As an advisory board to the Federal On Scene Coordinator (FOSC), the Alaska Regional Response Team provides federal, state, and local governmental agencies with means to participate in response to pollution incidents.
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Emergency Phone Number:
National Response Team

1-800-424-8802

Contact the ARRT Coordinators:
Nick Knowles, US EPA
Patricia Bower, AK DEC
 

What's New?

Next Meeting  

Alaska Regional Response Team Meeting:  The next meeting of the ARRT will be held on Thursday, September 21st, in Cordova, at the Cordova Center, 601 1st St.   View the agenda at: http://private.alaskarrt.org/Files/agenda 9-21-2017.pdf 

This meeting will be held in conjunction with a meeting of the Prince William Sound Subarea Committee, on September 20th, at the same location. You can view the Subarea Committee Meeting Agenda at:  http://private.alaskarrt.org/Files/20SEP17 PWSSAC Agenda.pdf

****PLEASE NOTE THAT THESE DATES DIFFER FROM WHAT IS LISTED IN THE ARRT BIENNIAL WORK PLAN****


 

January Meeting Notes

Final meeting notes from the January 19th meeting in Fairbanks, may be viewed at http://private.alaskarrt.org/Files/final2017 Jan Fairbanks ARRT Meeting.docx 


Alaska Pipeline Jurisdictional Tool
EPA has completed work on a mapping tool, deliniating jurisdictional responsibility for planning and inspection requirements for hydrocarbon pipelines in Alaska.  View the atlas of maps availible at http://private.alaskarrt.org/Files/Pipeline Jurisdictional Tool Map Atlas.pdf.

Biennial Work Plan

The ARRT's 2017-2018 Biennial Work Plan has been finalized, and may be viewed at: http://private.alaskarrt.org/Files/ARRT BWP 2017-2018 FINAL.pdf.  While the plan covers a two year period, it is updated annually. 

Annual Tribal Newsletter

You may view the 2017 annual ARRT Tribal Newsletter, posted to the Tribal Outreach page of this website. http://alaskarrt.org/Documents.aspx?f=12371

Area Contingency Plans and a Regional Contingency Plan for Alaska

At the direction of the ARRT, representatives from the Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation, The U.S. Coast Guard, and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency are working jointly to establish Contingency Plans for Alaska that conform with the guidance and regulations of the National Contingency Plan.  You can learn for about this effort at:
 http://dec.alaska.gov/spar/PPR/plans/regional_plan.htm

NOAA National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS) Arctic Wildlife Response Outreach

NMFS intends to publish draft Arctic Marine Mammal Disaster Response Guidelines in the Federal Register this spring in order to solicit comments to strengthen the document. If you would like to be notified when publication occurs, please email Sadie Wright at Sadie.Wright@noaa.gov

New Documents:    

 

If you have any comments or recommendations on this website or its contents, please send them to Nick Knowles or Liza Sanden.