The Lincoln County Asbestos Resource Program is a program that was established in 2012 with the mission of reducing exposure to Libby amphibole asbestos that is found within the Libby Asbestos Superfund Site which includes Libby, Troy and surrounding areas.
A key goal is to minimize burden on the community members themselves. The program was developed under the guidance of the City-County Board of Health for Lincoln County and is currently funded through a cooperative agreement/grant from the U.S. EPA
Education • Resources • Initiatives
Our three pillars represent the ARP’s goals and mission. We provide information to educate the public regarding the risks associated with exposure to asbestos and how to reduce those risks. The ARP also participates in public outreach by attending community events with activities and informational booths.
Contact the ARP here with any questions about how we can help you or your organization become asbestos aware!