RBCA

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AcronymDefinition
RBCARisk-Based Corrective Action
RBCARugby Business Club Australia
RBCAReverse Bankcard Appending
RBCARoller Bearing Company of America, Inc. (Oxford, CT)
RBCARussian British Cultural Association
RBCARed Blood Cell Accumulation
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Prior to the introduction of risk-based corrective action at nonprogram sites, contamination at a site was typically remediated to the default CTLs contained in F.
The goal of risk-based corrective action in Florida was to provide for a flexible site-specific cleanup process that reflected the intended use of the property following cleanup, while maintaining adequate protection of human health, safety, and the environment through the evaluation of the toxicity of the contamination and exposure pathways by which human and environmental receptors may be exposed.
In the late 1990s and early 2000s, the former Contaminated Soils Forum assisted FDEP by providing valuable input in what ultimately became global application of the Florida risk-based corrective action program to all contaminated sites in the state.
The risk-based corrective action approach used for underground storage tanks will likely be used as a starting point for corrective action in other programs, such as those administered by IDEM's Office of Solid and Hazardous Waste Management.
In 1995, the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (IEPA) established a Risk-Based Corrective Action (RBCA - pronounced Rebecca) procedure to develop cleanup objectives for the remediation of both soil and groundwater.
protect public and private sport shooting or training range owners, operators, users, employees, agents, contractors, customers, lenders, and insurers from lawsuits and other legal actions by the state, special purpose districts, or political subdivisions and to promote maximum flexibility for implementation of environmental management practices and of the principles of risk-based corrective actions, pursuant to s.
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