||Charting a Course Toward Restoration: A Toxic Chemical Management Strategy for the Anacostia River.
||Anacostia Watershed Toxics Alliance (AWTA), MD.; Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC.
Anacostia River ;
Toxic condition ;
Polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) ;
Management strategy ;
Toxic chemical management ;
Chesapeake Bay Program
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This document presents a toxic chemical management strategy for the Anacostia River. It is based upon the 3-phased approach of the Anacostia Watershed Toxics Alliance (AWTA) and their synergy with the broader goals of the Anacostia Watershed Restoration Committee (AWRC). The document presents a holistic approach and projected costs for managing the toxic condition of the river. The approach provides for control of on-going sources of toxics as well as remediation for past releases. The goal is to restore the Anacostia River to a condition where it supports designated human uses and provides for ecological integrity.