How You Can Participate in the Five-Year Review.
During August and September 2021, community members, local officials, and agency representatives complete surveys or interviews to provide information about the site and any concerns.
- Schedule an interview by calling (831) 393-1284 or emailing email@example.com
The Army conducts surveys and interviews with community members, local officials, and agency representatives to collect information about successes and/or problems with implementation of the remedies. The Army is also interested in community feedback about site conditions or concerns. The survey and interview findings and community input will be incorporated into the 5th Five-Year Review report.
What Is a Five-Year Review?
Five-Year Reviews involve a comprehensive assessment of the performance of a cleanup program and its ongoing protectiveness of human health and the environment. Click here for Fact Sheet about this Five-Year Review.
Why Is a Five-Year Review Conducted?
Superfund regulations require a review of cleanup actions every five years after the initiation of remedial actions if the remedy does not allow unrestricted use of the property.
What are the Main Questions that the Five-Year Review has to answer?
- Are the remedies functioning as intended and as outlined in Records of Decision?
- Are the assumptions used at the time of the remedy selection still valid?
- Has any other information come to light that could call into question the protectiveness of the remedies?