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Web-based Compliance Tool Available for Tribes
Release Date: 09/14/2007
Contact Information: Roxanne Smith, (202) 564-4355 / firstname.lastname@example.org
(9/14/07) The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has launched a new Web-based Tribal Compliance Assistance Center that provides comprehensive compliance assistance and pollution prevention information for regulated activities in Indian country. The center can help tribal environmental professionals and facility owners comply with environmental regulations and get information on topics including waste management, air and water resources, drinking water, and public safety. Viewers can report a complaint to EPA, find out the compliance status of facilities in Indian country, learn how to apply for federal grants, and locate specific personnel at EPA and other federal agencies.
EPA has 15 Web-based compliance assistance centers on agriculture, auto repair, automotive recycling, chemicals, construction, federal facilities, health care, local government, metal finishing, paints and coatings, printed wiring board, printing, transportation, tribal and U.S. borders.
Tribal Compliance Assistance Center: epa.gov/tribalcompliance/index.html
More information on EPA's compliance assistance centers: epa.gov/compliance/assistance/centers/index.html