An online survey regarding the environmental restoration program at Naval Support Facility (NSF) Indian Head will remain open for a few extra weeks in September.
Naval Support Activity South Potomac (NSASP) is inviting the workforce on NSF Indian Head, along with members of the local community, to participate in the brief survey regarding the installation's environmental restoration program.
This survey and related community involvement activities undertaken by the Navy are intended to promote awareness regarding environmental topics and activities at NSF Indian Head.
“If community members have not heard of the NSF Indian Head Environmental Restoration Program but are interested in this topic, their participation in the survey is invaluable,” emphasizes Nicholas Carros, manager for the program.
“Responses to the survey are confidential and will help facilitate future measures to improve environmental restoration communications and community interaction,” adds Carros.
The online environmental restoration community survey can be accessed at http://fluidsurveys.com/s/nsf-indian-head-community-relations-plan-survey/. The survey was originally scheduled to close at the end of August, but will continue to be accessible for the first few weeks in September in order to collect additional input.
“We want to do everything we can to encourage members of the community to stay informed and attend public meetings where the community has an opportunity to review and discuss environmental topics specific to NSF Indian Head,” says Carros.