Superfund Community Advisory Groups
What is a CAG?
A Community Advisory Group (CAG) is made up of representatives of diverse community interests. Its purpose is to provide a public forum for community members to present and discuss their needs and concerns related to the Superfund decision-making process. A CAG can assist EPA in making better decisions on how to clean up a site. It offers EPA a unique opportunity to hear-and seriously consider-community preferences for site cleanup and remediation. However, the existence of a CAG does not eliminate the need for the Agency to keep the community informed about plans and decisions throughout the Superfund process.
Does my community need a CAG?
A CAG can be an effective mechanism for community involvement at almost any site, but are not appropriate for every site. In general, CAGs are a good fit in communities where there is a high level of interest and concern about site activities. CAGs may be beneficial at removal sites, particularly non-time critical removal sites, as well as sites involved in long-term cleanups.
How can I get more information
At EPA Headquarters, contact Freya Margand (firstname.lastname@example.org), 703-603-8889. For assistance in the regions, contact your appropriate General Regional Contact listed below:
Region 1 – Sarah White (email@example.com), 617-918-1026
Region 2 – Sophia Rini (firstname.lastname@example.org), 212-637-3653
Region 3 – Amie Howell (email@example.com), 215-814-5722
Region 4 – Angela Miller (firstname.lastname@example.org), 404-562-8561
Region 5 – Cheryl Allen (email@example.com), 312-353-6196
Region 6 – Jason McKinney (firstname.lastname@example.org), 214-665-8132
Region 7 – Althea Moses (email@example.com), 913-551-7649
Region 8 – Libby Faulk (firstname.lastname@example.org), 303-312-6083
Region 9 – David Yogi (email@example.com), 415-972-3350
Region 10 – Jeff Philip (firstname.lastname@example.org), 206-553-1465