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Administrative Guidance

Guidance Documents 

Site Access

Site access forms are for use with state funded cleanup activities only:

 A view of the shoreline of Apalachicola Bay Aquatic Preserve Shoreline

Guide for Contractors Obtaining Access to Property

On-site Access (Source)
Off-site Access (Non-Source)

UIC Wells

The Petroleum Restoration Program published a memorandum concerning an exemption from well permitting by the water management districts for injection wells that are under the regulatory purview of the Underground Injection Control (UIC) Program. It has subsequently been determined that in situ sparging wells are also considered to be UIC wells and therefore qualify for the exemption from water management district permitting. It is necessary to report the proposed installation of in situ sparging wells to the UIC section in a similar manner as other UIC wells that will be used for aquifer remediation are reported.

Below is the revised memorandum describing the category of wells that qualify for the exemption from WMD permitting. At the time of approval of a Remedial Action Plan (RAP), the memo must be completed by a DEP staff person and forwarded to the UIC section along with a copy of the RAP Approval Order.

Update [11/27/12]: A table is also provided below to clarify the circumstances when approval to install a UIC well requires a Department Order to be issued and when the UIC notification memo needs to be prepared.

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August 15, 2023 - 11:33am

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