
  base of information  sources designed  to support  EPA Re-
  gional, state, and contractor staff in data collection efforts for
  site investigation activities. SAID is designed to assist  data
  collection activities,  especially  during  Preliminary Assess-
  ments (PAs) and  Site Inspections (Sis),  and to support
  Hazard Ranking system (HRS) package preparation. SAID
  entries are cross-referenced according to categories of infor-
  mation and geographical  areas and may be accessed  in a
  variety of ways. The SAID database system is supplemented
  by a User's Guide and EPA region  specific 'Phone book' list-
  ing of information sources.
  Specifications: The  datafile  is on one  3 1/2 inch  diskette,
  1.44M high density. Documentation included;  may be ordered
  separately as  PB93-213817. System:  IBM compatible; MS
  DOS  operating  system. 480K RAM required (550- recom-
  mended).  See also Region 1  - PB93-506111,  Region 2 -
  PB93-506129,  Region 3 - PB93-506137, Region 4 -  PB93-
  506145, Region 5 - PB93-506152,  Region 6  - PB93-506160,
  Region 7 - PB93-506178, Region 8 - PB93-506186, Region 9
  - PB93-506194, Region  10 - PB93-506202. 1 diskette.
  Subject index keywords: Superfund,  Data bases, Software,
  SAID(Site Assessment Information Directory).
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0390  Site Assessment Information Directory (SAID)
  Region 9 (for Microcomputers). Date of Coverage:
  October 1991
  Order Number PB93-506194CDH, price: DOS
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC; Oct 91
  The Site Assessment Information Directory (SAID) is a data-
  base of information sources designed  to support EPA  Re-
  gional, state, and contractor staff in data collection efforts for
  site investigation activities. SAID is designed to assist data
  collection  activities, especially during  Preliminary  Assess-
  ments  (PAs)  and  Site  Inspections  (Sis),  and to support
  Hazard  Ranking  system (HRS) package preparation. SAID
  entries are cross-referenced according to categories of infor-
  mation and geographical areas and  may be accessed in  a
  variety of ways. The SAID database system is supplemented
  by a User's Guide and EPA region specific 'Phone book' list-
  ing of information sources.
  Specifications: The datafile  is on one 3 1/2 inch  diskette,
  1.44M high density. Documentation included; may be ordered
  separately as  PB93-213825. System:  IBM compatible;  MS
  DOS operating system.  480K RAM required (550- recom-
  mended).  See also Region  1  - PB93-506111, Region 2 -
  PB93-506129,  Region 3 -  PB93-506137, Region 4 - PB93-
  506145, Region 5 - PB93-506152,  Region 6 - PB93-506160,
  Region 7 - PB93-506178, Region 8 - PB93-506186, Region 9
  - PB93-506194, Region 10 - PB93-506202.  1 diskette.
  Subject index keywords:  Superfund, Data bases, Software,
  SAID(Site Assessment Information Directory).

0391  Site Assessment Information Directory (SAID)
  Region 10 (for Microcomputers). Date of Coverage:
  October 1991
  Order Number PB93-506202CDH, price: DOS
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC; Oct 91
  The Site Assessment  Information Directory (SAID) is a data-
  base of information sources designed to  support  EPA Re-
  gional, state, and contractor staff in data collection efforts for
  site  investigation activities. SAID is designed to assist  data
  collection activities,  especially  during Preliminary Assess-
  ments  (PAs) and Site Inspections (Sis), and  to support
  Hazard Ranking system (HRS) package preparation.  SAID
  entries are cross-referenced according to categories of infor-
  mation  and geographical areas and may be accessed in a
  variety of ways. The SAID  database system is supplemented
  by a User's Guide and EPA region specific 'Phone book' list-
  Ing of information sources.
  Specifications: The datafile is on one 31/2  inch diskette,
  1.44M high density. Documentation included; may be ordered
  separately as PB93-213833. System:  IBM  compatible; MS
  DOS operating system. 480K RAM  required (550— recom-
  mended). See  also  Region 1 - PB93-506111,  Region 2 -
  PB93-506129, Region 3 - PB93-506137, Region 4 - PB93-
  506145, Region 5 - PB93-506152, Region 6 - PB93-506160,
  Region 7 - PB93-506178, Region 8 - PB93-506186, Region 9
  - PB93-506194, Region 10 - PB93-506202. 1 diskette.
  Subject index keywords: Superfund,  Data bases,  Software,
  SAID(Site Assessment Information Directory).
0392  Standard Document for Remedial Site Assessment
  Decisions
  Order Number PB93-963288CDH, price: PC A01/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response; 8 Dec 92
  The National Contingency Plan (NCP) requires the U.S. Envi-
  ronmental Protection  Agesncy (EPA) to assess all releases
  and threatened releases throughout the United States pursu-
  ant to the Comprehensive Environmental Response,  Com-
  pensation and Liability Act of 1980 (CERCLA), as amended.
  In accordance with the NCP, EPA conducts PAs and Sis to
  assess sites  where releases or  threatened releases may
  exist  After evaluating information collected during a PA or
  SI, EPA then  decides on the need for further investigative or
  response action. All Regions document remedial site assess-
  ment  decisions, but procedures vary. To ensure  adequate
  documentation of  such decisions, the site assessment pro-
  gram  has developed a  standard  site assessment decision
  sheet.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
  and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. 4p.
  Subject  index keywords: Superfund, Hazardous  materials,
  Waste disposal.
0393  Superfund Fact Sheet: Exposure Pathways
  Order Number PB93-963306CDH, price: PC A02/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response; Sep 92
  The fact sheet describes exposure pathways, the different
  manners in which people can be exposed to hazardous ma-
  terials. Explanations  of  several pathways involving surface
  waters, ground water,  air, soil, and the food chain are given.
  The fact  sheet is one in a series providing reference informa-
  tion about Superfund issues and is intended for readers with
  no formal scientific training.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
  and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. 8p.
  Subject  index keywords!: Environmental exposure pathway,
  Path of pollutants, Hazardous materials, Public health, Super-
  fund.
 0394  Supplemental Guide to Video on Superfund Site
  Assessment Screening: A National Priority
  Order Number PB93-963323CDH, price: PC A04/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response; Jan 93
  EPA's Superfund  program uses a systematic site assessment
  screening process to determine which hazardous waste sites
  should be considered a national priority. The site assessment
  screening process is  an objective, methodical process that
  follows established procedures and uses a uniform set of de-
  cision-making criteria. The video  is intended for state, EPA,
  or contractor  personnel  who  perform  site  assessment
  screening for Superfund. The video gives an overview of the
   Superfund site assessment screening process and provides
  those performing the  tasks an overall understanding of their
  work.
   Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
   posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
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  and Mexico; ail others $400). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. 63p.
  Subject index keywords: Superfund, Site surveys, Risk as-
  sessment.

 0395 Update No. 2 to 'Procedures for Completion and
  Deletion of NPL Sites'
  Order Number PB92-963344CDH, price: PC A01/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; 19 Feb 92
  The purpose of the directive is to  revise EPA guidance to
  clarify the distinction between the terms 'site completion' and
  'construction completion.'
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
  and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. 5p.
  Subject  index  keywords:  Hazardous materials,  Pollution
  control, Superfund.


 PROGRAM  IMPLEMENTATION:

 Compliance With Other Laws

 0396 ARAR's Q's and A's. Compliance with the Toxicity
  Characteristics Rule. Part 1
  Order  Number PB90-273814CDH, price: PC A02/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; May  90
  The document is a  part  of a series of fact sheets that pro-
  vide answers to questions that arose  in developing applica-
  ble or relevant and appropriate  requirements  (ARARs) poli-
  cies, training sessions, and in identifying and  complying with
  ARARs at specific sites. The sheet addresses  compliance
  with the recently promulgated Toxicity Characteristics  Rule
  (55 FR 11798, March 29, 1990).
  Specifications: 6p.
  Subject  index keywords: Project management, Hazardous
  materials, Toxicity,  Superfund,  Office  of  Solid Waste and
  Emergency  Response, Waste management, Remedial action.

0397  ARARs Fact Sheet: Compliance  with the Clean Air
  Act and  Associated Air  Quality Requirements
  Order Number PB92-963282CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington,  DC. Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response; Sep 92
  The fact  sheet provides updated guidance on compliance
  with the Clean Air Act, as amended November 1990 (42  USC
  7401 et.  seq.) and related air quality rules under other envi-
  ronmental statutes.  It also addresses  developing  applicable
  or  relevant  and appropriate requirements (ARARs)  policies
  and identifying and complying with ARARs at  specific  sites.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, De-
  posit account required (minimum  deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
  and Mexico; all others $400). Single  copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. 30p.
  Subject  index keywords: Superfund,  Waste  management,
  Hazardous materials, Air pollution abatement, Office  of Solid
  Waste  and Emergency Response.
 0398  ARARs Q's and A's
   Order Number PB90-273780CDH, price: PC A02/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Emergency and  Remedial Response; May 89
   The document is part of a series of fact sheets that provide
   answers to questions that arose in developing applicable or
   relevant and appropriate  requirements  (ARARs)  policies,
   training sessions, and  in  identifying  and complying with
   ARARs at specific  sites.  Responses  covered in  the fact
   sheet reflect  current program practice and include  policies
   and language from the proposed National Contingency Plan
   (NCP).
   Specifications:  7p.
   Subject index keywords: Project management, Hazardous
   materials,  Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response,
   Superfund, Remedial action,  Remedial   response, Waste
   management.

 0399  ARARS Q's and A's: Compliance with Federal Water
   Quality Criteria
   Order Number PB90-274267CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Emergency and  Remedial Response; Jun 90
   The document is part of a series of fact sheets that provide
   answers to questions that arose in developing  applicable or
   relevant and  appropriate  requirements  (ARARs)  policies,
   training  sessions,  and  in  identifying and complying with
   ARARs  at specific sites. The sheet addresses compliance
   with Federal Water Quality Criteria as ARARs.
   Specifications:  See also PB90-273780. 11 p.
   Subject index  keywords:  Hazardous  materials,  Project
   management,  Water  quality, Superfund, Waste management,
   Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response.
 0400  ARARs Q's and A's Compliance with New SDWA
   National Primary Drinking Water Regulations for Organic
   and Inorganic Chemicals
   Order Number PB91-921363CDH, price: PC A02/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Emergency and Remedial Response; Jul 91
  The report provides guidance on questions that arose in de-
  veloping ARAR  policies, and in indentifying and complying
  with ARARs at specific sites concerning the new Safe Drink-
  ing Water Regulations (Phase II), which were promulgated on
  January 30, 1991.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $150 U.S., Canada,
  and Mexico; all others $300). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or  microfiche. 7p.
  Subject: index  keywords:  Water  quality,  Drinking water,
  Water pollution, Superfund.
0401  ARARs Q's and A's: Genera! Policy, RCRA, CWA,
  SDWA, Post-ROD  Information, and Contingent Waivers
  Order Number PB91-921341CDH, price: PC A02/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Jul 91
  These 'ARARs Q's and A's' are part of  a series  of Fact
  Sheets  that provide guidance on a number of question that
  arose in developing ARAR policies, in ARARs  training ses-
  sion, and in identifying and complying with ARARs at specific
  sites. This particular Q's and A's  Fact Sheet updates and re-
  places a Fact Sheet which was first issued in May 1989.
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  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $150 U.S., Canada,
  and Mexico;  all others $300). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. 7p.
  Subject index keywords: Superfund, Waste management,
  Hazardous materials, Office of Solid Waste and Emergency
  Response.

0402  ARARs Q's and A's: State Ground-Water
  Antidegradation Issues
  Order Number PB91-921311CDH, price: PC A02/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Jul 90
  The Fact Sheet discusses, section 121(d)(2) of  CERCLA, as
  amended by the 1986  Superfund Amendments and Reau-
  thorization Act (SARA),  requires that remedial actions  must
  at least attain Federal and more stringent State  applicable or
  relevant and appropriate requirements (ARARs) upon com-
  pletion of the remedial action. The Q's and A's  fact sheet is
  designed to  provide guidance on the status of State ground-
  water antidegradation  provisions  as  potential  ARARs for
  CERCLA ground-water and soil remedial actions. The  guid-
  ance  in the  fact sheet reiterates Agency policy already in
  practice In EPA's Regional offices. The goal and policy of the
  Superfund program is to return usable ground water to  its
  beneficial uses within the timeframe that is reasonable, given
  the particular circumstances of the site. In addition to their
  goal of ground-water cleanup, Superfund has a nondegrada-
  tion policy in that they  strive for the prevention of further
  degradation  of the ground water during their  remedial ac-
  tions. However, it should be noted that more stringent State
  standards than those imposed by EPA policy may  be im-
  posed by State antidegradation requirements. Such State re-
  quirements,  if they have been determined to be ARARs for
  the site, would have to be met (e.g., by meeting the dis-
  charge requirements)  or waived (e.g., by the interim remedy
  waiver). Nevertheless, even where temporary degradation of
  the ground water may be required during the remedial action,
  they will provide protection by restricting access or providing
  institutional controls, and EPA response actions will ultimate-
  ly result in restoration of the ground water's beneficial uses.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit  account required (minimum deposit $150 U.S., Canada,
  and Mexico; all others $300). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. 9p.
  Subject index keywords: Superfund, Hazardous  materials,
  Water  pollution   abatement, Land  pollution  abatement,
  Ground water, Waste management, Applicable or Relevant
  and  Appropriate  Requirements, Office of Solid Waste and
  Emergency Response.
 0403  ARARs Q's and A's: The Fund-Balancing Waiver
  Order Number PB91-921321CDH, price: PC A01/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Jan 91
  The fact sheet implements the applicable or relevant and ap-
  propriate requirements  (ARARs) provisions  EPA has devel-
  oped guidance and provided training to Regions and States
  on the identification of and compliance with ARARs. It is part
  of a series that provide guidance on a number of  questions
  that arose in developing ARARs policies, in ARARs  training
  sessions,  and  in  identifying  and complying with ARARs at
  specific sites. The fact  sheet addresses the Fund-balancing
  waiver.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $150 U.S., Canada,
  and Mexico; all others $300). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. 5p.
  Subject index keywords:  Superfund, Waste management,
  Hazardous materials, Applicable or Relevant and Appropriate
  Requirements, Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Re-
  sponse, Fund-balancing waivers.

0404  CERCLA Compliance with Other Environmental
  Statutes
  Order Number PB91-214098CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response; 2 Oct 85
  The directive sets forth the Environmental Protection Agency
  (EPA) policy on the applicability of the standards,  criteria,
  advisories, and guidance of other State and Federal environ-
  mental  and public health statutes to actions taken pursuant
  to sections 104 and  106 of the Comprehensive Environmen-
  tal  Response, Compensation,  and  Liability  Act  of  1980
  (CERCLA). The policy addresses considerations for on-site
  and off-site actions taken under CERCLA.
  Specifications:  Portions of this document are not fully legi-
  ble. 22p.
  Subject index keywords:  Superfund, Waste management,
  Hazardous materials, Office of  Emergency and Remedial Re-
  sponse.

0405  CERCLA Compliance with Other Laws Manual:
  CERCLA Compliance wilth State Requirements
  Order Number PB90-272543CDH, price: PC A02/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Dec 89
  The fact sheet provides a guide to chapter 6 of Part II of the
  'CERCLA Compliance with Other Laws Manual.' The fifth in a
  series,  this fact sheet discusses CERCLA compliance with
  State requirements, based on  policies in proposed revisions
  to the National Contingency Plan.
  Specifications: See also PB90-272535. 8p.
  Subject index keywords:  Project  management, Superfund,
  Office  of Solid Waste and Emergency Response, National
  contingency plan.

0406   CERCLA Compliance with Other Laws Manual:
  CERCLA Compliance with the CWA and SDWA
  Order Number PB90-273806CDH, price: PC A02/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Feb 90
  The fact sheet provides a guide to Chapters 3 and 4 of Part I
  of the  'CERCLA  Compliance  with Other Laws Manual.' The
  sixth in a series,  the fact sheet focuses on CERCLA compli-
  ance with the Clean Water Act (Chapter 3), and Safe Drink-
  ing Water Act (Chapter 4), and discusses other statutes with
  provisions relevant to surface water or drinking water.
  Specifications: 10p.
  Subject index keywords: Hazardous materials, Guidelines,
  Project management, Superfund, Waste management, Office
  of Solid Waste and Emergency Response.
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0407 CERCLA Compliance with Other Laws Manual:
  Guide to Manual
  Order Number PB90-274242CDH, price: PC A01/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Sep 89
  The document serves as a guide to the use of the 'CERCLA
  Compliance with  Other Laws Manual.' Second in a series,
  the Fact Sheet  discusses implementation of Applicable  or
  Relevant and Appropriate Requirements (ARARs) provisions
  in  the proposed revisions to the National Contingency Plan
  (NCP).
  Specifications:  See also PB90-148461 and PB90-272535
  4p.
  Subject index keywords: Hazardous materials, Guidelines,
  Project management, Superfund, Waste management, Office
  of  Solid Waste and Emergency Response.

0408 CERCLA Compliance with Other Laws Manual:
  Overview of ARARs - Focus on ARAR Waivers
  Order Number PB90-273798CDH, price: PC A02/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Dec 89
  The fact sheet summarizes Chapter I Part I of the 'CERCLA
  Compliance With Other Laws Manual: Part I.' The third in a
  series, the fact sheet provides an overview of Applicable  or
  Relevant and Appropriate Requirements (ARARs) based on
  policies  in proposed revisions to the  National  Contingency
  Plan (NCP).
  Specifications: 8p.
  Subject  index  keywords:  Hazardous materials,  Project
 : management, Superfund, Office of Solid Waste and Emer-
  gency Response, Waste management, Comprehensive Envi-
  ronmental Response Compensation and  Liability Act, Reme-
  dial action.

0409  CERCLA Compliance with Other Laws Manual. Part
  1. Interim Final
  Order Number PB90-272535CDH, price: PC A11/MF A02
  IGF, Inc., Fairfax, VA.; Environmental Protection Agency,
  Washington, DC. Office of Emergency and Remedial  .
  Response; 8 Aug 88
  The manual is developed to provide  guidance to Remedial
  Project Managers  (RPMs), State personnel at State-lead Su-
  perfund sites, On-Scene Coordinators (OSCs), and other per-
  sons  responsible  for planning response actions  under the
  Comprehensive  Environmental   Response,  Compensation,
  and Liability Act  (CERCLA). The guidance is  intended to
  assist in the selection of on-site remedial actions that meet
  the applicable,  or relevant and appropriate  requirements
  (ARARs) of the Resource  Conservation and Recovery Act
  (RCRA),  Clean Water Act (CWA), Safe  Drinking Water Act
  (SDWA), Clean Air Act  (CAA), and other Federal  and  State
  environmental laws as required by CERCLA.
  Specifications:  See also PB90-272550. Sponsored by Envi-
  ronmental  Protection Agency,  Washington, DC.  Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response. 244p.
  Subject  index keywords: Manuals, Laws, Pollution regula-
  tion, Remedial action, Remedial response, Waste manage-
  ment.
0410  CERCLA Compliance with Other Laws Manual:
  RCRA ARARS-Focus on Closure Requirements
  Order Number PB90-274259CDH, price: PC A02/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Oct 89
  The document serves as a guide to the use of the 'CERCLA
  Compliance with  Other  Laws Manual: Parts I  and II.' The
  fourth in a series, the Fact Sheet addresses compliance with
  Subtitle C of the  Resource  Conservation  and Recovery Act
  (RCRA), as amended by the Hazardous and  Solid Waste
  Amendments of 1984, with a focus on the RCRA Subtitle C
  disclosure requirements.
  Specifications: See also PB90-273798. 9p.
  Subject  index  keywords:  Hazardous  materials,  Project
  management, Superfund, Waste management, Office of Solid
  Waste and Emergency  Response, Resource Conservation
  and Recovery Act.

0411  CERCLA Compliance with Other Laws Manual:
  Summary and Part 2. CAA, TSCA, and Other Statutes
  Order Number PB90-272550CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Apr 90
  The fact sheet provides a guide to Chapters 2 and 3 of Part
  II of the  'CERCLA Compliance With  Other  Laws Manual.'
  The sixth  in a  series, this fact sheet focuses  on CERCLA
  compliance with the Clean  Air Act (CAA), the Toxic Sub-
  stances  Control Act (TSCA),  and the Federal Insecticide,
  Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act. In addition,  it discusses
  other  statutes  that set  standards  for radioactive  wastes,
  mining wastes,  and other resource protection statutes that
  are potential Applicable or Relevant  and Appropriate Re-
  quirements (ARARs) for CERCLA actions.
  Specifications: See also PB90-272543. 11 p.
  Subject  index keywords: Project management, Superfund,
  Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response.

0412  CERCLA Compliance with the RCRA Toxicity
  Characteristics (TC) Rule: Part 2
  Order Number PB91-921309CDH, price: PC A01/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Oct 90
  The Fact Sheet discusses CERCLA remedial actions which
  must comply with  the requirements of the  Resource Conser-
  vation and Recovery Act (RCRA) when they are determined
  to  be applicable  or relevant and appropriate requirements
  (ARARs) unless a waiver is justified.  For RCRA Subtitle  C
  hazardous waste requirements to be applicable, the CERCLA
  response  action must constitute  either treatment, storage,
  transport, or disposal of a RCRA hazardous waste. There-
  fore,  to make determinations about the applicability or rel-
  evance and appropriateness of  RCRA requirements, site
  managers  need to  understand how to identify whether  a
  CERCLA waste  is  a RCRA hazardous waste (including  when
  a waste exhibits the newly promulgated toxicity characteris-
  tics (TC)). The purpose of the guide, the second dealing with
  the TC rule (see ARARs Qs  & As, Compliance with the Tox-
  icity Characteristics  Rule: Part  I,  May  1990,  Publication
  9234.2-08FS) is to provide a general framework for  manag-
  ing CERCLA  wastes in accordance with  the new require-
  ments.
  Specifications:  Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $150 U.S., Canada,
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  and Mexico; all others $300). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. 5p.
  Subject index keywords: Superfund, Waste management,
  Hazardous materials, Remedial  action,  Toxic  substances,
  Office of Solid Waste and  Emergency Response,  Compre-
  hensive Environmental Response Compensation and Liability
  Act

0413  CERCLA (Comprehensive Environmental Response,
  Compensation and Liability Act) Compliance with Other
  Laws Manual: Part 2. Clean Air Act and Other
  Environmental Statutes and State Requirements
  Order Number PB90-148461CDH, price: PC A09/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response; Aug 89
  The purpose of the  CERCLA Compliance with Other Laws
  Manual is to  assist  Remedial  Project Managers (RPMs) in
  identifying and complying with all applicable or relevant and
  appropriate requirements (ARARs) for  remedial actions taken
  at Superfund  sites. This part of the  guidance manual  ad-
  dresses CERCLA compliance  with the Clean Air  Act and
  other environmental statutes for remedial actions.
  Specifications:  176p.
  Subject index keywords: Statutes, Environmental impacts,
  States(United  States).
0414  CERCLA Off-Site Policy - Eligibility of Facilities in
  Assessment Monitoring
  Order Number PB90-249632CDH, price: PC A01/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; 28 Jul 86
  The  directive clarifies  application  of the CERCLA off-site
  policy to  RCRA commercial facilities in assessment monitor-
  ing.
  Specifications:  5p.
  Subject index keywords: Regulations, Facilities, Superfund,
  Remedial action,  Office  of Solid Waste and Emergency Re-
  sponse, Assessment monitoring, Businesses.
0415  CERCLA Off-Site Policy: Providing Notice to
  Facilities
  Order Number PB90-249624CDH, price: PC A02/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response; 12 May 86
  The directive assists in providing notice to commercial treat-
  ment, storage, and disposal (TSDs) facilities deemed ineligi-
  ble to  receive CERCLA response  wastes.  Outlines proce-
  dures for facilities to submit written comments on the appli-
  cation of the policy to the conditions  alleged at their facility.
  Specifications:  8p.
  Subject index keywords: Regulations, Waste disposal,  Su-
  perfund, Remedial action, Office of Solid Waste and Emer-
  gency Response.
0416  CERCLA Removal Actions at Methane Release Sites
  Order Number PB91-190850CDH, price: PC A01/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC.  Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response; 23 Jan 86
  The directive clarifies OERR policy on the appropriateness of
  removal actions at methane gas release sites under authority
  of CERCLA. CERCLA responses to  methane gas releases
  should  be carefully evaluated on a case-by-case basis. Al-
  though the proposed  removal action is authorized under
  CERCLA 104(a)(1), the responsible party may not be liable
  under section 107 for removal action costs.
  Specifications:  4p.
  Subject index keywords;: Air  pollution control, Superfund,
  Waste disposal,  Methane, Office of Solid Waste and Emer-
  gency Response.

0417  Compendium of CERCLA ARARs fact sheets and
  directives
  Order Number DE92004878CDH, price: PC A12/MF A03
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response. USDOE Assistant
  Secretary for Environment, Safety, and Health, Washington,
  DC (United States). Office of Environmental Guidance; Oct
  91
  Section  121  (d) of the Comprehensive Environmental Re-
  sponse Compensation and Liability Act (CERCLA) as amend-
  ed by the  Superfund Amendments and  Reauthorization Act
  of 1986 (SARA), requires attainment  of Federal and State
  applicable  and   relevant and  appropriate requirements
  (ARARs). Subparts E,  Section  300.400(g) "Identification  of
  applicable  or relevant and appropriate requirements" of the
  National Oil and Hazardous Substances  Pollution Contingen-
  cy Plan (NCP) (55 CFR 8666, March 8,  1990) describes the
  process for attaining ARARs. The purpose of this compendi-
  um is to provide you with a complete  and current source of
  "Quick Reference Fact Sheets" and Directives on applicable
  and relevant and appropriate requirements (ARARs). These
  fact sheets provide overviews  of  the ARARs for CERCLA
  cleanup actions. The Compendium of  CERCLA ARARs con-
  sists of seven (7) chapters: lists of general fact sheets that
  provide introductory information on ARARs;  Chapter 2 dis-
  cusses air emissions from Superfund air strippers; Chapter 3
  deals with Indian Tribal involvement  in the  Superfund pro-
  gram; Chapter 4 discusses soil lead cleanup levels at Super-
  fund sites; Chapter 5 discusses the risk associated with Su-
  perfund cleanups; Chapter 6 contains  four sections that dis-
  cuss a variety of RCRA ARARs such as general guidance
  topics, land disposal restrictions, Superfund LDR guides, and
  toxicity characteristics; and finally, Chapter 7  contains a vari-
  ety of ARAR fact sheets and directives on Wastewater, Safe
  Drinking Water Act and Groundwater.
  Specifications:  254p.
  Subject index  keywords:  Pollution  Laws,  US  Superfund,
  Remedial Action, Waste Management.

0418  Compliance with Third Third Requirements Under
  the LDRs. Superfund LDR Guide No. 8
  Order Number PB91-921313CDH, price: PC A01/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Oct 90
  The 1984  Hazardous and Solid Waste Amendments (HSWA)
  require EPA to  promulgate  regulations restricting the land
  disposal of RCRA hazardous wastes. EPA previously promul-
  gated regulations restricting the land disposal of solvent- and
  dioxin-containing, California list, First Third, and Second Third
  wastes. The  Guide (the eigth in a series of LDR guides pre-
  pared by the Office of Emergency and  Remedial Response
  (OERR)) summarizes the key provisions of  the Third Third
  LDR rule  and discusses  potential implications for CERCLA
  response  actions. More detailed guidance on Superfund
  compliance with the LDRs is being prepared  by the Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response (OSWER).
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  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $150 U.S., Canada,
  and Mexico; all others $300). Single copies also  available in
  paper copy or microfiche. 4p.
  Subject index keywords: Superfund, Guidelines, Hazardous
  materials, Waste treatment, Remedial action.

0419 Consideration of ARARs during Removal Actions
  Order Number PB92-963410CDH, price: PC A02/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Apr 92
  The fact sheet summarizes  a Superfund Removal Proce-
  dures (SRP) volume entitled  'Guidance on the Consideration
  of ARARs During Removal Actions' which describes the es-
  sential components of applicable or relevant and  appropriate
  requirements (ARARs) for on-site removal actions, including
  identification of potential Federal and State ARARs, determi-
  nation of when compliance with ARARs is not required, and
  documentation of ARARs evaluations.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
  and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. See also PB92-963401. 6p.
  Subject index  keywords: Hazardous materials, Removal,
  Superfund.

0420 Consideration of RCRA Requirements in Performing
  CERCLA Responses  at Mining Waste Sites
  Order Number PB91-214205CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; 19 Aug 86
  The directive discusses mining wastes which will not be reg-
  ulated under Subtitle C of RCRA. Mining waste problems will
  be addressed by developing  a program for regulation under
  Subtitle D. In the interim, Superfund will continue to address
  these  mining waste problems through the  RI/FS  and ROD/
  EDO processes taking into account current Subtitle D re-
  quirements  as well as options for addressing risks not ad-
  dressed by Subtitle D requirements.
  Specifications:  Portions of this document are not fully legi-
  ble. 13p.
  Subject  index keywords: Superfund, Waste management,
  Mine wastes, Hazardous materials, Office of Solid  Waste and
  Emergency Response.

0421  Discharge of Wastewater from CERCLA Sites into
  POTWS
  Order Number PB90-249616CDH, price: PC A02/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; 15 Apr 86
  The directive addresses  the concerns and issues unique to
  publicly owned treatment works (POTWs) that must be evalu-
  ated  before the discharge of  CERCLA  wastewater to  a
  POTW.
  Specifications:  8p.
  Subject index keywords: Regulations, Waste water, Waste
  disposal, Superfund, Remedial action, Publicly owned treat-
  ment works, Office of  Solid Waste  and Emergency  Re-
•  sponse.
 0422  Guide to Delisting of RCRA Wastes for Superfund
   Remedial Responses
   Order Number PB90-274374CDH, price: PC A02/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Emergency and Remedial Response; Sep 90
   The fact sheet discusses the circumstances under which  de-
   listing wastes may be appropriate, and the procedures  for
   delisting a Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA)
   hazardous waste as part of a Superfund remedial response.
   Specifications: 9p.
   Subject index keywords: Hazardous materials,  Guidelines,
   Superfund, Waste management,  Office of Solid  Waste and
   Emergency Response, Remedial response.

 0423 Guide to Discharging CERCLA Aqueous Wastes to
   Publicly Owned Treatment Works (POTWs)
   Order Number PB91-921364CDH, price: PC A01/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Emergency and  Remedial Response; Mar 91
   The guide provides quick reference to the statutory,  policy,
   administrative, and technical factors involved  in discharging
   aqueous wastes generated during  Superfund response  ac-
   tions to  a POTW.
   Specifications:  Paper copy available on Standing Order,  de-
   posit account required (minimum deposit,$150 U.S., Canada,
   and Mexico; all others $300). Single copies also available in
   paper copy or microfiche. 5p.
   Subject index keywords: Waste disposal, Waste treatment,
   Hazardous materials, Superfund.

 0424 Guide to Obtaining No Migration Variances for
   CERCLA Remedial Actions
   Order Number PB91-921367CDH, price: PC A01/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office  of
   Emergency and Remedial Response; Apr 91
  A  'No Migration' Variance allows land disposal of restricted
  wastes not meeting the LDR treatment standards in a specif-
  ic  unit. The guide outlines procedures for obtaining a No  Mi-
  gration Variance for RCRA hazardous wastes  as part of a
  CERCLA response when the LDRs are ARAR.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $150 U.S., Canada,
  and Mexico; all others $300). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. 5p.
  Subject  index keywords: Hazardous materials, Waste dis-
  posal, Waste treatment, Superfund.
0425 Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency
  Response: Uncontrolled Hazardous Waste Sites and
  RCRA Corrective Actions
  Order Number PB91-921339CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office  of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Apr 91
  The purpose of the Fact Sheet is to explain the principle  re-
  quirements of the EPA and OSHA worker protection stand-
  ards as  they apply to  employees engaged  in  hazardous
  waste operations at uncontrolled  hazardous waste sites,  in-
  cluding employees who perform corrective actions at RCRA
 TSD facilities.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $150 U.S.,  Canada,
  and Mexico; all others $300). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. 16p.
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PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION: Compliance With
Other Laws
  Subject index keywords: Superfund, Waste management,
  Hazardous materials, Occupational safety and health, Office
  of Solid Waste and Emergency Response.

0426  Homeowners Exempted from Superfund Cleanup
  Costs: National Policy Overview
  Order Number PB92-963336CDH, price: PC A01 /MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Nov 91
  The USEPA  has established a national  policy declaring the
  average homeowner will not be required to conduct or pay
  for cleanup when residential property is part of a federal Su-
  perfund site. The national  policy and guideline clarifies Su-
  perfund's liability system which maintains owners and opera-
  tors of properties in need of federal  cleanup action  are po-
  tentially liable for those actions.  EPA may hold homeowners
  liable  for cleanup where their own actions have led to a re-
  lease  or threatened release of hazardous substances requir-
  ing a cleanup of their property, or where the property is used
  for non-residential purpose. The policy is designed to allevi-
  ate concerns about cleanup liability for homeowners, as well
  as parties involved in real estate transactions, such as lend-
  ers and title insurers.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
  and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available  in
  paper copy or microfiche. 5p.
  Subject index keywords: Hazardous materials, Residential
  buildings, Liabilities, Pollution control,  Superfund, Cleanup.

0427  Interim RCRA/CERCLA Guidance on Non-
  Contiguous Sites and On-Site Management on Waste
  and Treatment Residue
  Order Number PB90-274317CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response;  27 Mar 86
  The directive presents interim guidance with respect to com-
  bined treatment of CERCLA waste from non-contiguous loca-
  tions; on-site disposal of  treatment residue; limitations  on
  construction  of  hazardous  waste incinerators for on-site
  CERCLA use, and off-site treatment of waste and  redisposal
  on site.
  Specifications:  11 p.
  Subject index keywords: Hazardous  materials,  Guidelines,
  Project management, Waste treatment,  Superfund, Office  of
  Solid  Waste and Emergency Response, Waste management,
  Remedial action.
0428  Land Disposal Restrictions as  Relevant and
  Appropriate Requirements for CERCLA Contaminated
  Soil and Debris
  Order Number PB91-214973CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; 5 Jun 89
  Until  a rulemaking is  completed that establishes treatment
  standards for soil and debris, OSWER has concluded that
  Land Disposal Restrictions (LDRs) generally should not be
  considered as relevant and appropriate for soil or debris that
  does not contain restricted  RCRA wastes. The directive
  gives suggested language to be incorporated into feasibility
  study. For further clarification, the directive has included  as
  an attachment, directive 9347.1-02.
  Specifications:  13p.
  Subject index keywords:  Superfund, Waste  management,
  Hazardous materials,  Land Disposal  Restrictions, Office  of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response.

0429  Notification of Out-of-State Shipments of Superfund
  Site Wastes
  Order Number PB90-272618CDH, price: PC A02/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington,  DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; 14 Sep 89
  The directive implements EPA's  policy that prior to the off-
  site shipment of Superfund site wastes to an out-of-State
  management facility,  EPA  Regional  personnel will  provide
  notice to that State's environmental officials.
  Specifications:  6p.
  Subject index keywords: Interstate transportation,  Super-
  fund, Waste management, Office of Solid Waste and Emer-
  gency Response, Hazardous materials transportation.

0430  Obtaining a Soil and Debris Treatability Variance for
  Removal Actions. Superfund LDR Guide No. 6B
  Order Number PB91-921310CDH, price: PC A02/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington,  DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Sep 90
  The Office of Emergency and Remedial Response  (OERR)
  issued a series of Superfund LDR Guides in July and Decem-
  ber of 1989. Since the issuance of these guides, the Environ-
  mental Protection Agency, with cooperation from outside par-
  ties (e.g., environmental  groups, industry representatives),
  has conducted an analysis of the potential impacts associat-
  ed with  applying  the LDR treatment standards to Superfund
  and RCRA Corrective Action cleanups. As a result of these
  analyses, it was decided that they Agency will promulgate a
  third  set of  treatment  standards (in  addition  to  the
  wastewater and nonwastewater categories currently in effect)
  specifically for soil and debris wastes. In the interim, there is
  the presumption that CERCLA response actions involving the
  placement of soil and  debris contaminated with RCRA  re-
  stricted  wastes will utilize a Treatability Variance to  comply
  with the LDRs and that, under these variances, the treatment
  levels outlined in Superfund LDR Guide 6B will serve as al-
  ternative 'treatment standards' for removal action. The guide
  has been prepared to outline the process for obtaining and
  complying with a Treatability Variance for soil and debris that
  are contaminated with  RCRA hazardous wastes until such
  time that the Agency promulgates  treatment standards  for
  soil and debris.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $150 U.S., Canada,
  and Mexico; all  others $300). Single  copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. 6p.
  Subject index  keywords:  Debris, Superfund, Waste treat-
  ment, Hazardous materials, Guidelines, Remedial action,  Soil
  contamination.

 0431  Off-Site Policy: RFA or Equivalent Investigation
  Requirement at RCRA Treatment and Storage Facilities
  Order Number PB91-139295CDH, price: PC A02/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response; 4 Jan  88
  The directive discusses the modification of   RFA criterion
  (need to have an  RFA completed) for subtitle C treatment
  and storage facilities. The requirements were phased in over
  a period to end 6/1/88.
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                                                                                                      Other Laws
   Specifications: 7p.
   Subject index keywords: Waste management, Superfund,
   Hazardous materials, Office of Solid Waste and Emerqencv
   Response.

 0432  Overview of Selected EPA (Environmental
   Protection Agency) Regulations and Guidance Affecting
   POTW (Publicly Owned Treatment Works) Management
   Order Number PB90-129263CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   the Assistant Administrator for Water; Sep 89
   The information in the document is meant only as a summary
   of some of the regulations and guidance that may apply to
   publicly  owned  treatment works  (POTW)  operations.  The
   document does not provide a comprehensive overview of all
   applicable federal requirements. Use of the document should
   not replace reference to official regulations as  published in
   the Federal Register or the Code of Federal Regulations or
   to other  more specific guidance documents. Also, the reader
   should be aware that EPA continuously updates and revises
   its regulations in response to statutory amendments or to  im-
   prove  its regulatory program. Finally, POTWs are reminded
   that the  Clean Water Act allows states and municipalities to
   impose more stringent requirements on National Pollutant
   Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permittees than are
   required  under federal law.  Therefore, EPA suggests that the
   reader contact the appropriate authorities to get sources of
   detailed guidance for specific situations.
   Specifications: 31 p.
   Subject  index keywords:  Hazardous materials,  Sewers,  In-
   dustrial wastes, Pollution regulations, Publicly owned treat-
   ment works, Toxic substances.

0433  Overview of the Off-Site Policy for OSCs and RPMs
   Order Number PB92-963603CDH, price: PC A01/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Emergency and  Remedial Response; Oct 91
   The fact  sheet provides essential information for On Scene
   Coordinators  (OSCs)   and  Remedial   Project  Managers
   (RPMs) for the implementation of the Off-site Policy. The fact
  sheet includes an overview of the Policy, helpful reminders
  and a list of the Regional Off-site contacts.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
  and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also  available in
  paper copy or microfiche. 2p.
  Subject index keywords:  Superfund, Waste management
  Hazardous materials, Office of Solid Waste  and  Emergency
  Response.

0434  PAST: The Potential ARARs Selection Tool
  Order Number PB92-152941CDH, price: PC A02/MF A01
  Computer Sciences Corp., Cincinnati, OH.; Environmental
  Protection Agency, Cincinnati, OH. Risk Reduction
  Engineering Lab; 1992
  The 1986 Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization Act
  (SARA) specified that  any remedial  actions at Superfund
  sites must comply with applicable or relevant and appropriate
  regulations (ARARS), including Federal, state, and local envi-
  ronmental statutes. Identifying these legal requirements for a
  particular  hazardous waste site can be a complex and time
  consuming process. The EPA Risk Reduction Engineering
  Research  Laboratory is  developing  a  prototype knowledge-
  based  system to aid in screening regulations that determine
   clean-up requirements based on unique site characteristics.
   The decision  logic follows that presented in the EPA docu-
   ments such as CERCLA Compliance with Other Laws Manu-
   als (Part I  and II).  Hence,  it takes  into consideration  the
   chemicals at the site, the particular location features of the
   site, and the proposed remediations methods.
   Specifications:  Pub. in HMCRI's Annual National Confer-
   ence Proceedings (12th), Hazardous Materials Control/Su-
   perfund  '92, December 3-5, 1991, Washington,  DC., p632-
   636.  See also PB90-272535  and PB90-148461. Sponsored
   by Environmental  Protection  Agency, Cincinnati, OH. Risk
   Reduction Engineering Lab. 7p.
   Subject index keywords: Superfund, Hazardous materials,
   Pollution regulations, Waste  management, Remedial  action,
   Expert  systems,  Applicable  or  Relevant and Appropriate
   Regulations, PAST system.

 0435  Permits and Permit 'Equivalency' Processes for
   CERCLA On-Site Response Actions
   Order Number PB93-963325CDH, price: PC A02/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Solid Waste and Emergency Response; 19 Feb 92
   The directive is intended to  clarify the EPA policy with  re-
   spect to  attaining permits for activities  at Comprehensive En-
   vironmental  Response  Compensation   and  Liability  Act
   (CERCLA) sites.
   Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
   posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
   and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
   paper copy or microfiche. 7p.
   Subject  index  keywords: Superfund, Waste management,
   Hazardous materials, Office of Solid Waste and Emergency
   Response.

0436 Policy for Superfund Compliance with the RCRA
   Land Disposal  Restrictions
   Order Number PB90-249640CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Emergency and Remedial Response; 17 Apr 89
   The directive assists the regional  removal and remedial staff
   in  making current site decisions about the  Land Disposal Re-
   strictions (LDR). The  memorandum explains:  (1) how to de-
   termine when LDRs are 'applicable' to a Superfund removal
   or remedial action, and (2) the Superfund  approach for com-
   plying with the LDRs  when they are determined to be appli-
  cable.
  Specifications: 12p.
  Subject index keywords: Hazardous materials, Sites, Waste
  management, Superfund, Land application, Remedial action.

0437 Policy on Floodplains and Wetland  Assessments for
  CERCLA Actions
  Order Number PB91-921329CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and  Remedial Response; 6  Aug 85
  The directive discusses specific situations requiring prepara-
  tion of a flood plains or wetlands assessment and the factors
  to be considered in preparing such an assessment.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $150 U.S., Canada,
  and Mexico; all others $300). Single copies also available  in
  paper copy or microfiche. 15p.
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PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION: Compliance With
Other Laws
  Subject index keywords: Superfund, Waste management,
  Hazardous materials, Office of Solid Waste and Emergency
  Response.
0438  Summary of 'Notification of Out-of-State Shipments
  of Superfund Site Wastes'
  Order Number PB91-228197CDH, price: PC A01/MF Ap1
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; May 91
  The Fact Sheet summarizes  EPA's policy that  prior to the
  off-site shipment of Superfund  wastes  to  an  out-of-state
  waste management facility, EPA Regional Personnel will pro-
  vide notice to the receiving state's environmental officials.
  Specifications: 3p.
  Subject index keywords: Superfund,  Waste management,
  Hazardous materials, Office of Solid Waste and Emergency
  Response.
0439  Superfund Guide to RCRA Management
  Requirements for Mineral Processing Wastes
  Order Number PB91-921318CDH, price: PC A01/MF A01
  Environmental  Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Jan 91
  The report summarizes recent revisions to  the 1980 mining
  waste exclusion, explains the potential effects of these revi-
  sions on waste management options for mineral processing
  wastes, and  provides a general framework for managing min-
  eral processing wastes at CERCLA sites in accordance with
  RCRA land disposal restrictions (LDRs) and the recently pro-
  mulgated toxicity characteristics (TC) rule.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing  Order, de-
  posit account required  (minimum deposit $150 U.S., Canada,
  and Mexico; all others $300). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. 5p.
  Subject index keywords: Mining, Solid waste disposal, Re-
  visions, Hazardous materials, Superfund, Mineral processing
  wastes.
 0440  Superfund LDR Guide No. 1: Overview of RCRA
  Land Disposal Restrictions (LDRs)
  Order Number PB90-274325CDH, price: PC A02/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Jul 89
  The fact  sheet summarizes  the major  components  of the
  LDR, outlines the types of restrictions imposed, and presents
  the compliance options specified in the regulation.
  Specifications: 7p.
  Subject index keywords: Hazardous materials, Guidelines,
  Superfund, Waste  management, Office of  Solid Waste and
   Emergency Response, Land disposal, Remedial action.
 0441  Superfund LDR Guide No. 2: Complying with the
   California List Restrictions under Land Disposal
   Restrictions (LDRs)
   Order Number PB90-274333CDH, price: PC A01/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Emergency and Remedial Response; Jul 89
   The fact sheet defines the California list of wastes, summa-
   rizes their respective restrictions, and discusses their  poten-
   tial to overlap with other LDR treatment standards.
   Specifications: 5p.
   Subject Index keywords: Hazardous materials,  Guidelines,
   Superfund, Waste management, Office  of Solid Waste and
   Emergency  Response, Land disposal, Remedial action.
0442  Superfund LDR Guide No. 3: Treatment Standards
  and Minimum Technology Requirements under Land
  Disposal Restrictions (LDRS)
  Order Number PB90-274341CDH,  price: PC A02/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency,  Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Jul 89
  The fact sheet summarizes  the types and effective dates of
  treatment standards, and outlines  procedures for compliance
  with  the treatment  standards and minimum technology re-
  quirements set during national capacity extensions.
  Specifications:  7p.
  Subject index keywords: Hazardous materials, Guidelines,
  Waste  treatment,  Superfund,  Office  of  Solid  Waste and
  Emergency Response, Land disposal, Waste management.

0443   Superfund  LDR Guide No. 4: Complying with the
  Hammer Restrictions under Land Disposal Restrictions
  (LDRs)
  Order Number PB90-274358CDH, price: PC A02/MF A01
  Environmental Protection,Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Jul 89
  The fact sheet discusses compliance with Land Disposal Re-
  striction soft  hammer and hard hammer provisions, which are
  restrictions on the disposal of hazardous wastes if EPA does
  not promulgate standards by relevant statutory deadlines.
  Specifications:  7p.
  Subject index keywords:  Hazardous  materials, Guidelines,
  Superfund, Waste management,  Office of Solid Waste  and
  Emergency Response, Remedial action, Land disposal.

0444  Superfund LDR Guide No. 5: Determining When
  Land Disposal Restrictions (LDRs) Are 'Applicable' to
  CERCLA Response Actions
  Order Number PB90-274366CDH, price: PC A02/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and  Remedial Response; Jul 89
  The fact sheet outlines the  process used to  determine
  whether  the Resource  Conservation  and Recovery  Act
  (RCRA) LDRs established  under the Hazardous Waste and
  Solid Waste Amendments  are 'applicable'  to  CERCLA re-
  sponse actions.
  Specifications: 7p.
  Subject index keywords:  Hazardous materials, Guidelines,
  Superfund,  Waste  management,  Office of  Solid Waste and
  Emergency Response, Remedial  response, Land disposal.

 0445  Superfund LDR Guide No.  6A (2nd Edition)
  Obtaining a Soil and Debris Treatability Variance for
   Remedial Actions
   Order Number PB91-921327CDH, price: PC A02/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Emergency and Remedial Response; Sep 90
   The fact sheet  outlines the process for  obtaining and com-
   plying with a Treatability Variance for soil and debris that are
   contaminated with RCRA hazardous wastes until such time
   that the Agency  promulgates treatment  standards for soil
   and debris.  In the  interim before the Agency promulgates a
   third set  of treatment  standards  specifically  for soil and
   debris wastes,  there is the presumption that  CERCLA re-
   sponse actions involving the  placement of soil and debris
   contaminated with RCRA  restricted  wastes   will  utilize a
   Treatability  Variance to comply with  the  LDRs.  Treatment
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                                                                           Relations, State & Local, Tag Grants
   levels outlined in  the  fact sheet will  serve as  alternative
   'treatment standards'.
   Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order  de-
   posit account required (minimum deposit $150 U.S., Canada,
   and Mexico; all others $300). Single copies also available in
   paper copy or microfiche. 7p.
   Subject index keywords: Superfund, Waste management
   Remedial action, Waste treatment, Soil treatment, Hazardous
   materials, Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response
   Treatability variance.

 0446  Superfund LDR Guide No. 7. Determining When
   Land Disposal Restrictions (LDRs) Are Relevant and
   Appropriate to CERCLA Response Actions
   Order Number PB91-214122CDH, price: PC A01/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Emergency and Remedial Response; Dec 89
   The Fact Sheet outlines the  process used to determine
   whether  the  Resource  Conservation  and  Recovery  Act
   (RCRA) land  disposal restrictions (LDRs) established under
   the Hazardous and Solid  Waste Amendments (HSWA) are
   'relevant and appropriate' to an on-site CERCLA response
   action.
   Specifications: See also PB91-921327. 4p.
   Subject index keywords:  Superfund, Waste management
   Hazardous materials, Office of Solid Waste and Emerqencv
   Response.


 PROGRAM  IMPLEMENTATION:

 Community  Relations,  State & Local,
 Tag  Grants

 0447 Analysis of State Superfund Programs: 50-State
  Study
  Order Number PB90-272733CDH, price: PC A10/MF A02
  Environmental Law Inst, Washington, DC.; Environmental
  Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of Emergency
  and Remedial  Response; Sep 89
  The report examines site cleanup capabilities in all 50 States
  and provides descriptions of statutes, program organization,
  findings, and cleanup  procedures. Also  provides  snapshots
  of state cleanup programs.
  Specifications:   Sponsored  by Environmental  Protection
  Agency, Washington, DC. Office of Emergency and Remedial
  Response. 225p.
  Subject index keywords: States(United States), Hazardous
  materials, Waste disposal, Superfund.

0448  Analysis of State Superfund Programs: 50-State
  Study, 1990 Update
  Order Number PB91-921259CDH, price: PC A11/MF A02
  Environmental  Law Inst, Washington, DC.; Environmental
  Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of Emergency
  and Remedial Response; Sep 90
  Updates a study initially conducted in  1989 by the Environ-
  mental Law Institute for OERR. The study examines site
  cleanup capabilities  in all 50 States and provides descrip-
  tions of statutes, program organization, funding and cleanup
  procedures. This revised version also contains an analysis of
  political subdivision involvement in the cleanup process. The
  report provides detailed information for each State in a 'State
   Summaries'  chapter and  in 50-State  tables that facilitate
   comparisons between States.
   Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
   posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
   and Mexico;  all others $400). Single copies also available in
   paper copy or microfiche. See also PB90-272733. Sponsored
   by Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office
   of Emergency and Remedial Response. 226p.
   Subject index keywords: Superfund,  State programs,  Re-
   medial action, Hazardous materials, Waste management,  Re-
   medial response, US EPA Regions 1-10.

 0449  Analysis of State Superfund Programs: 50-State
   Study. 1991  Update
   Order Number PB92-963418CDH, price: PC A12/MF A03
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Emergency and Remedial Response; Dec 91
   Under the  Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization  Act
   (SARA)  of 1986, Congress requires the EPA to  involve
   States in the  Superfund program in a 'substantial and mean-
   ingful' way. The State and Local Coordination Branch (SLCB)
   is responsible  for  developing  regulations,  guidance,  and
   policy related to this Congressional mandate. As part of its
   responsibilities, the SLCB tries to maintain comprehensive in-
   formation about State capabilities to contribute to or manage
   cleanups at  hazardous waste  sites. Under a cooperative
   agreement  with EPA, the Environmental  Law Institute  has
   collected, organized, and summarized the information pre-
   sented here on State cleanup programs.
   Specifications: Paper Copy available on Standing Order, de-
   posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
   and Mexico; all  others $400). Single copies also available in
   paper copy or microfiche. See also PB91-921259 and  PB90-
   272733. 267p.
   Subject  index  keywords:  Superfund,  State  programs,
   Waste management,  Hazardous materials.

0450 Authority to Use CERCLA to Provide Enforcement
   Funding  Assistance to States
   Order Number PB91-138909CDH, price: PC A01/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Solid Waste and Emergency Response; 12 Feb 86
   The directive transmits February 13, 1986, Office  of General
   Counsel  opinion  to EPA  Regional  offices,   authorizing
   CERCLA  funding of State negotiation and litigation activities
   at  NPL sites. See also directive no. 9831.3 'EPA State Rela-
  tionship.'
  Specifications:  See also PB91-138891 and  PB91-138917
  5p.
  Subject index keywords: Superfund, Waste management,
  Hazardous materials, Office  of Solid Waste and Emergency
  Response.

0451  CERCLA Community Relations Mailing Lists
  Order Number PB91-139527CDH, price: PC A02/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Solid Waste and  Emergency  Response; 6 Feb 89
  The directive emphasizes the importance of using community
  relations mailing  lists  to ensure the notification of potentially
  responsible parties.
  Specifications: 6p.
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  Subject index keywords: Superfund, Waste management,
  Hazardous materials, Office of Solid Waste and Emergency
  Response.
0452  Citizen's Guide to Air Sparging
  Order Number PB92-235597CDH, price: PC A01/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response; Mar 92
  The Fact Sheet contains a description of air sparging; how it
  works; why use this treatment method; will  it always work;
  where air sparging is being used; and how to get more infor-
  mation on this treatment.
  Specifications: 5p.
  Subject index keywords: Superfund,  Hazardous  materials,
  Waste management, Innovative treatment technologies, Air
  sparging, Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response.

0453  Citizen's Guide to Bioventing
  Order Number PB92-235571CDH, price: PC A01/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response; Mar 92
  The Fact Sheet contains a description of bioventing; what it
  is; how it works; why this type  of treatment should be used;
  will bioventing work on the site; where it is being  selected;
  and how to get more information on the subject.
  Specifications: 5p.
  Subject index keywords: Superfund, Hazardous materials,
  Waste management, Innovative treatment technologies, Soil
  venting, Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response.
 0454  Citizen's Guide to Glycolate Dehalogenation
  Order Number PB92-233105CDH, price: PC A02/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response; Mar 92
  Glycolate dehalogenation is the process of using a chemical
  reagent (a glycol in this case)  to remove halogen from con-
  taminants, consequently rendering them less hazardous. A
   chemical  reagent  is  a  substance used  to react with and
   change another substance. This dehalogenation process can
   be used on halogenated contaminants such as  PCBs and
   dioxins that may be found in soil and oils.
   Specifications:  6p.
   Subject index keywords: Glycols, Dehalogenation, Hazard-
   ous materials.
 0455  Citizen's Guide to How Innovative Treatment
   Technologies Are Being Successfully Applied at
   Superfund Sites
   Order Number PB92-233071CDH, price: PC A01/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Solid Waste and Emergency Response; Mar 92
   Treatment technologies are processes applied to the  treat-
   ment of hazardous waste or contaminated materias, such as
   soils, sludges, sediments and debris, to  permanently alter
   their  condition  through  chemical,   biological,  or physical
   means. They are used as an alternative to merely containing
   the hazardous substances on site or in a hazardous waste
   landfill that is designed and operated under the Federal Re-
   source  Conservation  Recovery  Act (RCRA)  regulations.
   Today, treatment technologies are being tailored to deal with
   specific hazardous wastes.
   Specifications: 5p.
   Subject index keywords: Hazardous materials, Waste treat-
   ment.
0456  Citizen's Guide to In situ Soil Flushing
  Order Number PB92-233113CDH, price: PC A02/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response; Mar 92
  The Fact Sheet contains  a description of what in situ soil
  flushing is; how it works;  why consider in situ soil flushing;
  will soil flushing work at the site; where is it being  selected;
  and how to obtain more information.
  Specifications: 6p.
  Subject index keywords: Superfund, Hazardous materials,
  Waste  management,  Innovative  treatment  technologies,
  Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response, Soil flush-
  ing.
0457  Citizen's Guide to Innovative Treatment
  Technologies for Contaminated Soils, Sludges,
  Sediments and Debris
  Order Number PB92-235563CDH, price: PC A02/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC.  Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response; Mar 92
  The Fact Sheet contains-,  what innovative treatment technol-
  ogies are; why they are used; the different types; how the
  treatment technologies are selected  and which are used;
  what happens of a technology does not work; where  innova-
  tive treatment technologies are being selected;  why EPA is
  encouraging the use of these treatments; and how more in-
  formation can be obtained.
  Specifications: 6p.
  Subject index keywords: Superfund,  Waste management,
  Hazardous  materials,  Innovative  treatment technologies,
  Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response.

 0458  Citizen's Guide to Soil Washing
  Order Number PB92-233097CDH, price: PC A02/MF A01
  Environmental Protection  Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response; Mar 92
  Soil washing is a technology that  uses liquids (sometimes
  combined with chemical additives) and a mechanical  process
  to scrub soils. The scrubbing removes hazardous contami-
   nants and concentrates  them into smaller volume. After the
   soil  washing process is  completed, the smaller volume of
   soil, which contains the majority  of the fine silt and clay parti-
   cles, can be further treated by other methods (such as incin-
   eration or bioremediation) or disposed of according  to State
   and Federal regulations.
   Specifications: 6p.
   Subject index keywords: Washing, Soil, Hazardous materi-
   als.
 0459   Citizen's Guide to Solvent Extraction
   Order Number PB92-233089CDH, price: PC A01 /MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Solid Waste and Emergency Response;  Mar 92
   Solvent extraction is a treatment technology that uses a sol-
   vent (a fluid that can dissolve  another substance)  to sepa-
   rate   or  remove   hazardous  organic  contaminants  from
   sludges, sediments, or soil. Solvent extraction  does not de-
   stroy contaminants. It concentrates them so they  can be re-
   cycled or destroyed. II:  is used in combination  with other
   technologies to destroy  the separated concentrated  contami-
   nants. When the soil enters an extractor (a tank where the
   contaminated soil is mixed with  the solvent), the soil is sepa-
   rated into three components, or fractions: solvent  with dis-
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   solved contaminants,  solids, and  water. Contaminants are
   concentrated into  each of these  fractions.  For example,
   PCBs (polychlorinated  biphenyls) concentrate in the contami-
   nated solvent  mixture, while metals are left  behind in the
   solids and water.
   Specifications: 5p.
   Subject index keywords: Extraction,  Solvents,  Hazardous
   materials, Waste treatment.

 0460  Citizen's Guide to Thermal Desorption
   Order Number PB92-232396CDH, price: PC A02/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Solid Waste and Emergency Response; Mar 92
   Thermal desorption is  an  innovative  treatment technology
   that treats soils  contaminated with hazardous wastes  by
   heating the soil at realtively low temperatures (200-1000 deg
   F) so  that contaminants with low boiling points will vaporize
   (turn into  gas) and, consequently,  separate from the soil.
   There are  three steps  in thermal desorption: (1) heating the
   soil  to vaporize the contaminants; (2) treating  the vaporized
   contaminants; and (3) testing the treated soil.
   Specifications: 6p.
   Subject index keywords: Hazardous materials, Soils, Waste
   treatment.

 0461  Citizen's Guide to Using Indigenous and Exogenous
   Microorganisms in  Bioremediation
   Order Number PB92-235589CDH, price: PC A01/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington,  DC. Office of
   Solid Waste and Emergency Response; Mar 92
   The  Fact Sheet  contains a description of bioremediation;
   what indigenous and  exogenous microorganisms are; how
   these  microorganisms  are used; what sites can use these
   microorganisms; and how to obtain more information.
   Specifications: 5p.
   Subject index  keywords: Superfund,  Hazardous materials,
   Waste  management,   Innovative  treatment   technologies,
   Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response, Indigenous
   microorganisms.
0462  Citizens' Guidance Manual for the Technical
   Assistance Grant Program
   Order Number PB91-238733CDH, price: PC A14/MF A03
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Solid Waste and Emergency Response; Jun 88
   The  manual is designed to help citizens' groups apply for
   and manage a technical assistance grant. It is written as a
   self-help  guide  in an easy-to-understand  manner.  Step-by-
   step  instructions for completing various forms are included
  throughout  the manual. In addition, copies of blank forms
  have been included for easy reference.
  Specifications:  325p.
  Subject index keywords: Superfund, Hazardous materials,
  Waste  management, Office of Solid Waste and Emergency
  Response, Technical Assistance Grant Program.
0463  Citizens' Guidance Manual for the Technical
  Assistance Grant Program
  Order Number PB92-101435CDH, price: PC A14/MF A03
  ICF Technology, Inc., Fairfax, VA:; Environmental Protection
  Agency, Washington, DC. Office of Emergency and Remedial
  Response; Jun 88
  The  Superfund  Amendments  and  Reauthorization Act of
  1986 (SARA), which  amended CERCLA, provides under sec-
   tion 117(e) an important new component of EPA's communi-
   ty relations activities at Superfund sites-technical assistance
   grants to affected groups. The purpose of these grants is to
   assist citizens' groups in understanding technical information
   that assesses potential hazards and the selection and design
   of  appropriate  response actions at  Superfund sites.  This
   manual outlines Federal policies, procedures, and regulations
   related to the Technical Assistance Grant Program and pro-
   vides instructions on how to complete Federal grant forms. If
   a State administers the Technical Assistance Grant Program,
   the State may have additional procedures and requirements
   that affect citizens' groups applying  for grants within that
   State. Groups,  therefore,  should contact the appropriate
   State representative for specific information. This  manual is
   designed to help citizens'  groups apply  for and manage a
   technical assistance grant. It is written as a self-help guide in
   an  easy-to-understand manner. Step-by-step instructions for
   completing   various forms  are  included  throughout the
   manual.
   Specifications:   Sponsored  by Environmental Protection
  Agency, Washington, DC. Office of Emergency and Remedial
   Response. 320p.
  Subject index keywords: Citizen participation, Technical as-
  sistance, Manuals, Superfund,  Hazardous materials,  Waste
  management, Technical Assistance Grant Program.

0464   Communicating with the Public About Hazardous
  Materials: An Examination of Local Practice. Risk
  Communication Series
  Order Number PB90-235938CDH, price: PC A06/MF A01
  Virginia Polytechnic Inst. and State Univ.,  Blacksburg. Center
  for Environmental and Hazardous Material Studies.;
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC,  Office of
  Policy, Planning and Evaluation; Apr 90
  The study's purpose is to improve the ability of public and
  private sector organizations  to communicate with  members
  of the general public about the risks posed by hazardous ma-
  terials, such as those found  in Superfund or RCRA sites, or
  subject to SARA  Title III. The second  phase included a na-
  tional  survey of  Local  Emergency  Planning  Committees
  (LEPCs) and case studies of selected risk communication ef-
  forts. The survey, conducted in a sample  of ten  states, was
  designed to assess the risk communication efforts of LEPCs
  and to gauge their capacity for promoting  risk communication
  in their communities. Case studies in three communities pro-
  vide examples of  risk communication efforts, with secondary
  case studies in neighboring areas. The purpose was to (earn
  what risk communication techniques had  been tried in these
  cases, to secure suggestions  for risk communication pro-
  grams from  practitioners, and to assess the level of hazard-
  ous  materials  awareness among a sample of the  attentive
  public in each community.
  Specifications: See also PB90-231200. Sponsored by Envi-
  ronmental Protection Agency,  Washington,  DC. Office of
  Policy, Planning and Evaluation. 118p.
  Subject index keywords: Hazardous materials, Risk, Emer-
  gencies, Environmental exposure, Public education.
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0465  Community Relations during Enforcement Activities
  and Development of the Administrative Record
  Order Number PB91-139519CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; 3 Nov 88
  The report discusses enforcement community relations. The
  directive, which is Chapter VI of 'Community  Relations in Su-
  perfund: A Handbook,' discusses developing  community rela-
  tions  plans, the  relationship between  the administrative
  record for response selection and community relations, and
  community relations during specific enforcement actions and
  settlements.
  Specifications:  Final version of Chapter 6 for Community
  Relations in Superfund: A Handbook. 31 p.
  Subject  Index keywords: Community relations, Hazardous
  materials, Superfund program.
 0466  Community Relations during Enforcement Activities
  and Development of the Administrative  Record
  Order Number PB92-105469CDH,  price: PC A03/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency,  Washington, DC. Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response; 3 Nov 88
  The directive  discusses enforcement community relations.
  The directive, which is Chapter VI  of 'Community Relations in
  Superfund: A  Handbook,'  discusses developing community
  relations plans, the relationship between the administrative
  record for response selection and community relations, and
  community relations during specific enforcement actions and
  settlements. The  document supersedes directive number
  9836.0 'Interim Guidance on Community Relations in  En-
  forcement,'  dated March  22, 1985,  and directive number
  9836.0-1 a 'Community Relations  Activities at Superfund En-
  forcement Sites,' dated August 8,  1985.
  Specifications: 28p.
  Subject Index keywords: Waste management, Superfund,
   Hazardous materials, Office of Solid Waste and Emergency
   Response.
 0467   Community Relations In Superfund: A Handbook
   Order Number PB92-963341CDH, price: PC  A12/MF A03
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Emergency and Remedial Response; Jan  92
   The  Superfund community relations program promotes two-
   way  communication between members of the public,  includ-
   ing potentially responsible parties (PRPs), and the lead gov-
   ernment agency in charge of response actions. The commu-
   nity relations  activities discussed in this Handbook provide
   the opportunity for interested persons to comment on, and
   provide input to, decisions about  response  actions.  This
   Handbook offers policy and guidance on planning and con-
   ducting Superfund community relations programs. It empha-
   sizes proven approaches and activities derived from years of
   experience in conducting  community relations in Superfund.
   Specifications: Paper copy available on  Standing Order, de-
   posit account required (minimum deposit  $200 U.S., Canada,
   and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
   paper copy or microfiche. Supersedes PB89-180830. 268p.
   Subject Index keywords: Superfund, Community relations,
   Waste management,  Hazardous materials, Handbooks, Re-
   medial response, Cleanup operations.
0468  Counting State-Lead Enforcement NPL Sites Toward
  the CERCLA Section 116(e) Remedial Action Start
  Mandate
  Order Number PB91-138933CDH, price: PC A02/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; 21  Oct 88
  The directive outlines the criteria and procedures for count-
  ing  State-lead enforcement  National  Priorities List sites
  toward the CERCLA section  116(e) remedial action start
  mandate. The guidance supplements directive no. 9355.0-24
  'OSWER Strategy for Management Oversight of the CERCLA
  RA Start Mandate,' dated December 28, 1987.
  Specifications:  See also PB91-138925. 7p.
  Subject  index keywords: Superfund, Waste  management,
  Hazardous materials, Office of Solid Waste and Emergency
  Response.
0469   Criminal Investigations and the Superfund Program
  Order Number PB90-274499CDH, price: PC A01/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Sep 90
  The fact sheet,  directed toward any  one  who  witnesses
  fraudulent activity in  EPA programs, discusses areas in which
  fraud and abuse can occur and provides an understanding of
  the criminal investigation process that results from reports of
  suspicious activity.
  Specifications: 5p.
  Subject index keywords: Hazardous materials, Criminal  in-
  vestigations, Superfund, Waste management, Office of Solid
  Waste  and  Emergency  Response,  Pollution regulations,
  Fraud.
 0470  Debarment and Suspension
  Order Number PB92-963331CDH, price: PC A01/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office  of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Oct 91
  The  report  defines debarment and  suspension, and  de-
  scribes causes  and procedures and authorities for pursuing
  them. Also the study includes  requirements of the Drug-Free
  Work Place Act.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
   posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
  and Mexico; all others $400).  Single copies also available in
   paper copy or microfiche. Supersedes PB90-272527. 4p.
   Subject index keywords: Hazardous materials, Federal law,
   Funds,  Pollution control,  Superfund, Drug Free Work Place
   Act.
 0471 Enhancing State Superfund Capabilities: Nine-State
   Study
   Order Number PB91-242362CDH, price: PC A12/MF A03
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Emergency and Remedial Response.; Environmental  Law
   Inst., Washington, DC; Dec 90
   Nine (9) state hazardous substance cleanup programs were
   studied in depth in 1989 to determine what elements of fund-
   ing, enforcement, program organization and other factors  are
   important to state capabilities. Those studied were Colorado,
   Illinois, Minnesota, New Hampshire, New Jersey, North Caro-
   lina, Oregon, Pennsylvania, and Texas. The states were  se-
   lected  to provide  a cross-section of  large and small  pro-
   grams,  new  and older programs, geographic diversity,  and
   special program features. The findings of the study, prepared
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   Part On9ea,nv tHValUati°nh(OPPE)' are reP°rted in **> P^s
   Part One synthesizes the results across states and draws
   conclusions concerning means of enhancing programs Part

   ±r*ePTSt°n 6aCh °f the States studiedlnd shows how
   program features combine in the context of operating pro-


   ffwTnS3 w"SK P^Paod in cooPeration with Environmental
   Law Inst, Washington, DC. 259p.

   Subject index  keywords: Superfund, Hazardous materials
   Waste management, State programs, Cleanup operations

 ^SuDerfTd1'^ !herAdeqUaCy °f Cost Share Provisions in
   auperfund State Contracts
   Order Number PB93-963336CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
   SMH w"1?*31 Pr°tection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Solid Waste and Emergency Response; 29 Mar 93

   ™Lmemora"durn  revests regional offices to  re-examine
   t±r9, Supterfund State Contracts (SSCs) for Fund-financed
   remedial actions to verify  that they adequately reflect in
   curred and projected remedial action costs
   Specifications:  Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
   posit account required (minimum deposit $200 US., Canada

  Daoe^on°: a" 0tnTl$400)-  Sin9|e c°Pies a'so available in'
  paper copy or microfiche. 1 1p.

  Subject index keywords: Superfund, Hazardous materials
  Waste disposal, Contract management.

0473   Final Guidance on Administrative Records for
  Selecting CERCLA  Response Actions
  Order Number PB91-139121CDH, price: PC A06/MF A01
  I^un,metntal Pr°tection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Solid Waste and  Emergency Response; 3 Dec 90
  The directive sets forth the policy and procedures governinq
  he compilation and establishment  of administrativf reco ds
  for selecting (response actions under CERCLA, as amended
  by  SARA. The directive supersedes no. 9833 3A  'Interim
  ?PRnCAep°n  Administr3«ve  Records   for  Selection Tf
  CERCLA Response Actions' dated May 29, 1987.

                         f tWS d°CUmen* are not fullv
 Resonse
                         Superfund, Waste management,
                    Office of Solid Waste and Emergency


     Funding of State Enforcement Related Activities
 Order Number PB91-138891CDH, price: PC A02/MF A01
 Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
     Waste and Emergency Response; 23 Jan 85

 QHnrvJ8^-*^110"11098 that funding can be  Provided to
 support a limited number of  enforcement  related activities
 based on the July 20, 1985, Office of General Counsel opin-
 SE'to c «    directive no- 9831.3a, 'CERCLA  Funding of
 rSS, EnforHcetmf "*  Activities  at NPL Sites - Interim  Draft
 Guidance,' dated October 1, 1986.
Specifications:  See also PB91 -138909 7p

H±riCL'nS±r°Dr±LlTen:und' W?ste management,
              PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION: Community
                     Relations, State & Local, Tag Grants


   0475  Guidance on Site Assessment Cooperative
     Agreements
     Order Number PB92-224385CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
     Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
     Emergency and Remedial Response; Aug 91
     The guidance on site assessment cooperative agreement
     presents generic  SMOA language pertaining to Site  Assess-
     ment activities, a  generic quarterly report format, and generic
     site assessment cooperative agreement application package
     In addition, the appendices  provide  additional sample sched-
     ules, forms, and letters for developing a site assessment co-
    operative agreement.
    Specifications: 40p.

    tDAJe?A,indeX keywords: s'te surveys, State programs, US
    EPA, Waste management,  Superfund,  Cooperative agree-
    ments.
  0476  Guide to Community Involvement for Site
    Assessment Managers
    Order Number PB93-963348CDH, price: PC A02/MF A01
    Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
    bolid Waste and Emergency Response; Sep 93
    The report includes information  on community involvement
    initiatives that can be taken during the technical phases of
    site assessment and instructions on how  to take these ac-
    tions for hazardous wastes.
    Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order de-
    posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S.  Canada
    and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
    paper copy or microfiche. 8p.
    Subject index keywords: Hazardous materials, Community
    relations, Sites, Pollution control.

 0477  Interim Final Guidance Package on Funding
   CERCLA State Enforcement Actions at NPL Sites
   Order Number PB91-138917CDH,  price: PC A03/MF A01
   or!!0.",1716"'3' Protection Agency,  Washington, DC. Office of
   bolid Waste and Emergency Response; 7 Apr 88
   The directive  outlines requirements, conditions,  and limita-
   tions for State funding under a  CERCLA cooperative agree-
   ment of CERCLA enforcement  actions at National Priorities
   o!foHSL        guidance is divided into four subcomponents-
   a«t f f' .^'o3^ d' Tne directive supersedes directive no.
   9831.1-1a CERCLA Funding of State Oversight of Potentially
   Responsible Parties (PRPs),' dated October 1, 1986, and di-
   ToT; "?-• 9831'3 dated Oct°ber 1,  1986 'CERCLA Funding
   of State Enforcement Activities at  NPL Sites,' - Interim Draft
   Guidance.

   Specifications:  See also PB91-138909 and PB91 -138925.

  Subject index keywords: Superfund,  Waste management
  Hazardous materials, Office of Solid  Waste and Emergency
  Response.                                          J

0478  Obligation of Funds under Superfund State
  Contracts
  Order Number PB93-963326CDH, price: PC A01/MF A01
  I"r^0,",™6"*3' Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  bolid Waste  and Emergency Response; 5 Aug 93
  The memorandum clarifies EPA's  interpretation of 40 CFR
  Hart 35, Subpart O, regarding  the relationship between cost
  share assurances in Superfund State Contracts (SSCs) and
  the obligation of remedial action  funds. EPA's policy is that
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  remedial design monies may be obligated to another Federal
  agency to initiate the procurement process for a remedial
  action contract before  an  SSC is executed. However, the
  memorandum  also reiterates  Agency policy that an  SSC
  must be in place before funds may be obligated for initiating
  or continuing remedial action.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
  and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. 4p.
  Subject index keywords: Superfund, Contract management,
  State government.
 0479  Political Subdivision Involvement in Superfund
  Order Number PB90-273954CDH, price: PC A01/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Apr 90
  The fact sheet provides guidance to Regions, States and po-
  litical subdivisions  on the  designation of a political subdivi-
  sion  as the  lead agency  for  remedial  response   under
  CERCLA.
  Specifications:  4p.
  Subject index keywords: Hazardous materials, Superfund,
  Office of Solid Waste and Emergency  Response,  Waste
   management, Remedial response.
 0480 Political Subdivision Involvement in Superfund
   Order Number PB92-963330CDH, price: PC A01/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Emergency and Remedial Response; Oct 91
   The Comprehensive  Environmental Response,  Compensa-
   tion, and Liability Act (CERCLA), as amended, allows EPA to
   provide  funds to  States,  political subdivisions thereof, and
   federally recognized Indian Tribes for Superfund response.
   The definition of  political subdivision varies from State to
   State, since each  State determines what units of government
   meet its legislative definition. A political subdivision can par-
   ticipate  in Superfund cleanup as a lead  or  support agency
   when EPA and the State agree that this enhances the clean-
   up process and results in an efficient, economical, and well-
   coordinated  use of  resources. To determine this, EPA and
   the State assess  the political  subdivision's prior involvement
   and agree that: The political  subdivision  is able to conduct
   the response activities; It is economical and advantageous to
   designate the political subdivision as lead;  and  The political
   subdivision has the authority to enter  into a  Cooperative
   Agreement with the Federal Government and to administer
    Federal dollars.
    Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
    posit account required (minimum deposit  $200 U.S., Canada,
    and Mexico;  all others $400). Single copies also available in
    paper copy or microfiche. Supersedes PB90-273954. 3p.
    Subject Index keywords: Funds, Hazardous materials, Pol-
    lution control, Law(Jurisprudence), Superfund, Cleanup, Com-
    prehensive Environmental Response Compensation  and Li-
    ability Act.
  0481  Public Awareness Signs at Superfund Sites
    Order Number PB91-921306CDH, price:  PC A01/MF A01
    Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
    Emergency and Remedial Response; Oct 90
    The Fact Sheet is designed to inform individuals involved in
    the Superfund program about the need to post signs at every
    Superfund site. Superfund sites have been and will continue
 to be of interest and concern to people in surrounding com-
 munities and to the public in general. Through the posting of
 signs at each site,,the Superfund program can work to pro-
 mote continued interaction with communities  as  well  as
 assure that interested  parties .can  access information  or
 report unusual or criminal activities.
 Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
 posit account required (minimum deposit $150 U.S., Canada,
 and Mexico; all others $300). Single  copies also available in
 paper copy or microfiche. 2p.
 Subject  index keywords: Superfund, Waste management,
 Hazardous materials, Office of Solid Waste and Emergency
 Response, Signs.

0482  Questions and Answers About the State Role in
 Remedy Selection at Non-Fund-Financed Enforcement
 Sites
  Order Number PB91-187039CDH, price: PC A02/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response; 18 Apr 91
  The directive describes circumstances  under  which States
  may select and implement a  remedy at NPL sites without
  first obtaining EPA concurrence.
  Specifications: 7p.
  Subject index keywords: Waste management, Superfund,
  Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response.

 0483  Reporting and Exchange of Information on State
  Enforcement Actions at National Priorities List Sites
  Order Number PB91-138883CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response; 14 Mar 86
  The directive outlines  need for EPA Headquarters reporting
  and exchange of information on State-lead enforcement sites
  in order to facilitate Federal oversight and review of State ac-
  tions The memorandum has two attachments: (1) results of
  a survey.on current State-lead enforcement data on  EPA
  systems, and (2) a list of additional data requirements that
  should be addressed.
   Specifications: See also PB91 -138891. 18p.
   Subject index keywords:  Superfund, Waste  management,
   Hazardous materials, Office of Solid Waste and Emergency
   Response.

 0484 Revised Interim Final Guidance on Indian
   Involvement in the Superfund Program
   Order Number PB90-249723CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Emergency and Remedial Response; 28 Nov 89
   The directive supplements and references existing documen-
   tation for EPA Regional personnel and highlights issues spe-
   cific to the involvement of federally recognized Indian tribes
   in the Superfund program.
   Specifications: 17p.
   Subject index keywords: Regulations, Superfund, Remedial
   action, Office of  Solid Waste and  Emergency  Response,
   American Indians.
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         r°'e °f 9ommunity Interviews in the Development
               ""   Relations Pr°9ram for Remedial
of
     Order Number PB90-273756CDH, price: PC A01/MF
     Env,ronmental Protection Agency,' Washington
     Emergency and Remedial Response; 1 5 Jun 90
     The directive offers guidance in response to recent Reaional
     SSedTv ZVT^ the c^^nity relations inteEj
     required by the National Contingency Plan
     Specifications: 5p
  °4
                   Desk Refere"ce for Municipalities
                                                       *
    The manual is a compilation of existing documents relatina
    to municipalities  and Superfund. The manual's pumose is to
    assist municipalities who have been or might be  EtifTed as
    SSSS& resp°nsit?le P,arties  
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PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION: Community Relations,
State & Local, Tag Grants
  Subject index keywords: Waste disposal, Hazardous mate-
  rials, Site selection, Site surveys, Superfund.

0492  Superfund Fact Sheet: PCBs
  Order Number PB93-963309CDH, price: PC A02/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response; Sep 92
  The fact sheet describes polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs),
  where PCBs can be found and how they can enter the body
  and affect human health. The fact sheet is one in a series
  providing  reference  information about Superfund issues and
  is intended for readers with  no formal scientific training.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on  Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
  and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies  also available  in
  paper copy or microfiche. 6p.
  Subject Index keywords:  Environmental exposure, Hazard-
  ous materials, Polychlorinated biphenyls,  Superfund.

 0493  Superfund Fact Sheet: Public Involvement
   Order Number PB93-963313CDH, price: PC A02/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Solid Waste and Emergency Response; Sep 92
   The fact sheet describes how citizens can participate in the
   decision-making process  regarding Superfund  activities  in
   their communities.  Explanations of how citizens can report
   potential Superfund sites, address public health hazards from
   both the site itself and cleanup activities, and provide input
   to limit the effects of the cleanup on their communities are
   given. The fact sheet is one in  a series providing reference
   information about Superfund  issues and is intended for read-
   ers with no formal scientific training.
   Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
   posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
   and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
   paper copy or microfiche. 6p.
   Subject index keywords: Waste disposal,  Hazardous mate-
   rials, Citizen participation, Superfund.
  0494  Superfund Fact Sheet: The Remedial Program
   Order Number PB93-963315CDH, price: PC A02/MF A01
    Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office  of
    Solid Waste and Emergency Response; Sep 92
    The fact sheet describes  what various  actions the EPA can
    take to clean  up  hazardous wastes sites. Explanations of
    how the criteria for environmental and  public health risk  as-
    sessment are determined and the role of state and local gov-
    ernments in site remediation are given.  The fact sheet is one
    in a series providing reference information about Superfund
    issues  and is intended for readers with no formal scientific
    training.
    Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order,  de-
    posit account required (minimum deposit $200  U.S., Canada,
    and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
    paper copy or microfiche. 6p.
    Subject index keywords: Waste disposal, Hazardous mate-
    rials, Superfund.
  0495  Superfund Fact Sheet: The Removal Program
     Order Number PB93-963310CDH, price: PC A02/MF A01
     Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
     Solid Waste and Emergency Response; Sep 92
     The fact sheet describes the Superfund Emergency  Re-
     sponse Program,  a program specifically designed to respond
 to multi-media hazardous materials accidents (e.g. illegal dis-
 posal or improper handling of materials, transportation acci-
 dents, chemical fires) that endanger people and/or the envi-
 ronment. Explanations  of how the removal program works
 and how the affected  communities are involved  are given.
 The fact sheet is one in a series providing reference informa-
 tion about Superfund issues and is intended for readers with
 no scientific training.
 Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order  de-
 posit account required  (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada
 and Mexico; all others  $400). Single copies also available in
 paper copy  or microfiche. 6p.
 Subject index keywords: Waste disposal, Hazardous mate-
  rials, Pollution control, Superfund.

0496  Superfund Fact Sheet: Trichloroethylene
  Order Number PB93-963307CDH,  price: PC A02/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency,  Washington, DC. Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response; Sep 92
  The fact sheet describes trichloroethylene (TCE), a chemical
  that can be found in  a variety of products,  including some
  glues,  paints and paint  removers, and  spot removers  and
  cleaners. Explanations of how TCE can get into the body
  and how it  can affect human health are given. The fact sheet
  is one in a series providing reference information about Su-
  perfund issues and is intended for readers with no formal sci-
  entific training.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
  and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. 6p.
  Subject index keywords: Hazardous materials, Environmen-
  tal exposure, Ethylene/trichloro, Superfund.

 0497  Superfund Information Repositories and
   Administrative Records: Introduction for Librarians
   Order Number PB92-963621CDH, price: PC A02/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Emergency and Remedial Response; Aug 92
   The fact sheet discusses two features of EPA's Superfund
   Community Relations Program:  the information  repository
   and the administrative record. The fact sheet describes the
   types of information usually contained in  the information  re-
   pository and administrative record and describes what is in-
   volved in acting as an information repository librarian.
   Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
   posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
   and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
   paper copy or microfiche. 8p.
   Subject index keywords: Hazardous materials, Information
   centers, Records management, Superfund, Repositories.

 0498  Superfund: Qualified Disadvantaged  Business
    Utilization in State Response
    Order Number PB92-963283CDH, price: PC A01 /MF A01
    Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
    Solid Waste and Emergency Response; Apr 92
    The fact sheet concentrates on  Disadvantaged  Business En-
    terprise utilization in cases where States are managing the
    cleanup of National Priority List sites. It introduces the Super-
    fund process, focuses on disadvantaged business enterprise
    participation and involvement in state Superfund programs,
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    provides a  regulatory context for contracting practices, and
    offers additional information sources.
    Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order de-
    posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U S  Canada
    and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
    paper copy  or microfiche. 5p.

    Subject index keywords: Superfund, Waste manaqement
    Hazardous materials,  Office of Solid Waste and Emergency
    Hesponse.

  0499  Superfund Technical Assistance Grant (TAG)
    Handbook
    Order Number PB91-238592CDH, price: PC A12/MF A03
    Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC Office of
    Emergency and Remedial Response; Apr 90
    The handbook is designed to guide the reader through the
    nlv nn fifth"    Atsfistance Grant (TAG) Program, from ap-
    plying for the grant to selecting a technical advisor and man-
    aging a TAG project. The handbook explains federal policies
    procedures,  and regulations related to the TAG Program and
    provides detailed instructions on  how to complete necessary
    grant forms.  The handbook is intended for those who have
    already submitted a Letter of Intent.
   Specifications: 268p.

   Subject index keywords: Superfund, Waste  management
   Hazardous materials, Office of Solid Waste and Emergency
   Response, Technical Assistance Grant Program.

 0500  Superfund Technical Assistance Grant (TAG)
   Handbook: Applying for Your Grant
   Order Number PB93-963352CDH, price:
   l"li"?«mental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   bolid Waste and Emergency Response; Sep 93

   fTmriJ£ChniCllASSiStance  Grant (TAG> Pr°9ram Provi'des
   funds for qualified citizens'  groups affected by a Superfund
   site to hire independent technical advisors to help interpret
   and  comment on site-related information.  The booklet ex-
   plains the basic program requirements that your group must
   meet to be eligible for a TAG and to successfully complete a
   LnGlQa-PPllcati°n- The TAG  Program is governed by certain
   regulations, which are paraphrased throughout the booklet.
   Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order  de-
   posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S  Canada
   and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies  also available in
   paper copy or microfiche. See also PB93-963353. 24p.
  Subject index keywords: Superfund, Financial assistance,
  Information dissemination.

0501  Superfund Technical Assistance Grant (TAG)
  Handbook: The Application Forms with Instructions
  Order Number PB93-963353CDH, price:
  I^A/metntal Pr°tection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  bolid Waste and Emergency Response; Sep 93
  Contents: Sample Application Forms with Instructions; Letter
  of Intent; Standard Form 424 - General Information; Stand-
  ard Form 424A - Budget Information; Standard Form 424B -
  Assurances; Project  Narrative  Statement; Certification  Re-
  garding Debarment; Drug Free Workplace Certification; Certi-
  fication Regarding Lobbying; Attachments; Attachment 1.A. -
  Statement of Work; Attachment 1.B. - Proposed Schedule of
  Tasks  and Costs for Technical Advisors; and  Attachment
  1 .C. - Detailed Budget.
              PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION: Community
                    Relations, State & Local, Tag Grants


    Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
    posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada
    and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
    paper copy or microfiche. See also PB93-963352. 11 Op.
    Subject index keywords: Superfund, Financial assistance,
    Information dissemination.

  0502  Superfund Technical Assistance Grants
    Order Number PB90-273772CDH, price: PC A02/MF A01
    Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
    Emergency and Remedial Response; Jan 90
    The fact sheet provides background and basic  information
    on the Technical Assistance Grant (TAG) program, which
    provides funds for qualified citizen's groups to hire independ-
    ent technical advisors to  help them understand and com-
    ment on  technical  factors in  cleanup decisions  affectina
    them at nearby sites.
    Specifications:  See also PB90-194721. 9p.
    Subject index keywords: Hazardous materials,  Superfund
    Technical  Assistance  Grant Program,  Waste management!
    Office of Solid Waste  and Emergency  Response, Remedial
    action.

 0503 Superfund Technical Assistance Grants (Fact Sheet)
   Order Number PB93-963301 CDH, price:
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Solid Waste and Emergency Response; Sep 93
   An important aspect of the Superfund program is citizen in-
   volvement at the local level in decision making  that relates to
   site-specific cleanup  actions. Recognizing the  importance of
   community involvement and the need for citizens living near
   NPL sites to be well  informed, Congress included provisions
   in SARA to  establish a Technical Assistance Grant (TAG)
   Program, intended to promote  public involvement  in deci-
   sions on site-specific cleanup strategies under  Superfund.
   The TAG  Program  provides funds  for qualified citizens'
   groups  affected by a  Superfund site to hire independent
   technical advisors to help them understand and comment on
   site-related information, and thus participate in  cleanup deci-
   sions.
   Specifications: Paper copy available on  Standing Order, de-
   posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
  and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies  also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. 6p.
  Subject index keywords: Superfund, Waste management
  Remedial action, Office of Solid  Waste and Emergency Re-
  sponse, Technical Assistance Grant Program.

0504  Superfund Technical Assistance Grants Program-
  Regional Guidance Manual
  Order Number PB90-194721 CDH, price: PC A05/MF A01
  IGF, Inc., Fairfax, VA.;  Environmental Protection Agency
  Washington,  DC. Office of Emergency and Remedial
  Response; Jul 88
  Section  117(e)  of the  Comprehensive  Environmental Re-
  sponse, Compensation, and  Liability Act of 1980 (CERCLA),
  as amended, states that technical assistance grants can be
  made to 'any group of individuals which may be affected by
  a release or threatened release at any facility which is listed
  on the National Priorities List (NPL)' Affected groups eligible
  for technical  assistance  grants are those that  can demon-
  strate, among other things, that their members face actual or
  potential health, economic, or environmental threats  arising
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PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION: Enforcement
  from a release or threatened release at a facility listed on the
  NPL or proposed for listing where a response action is un-
  derway. CERCLA, as amended, authorizes a maximum tech-
  nical assistance grant of up to $50,000 per site for the dura-
  tion of site response activities. Citizens' groups are required
  to provide matching funds. Only one grant may be awarded
  for any eligible NPL site. If more than one group intends to
  apply for the available grant at a site,  the groups should be
  encouraged to  consolidate  and  submit  one  application.
  Grants will be used for the purpose of obtaining technical as-
  sistance  to interpret information  related to Superfund re-
  sponse activities at a site.
  Specifications:  Also pub.  as OSWER DIRECTIVE-9230.1-
  04. Sponsored  by  Environmental  Protection Agency, Wash-
  ington, DC. Office of  Emergency and  Remedial Response.
  94p.
  Subject  index  keywords: Pollution control, Hazardous ma-
  terials, Grants, Superfund program.
 0505  Superfund Technical Assistance Grants (TAGs)
   (Pamphlet)
   Order Number PB93-963302CDH, price:
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Solid Waste and Emergency Response; Sep 93
   The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) believes it is im-
   portant for communities to be involved in decisions related to
   nearby Superfund  sites.  For this reason, community outreach
   activities are underway at each of the 1,200 sites on the Na-
   tional Priorities List (NPL). Congress established the Techni-
   cal Assistance Grant (TAG) Program in 1986 to help affected
   communities understand and comment on site-related infor-
   mation,  and thus participate in cleanup decisions.
   Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
   posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
   and Mexico; all others $400).  Single copies also available in
   paper copy or microfiche. 8p.
   Subject index keywords: Superfund, Waste management,
    Remedial action, Technical Assistance Grant Program.
  0506  Supporting State Attorneys General CERCLA
    Remedial and Enforcement Activities at NPL Sites
    Order Number PB91-138925CDH, price: PC A02/MF A01
    Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
    Solid Waste and Emergency Response; 21 Jun 88
    The directive reaffirms role of State-lead agency for award of
    cooperative agreements, and states that funds can none-the-
    less be available to State attorneys general via pass through
    from the lead agency. Describes the three types of coopera-
    tive agreements that can be passed through the State-lead
    agency to the State Attorney General. The  guidance supple-
    ments directives  no. 9831.6a-6d  'Interim  Final  Guidance
    Package on Funding CERCLA State Enforcement Actions at
    NPL Sites,' dated April 7, 1988.
    Specifications:  See also  PB91-138933 and  PB91-138917.
    10p.
    Subject index keywords: Superfund,  Waste management,
    Hazardous materials, Office of Solid Waste and Emergency
    Response.
0507  Understanding Bioremediation: A Guidebook for
  Citizens                               .„„,,.,- Arn
  Order Number PB93-205870CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; Feb 91
  Bioremediation - a process  that uses  microorganisms to
  transform  harmful substances to  nontoxic  compounds -  is
  one  of the  most promising  new technologies for treating
  chemical  spills and hazardous waste problems. In order to
  improve the technology and  better  understand ite capabili-
  ties  the U S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is en-
  couraging field tests and evaluation of waste site cleanups
  using bioremediation.  As bioremediation  is considered more
  frequently as a cleanup alternative, citizens need information
  about this process to help them contribute to informed deci-
  sion-making regarding the cleanup of waste sites in  the.
  communities. The brochure answers some questions  about
  what bioremediation is, where it can be used  effectively, and
  its advantages and disadvantages.
  Specifications:  See  also PB90-216466, PB92-235589 and
  PB93-116143. 23p.
  Subject  index keywords: Hazardous materials, Waste treat-
   ment, Biological treatment.
 0508   Understanding Superfund Risk Assessment
   Order Number PB92-963372CDH, price: PC A02/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Emergency and Remedial Response; Jul 92
   The fact sheet explains the Superfund risk assessment proc-
   ess in non-technical terms, defining risk  assessment and nsK
   management, and describing the four steps of  risk assess-
   ment Information is also provided on how the public can get
   more involved in Superfund risk assessment and suggestions
   for further reading.
   Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
   posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
   and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies  also available in
   paper copy or microfiche. 8p.
   Subject index  keywords: Superfund, Hazardous materials,
   Waste management,  Office of Solid Waste  and Emergency
   Response.
  PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION:

  Enforcement

  0509  Accelerating Potentially Responsible Party Remedial
    Design Starts: Implementing the 30-Day Study
    Order Number PB92-963608CDH, price: PC A011/MF•AOI
    Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
    Waste Programs Enforcement; 2 Apr 92
    The directive encourages the regions to use all available.op-
    portunities to obtain Potentially Responsible Party (PRP) start
    of the Remedial Design (RD) prior to  entry of a Consent
    Decree. At a minimum, the RD should start at lodging of the
    Consent Decree. Where appropriate, regions should have the
    RD start even  earlier, as soon after signature of the Record
    of Decision (ROD) as possible.
    Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
    posit account required  (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada
    and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
    paper copy or microfiche. See also PB91-139394. 5p.
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    Subject index keywords: Superfund,  Waste management
    Hazardous materials, Office of Solid Waste and Emergency
    Response.                                           }

  0510  Administrative Order on Consent for Remedial
    Investigations/Feasibility Study
    Order Number PB91-139378CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
    o"™"16"*3' Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
    Solid Waste and Emergency Response;  5 Feb 90
    The directive  provides a model order that is designed to re-
    £a^,   outdated model order that was issued prior to the
    UhRCLA amendments. The model order is designed to facili-
   tate settlement negotiations by serving as an opening hand-
   position, and to facilitate national consistency. The directive
   supersedes directive no.  9835.3 'Model  Administrative Order
   ?Lcate  Party Conduct f°r RI/FSs,' dated  January 31
   1985, and supplements  directive no. 9835.8 'Model State-
   ment of  Work for  Remedial   Investigations and  Feasibility
   Study Conducted by Potentially Responsible Parties (PRPs)'
 , dated June 2,  1989.                                  ''
   Specifications: 34p.
 ' Subject  index keywords:  Remedial  action,  Superfund
   Waste  management,  Hazardous materials, Office  of Solid
   Waste and Emergency Response.

 0511  Administrative Penalty Procedures
   Order Number PB92-101963CDH, price: PC A02/MF A01
   Environmental  Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   bolid Waste and Emergency Response; 1991
   The directive  discusses administrative penalty  procedures
   r£>nf  Provides that the  administrative assessment  of
   OERCLA Section 109  penalties  and EPCRA  Section 325
   penalties will be governed by  EPA's Consolidated Rules of
   Practice  Governing the Administrative Assessment of Civil
   Penalties and  by supplemental rules relating specifically  to
   penalty  assessments under Section 109 of CERCLA and
  Section 325 of  EPCRA.
  Specifications: 8p.
  Subject index  keywords: Hazardous materials, Waste man-
  agement, Superfund, Office of  Solid Waste  and  Emergency
  Response.                                           *

0512  Arbitration Procedures for Small Superfund Cost
  Recovery Claims
  Order Number PB92-102045CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response;  22 May 89

  T5prhScti^Jo^!eAments  EPA'S authorityunder Section
  i^(h)(2) of CERCLA, which authorizes the  head of any de-
  partment or agency with authority to undertake a response
  action under CERCLA to use arbitration as a method of set-
  tling CERCLA Section 107(a) claims for recovery of response
  costs  incurred  by the  U.S. pursuant to Section 104 of
  OtHULA.
  Specifications:   18p.
  Subject index keywords: Hazardous materials, Superfund
 Waste management, Office of Solid Waste and Emergency
 Response.                                       a   y
  0513   BEN: A Model to Calculate the Economic Benefit of
    Noncompliance. User's Manual
    Order Number PB92-230358CDH, price: PC A08/MF A02
    Industrial Economics, Inc., Cambridge, MA.; Environmental
    Protection Agency, Washington,  DC. Office of Enforcement-
    1 Oct 92
    The Agency developed the BEN  computer model to calculate
    the  economic benefit a  violator derives from delaying or
    avoiding compliance with environmental statutes. In general,
    the Agency uses the BEN computer model to assist its own
    staff  in developing settlement penalty figures. While the pri-
    mary purpose of the BEN model  is to calculate the economic
    benefit of  noncompliance, the model may also be used to
    calculate the after tax net present value  of a pollution pre-
    vention or mitigation project and to calculate  'cash outs' in
    Superfund  cases. The document, the  BEN User's Manual,
    contains all the  formulas  that make  up the BEN computer
    model and is freely available to the public upon request.
    Specifications:   Sponsored  by Environmental  Protection
    Agency, Washington, DC. Office of Enforcement. 168p.
    Subject  index keywords: Pollution  abatement,  Computer-
    ized  simulation, Benefit cost analysis,  Penalties,  Standards
    compliance, BEN model.

 0514 BEN Model: Calculates Violators' Economic Benefits
   from Noncompliance (Version 4.0) (for Microcomputers)
   Order Number PB94-500998CDH, price: Diskette $140.00
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Enforcement; Dec 93
   The model  calculates the economic benefit that a company
   gains  by delaying payment necessary  for compliance with
   environmental regulations or permits. While the  primary pur-
   pose of the BEN  model is to calculate the economic benefit
   of  EPA regulation noncompliance, the  model may also be
   used  to calculate the after tax net present value of a pollu-
   tion prevention or mitigation project. BEN is not  limited to
   just environmental regulations;  rather,  it is a cost analysis
   model that  presents savings from delaying or avoiding any
   expenditures. Users are taken through a series of prompts to
   enter  specified costs including  initial  capital  investments,
   nondepreciable expenditures,  annual   expenses,  dates  of
   compliance  and  noncompliance,  date  of penalty  payment,
   useful  life of pollution  control equipment, income  tax rates,
   inflation rate, and discount rate. The savings from not payinq
  are then calculated.
  Specifications: The software is on one 3 1/2 inch diskette,
  720K  double density. Documentation included; may be or-
  dered separately as PB94-141652. Will  be updated  in August
  1994. System: DOS operating system. Requires 232K of hard
  drive space.  Is menu driven. 1  diskette.
  Subject index keywords: Pollution abatement,  Benefit cost
  analysis, Software.

0515  CASHOUT User's Manual for Superfund
  Order Number PB94-141678CDH, price: PC A05/MF A01
  Industrial Economics, Inc., Cambridge, MA.; Environmental
  Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of Enforcement-
  Sep 92
  The U.S. Environmental  Protection Agency (EPA) developed
  the  Superfund CASHOUT computer model  to calculate the
  present value of the cleanup costs at  Superfund sites that
  the government needs to collect from potentially responsible
  parties  (PRPs).  The  CASHOUT  computer model will assist
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  EPA staff in developing settlement figures for Superfund de
  minimis settlements, commonly referred to as 'cash outs'. De
  minimis settlements entail the early release from liability of
  certain contributors at a Superfund site after they pay their
  fair share  of the total  cleanup costs. Thus, calculating the
  present value of cleanup costs using the CASHOUT comput-
  er model is generally the first step in 'cashing out' PRPs in-
  volved in  a  de minimis settlement. The 'present value' of
  future costs  reflects the fact that a dollar today is different
  (i.e., worth more) than a dollar tomorrow. Cleanup costs to
  be incurred in the future need to  be restated in terms of
  today's dollars to  'cash out' PRPs. Using the present value
  of the total cleanup costs, Agency staff can develop a basis
  from which they can estimate each de minimis contributor's
  share of the total cleanup costs.
  Specifications:  For system on diskette, see PB94-501012.
  Sponsored by Environmental Protection Agency, Washington,
  DC. Office of Enforcement. 76p.
  Subject   index   keywords:   Superfund,  Costs,  User
  manuals(Computer programs).
 0516  CERCLA Enforcement Policy Compendium Update
  Order Number PB92-963623CDH, price: PC$98.00
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; Sep 92
  The compendium is a compilation of documents originated
   by the Office of Waste Programs Enforcement, CERCLA En-
  forcement Division. Documents contained  in the 1992 com-
   pendium were issued after August 14, 1990 and are related
   to CERCLA Enforcement The compendium also consists of
   documents  originated by the  Office of  Enforcement and
   Office of Emergency and Remedial Response.
   Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
   posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
   and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
   paper copy or microfiche. 903p.
   Subject Index keywords: Waste management,  Hazardous
   materials. Law enforcement, Superfund.
  0517  CERCLA Implementation of Inspector Training
   Requirements for OSCs/RPMs at the Intermediate Level
   In STEP and First-Line Supervisors
   Order Number PB91-187021CDH, price: PC A02/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Solid Waste and Emergency Response; 3 Apr 91
   The directive provides  guidance on how two groups of
   CERCLA staff can meet or be excepted from the training re-
   quirements of EPA Order 3500.1 Inspector Training.
   Specifications:  7p.
   Subject  Index keywords:  Personnel development, Super-
   fund, Waste management, Office of Solid Waste and Emer-
    gency Response, Structured Training  and Evaluation Pro-
    gram.
  0518  CERCLA Implementation of the Training
    Requirements of EPA Order 3500.1. Inspector Training
    Order Number PB91-139659CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
    Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
    Solid Waste and Emergency Response; 19 Oct 89
    The purpose of the directive is to explain how On-Scene Co-
    ordinators  (OSCs) and Remedial Project Managers (RPMs)
    may satisfy  the requirements  for Inspector Training under
    EPA Order 3500.1, or may be granted  an exemption from
    those requirements. An exemption may be granted depend-
 ing on the implementation of the Structured  Training  and
 Evaluation Program (STEP). STEP is a key component of the
 OSC/RPM Support Program created by OSWER. Depending
 on the  various levels in  STEP  -  Basic,  Intermediate,  Ad-
 vanced  or Master - to which  an  OSC/RPM is assigned, an
 exemption may be  granted from the training requirements of
 the Order.
 Specifications: 19p.
 Subject index keywords: Superfund, Waste  management.
 Hazardous materials, Personnel development, Office of Solid
 Wastes and  Emergency Response.
0519  Comparative  Analysis of Remedies Selected in the
 Superfund Program during FY 87, FY 88 and FY 89
 Order Number PB91 -139477CDH, price: PC A09/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC.  Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; 20 Jun 90
  The  directive  determines  if there are differences between
  remedies selected  at Fund-lead and Enforcement-lead sites.
  For the bulk of the analysis, sites whose  remedial  investiga-
  tion/feasibility study  (RI/FS) was conducted with Superfund
  money (Fund-lead) were compared with those whose Rl/h-b
  was conducted by  potentially responsible parties (PRPs) (En-
  forcement-lead). In addition, sites whose remedial design/re-
  medial action  (RD/RA) is expected to be conducted by PRPs
  were compared with sites where the Fund was expected to
  conduct RD/RA. The  latter  comparison  was developed to
  consider potential  influence where PRPs do not conduct the
  RI/FS, but offer or are expected to conduct the RD/RA.
  Specifications: 179p.
  Subject index keywords: Hazardous materials, Superfund,
  Waste management, Remedial action, Office of Solid Waste
  and Emergency Response.
 0520  Consent Orders and the Reimbursement Provision
  Under Section 106(b) of CERCLA
  Order  Number PB91-139113CDH, price: PC A02/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Solid Waste and Emergency Response; 12 Jun 87
   The directive provides guidance regarding terms of consent
   orders to preclude parties who have signed consent agree-
   ments to subsequently  seek reimbursement under section
   106(b) of CERCLA.
   Specifications:  Portions of this document are not fully legi-
   ble. 6p.
   Subject index keywords: Waste management,  Superfund,
   Hazardous materials,  Office of Solid Waste and Emergency
   Response.
 0521 Consultation on Records of Decision (RODS) for
   Containment-Only Remedies
   Order Number PB91-228734CDH, price: PC A01/MF A01
    Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
    Solid  Waste  and  Emergency Response; 2 Oct 90
    The directive provides Regions  with implementation strategy
    for RODs involving containment.
    Specifications:  5p.
    Subject index keywords: Superfund, Waste management,
    Hazardous materials, Office of  Solid Waste and Emergency
    Response.
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 0522  Coordination of EPA and State Actions in Cost
   Recovery
   Order Number PB91-138974CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Solid Waste and Emergency Response; 29 Aug 83
   The directive outlines considerations for promoting Federal/
   State  relations in their  respect cost recovery efforts. Also
   provides  guidance on preparing conditions to cooperative
   agreements.
   Specifications:  Portions of this document are not fully leqi-
   ble. 24p.                                            a
   Subject index keywords: Superfund, Waste management,
   Hazardous materials, Office of Solid Waste and Emergency
   Response.

 0523  Cost Recovery Actions/Statute of Limitations
   Order  Number PB91-138982CDH, price: PC A02/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Solid Waste and Emergency Response; 12 Jun 87
   The directive updates EPA's policy on timing  of cost recov-
   ery action. The directive requests EPA staff to focus atten-
   tion on the accuracy of data being used to  brief Congress on
   the status of cost recovery efforts at sites. In addition, the
   directive encourages the initiation of cost recovery action for
   those  sites where the Statute  of  Limitations date  is ap-
   proaching. The directive  supercedes directive no. 9832.3,
   Timing of CERCLA Cost Recovery Actions,' dated October
   7, 1985.
   Specifications: 6p.
   Subject index keywords: Superfund, Waste  management
   Hazardous materials,  Office of Solid  Waste and Emergency
   Response.

 0524 Cost Recovery Actions under CERCLA
   Order Number PB91-138966CDH, price: PC A06/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington,  DC. Office of
   Solid Waste and Emergency Response; 26 Aug 83
   The directive describes the essential  elements that the gov-
   ernment will probably be called upon to prove in  a cost re-
   covery action: the assembly and maintenance of a file, some
   examples  of appropriate documentation for each element of
   the cause  of action, procedures for processing and negotiat-
   ing cost recovery claims, and the mechanics of repayment of
  any recovery to the Fund.
  Specifications:  104p.
  Subject index keywords: Superfund, Waste  management
  Hazardous materials, Office of Solid Waste and Emergency
  Response.

0525  Cost  Recovery Referrals
  Order Number PB91-138941CDH, price: PC  A02/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response; 3 Aug 83
  The directive discusses procedures for Regional staff in han-
  dling and documenting upcoming section 107 cost recovery
  referrals in order to meet Department of Justice require-
  ments,  in a memorandum dated August 3,  1983. A second
  memorandum,  dated September 5, 1983, is attached that fur-
  ther clarifies the earlier memorandum. A partial list of docu-
  ments needed to support cost recovery is attached to the
  second memorandum.  These memoranda are supplemented
  by directive no. 9832.0-1 a,  which used to  be  directive no
  9832.4.
   Specifications:  See also PB91-138958. 7p.
  .Subject index keywords:  Superfund, Waste management,
   Hazardous materials, Office of Solid Waste and Emergency
   Response.

 0526  Covenants Not to Sue under SARA
   Order Number PB91-139220CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Solid Waste and Emergency Response; 10 Jul 87
   The report updates the Interim Settlement Policy by providing
   guidance  on the implementation  of the mandatory and dis-
   cretionary provisions of SARA in  relation to the use  of cov-
   enants not to sue in consent decrees. Attached to the guid-
   ance is a model covenant not to sue.
   Specifications: 27p.
   Subject index keywords: Hazardous materials, Waste treat-
   ment, Liabilities, Superfund Amendments and  Reauthoriza-
   tion Act, Cleanup.

 0527  Endangerment Assessment Guidance
   Order Number PB91-139675CDH,  price: PC A03/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency,  Washington, DC.  Office of
   Solid Waste and Emergency Response; 21 Oct 85
  The directive clarifies the requirement that an endangerment
  assessment be  developed to support  all administrative and
  judicial enforcement actions under Section 106  of the Com-
  prehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Li-
  ability Act  (CERCLA) and Section 7003 of the Resource Con-
  servation and Recovery Act (RCRA). Before taking enforce-
  ment action  under these provisions to abate the hazards or
  potential  hazards at a site, the  Environmental Protection
  Agency (EPA) must be able to properly document and justify
  its assertion that an  imminent and substantial endangerment
  to public health or welfare or the environment may exist. The
  endangerment assessment provides the  documentation and
  justification. The endangerment assessment is not necessary
  to support Section 104 actions. It  also  provides guidance on
  the content, timing,  level of detail, format, and resources re-
  quired for the preparation of endangerment assessments.
  Specifications:  Portions of this document are not fully legi-
  ble. 13p.
  Subject index keywords: Superfund,  Waste management,
  Hazardous materials, Office of Solid Waste and Emergency
  Response, Endangerment assessment.

0528  Endangerment  Assessment  Guidance
  Order Number PB92-101997CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response; 22 Nov 85
  The directive clarifies the  requirement that an endangerment
  assessment be developed to support all administrative and
  judicial enforcement actions under Section 106 of the  Com-
  prehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Li-
  ability Act (CERCLA) and Section 7003 of the Resource Con-
  servation and Recovery Act (RCRA). Before taking  enforce-
  ment action under these provisions to abate the hazards or
  potential hazards at a site, the  Environmental  Protection
  Agency (EPA) must be able to properly document and justify
  its assertion that an imminent and  substantial endangerment
  to public health or welfare or the environment may exist. The
  endangerment assessment provides this documentation and
  justification. The endangerment assessment is not necessary
  to support Section 104 actions. It also provides guidance on
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  the content, timing, level of detail, format, and resources re-
  quired for the preparation of endangerment assessments.
  Specifications:  See also PB92-102144. 20p.
  Subject Index keywords: Hazardous materials, Waste man-
  agement, Superfund, Office of Solid Waste and Emergency
  Response.
0529 Endangerment Assessment Handbook
  Order Number PB91-139683CDH, price: PC A07/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response; 22 Nov 85
  The directive provides guidance  on  how to develop an en-
  dangerment assessment and discusses the level of  detail
  that is required. It also addresses how the assessment may
  be affected by various site-specific enforcement concerns.
  Specifications: Portions of this document are not fully legi-
  ble. 141 p.
  Subject index keywords: Superfund, Waste management,
  Hazardous materials, Office of Solid Waste and  Emergency
  Response.
0530  Endangerment Assessment Handbook
  Order Number PB92-102144CDH, price: PC A13/MF A03
  PRC Engineering, Inc., Chicago, IL; Life Systems, Inc.,
  Cleveland, OH.*Environmental Protection Agency,
  Washington, DC. Office of Waste Programs Enforcement;
  Aug 85
  Current U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)  policy
  states that an endangerment  assessment is required to sup-
  port all administrative and judicial enforcement actions under
  Section  106(a) of the Comprehensive Environmental Re-
  sponse, Compensation and Liability Act of 1980 (CERCLA)
  and Section 7003 of the Resource Conservation  and Recov-
  ery Act of 1976 (RCRA).  This Handbook provides guidance
  to EPA regional, state and contractor personnel on conduct-
  ing endangerment assessments and preparing the necessary
  documentation. Its primary purpose is to assist individuals in
  the  preparation  of endangerment  assessment  documents
  which will satisfy the enforcement needs of each case. The
  Handbook explains the  use  of  the endangerment  assess-
  ment as an enforcement  tool and  its  relationship to  the re-
  medial investigation (Rl) and  feasibility study (FS) processes
  at a site. It provides guidance on how to develop an  endan-
  germent assessment and discusses the timing, scope and
  level of detail  that are required  and how these factors may
  be affected by site-specific enforcement concerns.
  Specifications:  Also pub. as Life Systems, Inc., Cleveland,
  OH. rept. no. TR-693-24B. See also PB92-101997. Prepared
  in cooperation with Life Systems, Inc., Cleveland, OH. Spon-
  sored by Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC.
  Office of Waste Programs Enforcement. 278p.
  Subject Index keywords: Risk assessment, Hazardous ma-
  terials, Waste management, Superfund, Handbooks, Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement.
 0531  Enforcement Project Management Handbook
   Order Number PB90-780115CDH, price: PC A22/MF A03
   Booz-Allen and Hamilton, Inc., Bethesda, MD.; Environmental
   Protection Agency, Washington,  DC. Office of Solid Waste
   and Emergency Response; Jul 89
   The publication is a basic reference and training manual to
   assist EPA Superfund field personnel (Remedial Project Man-
   agers and On Scene Coordinators) in planning, negotiating
   and managing potentially responsible party (PRP) searches
  and PRP-lead actions at Superfund sites. It provides an over-
  view of each phase of the Superfund enforcement  process
  and discusses specific roles and responsibilities of the RPM/
  OSC in the process.
  Specifications:  See also PB87-183133 and PB87-183141.
  Sponsored by Environmental Protection Agency, Washington,
  DC. Office of Solid Waste and  Emergency Response.  508p.
  Subject  index keywords: Hazardous materials, Waste dis-
  posal.
0532  Enforcement Project Management Handbook
  Order Number PB91-186999CDH, price: PC A23/MF A03
  Booz-Allen and Hamilton,  Inc., Bethesda, MD.; Environmental
  Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of Solid Waste
  and Emergency Response; Jan  91
  The handbook has been  prepared as a basic reference and
  training manual to assist RPMs  (Remedial Project Managers)
  and OSCs (On-Scene Coordinators)  in planning, negotiating
  and managing various enforcement actions.
  Specifications:   Supersedes PB90-780115. Sponsored  by
  Environmental Protection  Agency, Washington,  DC. Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response. 538p.
  Subject index keywords: Hazardous materials, Waste dis-
  posal.
0533 Enforcement Project Management Handbook
  Order Number PB93-963602CDH, price: PC A18/MF A04
  Environmental Protection  Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response; May 93
  The Handbook is intended to be a basic reference and train-
  ing manual to assist Remedial Project Managers (RPMs) and
  On-Scene Coordinators (OSCs) in planning, negotiating, and
  managing Potentially Responsible Party (PRP)  searches and
  PRP-lead actions. It provides an  overview of each phase of
  the enforcement process and  discusses specific roles and
  responsibilities of the RPM/OSC in the process. Procedures
  and information contained in the document are based  on ex-
  isting and draft EPA policy and  guidance. Specific documents
  are referenced as sources of  additional  information on par-
  ticular topics.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit  account required (minimum  deposit $200  U.S., Canada,
  and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. Supersedes PB91-186999. 404p.
  Subject index  keywords: Superfund, Hazardous materials,
  Waste disposal.
 0534  Entry and Continued Access under CERCLA
  Order Number PB91-138867CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response; 5 Jun 87
  The directive describes EPA's  policy on entry  and continued
  access  to facilities by EPA officers, employees, and repre-
  sentatives for purposes  of response and civil enforcement
  activities under CERCLA. The policy recommends that EPA
  should seek to obtain access through consent.
  Specifications:  See also PB91-138859. 18p.
  Subject index keywords: Superfund, Waste management,
   Hazardous materials, Office of Solid Waste and Emergency
   Response.
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 0535   Environmental Compliance Branch, Standard
   Operating Procedures and Quality Assurance Manual
   Revision 1
   Order Number PB91-233650CDH, price: PC A19/MF A04
   Environmental Protection Agency, Athens, GA.
   Environmental Services Div; 1  Feb 91
   The  document contains the field procedures developed by
   US-EPA, Region IV, ESD for investigating hazardous waste
   sites for the FtCRA and Superiund programs, performance of
   NPDES inspection and air monitoring. In particular,  sampling
   of environmental media  and waste,  sample handling  and
   preservation, decontamination of field  equipment, installation
   of monitoring wells, and field quality  assurance procedures
   are  described.  Sampling equipment  is  discussed  and de-
   scribed. Surveying requirements for site  characterization are
   given.
   Specifications: 449p.
   Subject  index keywords:  Hazardous  materials,  Site  sur-
   veys, Waste management, EPA region  4.     •.

 0536  EPA Interim Guidance on Indemnification of
   Superfund Response Action  Contractors Under Section
   119 of SARA
   Order Number PB91-139402CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Emergency and Remedial Response; 6 Oct 87
   The directive provides guidance to EPA  Regional personnel
   on EPA Superfund response  action contractor indemnifica-
   tion, including EPA  interim guidelines, procedures for proc-
   essing indemnification requests, and  model  indemnification
   contract language.
   Specifications: 38p.
   Subject index keywords: Superfund, Waste management
   Hazardous materials, Office  of Solid Waste and Emergency
   Response.

 0537 Evaluating Mixed Funding Settlements under
   CERCLA
   Order Number PB91-139238CDH, price: PC A03/MF  A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Solid Waste and Emergency Response; 20 Oct 87
   The report provides  guidance  to the Regions for evaluating
   settlement proposals that the Regions  may receive from  po-
   tentially responsible parties for EPA to provide mixed funding
   at CERCLA sites. The  goals of the guidance  are to  encour-
   age, the Regions  to consider mixed  funding  settlements,
   present a method  for mixed funding, and to present criteria
  for evaluating good versus poor candidates.
  Specifications:  20p.
  Subject index keywords: Financing,  Government policies,
  Waste treatment, Superfund, Comprehensive  Environmental
  Response.

0538 Evaluation of, and Additional Guidance on, Issuance
  of Unilateral Administrative Orders (UAOs) for RD/RA
  Order Number PB91-201764CDH, price: PC A02/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response; 20 Jun 91
  The purpose of the directive is to present the  results of a
  recent  evaluation conducted by the Office  of  Waste Pro-
  grams  Enforcement (OWPE) of the  selection process EPA
  uses in issuing  UAOs to  Potentially  Responsible  Parties
  (PRPs) for  RD/RA under  CERCLA; and, based on the eval-
   uation,  to  give  further guidance on  the  process  used to
   select recipients of UAOs.
   Specifications:  6p.
   Subject index keywords: Superfund, Waste management,
   Remedial action, Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Re-
   sponse,  Record of Decision, Potentially responsible parties.

 0539  Expanded Civil Judicial Referral Procedures
   Order Number PB91-139766CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Solid Waste and Emergency Response; 28 Aug 86
   The directive provides guidance on procedures for civil judi-
   cial referrals to the Department of Justice. The memorandum
   expands the current  direct referral  program,  indicates that
   Headquarters should  not  establish mandatory requirements
   for pre-referral negotiations, mandates use of 'hold action'
   cases only for strategic or tactical  reasons and  offers guid-
   ance on the preparation of bankruptcy cases.
   Specifications: See also PB91-139774. 16p.
   Subject  index keywords: Superfund, Waste  management,
   Hazardous  materials, Office of Solid Waste  and Emergency
   Response.

0540  Expansion of Direct Referral of Cases to the
   Department of Justice
   Order Number PB91-139790CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Solid Waste and Emergency Response; 14 Jan 88
   The  directive provides guidance to EPA Headquarters and
   Regional personnel regarding procedures to follow in imple-
   menting the expanded direct referral agreement. Prior guid-
   ance  on  direct referrals appears in a November 28, 1983,
   memorandum entitiled,  'Implementation of Direct Referrals
  for Civil Cases Beginning December 1, 1983.' That guidance
  is  superseded to the extent that the  current  guidance  re-
  places or changes procedures  set forth therein; otherwise
  the 1983  document remains in effect.
  Specifications:  16p.
  Subject index keywords:  Superfund,  Waste management,
  Hazardous materials, Office of Solid Waste and  Emergericy
  Response.

0541  Final EPA Policy on the Inclusion of Environmental
  Auditing Provisions in Enforcement Settlements
  Order Number PB92-102094CDH, price: PC A04/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office  of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response; 14 Nov 86
  The purpose of the directive is  to provide Agency enforce-
  ment personnel with general criteria for and guidance on se-
  lecting judicial and  administrative  enforcement  cases  in
  which  EPA will seek to include environmental auditing provi-
  sions among terms of any settlement.
  Specifications: 73p.
  Subject index keywords: Hazardous materials,  Superfund,
  Waste management, Office  of Solid Waste and Emergency
  Response.
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0542  Final Guidance on Preparing Waste-In Lists and
  Volumetric Rankings for Release to Potentially
  Responsible Parties (PRPs) under CERCLA ('Waste-In'
  Guidance)
  Order Number PB91-187005CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response; 22 Feb 91
  The directive provides guidance on the compilation and re-
  lease of waste-in lists and volumetric rankings to  help Re-
  gions comply with the information release requirements  of
  CERCLA section 122(e) and the information release and ex-
  change policies outlined in OSWER directives 9835.12 and
  9834.10.
  Specifications: 30p.
  Subject index keywords: Waste management, Superfund,
  Notification procedures, Hazardous materials, Office of Solid
  Waste and Emergency Response.
0543   First 125 De Minimis Settlements: Statistics from
  EPA's De Minimis Database
  Order Number PB94-963606CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response; Oct 93
  Under Section 122(g)  of the Comprehensive Environmental
  Response,  Compensation,  and Liability Act (CERCLA),  EPA
  is encouraged to reach settlements with two types of parties:
  de minimis waste contributors and de minimis landowners.
  Since 1986, when Section  122(g) was passed as part of the
  Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization Act,  EPA has
  entered into about 125 de minimis settlements, thereby re-
  solving the liability of more than 6,000 parties. In an effort to
  facilitate the greater use of de minimis settlements, EPA has
  developed  the De Minimis  Database,  a comprehensive
  system designed to track over 100 data elements for each
  settlement. EPA is using this system to track and analyze all
  finalized  de minimis settlements.  This  report summarizes
  data maintained in the De Minimis Database. The information
  contained in the database is drawn from several sources:
  final  de  minimis  settlement documents  (including  attach-
  ments such as settlor lists and  signature pages); a survey
  questionnaire completed  by EPA Regional personnel for
  each settlement; CERCLIS (the Comprehensive Environmen-
  tal   Response, Compensation,  and  Liability  Information
  System); and the ROD Annual Reports.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
  and  Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available  in
  paper copy or microfiche. 25p.
  Subject  Index keywords: Hazardous wastes, Waste man-
  agement, Data base management, Office of Solid Waste and
  Emergency Response, De minimis settlements.
 0544  Guidance of the Use of Stipulated Penalties in
  Hazardous Waste Consent Decrees
  Order Number PB91-139360CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response; 27 Sep 89
  The directive provides guidance on the use of stipulated pen-
  alties in hazardous waste consent  decrees. The  directive
  supplements directive no. 9835.2  'Guidance on Draft Con-
  sent  Decrees in  Hazardous Waste  Cases,' dated May  1,
  1985.
  Specifications: 22p.
  Subject index keyword!}: Superfund, Waste management,
  Hazardous materials, Office of Solid Waste and Emergency
  Response.
0545  Guidance on Applicability of EPA Order 3500.1 to
  CERCLA Staff
  Order Number PB91-139642CDH, price: PC A02/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response; 28 Nov 88
  The  directive defines, through guidance to the Regions,
  which CERCLA staff are subject to the requirements of EPA
  order 3500.1. The order established training requirements for
  compliance inspectors and field investigators.
  Specifications: Portions of this document are not fully  legi-
  ble. 6p.
  Subject index keywords: Superfund, Waste management,
  Hazardous materials, Office of Solid Waste and Emergency
  Response.
0546   Guidance on CERCLA Section 106 Judicial  Actions
  Order Number PB91-139428CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response; 24 Feb 89
  The  directive provides criteria for consideration in selecting
  and initiating CERCLA section 106 judicial actions. The guid-
  ance also identifies  and discusses issues  that should be  con-
  sidered in preparation of a section 106 referral.
  Specifications: 12p.
  Subject index keywords: Superfund, Waste  management,
  Hazardous materials, Office of Solid Waste  and  Emergency
  Response.
0547   Guidance on CERCLA Settlements with De Micromis
  Waste Contributors
  Order Number PB93-963619CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
  Environmental  Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; 30 Jul 93
  The purpose of the memorandum is to provide guidance on
  using  CERCLA's  settlement authorities  to resolve   the
  CERCLA liability of parties who have contributed even less
  hazardous substances to a site than the de minimis parties
  the Agency  traditionally pursues. These parties  will  herein-
  after be referred to as 'de micromis' parties. The memoran-
  dum describes the  types of situations in which a Region may
  find  that it is in the public interest to exercise enforcement
  discretion by offering de micromis settlements. The guidance
  also explains how to use EPA's existing  settlement authority
  in an expeditious manner to resolve the  liability of de micro-
  mis  parties and to  grant them the full extent of contribution
  protection available under the statute.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on  Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $225 U.S., Canada,
  and Mexico; all others $450). Single copies  also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. 18p.
  Subject  index keywords: Superfund, Hazardous materials,
  Waste disposal, Lawsuits.
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 0548  Guidance on CERCLA 106(a) Unilateral
   Administrative Orders for Remedial Designs and
   Remedial Actions
   Order Number PB91-139089CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Solid Waste and Emergency Response; 13 Mar 90
   The directive discusses section 106 unilateral orders and the
   CERCLA remedial program, and statutory requirements and
   policy factors for issuing section 106 unilateral orders for re-
   medial designs and remedial actions. Key provisions of uni-
   lateral orders and specialized forms and use of such orders
   also are discussed. The directive supplements directive no.
   9833.0, entitled  'Guidance on the  Use  and Issuance of Ad-
   ministrative Orders Under Section  106,' dated September 8
   1983,  and  directive no.  9833.0-2b 'Model  Administrative
   Order  for Remedial  Designs and Remedial Action,'  dated
   March 30, 1990.
   Specifications:  See also PB91-139097. 38p.
   Subject index  keywords: Superfund, Hazardous  materials
   Waste management, Office of Solid Waste and Emerqencv
   Response.

 0549  Guidance on Documenting Decisions Not to Take
   Cost Recovery Actions
   Order Number PB91-139048CDH, price:  PC A02/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Solid Waste and Emergency Response; 7 Jun 88
   The  directive provides  information to  Regional  Superfund
   personnel on  the content of  close-out  memoranda  that
   should be written for each site where EPA does not intend,
   on the basis of certain  information, to pursue an action for
   cost recovery of unreimbursed Superfund monies.
   Specifications:  10p.
   Subject index keywords: Superfund, Waste  management
   Hazardous materials, Office of Solid Waste and Emergency
   Response.

0550   Guidance on Drafting Consent Decrees in
   Hazardous Waste Cases
   Order Number PB91-139345CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Solid Waste and Emergency Response; 1 May 85
   The  directive focuses on  the  consent decree  provisions
  which are vital to settlement in hazardous  waste cases, and
  are handled differently or not at all under other  programs.
  The  directive  supplements directive  no. 9835.0 'Interim
  CERCLA Settlement Policy,' dated December 5, 1984.
  Specifications:  26p.
  Subject index keywords:  Superfund, Waste management
  Hazardous materials, Office of Solid Waste and Emergency
  Response.

0551  Guidance on Federal Superfund Liens
  Order Number PB91-139055CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; 22 Sep 87
  The directive establishes guidance on the use of Federal
  liens  to enhance  Superfund cost recovery. Section  107(f) of
  the Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization Act of 1986
  adds a new section 107(1)  to CERCLA, which provides for
  the establishment of a Federal  lien in favor of the United
  States upon property that is the subject  of a removal or re-
  medial action. The guidance provides: (1) analysis of statuto-
  ry issues  regarding the  nature and scope to the lien, (2)
   policy on filing  a Federal lien to support a cost recovery
   action, and (3)  procedures  for filing a  notice of lien and
   taking an 'in rem' action to recover the costs of a lien.
   Specifications:  12p.
   Subject index keywords: Superfund,  Waste  management,
   Hazardous materials, Office of Solid Waste and Emergency
   Response.

 0552  Guidance on Landowner Liability under  Section
   107(a)(1) of CERCLA, De Minimis Settlements under
   Section 122(g)(1)(B) of CERCLA, and Settlements with
   Prospective Purchasers of Contaminated Property
   Order Number PB91-139444CDH, price: PC A04/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Waste Programs Enforcement; 6 Jun 89
   The purpose of the directive is to  provide general guidance
   on landowner liability under the Comprehensive Environmen-
   tal Response,  Compensation, and  Liability  Act of  1980
   ('CERCLA'), as amended by the Superfund Amendments and
   Reauthorization Act of 1986,  Pub.L. No.99-499 ('SARA'), 42
   U.S.C. S9601  et seq., and to provide specific  guidance on
   which  landowners  qualify for de minimis  settlements under
   Section 122(g)(1)(B) and on structuring such settlements. Be-
   cause  the nature of a de minimis settlement with a landown-
   er will  differ substantially from a de minimis settlement with
   waste  contributors,  it will usually be more efficient to draft
   such   agreements   separately.  In   addition, because  the
   Agency has received numerous requests from prospective
   purchasers of  contaminated  property for covenants not to
   sue, the memorandum sets forth Agency policy on this issue.
   Specifications:  Portions of this document are  not fully legi-
   ble. 59p.
   Subject index keywords: Superfund, Waste management,
   Hazardous materials, Office of Solid Waste and Emergency
   Response.

0553 Guidance on Premium Payments in  CERCLA
   Settlements
   Order Number PB91-139410CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Solid Waste and Emergency Response; 17 Nov 88
   The directive provides guidance on  the use of premium pay-
   ments in CERCLA settlements. It describes the  key features
   of a premium  payment settlement,  considerations regarding
  timing of the settlement, and the factors to be considered in
  deciding if a premium should be accepted.
  Specifications:  19p.
  Subject index keywords: Superfund, Waste management,
  Hazardous materials, Office of Solid Waste and Emergency
  Response.

0554  Guidance  on Preparing Waste-in Lists and
  Volumetric Rankings for Release to Potentially
  Responsible Parties (PRPs) under CERCLA
  Order Number PB92-963606CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; 22 Feb 91
  The directive provides guidance on the  compilation and  re-
  lease of waste-in lists and volumetric rankings  to help Re-
  gions comply with the information  release requirements of
  CERCLA section 122(e) and the information release and ex-
  change policies outlined in OSWER directives 9835.12 and
  9834.10.
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  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
  and Mexico;  all others $400). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. 29p.
  Subject index keywords:  Superfund, Waste management,
  Hazardous materials, Office of Solid Waste and Emergency
  Response.
0555  Guidance on Procedures for Submitting CERCLA
  Section 106(b) Reimbursement Petitions and on EPA
  Review of Those Petitions
  Order Number PB92-963610CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; 29 Jun 92
  The  directive describes the procedures for  submitting a
  CERCLA Section  106(b) petition.  In addition, the  document
  describes EPA's process for reviewing the petitions.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order,  de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
  and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. 21 p.
  Subject Index keywords:  Superfund, Hazardous materials,
  Waste management, Office of Solid Waste and Emergency
  Response.
0556   Guidance Regarding  CERCLA Enforcement against
  Bankrupt Parties
  Order Number PB91-139014CDH,  price: PC A03/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency,  Washington,  DC.  Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response; 24 May 84
  The directive assists the Regions  in developing CERCLA en-
  forcement actions against  bankrupt parties. The guidance is
  intended to  encourage  agressive  enforcement against insol-
  vent parties and ensure national  consistency in current  and
  future bankruptcy cases brought  by the Agency. The guid-
  ance is supplemented by directive no. 9832.7-1 a, which used
  to be directive no. 9832.8,  'Revised Hazardous Waste Bank-
  ruptcy Guidance,' dated May 23, 1986.
  Specifications: See also PB91-139022. 47p.
  Subject index keywords: Superfund, Hazardous  materials,
  Waste  management, Office of Solid Waste and Emergency
  Response.
 0557  Initiation of PRP-Financed Remedial Design in
  Advance of Consent Decree Entry (Final)
  Order Number PB91-139394CDH, price: PC A02/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response; 18 Nov 88
  The directive addresses a process for expediting the  initi-
  ation of response work by potentially responsible  parties  at
  sites where agreements with PRPs have been reached, but
  where  consent decrees have not yet been entered by the
  court.
  Specifications:  8p.
  Subject index keywords: Superfund, Waste management,
   Hazardous materials, Office of Solid Waste and Emergency
   Response.
 0558   Interim Cashout Settlement Procedures
   Order Number PB92-963609CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Waste  Programs  Enforcement; 7 Jan 92
   The directive addresses certain issues related to  Superfund
   cashout settlements. These interim procedures provides ap-
                                                   i
  proaches to resolve certain issues which arose in recent ca-
  shout settlements.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
  and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. 15p.
  Subject index keywords: Superfund,  Waste management,
  Hazardous materials, Office of Solid Waste and Emergency
  Response, Cashout settlements.

0559  Interim CERCLA Settlement Policy
  Order Number PB91-139329CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response; 5  Dec 84
  The directive discusses private party cleanup and contribu-
  tion proposals under CERCLA. It is supplemented by direc-
  tives no. 9835.2 and 9834.2.
  Specifications:  Portions of this document are not fully legi-
  ble. 24p.
  Subject index keywords: Superfund,  Waste management,
  Hazardous materials, Office of Solid Waste and Emergency
  Response.
0560  Interim Guidance on Notice Letters, Negotiations,
  and Information Exchange
  Order Number PB91-139253CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response; 19 Oct 87
  The report provides  guidance to  the Regions on issuing
  notice  letters, entering into negotiations,  and  exchanging in-
  formation with potentially responsible parties. The  guidance
  contains a discussion of the  section  122(e) special notice
  procedures and the subsequent negotiation moratorium.
  Specifications: 43p.
  Subject index keywords: Hazardous materials, Waste treat-
  ment, Liabilities.
0561  Interim Guidance on Potentially  Responsible Party
  Participation in Remedial Investigations and Feasibility
  Studies
  Order Number PB91-139337CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response; 16 May 88
  The directive sets forth  policies and  procedures governing
  potentially responsible party participation in the remedial in-
  vestigations and feasibility studies process, including initiation
  of PRP searches,  PRP notifications, development of agree-
  ments, and oversight of  RI/FS activities. The document su-
  persedes directive  no. 9835.1 'Participation of Potentially Re-
  sponsible Parties  in Development  of RIs and FSs  under
  CERCLA,' dated March 3, 1984.
  Specifications:  Portions of this document are not fully legi-
  ble. 42p.
  Subject index keywords: Superfund, Waste management,
   Hazardous materials, Remedial action, Office of Solid  Waste
  and Emergency Response, Potentially responsible parties.
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 0562  Interim Guidance on Settlements with De Minimis
   Waste Contributors under Section 122(g) of SARA
   Order Number PB91-139196CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Solid Waste and Emergency Response; 19 Jun 87
   The directive provides interim guidance for determining which
   potentially responsible parties qualify for treatment as de
   minimus waste contributors pursuant to section  122(g)(1)(A)
   of the Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization Act of
   1986,  and to present interim  guidelines for settlement  with
   such de minimus parties pursuant to section 122(g) of SARA.
   The directive is superseded by directive  9834.7-1 A 'Interim
   Model CERCLA Section 122(g)(4) De  Minimus Waste Con-
   tributor Consent Decree and  Administrative Order  on  Con-
   sent,' dated October 19, 1987.
   Specifications: 34p.
   Subject index  keywords: Superfund,  Waste management,
   Hazardous materials, Office of Solid Waste and Emerqency
   Response.

0563   Interim Guidance: Streamlining the  CERCLA
   Settlement Decision Process
   Order Number PB91-139386CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington,  DC. Office of
   Solid Waste and Emergency Response; 12 Feb 87 '
   The  directive provides guidance to  streamline and  improve
   the  CERCLA settlement decision process. The guidance ad-
   dresses three areas of settlement process: (1)  negotiation
   preparation, (2)  management review, and  (3) criteria for ter-
   minating or continuing negotiations.  The directive is supple-
   mented by directive no. 9835.4-1 a.
  Specifications:  Portions of this document are not fully legi-
  ble. 15p.

  Subject index keywords:  Superfund, Hazardous materials,
  Waste  management, Office of  Solid Waste and Emergency
  Response.

0564  Interim Guidelines for Preparing Nonbinding
  Preliminary Allocations of Responsibility
  Order Number PB92-102078CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response; 1991
  The directive discusses Section 122(e)(3)  of the Superfund
  Amendments and Reauthorization Act of 1986  (SARA), Pub.
  L. No. 99-499, which amended the Comprehensive Environ-
  mental  Response,  Compensation, and Liability Act of 1980
  (CERCLA), 42 U.S.C. Sections  9601  et seq., which requires
  the  Environmental  Protection  Agency (EPA) to  develop
  guidelines for preparing nonbinding preliminary allocations of
  responsibility (NBARs). As defined in Section 122(e)(3)(A), an
  NBAR is an allocation by EPA among potentially responsible
  parties (PRPs) of percentages of total response costs at a
  facility. SARA authorizes EPA to provide NBARs at its discre-
  tion.  NBARs are  a tool EPA may use  in appropriate cases to
  promote remedial settlements.
  Specifications:  11 p.
  Subject index keywords: Hazardous materials, Superfund
 Waste management, Office  of Solid Waste and Emergency
 Response,  Nonbinding Preliminary Allocations of  Responsi-
 bility.
  0565  Interim Model CERCLA Section 122(g) (4) De
    Minimis Waste Contributor Consent Decree and
    Administrative Order on Consent
    Order Number PB91-139204CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
    Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
    Solid Waste and Emergency Response; 19 Oct 87
    The report provides interim model language to assist the Re-
    gions in drafting de minimi's waste contributor consent de-
    crees and  administrative orders on  consent under section
    122(g)(4) of CERCLA,  as  amended by SARA.  There are
    models attached to the memorandum.
    Specifications: 20p.
    Subject index keywords:  Hazardous materials, Waste dis-
    posal, Law(Jurisprudence), Superfund.

 0566   Interim Policy on Mixed Funding Settlements
    Involving the Preauthorization of States or Political
   Subdivisions
   Order Number PB91-139246CDH, price: PC A02/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Solid Waste and Emergency Response; 27 May 88
   The  report  establishes EPA's  interim policy on  the use of
   mixed funding/preauthorization settlements of States or polit-
   ical subdivisions that are potentially responsible  parties. The
   guidance clarified that States and political  subdivisions are
   eligible to file preauthorization claims against the  Fund when
   they are acting pursuing  to settlement agreement. The direc-
   tive supplements directive  No.  9834.9 'Evaluating  Mixed
   Funding  Agreements  Under CERCLA,' dated October 20
   1987.
   Specifications:  6p.
   Subject index keywords:  Government policies, Financing,
   Waste treatment, Superfund.

 0567  Issuance of Administrative Orders for Immediate
   Removal Actions
   Order Number  PB91-139105CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
   Environmental  Protection Agency, Washington,  DC. Office of
   Solid Waste  and Emergency Response; 21 Feb 84
   The directive sets forth  guidance on issuing  administrative
   orders for immediate removal actions under CERCLA. The
   guidance should be used in conjunction with the recently
   issued 'Guidance on the  Use and Issuance of Administrative
   Orders under Section 106(a) of CERCLA,' dated September
   8, 1983.
   Specifications: Portions of  this document are not fully leqi-
   ble. 15p.
  Subject  index keywords: Superfund, Waste  management,
  Hazardous materials, Remedial action, Office of Solid Waste
  and Emergency Response.

0568  Issuance of Administrative Orders Under Section
  3013 of the Resource  Conservation and Recovery Act
  Order Number PB91-140111CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency  Response; 30 May 86
  Section 17 of the Solid Waste Disposal Act Amendments of
  1980 (P.L 96482) added Section 3013 to the Resource Con-
  servation and Recovery Act  of  1976  (RCRA).  The directive
  provides  guidance on the use of that section  and replaces
  earlier guidance issued September 11, 1981. Under current
  delegation authority Section  3013 Administrative Orders are
  issued by Regional Administrator (RAs) with  the advance
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  concurrence of the Director, Office of Waste Programs En-
  forcement (OWPE) except in cases of national significance
  or multi-regional cases. Then the director, OWPE, issues the
  Orders.  The Assistant Administrator for  Enforcement and
  Compliance  Monitoring (OECM), consults as requested on
  orders, refers Section 3013 judicial actions to the Depart-
  ment of Justice, and sends notices of such actions to the ap-
  propriate RA and the  Director OWPE. Further redelegation is
  currently under review.
  Specifications: 50p.
  Subject Index keywords:  Waste management, Superfund,
  Hazardous materials,  Office of Solid Waste and Emergency
  Response.
0569  Issuance of Final Revised Guidance on the Use and
  Issuance of Administrative Orders Under Section 7003 of
  the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA)
  Order Number PB91-140129CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response; 26 Sep 84
  The directive discusses guidance on the use and issuance of
  Administrative Orders under Section 7003 of RCRA  where
  there is an  emiminent  and substantial  endangerment  to
  public health and the environment. In order to  issue a Sec-
  tion 7003 order, the Administrator  must  possess evidence
  'that the handling, storage, treatment, transportation or dis-
  posal of any solid waste  or hazardous waste may present an
  imminent and substantial endangerment to health or the en-
  vironment' (42 U.S.C. Section 6973). Additionally, Section
  7003 requires that the Administrator provide notice to the af-
  fected State prior to issuance of the order. Each of these re-
  quirements is discussed in the directive.
  Specifications:  25p.
  Subject index keywords: Superfund, Waste management,
  Hazardous materials, Office of Solid Waste and Emergency
  Response.
 0570  Liability of Corporate Shareholders and Successor
  Corporations for Abandoned Sites Under the
  Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation
  and Liability Act
  Order Number PB91-139030CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response; 13 Jun 84
  The directive identifies legal principles bearing  on the extent
   to  which corporate shareholders and successor corporations
   may be held liable for response costs that arise as a result
   of  a release at a hazardous waste facility.
   Specifications: 20p.
   Subject index keywords: Superfund, Waste  management,
   Hazardous materials, Remedial action, Office of Solid Waste
   and Emergency Response.
 0571 Limiting Lead Transfers to Private Parties during
   Discrete Phases of  the Remedial Process
   Order Number PB92-963602CDH, price: PC A01/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Waste Programs Enforcement; 14 Nov 91
   In order to avoid delays  caused  by remedial process lead
   changes from EPA  to  private parties, this directive  recom-
   mends to Regions that they avoid letting PRPs assume the
   lead In the middle of a discrete phase of the process (e.g.,
   RI/FS,  RD, or RA), and  take preemptive steps to avoid
   delays when making lead  changes between the RD and RA.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
  and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
  paper copy or microfiche. 5p.
  Subject index keywords;: Superfund,  Waste management,
  Hazardous materials, Office of Solid Waste and Emergency
  Response.

0572  Methodologies for Implementation of CERCLA
  Section 122(g) (1) (A) De Minimis Waste Contributor
  Settlements Proposals and Agreements
  Order Number PB91-139212CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response; 20 Dec 89
  The report provides assistance to the Regional case staff in
  the evaluation  and development of de  minimis contributor
  settlement proposals and agreements. The  methodologies
  presented are general suggestions, recognizing the site-spe-
  cific aspects of each site.
  Specifications: 26p.
  Subject index keywords: Hazardous wastes, Waste dispos-
  al, Waste treatment, Superfund.

0573  Methodology for Early De Minimis Waste
  Contributor Settlements under CERCLA Section 122(g)
  (1) (A)
  Order Number PB92-963607CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
  Environmental  Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; 2 Jun 92
  The directive sets forth procedures for identifying early de
  minimis candidates for potential de minimis settlements early
  in the  response process (for example, prior to the signature
  of a Record of Decision), and provides a methodology for
  developing such settlements. The report also provides practi-
  cal assistance in developing early de minimis  settlement pro-
  posals and  agreements.  It supplements OSWER Directive
  9847.7-1 B  'Methodologies for Implementation of CERCLA
  Section 122(g)(1)(A) De  Minimis Waste  Contributor Settle-
  ments', dated December 20, 1989.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
  posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
  and Mexico; all others $400).  Single copies also available in
  paper  copy or microfiche.  See also PB91-139212. 22p.
  Subject index keywords: Superfund, Waste management,
   Hazardous materials, Office of Solid Waste and  Emergency
   Response.

 0574  Model Administrative Order on  Consent for
   Removal Actions
   Order Number PB93-963605CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Solid Waste and Emergency Response; Mar 93
   The model  order on consent for removal actions embodies
   the language  that EPA regional offices should use when is-
   suing  removal administrative orders on consent.
   Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
   posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
   and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
   paper copy or microfiche. 29p.
   Subject index keywords: Hazardous materials, Waste man-
   agement, Remedial action, Superfund, Record of Decision,
   Waste removal.

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 0575  Model Informational Notice Letter to Local
   Governments
   Order Number PB91-187013CDH, price: PC A02/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Solid Waste and Emergency Response; 7 May 91
   The directive  is a model letter which will be used to  notify
   local governments of EPA's activities which will take  place
   within their jurisdiction at a Superfund site.
   Specifications:  8p.
   Subject index keywords:  Local government, Superfund, No-
   tification procedures,  Waste  management, Office  of  Solid
   Waste and Emergency Response.

 0576  Model Litigation Report for CERCLA Sections 106
   and 107 and RCRA Section 7003
   Order Number PB91-139451CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Solid Waste and Emergency Response; 21  Jun 89
   The directive supplements previous Agency guidance entitled
   'Model Litigation Report  Outline and  Guidance'  (OECM,
   August 23, 1984), which addressed the preparation of  a liti-
   gation package under most statutes, but  excluded, among
   others, packages to be prepared for prosecution of civil judi-
   cial actions under CERCLA Sections 106 and 107 and RCRA
   Section 7003.  The model is intended for use in  all civil judi-
   cial cases referred to the Department of Justice for prosecu-
   tion  under CERCLA Sections 106 and 107 and  RCRA  Sec-
   tion  7003. For those actions referred in conjunction with  a
   settlement, a full litigation report is  not required. The docu-
   ment also does not specifically address preparation of litiga-
   tion  reports  for prosecution  of  penalty  actions under
   CERCLA Sections 106(b), 109 or 122(1), although many sec-
   tions of the document may be applicable to the preparation
   of such litigation reports.
   Specifications: 47p.
   Subject index keywords:  Superfund, Waste  management,
   Hazardous  materials, Lawsuits, Office of Solid  Waste and
   Emergency Response.

0577  Model Notice Letters
   Order Number  PB91-139279CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Solid Waste and Emergency Response; 2 Jul 89
  The report includes the model notice letters to  be  used in
  preparing site-specific  notice letters  to PRP's.  The letters
  notify Potential responsible parties of their potential CERCLA
  liability.
  Specifications: 41 p.
  Subject index  keywords: Hazardous materials, Waste treat-
  ment, Liabilities.

0578  Model Statement of Work for a Remedial
  Investigation and Feasibility Study Conducted by
  Potentially Responsible Parties
  Order Number PB91-139436CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC: Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response; 2 Jun 89
  The directive provides potentially responsible parties with di-
  rection  in performing tasks that are required to successfully
  complete a  remedial investigation  and feasibility  study.  The
  model statement of work is used in conjunction with OERR's
  October 1988 RI/FS guidance, and closely follows the model
  RI/FS administrative order on consent. The directive supple-
  ments directive  no. 9355.3-01.
   Specifications: 35p.
   Subject index keywords: Superfund, Waste  management,
   Hazardous materials, Remedial action, Office of Solid Waste
   and Emergency Response, Potentially responsible parties.

 0579  Model Unilateral Administrative Order for Removal
   Response Activities
   Order Number PB93-963606CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Solid Waste and Emergency Response; Mar 93
   The directive embodies the language that EPA regional of-
   fices should use when issuing removal unilateral administra-
   tive orders.
   Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
   posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
   and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also available in
   paper copy or microfiche. 23p.
   Subject index keywords:  Hazardous materials, Waste man-
   agement, Superfund, Waste removal.

 0580  Model Unilateral Order for Remedial Design and
   Remedial Action
   Order  Number PB91-139097CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Solid Waste and Emergency Response; 30 Mar 90
   The directive establishes a model order for remedial design
   and remedial action. The purpose of the model  is to improve
   the quality of remedial actions performed by private parties,
   promote consistency among the Regions, and to expedite
   potentially  responsible  parties  (PRP)-lead  cleanups  at
   CERCLA sites.  The  directive  supplements  directive  no.
   9833.0-1 (a) entitled, 'Guidance on CERCLA 106(a) Unilateral
   Administrative Orders  for Remedial Designs and Remedial
   Actions,' dated March 13, 1990.
   Specifications:  See also PB91-139089. 49p.
   Subject index keywords:  Superfund, Waste management,
   Hazardous materials, Office of Solid Waste and Emergency
   Response.

0581   Multi-Media Settlements of Enforcement  Claims
   Order Number PB91-139808CDH, price: PC A02/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Solid Waste and Emergency Response; 6 Feb 90
  The directive explains EPA policy disfavoring judicial and ad-
   ministrative  settlements which  include  releases of  potential
  enforcement claims.
  Specifications:  9p.
  Subject index keywords:  Superfund,  Waste management,
  Hazardous materials, Office of Solid Waste and Emergency
  Response.

0582  Multi-Media Settlements of Enforcement Claims
  Order Number PB92-102136CDH, price: PC A02/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response; 6 Feb 90
  The purpose of the directive is to provide guidance which ex-
  plains (1) EPA policy strongly disfavoring judicial and admin-
  istrative settlements of enforcement cases which include re-
  leases of potential enforcement claims  under statutes which
  are  not named in the complaint and do  not serve as the
  basis for the Agency bringing the enforcement action, and
  (2) how approval for any multi-media settlements of enforce-
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  merit claims should be obtained in civil judicial enforcement
  cases in the Region and at Headquarters.
  Specifications:  7p.
  Subject index keywords: Hazardous  materials, Superfund,
  Waste management, Office of Solid Waste and  Emergency
  Response.

0583  Municipal Settlements
  Order Number PB91-139311CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response; 6 Dec 89
  The directive establishes EPA's interim policy on settlements
  involving municipal waste.
  Specifications: 39p.
  Subject index keywords: Superfund, Waste management,
  Municipal  wastes,  Remedial  action,  Municipal  Settlement
  Policy, Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response.

0584  Policy for Enforcement Actions  against
  Transporters under CERCLA
  Order Number PB91-138859CDH, price: PC A02/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response; 23 Dec 85
  The directive defines parties which are  liable for  response
  costs under section 107(A)(4) of CERCLA, including persons
  who transport hazardous substances to disposal or treatment
  facilities.
  Specifications: See also PB91-138867. 8p.
  Subject Index keywords: Superfund, Waste management,
  Hazardous materials, Office  of Solid Waste and Emergency
  Response.
0585   Policy on Recovering Indirect Cost in CERCLA
  Section 107 Cost Recovery Actions
  Order Number PB91-138990CDH, price: PC A02/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC.  Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response; 27 Jun 86
  The directive clarifies EPA's policy regarding the recovery of
  indirect costs in CERCLA cost recovery  actions, stating that
  the decision whether to seek indirect costs in existing cases
  will be made by the Regions after consultation with the De-
  partment of Justice and with the concurrence of EPA's Office
  of Enforcement Compliance and Monitoring and  Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement.
  Specifications: 7p.
  Subject index keywords: Superfund, Waste management,
  Hazardous materials, Office of Solid Waste and Emergency
  Response.
 0586  Policy Towards Owners of Residential Property at
  Superfund Sites
  Order Number PB91-205476CDH, price: PC A02/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; 3 Jul 91
  The directive sets forth The Agency's enforcement policy to-
  wards owners of residential  property located  on a Superfund
  Site. Under this policy the Agency, in the exercise of enforce-
   ment discretion will  not pursue owners of residential property
  for performance  of  a  response  action or payment of re-
   sponse costs. This policy does not apply where the  owners'
   activities lead to a release or threat of release of hazardous
   substances,  resulting in the taking of a response action at
   the site. This policy does not apply where the owner fails to
   cooperate with the Agency's response action, fails to cooper-
  ate with institutional controls places on the property, fails to
 .meet other CERCLA obligations, or uses the residential prop-
  erty inconsistent with residential use.
  Specifications: 10p.
  Subject  index keywords: Superfund,  Waste management,
  Hazardous materials, Office of Solid Waste and Emergency
  Response.
0587  Policy Towards Owners of Residential Property at
  Superfund Sites
  Order Number PB92-963615CDH, price: PC A01/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; 1992
  The  document summarizes the  US  EPA  policy towards
  owners of residential property at Superfund Sites. The policy
  addresses concerns raised by owners of residential property
  located on Superfund sites and provides Regions with a na-
  tionally consistent approach on the issue. The guidance sets
  forth in writing what has been the Agency's past practice to-
  wards owners of residential property located on Superfund
  sites.
  Specifications:  Available  on  Standing Order,  deposit ac-
  count required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada, and
  Mexico;  all others  $400).  Single copies  also  available  in
  paper copy or microfiche. See also PB91-205476. 4p.
  Subject  index  keywords:  Hazardous materials,  Property
  owners,  Residential buildings, Government policies.

0588   Preparation of Hazardous Waste Referrals
  Order Number PB91-139543CDH, price: PC A02/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response; 30 Jul 85
  The directive discusses experience with the implementation
  of the Case Management Handbook. It indicates that filing by
  the Department of Justice has been delayed in  some cases
  by specific problems (as listed in the directive).
  Specifications: 8p.
  Subject  index keywords:  Superfund, Waste management,
  Hazardous materials, Office of Solid Waste and Emergency
  Response.
0589  Procedural Guidance on Treatment of Insurers
  under CERCLA
  Order Number PB91-139188CDH, price: PC A05/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response; 21 Nov 85
  The report provides EPA Regional offices with the appropri-
  ate procedures to follow in issuing notice letters, developing
  referrals, and tracking CERCLA enforcement cases that may
  include insurers as third-party defendants.
  Specifications: 76p.
  Subject index keywords: Hazardous materials, Waste dis-
  posal, Law enforcement, Case studies.
 0590  Procedures for Documenting Costs for CERCLA
  Section 107 Actions
  Order Number PB91-138958CDH, price: PC A06/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response; 30 Jan 85
  The  directive sets  forth  the procedures  for  documenting
   costs for CERCLA section  107 cost recovery actions.  These
   procedures  require the close cooperation and coordination
   among  Headquarters and Regional program, legal, and finan-

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   cial offices. The procedures manual should be used in con-
   junction with the Case  Development Handbook. The  guid-
   ance supplements directive no. 9832.0, and replaces direc-
   tive no. 9832.4  by  number  only;  the document  has not
   changed.
   Specifications:  See also PB91 -138941. 125p.
   Subject index keywords: Superfund,  Waste management,
   Hazardous materials, Office of Solid Waste and Emerqencv
   Response.

 0591  Procedures for Transmittal of CERCLA and RCRA
   Civil Judicial Enforcement Case Packages to
   Headquarters
   Order Number PB91-139774CDH, price: PC A02/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Solid Waste and Emergency Response;  12 Jun 89
   The directive clarifies which CERCLA and RCRA referral and
   settlement  documents are to be sent to whom at Headquar-
   ters. The directive supplements directive no. 9891.1 'Expand-
   ed Civil Judicial Referral Procedures,' dated August 28, 1986.
   Specifications: See  also PB91-139766. 6p.
   Subject index  keywords: Superfund, Waste management,
   Hazardous  materials,  Office of Solid Waste and Emerqencv
   Response.

 0592  PRP Search Supplemental Guidance  for Sites in the
   Superfund Remedial Program
   Order Number PB91-139162CDH, price:  PC  A03/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Emergency and Remedial Response; 16 Jun 89
   The  purpose of the document  is to provide guidance on po-
   tentially responsible parties (PRP) search planning and man-
   agement and on  the content  of PRP  search reports.  The
   guidance applies to sites in the remedial program and it  sup-
   plements the August, 1987 PRP Search Manual.
   Specifications:  38p.
   Subject index keywords: Superfund, Waste management,
   Hazardous  materials,  Office of Solid Waste and  Emerqencv
   Response.

 0593  Redelegation of Civil Judicial Settlement Authorities
   under Delegation 14-13-B and 14-14-E
   Order Number PB91-138834CDH, price: PC A02/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Emergency  and Remedial Response; 18 Aug 88
  The document  is composed of redelegations and consulta-
  tion on judicial settlements and  de minimis settlements to Di-
  rector of the Office of Waste Programs, from AA/OSWER.
  Specifications:  9p.
  Subject  index keywords: Refuse disposal,  Penalties, Office
  of  Solid  Waste and Emergency  Response, Comprehensive
  Environment Response Compensation and Liability Act.
0594  Releasing Identities of Potentially Responsible
  Parties in Response to FOIA Requests
  Order Number PB91-139147CDH, price: PC A02/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response; 26 Jan 84
  The directive provides  EPA policy on responding to requests
  under the Freedom of  Information Act (FOIA) for the  names
  of potentially responsible  parties  at CERCLA sites, and  ex-
  plains exceptions. The  guidance states that in response to a
  FOIA request, EPA will release the names of PRPs who have
  received  notice letters about CERCLA sites.
   Specifications: 7p.
   Subject index keywords: Superfund,  Hazardous materials,
   Waste management, Office of Solid Waste and  Emergency
   Response.

 0595  Releasing Information to Potentially Responsible
   Parties at CERCLA Sites
   Order Number PB91-139469CDH, price: PC A02/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Solid Waste and Emergency Response; 1 Mar 90
   The  directive presents Agency policy on releasing informa-
   tion,  for the purpose of facilitating settlement, to potentially
   responsible parties (PRP) at sites addressed under CERCLA.
   The directive partially supersedes directive no. 9835.0 'Inter-
   im CERCLA Settlement Policy' and supplements directive no.
   9834.0 'Releasing Identities of PRPs in Response to Free-
   dom  of Information Act Requests' and directive no. 9834.10
   'Interim Guidance on Notice Letters, Negotiations and Infor-
   mation Exchange,' dated October 19, 1987.
   Specifications:  9p.
   Subject index  keywords: Superfund, Waste management,
   Hazardous materials, Off ice-of Solid Waste  and Emergency
   Response.

 0596  Report to Congress: Settlements with Municipal
   Waste Generators and Transporters Since 1991 under
   the Comprehensive Environmental Response,
   Compensation, and Liability Act of 1980
   Order Number PB93-963604CDH, price:  PC A02/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Solid  Waste and Emergency Response; 12 Mar 93
   The report to Congress summarizes the status of completed
   settlements and ongoing negotiations with municipal genera-
   tors and transporters of municipal solid waste and municipal
   sewage sludge under the Comprehensive Environmental Re-
   sponse, Compensation, and Liability Act of 1980 since 1991.
   Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
   posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
   and Mexico; all others $400).  Single copies also available in
   paper copy or microfiche. 9p.
   Subject index keywords: Municipal wastes,  Hazardous ma-
   terials transportation, Waste management, Sewage sludge,
   Superfund, Settlements.

0597 Revised EPA Guidance on Parallel Proceedings
   Order Number PB91-139667CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
   Environmental Protection  Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Solid Waste and Emergency Response; 21 Jun 89
   The directive provides guidance on simultaneous  pursuit of
   criminal prosecutions and civil, judicial, or Agency administra-
   tive actions.
  Specifications:  Portions of this document are not fully legi-
   ble. 27p.
  Subject index keywords: Waste management, Superfund,
  Hazardous materials, Office of Solid Waste and Emergency
  Response.

0598  Revised Hazardous Waste Bankruptcy Guidance
  Order  Number PB91-139022CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC.  Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response; 23 May 86
  The directive  supplements the  May 24, 1984,  guidance
  'CERCLA Enforcement Against Bankrupt  Parties' and  the
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  guidelines  on bankruptcy contained in the Cost Recovery
  Handbook 'Procedures for Documenting Costs for CERCLA
  Section 107 Actions,' directive no. 9832.7, dated January 30,
  1985. The memorandum defines specific criteria for evaluat-
  ing the merits of a potential bankruptcy referral  and elabo-
  rates  on the policy regarding settlement with bankrupt par-
  ties.  It reviews the recent judicial decisions in the areas of
  the automatic stay, abandonment, discharge, and claims of
  administrative expenses, and briefly describes the new en-
  forcement theories that have been asserted by the Agency in
  recent pleadings.
  Specifications:  See also PB91-139014. 28p.
  Subject index keywords: Superfund, Waste management,
  Hazardous materials,  Office of Solid Waste and  Emergency
  Response.
0599   Revised Hazardous Waste Bankruptcy Guidance,
  October 7,1991
  Order Number PB92-105485CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
  Corvallis Environmental  Research Lab., OR; 7 Oct 91
  The  Agency's recent experience in  CERCLA  and RCRA
  bankruptcy actions has identified the need for updated and
  revised guidance on the scope of EPA's enforcement actions
  against bankrupt parties. The directive is intended to update
  the May 24, 1984 guidance 'CERCLA  Enforcement  Against
  Bankrupt Parties' and the guidelines on bankruptcy contained
  in the Cost Recovery Handbook 'Procedures for  Document-
  ing Costs for CERCLA Section  107  Actions,' January 30,
  1985. The memorandum defines specific criteria for evaluat-
  ing the  merits of a potential bankruptcy referral; elaborates
  on the policy regarding settlement with bankrupt  parties; re-
  views the recent judicial decisions in the areas of the  auto-
  matic stay, abandonment, discharge, and claims of adminis-
  trative expenses; and briefly describes how new enforcement
  theories which have been asserted by  the Agency in recent
  pleadings.
  Specifications:  Supersedes PB91-139022. 25p.
  Subject index  keywords: Superfund,  Waste management,
  Hazardous materials, Office of Solid Waste and  Emergency
  Response.
 0600   Revised Policy on Discretionary Information
  Release under CERCLA
  Order Number PB93-963610CDH, price: PC A01/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response; 31 Mar 93
  The  memorandum revises  OSWER  Directive 9835.12, Re-
  leasing Information  to  Potentially Responsible Parties  of
  CERCLA  Sites, with the intention of streamlining and expedit-
  ing the CERCLA settlement process.
  Specifications: Paper copy available on Standing Order, de-
   posit account required (minimum deposit $200 U.S.,  Canada,
   and Mexico; all others  $400). Single copies also  available in
   paper copy or microfiche. See also PB91-139469. 3p.
   Subject index keywords: Superfund, Waste management,
   Potentially responsible parties.
 0601   Revised Procedures for Implementing Off-Site
   Response Actions
   Order Number PB91-139287CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Solid Waste and Emergency Response; 13 Nov 87
   The directive describes procedures that should  be observed
   when a response action under CERCLA or section 7003 of
  RCRA involves the off-site treatment, storage, or disposal of
  CERCLA  waste.  The  directive  supersedes directive  no.
  9300.2-5 'Procedures for Planning and Implementing Off-site
  Response Actions,' directive no. 9330.2-6 'Eligibility of Facili-
  ties in Assessment Monitoring,' and directive no.  9830.2-1
  'Procedures for Planning and Implementing  Off-site  Re-
  sponse Actions under CERCLA,' dated May 6, 1985.
  Specifications: 25p.
  Subject  index keywords: Superfund,  Waste management,
  Hazardous materials, Office of Solid Waste and Emergency
  Response.
0602  Revision of CERCLA Civil Judicial Settlement
  Authorities under Delegations 14-13-B and 14-14-E
  Order Number PB91-138818CDH, price: PC A02/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Emergency and Remedial Response; 17 Jun 88
  The directive  implements  revisions to  the consultation and
  concurrence requirements of the civil judicial settlement dele-
  gations,  which are designed to streamline the  enforcement
  process  and help achieve Agency remedial  action and  cost
  recovery goals. These revisions expand Regional authority to
  approve CERCLA  settlements. The directive supplements  a
  portion of directive No. 9012.10 'Redelegation of Authority
  Under CERCLA and SARA,' dated May 25, 1988.
  Specifications: 8p.
  Subject index keywords: Refuse disposal, Penalties, Office
  of Solid Waste and Emergency  Response,  Comprehensive
  Environment Response Compensation and Liability Act.

0603  Revisions to the Interim Guidance on PRP
  Participation in Remedial Investigations and Feasibility
  Studies
  Order Number PB91-139352CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response; 7 Feb 89
  The directive sets forth  policies and procedures governing
  potentially responsible party participation  in  the remedial in-
  vestigations and feasibility studies process, including initiation
  of PRP searches, PRP notification, development  of agree-
  ments and oversight of RI/FS activities. The directive super-
  sedes directive no. 9835.1 'Participation of PRPs in Develop-
  ment of RIs and  FSs under CERCLA'  and  directive no.
  9355.3-01 'Guidance on RI/FS.'
  Specifications: Portions of this document are  not fully legi-
  ble. 42p.
  Subject  index keywords: Superfund,  Waste management,
  Hazardous materials, Office of Solid Waste and Emergency
  Response.
 0604  Roles and Responsibilities of Regional Project
  Officers and Headquarters Zone Project Officers for
  Management of TES (TIES 50) Contracts
  Order Number PB91-139758CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Solid Waste and Emergency Response; 3 Mar 89
  The directive defines the roles and responsibilities of Region-
  al Project Officers (RPO) and  Headquarters  Zone Project Of-
  ficers (ZPO)  managing and administering the Technical En-
  forcement Support (TES) Contracts, six of which were award-
   ed in the second quarter, FY89. These contracts are referred
  to collectively as TES 5—. The directive no. 9871.0, dated
   February 17, 1989, which describes duties and  responsibil-
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   ities of Regional Project Officers and Work Assignment Man-
   agers  under TES 3 and 4 remains in effect with respect to
   those contracts.
   Specifications:  See also PB91-139741. 26p.
   Subject  index keywords: Superfund, Waste management,
   Hazardous materials, Office of Solid Waste  and Emergency
   Response.

 0605  Scope of the CERCLA Petroleum Exclusion under
   Sections 101(14) and 104(a)(2)
   Order Number PB91-139550CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Solid Waste and Emergency Response; 31 Jul 87
   The directive discusses whether contaminants in used oil or
   any other petroleum substances are within the petroleum  ex-
   clusion.
   Specifications:  15p.
   Subject  index  keywords: Superfund,  Waste management
   Hazardous materials, Office of Solid Waste and Emergency
   Response.

 0606  Site Classification Changes from Enforcement to
   Fund Lead
   Order Number PB91-139600CDH,  price: PC A02/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency,  Washington, DC. Office  of
   Solid Waste and Emergency Response; 5 May 87
   The directive explains to the Regions the circumstances and
   procedures to follow for changing National Priorities List site
  classification from enforcement to Fund Lead. The directive
  supplements  directive no. 9200.3-1  'FY 1987 Superfund
  SCAP Manual,' dated September 30, 1987.
  Specifications: 7p.
  Subject index keywords: Superfund, Waste management,
  Hazardous materials, Office of Solid Waste  and Emergency
  Response.

0607  Site  Enforcement Tracking System  (SETS):
  Frequency by Party Name Report
  Order Number PB90-242868CDH, price: PC A06/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; 2 Aug 90
  When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive Environmental Response, Compensation and  Liabil-
  ity Act) site, EPA must conduct a search to  identify  parties
  with potential  financial responsibility for remediation  of un-
  controlled  hazardous waste  sites. EPA regional Superfund
  Waste Management Staff issue a  notice letter to the poten-
  tially responsible party (PRP). Data from this  notice letter is
  used to form the Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS).
  The data  includes PRP name and address, a company con-
  tact person, the  date the notice was issued, and the related
  CERCLA  site  name and identification number. SETS was
  created to track PRP identification  at both  NPL (National Pri-
  ority List)  and non-NPL sites.  SETS does not address the
  range of other administrative duties related  to tracking the
  PRP. These lists (updated quarterly) represent EPA's prelimi-
  nary findings on the identities of potentially responsible par-
  ties. Inclusion on these lists does not constitute a final deter-
  mination concerning the liability  of any party for the hazard  or
  contamination  at any CERCLA  site. The frequency  listing  is
  arranged in the following manner.  The number of sites  asso-
  ciated with the party is indicated in  the site's column. The
  first two characters of the site ID number constitute the state
  abbreviation of the site location.
   Specifications:  119p.
   Subject index keywords: Hazardous materials, Waste dis-
   posal, Coordinated procurement, Site Enforcement Tracking
   System, Superfund, Remedial action.

 0608  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS):
   Frequency by Party Name Report
   Order Number PB91-130518CDH, price: PC A06/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Waste Programs Enforcement; 19 Dec 90
   When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
   hensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liabil-
   ity Act) site, EPA must conduct a search  to identify parties
   with potential financial  responsibility for remediation of un-
   controlled hazardous waste sites. EPA regional Superfund
   Waste Management Staff issue a notice letter to the poten-
   tially responsible party (PRP). Data from this notice letter is
   used to form the Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS).
   This data includes PRP name and address, a company con-
   tact person, the date the notice was issued, and the related
   CERCLA site name  and  identification  number. SETS was
   created to track PRP identification at both NPL (National Pri-
   ority List)  and non-NPL sites. SETS does not address the
   range of other administrative duties  related to tracking the
   PRP.
  Specifications: Supersedes PB90-242868. 123p.
  Subject index keywords:  Hazardous materials, Waste dis-
  posal, Coordinated procurement, Directories, Site  Enforce-
  ment  Tracking System,  Superfund, Remedial action, Poten-
  tially responsible parties.

0609  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS):
  Frequency by Party Name Report
  Order Number PB91-170423CDH, price: PC A07/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; 5 Apr 91
  When  expending  Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive  Environmental Response, Compensation and Liabil-
  ity Act) site, EPA must conduct a search to identify parties
  with potential  financial responsibility for  remediation of un-
  controlled  hazardous  waste sites.  EPA regional Superfund
  Waste Management Staff issued a notice letter to the poten-
  tially responsible party (PRP). Data from  this notice letter is
  used to form the Site  Enforcement Tracking System (SETS).
  This data includes PRP name and address, a company con-
  tact person, the date the notice was issued, and the related
  CERCLA site  name  and identification number.  SETS was
  created to track PRP identification at both NPL (National Pri-
  ority List) and non-NPL  sites. SETS  does  not address the
  range  of other administrative duties related to tracking the
  PRP.  The  frequency  listing is  arranged  in  the following
  manner. The number of sites associated with the party is in-
  dicated in the  site's column. The first two characters of the
  site ID number constitute the state abbreviation  of  the site
  location.
  Specifications: Supersedes PB91-130518.  142p.
  Subject index keywords: Hazardous materials,  Waste dis-
  posal,  Superfund, Notification procedures,  Directories, Site
  Enforcement Tracking System, Potentially  responsible par-
  ties.
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PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION: Enforcement
0610  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS):
  Frequency by PRP Name Report, September 26, 1991
  Order Number PB92-105345CDH, price: PC A08
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; 26 Sep 91
  When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liabil-
  ity Act)  site, EPA must conduct a search to identify parties
  with potential financial  responsibility for remediation of un-
  controlled hazardous waste sites. EPA regional Superfund
  Waste Management Staff issue a notice letter to the poten-
  tially responsible party (PRP). Data from the notice letter  is
  used to form  the Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS).
  The data includes PRP name  and address, a company con-
  tact person, the date the notice was issued, and the related
  CERCLA site name  and identification number. SETS  was
  created to track PRP identification at both NPL (National Pri-
  ority List) and non-NPL sites. SETS does  not  address the
  range of other administrtive duties related  to  tracking the
  PRP.  The  frequency listing  is arranged  in the following
  manner. The  number of sites associated with the party is in-
  dicated  in the site's column. The first two characters of the
  site ID  number constitute the state abbreviation of the site
  location,
  Specifications: Supersedes PB91-215186. 170p.
  Subject index keywords: Superfund, Waste disposal, Direc-
  tories,  Hazardous  materials,  Site  Enforcement  Tracking
  System, Potentially responsible parties, US EPA Regions  1-
  10.
 0611  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS) (National)
  Order Number PB90-591790CDH, price: Subscription, call for
  price
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; 31 Jul 90
  When expending  Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liabil-
  ity Act) site,  EPA must  conduct a search to identify parties
  with potential financial responsibility for remediation of un-
  controlled  hazardous waste sites.  EPA  regional  Superfund
  Waste  Management  Staff issue a notice letter to the poten-
  tially  responsible  party (PRP). Data from this notice letter is
  used to form the Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS).
  This data includes PRP name and address, a company con-
  tact person,  the date the notice was issued, and the related
  CERCLA site name and  identification  number. SETS was
  created by EPA to track PRP identification  at both NPL (Na-
  tional Priority List) and  non-NPL sites. SETS does not ad-
  dress the range of other administrative duties  related  to
  tracking the  PRP. These lists represent EPA's preliminary
  findings on the  identities of PRPs. Inclusion on  these lists
  does not constitute  a final determination concerning the li-
  ability of any party for  the hazard or contamination at any
  CERCLA site.
  Specifications:  Available in 9-track EBCDIC character set,
   1600  bpi. Available on  subscription,  U.S.,  Canada and
   Mexico price $880.00/year; all others  $1760.00/year. Also
   available on demand as PB90-591791, price T02 for either
   1600 or 6250 bpi. Issued quarterly. System: IBM  3090; ESA
   3.1.3 operating system. For system on diskette,  see PB90-
   591780.
  Subject index keywords: Data file,  Hazardous materials,
  Superfund, Remedial action, Regional  analysis, Waste man-
  agement.
0612  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): National
  Alphabetical Report by PRP Name, September 26, 1991
  Order Number PB92-105360CDH, price: Call for price
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; 26 Sep  91
  When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive Environmental Response, Compensation  and Liabil-
  ity Act)  site, EPA must  conduct a  search to identify parties
  with  potential financial responsibility for remediation of un-
  controlled  hazardous waste sites.  EPA regional  Superfund
  Waste Management Staff  issue a notice letter to  the poten-
  tially responsible party (PRP). Data from the notice letter is
  used to form the Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS).
  The data includes PRP  name and address, a company con-
  tact person, the date the notice was issued,  and the related
  CERCLA site name  and  identification number. SETS was
  created to track PRP identification at both NPL (National Pri-
  ority List)  and non-NPL sites. SETS  does not address the
  range of other administrative duties related  to tracking the
  PRP.
  Specifications: Supersedes PB91-215160. 3746p.
  Subject index keywords: Hazardous materials,  Waste dis-
  posal, Superfund, Remedial action, Directories, Potentially re-
  sponsible parties, Site Enforcement Tracking System.

 0613  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS) (National)
  (for Microcomputers)
  Order Number PB90-591780CDH, price: Subscription, call for
  price
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; 31  Jul 90
  When expending  Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive Environmental  Response,  Compensation and Liabil-
  ity Act) site, EPA must conduct a search  to identify parties
  with potential financial  responsibility  for remediation of un-
  controlled  hazardous waste sites. EPA regional Superfund
  Waste Management Staff issue a notice letter to the poteh-
  tially  responsible  party  (PRP). Data from this notice letter is
  used to form the Site Enforcement Tracking  System (SETS).
  This data includes PRP name and address, a company con-
  tact person, the date the  notice was issued, and the related
  CERCLA  site name and  identification  number.  SETS was
  created by EPA  to track PRP identification at both NPL (Na-
  tional Priority List) and non-NPL sites. SETS  does not ad-
  dress the  range of other administrative  duties related  to
  tracking the  PRP. These lists represent  EPA's preliminary
  findings on the  identities  of PRPs. Inclusion on these lists
  does not constitute a final determination  concerning the li-
  ability of any party for the hazard or contamination at any
  CERCLA site.
  Specifications:  The datafile is contained on twelve 1.2M, 5
   1 /4 inch diskettes, high density. File format:  ASCII. Available
   on subscription,  U.S.,  Canada and  Mexico price  $920.00/
  year;  price for  others $1840.00/year.  Also available on
   demand as PB90-591781  for DOS. Issued quarterly. System:
   IBM  PC/AT;  MS DOS  3.3  operating system,  640K. For
   system on magnetic tape, see PB90-591790. 12 diskettes.
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                                                                     PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION: Enforcement
   Subject index keywords: Data file,  Hazardous materials,
   Superfund, Remedial action, Regional  analysis, Waste man-
   agement.

 0614  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): National
   Frequency by PRP Name Report
   Order Number PB92-173103CDH, price:
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington,  DC. Office of
   Waste Programs Enforcement; Apr 92
   When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
   hensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liabil-
   ity Act) site, EPA must conduct a search  to identify parties
   with potential financial  responsibility for remediation of un-
   controlled hazardous waste  sites. EPA regional Superfund
   Waste Management Staff issue a notice letter  to the poten-
 ,  tially responsible party (PRP). Data from the notice  letter is
   used to form the Site Enforcement Tracking System  (SETS).
   The data includes PRP name and address, a company con-
   tact person, the date the notice was issued, and the related
   CERCLA site name  and  identification  number.  SETS was
   created to track PRP identification at both NPL (National Pri-
   orities List) and non-NPL sites. SETS does not address the
   range of other administrative duties  related to tracking the
   PRP. These lists (updated quarterly) represent EPA's prelimi-
   nary findings on the identities of potentially responsible par-
   ties. The site  report is designed to provide PRP information
   linked by the associated site,  which appears according to the
  state where the site is located.
  Specifications: Supersedes PB92-139526. 184p.
  Subject index keywords:  Superfund,  Hazardous materials,
 . Waste disposal, Coordinated  procurement, Remedial action,
  Directories, Site  Enforcement Tracking System, Potentially
  responsible parties.

0615  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): National
  PRP Listing Alphabetically by PRP Name
  Order Number PB92-173095CDH, price: Call for price
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; Apr 92
  When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive  Environmental Response, Compensation and Liabil-
  ity Act) site, EPA must conduct a search to identify parties
  with potential  financial responsibility for remediation of  un-
,  controlled  hazardous waste sites.  EPA regional Superfund
  Waste Management Staff issue a notice letter to the poten-
  tially responsible  party (PRP). Data from the notice letter is
  used to form the Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS).
  The data includes PRP name and address, a company con-
  tact person, the date the notice was issued, and the  related
  CERCLA  site  name and identification  number. SETS was
  created to track PRP identification at both NPL (National Pri-
  orities  List) and non-NPL sites. SETS does not address the
  range of other administrative duties related to  tracking the
  PRP. These lists (updated quarterly) represent EPA's prelimi-
  nary findings on the identities of potentially responsible par-
  ties. The site report is designed to provide PRP information
  linked by the associated site, which appears according to the
  state where the site is located.
  Specifications: Supersedes PB92-139518. 4770p.
  Subject  index keywords: Superfund,  Hazardous materials,
 Waste disposal, Coordinated procurement, Remedial  action,
  Directories, Site Enforcement Tracking System,  Potentially
 responsible parties.
 0616  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): National
   PRP Listing Alphabetically by PRP Name
   Order Number PB92-220136CDH, price: Call for price
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Waste Programs Enforcement; Jul 92
   When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
   hensive  Environmental Response, Compensation and Liabil-
   ity Act) site, EPA must conduct a search to identify parties
   with potential  financial responsibility for remediation of un-
   controlled hazardous waste sites.  EPA regional Superfund
   Waste Management Staff issue a notice letter to the poten-
   tially responsible party (PRP).  Data from the notice letter is
   used to form the Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS).
   The data includes PRP name and address, a company con-
   tact person, the date the notice was issued, and the related
   CERCLA site  name and identification  number. SETS was
 .  created to track PRP identification at both NPL (National Pri-
   ority List) and non-NPL sites.
   Specifications: Supersedes PB92-173095. 5158p.
   Subject  index keywords: Hazardous  materials, Financial
   management, Law enforcement, Tracking, Superfund, Reme-
   dial Action.

 0617  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): National
   PRP Listing by Site
   Order  Number PB92-173087CDH, price: Call for price
   Environmental  Protection Agency,  Washington, DC. Office of
   Waste Programs Enforcement; Apr 92
   When  expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
   hensive Environmental  Response, Compensation and Liabil-
   ity Act) site, EPA must conduct a search to identify  parties
   with potential financial responsibility for remediation  of un-
   controlled hazardous waste sites. EPA regional Superfund
   Waste Management Staff issue a notice letter to the poten-
   tially responsible party (PRP).  Data from the notice letter is
   used to form the Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS).
   The data includes PRP name and address, a company  con-
   tact person, the date the  notice was issued, and the related
   CERCLA  site name and  identification number.  SETS  was
   created to track PRP identification at both NPL (National Pri-
   orities  List) and non-NPL  sites. SETS does not  address the
   range  of  other administrative duties related to  tracking the
   PRP. These lists (updated quarterly) represent EPA's prelimi-
   nary findings on the identities of potentially responsible par-
   ties. The  site report is designed to provide PRP information
   linked by  the associated site, which appears according to the
  state where-the site is located.
  Specifications:  Supersedes PB92-139500. 5215p.
  Subject index keywords: Superfund, Hazardous materials,
  Waste  disposal, Coordinated procurement, Remedial action,
  Directories, Site  Enforcement  Tracking  System, Potentially
  responsible parties.

0618  Site  Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): National
  PRP Listing by Site
  Order Number PB92-220128CDH, price: Call for price
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; Jul 92
  When expending Superfund  monies  at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive Environmental Response,  Compensation and  Liabil-
  ity Act) site, EPA must conduct a search to identify parties
  with potential financial responsibility  for  remediation of un-
  controlled  hazardous waste sites.  EPA  regional Superfund
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PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION: Enforcement
  Waste Management Staff issue a notice letter to the poten-
  tially responsible party (PRP).  Data from the notice  letter is
  used to form the Site Enforcement Tracking System  (SETS).
  The data includes PRP name and address, a company con-
  tact person, the date the notice was  issued,  and the related
  CERCLA site name  and identification number.  SETS was
  created to track PRP identification at  both NPL (National Pri-
  orities List) and non-NPL sites. SETS does not address the
  range of other administrative  duties  related  to  tracking the
  PRP. The listing by site name is organized  in the following
  manner. Sites are sorted by state, as indicated in the site ID
  number. The first two characters of the site  ID number con-
  stitute the state abbreviation of the site location. The listing
  by party name is arranged alphabetically by the  name of the
  party and provides a company contact and  address. Within
  each record,  the sites associated with the  PRP are listed.
  The first two characters of the site ID number constitute the
  state abbreviation of the site location.
  Specifications:  Supersedes PB92-173087. 5611 p.
  Subject  index  keywords: Superfund,   Remedial  action,
  Waste  disposal,  Directories, Hazardous materials,  Site En-
  forcement Tracking System, Potentially responsible parties.

0619 Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): National
  PRP Report by Site, September 26,1991
  Order Number PB92-105352CDH, price: Call for price
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; 26 Sep 91
  When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive Environmental Response,  Compensation and Liabil-
  ity Act) site, EPA must conduct a search  to identify parties
  with potential financial responsibility for remediation of  un-
  controlled hazardous waste sites. EPA regional Superfund
  Waste  Management Staff issue a notice letter to the poten-
  tially responsible party (PRP). Data from the notice letter is
  used to form the Site Enforcement Tracking  System (SETS).
  The data includes PRP name  and address, a company con-
  tact person, the  date the notice was issued, and the related
  CERCLA  site  name and identification number. SETS was
  created to track  PRP identification at both  NPL (National  Pri-
  ority List) and non-NPL sites. SETS does not address  the
  range of other administrative  duties related to tracking  the
  PRP. The site report is designed to provide  PRP information
  linked by the associated site, which appears  according to the
  state where the site is located.
  Specifications:  Supersedes PB91-215178. 3027p.
  Subject index keywords: Superfund, Waste disposal, Direc-
  tories,  Hazardous  materials,  Site  Enforcement  Tracking
  System,  Potentially  responsible parties, US  EPA Regions 1-
  10.
0620  Site Enforcement Tracking System  (SETS) (National
  - 3 1/2 Inch Diskette, IBM PS/2 Compatible) (for
  Microcomputers)
  Order Number PB92-592130CDH, price: Subscription, call for
  price
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; Oct 91
  When expending Superfund monies  at a CERCLA  (Compre-
  hensive Environmental Response, Compensation and  Liabil-
  ity Act) site,  EPA must conduct a search to identify parties
  with potential financial responsibility for remediation of un-
  controlled hazardous waste sites. EPA regional Superfund
  Waste Management Staff issue a notice letter to the poten-
  tially responsible party (PRP). Data from the notice letter is
  used to form the Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS).
  The data includes  PRP name and address, a company con-
  tact person, the date the notice was issued, and the related
  CERCLA site name and  identification  number. SETS was
  created by EPA to track PRP identification at both NPL (Na-
  tional  Priority List) and  non-NPL sites.  SETS does not ad-
  dress  the  range  of other administrative duties related to
  tracking  the  PRP. These lists represent EPA's preliminary
  findings  on the identities  of PRPs. Inclusion on these lists
  does not constitute  a final determination concerning the li-
  ability  of any party for the hazard or contamination at any
  CERCLA site.
  Specifications: Available on subscription, U.S., Canada, and
  Mexico price $1,000; price for others $2,000. Issued quarter-
  ly. The datafile is  on ten, 3 1/2 inch diskettes, 1.44M high
  density.  File  format: ASCII. Also available individually; order
  number  PB92-592131, price  DOS. System: IBM PS/2; MS
  DOS 3.3 operating system, 640K. Other formats available as
  IBM (or  compatible) 5 1/4 inch - PB90-591780. 10 diskettes.
  Subject index keywords: Data file, Hazardous materials,
  Waste disposal, Superfund, Remedial  action, Directories, Site
  Enforcement Tracking System, Potentially responsible  par-
  ties.

0621  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for Alabama
  Order Number PB90-243056CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; 2 Aug 90
  When expending  Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liabil-
  ity Act)  site, EPA  must conduct a search to identify parties
  with potential financial  responsibility  for remediation of un-
  controlled  hazardous waste sites. EPA regional Superfund
  Waste Management Staff issue a notice letter to the poten-
  tially responsible  party (PRP).  Data from this notice letter is
  used to form the Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS).
  The data includes PRP name and address, a company con-
  tact person,  the date the notice  was  issued, and the related
  CERCLA site  name and identification  number. SETS was
  created  to track PRP identification at  both NPL (National Pri-
  ority  List)  and non-NPL sites. SETS does  not address the
  range of other administrative  duties  related to tracking the
  PRP.  These lists (updated quarterly) represent EPA's prelimi-
  nary findings on the identities of potentially responsible par-
  ties. Inclusion on these lists does not constitute a final deter-
  mination concerning the liability of any party for the hazard or
  contamination at  any CERCLA  site.  The  site report is  de-
  signed to  provide PRP information linked by the associated
  site, which appears according to Alabama where the site is
  located.
  Specifications: Also available in set of 8 reports PC E99/
  MF E99, PB90-243049. See also PB90-243064. 12p.
  Subject index keywords: Hazardous  materials,  Alabama,
  Waste disposal,  Coordinated  procurement, Directories, Site
  Enforcement Tracking System, Superfund,  Remedial action.
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                                                                    PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION; Enforcement
0622  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for Alabama
  Order Number PB91-130708CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; 19 Dec 90
  When expending  Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive Environmental Response, Compensation and  Liabil-
  ity Act) site, EPA  must  conduct a  search to identify parties
  with potential financial responsibility  for remediation of un-
  controlled hazardous waste sites.  EPA regional  Superfund
  Waste Management  Staff issue a notice letter to the poten-
  tially responsible party (PRP) for the state of Alabama. Data
  from this notice letter is used to form the Site Enforcement
  Tracking  System (SETS). This data includes PRP  name and
  address, a company  contact person, the date the notice was
  issued, and the related CERCLA site name and identification
  number. SETS was  created  to track PRP identification  at
  both NPL (National  Priority List) and non-NPL sites.  SETS
  does not address the range of other administrative duties re-
  lated to tracking the PRP.
  Specifications: Also available in set of 8  reports PC E99/
  MF E99,  PB91-130690.  Supersedes PB90-243056. See also
  PB91-131219. 11p.
  Subject index keywords: Hazardous  materials, Alabama,
  Waste disposal, Coordinated  procurement, Directories, Site
  Enforcement Tracking System, Superfund,  Remedial action,
  Potentially responsible parties.

0623  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for Alabama
  Order  Number PB91-170613CDH, price: PC A03/MF  A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; 5 Apr 91
  When  expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive Environmental Response, Compensation and  Liabil-
  ity Act) site, EPA  must conduct a  search to  identify parties
  with potential financial responsibility for remediation of un-
  controlled hazardous waste sites.  EPA regional Superfund
  Waste Management Staff issued a notice letter to the poten-
  tially responsible party (PRP). Data from this notice  letter is
  used to form the Site Enforcement  Tracking System  (SETS).
  This data includes PRP name and address, a company con-
  tact person, the date the notice was issued, and the related
  CERCLA  site name  and identification  number. SETS was
  created to track PRP identification at both NPL (National Pri-
  ority List) and non-NPL sites. SETS  does not address the
  range  of  other  administrative duties related to tracking the
  PRP. The site report is designed to provide PRP information
  linked  by the associated  site, which  appears according to the
  state where the site is located.
  Specifications: Also available in set  of 8 reports PC E99/
  MF E99, PB91-170605. Supersedes PB91-130708. See also
  PB91-170621. 13p.
  Subject index  keywords: Hazardous materials, Waste dis-
  posal,  Superfund,  Notification procedures,  Directories, Ala-
  bama,  Site Enforcement Tracking System, Potentially respon-
  sible parties.
0624  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for American Samoa
 .Order Number PB90-243395CDH, price: PC A01/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; 2 Aug 90
  When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive  Environmental Response, Compensation and  Liabil-
  ity Act) site, EPA  must conduct a  search to identify parties
  with potential financial responsibility for remediation of un-
  controlled hazardous waste sites.  EPA  regional  Superfund
  Waste Management  Staff issue a notice letter to the poten-
  tially responsible party (PRP). Data from this notice letter is
  used to form the Site Enforcement  Tracking System (SETS).
  The data includes PRP name and address, a company con-
  tact person, the date the notice was issued, and the related
  CERCLA site name  and identification  number. SETS was
  created to track PRP identification at both NPL (National Pri-
  ority List) and  non-NPL sites. SETS  does not address the
  range of other administrative duties related to tracking the
  PRP. These lists (updated quarterly) represent EPA's prelimi-
  nary findings on the  identities of potentially responsible par-
  ties. Inclusion on these lists does not constitute a final  deter-
  mination concerning the liability of any party for the hazard or
  contamination at any CERCLA site. The site report  is de-
  signed to provide  PRP information  linked by the associated
  site, which appears according to American Samoa where the
  site is located.
  Specifications: Also  available in set of  6 reports PC E99/
  MF E99, PB90-243387. See also PB90-243403. 5p.
  Subject: index keywords: Hazardous  materials, American
  Samoa,  Waste disposal, Coordinated procurement,  Directo-
  ries, Site Enforcement Tracking System, Superfund, Remedi-
  al action.

0625  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for American Samoa
  Order  Number PB91-131086CDH, price: PC A01/MF  A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; 19 Dec 90
  When  expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive  Environmental Response, Compensation and  Liabil-
  ity Act) site,  EPA  must conduct a  search to identify parties
  with potential financial responsibility for remediation of un-
  controlled hazardous waste sites.  EPA  regional  Superfund
  Waste Management  Staff issue a notice  letter to the poten-
  tially responsible party (PRP) for American Samoa. Data from
  this notice letter is used to form the Site Enforcement Track-
  ing System (SETS).  This data includes PRP name  and ad-
  dress, a company contact person,  the date the notice was
  issued, and the related CERCLA site name and identification
  number.  SETS was  created to track  PRP  identification  at
  both NPL (National  Priority List) and non-NPL sites.  SETS
  does not address the range of other administrative duties re-
  lated to tracking the PRP.
  Specifications: Also  available in set  of  6 reports PC E99/
  MF E99, PB91-131078. Supersedes PB90-243395. See also
  PB91-131094. 4p.
  Subject  index  keywords: Hazardous materials, Waste dis-
  posal,  Coordinated procurement, Directories,  Site Enforce-
  ment Tracking System, Superfund,  Remedial action, Poten-
  tially responsible parties.
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PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION: Enforcement
0626  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for American Samoa
  Order Number PB91-170951CDH, price: PC A01/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; 5 Apr 91
  When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liabil-
  ity Act) site, EPA must conduct a search to identify parties
  with potential financial responsibility for remediation of un-
  controlled hazardous waste sites.  EPA regional Superfund
  Waste Management Staff issued a notice letter to the poten-
  tially responsible party (PRP). Data from this notice letter is
  used to form the Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS).
  This data includes PRP name and address, a company con-
  tact person, the date the notice was issued, and the related
  CERCLA site name and identification number. SETS was
  created to track PRP identification at both NPL (National Pri-
  ority List) and non-NPL  sites. SETS does not address the
  range  of other administrative duties related to tracking the
  PRP. The site report is designed to provide PRP information
  linked by the associated site, which appears according to the
  state where the site is located.
  Specifications:  Also  available in set of 6 reports PC E99/
  MF E99, PB91-170944. Supersedes PB91-131086. See also
  PB91-170969. 5p.
  Subject index keywords: Hazardous materials, Waste  dis-
  posal, Superfund, Notification procedures, Directories, Ameri-
  can Samoa, Site Enforcement Tracking System, Potentially
  responsible parties.
0627  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for Arizona
  Order  Number PB90-243403CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; 2 Aug 90
  When  expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liabil-
  ity Act) site, EPA must conduct a search to identify parties
  with potential financial responsibility for remediation of un-
  controlled  hazardous waste sites.  EPA regional Superfund
  Waste Management  Staff issue a notice letter to the poten-
  tially responsible party (PRP). Data from this notice letter is
  used to form the Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS).
  The data includes PRP name and address, a company con-
  tact person, the date the notice was issued, and the related
  CERCLA site name and identification number. SETS was
  created to track PRP identification at both NPL (National Pri-
  ority List) and non-NPL  sites. SETS does not address the
  range  of other administrative duties related to tracking the
  PRP. These lists (updated quarterly)  represent EPA's prelimi-
  nary findings on the  identities of potentially responsible par-
  ties. Inclusion on these lists does not constitute a final deter-
  mination concerning the liability of any party for the hazard or
  contamination at any CERCLA site. The site report is de-
  signed to provide PRP information  linked by the associated
  site, which appears according to Arizona where the site is lo-
  cated.
  Specifications: Also available in set of 6 reports PC E99/
  MF E99, PB90-243387. See also PB90-243395 and  PB90-
  243411. 16p.
  Subject index  keywords: Hazardous  materials,  Arizona,
  Waste disposal, Coordinated procurement, Directories, Site
  Enforcement Tracking System, Superfund, Remedial action.
0628  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for Arizona
  Order Number PB91-131094CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; 19 Dec 90
  When expending  Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive  Environmental Response, Compensation  and  Liabil-
  ity Act) site, EPA  must  conduct a search to identify parties
  with potential financial responsibility for remediation of un-
  controlled hazardous waste sites.  EPA regional  Superfund
  Waste Management  Staff issue a notice letter to  the poten-
  tially responsible  party (PRP)  for the state of Arizona. Data
  from this notice letter is used to form the Site Enforcement
  Tracking  System  (SETS). This data includes PRP  name and
  address, a company  contact person, the date the notice was
  issued, and the related CERCLA site name and identification
  number.   SETS was  created  to track PRP identification  at
  both NPL (National  Priority List) and  non-NPL sites.  SETS
  does not address the range of other administrative duties re-
  lated to tracking the PRP.
  Specifications: Also available in set of 6  reports PC  E99/
  MF E99,  PB91-131078.  Supersedes PB90-243403. See also
  PB91-131086 and PB91-131102. 19p.
  Subject   index  keywords:  Hazardous  materials,  Arizona,
  Waste disposal, Coordinated  procurement,  Directories, Site
  Enforcement Tracking System, Superfund,  Remedial action,
  Potentially responsible parties.

0629  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for Arizona
  Order Number PB91-170969CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; 5 Apr 91
  When expending  Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive  Environmental Response, Compensation  and  Liabil-
  ity Act) site, EPA  must  conduct a search to identify parties
  with potential financial responsibility for remediation of un-
  controlled hazardous waste sites.  EPA regional  Superfund
  Waste Management  Staff issued a notice letter to  the poten-
  tially responsible  party (PRP). Data from this notice letter is
  used to form the  Site Enforcement  Tracking System (SETS).
  This data includes PRP  name and address, a company con-
  tact person, the date the notice was issued, and the related
  CERCLA site name  and identification  number. SETS was
  created to track PRP identification at both NPL (National Pri-
  ority List) and non-NPL sites. SETS does not address the
  range of other administrative duties related to tracking the
  PRP. The site report is designed  to provide  PRP information
  linked by the associated site, which  appears according  to the
  state where the site is located.
  Specifications: Also available in set of 6  reports PC  E99/
  MF E99,  PB91-170944.  Supersedes PB91-131094. See also
  PB91-170951 and PB91-170977. 24p.
  Subject  index keywords: Hazardous materials, Waste dis-
  posal, Superfund,  Notification  procedures, Directories,  Arizo-
  na,  Site  Enforcement Tracking System, Potentially responsi-
  ble parties.
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                                                                     PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION: Enforcement
 0630  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for Arkansas
  Order Number PB90-243213CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; 2 Aug 90
  When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive Environmental Response, Compensation and  Liabil-
  ity Act) site, EPA must conduct a search to identify parties
  with potential  financial  responsibility for  remediation  of un-
  controlled hazardous waste  sites. EPA  regional Superfund
  Waste Management Staff issue a notice  letter to the poten-
  tially responsible party (PRP). Data from  this notice letter is
  used to form the Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS).
  The data includes PRP name and address, a company con-
  tact person,  the date the notice was issued, and the related
  CERCLA site  name  and identification number.  SETS was
  created to track PRP identification at both NPL (National Pri-
  ority List)  and non-NPL  sites. SETS does  not address the
  range of other administrative duties  related to tracking the
  PRP. These  lists (updated quarterly) represent EPA's prelimi-
  nary findings on the identities of potentially responsible par-
  ties. Inclusion on these lists does not constitute a final deter-
  mination concerning the liability of any party for the hazard or
  contamination  at any CERCLA site.  The site report  is de-
  signed to provide PRP information linked by the associated
  site, which appears according to Arkansas where the site is
  located.
  Specifications: Also  available in  set of 5 reports PC  E99/
  MF E99, PB90-243205. See also PB90-243221. 16p.
  Subject index keywords: Hazardous  materials, Arkansas,
  Waste  disposal, Coordinated procurement,  Directories, Site
  Enforcement Tracking System, Superfund, Remedial action.

0631  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for Arkansas
  Order Number  PB91-130906CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
  Environmental  Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; 19 Dec 90
  When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive Environmental Response, Compensation  and  Liabil-
  ity Act) site,  EPA must conduct a search to identify parties
  with potential financial responsibility  for remediation of un-
  controlled  hazardous  waste sites. EPA  regional  Superfund
  Waste Management Staff issue a notice letter to the 'poten-
  tially responsible party (PRP) for the state of Arkansas. Data
  from this notice letter is used to form the Site Enforcement
  Tracking System (SETS). This data includes PRP name and
  address, a company contact person, the date the notice was
  issued, and the related CERCLA site name and identification
  number. SETS was created  to track PRP  identification at
  both NPL (National Priority List) and non-NPL sites.  SETS
  does not address the range of other administrative duties re-
  lated to tracking the PRP.
  Specifications: Also available in set of 5 reports PC  E99/
  MF E99, PB91-130898. Supersedes PB90-243213. See also
  PB91-130914. 16p.
  Subject index keywords:  Hazardous materials,  Arkansas,
  Waste disposal, Coordinated  procurement, Directories,  Site
  Enforcement  Tracking System, Superfund, Remedial action,
  Potentially responsible parties.
0632  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for Arkansas
  Order Number PB91-170779CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; 5 Apr 91
  When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive Environmental Response, Compensation and  Liabil-
  ity Act) site, EPA must conduct a search  to identify parties
  with potential  financial  responsibility for remediation  of un-
  controlled hazardous waste  sites. EPA regional Superfund
  Waste Management Staff issued a notice letter to the poten-
  tially responsible party (PRP). Data from this notice letter is
  used to form the Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS).
  This data  includes PRP name and address, a company con-
  tact person,  the date the notice was issued, and the related
  CERCLA site  name  and identification number. SETS was
  created to track PRP identification at both NPL (National Pri-
  ority List)  and non-NPL  sites. SETS does  not address the
  range of other administrative duties related to tracking the
  PRP. The  site  report is designed to provide PRP information
  linked by the associated site,  which appears according to the
  state where the site is located.
  Specifications: Also  available in set of 5 reports PC E99/
  MF E99, PB91-170761.  Supersedes PB91-130906. See also
  PB91-170787.  17p.
  Subject index  keywords:  Hazardous materials, Waste dis-
  posal, Superfund, Notification procedures, Directories, Arkan-
  sas, Site Enforcement Tracking System, Potentially responsi-
  ble parlies.

0633  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for California
  Order Number  PB90-243411CDH, price: PC A07/MF A01
  Environmental  Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; 2 Aug 90
  When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liabil-
  ity Act) site,  EPA must conduct a search to identify parties
  with potential financial responsibility for remediation of un-
  controlled  hazardous waste sites. EPA  regional  Superfund
  Waste Management Staff issue a notice letter to the poten-
  tially responsible party (PRP). Data from this notice letter  is
  used to form the Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS).
  The data includes PRP name and address, a company con-
  tact person, the date the notice was issued, and the related
  CERCLA site name and identification  number. SETS  was
  created to  track PRP identification at both NPL (National Pri-
  ority List) and  non-NPL sites. SETS does not address the
  range  of other administrative duties related to tracking the
  PRP. These lists (updated quarterly) represent EPA's prelimi-
  nary findings on the identities of potentially responsible par-
  ties. Inclusion on these lists does not constitute a final deter-
  mination concerning the liability of any party for the hazard or
  contamination at any CERCLA site. The site report is de-
  signed to provide PRP information linked by the associated
  site, which appears according to California  where the site  is
  located.
  Specifications: Also available in  set of 6 reports  PC  E99/
  MF  E99, PB90-243387.  See  also PB90-243403 and PB90-
  243429. 126p.
  Subject index keywords:  Hazardous materials,  California,
  Waste disposal, Coordinated  procurement, Directories,  Site
  Enforcement  Tracking System, Superfund,  Remedial action.
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PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION: Enforcement
0634  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for California
  Order Number PB91-131102CDH, price: PC A08/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; 19 Dec 90
  When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liabil-
  ity Act) site, EPA must conduct a search to identify parties
  with potential financial responsibility for remediation of un-
  controlled hazardous waste sites.  EPA regional Superfund
  Waste Management Staff issue a notice letter to the poten-
  tially responsible  party (PRP) for the state of California. Data
  from this notice letter is  used to form the Site Enforcement
  Tracking  System  (SETS). This data includes PRP name and
  address, a company contact person, the date the notice was
  issued, and the related CERCLA site name and identification
  number.  SETS was created to track PRP identification at
  both NPL (National  Priority List) and non-NPL  sites. SETS
  does not address the range of other administrative duties re-
  lated to tracking the PRP.
  Specifications: Also available in set of 6 reports PC  E99/
  MF E99,  PB91-131078. Supersedes PB90-243411. See also
  PB91-131094and PB91-131110. 157p.
  Subject index keywords:  Hazardous  materials, California,
  Waste disposal, Coordinated procurement,  Directories, Site
  Enforcement Tracking System, Superfund, Remedial action,
  Potentially responsible parties.

0635  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for California
  Order Number PB91:170977CDH, price: PC A10/MF A02
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; 5 Apr 91
  When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liabil-
  ity Act) site, EPA must conduct a search to identify parties
  with potential financial responsibility for remediation of un-
  controlled hazardous waste sites.  EPA regional Superfund
  Waste Management Staff issued a notice letter to the poten-
  tially responsible party (PRP).  Data from this notice letter  is
  used to form the Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS).
  This data includes PRP name and address,  a company con-
  tact person, the date the notice was issued, and the related
  CERCLA site name and identification number. SETS was
  created to track PRP identification at both NPL (National Pri-
  ority List) and non-NPL  sites. SETS does  not  address the
  range of other administrative  duties related to  tracking the
  PRP. The site report is designed to  provide  PRP information
  linked by the associated site, which appears according to the
  state where the site is located.
  Specifications: Also available in set of 6 reports PC  E99/
  MF E99,  1=891-170944. Supersedes PB91-131102. See also
  PB91-170969 and PB91-170985. 21 Op.
  Subject index keywords: Hazardous materials, Waste dis-
  posal, Superfund, Notification procedures,  Directories, Cali-
  fornia, Site Enforcement Tracking System, Potentially respon-
  sible parties.
0636  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for Colorado
  Order Number PB90-243320CDH, price: PC A04/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; 2 Aug 90
  When expending  Superfund  monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive  Environmental Response, Compensation  and Liabil-
  ity Act) site, EPA  must  conduct a  search to identify parties
  with potential financial responsibility for remediation of un-
  controlled hazardous waste sites.  EPA regional  Superfund
  Waste Management  Staff issue a notice letter to  the poten-
  tially responsible  party (PRP). Data from this notice letter is
  used to form the  Site Enforcement  Tracking System (SETS).
  The data includes PRP  name and address, a company con-
  tact person, the date the notice was issued, and the related
  CERCLA site name  and identification  number. SETS was
  created to track PRP identification at both NPL (National Pri-
  ority List) and  non-NPL sites. SETS  does not address the
  range of other administrative duties related to tracking the
  PRP. These lists (updated quarterly) represent EPA's prelimi-
  nary findings on the  identities of potentially responsible par-
  ties. Inclusion on these lists does not constitute a final deter-
  mination concerning the liability of any party for the hazard or
  contamination at any CERCLA site. The site report  is de-
  signed to provide  PRP information  linked by the  associated
  site, which appears according to Colorado where the site is
  located.
  Specifications: Also available in set of 6 reports PC E99/
  MF E99, PB90-243312. See also PB90-243338. 65p.
  Subject index keywords: Hazardous materials, Waste dis-
  posal, Colorado,  Coordinated procurement, Directories, Site
  Enforcement Tracking System, Superfund, Remedial action.

0637  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for Colorado
  Order Number PB91-131011CDH, price: PC A04/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; 19 Dec 90
  When expending  Superfund  monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive  Environmental Response, Compensation  and Liabil-
  ity Act) site, EPA  must  conduct a  search to identify parties
  with potential financial  responsibility for remediation of un-
  controlled hazardous waste sites.  EPA regional  Superfund
  Waste Management  Staff issue a notice letter to  the poten-
  tially responsible  party (PRP) for the state of Colorado. Data
  from this notice letter is used to form the Site Enforcement
  Tracking  System  (SETS). This data includes PRP name and
  address,  a company  contact person, the date the  notice was
  issued, and the related CERCLA site name and identification
  number.  SETS was  created to track PRP identification at
  both NPL (National  Priority  List) and  non-NPL sites. SETS
  does not address the range of other administrative duties re-
  lated to tracking the  PRP.
  Specifications: Also available in set of 6 reports PC  E99/
  MF E99,  PB91-131003.  Supersedes PB90-243320. See also
  PB91-131029. 65p.
  Subject  index keywords:  Hazardous materials, Colorado,
  Waste disposal, Coordinated procurement,  Directories, Site
  Enforcement Tracking System, Superfund, Remedial action,
  Potentially responsible parties.
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                                                                     PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION: Enforcement
0638  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for Colorado
  Order Number PB91-170886CDH, price: PC A04/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; 5 Apr 91
  When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liabil-
  ity Act) site, EPA  must conduct a search to identify parties
  with  potential  financial responsibility for remediation of un-
  controlled hazardous waste sites.  EPA regional Superfund
  Waste Management Staff issued a notice letter to the poten-
  tially responsible party (PRP).  Data from this notice letter is
  used to form the Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS).
  This  data includes PRP name  and address,  a company con-
  tact person, the date the notice was issued, and the related
  CERCLA site  name  and identification number. SETS was
  created to track PRP identification at both NPL (National Pri-
  ority  List) and non-NPL  sites. SETS does  not address the
  range of other administrative  duties  related to tracking the
  PRP. The site  report is designed to provide  PRP information
  linked by the associated site, which appears  according to the
  state where the site is located.
  Specifications: Also available in set of 6 reports PC E99/
  MF E99, PB91-170878. Supersedes PB91-131011. See also
  PB91-170894. 68p.
  Subject index keywords:  Hazardous materials, Waste  dis-
  posal, Superfund,  Notification  procedures, Directories, Colo-
  rado, Site Enforcement Tracking System, Potentially respon-
  sible parties.

0639  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for Connecticut
  Order Number PB90-242884CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
  Environmental  Protection Agency, Washington,  DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement;  2 Aug 90
  When expending Superfund monies  at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liabil-
  ity Act) site, EPA  must conduct a search to identify parties
  with  potential financial responsibility  for remediation of  un-
  controlled  hazardous waste sites. EPA  regional Superfund
  Waste Management Staff issue a notice letter to the poten-
  tially  responsible party (PRP).  Data from this notice letter is
  used to form the Site Enforcement Tracking  System (SETS).
  The data includes PRP name and address,  a company con-
  tact person, the date the notice was issued, and the related
  CERCLA  site  name and identification number.  SETS was
  created to track PRP identification at both NPL (National  Pri-
  ority  List) and non-NPL sites.  SETS does not address  the
  range of other administrative duties related to tracking  the
  PRP. These lists (updated quarterly) represent EPA's prelimi-
  nary findings on the identities of potentially  responsible par-
  ties. Inclusion on these lists does not constitute a final deter-
  mination concerning the liability of any party for the hazard or
  contamination at  any CERCLA site.  The site  report is  de-
  signed to provide  PRP information linked by the associated
  site, which appears according to Connecticut where the site
  is located.
  Specifications: Also available in set of 6 reports PC E99/
  MF E99, PB90-242876. See also PB90-242892. 31 p.
  Subject index keywords: Hazardous materials, Connecticut,
  Waste disposal, Coordinated  procurement,  Directories, Site
  Enforcement Tracking System, Superfund, Remedial action.
0640  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for Connecticut
  Order Number PB91-130534CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; 19 Dec 90
  When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liabil-
  ity Act) site, EPA  must conduct a search to identify parties
  with  potential  financial responsibility for remediation of un-
  controlled hazardous waste sites.  EPA regional Superfund
  Waste Management Staff issue a notice letter to the poten-
  tially responsible party (PRP)  for the state of Connecticut.
  Data from this notice letter is used to form the Site Enforce-
  ment Tracking System (SETS). This data includes PRP name
  and address, a company contact person, the date the notice
  was  issued, and the related CERCLA site name and  identifi-
  cation number. SETS was created to track PRP identification
  at both NPL (National Priority List) and non-NPL sites. SETS
  does not address the range of other administrative duties re-
  lated to tracking the PRP.
  Specifications: Also  available in set of 6 reports PC  E99/
  MF E99,  PB91-130526. Supersedes PB90-242884. See also
  PB91-130542. 30p.
  Subject index keywords: Hazardous materials, Connecticut,
  Waste disposal, Coordinated procurement,  Directories,  Site
  Enforcement Tracking System, Superfund, Remedial action,
  Potentially responsible parties.

0641   Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for Connecticut
  Order Number PB91-170449CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
  Environmental  Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; 5 Apr 91
  When expending Superfund monies  at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liabil-
  ity Act) site, EPA must conduct a search to identify parties
  with  potential  financial responsibility for remediation of un-
  controlled hazardous waste sites.  EPA  regional Superfund
  Waste Management Staff issued a notice letter to the poten-
  tially  responsible party (PRP). Data from this notice letter is
  used to form the Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS).
  This  data includes PRP name and address, a company con-
  tact person, the date the notice was issued, and the  related
  CERCLA  site   name and identification number. SETS was
  created to track PRP identification at both NPL (National Pri-
  ority  List) and non-NPL  sites.  SETS does not address the
  range of  other administrative duties related to tracking the
  PRP. The site report is designed to provide PRP information
  linked by the associated site, which appears according to the
  state where the site is located.
  Specifications: Also available in set of  6 reports PC E99/
  MF E99, PB91-170431. Supersedes  PB91-130534. See also
  PB91-170456. 32p.
  Subject index keywords:  Hazardous materials, Waste dis-
  posal, Superfund, Notification procedures, Directories,  Con-
  necticut, Site  Enforcement Tracking System, Potentially re-
  sponsible parties.
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PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION: Enforcement
0642  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for Delaware
  Order Number PB90-242991CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; 2 Aug 90
  When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive  Environmental Response, Compensation and Liabil-
  ity Act) site, EPA  must conduct a  search to identify parties
  with potential financial responsibility for remediation of  un-
  controlled hazardous waste sites.  EPA regional Superfund
  Waste Management Staff issue a notice letter to the poten-
  tially responsible party (PRP).  Data from this notice letter is
  used to form the Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS).
  The data includes PRP name and address,  a company con-
  tact person, the date the notice was issued, and the related
  CERCLA site name  and identification number.  SETS was
  created to track PRP identification at both NPL (National  Pri-
  ority List) and non-NPL  sites. SETS does  not address  the
  range of other administrative  duties related to tracking  the
  PRP. These lists (updated quarterly) represent EPA's prelimi-
  nary findings on the identities  of potentially responsible par-
  ties. Inclusion on these lists does not constitute a final deter-
  mination concerning the liability of any  party  for the hazard or
  contamination at any CERCLA site. The site  report is  de-
  signed to provide  PRP information linked by the associated
  site, which  appears according  to Delaware where the site is
  located.
  Specifications: Also available  in set  of 5 reports PC  E99/
  MF E99, PB90-242983. See also PB90-243007. 28p.
  Subject  index keywords: Hazardous materials, Delaware,
  Waste disposal, Coordinated procurement,  Directories, Site
  Enforcement Tracking System, Superfund, Remedial action.

0643  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for Delaware
  Order Number PB91-130641CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; 19 Dec 90
  When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive  Environmental Response, Compensation and Liabil-
  ity Act) site, EPA  must conduct a  search to identify parties
  with potential financial responsibility for remediation of  un-
  controlled hazardous waste sites.  EPA regional Superfund
  Waste Management Staff issue a notice letter to the poten-
  tially responsible party (PRP) for the state of Delaware. Data
  from this notice letter is  used  to form the Site Enforcement
  Tracking  System (SETS). This data includes PRP name and
  address, a company contact person, the date the notice was
  issued, and the related CERCLA site name and identification
  number.  SETS was created to track  PRP identification at
  both NPL (National Priority List) and  non-NPL sites. SETS
  does not address the range of other administrative duties re-
  lated to tracking the PRP.
  Specifications: Also available  in set  of 5 reports PC  E99/
  MF E99,  PB91-130633. Supersedes PB90-242991. See also
  PB91-130658. 26p.
  Subject  index keywords: Hazardous materials, Delaware,
  Waste disposal, Coordinated procurement,  Directories, Site
  Enforcement Tracking System, Superfund, Remedial action,
  Potentially responsible parties.
0644  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for Delaware
  Order Number PB91-170555CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; 5 Apr 91
  When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive  Environmental Response, Compensation and Liabil-
  ity Act) site, EPA  must conduct a search to identify parties
  with potential financial responsibility for remediation of un-
  controlled hazardous waste sites.  EPA regional Superfund
  Waste Management Staff issued a notice letter to the poten-
  tially responsible party (PRP). Data from this notice letter is
  used to form the Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS).
  This data includes PRP name and address, a company con-
  tact person, the date the notice was issued, and the related
  CERCLA site name  and identification number. SETS was
  created to track PRP identification at both NPL (National Pri-
  ority  List) and  non-NPL  sites. SETS does not address the
  range of other administrative duties  related to tracking the
  PRP. The site report is designed to provide PRP information
  linked by the associated site, which appears according to the
  state where the site is located.
  Specifications: Also available in set of 5 reports PC E99/
  MF E99,  PB91-170548. Supersedes PB91-130641. See also
  PB91-170563. 33p.
  Subject index keywords: Hazardous materials, Waste dis-
  posal, Superfund,  Notification procedures, Directories, Dela-
  ware,  Site Enforcement Tracking System,  Potentially respon-
  sible parties.
0645  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for Florida
  Order Number PB90-243064CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; 2 Aug 90
  When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive  Environmental Response, Compensation and Liabil-
  ity Act) site, EPA  must conduct a search to identify parties
  with  potential financial responsibility for remediation of un-
  controlled hazardous waste sites.  EPA regional Superfund
  Waste Management  Staff issue a notice letter to the poten-
  tially responsible party (PRP). Data from this notice letter is
  used to form the Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS).
  The data includes PRP name and address, a company con-
  tact person, the date the notice was issued, and the related
  CERCLA site name  and identification number. SETS was
  created to track PRP identification at both NPL (National Pri-
  ority  List) and  non-NPL  sites. SETS does not address the
  range of other administrative duties related to tracking the
  PRP. These lists (updated quarterly) represent EPA's prelimi-
  nary findings on the identities of potentially responsible par-
  ties. Inclusion on these lists does not constitute a final deter-
  mination concerning the liability of any party for the hazard or
  contamination at any  CERCLA site. The site report is de-
  signed to provide  PRP information linked by the associated
  site, which appears according to  Florida where the site is lo-
  cated.
  Specifications: Also available in set of 8 reports PC E99/
  MF E99, PB90-243049.  See also PB90-243056 and PB90-
  243072. 37p.
  Subject  index keywords:  Hazardous  materials,   Florida,
  Waste disposal, Coordinated procurement,  Directories,  Site
  Enforcement Tracking System, Superfund, Remedial action.
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                                                                     PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION: Enforcement
 0646  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
   Listing by Site for Florida
   Order Number PB91-131219CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Waste Programs Enforcement; 19 Dec 90
   When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
   hensive Environmental Response, Compensation and  Liabil-
   ity Act) site, EPA must conduct a search to  identify parties
   with potential  financial  responsibility for  remediation  of un-
   controlled hazardous waste  sites. EPA regional Superfund
   Waste Management Staff issue a notice letter to the poten-
   tially  responsible party (PRP) for the state of Florida.  Data
   from this notice letter is used to form the Site Enforcement
   Tracking System (SETS). This data includes PRP name and
   address, a company contact person, the date  the notice was
   issued, and the related CERCLA site name  and identification
   number.  SETS was created to  track  PRP identification  at
   both NPL (National  Priority List)  and non-NPL sites. SETS
   does not address the range of other administrative duties re-
   lated to tracking the PRP.
   Specifications: Also  available in  set of 8 reports PC  E99/
   MF E99, PB91-130690. Supersedes PB90-243064. See also
   PB91-130708 and PB91-130716. 39p.
  Subject  index keywords:  Hazardous  materials, Florida,
  Waste disposal, Coordinated procurement,  Directories, Site
  Enforcement Tracking System, Superfund,' Remedial action,
  Potentially responsible parties.

0647  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for Florida
  Order Number PB91-170621CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; 5 Apr 91
  When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liabil-
  ity Act) site, EPA must conduct a search to identify parties
  with potential financial responsibility for remediation of un-
  controlled hazardous  waste sites.  EPA regional  Superfund
  Waste Management Staff issued a notice letter to the poten-
  tially responsible party (PRP). Data from this notice letter is
  used to form the Site  Enforcement Tracking System (SETS).
  This data includes PRP name and address, a company con-
  tact person, the date the notice was issued, and the related
  CERCLA  site name  and identification  number. SETS  was
  created to track PRP identification at both  NPL (National Pri-
  ority List) and non-NPL  sites. SETS does not address the
  range  of other administrative  duties related to tracking the
  PRP. The site report is designed to provide PRP information
  linked by the associated site, which appears according to the
  state where the site is  located.
  Specifications: Also  available in  set of 8 reports PC  E99/
  MF E99, PB91-170605. Supersedes PB91-131219. See  also
  PB91 -170613 and PB91 -170639. 47p.
  Subject index keywords: Hazardous materials, Waste dis-
  posal,  Superfund, Notification  procedures, Directories,  Flori-
  da, Site Enforcement Tracking System, Potentially responsi-
  ble parties.
 0648  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
   Listing by Site for Georgia
   Order Number PB90-243072CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Waste Programs Enforcement; 2 Aug 90
   When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
   hensive  Environmental Response, Compensation and  Liabil-
   ity Act) site,  EPA must conduct a search to identify parties
   with potential financial responsibility for remediation of un-
   controlled  hazardous  waste sites. EPA  regional Superfund
   Waste Management Staff issue a notice letter to the poten-
   tially responsible party (PRP). Data from this notice letter is
   used to form the Site  Enforcement Tracking System (SETS).
   The data includes PRP name and address, a company con-
   tact person, the date the notice was issued, and the related
   CERCLA site name  and identification number.  SETS was
   created to track PRP identification at both NPL (National Pri-
   ority List) and non-NPL sites. SETS does not address the
   range  of other administrative duties related to tracking the
   PRP. These lists (updated quarterly) represent EPA's prelimi-
   nary findings on the identities of potentially responsible par-
   ties. Inclusion on these lists does not constitute a final deter-
   mination  concerning the liability of any party for the hazard or
   contamination at any  CERCLA site. The site report is de-
   signed to provide  PRP information linked by the  associated
   site, which appears according to Georgia where the site is lo-
   cated.
  Specifications: Also available in set of 8 reports PC  E99/
   MF E99, PB90-243049. See also PB90-243064 and PB90-
  243080. 19p.
  Subject  index keywords: Hazardous  materials, Georgia,
  Waste  disposal, Coordinated procurement, Directories,  Site
  Enforcement Tracking  System, Superfund, Remedial action.

0649  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for Georgia
  Order  Number PB91-130716CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; 19 Dec 90
  When  expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive Environmental  Response, Compensation and Liabil-
  ity Act) site, EPA must conduct a search to identify parties
  with potential financial responsibility for remediation of un-
  controlled hazardous waste sites.  EPA  regional  Superfund
  Waste Management Staff issue a notice letter to the poten-
  tially responsible party  (PRP) for the state of Georgia.  Data
  from this  notice letter is used to form the Site Enforcement
  Tracking System (SETS). This data includes PRP  name and
  address, a company contact person, the date the notice was
  issued,  and  the related CERCLA site,name and identification
  number. SETS was created to track  PRP identification at
  both NPL (National Priority  List)  and non-NPL sites. SETS
  does not address the range of other administrative duties re-
  lated to tracking the PRP.
  Specifications: Also available in  set of 8  reports PC E99/
  MF E99, PB91-130690. Supersedes PB90-243072. See also
  PB91-131219 and PB91-130724. 17p.
  Subject index keywords:  Hazardous  materials,  Georgia,
  Waste  disposal, Coordinated procurement, Directories,  Site
  Enforcement Tracking System, Superfund,  Remedial  action,
  Potentially responsible parties.
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PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION: Enforcement
0650  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for Georgia
  Order Number PB91-170639CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; 5 Apr 91
  When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liabil-
  ity Act) site, EPA must conduct a  search to identify parties
  with potential financial responsibility for remediation of un-
  controlled hazardous waste sites.  EPA regional Superfund
  Waste Management  Staff issued a  notice letter to the poten-
  tially responsible party (PRP). Data from this notice letter  is
  used to form the Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS).
  This data includes PRP name and  address, a company con-
  tact person, the date the notice was issued, and the related
  CERCLA site name  and identification number. SETS  was
  created to track PRP identification at both NPL (National Pri-
  ority List) and non-NPL sites. SETS does  not  address the
  range of other administrative duties related to  tracking the
  PRP.  The site report is designed to provide PRP information
  linked by the associated  site, which appears according to the
  state where the site is located.
  Specifications: Also available in set of 8 reports PC E99/
  MF E99, PB91-170605. Supersedes PB91-130716. See also
  PB91-170621 and PB91-170647. 20p.
  Subject  Index keywords: Hazardous materials, Waste dis-
  posal, Superfund, Notification procedures,  Directories, Geor-
  gia, Site  Enforcement Tracking System, Potentially responsi-
  ble parties.
0651  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for Idaho
  Order Number PB90-243460CDH, price: PC A02/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; 2 Aug 90
  When expending  Superfund monies at a  CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive Environmental Response,  Compensation and Liabil-
  ity Act) site,  EPA must conduct a search to identify parties
  with potential financial responsibility for  remediation of un-
  controlled  hazardous waste sites.  EPA regional Superfund
  Waste Management Staff issue a  notice letter to the poten-
  tially  responsible  party (PRP). Data from  this notice letter is
  used  to form the  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS).
  The data includes PRP name and  address, a company con-
  tact person, the date the notice was issued, and the related
  CERCLA site name and  identification number. SETS was
  created to track PRP identification  at both NPL (National Pri-
  ority  List) and non-NPL sites. SETS does not  address the
  range of other administrative duties related to  tracking the
  PRP. These lists (updated quarterly) represent EPA's prelimi-
  nary  findings on the identities of potentially responsible par-
  ties. Inclusion on  these lists does not constitute  a final deter-
  mination concerning the liability of any party for the hazard or
  contamination at any CERCLA site. The site report is de-
  signed to provide PRP information linked by the associated
  site, which appears according to Idaho where the site is  lo-
  cated.
  Specifications: Also available in set of 3 reports, PC E99/
  MF E99, PB90-243452. See also PB90-243478. 7p.
  Subject  index   keywords:  Hazardous  materials,  Idaho,
  Waste disposal,  Coordinated procurement, Directories, Site
  Enforcement Tracking System, Superfund, Remedial action.
0652  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for Idaho
  Order Number PB91-131151CDH, price: PC A02/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; 19 Dec 90
  When expending Superfund  monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive Environmental Response, Compensation  and  Liabil-
  ity Act)  site, EPA must  conduct a  search to identify parties
  with  potential financial  responsibility for remediation of un-
  controlled hazardous waste sites.  EPA regional  Superfund
  Waste Management Staff issue a notice letter to  the poten-
  tially responsible party  (PRP) for the state of Idaho.  Data
  from this notice letter is used to form the  Site Enforcement
  Tracking System (SETS). This data includes PRP name and
  address, a company contact person, the date the  notice was
  issued, and the related CERCLA site name and identification
  number.  SETS was created to track PRP identification at
  both NPL (National  Priority  List) and non-NPL sites. SETS
  does not address the range  of other administrative duties re-
  lated to tracking the  PRP.
  Specifications: Also available in set of 3 reports PC  E99/
  MF E99, PB91-131144.  Supersedes PB90-243460. See also
  PB91-131177. 8p.
  Subject index  keywords: Hazardous   materials,  Idaho,
  Waste disposal,  Coordinated procurement, Directories, Site
  Enforcement Tracking System, Superfund, Remedial action,
  Potentially responsible parties.

0653  Site Enforcement  Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for Idaho
  Order Number PB91-171025CDH, price: PC A02/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; 5 Apr 91
  When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive  Environmental  Response,  Compensation and Liabil-
  ity Act) site, EPA must conduct a search  to identify parties
  with potential  financial  responsibility for remediation  of un-
  controlled hazardous waste sites.  EPA regional Superfund
  Waste Management Staff issued a notice letter to the poten-
  tially responsible party  (PRP). Data from this  notice letter is
  used to form the Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS).
  This data includes PRP name and address, a company con-
  tact person, the  date the notice was issued, and the related
  CERCLA site  name and identification number.  SETS was
  created to track  PRP identification  at both  NPL (National Pri-
  ority  List) and non-NPL sites. SETS does not address the
  range of other administrative duties related to tracking the
  PRP. The site report is designed to provide PRP information
  linked by the associated site, which appears according  to the
  state where the site is located.
  Specifications: Also available in set of 3 reports  PC E99/
  MF E99, PB91-171017. Supersedes PB91-131151.  See also
  PB91-171033. 10p.
  Subject index keywords:  Hazardous materials, Waste dis-
  posal, Superfund, Notification procedures,  Directories,  Idaho,
  Site  Enforcement Tracking System,  Potentially  responsible
  parties.
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                                                                      PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION: Enforcement
  0654  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
   Listing by Site for Illinois
   Order Number PB90-243148CDH, price: PC A04/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Waste Programs Enforcement; 2 Aug 90
   When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
   hensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liabil-
   ity Act) srte, EPA must conduct a search to  identify parties
   with  potential financial responsibility for  remediation of un-
   u?" *° f,  hazardous waste sites. EPA regional Superfund
   Waste Management Staff issue a notice letter to the poten-
   tially responsible party (PRP). Data from this  notice  letter is
   used to form the Site Enforcement Tracking System  (SETS)
   The data includes PRP name and address, a  company con-
   ^£?rf0n' the date the notice was issued. and the related
   OfcRCLA  site name and  identification number. SETS  was
   created to track PRP identification at both NPL (National Pri-
   ority  List) and  non-NPL sites.  SETS does not address the
   LnDe-ru    ,er administrative duties related to tracking the
   PRP. These lists (updated  quarterly) represent  EPA's  prelimi-
   nary findings on the  identities of potentially responsible par-
   ties. Inclusion on these lists does not constitute a final deter-
   mination concerning the liability of any party for the hazard or
   contamination at  any CERCLA  site. The site  report is de-
   signed to  provide PRP information  linked  by the associated
   site  which appears according to  Illinois where  the site is lo-
   cated.
       noS: Als° available  in set of 6 reports PC E99/
  MF E99, PB90-243130. See also PB90-243155. 57p.
  Subject  index  keywords:  Hazardous  materials,  Illinois,
  Waste disposal,  Coordinated procurement, Directories, Site
  tnforcement Tracking System,  Superfund, Remedial action.

0655  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for Illinois
  Order Number PB91-1 30781 CDH, price: PC A04/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; 19 Dec 90
  When expending  Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liabil-
  ity Act) site, EPA must conduct a search to identify parties
  with potential financial responsibility for remediation of un-
  S? I° f,  nazardous  waste sites.  EPA regional Superfund
  Waste Management Staff issue  a notice letter to the poten-
  tially responsible  party (PRP) for the  state of  Illinois  Data
  from this notice letter is used to form the Site  Enforcement
  Tracking System (SETS). This data includes PRP name and
  address, a company contact person, the date the notice was
  issued, and the related CERCLA site name and  identification
  £!£ MD,  ^TS W3S Created to  track  PRP  identification  at
  both NPL (National Priority List) and non-NPL  sites  SETS
  does not address the range of other administrative duties re-
 lated to tracking the PRP.
 Specifications: Also available in set of 6 reports PC E99/
 PRO, ,o PB91'130773- Supersedes PB90-243148. See  also
 * DX?! -\ 30/99. 56p.

 u^l60*,- index  keywords:  Hazardous  materials,  Illinois,
 Waste disposal, Coordinated procurement, Directories  Site
 Enforcement Tracking  System, Superfund,  Remedial action,
 Potentially responsible parties.
 0656  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS)- PRP
   Listing by Site for Illinois
   Order Number PB91-170704CDH, price: PC A04/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Waste Programs Enforcement; 5 Apr 91
   When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
   hensive  Environmental Response, Compensation and Liabil-
   ity Act) site, EPA  must conduct a search  to identify parties
   with  potential financial  responsibility for remediation of un-
   controlled  hazardous waste sites. EPA  regional Superfund
   Waste Management Staff issued a notice letter to the poten-
   tially responsible party (PRP). Data from this notice letter is
   used to form the Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS)
   This data includes PRP name and address, a company con-
   tact person, the date the notice was issued, and the related
   CERCLA site name and  identification number.  SETS was
   created to track PRP identification at both NPL (National Pri-
   ority  List) and  non-NPL sites.  SETS does not address the
   range of other administrative duties related to tracking the
   PRP. The site report is designed to provide PRP information
   linked by the associated site, which appears according to the
   state where the site is located.
   Specifications: Also available  in set of 6 reports  PC E99/
   MF E99,  PB91-170696. Supersedes PB91-130781  See also
   PB91-170712. 59p.
  Subject index  keywords: Hazardous  materials,  Waste dis-
  posal, Superfund, Notification procedures,  Directories, Illinois
  Site  Enforcement Tracking System,  Potentially responsible
  parties.

0657  Site  Enforcement Tracking System (SETS)- PRP
  Listing by Site for Indiana
  Order Number PB90-243155CDH, price: PC A07/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; 2 Aug 90
  When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive Environmental Response, Compensation  and Liabil-
  ity Act) site,  EPA must conduct a  search to identify parties
  with potential financial responsibility for remediation of un-
  controlled hazardous  waste sites.  EPA regional  Superfund
 Waste Management Staff issue  a notice letter to  the poten-
 tially responsible party (PRP). Data from this notice letter is
 used to form the Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS)
 The  data includes PRP name and address, a company con-
 tact person, the date the notice  was issued, and the related
 CERCLA site  name and identification  number. SETS  was
 created to track PRP identification at both NPL (National  Pri-
 ority List)  and non-NPL sites. SETS does  not address  the
 range of other administrative duties related to tracking  the
 PRP. These lists (updated quarterly) represent EPA's prelimi-
 nary  findings on the identities of potentially responsible par-
 ties. Inclusion on these lists does not constitute a final deter-
 mination concerning  the liability of any party for the hazard or
 contamination  at any CERCLA site. The site report is de-
 signed to provide PRP information linked by the associated
 site, which appears according to Indiana where the site is lo-
 cated.
 Specifications: Also available in  set of 6  reports PC E99/
 MF E99, PB90-243130. See also PB90-243148 and  PB90-
 243163. 137p.
 Subject index keywords:  Hazardous  materials,  Indiana,
 Waste disposal, Coordinated procurement, Directories Site
 Enforcement  Tracking System, Superfund, Remedial action
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PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION: Enforcement
0658  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for Indiana
  Order Number PB91-130799CDH, price: PC A07/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; 19 Dec 90
  When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liabil-
  ity Act)  site, EPA must conduct a search to identify parties
  with potential financial responsibility for remediation  of un-
  controlled hazardous waste  sites. EPA regional Superfund
  Waste Management Staff issue a notice letter to the poten-
  tially responsible party (PRP) for  the state of Indiana. Data
  from this notice letter is used to form the Site Enforcement
  Tracking System (SETS). This data includes PRP  name and
  address, a company contact  person, the date the notice was
  issued,  and the related CERCLA site name and  identification
  number. SETS was  created to track PRP identification  at
  both  NPL (National Priority  List)  and non-NPL sites.  SETS
  does not address the range of other administrative duties re-
  lated to tracking the PRP.
  Specifications: Also available in set of 6 reports PC E99/
   MF E99, PB91-130773. Supersedes PB90-243155. See also
   PB91-130781 and PB91-130807. 137p.
   Subject index keywords:  Hazardous materials,  Indiana,
   Waste  disposal, Coordinated procurement, Directories, Site
   Enforcement Tracking System, Superfund, Remedial action,
   Potentially responsible parties.
 0659  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
   Listing by Site for Indiana
   Order Number PB91-170712CDH, price: PC A07/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Waste Programs Enforcement; 5 Apr 91
   When  expending  Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
   hensive Environmental Response,  Compensation and Liabil-
   ity Act) site, EPA must conduct a search to identify parties
   with potential  financial responsibility for remediation of  un-
   controlled hazardous  waste sites.  EPA regional Superfund
   Waste Management Staff issued a notice letter to the poten-
   tially responsible  party (PRP). Data from this notice letter is
   used to form the Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS).
   This data includes PRP name and address, a company con-
   tact person, the date the notice was issued, and the related
    CERCLA site name and identification number. SETS was
    created to track PRP identification at both NPL (National Pri-
    ority List) and non-NPL sites. SETS does not address the
    range of other administrative duties related to tracking the
    PRP. The site report is designed to provide PRP information
    linked by the associated site, which appears according to the
    state where the site is located.
    Specifications: Also available in set  of 6 reports PC E99/
    MF E99, PB91-170696. Supersedes PB91-130799. See also
    PB91-170704 and PB91-170720.140p.
    Subject Index keywords: Hazardous materials, Waste dis-
    posal, Superfund, Notification procedures,  Directories, Indi-
    ana, Site Enforcement Tracking System, Potentially responsi-
    ble parties.
0660  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for Iowa
  Order Number PB90-243270CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; 2 Aug 90
  When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive Environmental Response, Compensation  and Liabil-
  ity Act)  site, EPA must conduct  a  search to identify parties
  with potential financial  responsibility  for remediation of un-
  controlled hazardous waste  sites.  EPA  regional  Superfund
  Waste Management Staff issue a notice letter to  the poten-
  tially responsible party (PRP). Data from this notice letter is
  used to form the Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETb).
  The data includes PRP name and  address, a company con-
  tact person, the date the  notice was  issued, and  the related
  CERCLA site  name and identification number.  SETb was
  created to track PRP identification  at both NPL (National Pri-
  ority  List) and non-NPL sites. SETS  does not address  he
  range of other administrative duties  related to tracking the
  PRP These lists (updated quarterly) represent EPA's prelimi-
  nary findings on the identities of potentially responsible par-
  ties Inclusion on these lists does not constitute a final deter-
   mination concerning the liability of any party for the hazard or
   contamination at any CERCLA  site.  The site report is  de-
   signed to provide PRP information linked by the associated
   site, which appears according to Iowa where the site is locat-
   ed.'
   Specifications:  Also available in  set of  4 reports PC E99/
   MF E99, PB90-243262. See also PB90-243288. 25p.
   Subject index keywords: Hazardous materials, Waste  dis-
   posal  Iowa, Coordinated procurement,  Directories, Site En-
   forcement Tracking System, Superfund, Remedial action.

 0661  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
   Listing by Site  for Iowa                 Ano/MC Am
   Order Number PB91-130963CDH,  price: PC A03/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency,  Washington, DC. Office of
   Waste Programs Enforcement; 19 Dec 90
   When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
   hensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liabil-
   ity Act) site, EPA must  conduct a search to identify parties
   with potential financial responsibility for  remediation  of  un-
   controlled  hazardous  waste sites.  EPA regional Superfund
   Waste Management Staff issue a notice  letter to the poten-
   tially responsible party (PRP) for the state of Iowa. Data from
   this notice letter is used to form the Site Enforcement Track-
    ing System (SETS). This data includes PRP  name and ad-
    dress, a company contact person,  the date the notice was
    issued, and the related CERCLA  site name and  identification
    number. SETS was created to  track  PRP identification at
    both NPL (National  Priority List) and non-NPL sites.  SETb
    does not address the range of other administrative duties re-
    lated to tracking the PRP.
    Specifications: Also  available in set of 4 reports PC E99/
    MF E99, PB91-130955. Supersedes PB90-243270. See  also
    PB91-130971. 23p.
    Subject index keywords: Hazardous materials, Iowa, Waste
    disposal, Coordinated procurement, Directories,  Site Enforce-
    ment Tracking System, Superfund,  Remedial action, Poten-
    tially responsible parties.
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                                                                     PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION: Enforcement
                                 System (SETS): PRP

   Order Number PB91-170837CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
   Was rpTnl   pefCti°n AS6™* Washington, DC. Office of
   waste Programs Enforcement; 5 Apr 91
   When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-

             VlrEPAmtaltReSPH0nSe' C°mPensat^ aid SL
                r A ™St conduct a search to identify parties
             h   ?fnCial resP°nsibility for remediation of un-
             hazardous waste sites.  EPA  regional Superfund
   Waste Management Staff issued a notice letter to the Doten

    sld tXrm'tt SW* °ata fr°m this ^e^l
   TW- t    ,  f Slte Enforcement Tracking  System  (SETS)
   This data includes PRP name and address, a company con-
   caER£?ASOrVhe  date the  n°tice was issued'  anSe related
   nrno  * *  ,   ,na,me  and identification number. SETS  was
   created to track PRP identification at both NPL (National Prf
   ority L.st) and non-NPL sites. SETS does not address the
   paRTT°hfp0t?er administrative duties related  to S£g X
        bv th?3rPO!ltIS^eSigned t0  provide pRP information
                                 .
                 Also Bailable in  set of 4 reports PC
  Subject index keywords:  Hazardous materials, Waste dis-
  Sto  FnfUPerfUnd; Notification procedures, Directories  Iowa
  parties     m     aCking System'  Potentially  responsible

0663  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for Kansas             v=>**9). rnr
  Order Number PB90-243288CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; 2 Aug 90
  When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre
  faTZn 5tnV'rcSTental ResP°nse> Compensation and Liabil-
   •th   t   •' I     must c°nduct a search to identify parties
  rnntmi?^ h  financial responsibility for remediation of un-
  controlled hazardous waste sites. EPA regional Superfund
  Waste Management Staff issue a notice letter to the poten

  3 to lorm'th^ SW^ °ata from this notice le«er is
  used to form the Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS)
  The data includes PRP name and address a company con-
  PFRrfT °n-     date the notice was issued, and the related
 ™l",  IT* *   .Pame and  identification number.  SETS was
 created to track PRP identification at both NPL (National^
 ority  List) and  non-NPL sites.  SETS  does not address the
 pappeTh  °* ,ert adm|nistrative duties related to tracking the
 PRP. These lists (updated quarterly) represent EPA's prelimi-
 nary findings on the identities nf nnu>nti<,ii., ,.	:,_,_ _
f/,ce c'nnao°ns: Also available in set of 4 reports PC E99/
^43296       "
              k;?yvTds: Hazardous materials, Waste dis-
Enn       t T  C°ordinated  procurement, Directories, Site
Enforcement Tracking  System, Superfund, Remedial action
  0664  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
    Listing by Site for Kansas
    Order Number PB91-130971CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
    Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC Office of
    Waste Programs Enforcement; 19 Dec 90
    When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
    hensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liabil-
    ity Act) site, EPA must conduct a search to  identify parties
   with  potential financial responsibility for remediation of un-
   controlled  hazardous  waste sites.  EPA regional Superfund
   Waste Management Staff issue a notice letter to the poten-
   tially responsible party (PRP)  for the  state of  Kansas. Data
   from this notice letter is used to form the Site Enforcement
   Tracking System (SETS). This data includes PRP name and
   address, a company contact person, the date the notice was
   issued, and the related CERCLA site name and identification
   nTbMn,S^TS W3S created to track PRP identification at
   both  NPL (National Priority List) and  non-NPL sites  SETS
   does not address the range of other administrative duties re-
   lated to tracking the PRP.
   Specifications: Also available in set of 4 reports PC E99/
   MF E99, PB91-130955. Supersedes PB90-243288 See also
   PB91-130963 and PB91-130989. 31 p.
  Subject index keywords: Hazardous  materials, Kansas
  Waste disposal, Coordinated procurement, Directories  Site
  Enforcement Tracking System, Superfund,  Remedial  action
  Potentially responsible parties.

0665  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS)- PRP
  Listing by Site for Kansas
  Order Number PB91-170845CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; 5 Apr 91
  When expending Superfund monies at  a  CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive Environmental Response, Compensation and  Liabil-
  ity Act) site, EPA must conduct a search to identify parties
  with potential financial  responsibility  for remediation of un-
  controlled hazardous waste sites.  EPA regional Superfund
  Waste Management Staff issued a notice letter to the poten-
  tially responsible party (PRP). Data from this notice letter is
  used to form the Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS)
  This data includes PRP  name and address, a company con-
  t?ct person, the date  the notice was issued, and the related
 CERCLA site name and identification  number. SETS was
 created to track PRP identification at both NPL (National Pri-
 ority List) and  non-NPL sites. SETS  does not  address the
 range of other administrative duties related to  tracking the
 PRP. The site report is designed to provide PRP information
 linked by the associated  site, which appears according to the
 state where the site is located.
 Specifications: Also available in set  of 4 reports PC  E99/
 MF E99, PB91-170829. Supersedes PB91 -130971. See also
 PB91-170837 and PB91-170852. 34p.
 Subject index keywords: Hazardous materials,  Waste dis-
 posal,   Superfund,  Notification  procedures,  Directories
 Kansas,  Site  Enforcement Tracking System,  Potentially re-
 sponsible parties.
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PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION: Enforcement
0666  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for Kentucky
  Order Number PB90-243080CDH, price: PC A05/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; 2 Aug 90
  When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive Environmental Response,  Compensation and Liabil-
  ity Act)  site, EPA must conduct a search to identify parties
  with potential  financial responsibility for remediation  of  un-
  controlled hazardous waste sites.  EPA  regional Superfund
  Waste Management Staff issue a notice letter to the poten-
  tially responsible party (PRP). Data from this notice letter is
  used to form the Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS).
  The data includes  PRP name and address, a company con-
  tact person, the date the notice was issued, and the related
  CERCLA site name and  identification number. SETS was
  created to track PRP identification at both NPL (National Pri-
  ority List) and non-NPL sites. SETS does not address  the
  range of other administrative duties related to tracking  the
  PRP. These lists (updated quarterly) represent EPA's prelimi-
  nary findings on the identities of potentially responsible  par-
  ties. Inclusion on these lists does not constitute a final deter-
  mination concerning the liability of any  party for the hazard or
  contamination at any CERCLA site. The site  report  is de-
   signed  to provide  PRP information linked by the associated
   site, which appears according to Kentucky where the site is
   located.
   Specifications: Also available in set  of 8 reports PC E99/
   MF E99, PB90-243049. See also PB90-243072 and  PB90-
   243098. 97p.
   Subject index keywords: Hazardous materials,  Kentucky,
   Waste disposal, Coordinated procurement, Directories,  Site
   Enforcement Tracking System, Superfund,  Remedial  action.

 0667  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
   Listing by Site for Kentucky
   Order Number PB91-130724CDH, price: PC A05/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Waste Programs Enforcement; 19 Dec 90
   When  expending  Superfund  monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
   hensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liabil-
   ity Act) site, EPA must conduct a search to identify parties
   with potential financial responsibility  for remediation of un-
   controlled  hazardous waste sites. EPA regional  Superfund
   Waste  Management Staff issue a notice letter to  the poten-
   tially responsible party (PRP) for the state of Kentucky.  Data
   from this notice letter is  used to form the Site Enforcement
   Tracking System  (SETS). This data includes PRP name and
    address, a company contact person, the date the  notice was
    issued, and the related CERCLA site name and identification
    number. SETS was created to  track PRP identification at
    both NPL  (National Priority List)  and non-NPL sites. SETS
    does not address the range of other administrative duties re-
    lated to tracking the PRP.
    Specifications: Also available in set of 8 reports PC  E99/
    MF E99, PB91-130690. Supersedes  PB90-243098. See also
    PB91-130716 and PB91-130732. 97p.
    Subject Index keywords:  Hazardous materials,  Kentucky,
    Waste disposal,  Coordinated procurement, Directories, Site
    Enforcement Tracking System, Superfund, Remedial action,
    Potentially responsible parties.
0668  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for Kentucky
  Order Number PB91 -170647CDH, price: PC A05/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; 5 Apr 91
  When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liabil-
  ity Act)  site, EPA must conduct a search to identify parties
  with potential financial responsibility for remediation  of un-
  controlled hazardous waste  sites. EPA regional Superfund
  Waste Management Staff issued a notice letter to the poten-
  tially responsible party (PRP). Data from this notice letter is
  used to form the Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS).
  This data includes PRP name and address, a company con-
  tact person, the date the notice was issued, and the related
  CERCLA  site name and identification number.  SETS was
  created to track PRP identification at both NPL (National Pri-
  ority List) and  non-NPL sites. SETS  does not address the
  range of  other administrative duties related to tracking the
  PRP  The site report is designed to provide PRP information
  linked by the associated site, which appears according to the
  state where the site is located.
  Specifications: Also available in set of  8  reports PC E99/
  MF E99  PB91 -170605. Supersedes PB91-130724. See also
  PB91-170639 and PB91-170732. 99p.
  Subject index keywords:  Hazardous materials, Waste dis-
   posal Superfund, Notification procedures,  Directories, Ken-
  tucky, Site Enforcement Tracking System, Potentially respon-
   sible parties.
 0669 Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
   Listing by Site for Louisiana
   Order Number PB90-243221CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Waste Programs Enforcement; 2 Aug  90
   When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
   hensive Environmental  Response, Compensation and Liabil-
   ity Act) site, EPA must conduct a search  to identify  parties
   with potential  financial responsibility for remediation of  un-
   controlled hazardous  waste sites. EPA regional  Superfund
   Waste Management Staff issue a notice letter to the poten-
   tially responsible  party (PRP). Data from this notice  etter is
   used to form the Site Enforcement Tracking System (SET&).
   The data includes PRP name and address, a company con-
   tact person, the date the notice was issued, and the related
   CERCLA site name and  identification  number. SETS was
   created to track PRP identification at both NPL (National Pri-
   ority  List) and non-NPL sites. SETS does not address the
   range of other administrative duties related to tracking the
    PRp These lists (updated quarterly)  represent EPA s prelimi-
    nary findings on the identities of potentially responsible  par-
   ties Inclusion on these lists does not constitute a final deter-
    mination concerning the liability of any party for the hazard or
    contamination at any  CERCLA site. The site  report is de-
    signed to provide PRP information linked by the associated
    site, which  appears according to Louisiana where the site is
    located.
    Specifications: Also available in set of 5 reports PC ESS/
    MF E99, PB90-243205. See also PB90-243213  and PB90-
    243239. 26p.
    Subject index keywords:  Hazardous materials, Louisiana,
    Waste disposal, Coordinated procurement, Directories,  Site
    Enforcement Tracking System,  Superfund, Remedial action.
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                                                                     PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION: Enforcement
  0670  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
    Listing by Site for Louisiana
    Order Number PB91-130914CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01

    wSSf' PfpT tl0n AgenCy' Washington, DC. Office of
    waste Programs Enforcement; 19 Dec 90
    When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-

    itv ATtt SnpV'pSTental ReSP°nSe' ComP^ation and Liabil-
   2th  nV*' , f  mUSt Conduct a search to  ide"«fy parties
   ^ntrni? H^1 ^ ndal "^Po™"* for remediation of un-
   S o M   hazardous waste sites.  EPA regional Superfund
   Waste Management  Staff issue a notice letter to the poten-

   f om thr"? le,P»rty .(PRP) f°r the State of Louisiana' Date
   from his notice letter is used to form the Site Enforcement
   Trackmg System (SETS). This data Includes PRP name and
   address, a company contact person, the date the notice  was

                 re'ate
       NPI  ™ rn       t0 track PRP identification at
   both NPL (National Priority List) and non-NPL sites  SETS
               : Also  available in set of 5 reports PC
                              S^M-  "•"— **".

°6|7\-Sit! Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for Louisiana
  Order Number PB91-170787CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
  Ste^nnr31 Pr°tefction ^enc^' Washington, DC. Office of
  waste Programs Enforcement; 5 Apr 91
  When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
            'ppTental ReSP°nSe' ComPensation  and Lia'bl
              PA mUSt C0nduct a search to identify parties
  ™ntr,  n    flt!fncial resPonsibi'ity  for remediation of un-
  controlled hazardous waste sites. EPA  regional  Superfund
  Waste Management Staff issued a notice letter to  the poten
  tally responsible party (PRP). Data from this notice  letter is
  used to  form the Site Enforcement Tracking  System  (SETS?
 This data ,nc udes PRP name and address, a company  con-
 tact person the date the notice was issued,  and the related
 rf R£h t f 6 ," ™e and 'deification number. SETS  was
 created to track PRP identification at both NPL (National Pri
 ority List) and non-NPL sites. SETS  does not address the
             r administrative duties related  to tracking the
              reporVs deigned to provide PRP information
 Specifications: Also available in set of 5 reports PC E99/
 PB9fl7n7?o1"1H°o7D61- ^^des PB91-130P914 See also
 PB91 -1 70779 and PB91 -1 70795.  26p.
 Subject index keywords: Hazardous materials, Waste dis-
 ana  SitUFeiJUnd> Notifl^ation Procedures, Directories, Louisl
 bTe p r? Enforcement Trackl'ng System, Potentially responsi-
  0672  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS)- PRP
    Listing by Site for Maine
    Order Number PB90-242892CDH, price: PC A04/MF A01
    Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
    Waste Programs Enforcement; 2 Aug 90
    When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
    hensive Environmental Response, Compensation  and Liabil-
    ity Act)  site, EPA must conduct a search to identify parties
    with potential financial responsibility for remediation of un-
    controlled hazardous waste sites.  EPA  regional  Superfund
    Waste Management Staff issue a notice letter to  the poten-
    tially responsible party (PRP). Data from this notice  letter is
    used to  form the Site Enforcement Tracking  System  (SETS)
   The data includes PRP name and address, a company con-
   !?.£* Person, the date the notice was issued,  and the related
   UERCLA site name and identification number. SETS was
   created to track PRP identification at both NPL (National Pri-
   ority  List) and non-NPL sites. SETS does not address the
   range of other administrative duties related  to tracking the
   PRP. These lists (updated quarterly) represent EPA's  prelimi-
   nary findings on the identities of potentially responsible par-
   ties. Inclusion on these lists does not constitute a final deter-
   mination  concerning the liability of any party for the  hazard or
   contamination  at any CERCLA site.  The site report  is de-
   signed to provide PRP information linked by  the associated
   site  which appears according to Maine where the  site is lo-
   C3TGC1.

   Specifications: Also  available in  set of 6 reports  PC E99/
   ^oon"'  PB9°-242876- See  also PB90-242884 and  PB90-
   ^.4&yOO. o9p.

   Subject  index  keywords:   Hazardous materials,  Maine
  Waste disposal, Coordinated  procurement, Directories  Site
  Enforcement Tracking System, Superfund, Remedial action.

0673  Site  Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for Maine
  Order Number PB91-130542CDH, price: PC A05/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; 19 Dec 90
  When  expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive Environmental Response, Compensation and  Liabil-
  ity Act) site, EPA must conduct a search to identify parties
  with potential financial  responsibility for remediation of un-
  controlled  hazardous waste sites. EPA  regional  Superfund
  Waste Management Staff issue a notice letter to the poten-
  tially responsible party  (PRP)  for the  state of Maine.  Data
  from this notice letter is used  to form  the Site Enforcement
 Tracking System (SETS). This  data includes PRP name and
 address, a company contact person, the date the notice was
 issued, and the related CERCLA site name and identification
 h^ MO,  IIs Was  created to track  PRP identification at
 both NPL  (National Priority List) and non-NPL sites SETS
 does not address the range of other administrative duties re-
 lated to tracking the PRP.
 Specifications: Also available  in set of 6 reports PC  E99/
 MF E99, PB91-130526. Supersedes PB90-242892  See also
 PB91-130534 and PB91-130559. 79p.
 Subject index  keywords:  Hazardous  materials,  Maine,
 Waste disposal,  Coordinated procurement, Directories  Site
 Enforcement Tracking System,  Superfund,  Remedial  action
 Potentially responsible parties.
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PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION: Enforcement
0674 Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for Maine
  Order Number PB91-170456CDH, price: PC A05/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; 5 Apr 91
  When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive Environmental Response,  Compensation and Liabil-
  ity Act)  site, EPA must conduct a search to identify parties
  with potential  financial responsibility for remediation  of  un-
  controlled hazardous  waste sites.  EPA  regional Superfund
  Waste Management Staff issued a notice letter to the poten-
  tially responsible party (PRP). Data from this notice letter is
  used to form the Site  Enforcement Tracking System (SETb).
  This data includes PRP name and address, a company con-
  tact person, the date  the notice was issued, and the related
  CERCLA site name  and  identification number. SETS was
  created to track PRP  identification at both NPL  (National Pn-
   ority  List) and non-NPL sites. SETS does not address the
   range of other administrative duties  related to tracking the
   PRP. The site report is designed to provide PRP information
   linked by the associated site, which appears according to the
   state where the site is located.
   Specifications: Also  available in set of 6 reports PC E99/
   MF E99i PB91-170431. Supersedes PB91-130542. See also
   PB91-170449 and PB91-170464. 81p.
   Subject index keywords: Hazardous materials, Waste dis-
   posal, Superfund, Notification procedures, Directories,  Maine,
   Site  Enforcement Tracking System,  Potentially responsible
   parties.
  0675  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
    Listing by Site for Maryland
    Order Number PB90-243007CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
    Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
    Waste Programs Enforcement; 2 Aug 90
    When expending Superfund  monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
    hensive Environmental Response, Compensation  and Liabil-
    ity Act) site, EPA must conduct a  search to identify parties
    with  potential financial  responsibility  for remediation of un-
    controlled hazardous waste  sites.  EPA  regional  Superfund
    Waste  Management Staff issue a notice letter to the poten-
    tially responsible party (PRP). Data from this notice  letter is
    used to form the Site Enforcement Tracking System  (SETS).
    The  data includes PRP name and  address, a company con-
    tact  person, the date the  notice was  issued, and  the related
    CERCLA  site  name  and identification number.  SETS was
    created to track PRP identification  at both NPL (National Pri-
    ority List) and non-NPL sites. SETS  does not address the
    range  of  other administrative duties  related to tracking the
    pRPi These lists (updated quarterly) represent EPA's prelimi-
    nary findings on the identities of potentially responsible par-
    ties  Inclusion on these lists does not constitute a final  deter-
    mination concerning the liability of any party for the hazard or
    contamination at any CERCLA site.  The site report  is  de-
    signed to provide PRP information linked  by the associated
    site, which appears according to Maryland where the  site  is
    located.
    Specifications: Also available in  set of 5 reports PC E99/
     MF  E99, PB90-242983.  See also PB90-242991 and  PB90-
     243015. 22p.
     Subject  index  keywords:  Hazardous  materials, Maryland,
     Waste disposal, Coordinated procurement, Directories,  Site
     Enforcement Tracking System,  Superfund, Remedial  action.
0676  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for Maryland
  Order Number PB91 -130658CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; 19 Dec 90
  When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liabil-
  ity Act)  site, EPA must conduct a search to identify parties
  with potential financial  responsibility for remediation of un-
  contrSed hazardous waste  sites. EPA regional Superfund
  Waste Management Staff issue a notice letter to he poten-
  tially responsible party (PRP) for the state °j. M^f"^*3.
  from this notice letter  is used to form the Site Enforcement
  Tracking System (SETS). This data includes PRP name and
  address a company contact person, the date the notice was
  issued,  and the related CERCLA site name and  ident.f.cat.on
  number. SETS was created to track  W *****»"*
  both  NPL  (National Priority  List) and non-NPL sites  SETS
  does not address the range of other administrative duties re-
   lated to tracking the PRP.
   Specifications:  Also available in set of 5 reports PC E99/
   MFE99 PB91-130633. Supersedes PB90-243007. See also
   PB91-130641  and PB91-130666. 20p.
   Subject index  keywords:  Hazardous materials, Maryland,
   Waste  disposal,  Coordinated procurement, Directories, Site
   Enforcement Tracking System, Superfund, Remed.al action,
   Potentially responsible parties.
 0677  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
   Listing by Site for Maryland
   Order Number PB91 -170563CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Waste Programs Enforcement; 5 Apr 91
   When  expending Superfund monies at a  CERCLA (Compre-
   hensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liabil-
   ity Act) site,  EPA must conduct a search to identify  parties
   with potential financial responsibility for  remediation of  un-
   controlled hazardous waste sites.  EPA  regional  Superfund
   Waste Management Staff issued a notice letter to the poten-
   tially responsible party (PRP). Data from th.s notice letter is
    used to form the Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETb).
    This data includes PRP name and address,  a company con-
    tact person, the date the notice was issued, and the related
    CERCLA site name  and identification number SETS was
    created to track PRP identification at both NPL (National Pn-
    ority List) and non-NPL sites. SETS  does  not address  he
    range of other  administrative duties  related to tracking the
    PRP  The site report is designed to provide PRP information
    linked by the associated site, which appears according to the
    state where the site is located.
    Specifications: Also available in set of 5  reports PC  E99/
    MFE99PB91-170548. Supersedes PB91-130658. See also
    PB91-170555 and PB91-170571. 27p.
    Subject index keywords: Hazardous materials, Waste dis-
    posal, Superfund, Notification procedures, Directories, Mary-
    land, Site Enforcement Tracking System, Potentially respon-
    sible parties.
    118

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                                                                      PROGRAM IMPLEMENTAT70N: Enforcement
  °6,7*  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS)- PRP
    Listing by Site for Massachusetts
    Order Number PB90-242900CDH, price: PC
    wrth r    r ,  ,                a searc  to identify parties
    control    HanC'al resP°nsibility for remediation of un
    w»S  f? nazardous waste  sites. EPA regional Superfund
    Waste Management Staff issue a notice letter to the Sen

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   PRP TheS .ertadmHiStrfiVe duties related to  trackiS he
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  L.stmg by Site for Massachusetts            '"
  Order Number PB91-130559CDH, price: PC A10/MF A02

  WasteTroa!»™T?™ A"ncy' Washin9ton, DC. Office of
  waste Programs Enforcement; 20 Dec 90
  When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Comore-

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            '       ust cnduct a search to identify parties
                        sP°ns»y for remediation of un
                     waste sites. EPA  regional Superfund
                   Staff issue a notice 'etter to the poten
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                            in set of 6 reports PC E99/
Sffw intd^- keywords: Hazardous materials, Massachu-
  0680  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
   Listing by Site for Massachusetts
   Order Number PB91-170464CDH, price: PC A10/MF A02
   tnvironmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Waste  Programs Enforcement; 5 Apr 91
   When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
   hensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liabil-
   ty Act) site,  EPA must conduct a search to identify parties
   SI P,? !T,lal  '"f ncial resP°nsibility for remediation of un-
   waot  I8/,  hazardous  waste sites. EPA  regional Superfund
   Waste Management Staff issued a notice letter to the poten-
   tially responable party (PRP). Data from this notice  letter is
   used to form  the Site  Enforcement Tracking  System  (SETS)
   This data includes PRP name and address, a company con-
         r°Vhe date the notice was issued-  ar>d the related
          > Sl   ,n!S£ and ider|tif'cation number. SETS  was
          n  H   R^ ldentification at both NPL (National Pri-
          ? 3hnd "°?~NPL Sites' SETS does not address the
       T?   6r adm|mstrative  duties related  to tracking the
       TJ9*    reP°rt is desi9ned to provide PRP information
       »* the associated site, which appears according to the
  state where the site is located.

  f£e^''Cations: Also availab|e in set of 6 reports PC E99/
  PBQ1 9i97n^«91-1J°o4o31- SuPersedes PB91-130559. See alo
  PB91 -170456 and PB91 -170472. 220p.
  Subject index keywords: Hazardous materials, Waste dis-
  posal, Superfund, Notification procedures, Directories, Mas-

                                             ' P°tentially
 Order Number PB90-243163CDH, price: PC A08/MF A01
 Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
 Waste Programs Enforcement; 2 Aug 90
 When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
 SvTtf  the date the notice was issued.  and the related
 OhRCLA site name and identification number. SETS was
   3    ° tra°k PRN ,identification at both NPL (National Pri-
           K  nTNPL Sites- SETS does not address the
         Oth1er: administrative duties related  to tracking the
 nf36 llsts ("Pdated quarterly)  represent EPA's prelimi-
 nary findings on the identities of potentially responsible par-
 ties.  Inclusion on these lists does not constitute a final deter-
 mination concerning the liability of any party for the  hazard or
 cpntarmnat,on  at any  CERCLA site.  The site report  is de-
signed to prov.de PRP information linked by  the associated
Seated    appears according to Michigan where the site is
         n: AIS° available in set of 6 reports  PC E99/
               43130> See a'S° PB9°-243155 and PB90-
                                                          wt, keywords: Hazardous materials, Michigan
                                                          Waste disposal, Coordinated procurement, Directories Site
                                                          Enforcement Tracking System, Superfund, Remedial action
                                                                                                            119

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PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION: Enforcement
0682  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for Michigan
  Order Number PB91-130807CDH, price: PC A08/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; 19 Dec 90
  When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liabil-
  ity Act)  site, EPA must conduct a search to identify parties
  with potential  financial responsibility for remediation  of  un-
  controlled hazardous waste sites. EPA  regional Superfund
  Waste Management Staff issue a notice letter to the poten-
  tially responsible party (PRP) for the state of Michigan. Data
  from this notice letter is used to form the Site Enforcement
  Tracking System (SETS). This  data includes PRP name and
   address, a company contact person, the date the notice was
   issued,  and the related CERCLA site name and identification
   number. SETS was  created to track PRP identification at
   both  NPL  (National Priority List) and  non-NPL sites. SETS
   does not address the range of other administrative duties re-
   lated to tracking the PRP.
   Specifications: Also  available in set of 6 reports PC E99/
   MF E99, PB91-130773. Supersedes PB90-243163. See also
   PB91-130799 and PB91-130815. 158p.
   Subject index keywords: Hazardous materials,  Michigan,
   Waste  disposal, Coordinated  procurement, Directories,  Site
   Enforcement Tracking System, Superfund, Remedial action,
   Potentially responsible parties.
  0683  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
   Listing by Site for Michigan
   Order Number PB91-170720CDH, price: PC A08/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Waste Programs Enforcement; 5 Apr 91
   When  expending  Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
   hensive Environmental Response, Compensation  and Liabil-
   ity Act) site, EPA must conduct a search to identify parties
   with potential financial responsibility  for remediation of un-
    controlled  hazardous waste sites.  EPA regional Superfund
    Waste Management Staff  issued a notice letter to the poten-
    tially responsible party (PRP). Data from this notice letter is
    used to form the Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS).
    This data includes PRP name and  address, a company con-
    tact person, the date the  notice was issued, and the related
    CERCLA site name  and identification number.  SETS was
    created to track PRP identification at both NPL (National Pri-
    ority List) and non-NPL sites. SETS  does  not  address the
    range  of other administrative duties related to  tracking the
    PRP.  The site report is designed to provide PRP information
    linked by the associated site, which appears according to the
    state  where the site is located.
    Specifications:  Also available in set of 6  reports  PC E99/
    MF E99, PB91-170696. Supersedes PB91-130807.  See also
    PB91-170712 and PB91-170738. 167p.
    Subject index keywords: Hazardous materials, Waste dis-
     posal Superfund, Notification procedures, Directories,  Michi-
     gan, Site Enforcement Tracking System, Potentially responsi-
     ble parties.
0684  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for Minnesota
  Order Number PB90-243171CDH, price: PC A04/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; 2 Aug 90
  When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liabil-
  ity Act)  site, EPA must conduct  a search to identify parties
  with potential financial  responsibility  for remediation of un-
  controlled hazardous waste  sites. EPA regional Superfund
  Waste Management Staff issue a notice letter to thepoten-
  tially responsible party (PRP). Data from this  notice letter is
  used to form the Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETb).
  The data includes PRP name and address  a ^pany con-
  tact person, the date the notice  was issued  and the related
  CERCLA site  name and  identification number  SETSi was
  created to track PRP identification at both NPL (National  Pn-
  oW  List) and  non-NPL sites. SETS  does not address  he
   range of other administrative duties related to tracking  the
   PRP These lists (updated quarterly) represent EPAs prelimi-
   nary'findings on the identities of Potentially responsible par-
   ties Inclusion on these lists does not constitute a f.nalI  deter-
   mination concerning the liability of any party for the hazard or
   contamination  at any CERCLA site  The site.report  is^de-
   signed to provide PRP information linked by the associated
   site, which appears according to Minnesota where the  site is
   located.
   Specifications: Also available in set of 6 reports PC E99/
   MF E99, PB90-243130.  See also PB90-243163 and  PB90-
   243189. 56p.
   Subject index keywords: Hazardous materials, Minnesota
   Waste disposal, Coordinated procurement, Directories^Site
   Enforcement  Tracking System,  Superfund, Remedial  action.

  0685  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
    Listing by Site for Minnesota
    Order Number PB91 -130815CDH, price: PC A04/MF A01
    Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
    Waste Programs Enforcement; 19 Dec 90
    When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA^Compre-
    hensive Environmental Response, Compensation  and Liabil-
    ity Act) site,  EPA must conduct a search to identify  parties
    with potential financial  responsibility  for remediation of un-
    controlled  hazardous waste sites.  EPA  regional Superfund
    Waste Management Staff issue a notice letter to the: poten-
    tially responsible party (PRP) for the state of M.nnesota. Data
    from this notice letter is used  to form the Site Enfoi^rnent
    Tracking System (SETS). This data includes PRP name and
    address a company contact person, the date the no  ice was
    fssued, knd the related CERCLA site name  and 'dentification
    number. SETS was  created to track PRP 'dent, icatior, at
    both  NPL (National Priority List) and non-NPL sites SETS
    does not address the range of other administrative duties re-
    lated to tracking the PRP.
    Specifications: Also available in set of 6  reports PC E99/
     MFE99PB91-130773. Supersedes  PB90-243171. See also
     PB91-130807 and PB91-130823. 55p.
     Subject index keywords: Hazardous materials, Minnesota,
     Waste disposal, Coordinated  procurement  Directories  Site
     Enforcement Tracking  System, Superfund, Remedial action,
     Potentially responsible  parties.
    120

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                                                                     PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION: Enforcement
 0686  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS)- PRP
   Listing by Site for Minnesota
   Order Number PB91-170738CDH, price: PC A04/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Waste Programs Enforcement; 5 Apr 91
   When expending Superfund monies  at a CERCLA (Compre-
   hensive Environmental Response, Compensation and  Liabil-
   ity Act) site, EPA must conduct a search to identify parties
   with potential  financial responsibility for remediation of un-
   controlled  hazardous  waste  sites. EPA  regional Superfund
   Waste Management Staff issued a notice letter to the poten-
   tially responsible party (PRP)., Data from this notice letter is
   used to form the Site  Enforcement Tracking System (SETS)
   This data includes  PRP name and address, a company con-
   tact person, the date the notice was issued, and the related
   CERCLA site  name  and identification number. SETS was
   created to track PRP identification at both NPL (National Pri-
   ority List) and non-NPL  sites. SETS does not address the
   range of other administrative  duties related to tracking the
   PRP. The site  report is designed to provide PRP information
   linked by the associated site, which appears according to the
   state where the site is  located.
   Specifications: Also  available in  set of 6 reports PC  E99/
   MF E99, PB91-170696. Supersedes PB91-130815  See also
   PB91-170720 and PB91-170746. 57p.
  Subject index keywords: Hazardous materials, Waste dis-
  posal, Superfund, Notification procedures, Directories, Minne-
  sota, Site Enforcement Tracking System,  Potentially  respon-
  sible parties.

0687 Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for  Mississippi
  Order Number PB90-243098CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
  Environmental Protection  Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; 2 Aug 90
  When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liabil-
  ity Act) site, EPA must conduct a search to identify parties
  with potential financial responsibility  for remediation of un-
  controlled hazardous  waste sites.  EPA  regional Superfund
  Waste Management Staff issue a notice letter to the poten-
  tially responsible party  (PRP). Data from this notice letter is
  used to form the Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS).
  The data includes PRP name and address, a company  con-
  tact person, the date the  notice was issued, and the  related
  CERCLA site name and identification  number. SETS  was
  created to track PRP identification at both NPL (National Pri-
  ority List) and non-NPL sites.  SETS  does not address the
  range of other  administrative duties related to tracking the
  PRP. These  lists (updated quarterly) represent EPA's prelimi-
  nary findings on the identities of potentially responsible  par-
  ties. Inclusion on these lists does not constitute a final deter-
  mination concerning  the liability  of any party for the hazard or
  contamination at any CERCLA site. The  site report is  de-
  signed to provide PRP  information linked by the associated
  site, which appears according to Mississippi where the site is
  located.
  Specifications:  Also available in set  of 8 reports PC E99/
  MF E99,  PB90-243049. See also PB90-243080 and  PB90-
 243106. 16p.
 Subject index keywords: Hazardous materials, Mississippi,
 Waste  disposal, Coordinated procurement, Directories,  Site
 Enforcement Tracking System,  Superfund, Remedial action.
 0688  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
   Listing by Site for Mississippi
   Order Number PB91-130732CDH, price: PC A02/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Waste Programs Enforcement; 19 Dec 90
   When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
   hensive Environmental Response, Compensation and  Liabil-
   ity Act) site, EPA must conduct a search to identify parties
   with potential  financial responsibility for remediation of un-
   controlled  hazardous  waste  sites. EPA regional Superfund
   Waste Management Staff issue a notice letter to the poten-
   tially  responsible  party (PRP) for the state of Mississippi.
   Data from this notice letter is used to form the Site Enforce-
   ment Tracking System (SETS). This data includes PRP  name
   and address, a company contact person, the date the notice
   was issued, and the related CERCLA site name and identifi-
   cation number. SETS was created to track PRP identification
   at both NPL (National  Priority List) and  non-NPL sites. SETS
   does not address the range of other administrative duties re-
   lated to tracking the PRP.
  Specifications: Also  available in  set of 8 reports PC  E99/
   MF E99,  PB91-130690. Supersedes PB90-243098. See'also
  PB91-130724 and PB91-130740. 8p.
  Subject index keywords:  Hazardous materials, Mississippi,
  Waste disposal, Coordinated procurement,  Directories, Site
  Enforcement Tracking  System, Superfund, Remedial action,
  Potentially responsible  parties.

0689  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for  Mississippi
  Order Number PB91-170654CDH, price: PC A02/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; 5 Apr 91
  When  expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liabil-
  ity Act) site, EPA must conduct a search to identify  parties
  with potential  financial responsibility for remediation of un-
  controlled hazardous waste sites. EPA  regional Superfund
  Waste Management Staff issued a notice letter to the poten-
  tially responsible party  (PRP). Data from this notice letter is
  used to form the Site Enforcement Tracking  System (SETS).
  This data includes PRP name and address, a company  con-
  tact person,  the date the  notice was issued, and the  related
  CERCLA site  name and identification  number. SETS  was
  created to track PRP identification at both NPL (National Pri-
  ority List) and non-NPL sites. SETS does not address the
  range of other  administrative  duties related to tracking the
  PRP. The site report is designed to provide PRP information
  linked by the associated site, which appears according to the
  state where the site is located.
  Specifications: Also available in  set of 8 reports PC E99/
  MF E99,  PB91-170605. Supersedes PB91-130732. See  also
  PB91-170647 and PB91-170662. 10p.
  Subject index keywords: Hazardous materials, Waste dis-
  posal, Superfund, Notification procedures, Directories, Missis-
  sippi, Site  Enforcement Tracking System, Potentially respon-
  sible parties.
                                                                                                              121

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PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION: Enforcement
0690  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for Missouri
  Order Number PB90-243296CDH, price: PC A07/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; 2 Aug 90
  When expending Superfund monies at  a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liabil-
  ity Act)  site, EPA must conduct a search to identify parties
  with potential financial  responsibility for remediation of un-
  controlled hazardous waste  sites. EPA regional Superfund
  Waste Management Staff issue a notice letter to the poten-
  tially responsible party (PRP). Data from this  notice letter is
  used to form the Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS).
  The data includes PRP name and address, a company con-
  tact person, the date the notice was issued, and the related
  CERCLA site name  and identification number.  SETS  was
  created to track PRP identification at both NPL (National Pri-
  ority List) and non-NPL sites. SETS does  not  address the
  range of other administrative duties related to  tracking the
  PRP. These lists (updated quarterly) represent EPA's prelimi-
  nary findings on  the identities of potentially responsible par-
  ties. Inclusion on these lists does  not constitute a final deter-
  mination concerning the liability of any party for the hazard or
  contamination at any CERCLA site. The site report is de-
  signed to provide PRP information linked by  the associated
  site, which appears according to Missouri where the site is
  located.
  Specifications: Also available in set of 4  reports PC E99/
  MF E99, PB90-243262. See also PB90-243288 and PB90-
  243304. 141 p.
  Subject Index keywords:  Hazardous materials, Waste dis-
  posal, Missouri,  Coordinated procurement, Directories, Site
  Enforcement Tracking System, Superfund,  Remedial action.

 0691  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for Missouri
  Order Number PB91-130989CDH, price: PC A07/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; 19 Dec 90
  When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liabil-
  ity Act) site, EPA must conduct  a search to identify parties
  with  potential financial  responsibility for remediation of un-
   controlled  hazardous waste  sites. EPA  regional Superfund
  Waste Management Staff issue a notice letter to the poten-
  tially responsible party (PRP) for the state of Missouri. Data
   from this notice letter is used to form the Site Enforcement
  Tracking System (SETS). This data includes  PRP name and
   address, a company contact person, the  date the notice was
   issued, and the  related CERCLA site name and identification
   number. SETS  was created to  track PRP  identification at
   both NPL (National Priority List)  and non-NPL sites. SETS
   does not address the range of other administrative duties re-
   lated to tracking the PRP.
   Specifications: Also available in set of 4 reports PC E99/
   MF E99, PB91-130955. Supersedes PB90-243296. See also
   PB91-130971 and PB91-130997. 139p.
   Subject  index  keywords: Hazardous  materials, Missouri,
   Waste disposal, Coordinated  procurement, Directories, Site
   Enforcement Tracking System, Superfund, Remedial action,
   Potentially responsible parties.
0692  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for Missouri
  Order Number PB91-170852CDH, price: PC A08/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; 5 Apr 91
  When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive Environmental Response, Compensation  and Liabil-
  ity Act)  site, EPA must  conduct a  search to identify parties
  with  potential financial  responsibility for remediation of un-
  controlled hazardous waste sites.  EPA regional  Superfund
  Waste Management Staff issued a  notice letter to the poten-
  tially responsible party (PRP). Data from this notice letter  is
  used to form the Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS).
  This data includes PRP  name and  address, a company con-
  tact person, the date the notice was issued, and the related
  CERCLA site name  and  identification number. SETS was
  created to track PRP identification at both NPL (National Pri-
  ority List) and non-NPL sites. SETS does  not address the
  range of other administrative duties related to tracking the
  PRP. The site report is  designed to provide PRP information
  linked by the associated site, which appears according to the
  state where the site is located.
  Specifications: Also available in set of 4 reports PC E99/
  MF E99, PB91-170829. Supersedes PB91-130989. See also
  PB91-170845 and PB91-170860. 165p.
  Subject index keywords: Hazardous materials,  Waste dis-
  posal, Superfund, Notification procedures,  Directories, Mis-
  souri, Site Enforcement Tracking System, Potentially respon-
  sible parties.
 0693  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for Montana
  Order Number PB90-243338CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; 2 Aug 90
  When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive Environmental  Response, Compensation and Liabil-
  ity Act) site, EPA must conduct a search to identify parties
  with  potential  financial responsibility for remediation of  un-
  controlled  hazardous waste sites. EPA regional Superfund
  Waste  Management Staff  issue a  notice letter to the poten-
  tially responsible party  (PRP). Data from this notice letter is
  used to form the Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS).
  The data includes PRP name and address, a company con-
  tact person, the date the notice was issued, and the related
   CERCLA site name and  identification  number.  SETS was
   created to track PRP identification at both NPL (National Pri-
   ority List)  and  non-NPL sites. SETS does  not address  the
   range of other administrative duties related to tracking  the
   PRP. These lists (updated quarterly) represent EPA's prelimi-
   nary findings on  the identities of potentially responsible par-
   ties. Inclusion on these lists does not constitute a final deter-
   mination concerning the liability of any party for the hazard or
   contamination at any  CERCLA site. The  site report is  de-
   signed to  provide PRP information linked by the associated
   site, which appears according to  Montana where the site is
   located.
   Specifications: Also available in  set of 6 reports PC E99/
   MF E99] RB90-243312. See also PB90-243320 and PB90-
   243346. 13p.
   Subject index keywords: Hazardous materials, Waste  dis-
   posal,  Montana, Coordinated procurement, Directories,  Site
   Enforcement Tracking  System,  Superfund,  Remedial action.
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                                                                     PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION: Enforcement
 0694  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
   Listing by Site for Montana
   Order Number PB91-131029CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Waste Programs Enforcement; 19 Dec 90
   When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
   hensive Environmental Response, Compensation and  Liabil-
   ity Act) site, EPA must conduct a search to identify parties
   with potential  financial  responsibility for  remediation  of un-
   controlled  hazardous waste  sites. EPA  regional Superfund
   Waste Management Staff issue a notice  letter to the  poten-
   tially responsible party (PRP) for the state of Montana. Data
   from this notice letter is used to form the Site Enforcement
   Tracking System (SETS). This data includes PRP name and
   address, a  company contact person, the date the notice was
   issued, and the related CERCLA site name and identification
   number.  SETS was created to  track PRP identification at
   both NPL (National  Priority List) and  non-NPL sites.  SETS
   does not address the range of other administrative duties re-
   lated to tracking the PRP.
   Specifications: Also  available in  set of 6 reports PC  E99/
   MF E99, PB91-131003.  Supersedes PB90-243338. See also
   PB91-131011 andPB91-131037. 13p.
  Subject  index keywords:  Hazardous materials,  Montana,
  Waste disposal, Coordinated procurement, Directories, Site
  Enforcement Tracking System, Superfund, Remedial action,
  Potentially responsible parties.

0695  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for Montana
  Order Number PB91-170894CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; 5 Apr 91
  When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive  Environmental Response, Compensation and Liabil-
  ity Act) site, EPA must conduct a search to identify parties
  with potential financial responsibility for remediation of un-
  controlled hazardous  waste sites.  EPA regional  Superfund
  Waste Management Staff issued a notice letter to the poten-
  tially responsible party (PRP). Data from this notice letter is
  used to form the Site  Enforcement Tracking System (SETS).
  This data includes  PRP name and address, a company con-
  tact person, the date the notice was issued, and the related
  CERCLA  site name  and identification  number.  SETS  was
  created to track PRP identification at both  NPL (National Pri-
  ority List) and  non-NPL  sites. SETS does not address the
  range  of other  administrative duties related to tracking the
  PRP. The site report is designed to provide PRP information
  linked by the associated site, which appears according to the
  state where  the site is  located.
  Specifications: Also  available in  set of 6 reports PC  E99/
  MF E99, PB91-170878. Supersedes PB91-131029. See  also
  PB91 -170886 and PB91 -170902. 15p.
  Subject index  keywords: Hazardous materials, Waste dis-
  posal,  Superfund, Notification  procedures, Directories,  Mon-
  tana, Site Enforcement Tracking System, Potentially respon-
  sible parties.
 0696  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
   Listing by Site for Nebraska
   Order Number PB90-243304CDH, price: PC A02/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Waste Programs Enforcement; 2 Aug 90
   When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
   hensive  Environmental Response, Compensation and  Liabil-
   ity Act) site, EPA must conduct a search to  identify parties
   with potential  financial responsibility for  remediation of un-
   controlled  hazardous  waste  sites. EPA  regional Superfund
   Waste Management Staff issue a notice  letter to the poten-
   tially responsible party (PRP). Data from  this  notice letter is
   used to form the Site  Enforcement Tracking System (SETS).
   The data includes PRP name and address, a company con-
   tact person, the date the notice was issued, and the related
   CERCLA site  name  and identification number.  SETS was
   created to track PRP identification at both NPL (National Pri-
   ority List) and non-NPL  sites. SETS does  not address the
   range of other administrative duties  related to tracking the
   PRP. These lists (updated quarterly) represent EPA's prelimi-
   nary findings on the identities of potentially responsible par-
   ties. Inclusion on these lists does not constitute a final deter-
   mination concerning the liability of any party for the hazard or
   contamination  at any  CERCLA site.  The site  report is de-
   signed to provide  PRP information linked by the associated
   site, which  appears according to Nebraska where the site is
   located.
   Specifications: Also available in  set of 4 reports PC  E99/
   MF E99,  PB90-243262. See also PB90-243296. 10p.
  Subject index keywords:  Hazardous materials, Waste dis-
  posal, Nebraska, Coordinated procurement, Directories, Site
  Enforcement Tracking  System, Superfund, Remedial action.

0697 Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for Nebraska
  Order Number PB91-130997CDH, price: PC A02/MF A01
  Environmental Protection  Agency, Washington,  DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; 19 Dec 90
  When  expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liabil-
  ity Act) site, EPA must conduct a search to identify parties
  with potential financial responsibility for remediation of un-
  controlled hazardous waste sites.  EPA regional  Superfund
  Waste Management Staff issue a notice letter to the poten-
  tially responsible party (PRP) for the state  of Nebraska.  Data
  from this  notice letter is used to form the Site  Enforcement
  Tracking System (SETS).  This data includes PRP name and
  address, a company contact person, the date the notice was
  issued, and  the related CERCLA site name and identification
  number.  SETS  was created to track  PRP  identification at
  both NPL (National Priority List)  and non-NPL sites. SETS
  does not address the range of other administrative duties re-
  lated to tracking the PRP.
  Specifications: Also available in set of 4 reports PC E99/
  MF E99, PB91-130955. Supersedes PB90-243304, See also
  PB91-130989. 8p.
  Subject  index  keywords:  Hazardous  materials, Nebraska,
  Waste  disposal, Coordinated procurement, Directories,  Site
  Enforcement Tracking System, Superfund, Remedial  action,
  Potentially responsible parties.
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PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION: Enforcement
0698  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for Nebraska
  Order Number PB91-170860CDH, price: PC A02/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; 5 Apr 91
  When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive Environmental Response, Compensation  and Liabil-
  ity Act) site, EPA must  conduct a  search to identify parties
  with potential financial  responsibility for remediation of un-
  controlled  hazardous waste sites.  EPA regional  Superfund
  Waste Management Staff issued a  notice letter to the poten-
  tially responsible party (PRP). Data from this notice letter  is
  used to form the Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS).
  This data includes PRP  name and  address, a company con-
  tact person, the date the notice was issued, and the related
  CERCLA site name  and  identification number. SETS was
  created to track PRP identification at both NPL (National Pri-
  ority List)  and non-NPL sites. SETS does  not address the
  range of other administrative duties related to tracking the
  PRP, The  site report is  designed to provide PRP information
  linked by the associated site, which appears according to the
  state where the site is located.
  Specifications: Also available in set of 4 reports PC E99/
  MF E99, PB91-170829.  Supersedes PB91-130997. See also
  PB91-170852. 10p.
  Subject Index keywords: Hazardous materials,  Waste dis-
  posal, Superfund, Notification procedures, Directories, Ne-
  braska,  Site Enforcement  Tracking  System,  Potentially re-
  sponsible parties.
0699 Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for Nevada
  Order Number PB90-243429CDH, price: PC A01/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; 2 Aug 90
  When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive Environmental  Response,  Compensation and Liabil-
  ity Act) site, EPA must conduct a search  to identify parties
  with potential financial  responsibility for remediation of un-
  controlled hazardous waste sites. EPA regional Superfund
  Waste Management Staff issue a notice letter to the poten-
  tially responsible party  (PRP). Data from this notice letter is
  used  to form the Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS).
  The data includes PRP name and  address, a company con-
  tact person, the date the notice was issued, and the related
  CERCLA  site  name and identification number.  SETS was
  created to track PRP identification  at both  NPL (National Pri-
  ority  List) and non-NPL sites. SETS does not address the
  range of other administrative duties related to tracking the
  PRP. These lists (updated quarterly) represent EPA's prelimi-
  nary findings on the identities of potentially responsible par-
  ties. Inclusion on these  lists does not constitute a final deter-
  mination concerning the liability of any party for the hazard or
  contamination at any CERCLA site. The  site report is de-
  signed to provide PRP  information linked  by the associated
  site, which appears according to Nevada where the site is  lo-
  cated.
  Specifications: Also available in set of 6 reports  PC E99/
  MF E99,  PB90-243387. See also PB90-243411  and PB90-
  243437. 5p.
  Subject index  keywords: Hazardous materials,   Nevada,
  Waste disposal, Coordinated procurement, Directories, Site
  Enforcement Tracking  System, Superfund, Remedial action.
0700  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for Nevada
  Order Number PB91-131110CDH, price: PC A01/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; 19 Dec 90
  When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive Environmental Response, Compensation  and Liabil-
  ity Act) site, EPA must  conduct a  search to identify parties
  with  potential financial responsibility for remediation of un-
  controlled hazardous waste sites.  EPA regional  Superfund
  Waste Management Staff  issue a notice letter to  the poten-
  tially responsible party (PRP) for the state of Nevada.  Data
  from this notice letter is used to form the Site Enforcement
  Tracking  System (SETS). This data includes PRP name and
  address,  a company contact person, the date the  notice was
  issued, and the related CERCLA site name and identification
  number.  SETS was created  to track PRP identification at
  both NPL (National  Priority  List) and non-NPL sites. SETS
  does not address the range of other administrative duties re-
  lated to tracking the  PRP.
  Specifications:  Also available in set of 6 reports PC  E99/
  MF E99, PB91-131078. Supersedes PB90-243429. See also
  PB91-131102 and PB91-131128. 4p.
  Subject  index  keywords:  Hazardous materials,  Nevada,
  Waste disposal,  Coordinated procurement,  Directories, Site
  Enforcement Tracking System,  Superfund, Remedial action,
  Potentially responsible parties.
0701   Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for Nevada
  Order Number PB91-170985CDH, price: PC A02/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; 5 Apr 91
  When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive Environmental Response,  Compensation and Liabil-
  ity Act) site, EPA must conduct a  search to identify parties
  with potential financial  responsibility for remediation of un-
  controlled hazardous waste  sites.  EPA regional Superfund
  Waste Management Staff issued a  notice letter to the poten-
  tially responsible party (PRP). Data from this notice letter is
  used to form the Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS).
  This data includes PRP name and  address, a company con-
  tact person, the  date the  notice was issued, and  the related
  CERCLA site name and identification number.  SETS was
  created to track  PRP identification  at both NPL (National Pri-
  ority  List) and non-NPL sites. SETS does not address the
  range of other  administrative duties related to tracking the
  PRP. The site report is designed to provide PRP  information
  linked by the associated site, which appears according to the
  state where the site is located.
  Specifications: Also available  in  set of 6 reports PC E99/
  MF E99, PB91-170944. Supersedes PB91-131110. See also
  PB91-170977 and PB91-170993. 7p.
  Subject index  keywords: Hazardous materials,  Waste dis-
  posal,   Superfund,   Notification   procedures,   Directories,
  Nevada, Site Enforcement Tracking System, Potentially re-
  sponsible parties.
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                                                                     PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION: Enforcement
 0702  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
   Listing by Site for New Hampshire
   Order Number PB90-242918CDH, price: PC A06/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Waste Programs Enforcement; 2 Aug 90
   When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
   hensive Environmental Response, Compensation and  Liabil-
   ity Act) site, EPA must conduct a search to identify parties
   with potential  financial responsibility for  remediation  of un-
   controlled  hazardous  waste  sites. EPA  regional Superfund
   Waste Management Staff issue a notice  letter to the  poten-
   tially responsible party (PRP). Data from  this notice letter is
   used to form the Site  Enforcement Tracking System (SETS).
   The data includes PRP name and address, a company con-
   tact person, the date the notice was issued, and the related
   CERCLA site  name  and identification number. SETS was
   created to track PRP identification at both NPL (National Pri-
   ority List) and non-NPL  sites. SETS does  not address the
   range of other administrative duties related to tracking the
   PRP. These lists (updated quarterly) represent EPA's prelimi-
   nary findings on the identities of potentially responsible par-
   ties. Inclusion on these lists does not constitute a final deter-
   mination concerning the liability of any party for the hazard or
   contamination  at any  CERCLA site. The site report  is de-
   signed to provide  PRP information linked by the associated
   site, which  appears according to New Hampshire where the
   site is located.
   Specifications: Also  available in  set of 6 reports PC  E99/
   MF E99, PB90-242876. See  also PB90-242900 and PB90-
  242926. 109p.
  Subject index keywords: Hazardous materials, New Hamp-
  shire, Waste disposal,  Coordinated procurement,  Directories,
  Site  Enforcement Tracking  System,  Superfund, Remedial
  action.

0703  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for New Hampshire
  Order Number PB91-130567CDH, price: PC A06/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; 19 Dec 90
  When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive  Environmental Response, Compensation and Liabil-
  ity Act) site, EPA must conduct a search to identify parties
  with potential financial responsibility for remediation of un-
  controlled hazardous  waste  sites. EPA regional Superfund
  Waste Management Staff issue a notice letter to the poten-
  tially responsible party (PRP) for  the state of New Hamp-
  shire. Data from this notice letter is used to form the  Site En-
  forcement Tracking System (SETS). This data includes  PRP
  name and address, a company contact person, the date the
  notice was issued, and the related CERCLA site name and
  identification number. SETS was created to track PRP identi-
  fication at both NPL  (National  Priority List) and non-NPL
  sites. SETS  does not address the range of other  administra-
  tive duties related to tracking the PRP.
  Specifications: Also available in set of 6 reports PC  E99/
  MF E99,  PB91-130526. Supersedes PB90-242918. See  also
  PB91-130559 and PB91-130575. 109p.
  Subject index keywords: Hazardous materials, New Hamp-
  shire, Waste disposal,  Coordinated procurement, Directories,
  Site Enforcement  Tracking System,  Superfund,  Remedial
  action, Potentially responsible parties.
 0704  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
   Listing by Site for New Hampshire
   Order Number PB91-170472CDH, price: PC A06/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Waste Programs Enforcement; 5 Apr 91
   When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
   hensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liabil-
   ity Act) site, EPA must conduct a search  to identify parties
   with potential  financial  responsibility for remediation  of un-
   controlled hazardous waste  sites. EPA regional Superfund
   Waste Management Staff issued a notice letter to the  poten-
   tially responsible party (PRP). Data from this notice letter is
   used to form the Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS).
   This data includes PRP name and address, a company con-
   tact person, the date the notice was issued, and the related
   CERCLA site  name  and identification number. SETS was
   created to track PRP identification at both NPL (National Pri-
   ority List)  and non-NPL  sites. SETS does not address the
   range of other administrative  duties related to tracking the
   PRP. The site  report is designed to provide PRP information
   linked by the associated site, which appears according to the
   state where the site is located.
   Specifications: Also  available in  set of 6 reports PC E99/
   MF E99, PB91-170431. Supersedes PB91-130567. See also
   PB91-130559 and PB91-170480. 109p.
  Subject index keywords:  Hazardous materials, Waste dis-
  posal, Superfund, Notification  procedures,  Directories, New
  Hampshire, Site  Enforcement Tracking  System,  Potentially
  responsible parties.

0705  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for New Jersey
  Order Number PB90-242959CDH, price: PC A07/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; 2 Aug 90
  When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive  Environmental Response, Compensation and Liabil-
  ity Act) site, EPA must conduct a search to identify parties
  with potential  financial responsibility for  remediation of un-
  controlled hazardous  waste sites.  EPA regional Superfund
  Waste Management Staff issue a  notice letter to the poten-
  tially responsible party (PRP). Data from  this notice letter is
  used to form the Site  Enforcement Tracking System (SETS).
  The data includes PRP name and address, a company con-
  tact person, the date the  notice was issued, and the related
  CERCLA site  name  and identification number.  SETS was
  created to track PRP identification  at both NPL (National Pri-
  ority List) and  non-NPL  sites.  SETS does  not  address the
  range  of other  administrative  duties related to  tracking the
  PRP. These lists (updated quarterly) represent EPA's prelimi-
  nary findings on the identities of potentially responsible par-
  ties. Inclusion on these lists does not constitute a final deter-
  mination concerning the liability of any party for the hazard or
  contamination at  any  CERCLA  site. The site report is de-
  signed to provide PRP information linked by the associated
  site, which appears according  to New Jersey where  the site
  is located.
  Specifications: Also  available in set of 3 reports PC  E99/
  MF E99, PB90-242942. See also  PB90-242942 and PB90-
  242967. 128p.
  Subject index keywords: Hazardous materials, New Jersey,
  Coordinated procurement, Directories, Waste disposal, Site
  Enforcement Tracking  System,  Remedial  action, Superfund.
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PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION: Enforcement
0706  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for New Jersey
  Order Number PB91-130609CDH, price: PC A07/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; 19 Dec 90
  When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive Environmental Response, Compensation  and Liabil-
  ity Act) site, EPA must conduct a  search to identify parties
  with potential financial responsibility for remediation of un-
  controlled  hazardous waste sites.  EPA regional  Superfund
  Waste Management Staff issue a notice letter to  the poten-
  tially responsible party (PRP) for the state of New Jersey.
  Data from  this notice letter is used  to form the Site  Enforce-
  ment Tracking System  (SETS). This data includes  PRP name
  and address, a company contact person, the date the 'notice
  was issued, and the related CERCLA site name and identifi-
  cation number. SETS was created to track PRP identification
  at both NPL (National Priority List)  and non-NPL sites. SETS
  does not address the range of other administrative duties re-
  lated to tracking the PRP.
  Specifications: Also available in set of 3  reports PC  E99/
  MF E99, PB91-130591. Supersedes PB90-242959. See also
  PB91-130617. 126p.
  Subject index keywords: Hazardous materials, New Jersey,
  Waste disposal,  Coordinated procurement,  Directories, Site
  Enforcement Tracking  System, Superfund,  Remedial action,
  Potentially responsible parties.

0707  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for New Jersey
  Order Number PB91-170514CDH, price: PC A07/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs  Enforcement; 5 Apr 91
  When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive Environmental Response,  Compensation  and Liabil-
  ity Act)  site, EPA must conduct a  search to identify parties
  with potential financial responsibility for remediation of un-
  controlled  hazardous waste sites.  EPA regional  Superfund
  Waste Management Staff issued a  notice letter to the poten-
  tially responsible party (PRP). Data from this notice letter  is
  used to form the Site Enforcement  Tracking System (SETS).
  This data includes PRP name and  address, a  company con-
  tact person, the date the notice was issued, and the related
  CERCLA site name and  identification number. SETS was
  created to track PRP identification at both NPL (National Pri-
  ority List)  and non-NPL sites. SETS does  not address the
  range of other administrative duties related to tracking the
  PRP. The  site report is designed to provide PRP information
  linked by the associated site, which appears according to the
  state where the site is located.
  Specifications: Also available in set of 3  reports PC  E99/
  MF E99, PB91-170506. Supersedes PB91-130609. See also
  PB91-170522. 128p.
  Subject index keywords: Hazardous materials, Waste dis-
  posal, Superfund, Notification procedures,  Directories, New
  Jersey,  Site Enforcement Tracking System,  Potentially re-
  sponsible parties.
0708  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for New Mexico
  Order Number PB90-243239CDH, price: PC A02/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; 2 Aug 90
  When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive  Environmental Response, Compensation  and Liabil-
  ity Act) site, EPA must conduct a search to identify parties
  with  potential financial responsibility for remediation  of  un-
  controlled  hazardous waste sites. EPA  regional  Superfund
  Waste Management  Staff issue a notice letter to  the poten-
  tially responsible party (PRP). Data from this notice letter is
  used ,to form the Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS).
  The data includes PRP name and address, a company con-
  tact person, the date the notice was issued, and the related
  CERCLA site name  and identification number.  SETS was
  created to track PRP identification at both NPL (National  Pri-
  ority List)  and  non-NPL sites.  SETS  does not  address  the
  range of other administrative duties related to  tracking  the
  PRP. These lists  (updated quarterly) represent EPA's prelimi-
  nary findings on the identities of potentially responsible par-
  ties. Inclusion on these lists does not constitute a final deter-
  mination concerning the liability of any party for the hazard or
  contamination at any CERCLA site. The site report is  de-
  signed to  provide PRP information linked by the  associated
  site, which appears according to  New Mexico where the  site
  is located.
  Specifications: Also available in set of 5  reports PC E99/
  MF E99, PB90-243205. See also PB90-243221  and PB90-
  243247. 9p.
  Subject   index   keywords:   Hazardous   materials,  New
  Mexico,  Waste disposal, Coordinated  procurement, Directo-
  ries, Site Enforcement Tracking System, Superfund, Remedi-
  al action.

0709  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for New Mexico
  Order Number PB91-130922CDH, price: PC A02/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs  Enforcement;  19 Dec  90
  When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive  Environmental Response, Compensation  and  Liabil-
  ity Act) site, EPA must conduct a search to identify  parties
  with  potential financial responsibility for remediation of  un-
  controlled  hazardous waste sites.  EPA regional  Superfund
  Waste Management Staff issue a notice letter to  the poten-
  tially responsible party (PRP) for the state of New Mexico.
  Data from this notice letter is used to form the Site Enforce-
  ment Tracking System (SETS). This data includes  PRP name
  and address, a company contact person, the date the notice
  was issued, and  the related CERCLA site name and identifi-
  cation number. SETS was created to track  PRP identification
  at both NPL (National Priority List) and non-NPL sites. SETS
  does not address the range of other administrative duties re-
  lated to tracking the  PRP.
  Specifications: Also available in set of 5 reports PC E99/
  MF E99, PB91-130898. Supersedes PB90-243239. See also
  PB91-130914 and PB91-130930. 8p.
  Subject   index   keywords:  Hazardous   materials,   New
  Mexico,  Waste disposal, Coordinated  procurement, Directo-
  ries, Site Enforcement Tracking System,  Superfund, Remedi-
  al action, Potentially  responsible parties.
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                                                                     PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION: Enforcement
 0710  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
   Listing by Site for New Mexico
   Order Number PB91-170795CDH, price: PC A02/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Waste Programs Enforcement; 5 Apr 91
   When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
   hensive Environmental  Response, Compensation and Liabil-
   ity Act) site, EPA must conduct a search  to identify parties
   with potential  financial  responsibility for remediation of  un-
   controlled hazardous waste sites. EPA regional Superfund
   Waste Management Staff issued a notice letter to the poten-
   tially responsible party (PRP).  Data from this notice letter is
   used to form the Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS).
   This data includes PRP name  and address, a company con-
   tact person, the date the notice was issued, and the related
   CERCLA site  name  and identification number. SETS was
   created to track PRP identification at both NPL (National Pri-
   ority List)  and non-NPL sites. SETS does not address the
   range of other administrative  duties related  to tracking the
   PRP. The site  report is  designed to provide PRP information
   linked by the associated site, which appears according to the
  state where the site is located.
  Specifications: Also  available in set of 5 reports PC E99/
  MF E99, PB91-170761.  Supersedes PB91-130922. See also
  PB91-170787 and PB91-170803. 9p.
  Subject index keywords:  Hazardous materials, Waste dis-
  posal, Superfund, Notification  procedures, Directories,  New
  Mexico, Site Enforcement  Tracking System, Potentially  re-
  sponsible parties.

0711  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for New York
  Order Number PB90-242967CDH,  price: PC A03/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement;  2 Aug 90
  When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liabil-
  ity Act) site,  EPA must  conduct a search to identify parties
  with potential financial responsibility for remediation of  un-
  controlled  hazardous  waste sites. EPA regional  Superfund
  Waste Management Staff issue a notice letter to the poten-
  tially responsible party (PRP). Data from this notice letter is
  used to form the Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS).
  The data includes PRP name and address, a company con-
  tact person, the date the notice was issued, and the related
  CERCLA site  name  and identification number. SETS  was
  created to track PRP identification at both NPL (National Pri-
  ority List) and  non-NPL sites.  SETS does not  address the
  range of other administrative duties related to  tracking the
  PRP. These lists (updated quarterly) represent EPA's prelimi-
  nary findings on the identities of potentially responsible par-
  ties. Inclusion on these lists does not constitute a final deter-
  mination concerning the liability of any party for the hazard or
  contamination  at  any CERCLA site. The site report is de-
  signed to provide PRP information linked by the associated
  site, which  appears according to New York  where the site is
  located.
  Specifications: Also available  in set of 3 reports  PC E99/
  MF E99, PB90-242942.  See also PB90-242959 and PB90-
  242975. 33p.
  Subject index  keywords: Hazardous materials, New York,
  Coordinated procurement, Directories, Waste disposal, Site
  Enforcement Tracking System,  Remedial action, Superfund.
 0712  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
   Listing by Site for New York
   Order Number PB91-130617CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Waste Programs Enforcement; 19 Dec 90
   When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
   hensive  Environmental Response, Compensation and  Liabil-
   ity Act) site,  EPA must conduct a search to identify parties
   with potential financial responsibility for remediation of un-
   controlled  hazardous  waste  sites.  EPA regional Superfund
   Waste Management Staff issue a notice letter to the poten-
   tially responsible party (PRP) for the state of New York. Data
   from this notice letter is used to form the Site Enforcement
   Tracking System (SETS). This data includes PRP name and
   address, a  company contact person, the date the notice was
   issued, and the related CERCLA site name and identification
   number.  SETS was created to track  PRP identification  at
   both NPL  (National Priority List)  and non-NPL sites.  SETS
   does not address the range of other administrative duties re-
   lated to tracking the PRP.
   Specifications: Also available in set of 3  reports PC E99/
   MF E99, PB91-130591. Supersedes PB90-242967. See also
   PB91-130609 and PB91-130625. 30p.
   Subject  index keywords: Hazardous materials,  New York,
   Waste disposal,  Coordinated procurement, Directories, Site
   Enforcement  Tracking System,  Superfund,  Remedial action,
   Potentially responsible parties.

0713 Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
   Listing by Site for New York
   Order Number PB91-170522CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Waste Programs Enforcement; 5 Apr 91
  When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
   hensive  Environmental Response, Compensation and Liabil-
   ity Act) site, EPA must conduct a search  to identify parties
  with potential financial responsibility for remediation of un-
  controlled hazardous waste sites.  EPA regional  Superfund
  Waste Management Staff issued a notice letter to the poten-
  tially responsible  party (PRP). Data from this notice  letter is
  used to form the Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS).
  This data includes PRP name and address, a company  con-
  tact person, the date the notice was issued, and the related
  CERCLA site name and identification  number. SETS  was
  created to track PRP identification at both NPL (National Pri-
  ority List) and non-NPL sites. SETS does  not address the
  range, of other administrative duties related to tracking the
  PRP. The site report is designed to provide PRP information
,  linked  by the associated site, which appears according to the
  state where the site is located.
  Specifications: Also available in set of 3 reports  PC  E99/
  MF E99,  PB91-170506. Supersedes  PB91-130617. See  also
  PB91-170514  and PB91-170530. 32p.
  Subject  index keywords:  Hazardous  materials, Waste dis-
  posal,  Superfund, Notification procedures, Directories,  New
  York, Site Enforcement Tracking System, Potentially respon-
  sible parties.
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PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION: Enforcement
0714  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for North Carolina
  Order Number PB90-243106CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; 2 Aug 90
  When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liabil-
  ity Act) site, EPA must conduct a search to identify parties
  with potential financial  responsibility for remediation of un-
  controlled hazardous waste sites.  EPA regional Superfund
  Waste Management Staff issue a notice letter to the poten-
  tially responsible party (PRP).  Data from this notice letter  is
  used to form the Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS).
  The data includes PRP name and address, a company con-
  tact person, the date the notice was issued, and the related
  CERCLA site name  and identification number. SETS  was
  created to track PRP identification at both NPL (National Pri-
  ority List) and non-NPL sites. SETS does not  address the
  range of other administrative  duties related  to  tracking the
  PRP. These lists (updated quarterly) represent EPA's prelimi-
  nary findings  on the identities of potentially responsible par-
  ties. Inclusion on these lists does not constitute a final deter-
  mination concerning the liability of any party for the hazard  or
  contamination at any CERCLA site. The site  report is de-
  signed to provide PRP  information linked by the associated
  site, which appears according to North Carolina where the
  site is located.
  Specifications: Also available in set of 8 reports PC E99/
  MF E99, PB90-243049.  See also PB90-243098 and PB90-
  243114. 31 p.
  Subject Index keywords:  Hazardous materials, North Caro-
  lina, Waste disposal. Coordinated  procurement, Directories,
  Site  Enforcement  Tracking  System,  Superfund,  Remedial
  action.

0715 Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for North Carolina
  Order Number PB91-130740CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; 19 Dec 90
  When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liabil-
  ity Act)  site, EPA must conduct a search to identify parties
  with potential financial  responsibility for remediation of un-
  controlled hazardous waste  sites. EPA regional Superfund
  Waste Management Staff issue a notice letter to the poten-
  tially responsible party (PRP) for the state of North Carolina.
  Data from this notice letter is used to form the Site Enforce-
  ment Tracking System (SETS). This data includes PRP name
  and address,  a company contact person, the date the notice
  was issued, and the related CERCLA site name and identifi-
  cation number. SETS was created to track PRP identification
  at both NPL (National Priority List) and non-NPL sites. SETS
  does not address the range of other administrative duties re-
  lated to tracking the PRP.
  Specifications: Also available in set of 8 reports PC E99/
  MF E99, PB91-130690. Supersedes PB90-243106. See also
  PB91-130732 and PB91-130757. 29p.
  Subject index keywords:  Hazardous materials, North Caro-
  lina, Waste disposal, Coordinated  procurement, Directories,
  Site  Enforcement Tracking  System, Superfund, Remedial
  action, Potentially responsible parties.
0716  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for North Carolina
  Order Number PB91-170662CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; 5 Apr 91
  When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liabil-
  ity Act) site, EPA  must  conduct a  search to identify parties
  with potential financial responsibility for remediation of un-
  controlled hazardous waste sites.  EPA regional Superfund
  Waste Management  Staff issued a notice letter to the poten-
  tially responsible party (PRP). Data from this notice letter is
  used to form the Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS).
  This data includes PRP  name and address, a company con-
  tact person, the date the notice was issued, and the related
  CERCLA site name  and identification number. SETS  was
  created to track PRP identification at both NPL (National Pri-
  ority  List) and  non-NPL  sites. SETS does  not address the
  range of other administrative duties related to tracking the
  PRP. The site report is designed to provide PRP information
  linked by the associated site, which appears according to the
  state where the site is located.
  Specifications: Also available in set of 8 reports PC  E99/
  MF E99, PB91-170605.  Supersedes PB91-130740. See  also
  PB91 -170654 and PB91 -170670. 31 p.
  Subject  index keywords: Hazardous materials, Waste dis-
  posal, Superfund,  Notification procedures,  Directories, North
  Carolina, Site Enforcement Tracking System, Potentially re-
  sponsible parties.

0717  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for North Dakota
  Order Number PB90-243346CDH, price: PC A02/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; 2 Aug 90
  When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liabil-
  ity Act) site, EPA must conduct a search  to identify parties
  with  potential financial  responsibility for remediation  of un-
  controlled hazardous waste sites. EPA regional Superfund
  Waste Management Staff issue a notice letter to the poten-
  tially responsible party (PRP). Data from this  notice  letter is
  used to form the Site Enforcement Tracking System  (SETS).
  The data includes PRP  name and  address, a company  con-
  tact person, the date the notice was issued, and the related
  CERCLA  site  name and identification number.  SETS  was
  created to track PRP identification at both  NPL (National Pri-
  ority List) and non-NPL sites. SETS does not  address the
  range of other administrative duties related to  tracking the
  PRP.  These lists (updated quarterly) represent EPA's prelimi-
  nary findings on the identities of potentially responsible par-
  ties.  Inclusion on these lists does not constitute a final deter-
  mination concerning the liability of any party for the hazard or
  contamination  at  any CERCLA site. The  site report is de-
  signed to provide PRP  information  linked  by the associated
  site, which appears according to North Dakota where the site
  is located.
  Specifications: Also available in set of 6  reports PC E99/
  MF E99,  PB90-243312.  See also  PB90-243338 and PB90-
  243353. 7p.
  Subject  index  keywords:  Hazardous  materials, Waste dis-
  posal, North Dakota, Coordinated procurement,  Directories,
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                                                                     PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION: Enforcement
   Site Enforcement  Tracking  System, Superfund,  Remedial
   action.

 0718  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
   Listing by Site for North Dakota
   Order Number PB91-131037CDH, price: PC A02/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Waste Programs Enforcement; 19 Dec 90
   When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
   hensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liabil-
   ity Act) site, EPA must conduct a  search  to identify parties
   with potential  financial  responsibility for remediation of un-
   controlled hazardous waste  sites.  EPA regional Superfund
   Waste Management Staff issue a notice letter to the poten-
   tially responsible party (PRP) for the state of North Dakota.
   Data from this notice letter is used to form the Site Enforce-
   ment Tracking System (SETS). This data includes PRP name
   and address, a company contact person, the date the notice
   was issued, and the related CERCLA site name  and identifi-
   cation number. SETS was created to track  PRP identification
   at both NPL (National Priority List) and non-NPL  sites. SETS
   does not address the range of other administrative duties re-
   lated to tracking the PRP.
  Specifications: Also  available in set of 6  reports  PC E99/
   MF E99, PB91-131003.  Supersedes PB90-243346. See also
  PB91-131029  and PB91-131045. 7p.
  Subject  index  keywords:   Hazardous  materials,   North
  Dakota, Waste disposal, Coordinated procurement, Directo-
  ries, Site Enforcement Tracking System, Superfund, Remedi-
  al action, Potentially responsible parties.

0719  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for North Dakota
  Order Number PB91-170902CDH, price: PC A02/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; 5 Apr 91
  When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liabil-
  ity Act) site, EPA must conduct a search to identify parties
  with potential  financial responsibility  for  remediation  of  un-
  controlled  hazardous  waste sites. EPA  regional Superfund
  Waste Management Staff issued a notice letter to the poten-
  tially responsible party (PRP). Data from  this notice letter is
  used to form the Site  Enforcement Tracking System (SETS).
  This data  includes PRP name and address, a company con-
  tact person, the date the notice was issued, and  the related
  CERCLA site  name  and identification number.  SETS  was
  created to track PRP identification at both NPL (National Pri-
  ority List)  and non-NPL sites. SETS  does  not address the
  range of other administrative duties related to tracking the
  PRP. The site  report is designed to provide PRP  information
  linked by the associated site, which appears according to the
  state where the site is located.
  Specifications: Also available in set of 6 reports PC E99/
  MF E99, PB91-170878. Supersedes PB91-131037. See also
  PB91-170894 and PB91-170910. 8p.
  Subject index  keywords: Hazardous materials,  Waste dis-
  posal, Superfund, Notification  procedures, Directories, North
  Dakota, Site Enforcement Tracking  System,  Potentially  re-
  sponsible parties.
 0720  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
   Listing by Site for Northern Marianas
   Order Number PB90-243437CDH, price: PC A01/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Waste Programs Enforcement; 2 Aug 90
   When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
   hensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liabil-
   ity Act) site, EPA must conduct a search  to identify parties
   with potential  financial  responsibility for remediation of un-
   controlled hazardous waste sites. EPA regional Superfund
   Waste Management Staff issue a notice letter to the poten-
   tially responsible party (PRP).  Data from this notice letter is
   used to form the Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS).
   The data includes PRP name and address, a company con-
   tact person,  the date the notice was  issued, and the related
   CERCLA site  name  and  identification number.  SETS was
   created to track PRP identification at  both NPL (National Pri-
   ority List)  and non-NPL sites. SETS does not address the
   range of other administrative duties  related to tracking the
   PRP. These  lists (updated quarterly) represent EPA's prelimi-
   nary findings on the identities of potentially responsible par-
   ties. Inclusion on these lists does not  constitute a final deter-
   mination concerning the liability of any party for the hazard or
   contamination  at any CERCLA site.  The site report is de-
   signed to provide PRP information linked by the associated
   site, which appears  according to Northern Mariana Islands
  where the site is located.
  Specifications: Also  available in  set of 6 reports PC E99/
   MF E99, PB90-243387. See also  PB90-243429 and PB90-
  243445. 5p.
  Subject index keywords: Hazardous materials,  Mariana  Is-
  lands, Waste disposal, Coordinated procurement, Directories,
  Site Enforcement Tracking  System, Superfund,  Remedial
  action.

0721  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for Northern Marianas
  Order Number PB91-131128CDH, price:  PC A01/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; 19 Dec 90
  When  expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive  Environmental Response, Compensation and Liabil-
  ity Act) site,  EPA must conduct a search to identify parties
  with potential financial responsibility for remediation  of un-
  controlled  hazardous  waste  sites.  EPA regional  Superfund
  Waste Management Staff issue a notice letter to the poten-
  tially responsible party (PRP) for the Northern Mariana Is-
  lands.  Data from this notice letter  is  used to form the Site
  Enforcement  Tracking System (SETS). This data includes
  PRP name and address, a company contact person, the date
  the  notice  was issued, and the related CERCLA site name
  and identification number.  SETS  was created to track PRP
  identification at both NPL (National Priority List) and non-NPL
  sites. SETS does not address the range of other administra-
  tive duties related to tracking the PRP.
  Specifications: Also available in set  of 6 reports  PC E99/
  MF E99, PB91-131078. Supersedes PB90-243437. See also
  PB91-131110 and PB91-131136. 4p.
  Subject  index  keywords:  Hazardous materials, Mariana Is-
  lands, Waste  disposal, Coordinated procurement,  Directories,
  Site Enforcement  Tracking System,  Superfund,  Remedial
  action, Potentially responsible parties.
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PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION: Enforcement
0722  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for Northern Marianas
  Order Number PB91-170993CDH, price: PC A01/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; 5 Apr 91
  When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liabil-
  ity Act) site, EPA must conduct a  search to identify parties
  with potential financial responsibility for remediation of un-
  controlled hazardous waste sites.  EPA regional Superfund
  Waste Management Staff issued a notice letter to the poten-
  tially responsible party (PRP). Data from this notice letter  is
  used to form the Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS).
  This data includes PRP name and address, a company con-
  tact person, the date the notice was issued, and the related
  CERCLA site name  and identification number. SETS  was
  created to track PRP identification at both NPL (National Pri-
  ority List) and  non-NPL  sites. SETS does  not address the
  range of other administrative duties related to tracking the
  PRP. The site report is designed to provide PRP information
  linked by the associated site, which appears according to the
  state where the site is located.
  Specifications: Also available in set of 6 reports PC  E99/
  MF E99, PB91-170944. Supersedes PB91-131128. See also
  PB91-170985 and PB91-171009. 5p.
  Subject index keywords: Hazardous materials, Waste dis-
  posal, Superfund, Notification procedures, Directories,  Mari-
  ana Islands, Site Enforcement Tracking System, Potentially
  responsible parties.

0723  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for Ohio
  Order Number PB90-243189CDH, price: PC A06/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; 2 Aug 90
  When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liabil-
  ity Act) site, EPA must conduct  a search to identify parties
  with potential financial responsibility for remediation of un-
  controlled hazardous waste sites. EPA regional Superfund
  Waste Management Staff issue a notice letter to the poten-
  tially responsible party (PRP). Data from this notice letter is
  used to form the Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS).
  The data includes PRP name and  address, a company con-
  tact person, the date the notice was issued, and the related
  CERCLA  site  name  and identification number.  SETS was
  created to track PRP identification at both NPL (National Pri-
  ority List) and non-NPL sites. SETS does not  address the
  range of other administrative duties related to  tracking the
  PRP.  These lists (updated quarterly) represent EPA's prelimi-
  nary findings on the  identities of potentially responsible par-
  ties. Inclusion on these lists does not constitute a final deter-
  mination concerning the  liability of any party for the hazard or
  contamination  at any CERCLA site. The site report is de-
  signed to provide PRP information  linked by the associated
  site, which appears according to Ohio where the site is locat-
  ed.
  Specifications: Also available in set of 6  reports PC E99/
  MF E99, PB90-243130. See also  PB90-243171 and PB90-
  243197.  105p.
  Subject index keywords: Hazardous materials, Ohio, Waste
  disposal, Coordinated procurement, Directories, Site Enforce-
  ment Tracking System, Superfund,  Remedial action.
0724  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for Ohio
  Order Number PB91-130823CDH, price: PC A06/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; 19 Dec 90
  When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive Environmental Response, Compensation  and Liabil-
  ity Act) site, EPA must  conduct a  search to identify  parties
  with  potential financial  responsibility for remediation of un-
  controlled hazardous waste sites.  EPA  regional  Superfund
  Waste Management Staff issue a notice letter to  the poten-
  tially responsible party (PRP) for the state of Ohio. Data from
  this notice letter is used to form the Site Enforcement Track-
  ing System (SETS). This data includes PRP name and ad-
  dress, a  company contact person,  the date the notice was
  issued, and the related CERCLA site name and identification
  number.  SETS was created to track PRP identification at
  both NPL (National Priority  List) and  non-NPL sites. SETS
  does not address the range of other administrative duties re-
  lated to tracking the PRP.
  Specifications:  Also available in set of 6 reports PC  E99/
  MF E99, PB91-130773.  Supersedes PB90-243189. See also
  PB91-130815 and PB91-130831. 104p.
  Subject index keywords: Hazardous materials, Ohio, Waste
  disposal, Coordinated procurement, Directories, Site Enforce-
  ment Tracking System,  Superfund, Remedial  action, Poten-
  tially responsible parties.

0725   Site Enforcement  Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for Ohio
  Order Number PB91-170746CDH, price: PC A06/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; 5 Apr 91
  When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive Environmental  Response,  Compensation  and Liabil-
  ity Act) site, EPA must conduct a  search to identify parties
  with  potential financial  responsibility for remediation of un-
  controlled hazardous waste sites.  EPA regional  Superfund
  Waste Management Staff issued a  notice letter to the poten-
  tially  responsible party (PRP).  Data from this  notice letter is
  used to form the Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS).
  This data includes PRP name  and  address, a company con-
  tact  person, the date the notice was issued, and  the related
  CERCLA site name and  identification number.  SETS  was
  created to track PRP identification  at both NPL (National Pri-
  ority  List) and non-NPL sites. SETS does  not address the
  range of other  administrative  duties related to tracking the
  PRP. The site report is  designed to provide PRP  information
  linked by the associated site, which appears according to the
  state where the site is located.
  Specifications: Also available  in set  of 6 reports PC  E99/
  MF E99, PB91-170696. Supersedes PB91-130823. See also
  PB91-170738 and PB91-170753. 115p.
  Subject index  keywords: Hazardous materials,  Waste dis-
  posal, Superfund, Notification  procedures, Directories,  Ohio,
  Site  Enforcement  Tracking System, Potentially  responsible
  parties.
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                                                                     PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION: Enforcement
 0726  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
   Listing by Site for Oklahoma
   Order Number PB90-243247CDH, price: PC A04/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Waste Programs Enforcement; 2 Aug 90
   When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
   hensive Environmental Response, Compensation and  Liabil-
   ity Act) site, EPA must conduct a search to  identify parties
   with potential  financial responsibility for remediation  of un-
   controlled  hazardous  waste  sites. EPA  regional Superfund
   Waste Management Staff issue a notice letter to the poten-
   tially responsible party (PRP). Data from this  notice letter is
   used to form the Site  Enforcement Tracking System (SETS).
   The data includes PRP name and address, a company con-
   tact person, the date the notice was issued, and the related
   CERCLA site  name  and identification  number.  SETS was
   created to track PRP identification at both NPL (National Pri-
   ority List) and non-NPL  sites. SETS does  not address the
   range of other administrative  duties related to tracking the
   PRP. These lists (updated quarterly) represent EPA's prelimi-
   nary findings on the identities of potentially responsible par-
   ties. Inclusion on these lists does not constitute a final deter-
   mination concerning the liability of any party for the hazard or
   contamination  at any  CERCLA site. The site report  is de-
   signed to provide PRP information linked by the associated
   site, which appears according to Oklahoma  where the site is
   located.
   Specifications: Also  available in  set of 5 reports PC  E99/
   MF E99, PB90-243205. See  also  PB90-243239 and PB90-
  243254. 69p.

  Subject index keywords: Hazardous materials,  Oklahoma,
  Waste disposal, Coordinated  procurement,  Directories, Site
  Enforcement Tracking  System, Superfund, Remedial action.

0727  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for Oklahoma
  Order Number PB91-130930CDH, price: PC A04/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington,  DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement;  19 Dec 90
  When expending  Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive  Environmental Response, Compensation and Liabil-
  ity Act) site, EPA must conduct a search to identify parties
  with potential financial responsibility for remediation of un-
  controlled hazardous  waste  sites.  EPA  regional  Superfund
  Waste Management Staff issue a notice letter to the poten-
  tially responsible party (PRP) for the state of  Oklahoma.  Data
  from this notice letter is used to form the Site Enforcement
  Tracking System (SETS).  This data includes PRP name and
  address, a company contact person, the date the notice was
  issued, and  the related CERCLA site name and identification
  number.  SETS  was created to track  PRP  identification at
  both NPL (National Priority List)  and non-NPL sites. SETS
  does not address the range of other administrative duties re-
  lated to tracking the PRP.
  Specifications: Also available  in  set of 5 reports PC  E99/
  MF E99, PB91-130898. Supersedes PB90-243247. See  also
  PB91-130922 and PB91-130948. 68p.
  Subject  index  keywords: Hazardous materials, Oklahoma,
  Waste disposal, Coordinated procurement, Directories,  Site
  Enforcement Tracking  System, Superfund, Remedial action,
  Potentially responsible  parties.
 0728  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
   Listing by Site for Oklahoma
   Order Number PB91-170803CDH, price: PC A04/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Waste Programs Enforcement; 5 Apr 91
  .When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
   hensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liabil-
   ity Act) site, EPA must conduct a search  to identify parties
   with potential  financial  responsibility for remediation  of un-
   controlled hazardous waste  sites. EPA regional Superfund
   Waste Management Staff issued a notice letter to the poten-
   tially responsible party (PRP). Data from this notice letter is
   used to form the Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS).
   This data includes PRP name and address, a company con-
   tact person, the date the notice was issued, and the related
   CERCLA site  name  and identification number. SETS was
   created to track PRP identification at both NPL (National Pri-
   ority List)  and non-NPL  sites. SETS does not address the
   range of other administrative duties related to tracking the
   PRP. The site  report is designed to provide PRP information
   linked by the associated, site, which appears according to the
   state where the site is located.
  Specifications: Also  available in set of 5 reports PC E99/
   MF E99.PB91-170761. Supersedes PB91-130930. See also
  PB91-170795 and PB91-170811. 69p.
  Subject index keywords:  Hazardous materials, Waste dis-
  posal, Superfund, Notification procedures, Directories, Okla-
  homa, Site Enforcement Tracking System, Potentially respon-
  sible parties.

0729  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for Oregon
  Order Number PB90-243478CDH, price: PC A02/MF A01
 .Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; 2 Aug 90
  When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive  Environmental Response, Compensation and Liabil-
  ity Act) site, EPA must conduct a search to identify parties
  with potential  financial responsibility for  remediation of un-
  controlled hazardous  waste sites.  EPA regional Superfund
  Waste Management Staff issue  a notice letter to the poten-
  tially responsible party (PRP). Data from  this notice letter is
  used to form the Site  Enforcement Tracking System (SETS).
  The data includes PRP name and address, a company con-
  tact person, the date the  notice was issued, and the related
  CERCLA site  name  and identification number.  SETS was
  created to track PRP identification at both NPL (National Pri-
  ority List) and  non-NPL  sites. SETS does  not  address the
  range  of other  administrative  duties related to  tracking the
  PRP. These lists (updated quarterly) represent EPA's prelimi-
  nary findings on the identities of potentially responsible par-
 ties. Inclusion on these lists  does not constitute a final deter-
 mination concerning the liability of any party for the hazard or
 contamination at any  CERCLA  site. The site  report is de-
 signed to provide PRP information linked by the associated
 site, which appears according to Oregon where the site is lo-
 cated.
 Specifications: Also  available in set of 3 reports PC E99/
 MF E99, PB90-243452. See also  PB90-243460 and PB90-
 243486. 6p.
 Subject  index  keywords:  Hazardous materials,  Oregon,
 Waste disposal, Coordinated procurement,  Directories, Site
 Enforcement Tracking System, Superfund, Remedial action.
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PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION: Enforcement
0730  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for Oregon
  Order Number PB91-131169CDH, price: PC A01/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; 19 Dec 90
  When expending Superfund  monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liabil-
  ity Actf site, EPA must conduct a  search to identify parties
  with potential financial  responsibility for remediation of un-
  controlled hazardous waste sites.  EPA regional Superfund
  Waste Management Staff issue a notice letter to the poten-
  tially responsible party (PRP) for the state of Oregon. Data
  from this notice letter is used to form the Site Enforcement
  Tracking System (SETS). This data includes  PRP name and
  address, a company contact person, the date the notice was
  issued, and the related CERCLA site name and identification
  number.  SETS was created to track PRP  identification at
  both NPL (National  Priority  List) and non-NPL  sites. SETS
  does not address the range  of other administrative duties re-
  lated to tracking the  PRP.
  Specifications: Also available in set of 3 report PC E99/MF
  E99,  PB91-131144.  Supersedes  PB90-243478.  See  also
  PB91-131151 and PB91-131177. 5p.
  Subject  index keywords:  Hazardous materials, Oregon,
  Waste disposal,  Coordinated  procurement, Directories, Site
  Enforcement Tracking System, Superfund, Remedial action,
  Potentially responsible parties.

0731 Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for Oregon
  Order Number PB91-171033CDH, price: PC A02/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; 5 Apr 91
  When expending  Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive  Environmental  Response,  Compensation and Liabil-
  ity Act) site, EPA must  conduct a search to identify parties
  with potential  financial responsibility for remediation of un-
  controlled hazardous waste sites.  EPA regional  Superfund
  Waste Management Staff issued a notice letter to the poten-
  tially  responsible  party (PRP). Data from this notice letter is
  used  to form the  Site Enforcement Tracking  System (SETS).
  This data includes PRP name and address, a company con-
  tact person, the date the notice was issued, and the related
  CERCLA site name and identification  number. SETS was
  created to track PRP identification  at both NPL (National Pri-
  ority  List) and non-NPL sites. SETS does not address the
  range of other administrative duties related to tracking the
  PRP. The site report is designed to provide  PRP information
  linked by the associated site, which appears  according to the
  state where the site is located.
  Specifications: Also available in set of 3 reports PC  E99/
  MF E99, PB91-171017. Supersedes PB91-131169. See also
  PB91-171025 and PB91-171041. 7p.
  Subject Index keywords:  Hazardous materials, Waste dis-
  posal,   Superfund,   Notification   procedures,   Directories,
  Oregon, Site Enforcement  Tracking System, Potentially re-
  sponsible parties.
0732  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for Pennsylvania
  Order Number PB90-243015CDH, price: PC A07/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; 2 Aug 90
  When expending Superfund  monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive Environmental Response, Compensation  and Liabil-
  ity Act)  site, EPA must  conduct a  search to identify parties
  with  potential financial  responsibility for remediation of un-
  controlled hazardous waste sites.  EPA regional  Superfund
  Waste Management Staff  issue a notice letter to  the poten-
  tially responsible party (PRP). Data from this notice letter is
  used to form the Site Enforcement  Tracking System (SETS).
  The data includes PRP  name and  address,  a company con-
  tact person, the date the notice was issued, and the related
  CERCLA site name  and  identification number. SETS was
  created to track PRP identification at both NPL (National Pri-
  ority List) and non-NPL sites. SETS does  not address the
  range of other administrative duties related to tracking the
  PRP. These lists (updated quarterly) represent EPA's prelimi-
  nary findings on  the identities of potentially responsible par-
  ties. Inclusion on these  lists  does not constitute a final deter-
  mination concerning the liability of any  party for the hazard or
  contamination at  any CERCLA site.  The site  report is de-
  signed to provide PRP  information linked by the  associated
  site, which appears according to Pennsylvania where the site
  is located.
  Specifications: Also available in set  of 5  reports PC E99/
  MF E99, PB90-242983. See also  PB90-243007  and PB90-
  243023. 140p.
  Subject index keywords: Hazardous materials,  Pennsylva-
  nia,  Waste disposal, Coordinated  procurement,  Directories,
  Site  Enforcement Tracking  System,  Superfund, Remedial
  action.
 0733  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for Pennsylvania
  Order Number PB91-130666CDH, price: PC A10/MF A02
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; 19 Dec 90
  When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive Environmental  Response,  Compensation and Liabil-
  ity Act) site, EPA must conduct a search  to identify parties
  with potential financial  responsibility for remediation of  un-
  controlled  hazardous waste sites. EPA regional Superfund
  Waste  Management Staff issue  a  notice letter to the poten-
  tially responsible party  (PRP) for the  state of Pennsylvania.
  Data from this notice letter  is used to form the Site Enforce-
  ment Tracking System (SETS). This data includes PRP name
  and address, a company contact person, the date the notice
  was issued, and the related CERCLA site  name and identifi-
  cation number. SETS was created  to track  PRP identification
  at both NPL (National Priority List) and non-NPL  sites. SETS
  does not address the range of other administrative duties re-
  lated to tracking the PRP.
  Specifications:  Also available in  set of 5 reports  PC E99/
   MF E99, PB91-130633. Supersedes PB90-243015. See also
   PB91-130658 and PB91-130674. 208p.
   Subject index keywords:  Hazardous materials, Pennsylva-
   nia, Waste disposal, Coordinated procurement,  Directories,
   Site  Enforcement  Tracking System,  Superfund,  Remedial
   action, Potentially responsible parties.
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                                                                     PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION: Enforcement
 0734  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
   Listing by Site for Pennsylvania
   Order Number PB91-170571CDH, price: PC A10/MF A02
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Waste Programs Enforcement; 5 Apr 91
   When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
   hensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liabil-
   ity Act) site, EPA must conduct a search  to identify parties
   with potential  financial  responsibility for remediation  of un-
   controlled hazardous waste  sites. EPA regional Superfund
   Waste Management Staff issued a notice letter to the poten-
   tially responsible party (PRP). Data from this notice letter is
   used to form the Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS).
   This data includes PRP name and address, a company  con-
   tact person, the date the notice  was issued, and the related
   CERCLA site  name  and identification number. SETS  was
   created to track PRP identification at both NPL (National Pri-
   ority List)  and non-NPL  sites. SETS does not address the
   range of other administrative  duties related to tracking the
   PRP. The site  report is designed to provide PRP information
   linked by the associated site, which appears according to the
   state where the site is located.
   Specifications: Also  available in set of 5 reports PC E99/
   MF E99, PB91-170548. Supersedes PB91-130666. See  also
  PB91-170658 and PB91-170589.  220p.
  Subject index keywords:  Hazardous materials, Waste  dis-
  posal, Superfund, Notification procedures, Directories,  Penn-
  sylvania, Site  Enforcement Tracking System, Potentially re-
  sponsible parties.

0735  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for Puerto Rico
  Order Number PB90-242975CDH, price: PC A02/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; 2 Aug 90
  When expending  Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liabil-
  ity Act) site, EPA must conduct a search to identify parties
  with potential  financial responsibility for  remediation of  un-
  controlled hazardous  waste sites.  EPA regional Superfund
  Waste Management Staff issue a notice letter to the poten-
  tially responsible party (PRP). Data from  this notice letter is
  used to form the Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS).
  The data includes PRP name and address, a company con-
  tact person, the date the  notice was issued, and the related
  CERCLA site  name  and identification number.  SETS was
  created to track PRP identification at both NPL (National  Pri-
  ority List) and  non-NPL  sites.  SETS does  not  address  the
  range  of other  administrative  duties related to  tracking  the
  PRP. These lists (updated quarterly) represent EPA's prelimi-
  nary findings on the identities of  potentially responsible par-
  ties. Inclusion on these lists does  not constitute a final deter-
  mination concerning the liability of any party for the hazard or
  contamination at  any  CERCLA site. The site report is  de-
  signed to provide PRP information linked by the associated
  site, which appears according  to Puerto Rico where  the site
  is located.
  Specifications: Also  available in  set of 3 reports PC  E99/
  MF E99, PB90-242942. See also PB90-242967. 6p.
  Subject index keywords: Hazardous materials, Puerto  Rico,
  Coordinated procurement, Directories, Waste disposal, Site
  Enforcement Tracking  System,  Remedial  action, Superfund.
 0736  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
   Listing by Site for Puerto Rico
   Order Number PB91-130625CDH, price: PC A01/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Waste Programs Enforcement; 20 Dec 90
   When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
   hensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liabil-
   ity Act)  site, EPA must conduct a search  to identify parties
   with potential  financial  responsibility for remediation  of un-
   controlled hazardous waste  sites. EPA regional Superfund
   Waste Management Staff issue a notice letter to the  poten-
   tially responsible party (PRP) for Puerto Rico. Data from this
   notice letter is used to form the Site Enforcement Tracking
   System  (SETS). This data includes PRP name and address,
   a company contact person,  the date the notice  was issued,
   and  the  related CERCLA  site  name  and  identification
   number. SETS  was created to  track PRP identification at
   both NPL (National  Priority  List)  and non-NPL  sites.  SETS
   does not address the range of other administrative duties re-
   lated to  tracking the PRP.
  Specifications: Also  available in  set of 3 reports PC E99/
   MF E99, PB91-130591. Supersedes PB90-242975. See also
  PB91-130617. 4p.
  Subject index keywords: Hazardous materials, Waste  dis-
  posal, Coordinated procurement,  Directories,  Site Enforce-
  ment Tracking System,  Superfund, Remedial action, Poten-
  tially responsible parties.

0737  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for Puerto Rico
  Order Number PB91-170530CDH, price: PC A02/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; 5 Apr 91
  When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA  (Compre-
  hensive  Environmental Response, Compensation and Liabil-
  ity Act) site, EPA must conduct a search to identify parties
  with potential financial responsibility for  remediation of  un-
  controlled hazardous  waste  sites.  EPA  regional Superfund
  Waste Management Staff issued a notice letter to the poten-
  tially responsible party (PRP). Data from  this notice letter is
  used to form the Site  Enforcement Tracking System (SETS).
  This data includes PRP name and address, a company con-
  tact person, the date the notice was issued, and the related
  CERCLA site name  and identification number.  SETS was
  created to track PRP identification  at both NPL (National Pri-
  ority List) and non-NPL sites. SETS  does  not address the
  range  of other administrative duties related to tracking the
  PRP. The site report is designed to provide PRP  information
  linked by the associated site,  which appears according to the
  state where the site is located.
  Specifications: Also  available in set  of 3 reports PC  E99/
  MF E99, PB91-170506. Supersedes PB91-130625. See also
  PB91-170522. 6p.
  Subject  index keywords: Hazardous materials,  Waste dis-
  posal, Superfund, Notification procedures, Directories, Puerto
  Rico, Site Enforcement Tracking System,  Potentially respon-
  sible parties.
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PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION: Enforcement
0738  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for Region 1
  Order Number PB92-173111CDH, price: Call for price
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington,  DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; Apr 92
  When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive Environmental Response, Compensation  and Liabil-
  ity Act) site, EPA must  conduct a search to identify parties
  with potential financial  responsibility for remediation  of un-
  controlled  hazardous waste sites. EPA regional  Superfund
  Waste Managment Staff issue a notice letter to the potential-
  ly  responsible  party (PRP). Data from the notice letter is
  used to form the Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS).
  The data includes PRP  name and address, a company con-
  tact person, the date the notice was issued, and the related
  CERCLA site name and  identification number.  SETS was
  created to track PRP identification at both NPL (National Pri-
  orities List) and non-NPL sites.  SETS  does not address the
  range of other administrative duties related to tracking the
  PRP.  The site report is  designed to provide PRP information
  linked by the associated site, which appears according to the
  state  where the site is located.  Region 1 includes Connecti-
  cut, Massachusetts, Maine, New Hampshire,  Rhode Island
  and Vermont.
  Specifications: Supersedes PB92-139534. 874p.
  Subject index keywords: Superfund, Waste  disposal,  Haz-
  ardous  materials,  Directories,  Site  Enforcement Tracking
  System, Potentially responsible parties, EPA region 1.

0739 Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for Region 1
  Order Number PB92-220029CDH, price: Call for price
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; Jul 92
  When expending Superfund monies  at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive Environmental  Response, Compensation  and  Liabil-
  ity Act) site, EPA must conduct a search to identify parties
  with potential financial  responsibility for remediation of un-
  controlled hazardous waste sites. EPA regional  Superfund
  Waste Management Staff issue a notice letter to the poten-
  tially  responsible party  (PRP). Data from the  notice letter  is
  used  to form the Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS).
  The data includes PRP name and address, a  company con-
  tact person, the date the notice was issued, and  the related
  CERCLA site  name and identification number.  SETS  was
  created to track PRP identification at both NPL (National Pri-
  ority List) and non-NPL  sites.
  Specifications:  Supersedes PB92-173111. 882p.
  Subject index keywords: Hazardous materials, Financial
  management, Law enforcement, Tracking, Superfund, Reme-
  dial Action.
0740  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for Region 1
  Order Number PB93-177145CDH, price: Call for price
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; Apr 93
  When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive Environmental  Response, Compensation and Liabil-
  ity Act) site, EPA must conduct a search  to  identify parties
  with  potential  financial responsibility for remediation  of un-
  controlled  hazardous waste sites. EPA regional Superfund
  Waste Management Staff issue a notice letter to the  poten-
  tially  responsible party (PRP). Data from the  notice letter is
  used to form the Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS).
  The data includes PRP name and address, a company con-
  tact person, the date the notice was issued, and the related
  CERCLA site name and identification number.
  Specifications: Also available in set of 10 reports PC A99,
  PB93-177137. Supersedes  PB93-134203. See also  PB93-
  177152. 1194p.
  Subject index  keywords:  Law enforcement, Superfund,
  Sites, Waste management, Potential responsible party.

0741  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS):  PRP
  Listing by Site for Region 1, January 22, 1992
  Order Number PB92-139534CDH, price: PC A12
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; 22 Jan 92
  When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liabil-
  ity Act)  site, EPA must  conduct a search to  identify parties
  with  potential financial responsibility for remediation  of  un^-
  controlled  hazardous  waste sites.  EPA regional  Superfund
  Waste  Management Staff issue a notice letter to the  poten-
  tially responsible party (PRP).  Data from the notice letter is
  used to form the Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS).
  The data includes PRP  name and address, a company con-
  tact person, the date the notice was issued, and the related
  CERCLA site name and identification number. SETS  was
  created to track PRP identification at both NPL (National  Pri-
  ority List) and non-NPL sites.
  Specifications: Supersedes PB92-105246. 258p.
  Subject index keywords: Hazardous materials, Waste  dis-
  posal, Directories,  Superfund, Potentially responsible parties,
  USEPA region 1.

0742  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for Region 1. Volume 1
  Order Number PB93-134203CDH, price: Call for price
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste  Programs Enforcement; 9 Dec 92
  When expending Superfund  monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive Environmental Response, Compensation  and Liabil-
  ity Act) site, EPA  must conduct a  search to identify  parties
  with potential financial  responsibility for remediation of un-
  controlled hazardous waste  sites.  EPA regional  Superfund
  Waste Management Staff issue a notice letter to  the poten-
  tially responsible party (PRP). Data from this notice letter is
  used to form the Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS).
  This data includes PRP name and address, a company con-
  tact person, the date the notice was issued,  and the  related
  CERCLA site  name  and identification number. SETS  was
  created to track PRP identification at both NPL (National Pri-
  ority List) and non-NPL sites. SETS  does not address the
  range  of other administrative duties related  to tracking the
  PRP.
  Specifications: Also available in set of 10 reports PC A99,
  PB93-134195. Supersedes PB92-220029. See also Volume
  2, PB93-134211. 1188p.
  Subject index  keywords:  Superfund,  Remedial  action,
  Waste  disposal,  Directories, Hazardous materials, Site En-
  forcement Tracking System, Potentially responsible parties.
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                                                                     PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION: Enforcement
 0743  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS)- PRP
   Listing by Site for Region 2
   Order Number PB92-173129CDH, price: PC A24
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Waste Programs Enforcement; Apr 92
   When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
   hensive  Environmental Response, Compensation and  Liabil-
   ity Act) site, EPA  must conduct a search to identify parties
   with  potential financial responsibility for remediation of un-
   controlled  hazardous waste sites.  EPA  regional Superfund
   Waste Management Staff issue a notice letter to the poten-
   tially responsible party (PRP). Data from the notice  letter is
   used to form the Site Enforcement Tracking System  (SETS)
   The data includes  PRP name and address, a company con-
   tact person, the date the notice was issued, and the related
   CERCLA  site name and identification number.  SETS was
   created to track PRP identification at both NPL (National Pri-
   orities List) and nori-NPL sites. SETS does not address the
   range of other administrative duties related to tracking the
   PRP. The site report is designed to provide PRP information
   linked by the associated site, which appears according to the
   state where  the  site is  located.  Region  2 includes   New
   Jersey, New York, Puerto  Rico, and Virgin Islands.
   Specifications: Supersedes PB92-139542. 572p.
   Subject index keywords: Superfund, Waste disposal, Haz-
   ardous materials,  Directories, Site  Enforcement Tracking
   System, Potentially responsible parties, EPA region 2.
 0744  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
   Listing by Site for Region 2
   Order Number PB92-220037CDH, price: PC A25/MF A06
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Waste Programs Enforcement; Jul 92
   When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
   hensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liabil-
   ity Act) site, EPA must conduct a search  to identify parties
   with potential  financial  responsibility for remediation of un-
   controlled hazardous waste sites.  EPA  regional Superfund
   Waste Management Staff  issue a notice letter to the poten-
   tially responsible party (PRP).  Data from the notice letter is
   used to form the Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS)
   The data includes PRP name and address, a company  con-
  tact person, the date the notice was issued, and the  related
   CERCLA  site  name  and  identification  number. SETS  was
  created to track PRP identification at both NPL (National Pri-
  ority List)  and non-NPL sites.
  Specifications: Supersedes PB92-173129. 577p.
  Subject index keywords:  Hazardous  materials, Financial
  management,  Law enforcement, Tracking,  Superfund,  Reme-
  dial Action.

0745  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for Region 2
  Order Number PB93-177152CDH, price: PC A24
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; Apr 93
  When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liabil-
  ity Act) site, EPA must conduct a search  to identify parties
  with potential  financial responsibility for remediation  of  un-
  controlled hazardous  waste  sites. EPA regional Superfund
  Waste Management Staff issue a notice letter to the  poten-
  tially responsible party (PRP). Data from the notice letter is
  used to form the Site  Enforcement Tracking System (SETS).
   The data includes PRP name and address, a company con-
   tact person, the date the notice was issued, and the related
   CERCLA site name and identification number.
   Specifications: Also available in set of 10 reports PC A99,
   PB93-177137. Supersedes  PB93-134211. See also  PB93-
   177145 and PB93-177160. 575p.
   Subject index  keywords:  Law  enforcement,  Superfund,
   Sites, Waste management, Potential responsible party.

 0746  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
   Listing by Site for Region 2, January 22, 1992
   Order Number PB92-139542CDH, price: PC A17
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Waste Programs Enforcement; 22 Jan 92
   When expending Superfund  monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
   hensive Environmental Response, Compensation and  Liabil-
   ity Act) site, EPA must conduct a search  to identify parties
   with potential financial responsibility for remediation of un-
   controlled hazardous waste  sites. EPA regional Superfund
   Waste  Management Staff issue a notice letter to the poten-
   tially responsible party (PRP). Data from the notice letter is
   used to form the Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS).
   The data includes PRP name and address, a company con-
   tact person,  the date the notice was issued, and the related
   CERCLA site name and  identification  number. SETS was
   created to track PRP identification at both NPL (National Pri-
   ority List) and non-NPL sites.  Region 2 includes New Jersey,
   New York, Puerto  Rico,  and Virgin  Islands. There are no
  sites in this state/territory at this time.
  Specifications: Supersedes PB92-105253. 387p.
  Subject index keywords: Hazardous materials, Waste dis-
  posal, Directories, Superfund, Potentially responsible parties,
  US EPA region 2.

0747  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for Region 2. Volume 2
  Order Number PB93-134211CDH, price: PC A24
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; 9 Dec 92
  When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive  Environmental Response, Compensation and Liabil-
  ity Act) site,  EPA must conduct a search  to identify parties
  with potential financial  responsibility for remediation of un-
  controlled  hazardous waste  sites. EPA regional Superfund
  Waste Management Staff issue a notice letter to the poten-
  tially responsible party (PRP). Data from this  notice letter is
  used to form the Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS).
  This data includes PRP name and address, a company con-
  tact  person, the date the notice was issued, and the related
  CERCLA  site name  and  identification number. SETS was
  created to track PRP identification at both NPL (National Pri-
  ority List) and non-NPL sites. SETS does  not address the
  range of other  administrative  duties related to tracking the
  PRP.
  Specifications: Also available in set of 10  reports PC  A99,
  PB93-134195. Supersedes PB92-220037. See also Volume
  1, PB93-134203 and Volume 3, PB93-134229. 574p.
  Subject  index  keywords:  Superfund,  Remedial  action,
  Waste  disposal,  Directories, Hazardous  materials, Site  En-
  forcement Tracking System, Potentially responsible  parties.
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PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION: Enforcement
0748  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for Region 3
  Order Number PB92-173137CDH, price: PC A22
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; Apr 92
  When expending  Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive Environmental Response, Compensation  and Liabil-
  ity Act) site, EPA must  conduct a  search to identify parties
  with potential financial  responsibility for remediation of un-
  controlled  hazardous waste sites.  EPA  regional  Superfund
  Waste Management Staff  issue a notice letter to  the poten-
  tially responsible  party (PRP). Data from the notice letter is
  used to form the  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS).
  The data includes PRP  name and address, a company con-
  tact person, the date the notice was issued, and the related
  CERCLA site name  and  identification number. SETS was
  created to track PRP identification at both NPL  (National Pri-
  orities List) and non-NPL  sites. SETS  does not address the
  range of other administrative duties related  to tracking the
  PRP.  The  site report is  designed to provide PRP information
  linked by the associated site, which appears according to the
  state  where the site is located. Region 3 includes Delaware,
  District  of Columbia, Maryland,  Pennsylvania,  Virginia,  and
  West Virginia.
  Specifications: Supersedes PB92-139559. 525p.
  Subject Index keywords: Superfund, Waste disposal,  Haz-
  ardous  materials,  Directories,  Site Enforcement Tracking
  System, Potentially responsible parties, EPA region 3.

 0749  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for Region 3
  Order Number PB93-177160CDH, price: Call for price
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs  Enforcement; Apr 93
  When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive Environmental  Response,  Compensation  and Liabil-
  ity Act) site, EPA must conduct a search  to identify parties
  with potential financial  responsibility for remediation of un-
  controlled hazardous waste sites.  EPA regional  Superfund
  Waste Management Staff issue a notice letter  to the poten-
  tially  responsible party  (PRP). Data from the notice letter is
  used to form the Site Enforcement Tracking  System (SETS).
  The data  includes PRP name and  address, a company con-
  tact person, the  date the  notice was issued, and  the related
  CERCLA site name and identification number.
  Specifications: Also available in set of 10 reports PC A99,
  PB93-177137. Supersedes PB93-134229. See also  PB93-
  177152 and PB93-177178. 616p.
  Subject Index  keywords: Law  enforcement,  Superfund,
  Sites, Waste management, Potential responsible party.

 0750  Site  Enforcement Tracking System  (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for Region 3, January 22,1992
  Order Number PB92-139559CDH, price: PC A16
  Environmental Protection  Agency, Washington,  DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; 22 Jan 92
  When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
   hensive Environmental  Response, Compensation and Liabil-
   ity Act) site, EPA must conduct a search to identify parties
  with  potential financial responsibility  for remediation of un-
   controlled hazardous waste sites. EPA regional Superfund
   Waste Management Staff issue a  notice letter to the poten-
   tially responsible party (PRP). Data from the notice letter is
   used to form the Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS).
  The data includes PRP name and address, a company con-
  tact person, the date the notice was issued, and the related
  CERCLA site name and identification number. SETS was
  created to track PRP identification at both NPL (National Pri-
  ority List) and non-NPL sites. Region 3 includes Delaware,
  District of  Columbia, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia,  and
  West Virginia. There are no sites in the federal district at this
  time.
  Specifications: Supersedes PB92-105261. 372p.
  Subject index keywords: Hazardous materials, Waste dis-
  posal, Directories, Superfund, Potentially responsible parties,
  USEPA region 3.

0751  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for  Region 3. Volume 3
  Order Number PB93-134229CDH, price: PC A25
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; 9 Dec 92
  When expending Superfund  monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liabil-
  ity Act)  site, EPA must conduct a search to identify parties
  with potential financial  responsibility for remediation of  un-
  controlled  hazardous waste sites.  EPA regional Superfund
  Waste Management Staff issue a notice letter to the poten-
  tially responsible party (PRP). Data from this notice letter is
  used to form the Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS).
  This data includes PRP name and address, a company con-
  tact person, the date the notice was issued, and the related
  CERCLA site name and  identification  number. SETS was
  created to track PRP identification at both NPL (National Pri-
  ority List)  and non-NPL sites.  SETS does not address  the
  range of other administrative duties related to tracking  the
  PRP.
  Specifications: Also available in set of 10 reports PC A99,
  PB93-134195.  Supersedes PB92-220045. See also Volume
  2, PB93-134211 and Volume 4, PB93-134237. 588p.
  Subject index  keywords: Superfund,  Remedial  action,
  Waste disposal,  Directories, Hazardous materials, Site  En-
  forcement Tracking System,  Potentially responsible parties.

 0752  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for Region 4
  Order Number PB92-173145CDH, price: PC A16
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC.  Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; Apr 92
  When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA  (Compre-
  hensive Environmental  Response, Compensation and Liabil-
  ity Act) site, EPA must conduct a search  to identify parties
  with potential  financial responsibility for remediation of un-
  controlled  hazardous waste sites. EPA regional  Superfund
  Waste Management Staff issue a notice letter to the poten-
  tially  responsible party  (PRP).  Data from  the  notice letter  is
  used to form the Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS).
  The data  includes  PRP name  and address, a company con-
  tact person, the date the  notice  was issued, and the related
  CERCLA  site  name and identification number. SETS  was
  created to track PRP identification at both  NPL (National Pri-
  orities List) and non-NPL sites. SETS does not address the
  range of  other administrative  duties related to tracking the
  PRP. The site report is designed to provide PRP information
  linked by the associated site, which appears according to the
  state where the site is located.  Region 4 includes Alabama,
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                                                                     PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION: Enforcement
   Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi, North Carolina, South
   Carolina, and Tennessee.
   Specifications:  Supersedes PB92-139567. 352p.
   Subject index keywords: Superfund,  Waste disposal, Haz-
   ardous materials,  Directories, Site Enforcement  Tracking
   System, Potentially responsible parties, EPA region 4.

 0753  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
   Listing by Site for Region 4
   Order Number PB92-220052CDH, price: PC A18/MF A04
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Waste Programs Enforcement; Jul 92
   When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
   hensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liabil-
   ity Act) site, EPA must conduct a search  to identify  parties
   with potential  financial  responsibility for remediation  of  un-
   controlled hazardous waste  sites. EPA regional Superfund
   Waste Management Staff issue a notice letter to the  poten-
   tially responsible party (PRP). Data from the notice letter is
   used to form the Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS).
   The data includes PRP name and address, a company con-
   tact person,  the date the notice was issued, and the related
   CERCLA site  name  and identification number. SETS was
   created to track PRP identification at both NPL (National Pri-
   ority List) and non-NPL sites.
   Specifications: Supersedes PB92-173145. 407p.
   Subject  index keywords:  Hazardous  materials, Financial
   management, Law enforcement, Tracking, Superfund, Reme-
   dial Action.

0754  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
   Listing by Site for Region 4
   Order Number  PB93-177178CDH, price: Call for price
   Environmental  Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office  of
   Waste Programs Enforcement; Apr 93
   When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
   hensive Environmental Response, Compensation and  Liabil-
   ity Act) site,  EPA must conduct a search to identify parties
  with potential financial responsibility for remediation of un-
   controlled hazardous waste sites. EPA regional Superfund
  Waste Management Staff issue a notice letter to the poten-
  tially responsible  party (PRP). Data from the notice letter is
  used to form the  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS).
  The data includes PRP name  and  address,  company contact
  person, the  date the  notice was issued,  and  the related
  CERCLA site name and identification number.
  Specifications: Also available in set of 10 reports PC A99,
  PB93-177137.  Supersedes PB93-134237.  See  also  PB93-
  177160 and PB93-177186. 842p.
  Subject index keywords:  Law  enforcement,  Superfund,
  Sites, Waste  management, Potential responsible party.

0755  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for Region 4, January 22, 1992
  Order  Number PB92-139567CDH, price: PC A12
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; 22 Jan 92
  When  expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive Environmental Response, Compensation and  Liabil-
  ity Act) site,  EPA must conduct a search to identify parties
  with potential financial responsibility for remediation of un-
  controlled hazardous  waste  sites.  EPA  regional Superfund
  Waste Management Staff issue a notice letter to the poten-
  tially responsible party (PRP). Data from the notice letter is
   used to form the Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS).
   The data includes PRP name and address, a company con-
   tact person, the date the notice was issued, and the related
   CERCLA site name  and identification number.  SETS was
   created to track PRP identification at both NPL (National Pri-
   ority List)  and non-NPL sites.  These lists for Region 4 in-
   cludes  Alabama,  Florida,  Georgia, Kentucky,  Mississippi,
   North Carolina, South Carolina, and Tennessee.
   Specifications: Supersedes  PB92-105279. 256p.
   Subject index keywords: Waste disposal, Hazardous mate-
   rials, Directories, Superfund.

0756  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
   Listing by Site for Region 4. Volume 4
   Order Number PB93-134237CDH, price: Call for price
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Waste Programs Enforcement; 9 Dec 92
   When expending Superfund monies at  a CERCLA (Compre-
   hensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liabil-
   ity Act) site, EPA  must conduct a search to identify parties
   with potential financial  responsibility for remediation of un-
   controlled  hazardous waste  sites. EPA regional Superfund
   Waste Management Staff issue a notice letter to the poten-
   tially responsible party (PRP). Data from this notice letter is
   used to form the Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS).
  This data includes PRP name and address, a company con-
  tact person, the date the notice was issued, and the related
  CERCLA site  name and identification  number. SETS was
  created to track PRP identification at both NPL (National Pri-
  ority List) and non-NPL  sites. SETS does not address the
  range of other administrative duties  related to tracking the
  PRP.
  Specifications: Also available in  set of 10 reports PC A99,
  PB93-134195.  Supersedes  PB92-220052. See also Volume
  3, PB93-134229 and Volume 5, PB93-134245. 656p.
  Subject index keywords:  Superfund,  Remedial  action,
  Waste  disposal, Directories,  Hazardous materials, Site  En-
  forcement Tracking System, Potentially responsible parties.

0757  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for Region  5
  Order Number PB92-173152CDH, price:  Call for price
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; Apr 92
  When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liabil-
  ity  Act) site,  EPA must conduct a search to  identify parties
  with potential financial responsibility  for remediation of  un-
  controlled hazardous waste sites. EPA regional  Superfund
  Waste Management Staff issue a notice letter to the poten-
  tially responsible party (PRP). Data from the  notice letter is
  used to form the Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS).
  The data includes PRP name  and address, a company con-
  tact person, the date the notice was issued, and the related
  CERCLA site name  and identification  number. SETS was
  created to track PRP identification at both NPL (National Pri-
  orities List) and non-NPL sites.  SETS does not address the
  range of other administrative  duties related to tracking the
  PRP. The site report is designed to provide PRP information
  linked by the associated site, which appears according to the
  state where the site is located. Region 5 includes Illinois, In-
  diana, Michigan, Minnesota,  Ohio, and Wisconsin.
  Specifications: Supersedes PB92-139575. 1022p.
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PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION: Enforcement
  Subject index keywords: Superfund, Waste disposal,  Haz-
  ardous  materials, Directories,  Site  Enforcement Tracking
  System, Potentially responsible parties, EPA region 5.
0758  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for Region 5
  Order Dumber PB92-220060CDH, price: Call for price
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; Jul 92
  When expending Superfund  monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive Environmental Response, Compensation  and Liabil-
  ity Act)  site, EPA must conduct a search to identify parties
  with potential financial responsibility for remediation of un-
  controlled  hazardous waste sites.  EPA regional  Superfund
  Waste Management Staff issue a notice letter to  the poten-
  tially responsible party (PRP). Data  from the notice letter is
  used to form the Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS).
  The data includes PRP name and address, a company con-
  tact person, the date the notice was issued, and the related
  CERCLA site name  and  identification number. SETS was
  created to track PRP identification at both NPL (National Pri-
  ority List) and non-NPL sites.
  Specifications: Supersedes PB92-173152. 1462p.
  Subject index  keywords:  Hazardous materials, Financial
  management, Law enforcement, Tracking, Superfund, Reme-
  dial Action.
0759  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for Region 5
  Order Number PB93-177186CDH, price: Call for price
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; Apr 93
  When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive Environmental Response, Compensation  and Liabil-
  ity Act) site, EPA must conduct a search to identify parties
  with potential financial  responsibility for remediation of un-
  controlled hazardous waste sites.  EPA regional  Superfund
  Waste Management Staff issue a notice letter to  the poten-
  tially responsible party (PRP). Data from the notice letter  is
  used to form  the Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS).
  The data includes PRP name and address,  a company con-
  tact person, the date the notice was issued, and  the related
  CERCLA site  name and identification number.
  Specifications: Also available  in set of 10  reports  PC A99,
  PB93-177137. Supersedes  PB93-134245. See also  PB93-
  177178 and PB93-177194. 1590p.
  Subject index  keywords:  Law  enforcement,  Superfund,
  Sites, Waste management, Potential responsible party.
  CERCLA  site name and identification  number.  SETS  was
  created to track PRP identification at both NPL (National Pri-
  ority List)  and non-NPL sites.
  Specifications:  Supersedes PB92-105287. 720p.
  Subject index keywords: Hazardous  materials, Waste dis-
  posal, Directories, Superfund, Potentially responsible parties,
  US EPA region 5.

0761  Site  Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for Region 5. Volume  5
  Order Number PB93-134245CDH, price: Call for price
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; 9 Dec 92
  When expending Superfund  monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive Environmental Response, Compensation  and Liabil-
  ity Act) site, EPA must conduct a  search to  identify parties
  with  potential financial  responsibility for remediation  of un-
  controlled hazardous waste sites.  EPA regional  Superfund
  Waste Management Staff issue a notice letter to  the poten-
  tially responsible party (PRP). Data from this notice letter is
  used to form the Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS).
  This  data includes PRP name and  address, a company con-
  tact person, the date the notice was issued, and the related
  CERCLA  site name and identification number. SETS was
  created to track PRP identification at both NPL (National Pri-
  ority  List) and non-NPL sites. SETS does not address the
  range of  other  administrative duties related to tracking the
  PRP.
  Specifications: Also available in set of 10 reports PC A99,
  PB93-134195.  Supersedes  PB92-220060. See  also Volume
  4, PB93-134237 and Volume 6, PB93-134252. 1128p.
  Subject  index keywords:  Superfund,  Remedial  action,
  Waste disposal, Directories,  Hazardous materials, Site En-
  forcement Tracking System,  Potentially responsible parties.

0762   Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for Region 6
  Order Number PB92-173160CDH, price: PC A17
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; Apr 92
  When expending Superfund monies at a  CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive Environmental  Response,  Compensation  and  Liabil-
  ity Act) site, EPA  must conduct a search to identify parties
  with  potential financial responsibility for  remediation of un-
  controlled hazardous waste  sites. EPA regional  Superfund
  Waste Management Staff issue a notice letter to the poten-
  tially responsible party  (PRP). Data from  the notice letter  is
  used to form the Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS).
  The  data includes PRP name and  address, a company con-
  tact  person, the date the notice was issued, and  the related
  CERCLA site  name and  identification number.  SETS was
  created to track PRP identification  at both NPL (National Pri-
  orities List) and non-NPL sites. SETS  does not address the
  range of other administrative duties related  to tracking the
  PRP. The site report is designed to provide PRP  information
  linked by the associated site, which appears according to the
  state where the site is  located. Region 6 includes Arkansas,
  Louisiana, New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Texas.
  Specifications: Supersedes PB92-139583. 394p.
  Subject  index  keywords:  Superfund, Waste disposal, Haz-
  ardous  materials,  Directories, Site  Enforcement Tracking
  System,  Potentially responsible parties, EPA region 6.

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                                                                     PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION: Enforcement
 0763  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
   Listing by Site for Region 6
   Order Number PB92-220078CDH, price: PC A17/MF A04
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Waste Programs Enforcement; Jul 92
   When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
   hensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liabil-
   ity Act) site, EPA must conduct a search  to identify parties
   with potential  financial  responsibility for remediation of  un-
   controlled  hazardous waste sites. EPA regional Superfund
   Waste Management Staff issue a notice letter to the poten-
   tially responsible party (PRP).  Data from the notice letter is
   used to form the Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS).
   The data includes PRP name and address, a company con-
   tact person, the date the notice was issued, and the related
   CERCLA site  name  and  identification number. SETS  was
   created to track PRP identification at both NPL (National Pri-
   ority List) and non-NPL sites.
   Specifications: Supersedes PB92-173160. 398p.
   Subject  index keywords: Hazardous  materials, Financial
   management, Law enforcement, Tracking, Superfund, Reme-
   dial Action.

0764 Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
   Listing by Site for Region 6
   Order Number  PB93-177194CDH, price: PC A17
   Environmental  Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Waste Programs Enforcement; Apr 93
   When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
   hensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liabil-
   ity Act) site, EPA must conduct a  search to identify parties
   with potential financial responsibility  for remediation of un-
   controlled hazardous waste sites.  EPA  regional Superfund
  Waste Management  Staff issue a notice  letter to the poten-
  tially responsible party (PRP). Data from the notice letter is
   used to form the Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS).
  The data includes PRP name and address, a company con-
  tact person, the date the notice was issued, and the related
  CERCLA site name and identification number.
  Specifications: Also available  in set of 10 reports PC A99,
  PB93-177137.  Supersedes  PB93-134252.  See  also PB93-
   177186 and PB93-177202. 398p.
  Subject index keywords: Law  enforcement,  Superfund,
  Sites, Waste management, Potential responsible party.
0765  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for Region  6, January 22, 1992
  Order  Number PB92-139583CDH, price: PC A12
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; 22 Jan 92
  When  expending Superfund monies at a  CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive Environmental Response,  Compensation and Liabil-
  ity Act) site, EPA must conduct a search to identify parties
  with potential financial responsibility for  remediation  of  un-
  controlled hazardous  waste sites.  EPA regional Superfund
  Waste Management Staff issue a notice letter to the poten-
  tially responsible party (PRP). Data from  the notice letter is
  used to form the Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS).
  The data includes PRP name and  address,  a company con-
  tact person, the date the notice was issued, and  the related
  CERCLA  site name  and identification number.  SETS  was
  created to track PRP identification at both NPL (National Pri-
  ority List) and non-NPL sites.
   Specifications: Supersedes PB92-105295. 269p.
   Subject index keywords: Hazardous materials, Waste dis-
   posal,  Directories, Superfund, Potentially responsible parties,
   US EPA region 6.

0766  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
   Listing by Site for Region 6. Volume 6
   Order Number PB93-134252CDH, price: PC A17
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Waste  Programs Enforcement; 9 Dec 92
   When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
   hensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liabil-
   ity Act) site, EPA  must conduct a search to identify parties
   with potential financial  responsibility for remediation of un-
   controlled  hazardous waste sites.  EPA regional  Superfund
   Waste  Management Staff issue a notice letter to the poten-
   tially responsible party (PRP). Data from this notice letter is
   used to form the Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS).
   This data includes PRP name and address, a company con-
   tact person, the date the notice was issued, and the related
   CERCLA site name  and  identification  number.  SETS was
   created to track PRP identification at both NPL (National Pri-
   ority List)  and non-NPL sites.  SETS does not address the
   range of other administrative duties related to tracking the
   PRP.
  Specifications: Also  available  in set of 10 reports PC A99,
   PB93-134195. Supersedes PB92-220078. See also  Volume
  5, PB93-134245 and Volume 7, PB93-134260. 396p.
  Subject index  keywords: Superfund,  Remedial   action,
  Waste  disposal, Directories, Hazardous  materials, Site  En-
  forcement Tracking System, Potentially responsible parties.

0767  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for Region 7
  Order Number PB92-173178CDH, price: PC A17
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; Apr 92
  When expending Superfund monies at  a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liabil-
  ity  Act) site, EPA must conduct a search to identify  parties
  with potential  financial responsibility for  remediation  of  un-
  controlled  hazardous  waste sites. EPA regional Superfund
  Waste Management Staff issue a notice letter to the poten-
  tially responsible party (PRP). Data  from the notice letter is
  used to form the Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS).
  The data includes PRP name and address, a company con-
  tact person, the date the notice was issued, and the related
  CERCLA site  name  and identification  number. SETS  was
  created to track PRP identification at both NPL (National Pri-
  orities List) and non-NPL sites. SETS does not address the
  range of other administrative duties related  to tracking the
  PRP. The site  report is designed to provide PRP information
  linked by the associated site, which appears according to the
  state where the site is located. Region  7 includes Iowa,
  Kansas, Missouri, and Nebraska.
  Specifications: Supersedes PB92-139591. 398p.
  Subject index keywords: Superfund,  Waste disposal, Haz-
  ardous  materials,  Directories,  Site Enforcement Tracking
  System, Potentially  responsible parties, EPA region 7.
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PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION: Enforcement
0768  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for Region 7
  Order Number PB92-220086CDH, price: PC A18/MF A04
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; Jul 92
  When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive Environmental Response, Compensation  and Liabil-
  ity Act) site, EPA must  conduct a search to identify parties
  with potential financial responsibility for remediation  of un-
  controlled  hazardous waste sites. EPA  regional  Superfund
  Waste Management  Staff issue a notice letter to  the poten-
  tially responsible party (PRP). Data from the notice letter is
  used to form the Site Enforcement Tracking  System (SETS).
  The data includes PRP  name and address, a company con-
  tact person, the date the notice was issued, and the related
  CERCLA site name  and  identification  number. SETS was
  created to track PRP identification at both NPL (National Pri-
  ority List) and non-NPL sites.
  Specifications: Supersedes PB92-173178. 404p.
  Subject index  keywords: Hazardous materials, Financial
  management, Law enforcement, Tracking, Superfund,  Reme-
  dial Action.
0769  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for Region 7
  Order Number PB93-177202CDH, price: PC A18
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; Apr 93
  When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive Environmental Response, Compensation  and  Liabil-
  ity Act) site, EPA must conduct a search to identify  parties
  with  potential financial  responsibility for remediation of un-
  controlled  hazardous waste sites. EPA  regional  Superfund
  Waste Management Staff  issue a notice letter to  the poten-
  tially responsible party (PRP). Data from the notice letter is
  used to form the Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS).
  The data includes PRP  name and address, a company con-
  tact person, the date the notice was issued, and the related
  CERCLA site name and identification number.
  Specifications: Also available in set of  10 reports PC A99,
  PB93-177137.  Supersedes PB93-134260.  See also PB93-
  177194 and PB93-177210. 41 Op.
  Subject Index  keywords: Law enforcement,  Superfund,
  Sites, Waste management, Potential responsible party.

0770  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for Region 7, January 22, 1992
  Order Number PB92-139591CDH, price: PC A12
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; 22 Jan 92
  When expending Superfund monies  at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive Environmental Response, Compensation  and  Liabil-
  ity Act) site, EPA must conduct  a search to identify parties
  with potential financial  responsibility for remediation of un-
  controlled  hazardous waste sites.  EPA regional  Superfund
  Waste Management Staff issue a notice letter to the poten-
  tially responsible party (PRP). Data from the notice letter  is
  used  to form the Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS).
  The data includes PRP name and address,  a company con-
  tact person, the date the notice was issued, and  the related
  CERCLA site name and  identification number.  SETS was
  created to track PRP identification at both NPL (National Pri-
  ority List) and non-NPL sites.
  Specifications:  Supersedes PB92-105303. 270p.
  Subject index keywords: Hazardous materials, Waste dis-
  posal, Directories, Superfund, Potentially responsible parties,
  USEPA region 7.

0771  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for Region 7. Volume 7
  Order Number PB93-134260CDH, price: PC A17
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; 9 Dec 92
  When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liabil-
  ity Act) site, EPA must  conduct a search  to identify parties
  with potential financial responsibility for remediation of  un-
  controlled  hazardous waste sites. EPA regional Superfund
  Waste Management  Staff issue a notice letter to the poten-
  tially responsible party (PRP). Data from this notice letter is
  used to form the Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS).
  This data includes PRP  name and address, a company con-
  tact person, the date the notice was issued, and the related
  CERCLA site name and  identification number. SETS was
  created to track PRP identification at both  NPL (National  Pri-
  ority  List)  and  non-NPL sites. SETS  does not address  the
  range of other administrative duties related to tracking  the
  PRP.
  Specifications: Also available in set of 10 reports PC A99,
  PB93-134195. Supersedes PB92-220086.  See  also Volume
  6, PB93-134252 and Volume 8, PB93-134278. 400p.
  Subject  index keywords:  Superfund,  Remedial action,
  Waste disposal, Directories,  Hazardous materials, Site  En-
  forcement Tracking System, Potentially responsible parties.

0772  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for Region 8
  Order Number PB92-173186CDH, price: PC A12
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington,  DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; Apr 92
  When expending Superfund  monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive Environmental Response, Compensation and  Liabil-
  ity Act)  site, EPA must conduct  a search to  identify parties
  with  potential financial  responsibility for remediation of  un-
  controlled hazardous waste sites.  EPA regional  Superfund
  Waste Management Staff  issue a notice letter to the poten-
  tially responsible party (PRP). Data from the  notice letter is
  used to form the Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS).
  The data includes PRP  name and address, a company con-
  tact person, the date the notice was issued, and the related
  CERCLA  site name and  identification  number. SETS was
  created to track PRP identification at both NPL (National Pri-
  orities List) and non-NPL sites. SETS does not address the
  range of other  administrative duties related to tracking  the
  PRP.  The site report is  designed to provide PRP information
  linked by the associated site, which appears according  to the
  state  where the site is located. Region 8 includes Colorado,
  Montana,  North Dakota, South Dakota,  Utah, and Wyoming.
  Specifications: Supersedes PB92-139609. 265p.
  Subject index keywords: Superfund, Hazardous materials,
  Waste  disposal,  Directories, Site  Enforcement  Tracking
  System, Potentially responsible parties, EPA region 8.
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                                                                     PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION: Enforcement
 0773  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
   Listing by Site for Region 8
   Order Number PB92-220094CDH, price: PC A14/MF A03
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Waste Programs Enforcement; Jul 92
   When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
   hensive Environmental  Response, Compensation and Liabil-
   ity Act) site, EPA must conduct a search  to identify parties
   with potential  financial  responsibility for remediation  of un-
   controlled  hazardous waste  sites. EPA regional Superfund
   Waste Management Staff issue a notice letter to the  poten-
   tially responsible party  (PRP). Data from the notice letter is
   used to form the Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS).
   The data includes PRP name and address, a company  con-
   tact person, the date the notice was issued,  and the related
   CERCLA site  name  and identification number.  SETS  was
   created to track PRP identification at both NPL (National Pri-
   ority List) and non-NPL sites.
   Specifications: Supersedes PB92-173186. 302p.
   Subject  index keywords: Hazardous materials, Financial
   management, Law enforcement, Tracking, Superfund, Reme-
   dial Action.

0774 Site Enforcement  Tracking System (SETS): PRP
   Listing by Site for Region 8
   Order Number  PB93-177210CDH, price: PC A16
   Environmental  Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Waste Programs Enforcement; Apr 93
   When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
   hensive Environmental Response, Compensation and  Liabil-
   ity Act) site, EPA must  conduct a search to  identify parties
   with potential financial  responsibility  for remediation of un-
   controlled hazardous waste sites. EPA regional Superfund
   Waste Management  Staff issue a notice letter to the poten-
   tially responsible party (PRP). Data from the  notice letter is
   used to form the Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS).
  The data includes PRP  name and address, a company con-
  tact person, the date the notice was issued, and the related
  CERCLA site name and  identification number.
  Specifications: Also available in set of 10 reports PC A99,
  PB93-177137.  Supersedes  PB93-134278.  See  also PB93-
   177202 and PB93-177228. 359p.
  Subject  index keywords: Law  enforcement,  Superfund,
  Sites, Waste management, Potential responsible party.

0775  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for Region  8, January 22, 1992
  Order Number PB92-139609CDH, price: PC A06
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; 22 Jan 92
  When  expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive Environmental Response,  Compensation and Liabil-
  ity Act) site, EPA must conduct a search to  identify parties
  with potential financial responsibility for remediation of  un-
  controlled hazardous waste sites. EPA regional  Superfund
  Waste Management Staff issue a notice letter to the poten-
  tially responsible party (PRP). Data from the  notice letter is
  used to form the Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS).
  The data  includes PRP name and  address,  a  company con-
  tact person, the date the notice was issued, and  the related
  CERCLA  site name  and identification number.  SETS  was
  created to track PRP identification at both NPL (National  Pri-
  ority List) and non-NPL sites.
   Specifications: Supersedes PB92-105311. 117p.
   Subject index keywords: Hazardous materials, Waste dis-
   posal,  Directories, Superfund, Potentially responsible parties,
   USEPA region 8.

 0776  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
   Listing by Site for Region 8. Volume 8
   Order Number PB93-134278CDH, price: PC A15
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Waste  Programs Enforcement; 9 Dec 92
   When expending Superfund monies at a CERGLA (Compre-
   hensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liabil-
   ity Act) site, EPA  must conduct a search to identify parties
   with potential financial  responsibility for remediation of un-
   controlled  hazardous waste sites.  EPA  regional  Superfund
   Waste  Management Staff issue a notice letter to the poten-
   tially responsible party (PRP). Data from this notice letter is
   used to form the Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS).
  This data includes PRP name and address, a company con-
  tact person, the date the notice was issued, and the related
  CERCLA site name  and  identification  number.  SETS was
  created to track PRP identification at both NPL (National Pri-
  ority List)  and non-NPL sites.  SETS  does not address the
  range of other administrative duties related to tracking the
  PRP.
  Specifications: Also  available  in set of 10 reports PC A99,
  PB93-134195. Supersedes PB92-220094. See also  Volume
  7, PB93-134260 and Volume 9, PB93-134286. 346p.
  Subject index  keywords: Superfund,  Remedial   action,
  Waste  disposal, Directories, Hazardous  materials, Site  En-
  forcement Tracking System, Potentially responsible parties.

0777  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for Region 9
  Order Number PB92-173194CDH, price: PC A17
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; Apr 92
  When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liabil-
  ity Act) site, EPA must conduct a search to identify parties
  with potential  financial responsibility for  remediation of un-
  controlled  hazardous  waste  sites. EPA regional Superfund
  Waste Management Staff issue a notice letter to the poten-
  tially responsible party (PRP). Data  from  the notice  letter is
  used to form the Site  Enforcement Tracking System  (SETS).
  The data includes PRP name and address, a company con-
  tact person, the date the notice was issued, and the related
  CERCLA site  name  and identification number. SETS  was
  created to track PRP identification at both NPL (National Pri-
  orities List) and non-NPL sites. SETS  does not address the
  range of other administrative duties related  to tracking the
  PRP. The site  report is designed to provide PRP information
  linked by the associated site, which appears according to the
  state where the site is located. Region 9 includes American
  Samoa, Arizona, California, Guam, Hawaii, Midway, Nevada,
  Northern Marianas, Pacific  Islands,  Trust Territories,  and
  Wake Island.
  Specifications: Supersedes PB92-139617. 382p.
  Subject index keywords: Superfund,  Waste disposal, Haz-
  ardous  materials,  Directories,  Site Enforcement Tracking
  System, Potentially  responsible parties, EPA region 9.
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PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION: Enforcement
0778  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for Region 9
  Order Number PB92-220102CDH, price: PC A18/MF A04
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; Jul 92
  When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive Environmental Response, Compensation  and Liabil-
  ity Act) site, EPA must conduct a  search to identify parties
  with potential financial responsibility for remediation of un-
  controlled hazardous waste sites.  EPA regional  Superfund
  Waste Management Staff  issue a notice letter to  the poten-
  tially responsible party (PRP). Data from the notice letter is
  used to form the Site Enforcement  Tracking System (SETS).
  This data includes PRP name and  address, a company con-
  tact person, the date the notice was issued, and the related
  CERCLA site name  and  identification number. SETS was
  created to track PRP identification at both NPL (National Pri-
  orities List) and non-NPL sites. SETS does not address the
  range of other administrative duties related to tracking the
  PRP.  Region 9  includes American  Samoa, Arizona, Califor-
  nia, Guam, Hawaii, Midway, Nevada, Northern Marianas, Pa-
  cific Islands, Trust Territories, and Wake Island.
  Specifications: Supersedes PB92-173194. 402p.
  Subject  Index keywords: Superfund, Hazardous materials,
  Waste disposal,  Remedial action,  Directories, Site  Enforce-
  ment  Tracking System, Potentially responsible parties.

0779 Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for Region 9
  Order Number PB93-177228CDH, price: PC A20
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; Apr  93
  When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive Environmental Response,  Compensation  and Liabil-
  ity Act) site, EPA must conduct a  search to identify parties
  with potential financial responsibility for remediation  of un-
  controlled hazardous waste sites.   EPA regional  Superfund
  Waste Management Staff issue a notice letter to the poten-
  tially  responsible party (PRP). Data from  the notice letter is
  used  to form the Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS).
  The data includes PRP name and  address, a company con-
  tact person, the date the  notice was issued, and  the related
  CERCLA site name and identification number.
  Specifications: Also available in set of 10 reports  PC A99,
  PB93-177137.  Supersedes PB93-134286.  See also  PB93-
  177210 and PB93-177236. 471 p.
  Subject  Index  keywords:  Law  enforcement,  Superfund,
  Sites, Waste management, Potential responsible party.
0780  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for Region 9, January 22, 1992
  Order Number PB92-139617CDH, price: PC A12
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; 22 Jan 92
  When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive  Environmental Response,  Compensation and Liabil-
  ity Act) site, EPA must conduct a search to identify  parties
  with  potential financial responsibility for  remediation of un-
  controlled  hazardous waste sites. EPA regional Superfund
  Waste Management  Staff issue a  notice  letter to the poten-
  tially  responsible party (PRP). Data from the notice letter is
  used to form the Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS).
  The data includes PRP name and  address, a company con-
  tact person, the date the  notice was issued, and the  related
  CERCLA  site name and identification  number.  SETS was
  created to track PRP identification at both NPL (National Pri-
  ority List)  and non-NPL sites. There are no sites in this state/
  territory at this time.
  Specifications: Supersedes PB92-105329. 261 p.
  Subject index keyword:;:  Hazardous materials, Waste  dis-
  posal, Directories, Superfund, Potentially responsible parties,
  US EPA region 9.

0781  Site  Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for Region  9. Volume 9
  Order Number PB93-134286CDH, price: PC A18
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; 9 Dec 92
  When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive Environmental Response, Compensation and  Liabil-
  ity Act) site, EPA must conduct a search to identify parties
  with  potential financial responsibility  for remediation of un-
  controlled hazardous waste sites. EPA regional  Superfund
  Waste Management Staff issue a notice letter to the poten-
  tially responsible party (PRP). Data from this notice letter is
  used to form the Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS).
  This  data includes PRP name and address, a company con-
  tact person, the date the notice was  issued, and the related
  CERCLA  site  name  and identification  number. SETS was
  created to track PRP identification at  both NPL (National Pri-
  ority  List) and non-NPL sites. SETS does  not address the
  range of  other administrative duties  related to tracking the
  PRP.
  Specifications: Also available in set of 10 reports PC A99,
  PB93-134195.  Supersedes  PB92-220102. See  also Volume
  8, PB93-134278 and Volume 10, PB93-134294. 415p.
  Subject  index keywords:  Superfund, Remedial  action,
  Waste disposal, Directories,  Hazardous materials, Site En-
  forcement Tracking System, Potentially responsible parties.

0782   Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for Region 10
  Order Number PB92-173202CDH, price: PC A12
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; Apr 92
  When expending Superfund monies at  a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liabil-
  ity Act) site, EPA  must conduct a search to identify parties
  with  potential  financial responsibility for remediation  of un-
  controlled hazardous waste  sites. EPA regional Superfund
  Waste Management Staff issue a notice letter to the  poten-
  tially  responsible party (PRP). Data from the notice letter  is
  used to form the Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS).
  The  data includes PRP name and address, a company con-
  tact  person, the date the notice was issued, and the related
  CERCLA site  name and  identification  number. SETS  was
  created to track PRP identification at both NPL (National Pri-
  orities List) and non-NPL sites. SETS does not address the
  range of other administrative duties related to tracking the
  PRP. The site report is designed to  provide PRP information
  linked by the associated site, which appears according to the
  state where the site is located.  Region 10 includes Alaska,
  Idaho, Oregon, and Washington.
  Specifications: Supersedes PB92-139625. 271 p.
  Subject  index keywords:  Superfund, Waste disposal, Haz-
  ardous  materials,  Directories,  Site  Enforcement  Tracking
  System,  Potentially responsible parties, EPA region 10.
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                                                                     PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION: Enforcement
 0783  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
   Listing by Site for Region 10
   Order Number PB92-220110CDH, price: PC A12/MF A03
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Waste Programs Enforcement; Jul 92
   When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
   hensive  Environmental Response, Compensation and  Liabil-
   ity Act) site,  EPA must conduct a search to identify parties
   with potential financial responsibility for  remediation  of un-
   controlled  hazardous  waste sites. EPA  regional Superfund
   Waste Management Staff issue a notice  letter to the  poten-
   tially responsible party (PRP). Data from the notice letter is
   used to form the Site  Enforcement Tracking System (SETS).
   The data includes PRP name and address, a company con-
   tact person, the date the notice was issued, and the related
   CERCLA  site name  and identification number. SETS was
   created to track PRP identification at both NPL (National Pri-
   ority List) and non-NPL sites.
   Specifications: Supersedes PB92-173202.  274p.
   Subject  index keywords: Hazardous  materials,  Financial
   management, Law enforcement, Tracking, Superfund, Reme-
   dial Action.

0784 Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
   Listing by Site for Region 10
   Order Number PB93-177236CDH, price: PC A14
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC.  Office of
   Waste Programs Enforcement; Apr 93
   When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA  (Compre-
   hensive Environmental Response, Compensation and  Liabil-
   ity Act) site, EPA must conduct a  search to identify parties
   with potential financial responsibility  for remediation of un-
   controlled hazardous waste sites.  EPA regional Superfund
  Waste  Management Staff issue a notice letter to the poten-
  tially responsible party (PRP).  Data from the notice letter is
  used to form the Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS).
  The data includes PRP name and address,  a company con-
  tact person, the date the notice was issued, and the related
  CERCLA site name and identification number.
  Specifications: Also available in set of 10  reports PC A99
  PB93-177137.  Supersedes  PB93-134294.  See also PB93-
  177228. 312p.
  Subject  index keywords: Law  enforcement,  Superfund,
  Sites, Waste management, Potential responsible party.
0785  Site Enforcement Tracking System  (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for Region  10, January 22,  1992
  Order Number PB92-139625CDH, price: PC A13
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; 22 Jan 92
  When  expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive Environmental  Response,  Compensation and Liabil-
  ity Act) site, EPA must conduct a search to identify parties
  with potential  financial responsibility for remediation of un-
  controlled  hazardous waste sites. EPA regional Superfund
  Waste Management Staff issue a notice letter to the poten-
  tially responsible party  (PRP). Data from the notice letter is
  used to form the Site Enforcement Tracking  System (SETS).
  The data  includes PRP name and  address, a company  con-
  tact person, the date the  notice was issued, and  the related
  CERCLA  site  name  and  identification number.  SETS  was
  created to track PRP identification at both  NPL (National Pri-
  ority List) and non-NPL sites. Region 10 includes Alaska,
   Idaho, Oregon, and Washington. There are no sites in this
   state/territory at this time.
   Specifications: Supersedes PB92-105337. 282p.
   Subject  index keywords: Hazardous materials, Waste dis-
   posal, Directories, Superfund, Potentially responsible parties,
   US EPA region 10.

 0786  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
   Listing by Site for Region 10. Volume 10
   Order Number PB93-134294CDH, price: PC A12
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Waste Programs Enforcement; 9 Dec 92
   When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
   hensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liabil-
   ity Act) site, EPA  must conduct a search  to identify parties
   with potential  financial  responsibility for remediation of un-
   controlled hazardous waste  sites. EPA regional Superfund
   Waste Management Staff issue a notice letter to the poten-
   tially responsible party (PRP). Data from this notice letter is
   used to form the Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS).
   This data includes PRP name and address, a company con-
   tact person, the date the notice was  issued, and the related
   CERCLA  site  name and  identification  number. SETS was
   created to track PRP identification at  both NPL  (National Pri-
   ority List)  and non-NPL sites. SETS does not address the
   range of  other administrative duties  related  to tracking the
   PRP.
  Specifications: Also available in set of 10 reports PC A99,
  PB93-134195.  Supersedes PB92-220110. See  also Volume
  9, PB93-134286. 274p.
  Subject  index keywords:  Superfund,  Remedial  action,
  Waste disposal, Directories,  Hazardous  materials, Site  En-
  forcement Tracking System, Potentially responsible parties.

0787  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for Rhode Island
  Order Number PB90-242926CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; 2 Aug 90
  When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive Environmental  Response, Compensation and Liabil-
  ity Act) site, EPA must conduct a search to identify parties
  with potential  financial responsibility for  remediation  of  un-
  controlled  hazardous waste sites. EPA regional  Superfund
  Waste Management Staff issue a notice letter to the  poten-
  tially responsible party (PRP). Data from this notice letter is
  used to form the Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS).
  The data includes PRP name and address, a company con-
  tact person, the date the notice was issued, and the related
  CERCLA site  name  and identification number.  SETS  was
  created to track PRP identification at both NPL (National Pri-
  ority List)  and non-NPL sites. SETS  does  not  address the
  range  of other administrative  duties  related to  tracking the
  PRP. These lists (updated quarterly) represent EPA's prelimi-
  nary findings on the identities of potentially responsible par-
  ties. Inclusion on these lists does  not constitute a final deter-
  mination concerning the liability of any party for the hazard or
  contamination  at any CERCLA site.  The site report  is de-
  signed to provide PRP  information linked by the associated
  site, which appears according to Rhode Island where the site
  is located.
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PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION: Enforcement
  Specifications: Also available in set of 6 reports PC E99/
  MF E99, PB90-242876. See  also PB90-242918 and PB90-
  242934. 32p.
  Subject  index  keywords:  Hazardous  materials,  Rhode
  Island, Waste  disposal, Coordinated procurement, Directo-
  ries, Site Enforcement Tracking System, Superfund, Remedi-
  al action.

0788  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for Rhode Island
  Order Number  PB91-130575CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
  Environmental  Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; 19 Dec 90
  When expending Superfund monies at  a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liabil-
  ity Act)  site, EPA must  conduct a search to identify parties
  with potential  financial  responsibility for remediation of un-
  controlled hazardous waste  sites.  EPA regional Superfund
  Waste Management Staff  issue a notice letter to the poten-
  tially responsible party (PRP) for the state of Rhode Island.
  Data from this  notice letter is used to form the Site Enforce-
  ment Tracking  System (SETS). This data includes PRP name
  and address, a company contact person, the date the notice
  was issued, and the related CERCLA site name and identifi-
  cation number. SETS was created to track PRP identification
  at both  NPL (National Priority List) and  non-NPL sites. SETS
  does not address the range of other administrative duties re-
  lated to tracking the PRP.
  Specifications: Also available  in set of 6 reports PC E99/
  MF E99, PB91-130526. Supersedes PB90-242926. See also
  PB91-130567 and PB91-130583. 38p.
  Subject index  keywords:  Hazardous materials,  Rhode
  Island,  Waste  disposal, Coordinated procurement, Directo-
  ries, Site Enforcement Tracking System, Superfund, Remedi-
  al action, Potentially responsible parties.

0789 Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for Rhode Island
  Order Number PB91-170480CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
  Environmental  Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; 5 Apr 91
  When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive Environmental  Response, Compensation and Liabil-
  ity  Act) site, EPA must conduct a search to identify parties
  with potential  financial  responsibility for remediation of un-
  controlled  hazardous waste  sites. EPA regional  Superfund
  Waste Management Staff issued a notice letter to the poten-
  tially responsible party  (PRP). Data from this notice letter is
  used  to form the Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS).
  This data includes PRP name and address, a company con-
  tact person, the date the  notice was issued, and the related
  CERCLA  site  name and identification number. SETS was
  created to track PRP identification at both NPL (National Pri-
  ority List) and non-NPL sites.  SETS does not address the
  range of other administrative duties related to tracking the
  PRP. The site report is designed to provide  PRP information
  linked by the associated site, which appears according to the
  state where the site is located.
  Specifications:  Also available in set of 6 reports PC  E99/
  MF E99, PB91-170431. Supersedes PB91-130575. See also
  PB91-170472  and PB91-170498. 40p.
  Subject index keywords: Hazardous  materials, Waste dis-
  posal, Superfund, Notification procedures, Directories, Rhode
  Island,  Site  Enforcement Tracking  System,  Potentially re-
  sponsible parties.

0790  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for South Carolina
  Order Number PB90-243114CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; 2 Aug 90
  When expending Superfund monies  at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive Environmental Response, Compensation  and Liabil-
  ity Act) site, EPA must  conduct a search to  identify parties
  with  potential financial responsibility for remediation of un-
  controlled hazardous waste sites.  EPA  regional  Superfund
  Waste  Management Staff issue a notice letter to  the poten-
  tially responsible party (PRP). Data from this notice letter is
  used to form the Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS).
  The data includes PRP  name and address, a company con-
  tact person, the date the notice was issued, and the related
  CERCLA site name  and identification number. SETS was
  created to track PRP identification at both NPL  (National Pri-
  ority List) and  non-NPL  sites. SETS does not address the
  range of other administrative duties related to tracking the
  PRP. These lists (updated quarterly) represent EPA's prelimi-
  nary findings on  the identities of potentially responsible par-
  ties. Inclusion on these lists does not constitute a  final deter-
  mination  concerning the liability of any  party for the hazard or
  contamination at  any CERCLA site. The  site  report is de-
  signed to provide PRP  information linked by the  associated
  site, which appears according to South Carolina  where the
  site is located.
  Specifications: Also available in set  of 8 reports PC  E99/
  MF E99, PB90-243049.  See also PB90-243106  and PB90-
  243122. 24p.
  Subject index keywords: Hazardous  materials, South Caro-
  lina, Waste disposal, Coordinated  procurement, Directories,
  Site Enforcement Tracking System,  Superfund,  Remedial
  action.
 0791  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for South Carolina
  Order Number PB91-130757CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; 19 Dec 90
  When  expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive Environmental  Response, Compensation and Liabil-
  ity Act) site, EPA must conduct a search  to identify parties
  with potential financial  responsibility for remediation of un-
  controlled  hazardous waste sites. EPA regional Superfund
  Waste Management Staff issue a notice letter  to the poten-
  tially responsible party (PRP) for the state  of South Carolina.
  Data from this notice letter is used to  form the Site Enforce-
  ment Tracking System (SETS). This data includes PRP  name
  and address, a company contact person, the date the notice
  was issued, and the related CERCLA  site  name and identifi-
  cation number. SETS was created to track PRP identification
  at both NPL (National Priority List) and non-NPL sites.  SETS
  does not address the range of other administrative duties re-
  lated to tracking the PRP.
  Specifications:  Also available in set  of 8 reports PC E99/
  MF E99, PB91-130690. Supersedes PB90-243114. See also
  PB91-130740 and PB91-130765. 23p.
  Subject index keywords: Hazardous  materials, South  Caro-
  lina, Waste disposal, Coordinated procurement,  Directories,
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                                                                      PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION: Enforcement
   Site Enforcement  Tracking  System, Superfund, Remedial
   action, Potentially responsible parties.

 °7.9.2  Sitf Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
   Listing by Site for South Carolina
   Order Number PB91-170670CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Waste Programs Enforcement; 5 Apr 91
   When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
   hens.ve  Environmental Response, Compensation and Liabil-

   2th  nLo?' i ,  ™S>  C0nduct a  search to identify Parties
   with  potential financial responsibility  for remediation of un-
   controlled  hazardous waste sites.  EPA  regional Superfund
   Waste Management Staff issued a notice letter to the poten-
   lally responsible party (PRP). Data from this notice letter is
   used to form the Site Enforcement  Tracking System (SETS)
   This data includes PRP name and address, a company con-
   ^lo£?rA °n' the date the notice was issued, and the related
   UERCLA site name and identification number.  SETS was
   created to track PRP identification at both NPL (National Pri-
   ority  List) and  non-NPL sites.  SETS  does not address the
   DDDSTU    •    administrative duties related to tracking the
   L^HK  ^'t6 rep°? is desi9ned to provide PRP  information
   linked by the associated site, which appears according to the
   state where the site  is located.
               s: Also available in set of 8 reports PC E99/
  PRQ-I i™«R;1~1?S?«; SuPersedes PB91-130757. See also
  PB91-170654 and PB91 -170688. 26p.
  Subject index keywords: Hazardous materials,  Waste dis-
  posal, Superfund, Notification procedures, Directories South
  Carolina, Site Enforcement Tracking System, Potentially re-
  sponsible parties.

0793   Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for South Dakota
  Order Number PB90-243353CDH, price: PC A01/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; 2 Aug 90
  When expending  Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive Environmental Response, Compensation  and Liabil-
  »ri»,  nV11?' ,EP-A must cond"ct a search to  identify parties
  with  Potential  financial responsibility for remediation of un-
  controlled hazardous  waste  sites.  EPA  regional  Superfund
  Waste Management Staff issue a notice letter to  the poten-
  lally  responsible party (PRP). Data from this  notice  letter is
  used  to form the Site  Enforcement Tracking System  (SETS)
  The data includes PRP name and address, a company con-
  ocn^f/f°n- the date the notice was issued, and the  related
  otHOLA site  name  and identification number. SETS was
  created to track PRP identification at both NPL (National Pri-
  ority List)  and non-NPL sites. SETS does  not address the
  nanDe-rK  °th,er administrative duties related to tracking the
  PRP These lists (updated quarterly) represent EPA's prelimi-
  nary findings on the identities of potentially responsible par-
 ties. Inclusion on these lists does not constitute a final deter-
 mination concerning the liability of any party for the hazard or
 contamination  at any  CERCLA site. The site report  is de-
 signed to provide  PRP information linked by the associated
 site, which appears according to South  Dakota where the
 site is  located.
             s: Also avai|able in set of 6 reports PC E99/
      ,9'  PB9°-243312- See  also PB90-243346 and PB90-
 243361. 4p.
    Subject  index  keywords:  Hazardous  materials,  South
    Dakota, Waste disposal, Coordinated procurement, Directo-
    ries, Site Enforcement Tracking System, Superfund, Remedi-
    al action.

  0794   Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
    Listing by Site for South Dakota
    Order Number PB91-131045CDH, price: PC A01/MF A01
    Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
    Waste Programs Enforcement; 19 Dec 90
    When expending  Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
    hensive Environmental Response, Compensation and  Liabil-
    ity Act) site, EPA must conduct  a search to identify parties
    with  potential financial responsibility for remediation of un-
    controlled hazardous waste sites.  EPA  regional Superfund
    Waste Management Staff issue a notice letter to the poten-
    tially responsible party (PRP) for  the state of South Dakota.
    Data from this notice letter  is used to form the Site Enforce-
    ment Tracking System (SETS).  This data includes PRP name
    and  address, a company contact  person, the date the notice
    was  issued,  and the related CERCLA site name and identifi-
    cation number. SETS was created to track PRP identification
    at both NPL (National Priority List) and non-NPL sites. SETS
    does not address the range of other administrative duties re-
    lated to tracking the PRP.
    Specifications: Also available  in  set of 6 reports PC  E99/
    MF E99, PB91-131003. Supersedes PB90-243353. See also
    PB91-131037 and  PB91-131052. 4p.
   Subject  index  keywords: Hazardous materials,  South
   Dakota, Waste disposal, Coordinated procurement, Directo-
   ries,  Site Enforcement Tracking System, Superfund, Remedi-
   al action, Potentially  responsible parties.

 0795  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
   Listing by Site for South  Dakota
   Order Number PB91-170910CDH, price: PC A02/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Waste Programs Enforcement; 5 Apr 91
   When expending Superfund  monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
   hensive Environmental Response,  Compensation  and Liabil-
   ity Act) site,  EPA must conduct a search to  identify parties
   with potential financial responsibility  for remediation of un-
   controlled hazardous waste  sites. EPA regional  Superfund
   Waste Management Staff issued a notice letter to  the poten-
   tially responsible party (PRP). Data from this  notice letter is
   used to form  the Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS)
  This data includes PRP name and  address, a company con-
  tact person, the date the notice  was  issued, and the related
  CERCLA site  name  and identification number. SETS  was
  created to track PRP identification  at  both NPL (National Pri-
  ority List) and non-NPL sites. SETS  does not address the
  range of other  administrative duties  related to tracking the
  PRP. The site report is designed to provide PRP information
  linked by the associated site,  which appears according to the
  state where the site is located.
  Specifications: Also  available in set  of 6 reports PC E99/
  MF  E99, PB91-170878. Supersedes PB91-131045. See also
  PB91-170902 and PB91-170928. 6p.
  Subject index keywords:  Hazardous materials, Waste  dis-
  posal,  Superfund, Notification procedures, Directories, South
.  Dakota, Site Enforcement  Tracking System, Potentially re-
  sponsible parties.
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PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION: Enforcement
0796  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for Tennessee
  Order Number PB90-243122CDH, price: PC A02/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; 2 Aug 90
  When expending Superfund monies at  a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liabil-
  ity Act)  site, EPA must conduct a search to identify parties
  with potential financial responsibility for remediation  of un-
  controlled hazardous waste  sites. EPA regional Superfund
  Waste Management Staff issue a notice letter to the  poten-
  tially responsible party (PRP). Data from this  notice letter is
  used to form the Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS).
  The data includes PRP name and address, a company con-
  tact person, the date the notice was issued, and the related
  CERCLA site name and identification number. SETS was
  created to track PRP identification at both NPL (National Pri-
  ority List) and  non-NPL sites. SETS does not  address the
  range of other administrative duties related to  tracking the
  PRP. These lists (updated quarterly) represent EPA's prelimi-
  nary findings on the identities of  potentially responsible par-
  ties. Inclusion on these lists does not constitute  a final deter-
  mination concerning the liability of any party for the hazard or
  contamination at any CERCLA site. The site report  is de-
  signed  to provide PRP information linked by the associated
  site, which appears according to Tennessee where the site is
  located.
   Specifications: Also  available in set of 8 reports PC E99/
   MF E99, PB90-243049. See also  PB90-243114.  9p.
   Subject index keywords: Hazardous  materials, Tennessee,
   Waste disposal, Coordinated procurement,  Directories, Site
   Enforcement Tracking System, Superfund, Remedial  action.

 0797  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
   Listing by Site for Tennessee
   Order Number PB91-130765CDH, price: PC A02/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Waste Programs Enforcement; 19 Dec 90
   When  expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
   hensive Environmental  Response, Compensation and Liabil-
   ity Act) site. EPA must conduct a search to identify parties
   with potential  financial responsibility for remediation of  un-
   controlled hazardous waste sites. EPA regional  Superfund
   Waste Management Staff issue  a notice letter to the poten-
   tially  responsible party  (PRP) for the state of Tennessee.
   Data from this notice letter is used to form the Site Enforce-
   ment Tracking System (SETS). This data includes PRP name
   and address, a company contact person, the date the notice
   was issued, and the  related  CERCLA site name and identifi-
   cation number. SETS was created to track PRP identification
   at both NPL (National Priority List) and non-NPL sites. SETS
   does not address the range of other administrative duties re-
    lated to tracking the PRP.
    Specifications:  Also available in set of 8 reports PC E99/
    MF E99, PB91-130690. Supersedes PB90-243122. See also
    PB91-130757. 9p.
    Subject index keywords:  Hazardous materials, Tennessee,
    Waste disposal, Coordinated procurement,  Directories,  Site
    Enforcement Tracking System,  Superfund,  Remedial action,
    Potentially responsible parties.
0798  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for Tennessee
  Order Number PB91-170688CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; 5 Apr 91
  When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liabil-
  ity Act)  site, EPA must conduct a  search to identify parties
  with potential financial  responsibility for remediation  of un-
  controlled  hazardous waste  sites.  EPA regional Superfund
  Waste Management Staff issued a  notice letter to the poten-
  tially responsible party (PRP). Data from this notice letter is
  used to form the Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS).
  This data  includes PRP name and  address, a company con-
  tact person, the date the notice was issued, and the related
  CERCLA  site  name and identification number.  SETS was
  created to track PRP identification  at both NPL (National Pri-
  ority List)  and non-NPL sites. SETS does not  address the
  ranqe of  other administrative duties related to  tracking the
  PRp  The site report is designed to provide PRP information
  linked by the associated site, which appears according to the
  state where the site is located.
  Specifications: Also available in set of 8  reports  PC E99/
  MF E99,  PB91-170605. Supersedes PB91-130765. See also
  PB91-170670. 11 p.
  Subject index keywords:  Hazardous materials, Waste dis-
   posal Superfund, Notification procedures,  Directories, Ten-
   nessee, Site Enforcement  Tracking System, Potentially re-
   sponsible parties.
 0799  Site  Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
   Listing by Site for Texas
   Order Number PB90-243254CDH,  price: PC A05/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency,  Washington, DC. Office of
   Waste Programs Enforcement; 2 Aug 90
   When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
   hensive Environmental  Response, Compensation and Liabil-
   ity Act) site, EPA must conduct a search  to identify parties
   with potential financial responsibility for remediation of un-
   controlled hazardous waste sites. EPA regional Superfund
   Waste Management Staff issue a notice letter  to the poten-
   tially responsible party  (PRP). Data from this notice letter is
   used to form the Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS).
   The data includes  PRP name and address, a company con-
   tact person, the date the  notice was issued, and the related
   CERCLA site  name and  identification number. SETS  was
   created to track PRP identification at both NPL (National Pri-
   ority  List) and non-NPL sites. SETS  does not address  the
   range of other administrative  duties related to tracking  the
   PRP These lists (updated quarterly) represent EPA's prelimi-
   nary findings on the identities of  potentially responsible par-
   ties Inclusion on these lists does not constitute a final deter-
    mination concerning the liability of any party for the hazard or
    contamination at any  CERCLA site.  The site report is de-
    signed to provide  PRP information linked by the  associated
    site, which appears according to  Texas where the site is lo-
    cated.
    Specifications: Also  available in set of 5 reports PC E99/
    MF E99, PB90-243205. See also  PB90-243247. 89p.
    Subject  index  keywords:  Hazardous  materials,  Texas,
    Waste disposal, Coordinated procurement, Directories,  Site
    Enforcement Tracking System, Superfund, Remedial action.
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                                                                     PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION: Enforcement
   Order Number PB91-130948CDH, price: PC A05/MF A01

   wSnSmPr?TUOn Agen°y' Washin9ton- DC. Office of
   waste Programs Enforcement; 19 Dec 90
   When expending  Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-

   fe TSS |™r°"menta' ReSp°nse' ^^Pensation and UaW-
   ity Act) site, EPA must conduct a search to  identify
                                     °r rem        on-
             hazardous  waste sites.  EPA regional Superfund
   Waste Management Staff issue a notice letter to the poten
   tally responsible  party (PRP) for the state  of Texas Date
   from this notice letter is used to form the Site Enforcement
   Tracking System (SETS). This data includes  PRP name and
   address, a  company contact person, the date the notice was
   numSr'sETS w^ ^ ^ ""» -d ^enEaS
   both  NPI  ™ ,-   f rfeated *°  track PRP  identification at
   both  NPL (National Priority List) and  non-NPL sites  SETS

                            °f °ther
               : Also  available in set of 5 reports PC E99/

               slT98' SUPerSSdeS PB90-243254' ^ a'S°
  Subject  index keywords:  Hazardous  materials,  Texas
          SP t8?'' C°ordinated Procurement, Directories, stte
                              superfund> Remediai
                                       (SETS): PRP
      ~»* — *  •—-..» • vi i «^yv«o
  Order Number PB91-170811CDH, price- PC A05/MF A01
  WaS"SJ' Pr°tefction A9ency, Washington, DC. Office of
  waste Programs Enforcement; 5 Apr 91

  ^sL^ESn9 ^fn "d m°nieS at a CERCLA Compre-
  hensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liabil-
             =PA  must conduct a search to identify parties
              financial responsibility  for remediation of un-
 Wai""»T  nazardous waste sites. EPA  regional Superfund
 Waste Management Staff issued a notice letter to the poten
 used oTrm'th6 Party - Data from this notice  letteMs
 used to form the Site Enforcement Tracking  System  (SETS)
 This data includes PRP name and address a company con-
 rpRr?T°V   date the notice was issued.  and the related
 Xt   A t S*   ,name and identification number.  SETS was

 offty U^Sc\non^PLnSeT°SEfsb^ ^ (Nati°nal P^
 ^^°^^^^'^^tedto fraSg ISe
 PRP. The site report is designed to provide PRP  information
                   ,toH 0i*Q  ...N;^ appears ,       ....
E99/
 a,so
             89p
                                 t °f 5
                                 PB91-130948'
Subject index keywords: Hazardous materials, Waste dis-
posal Superfund Notification procedures, Directories, Texas,
parties             aCkin9  SyStem'  P°tentially  responsible
  0802  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS)- PRP
    Listing by Site for Trust Territories
    Order Number PB90-243445CDH, price: PC A01/MF A01
    Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
    Waste Programs Enforcement; 2 Aug 90
    When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
    hensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liabil-
    ity Act)  site, EPA must conduct a search to identify parties
    with potential financial responsibility for remediation of un-
    u?" tr° »d hazardous waste sites. EPA  regional Superfund
    Waste Management Staff issue a notice letter to the poten-
    tially responsible party (PRP). Data from this notice letter is
    used to  form the Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS)
   The data includes PRP name and address, a company con-
   ^oR??0"' the date the notice was issued, and the related
   OhRCLA site name and  identification number.  SETS was
   created to track PRP identification at both NPL (National Pri-
   ority  List) and non-NPL sites. SETS  does  not address the
   Lpie-r£    ,er administrative duties related to tracking the
   PRP. These lists (updated quarterly) represent EPA's prelimi-
   nary findings on the identities of potentially responsible par-
   ties. Inclusion on these lists does not constitute a final deter-
   mination concerning the liability of any party for the hazard or
   contamination  at  any CERCLA  site.  The site report  is de-
   signed to provide PRP information linked by the  associated
   site, which appears according to Trust Territories where the
   site is located.

   f£e^f'Cations: Also  available in set of 6 reports PC E99/
   MF E99, PB90-243387. See also  PB90-243437. 5p.
   Subject index keywords:  Hazardous  materials, Trust Terri-
  tory of the Pacific Islands, Waste disposal, Coordinated pro-
  curement  Directories, Site  Enforcement  Tracking  System
  Superfund, Remedial action.

0803  Site  Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for Trust Territories
  Order Number PB91-131136CDH, price: PC A01/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; 19 Dec 90
  When expending Superfund monies at  a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liabil-
  ity Act) site, EPA must conduct a search to identify parties
  with potential financial  responsibility for remediation of un-
  w  1° f,  hazardous waste  sites. EPA regional  Superfund
  Waste Management Staff issue a notice letter to the poten-
  tially responsible party (PRP) for  the Trust Territories  Data
  from this notice letter is used to form  the Site Enforcement
  Tracking System (SETS). This data includes PRP name and
  address, a company contact person, the date  the notice was
 issued, and the related CERCLA site name  and identification
 hn£ MO!  iTS,- Waf ^reated  to track  PRP identification at
 both NPL  (National Priority List) and non-NPL sites SETS
 does not address the range of other administrative duties re-
 lated to tracking the PRP.
                       Also ava'lable in set of 6 reports PC E99/
                      13107a SuPersedes PB90-243445. See also
                    . 4p.
        Subject index keywords: Hazardous materials, Trust Terri-
        tories Waste disposal, Coordinated procurement, Directories
        Site Enforcement  Tracking System,  Superfund,  Remediai
        action, Potentially responsible parties, Trust Territory  of the
        Pacific Islands.
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PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION: Enforcement
0804  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for trust Territories          ,.„-.„,
  Order Number PB91-171009CDH, price: PC A01/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; 5 Apr 91
  When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liabil-
  ity Act)  site, EPA must conduct a search to identify parties
  with potential  financial responsibility for remediation  of  un-
  controlled hazardous waste sites.  EPA  regional Superfund
  Waste Management Staff issued a notice letter to the poten-
  tially responsible party (PRP). Data from this notice letter is
  used to form the Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS).
  This data includes PRP name and address, a company con-
  tact person, the date the notice was issued, and the related
  CERCLA site name and  identification  number. SETS was
  created to track PRP identification at both NPL (National Pri-
  ority List) and non-NPL sites. SETS  does not address the
  range of other administrative duties related to tracking the
   PRP. The site report is designed to provide PRP information
   linked by the associated site, which appears according to the
   state where the site is located.
   Specifications: Also available in set of 6  reports PC E99/
   MF E99, PB91 -170944. Supersedes PB91-131136. See also
   PB91-170993. 5p.
   Subject index keywords: Hazardous materials, Waste dis-
   posal, Superfund, Notification procedures,  Directories, Trust
   territory of the Pacific Islands,  Site Enforcement Tracking
   System, Potentially responsible parties.
 0805  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
   Listing by Site for Utah
   Order Number PB90-243361CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Waste Programs Enforcement; 2 Aug 90
   When  expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
   hensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liabil-
   ity Act) site,  EPA must conduct a search to identify parties
   with potential financial responsibility for remediation of un-
   controlled  hazardous waste sites. EPA regional  Superfund
   Waste Management Staff issue  a notice letter to the poten-
   tially responsible party (PRP). Data from this notice letter is
   used to form the Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS).
   The data includes PRP name and address, a company con-
   tact person,  the date the notice was issued, and the related
    CERCLA site name and identification number. SETS was
    created to track PRP identification at both NPL (National Pri-
    ority List)  and non-NPL  sites. SETS does not address the
    range of other administrative duties related to tracking the
    PFIP, These lists (updated quarterly) represent EPA's prelimi-
    nary findings on the identities of potentially responsible par-
    ties. Inclusion on these lists does  not constitute a final deter-
    mination concerning the liability of any party for the hazard or
    contamination at  any CERCLA site. The site report is de-
    signed to provide PRP information linked  by the associated
    site, which appears according to Utah  where the site is locat-
    ed.
     Specifications: Also available in set of 6  reports PC E99/
     MF E99,  PB90-243312. See  also PB90-243353 and PB90-
     243379.14p.
     Subject index keywords:  Hazardous materials, Waste  dis-
     posal, Utah, Coordinated procurement, Directories, Site  En-
     forcement Tracking System, Superfund, Remedial action.
0806  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for Utah
  Order Number PB91-131052CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; 19 Dec 90
  When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liabil-
  ity Act)  site, EPA must conduct a  search to identify parties
  with potential financial  responsibility for remediation  of un-
  controlled hazardous waste  sites.  EPA regional Superfund
  Waste Management Staff issue a notice letterto the poten-
  tially responsible party (PRP) for the state of Utah. Data from
  this notice letter is used to form the Site Enforcement Track-
  ing System  (SETS). This data includes PRP  name and ad-
  dress, a company contact person, the  date the notice was
  issued,  and  the related CERCLA site name and identification
  number. SETS was  created  to track PRP  identification  at
  both  NPL (National Priority  List)  and non-NPL sites  SETb
  does not address the range of other administrative duties re-
  lated to tracking the PRP.
  Specifications: Also available in set of 6 reports  PC E99/
   MF E99, PB91-131003. Supersedes PB90-243361. See also
   PB91-131045 and PB91-131060. 14p.
   Subject index keywords: Hazardous materials, Utah, Waste
   disposal, Coordinated procurement, Directories, Site Enforce-
   ment Tracking System, Superfund, Remedial  action, Poten-
   tially responsible parties.
 0807  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
   Listing by Site for Utah
   Order Number PB91-170928CDH,  price: PC A03/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency,  Washington, DC. Office of
   Waste Programs Enforcement; 5 Apr 91
   When  expending Superfund monies at a  CERCLA (Compre-
   hensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liabil-
   ity Act) site, EPA must conduct a search to  identify parties
   with potential  financial responsibility for  remediation of  un-
   controlled  hazardous  waste sites.  EPA  regional  Superfund
   Waste Management Staff issued a notice letter to the poten-
   tially responsible party (PRP). Data from this notice etter is
   used to form the Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS).
   This data includes PRP name and address, a company con-
   tact person, the date  the notice was issued, and the related
    CERCLA site name  and  identification number. SETS was
    created to track PRP  identification at both NPL (National Pri-
    ority List)  and non-NPL sites. SETS does not address the
    range  of other  administrative duties related  to tracking the
    PRP The  site report  is designed to provide PRP information
    linked by the associated site, which appears according to the
    state where the site is located.
    Specifications: Also available in set  of 6 reports PC  E99/
    MF E99, PB91-170878. Supersedes PB91-131052. See  also
    PB91-170910 and PB91-170936. 16p.
    Subject index  keywords: Hazardous materials,  Waste dis-
    posal  Superfund, Notification procedures, Directories,  Utah,
    Site Enforcement Tracking System,  Potentially responsible
    parties.
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                                                                      PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION: Enforcement
  0808  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS)- PRP
    Listing by Site for Vermont
    Order Number PB90-242934CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
    \A/naVc!t0Tental Protection Aaency, Washington, DC. Office of
    Waste Programs Enforcement; 2 Aug 90
    When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
    itTAct? SrFpTental ResP°nse' Compensation and Liabil-
    Jy Act)  site EPA must conduct a search to identify parties
    SSrSTJ? fTCial resP°nsibility *>r remediation of un
    controlled hazardous waste sites. EPA  regional Superfund
    Waste Management Staff issue a notice letter to the poten
    any  esDons,ble party (PRP). Data from this notice letter is
   used to  form the Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS?
   The data mcludes PRP name and address a company con-
    aC°"'tthe ^ the n°tice was issued> anSTe related
          t     ?a£? and  iderrtifica«on number.  SETS was
          ?  H   PRM identification at both NPL (National P?
          ? ?£  nTNPL SitSS- SETS  does not address the
   PRP  Thl   ,ertadm!?iStrative duties related to ^king the
   PRP. These lists (updated quarterly) represent EPA's orelimi
   nary findings on the identities of poten'afy Iponsib'e S-"
   ^Inclusion on these lists does not constitute a final deter-
   rnmat,on concernmg the liability of any party for the hazard or
   contam.nat.on  at  any CERCLA  site.  The site report  is de-
   11  1  hPr°Vlde PRP information linked by the  associated
   Seated   aPPearS accordin9 to Vermont where the site  is
          oS: Also availab'e in set of 6 reports PC E99/
        9, PB90-242876. See also PB90-242926 Up

               , **yw°rds:  Hazardous materials,  Vermont,
  Enfo        T ' Coordinated Procurement, Directories, Site
  Enforcement Tracking System, Superfund, Remedial action.

0809  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for Vermont                IOM-KK
  Order Number PB91-130583CDH, price: PC A02/MF A01
  Wa^nnS' Pr°t€fion A9ency- Washington, DC. Office of
  waste Programs Enforcement; 19 Dec 90
  When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
  £AC? lrrFPAenta' ResP°nse' Compensation and Liabil-
  2th nn^nr , *   "^ C°nduct a search to iden«fy Parties
  ^ntrnM  H  h   'T^' resPonsibility for remediation of un-
  controlled  hazardous waste sites.  EPA regional Superfund
  Waste Management Staff issue a notice letter to the poten
  mm  hcP°nf 'e,Party (PRP)  for the state of Vermont Data
 Si  %n0tT 'etter JS US6d to form the Site Enforcement
 Tracking System (SETS). This data includes PRP name and
 Sn  H ' 3H ct°mpany contact Person,  the date the notice was
                   ed °ERCLA Site name and identification
      NPI ™ *•     nreated to track  PRP identification  at
        t  (Nat,onal Pnority List) and non-NPL sites. SETS

      to°
 PB9
              : Also avai|able  in set of 6 reports PC E99/
                                              See alo
              , keywords:  Hazardous materials, Vermont
              '  C,Oordinated Procurement,  Directories, S"te
               °^9 SyStem>  SuPerfund- Remedial action,
          responsible parties.
  0810  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS)- PRP
    Listing by Site for Vermont
    Order Number PB91-170498CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
    Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC Office of
    Waste Programs Enforcement; 5 Apr 91
    When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
    hensive Environmental Response, Compensation  and Liabil-
    ity Act)  site, EPA must conduct a search to identify parties
   with  potential financial responsibility for remediation of un-
   controlled  hazardous waste sites.  EPA  regional  Superfund
   Waste Management Staff issued a notice letter to  the poten-
   tially responsible party (PRP). Data from this notice  letter is
   used to  form the Site Enforcement Tracking  System  (SETS)
   This data includes PRP name and address, a company con-
   ^L£??°n' the date tne notice was issued-  and the related
   OhRCLA site name  and identification number. SETS was
   created to track PRP identification at both NPL (National Pri-
   ority List) and non-NPL sites. SETS does not address the
   range of other administrative duties related  to tracking the
   PRP  The site report is designed to  provide PRP information
   linked by the associated site, which appears according to the
   state where the site is located.
   Specifications: Also  available in set of 6 reports  PC  E99/
   MF E99, PB91-170431. Supersedes PB91-130583.  See also
   PB91-170480. 11 p.
   Subject index keywords: Hazardous materials, Waste dis-
   posal, Superfund, Notification procedures, Directories  Ver-
   mont, Site Enforcement Tracking System, Potentially respon-
  sible parties.

0811  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS)- PRP
  Listing by Site for Virginia
  Order Number PB91-130674CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; 19 Dec 90
  When expending  Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive Environmental Response, Compensation and  Liabil-
  ity Act) site, EPA must conduct a search to identify parties
  with potential financial  responsibility  for remediation of un-
  controlled hazardous waste sites. EPA  regional Superfund
  Waste  Management Staff issue a notice letter to the poten-
  tially responsible party (PRP) for  the state of  Virginia.  Data
  from this notice letter is  used  to form the Site Enforcement
 Tracking System (SETS). This data includes PRP name and
 address, a company contact person, the date the notice was
 issued, and the related CERCLA site name and identification
 JUUU MO,  ^!~S W3S °reated to track  PRP identification at
 both NPL  (National Priority List) and non-NPL sites SETS
 does not address the range of other administrative duties re-
 lated to tracking the PRP.
 Specifications: Also available  in set of 5 reports PC  E99/
 MF E99, PB91-130633. Supersedes PB90-243023. See also
 PB91 -130666 and PB91 -130682. 25p.
 Subject  index  keywords: Hazardous materials,  Virginia
 Waste disposal,  Coordinated procurement,  Directories  Site
 Enforcement Tracking System,  Superfund, Remedial  action,
 Potentially responsible parties.
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PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION: Enforcement
0812  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for Virginia                  ,..,-*„,
  Order Number PB91-170589CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; 5 Apr 91
  When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liabil-
  ity Act)  site, EPA must conduct a search to identify parties
  with potential  financial responsibility for remediation  of  un-
  controlled hazardous waste sites. EPA  regional Superfund
  Waste Management Staff issued a notice letter to the poten-
  tially responsible party (PRP). Data from this notice letter is
  used to form the Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS).
  This data includes PRP name and address, a company con-
  tact person, the date the notice was issued, and the related
  CERCLA site name and  identification  number. SETS was
  created to track PRP identification at both NPL (National Pri-
  ority List) and non-NPL sites. SETS does not address the
  range of other administrative duties related to tracking the
   PRP. The site report is designed to provide PRP information
   linked by the associated site, which appears according to the
   state where the site is located.
   Specifications: Also available in set of 5  reports PC E99/
   MF E99, PB91-170548. Supersedes PB91-130674. See also
   PB91-170571 and PB91-170597. 32p.
   Subject index keywords: Hazardous materials, Waste dis-
   posal, Superfund,  Notification procedures, Directories, Virgin-
   ia, Site Enforcement Tracking System, Potentially responsible
   parties.
 0813  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
   Listing by Site for Washington
   Order Number PB90-243486CDH, price: PC A06/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Waste Programs Enforcement; 2 Aug 90
   When  expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
   hensive Environmental Response, Compensation  and Liabil-
   ity Act) site,  EPA must conduct a search to identify parties
   with potential financial responsibility for remediation of un-
   controlled hazardous waste sites.  EPA  regional  Superfund
   Waste Management Staff issue a notice letter to  the poten-
   tially responsible party (PRP). Data from this notice letter  is
   used to form the Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS).
   The data includes PRP name and address,  a company con-
   tact person, the date the notice was issued, and  the related
    CERCLA site  name  and  identification number.  SETS was
    created to track PRP identification at both NPL (National Pri-
    ority List) and non-NPL sites. SETS does  not address the
    range of other administrative duties related to tracking the
    PRp. These  lists (updated quarterly) represent EPA's prelimi-
    nary findings on the identities of potentially responsible par-
    ties. Inclusion on these lists does not constitute a final deter-
    mination concerning the liability of any party for the hazard  or
    contamination at  any CERCLA site. The site report  is de-
    signed to provide PRP information linked by the associated
    site, which appears according to Washington  where the site
    is located.
    Specifications: Also available  in set of 3  reports PC E99/
    MF E99, PB90-243452. See also PB90-243478. 119p.
    Subject   index    keywords:    Hazardous   materials,
    Washington(State),  Waste  disposal,  Coordinated procure-
    ment, Directories, Site Enforcement Tracking System, Super-
    fund, Remedial action.
0814  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for Washington
  Order Number PB91-131177CDH, price: PC A06/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; 19 Dec 90
  When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liabil-
  ity Act)  site, EPA must conduct a  search to identify parties
  with potential financial  responsibility for remediation  of un-
  controlled hazardous waste  sites.  EPA regional Superfund
  Waste Management Staff issue a notice letter to the poten-
  tially  responsible  party (PRP) for the state  of Washington.
  Data  from this notice letter is used to form the Site Enforce-
  ment Tracking System (SETS). This data includes PRP name
  and address, a company contact person, the date the notice
  was issued, and the related CERCLA site name and .dentifi-
  cation number. SETS was created to track PRP identification
  at both NPL (National Priority List)  and non-NPL sites. SETS
  does not address the range of other administrative duties re-
  lated to tracking the PRP.
  Specifications: Also available in set of 3 reports  PC E99/
   MF E99, PB91-131144. Supersedes PB91-243486. See also
   PB91-131169. 120p.
   Subject    index   keywords:     Hazardous    materials,
   Washington(State),  Waste  disposal, Coordinated  procure-
   ment Directories, Site  Enforcement Tracking System, Super-
   fund, Remedial action,  Potentially responsible parties.

 0815  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
   Listing by Site for Washington
   Order Number PB91-171041CDH,  price: PC A07/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency,  Washington, DC. Office of
   Waste Programs Enforcement; 5 Apr 91
   When  expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
   hensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liabil-
   ity Act) site, EPA must conduct a search to identify parties
   with potential financial responsibility for  remediation of  un-
   controlled  hazardous  waste sites.  EPA regional Superfund
   Waste Management Staff issued a notice letter to the poten-
   tially responsible party (PRP). Data from  this notice etter is
   used to form the Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS).
   This data includes PRP name and address,  a company con-
   tact person, the date  the notice was issued, and the related
    CERCLA site name  and  identification number. SETS was
    created to track PRP  identification at both NPL (National Pri-
    ority List)  and non-NPL sites. SETS does  not address the
    range of other administrative duties related to tracking the
    PRP The  site report is designed to provide PRP information
    linked by the associated site, which appears according to the
    state where the site is located.
    Specifications: Also available in set  of 3 reports PC  E99/
    MF E99, PB91-171017. Supersedes PB91-131177. See also
    PB91-171033. 147p.
    Subject index keywords: Hazardous materials,  Waste dis-
    posal   Superfund,   Notification   procedures,  Directories,
    Washington(State), Site  Enforcement Tracking System, Po-
    tentially responsible parties.
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                                                                      PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION:
  0816  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS)- PRP
    Listing by Site for West Virginia
    Order Number PB90-243031CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01

    WaV^n^n«LPrrtefCti°n Agency' Washington, DC. Office of
    waste Programs Enforcement; 2 Aug 90
    When expending Superfund monies at a  CERCLA (Comore
    nensive Environmental Response, Compensation
    Il?±±' ,EPA ™st conduct a_ search to ic
                       waste sites. EPA regional Superfund
               -  ,     Staff issue a notice letter to the poten
         esfonsib'e Party (PRP). Data from this notice letter is
        to form the Site Enforcement Tracking System SETS?
   The data includes PRP name and address a company con

               he ^ thS n°tiCe WaS iSSUed' aSTe related
          t     ,nanme and  identification  number.  SETS was
          to track PRP identification at both NPL (National^
   onty  List) and  non-NPL sites. SETS  does not address the
                                           °
        TheSe,t                                       e
       . These lists (updated quarterly) represent EPA's orelimi
   nary findings on the identities of potentially responsible S-"
   tes. Inclusion on these lists does not constitute a final dete -
   rn.nat.on concerning the liability of any party for the hazard or
   contamination  at any  CERCLA site. Ths ?£ report ?s £

        hchParnnde PRP in?rmati°n linked *V ^ associated
      eated       S according to West Vir9jnia where the site
          r      Also available in set of 5 reports PC E99/
        9, PB90-242983. See also PB90-243023 14p
  Subject index keywords: Hazardous materials, West Virgin-
  Site  EnL^fv Co°rdinated Procurement  Directories,
  action                 m9  SyStem' SuPerfund,  Remedial

0817  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for West Virginia
  Order Number PB91-130682CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01

  Srp^o™^0" A9enCy' Washington, DC. Office of
  waste Programs Enforcement; 19 Dec 90
  When expending Superfund monies at a  CERCLA fComore
            'ppr^1 ReSp°nSe' C°mpensatSn and TS-"
              ,A mUSt C°nduct a search to identify parties
           h  f"^anCial resP0nsib»ity for  remediation of un-
       M  hazardous waste sites. EPA  regional Superfund
 Waste Management Staff issue a notice letter to the poten

 Da a fZTf S tPartV (PRP) f°r tne State of West vESSta.
 Data from  this notice letter  is used to form the Site  Enforce-

 Tnd Jdf  9 SyStem (SETS)- This data i^ludes PRP name
 was fssued flnHC?hmPa7 COntaCt person' the date ^ notice
 was issued and the related CERCLA site name and identifi-

 at boVSpLTNaStETS.WpaS CrSated t0 traCk PRP identiSon
        NpL Nl Priority List) and non-NPL sites SETS
               Also avai|able  in set of 5 reports PC E99/
                      Supersedes PB90-243P031 See also
Subject index keywords: Hazardous materials, West Virgin-
Site En Ll'mPOStalV C°ordinated Procurement,  Directories,
                ^
  0818  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
    Listing by Site for West Virginia
    Order Number PB91-170597CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
    Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
    Waste Programs Enforcement; 5 Apr 91
    When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
    hensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liabil-
    ity Act)  site, EPA must conduct a search to identify parties
   w.th  potential financial responsibility  for remediation of un-
   S?T »  hazardous waste sites. EPA  regional Superfund
   Waste Management Staff issued a notice letter to the poten-
   tially responsible party (PRP). Data from this notice letter is
   used to  form the Site Enforcement Tracking  System (SETS)
   This data includes PRP name and address, a company con-
   r^??0"' the date the notice was issued>  and the related
   CERCLA site name  and identification number.  SETS was
   created to track PRP identification at both NPL (National Pri-
   ority List) and non-NPL sites. SETS  does not address the
   Daoie-ru °ther administrative duties related  to tracking the
   i-T'^I  tu'te report is des'gned to provide PRP  information
   linked by the associated site, which appears according to the
   state where the site is located.

   ?£e|!?Cations: Also ava'lable in set of 5 reports PC  E99/
   PRa^Tn^o1:170548- SuPersedes PB91-130682. See also
   rnkn-1 /Uoo9. 15p.

   Subject index keywords: Hazardous materials, Waste dis-
   posal, Superfund, Notification procedures, Directories  West
  Virginia  Site  Enforcement Tracking System,  Potentially re-
  sponsible parties.

0819  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for Wisconsin
  Order Number PB90-243197CDH, price: PC A03/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; 2 Aug 90
  When expending  Superfund monies at  a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liabil-
  1L ^t3  !•' ,EPA must conduct a search to identify parties
  with potential financial  responsibility for remediation of un-
  wllt  M  hazardous waste  sites. EPA regional Superfund
  Waste  Management Staff issue a notice letter to the poten-
  lally responsible party (PRP). Data from this notice letter is
  used to form the Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS)
 The data includes PRP name and address, a company con-
 ^!L£??°n> the date the notice was issued- and the related
 CERCLA  site name and  identification  number. SETS  was
 created to track PRP identification at both NPL (National Pri-
 ority  List)  and  non-NPL sites. SETS does not address  the
 DaDDe-ru °th,er administrative  duties related to tracking  the
 PRP. These lists (updated quarterly) represent EPA's prelimi-
 nary findings on the identities of potentially responsible par-
 ties. Inclusion on these lists does not constitute a final deter-
 mination concerning the liability of any party for  the hazard or
 contamination  at any CERCLA  site. The site  report is de-
 signed to  provide PRP information linked by the associated
 site, which  appears according  to Wisconsin where the site is
 located.
..v ,_ 	s: Also available in set of 6 reports PC  E99/
MF E99, PB90-243130. See also PB90-243189 44p.
Subject index keywords: Hazardous materials, Wisconsin
Waste  disposal, Coordinated procurement,  Directories  Site
Enforcement Tracking System, Superfund, Remedial action
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PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION: Enforcement
0820  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for Wisconsin
  Order Number PB91-130831CDH, price: PC A04/MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; 19 Dec 90
  When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liabil-
  ity Act)  site, EPA must conduct a search to identify parties
  with potential financial responsibility for remediation  of un-
  controlled hazardous waste  sites. EPA regional Superfund
  Waste Management Staff issue a notice letter to the poten-
  tially responsible party (PRP) for the state of Wisconsin. Data
  from this notice letter is used to form the Site Enforcement
  Tracking System (SETS). This data includes PRP name and
  address, a company contact person, the date the notice was
  issued,  and the related CERCLA site name and  identification
   number. SETS was  created to track PRP  identification  at
   both  NPL  (National Priority  List) and non-NPL sites. SETS
   does not address the range of other administrative duties re-
   lated to tracking the PRP.
   Specifications: Also  available in set of 6 reports PC E99/
   MF E99, PB91-130773. Supersedes PB90-243205. See also
   PB91-130823. 54p.
   Subject Index keywords: Hazardous  materials, Wisconsin,
   Waste  disposal,  Coordinated procurement,  Directories, Site
   Enforcement Tracking System, Superfund, Remedial action,
   Potentially responsible parties.
  0821  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
   Listing by Site for Wisconsin
   Order Number PB91-170753CDH, price: PC A04/MF A01
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Waste Programs Enforcement; 5 Apr 91
   When  expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
    hensive Environmental Response, Compensation  and Liabil-
    ity Act) site, EPA must conduct a search to identify parties
    with potential financial responsibility for remediation of  un-
    controlled hazardous waste sites.  EPA  regional Superfund
    Waste Management Staff issued a notice letter to the poten-
    tially responsible party (PRP). Data from this notice letter is
    used to form the Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS).
    This data includes PRP name and  address, a company con-
    tact person, the date the notice was issued, and the related
    CERCLA site name  and identification number.  SETS was
    created to track PRP identification at both NPL (National Pri-
    ority List) and non-NPL sites. SETS  does  not address the
    range  of other administrative duties related to tracking the
    PRP.  Tna Site report is designed to provide PRP information
    linked by the associated site, which appears according to the
    state where the site is located.
    Specifications: Also available  in set of 6  reports  PC E99/
    MF E99, PB91-170696. Supersedes PB91-130831.  See  also
    PB91-170746. 58p.
    Subject index keywords: Hazardous materials, Waste  dis-
     posal, Superfund,  Notification procedures, Directories,  Wis-
     consin, Site Enforcement Tracking System,  Potentially re-
     sponsible parties.
0822  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  Listing by Site for Wyoming
  Order Number PB90-243379CDH, price: PC A01 /MF A01
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; 2 Aug 90
  When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive Environmental Response, Compensation  and Liabil-
  ity Act)  site, EPA must conduct  a search to identify parties
  with potential financial  responsibility  for remediation of un-
  controlled hazardous waste  sites. EPA  regional  Superfund
  Waste Management Staff issue a notice letter tc.the^poten-
  tially responsible party (PRP). Data from this  no ice letter s
  used to form the Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS).
  The data includes PRP name and address  a company con-
  tact person, the date the  notice  was issued  and  the related
  CERCLA  site  name and identification number  SETS was
  created to track PRP identification at both  NPL (National Pn-
  ority  List) and non-NPL sites. SETS does not address  he
   range of  other administrative duties related f ^ta"9  *f
   PRP These lists (updated quarterly) represent EPAs prelimi-
   nary findings on the identities of V*^*™**^^
   ties Inclusion on these lists does not constitute a final deter-
   mination concerning the liability of any party for the hazard or
   examination at any CERCLA site  The s,t e report is.de-
   signed to provide PRP information linked by the associated
   site, which appears according to Wyoming where the site is
   located.
   Specifications: Also available in set of 6 reports PC E99/
   MF E99,  PB90-243312. See also PB90-243361. 5p.
   Subject index keywords: Hazardous materials, Waste  dis-
   posal,  Wyoming, Coordinated procurement  Directories,  Site
   Enforcement Tracking System,  Superfund, Remedial action.
  0823  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
    Listing by Site for Wyoming
    Order Number PB91-131060CDH, price: PC A01/MF A01
    Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
    Waste Programs Enforcement; 19 Dec 90
    When expending  Superfund  monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
    hensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liabil-
    ity Act) site, EPA must conduct a search to identify parties
    with potential financial  responsibility for remediation of  un-
    controlled hazardous waste sites.  EPA  regional Superfund
    Waste  Management Staff issue a notice letter to the poten-
    tially responsible  party (PRP) for the state of Wyoming. Data
    from this notice letter is used to form the Site•Entawrnert
    Tracking  System (SETS). This data includes PRP name  and
    aSess9  a company contact person, the date the no ice  was
    fssued, and the related CERCLA site name and identification
    number.  SETS was  created to track PRP identi,cation at
    both NPL (National Priority List)  and  non-NPL  sites  SETS
    does not address the range of other administrative duties re-
    lated to tracking the PRP.
    Specifications: Also available  in set  of 6  reports PC E99/
     MFE99, PB91-131003. Supersedes PB90-243379. See  also
     PB91-131052. 5p.
     Subject index keywords: Hazardous  materials,  Wyoming
     Waste disposal, Coordinated  procurement, Directories, Site
     Enforcement Tracking System, Superfund,  Remedial  action,
     Potentially responsible parties.
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  0824  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS)- PRP
    Listing by Site for Wyoming
    Order Number PB91-170936CDH, price: PC A02/MF A01
    Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
    Waste Programs Enforcement; 5 Apr 91
    When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
    hensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liabil-
    ity Act) site, EPA must conduct a search to  identify parties
    with potential  financial  responsibility for  remediation  of un-
    controlled hazardous waste  sites. EPA regional Superfund
    Waste Management Staff issued a notice letter to the poten-
    tially responsible party (PRP). Data from this  notice letter is
    used to form the Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS)
    This data includes PRP name and address, a company con-
    tact person, the date the notice was issued, and the related
    QERCLA site  name  and identification number. SETS  was
    created to track PRP identification at both NPL (National Pri-
    ority List) and non-NPL  sites. SETS does not address the
    range of other administrative  duties related to tracking the
   PRP. The site report is designed to provide PRP information
   linked by the associated site, which appears according to the
   state where the site is located.
   Specifications: Also  available in  set of  6 reports PC  E99/
   MF E99, PB91-170878. Supersedes PB91-131060. See  also
   PB91-170928. 7p.
   Subject index keywords:  Hazardous  materials, Waste dis-
   posal, Superfund, Notification procedures, Directories, Wyo-
   ming, Site Enforcement Tracking  System, Potentially respon-
   sible parties.

 0825  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
   National Frequency by Party Name, January 22,1992
   Order Number PB92-139518CDH, price: Call for price
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington,  DC. Office of
   Waste Programs Enforcement; 22 Jan 92
   When  expending Superfund monies at a  CERCLA (Compre-
   hensive  Environmental Response, Compensation and Liabil-
   ity Act) site, EPA must conduct a search to identify parties
   with potential  financial responsibility for  remediation of un-
   controlled hazardous  waste sites.  EPA regional Superfund
   Waste Management Staff issue a notice letter to the poten-
   tially responsible party (PRP). Data from  the notice  letter is
   used to form the Site Enforcement Tracking System  (SETS)
   The data includes PRP name and address, a company  con-
   tact person, the date the notice was issued, and the related
   CERCLA site  name  and identification number.  SETS  was
   created to track PRP identification at both NPL (National Pri-
   ority List) and non-NPL  sites. SETS does not address  the
   range of other  administrative duties related  to tracking  the
   PRP.
  Specifications: Supersedes PB92-105360. 4130p.
  Subject index keywords: Hazardous materials, Waste dis-
  posal, Directories, Site Enforcement Tracking System, Poten-
  tially responsible parties, Superfund.

0826  Site Enforcement Tracking System  (SETS): PRP
  National  Listing Alphabetically by Party  Name
  Order Number PB90-242850CDH, price:  Call for price
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; 2 Aug 90
  When expending Superfund  monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liabil-
  ity Act) site, EPA must conduct a search to identify parties
  with potential  financial responsibility for remediation of un-
   controlled hazardous waste  sites. EPA regional Superfund
   Waste Management Staff issue a notice letter to the poten-
   tially responsible party (PRP). Data from this notice letter is
   used to form the Site Enforcement Tracking  System (SETS).
   The data includes PRP name and address, a company con-
   tact person, the date the notice was  issued, and the related
   CERCLA site  name  and identification number.  SETS was
   created to track PRP identification at  both NPL (National Pri-
   ority List)  and non-NPL  sites. SETS does  not address the
   range of other administrative duties  related to tracking the
   PRP. These lists (updated quarterly) represent EPA's prelimi-
   nary findings on the identities of potentially responsible par-
   ties. Inclusion on these lists does not  constitute a final deter-
   mination concerning the liability of any party for the hazard or
   contamination at any CERCLA site. The alpha report lists the
   PRPs  in alphabetical order and links the records  with the
   site(s) where potential liability  is associated.
   Specifications: 2395p.
   Subject index keywords: Hazardous materials, Waste dis-
   posal, Industries, Coordinated procurement,  Directories, Site
   Enforcement Tracking System, Superfund, Remedial action.

 0827  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
   National Listing Alphabetically by Party Name
   Order Number PB91-130492CDH, price: Call for price
   Environmental Protection  Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Waste Programs Enforcement; 19 Dec 90
   When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
   hensive  Environmental Response, Compensation and Liabil-
   ity Act) site,  EPA must conduct a search  to  identify parties
   with potential financial responsibility for remediation of un-
   controlled hazardous waste sites. EPA regional  Superfund
   Waste Management Staff issue a notice letter to the poten-
   tially responsible party (PRP).  Data  from this notice letter is
   used to form the Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS).
   This data includes PRP name  and address, a company con-
   tact  person, the date the  notice was issued,  and the related
   CERCLA site name  and identification number. SETS  was
   created to track PRP  identification at both NPL (National Pri-
   ority List) and non-NPL sites. SETS does not address the
   range of other  administrative  duties related  to tracking the
   PRP.
  Specifications: Supersedes PB90-242850. 2565p.
  Subject  index  keywords: Hazardous materials, Waste dis-
  posal, Coordinated procurement,  Directories, Site  Enforce-
  ment Tracking System, Superfund, Remedial  action, Poten-
  tially responsible parties.

0828   Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  National Listing Alphabetically by Party Name
  Order Number PB91-170415CDH, price: Call for price
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement;  5 Apr 91
  When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive  Environmental Response, Compensation and Liabil-
  ity Act) site,  EPA must conduct a search to  identify parties
  with  potential financial responsibility for remediation of un-
  controlled hazardous  waste sites. EPA regional Superfund
  Waste Management Staff issued a notice letter to the poten-
  tially  responsible party (PRP). Data from this notice letter is
  used  to -form the Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS).
  This data includes PRP name and address, a company con-
  tact person, the  date the notice was issued, and,the related
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  CERCLA site name and  identification number. SETS was
  created to track PRP identification at both NPL (National Pri-
  ority List)  and non-NPL sites. SETS does" not address the
  range of other administrative duties related to tracking the
  PRP. The alpha report lists the PRPs in alphabetical order
  and links the records with the site(s) where potential liability
  is associated.
  Specifications: Supersedes PB91-130492. 2753p.
  Subject index keywords: Hazardous materials, Waste dis-
  posal,  Superfund, Notification procedures,  Directories,  Site
  Enforcement Tracking System.
0829  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  National Listing Alphabetically by Party Name
  Order Number PB93-134187CDH, price: Call for price
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; 8 Dec 92
  When  expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive Environmental Response,  Compensation and Liabil-
  ity Act) site, EPA must conduct a search  to identify parties
  with potential financial responsibility for remediation  of un-
  controlled hazardous  waste sites.  EPA regional Superfund
  Waste Management Staff issue a notice letter to the poten-
  tially responsible party (PRP). Data from this  notice letter is
  used to form the Site  Enforcement Tracking System (SETS).
  This data includes PRP name and address, a company con-
  tact person, the date the notice was issued, and the related
  CERCLA  site name  and identification  number.  SETS was
  created to track PRP identification at both NPL (National Pri-
  ority List) and non-NPL sites. SETS  does not address the
  range  of  other administrative duties related to tracking the
  PRP.
  Specifications:  Supersedes PB92-220136. 5887p.
  Subject  index  keywords:  Superfund,  Remedial  action,
  Waste disposal, Directories, Hazardous materials, Site En-
  forcement Tracking System, Potentially responsible parties.

 0830  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
   National Listing Alphabetically by Party Name
   Order Number PB93-177129CDH, price: Call for price
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Waste Programs Enforcement; Apr 93
   When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
   hensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liabil-
   ity Act) site, EPA must conduct a search to identify parties
   with potential financial responsibility  for remediation of un-
   controlled hazardous waste sites. EPA regional Superfund
   Waste Management Staff issue a notice letter to the poten-
   tially responsible party (PRP). Data from the notice letter is
   used to form the Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS).
   The data includes PRP name and address, a company con-
   tact person, the date the notice was  issued,  and the related
   CERCLA site name and identification  number.
   Specifications: Supersedes PB93-134187. SOOOp.
   Subject  index keywords:  Law enforcement, Hazardous ma-
   terials, Sites, Superfund, Waste management, Potential re-
   sponsible party.
0831  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  National Listing Alphabetically by Party Name, January
  22, 1992
  Order Number PB92-139526CDH, price: PC A09
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
  Waste Programs Enforcement; 22 Jan 92
  When expending Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive Environmental Response, Compensation  and Liabil-
  ity Act)  site, EPA must  conduct a  search to identify parties
  with  potential financial  responsibility for remediation of un-
  controlled  hazardous waste sites.  EPA  regional  Superfund
  Waste Management Staff  issue a notice letter to the poten-
  tially responsible party (PRP). Data from the notice letter is
  used to form the Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS).
  The data includes PRP  name and  address, a company con-
  tact person, the date the notice was issued, and  the related
  CERCLA site  name  and  identification number.  SETS was
  created to track PRP identification at both NPL (National Pri-
  ority List) and non-NPL sites.
  Specifications: Supersedes PB92-105345. 184p.
  Subject index keywords: Hazardous materials,  Waste dis-
  posal, Directories, Superfund, Potentially responsible parties,
  USEPA regions 1-10.
 0832  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
  National Listing by Site
  Order Number PB90-242843CDH, price: Call for price
  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Water
  and Land Div;  2 Aug 90
  When expending  Superfund monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
  hensive Environmental  Response,  Compensation and Liabil-
  ity Act) site, EPA must conduct a search  to identify parties
  with  potential  financial  responsibility for remediation  of un-
  controlled  hazardous waste  sites.  EPA regional Superfund
  Waste  Management  Staff issue a  notice letter to the poten-
  tially responsible  party  (PRP). Data from this notice letter is
   used to form the Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS).
  The data includes PRP name and address, a company con-
  tact person, the date the notice was issued, and the related
   CERCLA  site name and identification  number.  SETS was
   created to track PRP identification at both NPL (National Pri-
   ority List)  and non-NPL sites.  SETS does not address the
   range of other administrative duties related to tracking the
   PRP. These lists  (updated quarterly) represent EPA's prelimi-
   nary findings on the identities of potentially responsible par-
   ties.  Inclusion on these lists does not constitute a final deter-
   mination concerning the liability of  any party for the  hazard or
   contamination at any  CERCLA site. The  site report  is de-
   signed to  provide PRP information linked by the associated
   site, which appears  according to the state where the  site is
   located.
   Specifications: 2290p.
   Subject index keywords:  Hazardous materials, Waste dis-
   posal,  Coordinated  procurement,   Directories, Site Enforce-
   ment Tracking System, Superfund, Remedial action.

  0833  Site Enforcement Tracking  System (SETS): PRP
   National Listing by Site
   Order  Number PB91-131334CDH,  price: Call for price
   Environmental Protection Agency,  Washington, DC. Office  of
   Waste Programs Enforcement; 19 Dec 90
   When expending Superfund monies at  a  CERCLA (Compre-
   hensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liabil-
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    ity Act) site, EPA must conduct a search to identify parties
    with potential financial responsibility for remediation of un-
    controlled  hazardous waste sites. EPA regional Superfund
    Waste Management Staff issue a notice letter to the poten-
    tially responsible party (PRP). Data from this notice letter is
    used to form the Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS)
    This data includes PRP name and address, a company con-
    r^L£?rf°n' the date the notice was issued- and the related
    OERCLA  site name and identification  number. SETS was
    created to track PRP identification at both NPL (National Pri-
    ority List) and  non-NPL sites.  SETS does not address the
    Daoie-ru    er administrative duties related to tracking the
    PRP. These lists (updated quarterly) represent EPA's prelimi-
    nary findings on the identities of potentially responsible par-
    ties. Inclusion on these lists does not constitute a final deter-
    mination concerning the liability of any party for the hazard or
    contamination at any CERCLA site.
    Specifications: Supersedes PB90-242843. 2446p.
    Subject index  keywords: Hazardous materials, Waste dis-
    posal, Coordinated procurement, Directories, Alabama  Site
    Enforcement  Tracking  System,  Superfund,  Potentially  re-
   sponsible parties, Remedial action.

 0834  Site Enforcement Tracking System (SETS): PRP
   National Listing by Site
   Order Number PB91 -170407CDH, price: Call for price
   Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of
   Waste Programs Enforcement; 5 Apr 91
   When expending Superfund  monies at a CERCLA (Compre-
   hensive  Environmental Response, Compensation and Liabil-
   ity Act) site,  EPA must conduct a se