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A U.S. federal program dedicated to cleaning and/or removing environmentally hazardous sites in the United States. Superfund works with state, local and tribal governments to clean brownfields and to eliminate hazardous waste, whether it was dumped purposely, accidentally or even legally.



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EPA's Superfund emergency response program has the capability to get this job done safely and efficiently.
EPA's Superfund Emergency Response Program, which deals with imminent threats to human health and the environment, then monitored the actual site cleanup.
EPA's Superfund Emergency Response Program took immediate action to safeguard the health and safety of children who attend a school near the site," said Jeff Zelikson, U.

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