Citizens for a Safe Future
for Midvale (CSFM)

A United States Environmental Protection Agency
Technical Assistance Group (TAG)


CSFM Mission Statement

The mission of CSFM is to inform Midvale and it's surrounding community about issues relating to the site cleanups of Sharon Steel (Jordan Bluffs) and Midvale Slag (Bingham Junction) Super Fund sites. This objective will be primarily met through public meetings and community publications.

CSFM Purpose

The corporation is organized as a nonprofit corporation and is organized and shall be operated exclusively for charitable and educational purposes within the meaning of section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. The specific purposes and objectives of the corporation shall include but not be limited to the following:

To obtain technical assistance in interpreting site-related documents and other activities that would contribute to the public's understanding of over-all conditions at the Sharon Steel (Jordan Bluffs) site and Midvale Slag (Bingham Junction) site. Specifically, to:
  • Review and interpret site related documents.
  • Meet with groups and individuals to explain technical information
  • Communicate site-related concerns to the EPA
  • Participate in site visits to gain a better understanding of cleanup activities
  • Travel to meetings, hearings, etc., directly related to the situation at the sites
  • Apply for superfund technical assistance grants
  • Other activities to help ensure that affected individuals are well informed about the conditions and activities at the super fund sites in Midvale City.
More Information

To learn more about CSFM, feel free to contact us at postmaster@midvaletag.org, or visit one of our meetings. Meetings are held the first Wednesday of every other month at Midvale City Council Chambers (see calendar below), and are open to the public. The minutes from these meetings are also available.

CSFM Calendar of Events

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EPA Mission Statement
The mission of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is to protect human health and to safeguard the natural environment--air, water, and land--upon which life depends.

EPA's purpose is to ensure that:
  • All Americans are protected from significant risks to human health and the environment where they live, learn and work.
  • National efforts to reduce environmental risk are based on the best available scientific information.
  • Federal laws protecting human health and the environment are enforced fairly and effectively.
  • Environmental protection is an integral consideration in U.S. policies concerning natural resources, human health, economic growth, energy, transportation, agriculture, industry, and international trade, and these factors are similarly considered in establishing environmental policy.
  • All parts of society--communities, individuals, business, state and local governments, tribal governments--have access to accurate information sufficient to effectively participate in managing human health and environmental risks.
  • Environmental protection contributes to making our communities and ecosystems diverse, sustainable and economically productive.
  • The United States plays a leadership role in working with other nations to protect the global environment.