Directions specifying, minimally, what a grantor is interested in funding, what applications must contain, how they should be prepared, and how they will be evaluated.
(directives): what factors (land qualities) to consider when evaluating for certain general kinds of land uses, how to evaluate these qualities.
Official, peer-reviewed documentation stating current U.S. EPA methodology in assessing risk of harm from environmental pollutants to populations. Examples: Guidelines for Carcinogenic Risk Assessment: U.S. EPA guidelines intended to guide Agency evaluation of suspect carcinogens. EPA/630/P-03/001B, 2005. Guidelines for Exposure Assessment: U.S. EPA guidelines intended to guide Agency analysis of potential exposure to chemical substances. 51 FR 22888-22938; May 29,1992. Guidelines for Developmental Toxicity Risk Assessment: U.S. EPA guidelines intended to guide Agency analysis of developmental toxicity data. 51 FR 34028-34040, October 1996. Guidelines for Mutagenicity Risk Assessment: U. S. EPA guidelines intended to guide Agency analysis of mutagenicity data. 51 FR 34006-34016, September, 1986.