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    74464 Cherokee Nation Environmental Programs Office 19th Annual Tribal Environmental Summit more information Clean Air The CNEP Air Program received a 2006 Clean Air Excellence Award in the category of Community Action The award ceremony was held in May 2007 in Washington D C at the National Museum of the American Indian GAP The principle objective of ITEC s GAP program continues to focus on providing opportunities for its member Tribes to assess evaluate and develop plans to address environmental and public health issues IBRP The ITEC Brownfields Response Program is here to help the ITEC member tribes redevelop properties that may or do have contamination Solid Waste Proper solid waste management on or near Tribal lands is a continuing concern for Tribal environmental departments Superfund ITEC has evaluated 256 potentially hazardous waste sites under the Superfund Program which could impact member tribes and their lands The sites were located on or near trust lands within tribes jurisdictional boundaries UST The ITEC UST Underground Storage Tanks Program was developed to serve ITEC member tribes who own or operate underground storage tanks UST s ITEC s UST Program strives to assist tribes in reaching the EPA s UST compliance requirements Upcoming

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    Inter Tribal Environmental Council to protect the health of Native Americans their natural resources and their environment Contact Us Login Home ITEC Conference Tribal Environmental Summit RTOC Programs Clean Air Program General Assistance Program GAP Brownfields Response Program IBRP Solid Waste Program Superfund Program Underground Storage Tanks Program USTs Member Tribes Contact Us Find It User Log In Email Address Password Security Code Enter the code shown above in the

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  • ITEC Conference
    0 Java Applets False ActiveX Controls False JavaScript Ver 1 5 Inter Tribal Environmental Council to protect the health of Native Americans their natural resources and their environment Contact Us Login Home ITEC Conference Tribal Environmental Summit RTOC Programs Clean Air Program General Assistance Program GAP Brownfields Response Program IBRP Solid Waste Program Superfund Program Underground Storage Tanks Program USTs Member Tribes Contact Us Find It ITEC Conference Phone Fax

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  • Tribal Environmental Summit
    Conference Tribal Environmental Summit RTOC Programs Clean Air Program General Assistance Program GAP Brownfields Response Program IBRP Solid Waste Program Superfund Program Underground Storage Tanks Program USTs Member Tribes Contact Us Find It Tribal Environmental Summit 19th Annual Tribal Environmental Summit April 13 15 2016 Wyndham Dallas Suites 7800 Alpha Rd Dallas TX 75240 Summit Registration Brochure Draft Agenda Exhibitor Registration Exhibitor Agreement For hotel reservations The group is listed as RTOC Meeting 19th Annual Tribal Environmental Summit and the group booking code is 41126822CH Please make sure if they are calling in a reservation that they refer to either the group name or the booking code Your attendees have several ways in which they can make reservations 1 Direct to Wyndham Dallas Suites Park Central 972 233 7600 option 2 please reference group code 41126822CH 1 Wyndham Worldwide Reservations 1 800 996 3426 Your attendees must identify themselves as part of the RTOC Meeting 19th Annual Tribal Environmental Summit to receive the Group rate 2 Hotel Website http www wyndham com hotels 46502 click on the Reservations button and enter arrival and departure information Click on Special Rates and Codes and in the Group Code field enter 41126822CH and

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  • RTOC
    Contact Us Login Home ITEC Conference Tribal Environmental Summit RTOC Programs Clean Air Program General Assistance Program GAP Brownfields Response Program IBRP Solid Waste Program Superfund Program Underground Storage Tanks Program USTs Member Tribes Contact Us Find It Regional Tribal Operations Committee RTOC Charter Caucus Members Documents Title Size 3 2015 Meeting Packets 2 43 MB Download 7 2014 Meeting Packets 491 73 KB Download 7 2015 Meeting Packets 2

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  • ITEC Programs and Projects
    Program Underground Storage Tanks Program USTs Member Tribes Contact Us Find It Programs alt target self Clean Air Program With five air monitoring sites located within tribal jurisdictional boundaries in Oklahoma the CNEP Clean Air Program operates one of the largest tribal air monitoring networks in the country alt target self General Assistance Program GAP The principle objective of ITEC s GAP program continues to focus on providing opportunities for its member Tribes to assess evaluate and develop plans to address environmental and public health issues alt target self Brownfields Response Program IBRP IBRP can help with environmental site assessments and clean ups as necessary on properties that have either perceived or actual contamination alt target self Solid Waste Program Proper solid waste management on or near Tribal lands is a continuing concern for Tribal environmental departments To assist Tribes in developing sound solid waste management practices ITEC developed the Subtitle D program in fiscal year 1997 alt target self Superfund Program The Comprehensive Environmental Response Compensation and Liability Act CERCLA commonly known as Superfund was enacted by Congress on December 11 1980 This created a federally funded program that provides for the evaluation and cleanup of abandoned hazardous waste

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  • Clean Air Program
    access to high quality environmental data This is accomplished via automation of data sharing standardization of data structures and real time access through a secure Internet connection On December 1st 2015 the Exchange Network Governance became part of E Enterprise for the Environment E Enterprise for the Environment embraces a new model for collaborative leadership among environmental co regulators engaging with all interested and affected parties to achieve positive environmental human health and economic outcomes It builds upon the foundation of the Exchange Network recognizing the value of a proven communications and data analytics platform for sharing environmental information to foster informed decision making The Exchange Network s joint governance model of Federal State Territorial and Tribal Partners working together has been adopted by E Enterprise Governance consists of the E Enterprise Leadership Council EELC the E Enterprise Executive Committee EEEC the E Enterprise and Exchange Network Management Board MB and the E Enterprise and Exchange Network Interoperability and Operations Team IOT The Tribal Governance Group TGG is an ad hoc group of tribal professionals working on various aspects of the EN whose primary purpose is to ensure representation of tribal perspectives and issues in the overall Exchange Network governance structure and to foster and enhance tribal participation in the Network TGG members also serve as representatives on the EELC the MB and the IOT The Cherokee Nation is an Exchange Network grant recipient and participates on the TGG and the IOT Please visit http www tribalexchangenetwork org home html for more information about tribal participation in the Exchange Network TAMS Center seeking nominations in two areas deadline is February 26th 1 Virgil Masayesva Tribal Air Programs Environmental Excellence Award Virgil Masayesva was the Director of the Institute for Tribal Environmental Professionals at Northern Arizona University from its inception until his passing in 2005 Virgil is commemorated for his leadership dedication innovation and commitment to the support of tribal air programs their creation development advancement and ultimate success in promoting tribal sovereignty tribal culture and tribal environmental protection This award was developed to recognize and perpetuate continuing contributions to that legacy More information including the nomination form is located here Virgil Masayesva Tribal Air Programs Excellence Award 2 TAMS Steering Committee The TAMS Center will have two TAMS Steering Committee Member positions available for 2016 The terms for these positions will start October 1 2016 and end September 30 2019 The TAMS Steering Committee is composed of 7 members who represent tribal programs and consortia nationwide More information is located here TAMS Steering Committee Please contact Farshid Farsi 702 784 8263 Farsi Farshid epa gov or Christopher Lee 702 784 8263 Christopher Lee nau edu for further information 2016 Tribal Exchange Network Conference TribalENConf SaveTheDate pdf 2016 National Tribal Forum on Air Quality NTF2016SaveTheDate pdf TAMS Steering Committee IAQ Implementation Plan October 2015 IAQ Cover Letter TAMSSC 20151020 pdf TAMS Steering Committee IAQ Implementation Plan 10 16 15 pdf This document provides guidance for the Tribal Air Monitoring Support TAMS

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  • General Assistance Program (GAP)
    technology and organizations pertinent to environmental program development Training is provided by ITEC staff to member Tribes at locations in Oklahoma and New Mexico Courses offered include 8 hr Hazwoper Refresher GIS GPS Open Dump Assessment Sampling Methods Radon Indoor Air Stream Assessment and Phase I Assessments Staff asks for member Tribe s input and will offer classes to meet their needs ITEC staff currently takes applications from member tribes for assistance with compiling their environmental sampling data Assistance is given to establish a template for Tribal environmental data and further assistance is given to help upload this data on the STORET database The ITEC staff recognizes the necessity for on site visits to each member Tribe of the consortium for conducting Tribal environmental needs assessments This activity assists the CNEP staff by identifying current and unique environmental issues addressed by each ITEC member Tribe This essential program element assists in determining environmental issues with the potential to negatively impact the health and welfare of the ITEC member Tribes Meetings are conducted on year round by request The ITEC staff has compiled databases to assist the ITEC Tribes with the development of environmental characterizations Information included in the databases include Tribal oil gas locations criteria air pollutants and HAPs illegal dumps landfills transfer stations UST site monitoring wells and Tribal watershed data The RCRA Air UST Brownfields and Superfund Programs offer assistance to member Tribes on different aspects of these programs that apply to member Tribes and their Tribal lands ITEC History ITEC History The mission of the Inter Tribal Environmental Council ITEC is to protect the health of Native Americans their natural resources and their environment as it relates to air land and water To accomplish this mission ITEC provides technical support training and environmental services in a variety of environmental disciplines ITEC has member Tribes in Oklahoma New Mexico and Texas The office has a technical professional staff who are committed to providing technical support training and environmental services to the individual member Tribes In addition the staff is committed to assisting each individual Tribe with other environmentally related issues and concerns as they may arise 2011 The ITEC programs include the General Assistance Program the ITEC Training Grant Clean Air Program Clean Water Program Pesticides Program Underground Storage Tank Leaking Underground Storage Tank Program Superfund Program Brownfields Program and Information Exchange Network Program 2006 The ITEC programs include the Indian Environmental General Assistance Program the ITEC Training Grant Clean Air Program Underground Storage Tank Leaking Underground Storage Tank Program Superfund Program National Environmental Information Exchange Network NEIEN Challenge Project RCRA Subtitle D Solid Waste Programs and ITEC Brownfields Response Program IBRP 2005 The OES became Cherokee Nation s Environmental Programs CNEP The ITEC programs include the Indian Environmental General Assistance Program the ITEC Training Grant Clean Air Program Underground Storage Tank Leaking Underground Storage Tank Program Superfund Program National Environmental Information Exchange Network NEIEN Challenge Project RCRA Subtitle D Solid Waste Programs and ITEC Brownfields Response Program

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