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Guidelines for ground-water classification under the EPA ground-water protection strategy

Guidelines for ground-water classification under the EPA ground-water protection strategy

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Published by U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Ground-Water Protection in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Groundwater -- Pollution -- United States.

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsUnited States. Environmental Protection Agency. Office of Ground-Water Protection.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 v. (various pagings) :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14092101M

    The protection framework outlined in these guidelines involves the identification of specific beneficial uses and values for every major aquifer, i.e. the classification of groundwater bodies. Depending upon specific circumstances, there are a number of protection strategies which can emerge to protect each aquifer, but all involve monitoring. The EPA's Ground-Water Protection Strategy and Classification Guidelines.. Application of RCRA to Ground-Water Remediation The Land Disposal Restrictions The RCRA Ground-Water Monitoring and Response Program The Subpart S Regulations The Safe Drinking Water Act The Clean Water Act 3.

    ground water classifications or other designations and Federal ground water guidelines (e.g., Class I, I, and m ground waters). The Federal classification system can be found in "Guidelines for Ground-Water Classification Under the EPA Ground-Water Protection Strategy." Where State and Federal classifications result in different ground-water use. What We Do. The Division of Drinking and Ground Waters ensures compliance with the federal Safe Drinking Water Act and evaluates potential threats to source waters that supply Ohio's more than 4, public drinking water systems. The division has a lead role for statewide ground water protection in cooperation with other state and federal agencies, implements a ground water quality monitoring.

    Guidelines for Ground-Water Classification Under the [] EPA Ground-Water Protection Strategy, Final Draft, EPA//,November Remedial Action Cleanup Level Hierarchy for Restoration Remedial Actions be considered, and under appropriate circumstances. EPA technical draft document, "Guidelines for Ground-Water Classification under the EP A Ground-Water Protection Strategy", was issued to provide policy direction for EPA programs with groundwater responsibility (EPA ). The" guidelines" document serves two purposes: 1. to further define the classes, concepts, and key terms related to the.


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Guidelines for ground-water classification under the EPA ground-water protection strategy Download PDF EPUB FB2

Guidelines for Ground Water Classification Under the EPA Ground Water Protection Strategy, December | US EPA ARCHIVE DOCUMENT Author: US EPA, OSWER, Office of Resource Conservation and Recovery Subject: An EPA guidance document for groundwater classification as a follow-up to the EPA ground-water protection strategy.

Keywords. Guidelines for Ground-Water Classification Under the [] EPA Ground-Water Protection Strategy, Final Draft November, See EPA's PDF page to learn more. Office of Ground-Water Protection Publication EPA//, NTIS Order Number PB, p. plus appendices.

Although the guidelines were not finalized, they are still in. GUIDELINES FOR GROUND-WATER CLASSIFICATION UNDER THE EPA GROUND-WATER PROTECTION STRATEGY JUNE OFFICE OF GROUND-WATER PROTECTION U.S. Environmental Protection Agency M Street. S.W. Washington, D.c. Guidelines for Ground Water Classification Under the EPA Ground Water Protection Strategy: Chapter 4 | US EPA ARCHIVE DOCUMENT Author: US EPA, OSWER, Office of Resource Conservation and Recovery Subject: Discusses background information on the classification of groundwater.

Guidelines for Ground Water Classification Under the EPA Ground Water Protection Strategy: Chapter Determining Ground Water Vulnerability | US EPA ARCHIVE DOCUMENT Author: US EPA, OSWER, Office of Resource Conservation and Recovery Subject: Discusses classification of groundwater based on how vulnerable it is to contamination.

Keywords. Guidelines for Ground Water Classification Under the EPA Ground Water Protection Strategy: Appendix E: Background Data - Class I and Class III Issues | US EPA ARCHIVE DOCUMENT Author US EPA, OSWER, Office of Resource Conservation and Recovery.

GUIDELINES FOR GROUND-WATER CLASSIFICATION UNDER THE EPA GROUND-WATER PROTECTION STRATEGY CONTENTS ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS i EXECUTIVE SUMMARY ii TABLE OF CONTENTS xi PART I BACKGROUND AND DEFINITION OF GROUND WATER CLASSES 1. 0 INTRODUCTION 1 EPA1s Ground-Water Responsibilities 1 The Purpose of this Document 1.

Guidelines for Ground-Water Classification Under the EPA Groundwater Protection Strategy (PDF) (10 pp, K) NovemberEPA These final draft guidelines further define the concepts and key terms related to the classification system outlined in the Groundwater Protection Strategy, and describe procedures and information.

Get this from a library. Guidelines for ground-water classification under the EPA ground-water protection strategy. [United States. Environmental Protection Agency. Office of Ground-Water Protection.;]. Ground-water protection is a very complex and difficult issue.

It will require sustained effort at all levels of government over a long period of time before this resource will be adequately protected.

Within this context, EPA developed its Ground-water Protection Strategy. If she looks a little harried it's because she is. She and her 18‐person staff have just completed a major document, the ‐page “Guidelines for Ground Water Classification Under the EPA Ground Water Protection Strategy.” She has several equally important deadlines facing her; two major projects are.

Aquifer Classification –U.S. EPA QUALITY, USE AND VULNERABILITY “Through the process of classification, ground-water resources are separated into hierarchial categories on the basis of their value to society, use, and vulnerability to contamination.

Ground-water classes will be a factor in deciding the level of protection or remediation the. Guidelines for ground-water classification under the EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) Ground-Water Protection Strategy.

Draft report (Final). EPA's Office of Ground Water and Drinking Water. We've made some changes to the information you are looking for is not here, you may be able to find it on the EPA Web Archive or the Janu Web Snapshot.

UwGrour*11 Protection Strategy,” Office of Ground-Water Protection, August 9 ”Guidelines for Ground-Water Classification Under the [ ] EPA Ground-Water Protection Strategy, Final Draft,” Oflicd of Ground-Water Protection, November, JEPA's final draft "Guidelines for Ground-Water i; ;: Classification under the EPA Ground-Water Protection Strategy', dated December (Guidelines) is the official ground ;Water classification document that is used in determining ground water classification on a I site.by site basis, in the absence of a State's classification of aquifers.

The Federal classification system can be found in "Guidelines for Ground-Water Classification Under the EPA Ground-Water Protection Strategy" hereafter referred to as the Federal Guidelines. Where State and Federal classifications result in different ground-water use scenarios, the "use classification" leading to the more "stringent" RAOs.

the regulatory language citing the EPA groundwater classification process; (2) An ^ overview of the process for groundwater classification using EPA's "Guidelines for Ground-Water Classification under the EPA Ground-Water Protection Strategy;" and (3) the formal, site-specific classification of groundwater at the Sonford Products NPL Site.

The topics below link to lists of key EPA ground water guidance and selected other reports on ground water which are used frequently by Superfund Remedial Project Managers.

Click the topic area links to display only documents for a particular topic area in the table below. "GUIDELINES FOR GROUND-WATER CLASSIFICATION UNDER THE EPA GROUND-WATER PROTECTION STRATEGY" 1.

Implementation of the Guidelines (Page 7) The Classification Guidelines state that EPA has already implemented the guidelines in two programs: CERCLA site assessments and radioactive waste disposal.

A preliminary classification of the groundwater in the vi -~nity of Anniston Army Depot, utilizing Guidelines for Ground-Water Classification under the EPA Ground-Water Protection strategy, Decemberindicates that, at a minimum, the groundwater should be .Kristi Noem, Governor Hunter Roberts, Department Secretary Vicki Murray, Executive Assistant - fax Email SD DENR.The USEPA document, Guidelines for Ground-Water Classification Under the EPA Groundwater Protection Strategy (USEPA, ) classifies groundwater as a “potential source of drinking water” if it is “capable of yielding a quantity of drinking water to a well or .