Citizens promoting the environmentally safe operation of the Alyeska terminal and associated tankers.

The Prince William Sound Regional Citizens’ Advisory Council was formed after the Exxon Valdez oil spill to provide a voice for citizens affected by decisions related to the Alyeska pipeline terminal and associated tankers. 

The Council’s Work

Council News

After 25 years of work on invasive species, Council studies remain innovative

After 25 years of work on invasive species, Council studies remain innovative
Twenty-five years ago this year, the Council released its first study on the threat of marine invasive species to Prince ...
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Volunteer cultivates resilience and seaweed in Prince William Sound

Volunteer cultivates resilience and seaweed in Prince William Sound
Volunteer Spotlight: Skye Steritz Skye Steritz’ passion for a clean environment started at an early age, during a childhood spent ...
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Council supports Alyeska’s appeal to EPA

Council supports Alyeska’s appeal to EPA
In late 2020, Alyeska Pipeline Service Company appealed a July 2020 Environmental Protection Agency air quality rule that would regulate ...
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Changes proposed to Alaska’s regulations on oil spill prevention and response

Photo of Representatives from the Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation and SERVS observing an oil spill exercise in Prince William Sound.
The Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation recently proposed changes to the regulations that govern how oil spills are prevented and ...
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