What are some successful ways EPA and other organizations have delivered information about environmental contamination and cleanups to communities, especially to those facing barriers such as remote location, language, and other difficult issues? What are some effective ways of tailoring information to a community to meet their specific needs?
One of the keys to successful cleanup is working with communities to make sure that the cleanup meets their needs. In order to make this happen, EPA works to establish and maintain lines of communications with communities affected by cleanup. The recently completed Plan EJ 2014 looks for ways to strengthen these lines of communication.
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