PART I—OVERALL CLEANUP PROCESS
PART II—DEFINITIONS AND USAGE
PART III—SITE REPORTS AND CLEANUP DECISIONS
Site discovery and reporting.
Site hazard assessment.
Hazard ranking and the hazardous sites list.
Biennial program report.
Remedial investigation and feasibility study.
Development of cleanup action alternatives that include remediation levels.
Quantitative risk assessment of cleanup action alternatives.
Selection of cleanup actions.
Expectations for cleanup action alternatives.
Cleanup action plan.
PART IV—SITE CLEANUP AND MONITORING
Implementation of the cleanup action.
Compliance monitoring requirements.
Releases from underground storage tanks.
PART V—ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES FOR REMEDIAL ACTIONS
Determination of status as a potentially liable person.
Administrative options for remedial actions.
Independent remedial actions.
Private rights of action.
Payment of remedial action costs.
PART VI—PUBLIC PARTICIPATION
Public notice and participation.
Regional citizens' advisory committees.
PART VII—CLEANUP STANDARDS
Overview of cleanup standards.
Selection of indicator hazardous substances.
Use of Method A.
Use of Method B.
Use of Method C.
Human health risk assessment procedures.
Methods for defining background concentrations.
Applicable local, state and federal laws.
Groundwater cleanup standards.
Surface water cleanup standards.
Unrestricted land use soil cleanup standards.
Soil cleanup standards for industrial properties.
Deriving soil concentrations for groundwater protection.
Terrestrial ecological evaluation procedures.
Exclusions from a terrestrial ecological evaluation.
Simplified terrestrial ecological evaluation procedures.
Site-specific terrestrial ecological evaluation procedures.
Priority contaminants of ecological concern.
Cleanup standards to protect air quality.
Sediment cleanup standards.
PART VIII—GENERAL PROVISIONS
Worker safety and health.
Sampling and analysis plans.
General submittal requirements.