There will be a virtual public meeting on May 25, 2022 at 6 p.m. to address questions from the public on the proposal to expand the INL Site Disposal Facility.
Through its Community Giving program, Idaho Environmental Coalition sets aside a portion of its profits for economic development, regional education outreach, inclusion and diversity and health. When considering requests for funding, we will give preference to programs that:
We work with stakeholders and the U.S. Department of Energy to sustain the area’s vitality through changing missions.
We sponsor a booth at the Earth Day celebration in Idaho Falls to educate the public about the unique wildlife that has appeared as a result of the surplus of water in the Big Lost River basin.
At the August 9, 2018, United Way-Live United concert, our generous employees volunteered along with teachers from Idaho Falls School District 91 to stuff backpacks with school supplies for low income students.
February 24, 2018
We sponsor a booth at the Earth Day celebration in Idaho Falls to educate the public about the unique wildlife that has appeared as a result of the surplus of water in the Big Lost River basin. Hundreds of parents and children stopped by Fluor Idaho's booth during the Earth Day celebration. Children were encouraged to sign up for the Green Kids Club to learn about animals and environment.
August 9, 2018
At the August 9, 2018, United Way-Live United concert, our generous employees volunteered along with teachers from Idaho Falls School District 91 to stuff backpacks with school supplies for low income students from around the Idaho Falls area. Fluor Corporate provided 300 backpacks and Fluor Idaho employees and others donated the school supplies. Fluor Idaho employees from across the site banded together to help financially challenged families outfit their kids for the upcoming school year.
As the contractor for the Idaho Cleanup Project, IEC is committed to involving stakeholders as it advances cleanup under the Superfund Program, Resource Conservation and Recovery Act, National Environmental Policy Act, and other federal and state regulations.
We make the most of many public communication channels to keep you, our stakeholder, apprised of cleanup progress. Additional information about the ICP is available through specific cleanup project public meetings and community involvement events.
Citizens Advisory Board (CAB)
*HWMA/RCRA Work Plan for the Idaho National Laboratory
Formal Cause Analysis for the ARP V (WMF-1617) Drum Event at the RWMC (PRT-1659)
Records of Decision
Site Treatment Plan
Summary of the Part A for *HWMA/RCRA Units at the Idaho National Laboratory
Technical Analysis of Drum Lid Ejections - ARP V
*Hazardous Waste Management Act/Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (HWMA/RCRA)