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newStakeholder Meeting Announcement
Wednesday, July 31 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Gasconade Camp Conference Room 1 E-144
Lewis & Clark State Office Building
1101 Riverside Drive
Jefferson City
Call-in number: 866-230-0963

The Missouri Department of Natural Resources’ Environmental Remediation and Waste Management programs invite stakeholders and other interested parties to attend a meeting to continue discussions of a potential increase to existing hazardous waste generator fees. During the meeting, participants will have the opportunity to suggest options to address the fee increase needed and to provide input on other options proposed by the group. Should you have questions, contact Chris Nagel at 573-526-3900 or John Jurgensmeyer at 573-751-3176.

The meeting will be held in the Gasconade Camp Conference Room of the Lewis & Clark State Office Building at 1101 Riverside Drive. in Jefferson City.

If you have any questions, or require special services or accommodations to attend the meeting, please contact Debra Dobson by email or by calling 573-751-2747 no later than 24 hours prior to the meetings.

For information on the day of the meeting please call 573-751-3176. During this time staff will be actively participating at the meeting and will be unable to respond.

Hearing-impaired people may use Relay Missouri at 800-735-2966.

What is the Hazardous Waste Forum's Goal?

To provide a means for information exchange between department staff and Missouri citizens regarding hazardous waste laws, regulations, programs and procedures to improve understanding and identify areas for environmental improvement in the state.

What is the Hazardous Waste Forum's Mission?

The Hazardous Waste Forum's mission is to identify, evaluate and develop ways to better protect human health and the environment. The stakeholder group includes representatives from the department, industry, consultants, environmental groups and other regulatory agencies. Meetings are held as needed to evaluate and recommend opportunities and changes to law, regulations and department programs and procedures. These changes are intended to benefit the stakeholders while allowing the department to pursue the goal of protecting human health and the environment.

What are the next steps?

The Hazardous Waste Forum is requesting comments through July 25. To sign up for the Hazardous Waste Generator Fee Basecamp where you can provide your comments, please email Amy Poos at An email will be sent to your account with information on how to sign up. You will need to respond to that email within 24-hours or the time frame will expire and you will need to email Amy Poos again.

The next stakeholder meeting will be July 31, 2019, in Gasconade Camp in the Lewis and Clark Building, Jefferson City.

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