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Cherokee Nation Exchange Network April 8, 2007. Cherokee Nation 14 county jurisdictional boundary Tribal enrollment over 200,000 Over 115,000 live within.

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1 Cherokee Nation Exchange Network April 8, 2007

2 Cherokee Nation 14 county jurisdictional boundary Tribal enrollment over 200,000 Over 115,000 live within jurisdictional boundary

3 Cherokee Nation Historical Boundary with tribal trust land

4 Cherokee Nation Environmental Programs Facility Registry System (FRS) Recent AdditionsRecent Additions | Contact Us | Search: All EPA This AreaContact Us You are here: EPA HomeEPA Home Envirofacts FRS Report Facility Detail Report Environmental Interests Information SystemInformation System IDEnvironmental Interest TypeData SourceLast Updated DateSupplemental Environmental Interests: CNFRS CNFRS85CH1CLDTRIBAL MASTERCN ENV PRGMS Facility Mailing Addresses No Facility Mailing Addresses returned. NAICS Codes No NAICS Codes returned. SIC Codes No SIC Codes returned. Contacts No Contacts returned. Organizations No Organizations returned. Alternative Names No Alternative Names returned. Lead agency for Inter-Tribal Environmental Council (ITEC),currently 40 member tribes Lead agency for Inter-Tribal Environmental Council (ITEC), currently 40 member tribes ITEC provides technical support to member tribes in EPA Region 6 ITEC programs include: Solid Waste, GAP, Superfund, Brownfields, Clean Air, Underground Storage Tanks

5 Cherokee Nation Environmental Programs Facility Registry System (FRS) Recent AdditionsRecent Additions | Contact Us | Search: All EPA This AreaContact Us You are here: EPA HomeEPA Home Envirofacts FRS Report Facility Detail Report Environmental Interests Information SystemInformation System IDEnvironmental Interest TypeData SourceLast Updated DateSupplemental Environmental Interests: CNFRS CNFRS85CH1CLDTRIBAL MASTERCN ENV PRGMS Facility Mailing Addresses No Facility Mailing Addresses returned. NAICS Codes No NAICS Codes returned. SIC Codes No SIC Codes returned. Contacts No Contacts returned. Organizations No Organizations returned. Alternative Names No Alternative Names returned. Lead agency for Inter-Tribal Environmental Council (ITEC)

6 Cherokee Nation Environmental Programs 2006 Full Operational Network Node 2006 Facility Registry System (In Production) 2007 Develop Open Dump Schema 2008 WQX data flow (physical & chemical)

7 Open Dump Assessment IHS wSTARS Web Sanitation Tracking and Reporting System The Web Sanitation Tracking and Reporting System (wSTARS) is an inventory of the sanitation deficiencies of American Indian (AI) and Alaska Native (AN) communities, which consist of needed water, sewer and solid waste facilities for existing homes. The sanitation deficiencies data are identified by each of the 12 Indian Health Service Area Offices across the nation in consultation with the respective Tribes in those Areas. The sanitation deficiency data is updated annually and reported to Congress as required by the Indian Health Care Improvement Act, Public Law , as amended (25 U.S.C et seq). Inter-Tribal Environmental Council

8 Open Dump Assessment wSTARS Subsystems OMDS –Operations and Maintenance Data Systems SDS –Sanitation Deficiency System Inter-Tribal Environmental Council

9 Open Dump Assessment OMDS Database Detailed database of IHS sites Includes: –Solid Waste Sites –Water Projects –Sewer Projects Official Open Dumps in Indian Country Database Inter-Tribal Environmental Council

10 Open Dump Assessment SDS Database Database of sites for IHS funding Includes: –Solid Waste –Water –Sewer Prioritizes sites based on Assessment Score –Low Priority –Medium Priority –High Priority Inter-Tribal Environmental Council

11 Open Dump Assessment SDS Database Database of sites for IHS funding Includes: –Solid Waste –Water –Sewer Prioritizes sites based on Assessment Score –Low Priority –Medium Priority –High Priority Inter-Tribal Environmental Council


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