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The Triad Approach documents provide guidance on how to use the Triad approach to conduct environmental clean up work in a way that increases effectiveness and improves quality, while reducing project costs.
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Complements SCM-1 by providing guidance for environmental organizations that want to implement the EPA Triad process into their business practices.
Introduces the Triad approach to conducting environmental work, which increases effectiveness and quality and reduces project costs.