Superfund project manager known for community outreach

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Superfund project manager known for community outreach

“We need to work with all affected communities, and establish what we want this cleanup to do,” said Rebecca Thomas, the Environmental Protection Agency’s remedial project manager for the Bonita Peak Mining District Superfund site, at the San Juan Mining Conference held at the DoubleTree Hotel in Durango.
Rebecca Thomas, the Environmental Protection Agency’s remedial project manager for the Bonita Peak Mining District, earned praise for the job she did handling a similar project in Libby, Montana.
Rebecca Thomas, the Environmental Protection Agency’s remedial project manager for the Bonita Peak Mining District Superfund site speaks at the San Juan Mining Conference held Thursday at the Double Tree Hotel.

Superfund project manager known for community outreach

“We need to work with all affected communities, and establish what we want this cleanup to do,” said Rebecca Thomas, the Environmental Protection Agency’s remedial project manager for the Bonita Peak Mining District Superfund site, at the San Juan Mining Conference held at the DoubleTree Hotel in Durango.
Rebecca Thomas, the Environmental Protection Agency’s remedial project manager for the Bonita Peak Mining District, earned praise for the job she did handling a similar project in Libby, Montana.
Rebecca Thomas, the Environmental Protection Agency’s remedial project manager for the Bonita Peak Mining District Superfund site speaks at the San Juan Mining Conference held Thursday at the Double Tree Hotel.
Rebecca Thomas

Rebecca Thomas earned an engineering degree at Kansas State University with a minor in French in 1986. She worked for a consulting firm out of Kansas before eventually moving to Denver, taking a job with the Environmental Protection Agency.
Aside from Superfund sites in Leadville and Libby, Montana, she has also worked on major projects outside Salt Lake City at the Kennecott Mine site, and a remediation of the highly controversial radium contamination in Denver.
She has been married to her husband, Stuart Francone, for 24 years. The couple have two sons and two daughters, all in high school. She splits her time between Denver and Leadville, and more recently, the last week of every month in Silverton.

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