||Review of the United States Environmental Protection Agency Superfund Technical Assistance
R. L., Annear ;
S. A., Wells ;
S. G., Li ;
M., Beeson ;
||Portland State Univ., OR. Dept. of Civil Engineering.; Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Superfund Remediation and Technology Innovation.
Hazardous waste ;
Environmental protection ;
Financial requirements ;
EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) ;
Technical Assistance Grant (TAG) Program
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The U.S. Environmental Protection agency created the Superfund Technical Assistance Grant (TAG) Program to help communities and citizens learn about important issues, which affect their community due to a Superfund site. The program allows the community to get involved in the Superfund Program to respond to concerns and risks related to a site. The TAG Program provides funds for qualified community/citizen groups affected by a Superfund site to hire a Technical Advisor to help interpret and comment on site-related information and reports. The Technical Advisor would review documentation, interpret site-related information, and then disseminate this information to the community. In turn, the community would have a better understanding of the site-related issues and the cleanup process.