Cleaning Up the Nation’s Worst Toxic Sites Threatened by Proposed Budget Cuts

The Superfund program, started in 1980, cleans up the most contaminated land and water, and responds to environmental emergencies. It is necessary for cleaning up sites of past mismanagement, and ensuring that further dangerous chemical spills do not threaten the health of people and the environment. EPN has created this EPA Superfund fact sheet to explain how budget cuts could reduce the improvement of these contaminated sites and impact people’s health.

Read full fact sheet: EPA Superfund Program | PDF