CERCLISComprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Information System (formerly ERRIS; US EPA)
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Only six sites in the CERCLIS registry and only three sites in the CERCLIS archives signed up with the Colorado VCP.
Three of the participating CERCLIS sites applied directly for NAD, and one of the sites from the CERCLIS archives applied directly for NAD.
Some states may have their own equivalent of the CERCLIS list, the scoring system, and the NPL list of properties with the highest priority for cleanup.
Information about existing properties on the CERCLIS or NPL lists can be obtained from regional offices of the EPA.
Early in 1995, the EPA removed about 25,000 sites from CERCLIS.
The EPA has a number of programs in the works to "help remove the barriers to property transfer and revitalization"(29) of contaminated sites in the CERCLIS and NPL programs.
Also shown are all the CERCLIS sites in Queens, which can be augmented with information on the types of pollutants present at each location; this provides a means of defining the distance between segments and site locations and allows evaluation of completed exposure pathways.
of sites in national database that are required to report air emissions in or near segment CERCLIS 2 2 TRI Inventory 4 11 NEI Inventory 6 30 (a) Sites were identified during walk/drive-through.
Only a limited number of sites are listed in the CERCLIS, TRI, or NEI databases as being near segment 4593, indicating that major industrial sources probably have limited impact on the segment.
This study also concludes that as the percentage of Blacks or Hispanics and socioeconomically disadvantaged families increases in a neighborhood, the risk that CERCLIS [Comprehensive Environmental Response and Liabilities Information System database] sites will be placed on the NPL decreases.
Technically, the site will be a CERCLIS site until it has achieved a Hazard Ranking Score of 28.
CERCLIS (Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability Index of Sites) listing means that there is some basis to believe that the site may contain an uncontrolled or threatened uncontrolled release of a hazardous substance.