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SuperJTI Making A Difference

SuperJTI Training Locations

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ABEX Corp., Portsmouth, VA
Agriculture Street Landfill, New Orleans, LA
Bunker Hill Mining and Metallurgical Site, Coeur d'Alene, ID
Coeur d'Alene Basin, Kellogg, ID
Diamond Alkali, Newark, NJ
Douglas Roads, Mishawaka, MO
Dutch Boy, Chicago, IL
Fort Ord, Monterey, CA
Jacobsville Neighborhood Lead Contamination, Evansville, IN
Jacksonville Ash Site, Jacksonville, FL
Kerr-McGee, Chicago, IL
Lower Duwamish Waterway, Seattle, WA
Many Diversified Interests, Inc., Houston, TX
Navajo Nation, Gallup, New Mexico
North Denver, Denver, CO
Onondaga Lake Site, Syracuse, NY
Rockets, Fireworks and Flares, Rialto, California
RSR Smelter, Dallas, TX
Savannah River Site, Aiken and Allendale, SC
Tar Creek, Miami, OK
Taracorp, Granite City, MO
Tennessee Products, Chattanooga, TN
Washington Navy Yard, Washington D.C.
Young Community Developers, Inc., San Francisco, CA

Hundreds of trainees nationwide have successfully completed SuperJTI trainings.

The map below illustrates the locations where SuperJTI trainings have been held.

SuperJTI Site Map

SuperJTI graduates have been placed into a variety of jobs, working as:

  • Dump truck drivers
  • Environmental technicians
  • General production operators
  • Heavy equipment operators
  • Material handlers
  • Radiological control inspectors

Approximately 80 percent of trainees from the SuperJTI program have been placed into jobs.

Success Stories

The following success stories illustrate how EPA and communities have worked together to implement SuperJTI trainings.

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