April 24,  2017 Lima, Peru:   E-Tech International staff Diana Papoulias, Ricardo Segovia, Ann Maest and her daughter Emma Cooney (second row right) join our Loreto, Peru Amazon basin indigenous Apu clients (front) listening to the Environmental Fund of Peru (FONAM) announce bidding for companies to develop plans to characterize and remediate the first 32 oil production contaminated sites in the region This is the first public action to cleanup under an indigenous federation-government 2015 treaty that E-Tech helped negotiate and now implement.  The group had just returned from indigenous monitor training and oil pollution monitoring in the Pastaza river basin, one of the 4 contaminated river basin zones.     For newspaper article this photo was in see:  http://larepublica.pe/politica/868944-fonam-anuncia-el-inicio-de-la-descontaminacion-de-32-lugares-en-loreto

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