The Restoration Advisory Board, or RAB, will be comprised of community members, environmental
regulators, local government representatives and other interested parties. Its purpose will be to advise the Air
Force on community concerns regarding environmental cleanup activities around the Utah Test and Training
Range and Wendover Auxiliary Airfield. The RAB is being formed to encourage community participation in the
Cleanup is being managed by Hill Air Force Base (AFB) and includes cleaning up hazardous waste sites
under the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability Act (CERCLA) and the
Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA); and cleaning up munitions-related sites under the Military
Munitions Response Program (MMRP).
The RAB will be co-chaired by a member of the community (chosen by the RAB's community members) and
by a representative from the Air Force. The RAB will develop its own mission statement and operating
procedures, set the agenda for meetings and select the meeting location and time. Hill AFB will provide
administrative support for the RAB.
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Map of the sites located on or near the UTTR: CERCLA sites are indicated by red dots, RCRA sites are indicated by black dots, and the MMRP sites are indicated by the orange labeled polygons.
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Now Accepting Applications!
The newly formed UTTR Restoration Advisory Board is currently accepting membership applications. Apply online or by mail.
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