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Main Title U.S. Environmental Protection Agency FY 2005 Annual Plan: 6-Year Performance Data Annual Performance Goals and Measures.
CORP Author Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC.
Publisher 2005
Year Published 2005
Report Number EPA 190-R-04-002
Stock Number PB2006-100933
Additional Subjects Water pollution control ; Pesticide control ; Air pollution control ; Management practice ; Performance goals ; Water quality ; Homeland security ; Ozone layer ; Indoor air pollution ; Performance measures ; Outdoor air pollution ; Radiation ; Human health ; Air toxic emissions ; Risk reduction ; Environmental Protection Agency
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NTIS  PB2006-100933 Some EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. 07/26/2022
Collation 78p
Through 2010, working with partners, protect human health and the environment by attaining and maintaining health-based air-quality standards and reducing the risk from toxic air pollutants. Protect human health by reducing exposure to contaminants in drinking water (including protecting source waters), in fish and shellfish, and in recreational waters. By 2008, reduce adverse effects to land by reducing waste generation, increasing recycling, and ensuring proper management of waste and petroleum products at facilities in ways that prevent releases. By 2008, control the risks to human health and the environment by mitigating the impact of accidental or intentional releases and by cleaning up and restoring contaminated sites or properties to appropriate levels. Prevent and reduce pesticide, chemical, and genetically engineered biological organism risks to humans, communities, and ecosystems. By 2008, maximize compliance to protect human health and the environment through compliance assistance, compliance incentives, and enforcement by achieving a 5 percent increase in the pounds of pollution reduced, treated, or eliminated, and achieving a 5 percent increase in the number of regulated entities making improvements in environmental management practices. By 2008, improve environmental protection and enhance natural resource conservation on the part of government, business, and the public through the adoption of pollution prevention and sustainable practices that include the design of products and manufacturing processes that generate less pollution, the reduction of regulatory barriers, and the adoption of results-based, innovative, and multimedia approaches.