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Superfund Videos

The Public Environmental Resource Center (PERC) in Seattle loans videos, DVDs, CD-ROMs to residents, educators, and businesses of only Alaska, Idaho, Oregon, and Washington for up to two weeks. Locate the title you wish to receive and call (800) 424-4EPA or (206) 553-1200 in the Seattle Metro Area. You can also email your request to the PERC (; please include the Title and Item Number in your email.

TitleDescriptionYearLengthItem Number
ASTSDR's Community ChallengePart 1: Hazardous materials response & the emergency medical system & community challenge. Part 2: Hazardous materials response & the hospital emergency department.EP-155
CLANDESTINE DRUG LAB The video shows precautions to follow when a lab or dump site is discovered, and it gives contact information regarding the Superfund’s response training program.2001 27 MinutesEPA-DVD-045
Hanford's Secret Wartime Mission 1943-1945This documentary film chronicles the story of the Manhattan Project at Hanford where the world's first plutonium production facilities were built along the Columbia River in Easter Washington state.200445 minutesEPA-DVD-025
Libby, MontanaLibby, Montana is a journey into the world of a hard-working, blue-collar community that exemplifies the American Dream gone horribly wrong. Disk Contents: Feature film (124 minutes), theatrical trailer (2 minutes), promotional trailer (8 minutes), High Plains Films trailers (12 minutes), interview with Director (9 minutes), deleted scenes (18 minutes), U.S. Bureau of Mines 1950s promotional film - Asbestos: A Matter of Time (20 minutes).2005193 MinutesEPA-DVD-007
S.C.A.P.S.Site Characterization and Analysis Penetrometer System. By the US Army Environmental Center11:50 MinutesEP-348
Superfund Risk Assessment and How You Can HelpExplains the Superfund risk assessment process. Key concepts include: proper sampling and analysis; without exposure there is no health risk; community input is important; risk assessment is a tool for deciding if there is a risk and how much cleanup will be protective; when uncertainty exists, EPA uses safety margins to protect public health and the environment. Video segments (minutes): introduction (6), data collection and evaluation (14), exposure assessment (9), toxicity assessment (7), risk characterization (4), closing (1).199911:10 MinutesEP-390
Tools for Heallthy Communities and Successful Land ReuseContains 4 CD-ROM's - ATSDR Brownfield and Land Reuse Site Tool, ATSDR Compendium of ATSDR Brrownfield/Land Reuse Assissment Products, ATSDR Dose Calculator, City of Jacksonville: Brownfields/Land Revitalization Program.
The Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (ATSDR)
Worker Protection StandardsWhen Superfund was reauthorized in 1986, the EPA was required to develop a set of regulations for protecting worker safety. This video describes this regulation (HAZWOPER) and presents details of the regulation's requirements.200821:00 MinutesEP-452

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