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Public Participation Opportunities
EPA awarded a Technical Assistance Grant to a group of local residents who had formed the Kim-Stan Advisory Committee. The committee used the grant funds to hire an advisor to help them monitor the investigation and participate knowledgably in the Superfund process. The committee joined Allegheny County in formally endorsing EPA's proposed plan. In August of 2004, after the ROD was signed, the committee closed out the grant. However, the committee continues to actively monitor site progress.
Community involvement is the process of engaging in dialogue and collaboration with community members. The goal of Superfund community involvement is to advocate and strengthen early and meaningful community participation during Superfund cleanups. Read about ways you can participate in EPA’s Community Involvement Program.
EPA celebrates 35 years of the Superfund Program: Read about sites in your states where Superfund has made a difference in protecting human health and the environment.
- 07/21/1999: Four Mid-Atlantic Hazardous Waste Sites Added and One Site Proposed to Superfund National Priorities List