Administrative Record and the Web
As per CERCLA regulations, documentation relating to the government's environmental cleanup efforts must be available for public viewing. Documentation can range from sampling reports to cleanup plans to correspondence between the Navy and regulators. There are three ways to view this information:
Administrative Records Normally located aboard a military installation. Records may be viewed by contacting the appropriate Navy representative:
Located at Naval Weapons Station Seal Beach
800 Seal Beach Blvd.
Seal Beach, CA 90740
Phone (562) 626-7897
On the Internet
A wide range of public documents is available for viewing online.
Mailing lists provide a way for citizens to obtain the latest fact sheets and information about upcoming special public meetings relating to the environmental cleanup process. Mailing lists do not normally generate more than six mailings per year. To join a mailing list, please contact the station Public Affairs Officer (562) 626-7215.
Technical Assistance Opportunities
Several federal and state organizations have programs and other resources designed to help provide environmental technical expertise to local communities: