Part of a site's Record of Decision (ROD) which lists and defines documents used in the development of DEC's decision about selection of a remedial action.
The compilation of documents and exhibits by an agency to support or explain a decision.
A set of documents that is the basis for any Federal agency administrative action, including, but not limited to, rulemaking. Under the Administrative Procedure Act (APA), any judicial review of a final agency action is based on the administrative record. Administrative actions that are not rules may include denials of citizens' petitions, individual permit decisions, and exemption decisions. These actions are typically based in an administrative record.
a compilation of documents supporting an administrative action; under Superfund, administrative actions often compel Potentially Responsible Parties (PRPs) to undertake or pay for hazardous waste site cleanups
A compilation of information established for all CERCLA sites made available to the public at the start of the Remedial Investigation (RI) for remedial actions, or at the time of Engineering Evaluation/Cost Analysis (EE/CA) for removal actions. Information in the Administrative Record supports the selected remedy for remedial actions and removal actions.
A file that is maintained and contains information used by the lead federal agency, with agreement by EPA to make its decision on the selection of a response action under CERCLA.
a collection of documents which forms the basis for an agency's decision, in this case the selection of a response action at a Superfund site
A collection of documents established in compliance with Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA) requirements. Consists of information upon which the CERCLA lead agency bases its decision on the selection of response actions. The Administrative Record file should be established at or near the facility at issue and made available to the public.
A record that is related to budget, personnel, supply, and similar administrative or facilitative operations common to all organizations. It is distinguished from an operational record, which relates to an organization's specific functions. See also Operational Record (ARMA International).
A file that is maintained, and contains all information used by the lead agency to make its decision on the selection of a response action under CERCLA. This file is to be available for public review with a copy established at or near the site, usually at one of the information repositories. A duplicate file is held in a central location, such as an EPA Regional Office.
All documents which EPA considered or relied on in selecting the response action at a Superfund site, culminating in the record of decision for remedial action or, an action memorandum for removal actions.
Documents, reports, letters, and other material produced or used by the Installation Restoration Program to evaluate contamination and cleanup the base.
CERCLA requires an Administrative Record to be kept at the nearest public library to a Superfund Site. This is the historical record of the site. The Administrative Record for the Tar Creek site can be found at the Miami Public Library, Miami, OK.