Federal environmental documents
Federal environmental documents have a mandatory retention period because they are very important for the protection of the environment and public health.
These documents include environmental permits, environmental inspections, environmental reports, environmental audits, and other environment-related matters under the jurisdiction of the federal government.
The mandatory retention period has been set by the government and aims to ensure that important information is not lost and that there is accountability for the implementation of environmental legislation and regulations. By keeping these documents, environmental issues can be viewed from a historical perspective, which can help identify patterns and trends in environmental issues.
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