Start at the top of the panel on your left titled CONTENTS. Each line in the Contents
panel represents a page of the web site and has a theme revolving around the page title.
The date at the top of the Contents panel indicates the last time something was changed on
the site. The changed page will be marked with the word NEW. The pages are listed in an
order that is best followed from top to bottom. Or you can jump around and click on any
that look of interest.
If you have something specific in mind, click on the SEARCH TRW SITE at the top of the
contents page. A search window will open. Enter any key words or short phrase and start
the search. All pages & non PDF file documents that contain the search words will
list. This site contains over 300 million bite's of information. The search feature can
save you a lot of time when researching issues. When entering phrases, use as few words a
possible, if you enter to many, the system may not find a match for the exact phrase as
you typed it. If not successful the 1st time, remove a word and try
You are now viewing the SITE MAP page. A basic overview of TRW and the
issues can be found on the HOME page. The most recent news is published on the NEWS
CURRENT page. Older items from the News Current page are periodically moved to
the NEWS ARCHIVE page. Contact information is listed in the ABOUT TRW page.
The CITIZEN FORUM page contains comments from local citizens who wish to remain anonomous.
The EDITORIAL page contains comments from citizens who have no problem wiht their
names being published. See the ABOUT TRW page for instructions on how to publish
your thoughts. The NEWSPAPER ARTICLE page contains many relevant articles
pertaining to the issues. The DOCUMENTS & LINKS page contains many of the documents
cited elsewhere in the site. A GLOSSARY page is located at the end. Listen to
Dr. Linda Birnbaum of the EPA discuss Dioxin and the risks associated with human exposure
on the EPA page.
Once a page is open, you can select the Next or Back buttons located at the top and
bottom of the page to move from page to page. If you open a document in the main window
which does not provide Back/Next buttons, just click on the title in the Contents panel to
return where you left off. The vertical bar scroll bar to the right of the Contents
panel can be dragged & dropped to the left or right to increase or decrease the size
of the main window.
Many of the documents on the site are "pdf" files. To read a pdf file you
will need Adobe Acrobat Reader installed on your PC. Some of these files are very large
and can take a long time to load if you are using a 56k modem. Most are worth the wait as
they are the original document as published by various Federal and State agencies.
If you need to download the free Adobe Acobat Reader program, click here
The site makes extensive use of hyperlinks. If you see a phrase or word underlined,
just click on it to see related or expanded information on that topic. As you run
into unfamiliar abbreviations or words, check out the Glossary on the last page of the