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Directory of Technical Assistance for Land Revitalization

Appendix C. Other EPA Resources for Technical Support and Funding

Office of Science Policy Hazardous Substance Technical Liaisons

The Hazardous Substances Technical Liaison Program (HSTL) was created to: (1) station a liaison in each region to facilitate access to ORD laboratories, national centers, and ORD headquarters; (2) provide and support ORD's technical support programs in regional OSWER programs; and (3) promote the use of sound science and engineering in regional decision making in the OSWER programs. Technical liaisons are ORD senior scientists and engineers located in the regional Superfund offices. The liaisons foster communications, especially the transfer of scientific and engineering products, between ORD laboratories and the regions. They also provide direct assistance by applying their expertise in a variety of areas.

Region Contact Phone/E-mail Address
1 Stephen Mangion (617) 918-1452
US EPA Region 1
1 Congress Street
Boston, MA 02114-2023
2 Jonathan Josephs (212) 637-4317
US EPA Region 2
290 Broadway 18th Floor
New York, NY 10007-1866
3 Norman Kulujian (215) 814-3130
US EPA Region 3
1650 Arch Street
Philadelphia, PA
4 Felicia Barnett (404) 562-8659
US EPA Region 4
61 Forsyth Street
Atlanta, GA 30303-8960
7 Robert Mournighan (913) 551-7913
US EPA Region 7
901 North 5th Street
Kansas City, KS 66101
8 James Dunn (303) 312-6573
US EPA Region 8
999 18th Street, Suite 300
Denver, CO 80202-2466
9 Michael Gill (415) 972-3054
US EPA Region 9
75 Hawthorne Street
San Francisco, CA 94105-3901
10 John J. Barich (206) 553-8562
US EPA Region 10
1200 Sixth Street
Seattle, WA 98101

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