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National Tribal Conference on Environmental Management Exit Disclaimer
The Eighth National Tribal Conference on Environmental Management (NTCEM) will be held in Billings, MT, June 24th through June 26th, 2008. This major event includes a wide variety of session topics and provides training opportunities that benefit human health and protect the environment in Indian country. The 8th NTCEM is being co-sponsored by EPA and the Montana/Wyoming Tribal Leaders Council.

Wastewater lagoonWastewater in Tribal Communities
A new website by the Office of Wastewater Management. This site provides financial, technical and programmatic assistance to help tribal communities achieve adequate wastewater services.

American Indian Dream CatchersTribal Compliance Assistance Center
The new online Tribal Compliance Assistance Center will help tribal environmental professionals and facility owners meet environmental regulations.

Tribal Infrastructure Memoranda of Understanding
EPA – along with four other federal agencies including the Department of Interior, Department of Health and Human Services, Department of Agriculture, and the Department of Housing and Urban Development – have signed two tribal infrastructure Memoranda of Understanding (MOUs). These MOUs affirm our commitment to improving infrastructure on tribal lands and providing tribes with access to safe drinking water. It is the first time five federal agencies have agreed to work across traditional program boundaries on tribal infrastructure issues. More about the MOUs

American Indian Dream CatchersOSWER Tribal Programs
EPA’s Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response (OSWER) has created this site to improve outreach, consultation, and communication efforts with tribes by providing relevant information about our programs and current efforts.

A 1930's to 1940's era gas pump on Navajo Nation (Region 9)Underground Storage Tanks Program in Indian Country
EPA’s Office of Underground Storage Tanks (OUST) implements the tanks program in Indian country. Specifically, OUST is responsible for inspecting tanks and helping to ensure compliance with all laws and regulations and helping to ensure petroleum contaminated sites are cleaned up.nnn

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