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COMMUNITY

COMMUNITY COMMITMENT


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:

  • Provide the majority of benefits to employees and residents of local citizens
  • Benefit the entire area, rather than a single municipality or school district
  • Demonstrate a commitment to education, economic development, environment, and diversity

We work with stakeholders and the U.S. Department of Energy to sustain the area’s vitality through changing missions.

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COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT



Earth Day

Earth Day

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.

United Way-Live United

United Way-Live United

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.

IDAHO ENVIRONMENTAL COALITION'S CHARITABLE EFFORTS FOCUS AROUND FOUR MAIN AREAS.

Economic Development

Education - STEAM

Inclusion and Diversity

Health

FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE EMAIL COMMUNICATIONS AT IDAHO ENVIRONMENTAL COALITION


Email: IECcommunications@icp.doe.gov

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PUBLIC INVOLVEMENT


Stakeholders

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.

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SUPPLEMENTAL RESOURCES


Citizens Advisory Board (CAB)

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Environmental Policy

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*HWMA/RCRA Work Plan for the Idaho National Laboratory

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Major Documents

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Formal Cause Analysis for the ARP V (WMF-1617) Drum Event at the RWMC (PRT-1659)

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Proposed Plans

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Records of Decision

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Site Treatment Plan

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Summary of the Part A for *HWMA/RCRA Units at the Idaho National Laboratory

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Technical Analysis of Drum Lid Ejections - ARP V

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*Hazardous Waste Management Act/Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (HWMA/RCRA)