Inter-Tribal Environmental Council

"...to protect the health of Native Americans, their natural resources, and their environment"
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Programs

Brownfields Response Program (IBRP)

Clean Air Program

With five air monitoring sites located within tribal jurisdictional boundaries in Oklahoma, the CNEP Clean Air Program operates one of the largest tribal air monitoring networks in the country.

General Assistance Program (GAP)

The United States Congress first authorized the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to develop the Multi-Media Assistance Program and was subsequently enacted as the "Indian Environmental General Assistance Program Act of 1992." In 1993, EPA promulgated program specific grant regulations that govern the award of the General Assistance Program (GAP) grants (58 Federal Register 63878, Dec 2, 1993; 40 CFR Part 35, Subpart Q). EPA also developed revised GAP guidelines dated March 9, 2000 outlining

Pesticides

Superfund Program

Underground Storage Tanks Program (USTs)