Participation and Engagement
The management of a contaminated site goes beyond removing harmful substances; it often involves citizens who have significant concerns about the health and safety of their families and communities. More information on public involvement in NWT contaminated sites is available online.
In addition, INAC's Contaminated Sites Program maintains a professional, impartial relationship with Indigenous and northern businesses, acquired through the procurement process for individual sites and the associated site remediation work. If you want to learn more about doing business to remediate contaminated sites in the NWT, visit here.
To learn more about the socio-economic benefits that result from the remediation of contaminated sites in the NWT, visit here.
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