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Waste Cleanup Program


  • Waste Site Cleanup Section
    This section is responsible for managing state-funded investigation and cleanup of hazardous waste sites and coordinating with the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) during cleanup of federal Superfund National Priorities List (NPL) sites. The section is also responsible for implementing the Drycleaning Solvent Cleanup Program.
  • Site Investigation Section
    This section investigates reports of known or suspected soil and groundwater contamination statewide, and issues technical reports to support district assessment and cleanup decisions. All Phase 1 and Phase 2 assessment strategies are within the section’s capabilities. In addition, the section manages the State-Owned Lands Cleanup Program.
  • Federal Programs Section
    This section oversees cleanup of Department of Defense and other federal facilities. The section also oversees the Base Closure and Realignment process that closing military bases are required to perform in concert with the state and EPA to determine that transferring property is suitable from a human health and environmental aspect for its designated reuse.
  • CERCLA Site Screening
    This section conducts site screening assessments on sites with confirmed or suspected contamination to document if there was a release of hazardous substances and to evaluate the site for possible inclusion on the NPL.

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