Thanks for the excellent in person and online turnout and participation at the February 7-8 meeting. A special thanks goes out to the presenters and the Port of San Francisco for hosting us. The agenda and presentations have been uploaded to the 2/7-8/2024 folder in the Documents section (to the right).
RRT9 Committees: If you are interested
in participating on any of the following Committees, please contact us:
- Response Technology Evaluation
- Training and Exercises
- Public Health Assessment Unit
- Cultural Resources and Tribal Outreach
- Abandoned & Derelict Vessels
Thanks for your patience and understanding as we try to get our distribution
list cleaned up. We will be making a concerted effort to get the list dialed-in.
Please let Bill or Ben know if you do not
want to receive emails/calendar invites from us.
RRT9 Meeting Dates: There were numerous requests for a 4-5 year
calendar. Save-the-date calendar invites have been sent out. We
will have hybrid meetings (in person with virtual connectivity) twice a
year and will utilize the first ½ to full day for tours, training and/or ACP
meetings. Our next hybrid meeting is scheduled for July in Nevada. Stay tuned for more details.
Executive Steering Committee:
Provides strategic direction and includes representatives from
USEPA, USCG, DOI, USFS, FEMA, DOD, USACE and OSPR. Spring and Fall
virtual ESC meetings will be scheduled as well as in-person meetings in
conjunction with the RRT9 meetings go to the Events section of this website.
Contact us with Questions:
Jones, USEPA Region IX (email@example.com,
Ben Perry-Thistle, USCG D11 (Benjamin.Perry-Thistle@uscg.mil,
About Us: RRT9 is a multi-agency coordination group concerned with preparedness and response to oil and hazardous substance spills on land in Arizona, California and Nevada, and in the coastal marine environment of California. The co-chairs are the U.S Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S. Coast Guard.
Mission: The mission of RRT9 is to ensure coordinated, efficient, and effective support of the federal, state, tribal, local, and international responses to significant oil and hazardous substance incidents within the Pacific Southwest Region as mandated by the National Contingency Plan (NCP) 40 CFR Parts 300-399.