The Regional Contingency Plan (RCP) is under Documents on the right.
04 May: Spring RRT9 Meeting from 1300 – 1600.
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- Welcome and opening
comments – RRT9 Co-chairs
- NRT Updates from the
Annual Meeting – Roger Fernandez, USEPA, NRT Executive Director
Topic: Interagency Modeling and Atmospheric Assessment Center (IMAAC)
- Agency Updates - Please
keep comments to 5 to 10 minutes if possible.
- USCG and USEPA Updates
- Wrap up
- Summary of key points and decisions, next steps and
actions to be taken.
10-14 May: Int'l Oil Spill Conference webinar See www.iosc.org
Calendar: A multi-year calendar is available under Documents on the right.
About Us: RRT9 is a multi-agency coordination group concerned with preparedness and response to oil and hazardous substance spills on land in Arizona, California and Nevada, and in the coastal marine environment of California. The co-chairs are the U.S Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S. Coast Guard.
Mission: The mission of RRT9 is to ensure coordinated, efficient, and effective support of the federal, state, tribal, local, and international responses to significant oil and hazardous substance incidents within the Pacific Southwest Region as mandated by the National Contingency Plan (NCP).
Coordinators: Your RRT9 Coordinators are Susan Krala for the USCG email@example.com and Bill Jones for EPA firstname.lastname@example.org. See the Contacts on the right for more information.