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Hazardous Materials


Partnerships

Hazardous Materials Management (HazMat) program partnerships provide funding and ensure project clean-ups on hazardous sites.

 Partnerships  

 

U.S Fish ad Wildlife Services logo.

U.S Fish and Wildlife Services

U.S Environmental Protection Agency logo.

U.S Environmental Protection Agency

U.S Army Corps of Engineers logo.

U.S Army Corps of Engineers

USDA Forest Service logo.

USDA Forest Service

CA Department of Toxic Substances Control logo.

CA Department of Toxic Substances Control

  California Recycle

CalRecycle

 

Funding Sources 

Proposals are reviewed and prioritized by BLM State Office representatives through various yearly nomination processes associated with the Special Cleanup Fund (SCF), DOI’s Central HazMat Fund (CHF), and DOI’s Natural Resource Damage Assessment and Restoration (NRDAR) Fund. These processes ensure priority projects funded on a national basis and key workload targets are met.    

HazMat Funding

Management of Land and Resource Appropriations

  • BLM - Abandoned Mine Land program
  • BLM - Law Enforcement
  • Special Clean Up Fund

 

Central Hazardous Materials Fund Appropriations

 

Natural Resources Damage Assessment

  • Fees and Collections

HazMat