UA SRP Responds to Gold King Mine Spill

UA SRP investigators provided expertise and information for our stakeholders impacted by the August 5, 2015 Gold King Mine spill.


New Tribal Mining Module on Copper Available

“Copper Mining and Processing,” the first in the UA SRP Mining and Environmental Educational Modules for Tribal Colleges series, is available online.


Trainee Lydia Jennings Receives NSF Fellowship

UA SRP graduate trainee Lydia Jennings has received an NSF Fellowship


UA SRP Project Manager Receives Community Engagement Award

Nathan Lothrop received the Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health’s annual Excellence in Community-Engaged Scholarship and Practice Award.


Welcome to the University of Arizona Superfund Research Program

Hazardous Waste Risk and Remediation in the Southwest

The Superfund Research Program at the University of Arizona uses an interdisciplinary approach to study hazardous waste issues in the U.S. Southwest (and Mexico border). We focus on arsenic, chlorinated solvents, and mine tailings. Our biomedical and environmental scientists collaborate to investigate risks, develop remediation strategies, and translate research findings to government stakeholders and the affected community. Our mission is to advance science and to use the research conducted by our program for the improvement of human health and the environment.