EPA Regional Programs


Jun. 6, 2024
EPA Announces the Seventh Annual Federal Facility Excellence in Site Reuse Awards Winners
EPA announced the winners of the seventh annual National Federal Facility Excellence in Site Reuse?Awards. These awards highlight the accomplishments of federal agencies, states, Tribes, local partners, communities and developers in restoring and reusing contaminated land at federal facilities. ?The 2024 Federal Facility Excellence in Site Reuse winners are:

• Superfund National Priorities List Award: Oak Ridge Reservation, Tennessee (Department of Energy – Office of Environmental Management).
• Base Realignment and Closure Award:?Former Norton Air Force Base, California (Air Force). Under the Base Realignment and Closure Act, the former Air Force base closed in 1994.
• Superfund Non-National Priorities List Award:?Tuba City Disposal Site, Arizona (Department of Energy – Office of Legacy Management).

EPA has ongoing cleanup and property transfer responsibilities at nearly 2,400 federal facility sites, including 175 federal facilities on the Superfund National Priorities List. The agency promotes innovative, cost-effective cleanups at other federal facilities by working with federal agencies, state, Tribal, and local governments, communities, and developers to ensure that facilities meet environmental standards and undergo redevelopment for both public and private-sector reuse.

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