Water: Tribal Training
EPA Mining Training for Tribes Schedule
For more information about this course, please contact:
Phone (206) 553-0979
- Resource Extraction
Take Note: Information presented below is specific to tribal participants and may not apply to all attendees.
Level of Training: 100 Explanation of training levels
Course Description: This training is targeted to Tribes having an interest or concerns about mining. This information session will: (1) describe the mining process from exploration through development, operations and closure and describe different types of mining and processing operations; (2) describe environmental impacts of mining; and, (3) describe major federal and state regulations that pertain to mining. The Environmental Protection Agency is offering this information session in response to requests from Tribes to provide information and an open dialogue on mining issues. (NOTE: Multiple offerings of this course will be held in Alaska).
|February 12, 2008||Anchorage, Alaska|
|February 4, 2009||Anchorage, Alaska|
|June 2, 2009||Aniak, Alaska|
|June 3, 2009||Bethel, Alaska|
|August 11, 2010||Dillingham, Alaska|
|August 12, 2010||Newhalen, Alaska|
|June 2, 2011||Newhalen, Alaska|
|June 3, 2011||Dillingham, Alaska|
Target Audience: This training is targeted to Tribes having an interest or concerns about mining.
Is there a final test associated with the course?: No
Is there a certificate of completion presented at the conclusion of the course?: No
Other relevant notes: The training covers all regulations pertaining to mining. The CWA is a subset of these regulations. Parts of the CWA that apply to mining will be discussed as will mine water pollution sources, treatment, and control.