The Interstate Chemicals Clearinghouse (IC2) is an association of state, local, and tribal governments that promotes a clean environment, healthy communities, and a vital economy through the development and use of safer chemicals and products. We invite new members to join us. The goals of the IC2 are to:
The functions of the IC2 include:
The IC2 is a program of the Northeast Waste Management Officials' Association (NEWMOA). NEWMOA provides management and staff support for IC2 and serves as its fiscal agent.
IC2 Board of Directors
The IC2 has formed a Board of Directors to oversee IC2 programs and activities, conduct strategic planning, set priorities and establish the annual workplan, establish the budget and spending priorities, and manage other critical matters affecting the IC2.
The IC2 Board of Directors has up to 15 representatives of IC2 Member agencies. The Director or Commissioner of the lead agency for each IC2 Member selects the Board nominee for that jurisdiction. The designee is a senior official or manager of an environmental protection/quality, environmental health, pollution prevention or other appropriate program or agency, or a member of the Commissioner's/Director's Executive Staff. The Board meets a minimum of two times per year with the IC2 Council and may meet additional times with or without the Council.
The Clearinghouse has established the IC2 Council to support the mission and goals of the IC2 and to provide a forum for collaboration and sharing professional advice and expertise among representatives of the IC2 Members, Supporting Members and the Board of Directors. The IC2 Council includes the Board of Directors and representatives of the IC2 Members and Supporting Member organizations. The functions of the IC2 Council include: