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Recycling Facilities - Land Recycling Cleanup Locations

Metadata Updated: August 19, 2017

Land Recycling Cleanup Location Land Recycling Cleanup Locations (LRCL) are divided into one or more sub-facilities categorized as media: Air, Contained Release or Abandoned Container, Groundwater, Sediment, Soil, Surface Water, and Waste. Media is the environmental resource that is associated with the cleanup effort. The following primary facility kinds describe the Acts from which cleanup locations are derived: Act2 Land Recycling and Environmental Remediation Standards The first declaration of Section 102 of the policy provides a brief description of the purpose of Act2: The elimination of public health and environmental hazards on existing commercial and industrial land across this Commonwealth is vital to their use and reuse as sources of employment, housing, recreation, and open-space areas. The reuse of industrial land is an important component of a sound land use policy that will help prevent the needless development of prime farmland, open-space areas and natural areas and reduce public costs for installing new water, sewer, and highway infrastructure. CERCLA Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act, also known as the Superfund This act was passed by Congress as a federal law in December of 1980, creating a tax on chemical and petroleum industries to: Identify and respond to sites from which releases of hazardous substances into the environment have occurred or could potentially occur Ensure they are cleaned up by responsible parties or through government funding Evaluate damages to natural resources HSCA Hazardous Sites Cleanup Act [This Act] provides the Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) with the funding and the authority to conduct cleanup actions at sites where hazardous substances have been released. HSCA also provides DEP with enforcement authorities to force the persons who are responsible for releases of hazardous substances to conduct cleanup actions or to repay public funds spent on a DEP funded cleanup action. HSCA funds are also used to pay the state share of costs of cleanup actions at Pennsylvania sites in the Federal Superfund program. Under the provisions of HSCA, most HSCA sites involve bankrupt facility owners, abandoned facilities, and inappropriate disposal of hazardous substances. As a general rule, HSCA sites do not include active facilities with financially viable owners. Other The Other primary facility kind includes a mixture of various different cleanup sites, no further action sites, and potential sites. This is optional data that the regional offices are not required to maintain. STSP Storage Tank Spill and Prevention Act Releases and/or ruptures from improperly installed or faulty storage tanks contaminate the Commonwealth's land and water resources. This act was passed to prevent such contamination through "improved safeguards on the installation and construction of storage tanks."

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Metadata Date February 24, 2017
Metadata Created Date August 19, 2017
Metadata Updated Date August 19, 2017
Reference Date(s) January 1, 2017 (publication)
Frequency Of Update quarterly

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Resource Type Dataset
Metadata Date February 24, 2017
Metadata Created Date August 19, 2017
Metadata Updated Date August 19, 2017
Reference Date(s) January 1, 2017 (publication)
Responsible Party Pennsylvania State University (PSU) (Point of Contact)
Contact Email
Access Constraints Use Constraints: Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection Disclaimer for Data the user shall save the Commonwealth harmless from any suits, claims, or actions arising out of the use of the data files or accompanying documentation, or arising out of any defects in the datafiles or accompanying documentation. The Commonwealth excludes any and all implied warranties and makes no warranty or representation with respect to the data files or accompanying documentation, including quality, performance, merchantability, or fits for a particular purpose. These data files and documentation are provided "as is" and the user assumes the entire risk as to their quality and performance., Access Constraints: This is an incomplete metadata record and access constraints are not documented by the NSGIC GIS Inventory system.
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Bbox South Lat 39.71942902
Bbox West Long -80.51956177
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Frequency Of Update quarterly
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Harvest Source Title NSGIC GIS Education HS
Licence Although these data have been processed successfully on a computer system by the data steward, no warranty either expressed or implied is made regarding the utility of the data on any system, nor shall this notice generated by the NSGIC GIS Inventory System or the act of distribution constitute any such warranty. The data steward may have additional liability information associated with delivery or distribution of this product.
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Metadata Type geospatial
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