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Main Title Data Gap Analysis and Damage Case Studies: Risk Analyses from Construction and Demolition Debris Landfills and Recycling Facilities.
CORP Author RTI International, Research Triangle Park, NC.; Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of Research and Development.
Year Published 2012
Stock Number PB2016-102563
Additional Subjects Data gap analysis ; Case studies ; Demolition blasting caps ; Risk analyses ; Construction ; Landfills ; Recycling facilities ; Evaluation ; Debris management ; Compliance ; Enforcement information ; Groundwater ; Air emissions ; Environmental monitoring data
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NTIS  PB2016-102563 Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. NTIS 02/23/2017
Collation 116p
Abstract
In light of the amount of additional information that has been documented related to potential or actual environmental impacts from C&D debris management, the US EPA commissioned an evaluation of C&D debris management in the US to update and expand upon previous analyses to include information on more recent cases of damage and potential impacts and expand the breadth of damages beyond groundwater and surface water impacts. The specific objectives of the evaluation were to: (1) evaluate current state regulations and broad statistics pertaining to C&D debris management in the US; (2) gather information from states regarding areas of concern, if any, with respect to C&D debris management facilities and their impact on human health and the environment; (3) identify and analyze data gaps between information collected as part of the CESQG rule-making and current, readily available information regarding C&D debris management, including (but not limited to) environmental monitoring data and compliance and enforcement information for C&D debris disposal and recycling facilities; and (4) conduct detailed damage case assessments at three sites identified as causing damage in the last 10 years with an expanded set of damage pathways in the analysis (e.g., groundwater, air emissions, and fires).