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Attached Guidance on Determining and Tracking Substantial Noncompliance with CERCLA Enforcement Instruments in CERCLIS

On April 28, 2008, the EPA Office of Inspector General issued a final report titled "EPA Needs to Track Compliance with Superfund Cleanup Requirements.  The report found that EPA was not tracking SNC with CERCLA instruments nationally and recommended that EPA begin such tracking and use the resulting data to monitor its progress in managing SNC.

From: Elliott Gilberg/DC/USEPA/US
To: 
Cc: 
Date: 08/25/2009 03:03 PM
Subject: Guidance on Determining and Tracking Substantial Noncompliance with CERCLA Enforcement Instruments in CERCLIS


This e-mail transmits the “Guidance on Determining and Tracking Substantial Noncompliance with CERCLA Enforcement Instruments in CERCLIS.”  Please see the attached transmittal memorandum and guidance.  The guidance defines substantial noncompliance (SNC) with Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA) enforcement instruments and describes a process for tracking SNC in the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Information System (CERCLIS). 

If you have questions about the guidance, please contact Bruce Pumphrey at 202-564-4222 or Steve Keim at 202-564-6073.  If you have questions specific to federal facilities, please contact Greg Snyder at 202-564-4271.

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