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GLRPPR Sector Resource: Compliance Assurance Resources Compendium--National Tribal Compliance Assurance Priority

Compliance Assurance Resources Compendium--National Tribal Compliance Assurance Priority

EPA selected tribal compliance as a national enforcement and compliance priority for fiscal years 2005 through 2007. This is the first time EPA has selected tribal environmental issues as a national priority. As a priority, EPA will work with tribes to build capacity and increase direct implementation in Indian country and other tribal areas around three initial focus areas: drinking water, schools, and solid waste. This resource compendium contains a list of links relevant to implementing the Tribal Priority, improving compliance assurance in Indian country, and building tribal environmental programs. These links provide information from a variety of sources on such issues as drinking water systems, school and solid waste management, as well as many other environmental issues arising in Indian country. (PDF Format; Length: 24 pages)


U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)

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January 27, 2005

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