EPA, joined by its government partners for the Enbridge oil spill response, will hold a public meeting Tuesday, August 10, in Battle Creek, Michigan to update area residents on the current status and future actions for the Enbridge oil spill. EPA has the role of Federal On-Scene Coordinator for this incident.EPA and government officials will brief the public on the spill, cleanup progress, health issues and wildlife protection efforts. Following the meeting, there will be an opportunity to talk one-on-one with government officials. Parking at the parking garage adjacent to the Kellogg Arena will be validated. People who need special accommodations at the meeting should contact EPA Community Involvement Coordinator Don de Blasio, 312-343-6666.
More information about EPA’s response to the spill
Time: 7 p.m.
Date: Tuesday, Aug. 10, 2010
Place: KELLOGG ARENA, One McCamly Square, Battle Creek, Michigan
Additional information regarding the MI Oil Spill.
Fact Sheet: Water Issues (PDF) (2pp, 114K) - August 2010
Oil Spill: How Is Air Quality Affected? (PDF) (2pp, 31K) fact sheet - August 2010
Oil Spill: How Can I Help Wildlife or Volunteer? (PDF) (1pg, 45K) fact sheet - August 2010