Task Force and Focus Group Openings Openings

ASTSWMO is a member-driven organization. If you are employed directly by a State or Territorial environmental agency and work in a waste, remediation, underground storage tank, or materials management program, then you are a member of ASTSWMO and eligible to participate in its Task Forces, Focus Groups, and Work Groups within its Subcommittees and Research Centers that focus on your area of expertise.

Groups within each Subcommittee and Research Center are comprised of one State member from each EPA Region to provide balanced representation. Members of each group generally serve three-year terms, as described in the Association's Members in Action document.

Current Openings

CERCLA and Brownfields Research Center

  • Sediments
    • Regions 7, 8
  • State Superfund
    • --
  • Long-Term Stewardship
    • Region 5
  • Removal Action
    • Region 4
  • Brownfields
    • --
  • CERCLA Site Evaluation
    • Region 10

Federal Facilities Research Center

  • Remediation and Reuse
    • --
  • State Federal Coordination
    • Region 5
  • Radiation
    • Regions 7, 9
  • Community Involvement
    • Regions 1, 6, 10

Hazardous Waste Subcommittee

  • Corrective Action and Permitting
    • --
  • Compliance Monitoring and Enforcement
    • --
  • Hazardous Waste Recycling
    • Regions 3, 9, 10
  • Program Information Management
    • Region 3
  • Training
    • Regions 1, 7
  • Program Operations
    • Region 2

Materials Management Subcommittee

  • Municipal D Waste
    • Regions 1, 5
  • Beneficial Use
    • --
  • Training and Technology Transfer
    • Regions 4, 6, 10
  • MSW Recycling
    • Region 1, 5, 7, 10
  • Product Stewardship
    • Regions 8, 10

Tanks Subcommittee

Participation

To express your interest, download, complete, and email the Task Force/Focus Group Membership Interest Form to the staff for the group(s) in which you are interested.

Strategic Plan

The ASTSWMO 2009 Strategic Plan continues many commitments and initiates several new objectives for the next several years. It was debuted in October 2009 at the Annual Meeting.

Travel Policy

Members are highly likely to travel with ASTSWMO funding. Thus, we urge all members to read the Travel Policy thoroughly. If travel questions arise, please contact Dania Rodriguez (daniar@astswmo.org; 202.624.5973) or Allison Goldberg (allisong@astswmo.org; 202.624.7883).

Code of Conduct

The Association’s Code of Conduct is applicable to all members who travel with ASTSWMO. Other Association documents that might be of interest, such as the By-Laws, can be found on the Policies and Documents page.

 

 

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ASTSWMO's mission is to enhance and promote effective State and Territorial programs for waste and materials management, to encourage environmentally sustainable practices and to affect relevant national waste and materials management policies.