Site containment efforts at the Lowry Landfill Superfund Site are fully transparent. Information can be found in multiple ways:
Denver and Waste Management of Colorado have built the public website (www.lowrylandfill.com) with technical information on the Site, frequently asked questions, maps, contact information for site managers, and other relevant information. This website is updated frequently.
In 2017, a Community Advisory Group (CAG) was established to provide a public forum for community members adjacent to the site to meet with EPA, CDPHE, TCHD and Denver and Waste Management of Colorado to discuss any issues related to the Superfund decision making process. Representatives from the City of Aurora, and Arapahoe County also attend and the CAG meetings are accessible to the public.
In 2022, the Community Advisory Group was disbanded, however the teams that manage Lowry Landfill continue to engage and interact with the neighbors adjacent to the site. They work collaboratively alongside representatives at the Federal, State, and local level as well as offer accessibility to the public.
Denver and Waste Management of Colorado have briefed elected officials, delivered presentations to community groups, provided multiple site tour opportunities, and made themselves consistently available to answer questions from the community and provide updated reports on the status of their efforts.