Charge to the National Environmental Justice Advisory Council on Superfund Remediation and Redevelopment for EJ Communities
The NEJAC will undertake the task of preparing a report of formal consensus advice and recommendations related to long-term stewardship and risk communication at Superfund sites. Additional stakeholder and partner engagement processes will be used to seek feedback from targeted stakeholders, including engaging other EPA federal advisory committees to inform them about what EPA is doing. In addition to using this mechanism to elicit individual feedback from advisory committee members, consideration is being given (in accordance with FACA obligations to hold open meetings) to seek additional stakeholder and partner input related to long-term stewardship and risk communication at Superfund sites.You may need a PDF reader to view some of the files on this page. See EPA’s About PDF page to learn more.
- NEJAC Superfund Charge (FINAL 11.28.2018).pdf (PDF)(4 pp, 640 K)