ECT Remedial Action Program
The Environmental Control Technology Division (ECT) is a component of the Office of Environmental Compliance and Overview under the Assistant Secretary for Environment of the Department of Energy (DOE). The Division has, since its formation in July 1975, been responsible within the DOE for programs to decontaminate and decommission (D&D) surplus facilities. More recently, the Division was made responsible for determining the need for remedial actions to eliminate potential radiological exposure to people and potential harm to the environment due to residual contaminatin at formerly utilized laboratories and manufacturing or processing sites and at inactive uranium mill tailings storage sites. The purpose of this paper is to describe the scope of various programs conducted by ECT to define the need for remedial action and assist in the implementation of cleanup projects.
KeywordsRemedial Action Final Draft Associate Property Environmental Compliance Mill Tailing
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