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Chapter : Office of Environmental Management
Office of Environmental Management
- INTRODUCTION 713
- CONGRESSIONAL ACTION 714
- INFORMATION SOURCES 715
The Office of Environmental Management (EM) was established by the secretary of energy in October 1989 to consolidate responsibility within the Department of Energy (DOE) for environmental management activities. EM was called the Office of Environmental Restoration and Waste Management until 1994. EM is headed by an assistant secretary and is responsible for environmental cleanup, compliance, and waste-management activities.
The DOE and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) share responsibility for transportation of hazardous wastes or radioactive and hazardous waste mixtures generated at facilities operated by the DOE under ...