Idaho Cleanup Project Citizens Advisory Board Seeks New Member
February 9, 2023
The Idaho Cleanup Project Citizens Advisory Board (ICP CAB) is currently recruiting new board members. Interested university students and faculty members are especially encouraged to apply.
The ICP CAB was created to involve community members and stakeholders more directly in environmental management cleanup decisions at the Idaho National Laboratory Site. The board meets quarterly and is comprised of 12 residents from various geographical areas around the southern Idaho region who represent a variety of interests.
Expertise in cleanup, or Idaho Site cleanup specifically, is not required for membership. The ICP CAB seeks members with an interest in Idaho Site cleanup and a willingness to commit time to attend meetings, typically 3-4 times per year, and provide their perspective. CAB members have the opportunity to learn about the current practices, policies and views of the agencies involved with the project. Members bring their own unique perspectives and provide advice and recommendations on issues such as cleanup standards, environmental restoration, waste management, stabilization of non-stockpile nuclear materials, excess facilities, future land use and long-term stewardship, risk management, and cleanup science and technology activities.
To learn more about the board please contact Danielle Miller, ICP CAB Federal Coordinator, at 208-526-5709 or firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit the CAB’s website at energy.gov/em/icpcab. To submit an application, visit the website or call CAB support staff at 208-557-7886. Applications should be submitted by Friday, March 3.