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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 (18 pp)
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)
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.