Military Waste Cleanup Project
The goal of the Military Waste Cleanup Project is to develop a unique approach to environmental assessment and restoration which empowers stakeholders to address major technical and environmental problems in their communities. Our process should improve existing cleanup programs by enhancing the involvement and interaction of citizen stakeholders and technical specialists, and helping them to educate each other. From our local and regional experience, we develop national resources that will help citizens and scientists to work together in similar efforts.
Institute for Science's Community Involvement Process for Military Restoration Efforts:
Scope and Vision
Secure Info Channels
Public Mediation Session
Involve Classes and Professors
Public Meetings, Reports and Feedback
Role in Public Involvement Strategy
The Military Waste Cleanup Project currently works at Westover Air Reserve Base, and serves its Restoration Advisory Board. MilWaste Project pages for national efforts are historical and archival.