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You are invited to participate in the Chevron Questa Mine Superfund Site Virtual Community Meeting March 15, 2022

Meeting Format: Microsoft Teams Video and Call Conference
Virtual Meeting: Topics for discussion include: EPA’s legal justification to move forward with renewing the Clean Water Act (CWA) National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permit and not issue a Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act—known as CERCLA or Superfund Record Of Decision (ROD) Amendment.
Meeting Address (URL):
Date and Time: March 15, 2022, 6:00 pm until 7:30 pm
Toll-free Audio for Meeting: Phone number: (844) 608-7693, Conference ID: 598 762 202#

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) will hold a virtual community meeting to provide an update for the Chevron Questa Mine Superfund Site (Site). As we navigate our way through this unique time, the health and safety of our staff, contractors, and the communities we serve is our top priority. As a result, EPA and its Superfund Site teams are conducting virtual meetings in lieu of in-person public meeting events to reflect current COVID-19 guidance from federal, state, tribal, and local officials discouraging gatherings of more than ten people at a time.

During the virtual meeting, EPA staff and stakeholders will provide information and answer questions about the status of the Site. The virtual meeting will be held online and/or over the phone via Microsoft Teams Video and Call Conferencing on:

Please test your computer or mobile app prior to attending the meeting using the link below. Technical support is limited and subject to significant delays. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, EPA will host the Site Update Meeting over the phone via Microsoft Teams Video and Call Conference.

There are Two ways to attend the virtual meeting:

  1. Visit EPA’s Chevron Questa Mine website: https://www.epa.gov/superfund/ChevronQuestaMine access virtual meeting information and web link. Click on this link that says “Click here to join the meeting.” When the Teams page launches, select “Use Teams” on current browser or “Go to Teams App” and follow the instructions. Browsers may vary by computer. Microsoft Teams currently supports the following browsers: Microsoft Edge, Google Chrome, Firefox, and Safari. Ensure you’re running the latest browser version on your device to avoid any limitations in terms of features. Alternatively, you can download the Microsoft Teams app to your desktop computer or mobile device prior to the meeting.
  2. Call in using this phone number and Conference ID (Audio only):
    • Phone number: (844) 608-7693
    • Conference ID: 598 762 202#

    If you have any problems joining by phone or online on the day of the meeting, please contact Heather Davis (713) 985-6672 for immediate assistance.

    Copies of fact sheets, information bulletins, the administrative record, and other information are available online at the Chevron Questa Mine Superfund Site: Times
    Or at the following Site information repositories:

Village of Questa
2500 Old State Road 3 • P.O. Box 260 • Questa, New Mexico 87556 • (575) 586-0694

New Mexico Environment Department
1190 S. St. Francis Dr. • Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505 • (505) 827-2340

Should you have any specific needs or questions about the online virtual meeting, please contact: Janetta Coats, Senior Community Involvement Coordinator, at (214) 665-7308 or coats.janetta@epa.gov. Any request for accommodation should be made to Janetta 1 week or more in advance so that EPA will have sufficient time to process the request such as closed captioning.

All news media inquiries should be directed to the EPA Region 6 Press Office at (214) 665-2200 or toll free 1.800.533.3508.