Los Alamos County Public Involvement Process
Los Alamos County was faced with a mandate to close their unpermitted landfill within two years.
Ms Chaplin, in her previous role working for Environmental Health Associates, Inc. worked with the County to create an extensive communications plan for the stakeholder engagement process.
The process resulted in a new, unforeseen alternative to build a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certified Transfer Station. It was the first transfer station to receive LEED certification.