TACO

TACO

TACO, Tiered Approach to Corrective Action Objectives, is a set of regulations instituted in 1997 in Illinois to provide flexibility and cost savings during site remediation (SRP) or in the case of a Leaking Underground Storage Tank (LUST) incident.

TACOWithin the TACO guidelines, the degree of hazard is relatively gauged. For instance, a potential day care site is regarded more stringently than a proposed parking lot, and the subsequent remedial strategy altered accordingly.

TACO utilizes laboratory data, mathematical equations and site-specific facts to determine the correct cleanup objectives for each site, evaluating the balance of contaminants, exposure routes and potential users.

For more specific information about TACO, visit the IEPA website.

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