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LM manages DOE’s responsibilities at sites that were formerly associated with the nuclear weapons complex and the nation’s early atomic energy program, including UMTRCA Sites, FUSRAP Sites, D&D Sites, Nevada Offsites, CERCLA/RCRA Sites, and the NWPA Section 151 Site. LM also manages the Defense-Related Uranium Mines program, the Formerly Utilized Sites Remedial Action Program, and the Uranium Leasing Program.

Environmental Safety, Health, and Quality (ESHQ)
The ESHQ page provides access to information about the LM Environmental Management System, a process for reducing the environmental impacts resulting from LM work activities, products, and services; the Quality Assurance program, which establishes the principles, requirements, practices, and methods for integrating quality into daily operations; and the Safety and Health program that ensures safe and healthy work conditions at legacy sites, offices, and other work areas.

Property and Records
LM responsibilities include managing records from legacy sites (Records Management), handling contractor pensions and medical benefits after closure of DOE sites and facilities (LM Post-Closure Benefits Program), and acts as a steward for lands under its authority (Property Management).

Science and Technology
LM and LMS scientists perform applied research and laboratory-scale demonstrations of soil and groundwater remediation and treatment technologies. The Applied Studies and Technology webpage provides information on research capabilities and facilities as well as links to AS&T reports and publications. LM also supports the development, standardization, and maintenance of Calibration Facilities for environmental radiation sensors.

Stakeholder Engagement
Stakeholder Engagement involves an array of programs dedicated to communicating accurate and timely information to communities impacted by former nuclear defense sites, stakeholders, partner agencies, and the other interested groups and individuals, including Communications, Education, and Outreach; Environmental Justice; the Manhattan Project National Historical Park; and Tribal Collaboration.