Congressional findings and purposes.
SUBCHAPTER I—REMEDIAL ACTION PROGRAM
Processing site designations.
State cooperative agreements.
Acquisition and disposition of lands and materials.
Indian tribe cooperative agreements.
Acquisition of land by Secretary; transfer of public lands by Secretary of the Interior to Secretary; consultations with Governor; consent of Governor; transfer from Federal agency to Secretary.
Remedial action and mineral recovery activities.
Public participation; public hearings.
Termination of authority of Secretary.
Limitation of contractual authority.
Reports to Congress.
Active operations; liability for remedial action.
SUBCHAPTER II—STUDY AND DESIGNATION OF TWO MILL TAILING SITES IN NEW MEXICO
Study of authority for regulation and control of residual radioactive materials at New Mexico sites for protection of public health, safety, and the environment; report to Congress and Secretary; basis for determination of inadequacy of authority; interim regulation pending completion of study.
Designation by Secretary as processing sites for subchapter I purposes.
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