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Our Superfund Research Center educates stakeholders (including governmental agencies, community health organizations, high-risk populations, and the general public) on projects and topics important to them related to the program theme of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbon (PAH) Mixtures: New Technologies and Emerging Health Risks. Learn more about PAHs
Technology and Training Resources for Scientists and Graduate Students
Community Education Resources
- 2013 PROTECT Academy
PROTECT Academy Interdisciplinary Introductory Seminar Series focused on Environmental Health Disciplines for Non-Experts.
- Community 101: An Overview of the Superfund Program (PDF) (1 pg, 2.3MB)
Outlines the Superfund program, Emergency Response, Community Involvement, and the Environmental Justice Initiative.
- Superfund Risk Assessment and How You Can Help (Video from EPA) - Presenter's manual (pdf)
EPA developed this 40-minute videotape to help explain in plain terms the Superfund human health risk assessment process and how communities can be involved.
- This Is Superfund: A Citizen’s Guide to the Superfund Program (PDF) (4 pp, 148K)
Provides citizens with a basic understanding of the Superfund process and how they can become involved if there is a Superfund site in their neighborhoods. A Spanish version of this brochure, Guía del ciudadano para el Programa de Superfund (PDF) (19 pp, 475K)
- Superfund Frequently Asked Questions from EPA
- The Past, Present, and Future of the EPA Superfund Program — Larry Reed [Larry Reed's Biosketch (14KB)], former Acting Director of the EPA Superfund Program Office, presented a web seminar to SRP students and post-doctoral researchers about the National Superfund Program.