Public participation is the key to Ann Green Communications’ approach to developing and implementing communications plans for remediation projects. Our professionals work with clients responsible for remediating Superfund, Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) and Brownfields sites.
Where there is off-site contamination or the potential for it, our programs enable the public to have input to the cleanup process. This two-way communication link between the public and the clients results in trusting relationships.
Our public outreach services include: community liaison panels (CLP), public availability sessions in which community members can meet with potentially responsible parties (PRPs), contractors and agency officials, individual meetings with key local officials, and personal outreach to adjacent property owners.
Sometimes the best way to help neighbors and other stakeholders understand a remediation project is to hold an open house or public participation session.