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Niagara River Toxics Management Plan (NRTMP) Reports

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Seth Ausubel (ausubel.seth@epa.gov)
212-637-3852

Elizabeth VanRabenswaay
(vanrabenswaay.elizabeth@epa.gov)
212-637-3881
Niagara River Program Manager
US EPA Region 2

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Niagara River Toxics Management Plan Reports

Background

In 1987, four environmental agencies in the United States and Canada ("the Four Parties") signed a Declaration of Intent to significantly reduce toxic chemical pollutants in the Niagara River. The Niagara River Toxics Management Plan (NRTMP) is a detailed annual work plan which targets 18 priority toxics for reduction.

Overall, the NRTMP has met its 50% reduction goal for the ten targeted priority toxics, and some by more than 75% by addressing point and non-point pollution sources. In a 1996 Letter of Support, the Four Parties formally re-affirmed their commitment to continue reductions of priority toxic loadings to the Niagara River.

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Annual status reports

Reduction of Toxics Loadings to the Niagara River from Hazardous Waste Sites in the United States

Progress Report and Work Plan


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