The Florida Legislature has established a state-funded program to clean up properties that are contaminated as a result of the operations of a drycleaning facility or wholesale supply facility (Chapter 376, Florida Statutes). The program is administered by the Florida Department of Environmental Protection. The statute was sponsored by the drycleaning industry to address environmental, economic and liability issues resulting from drycleaning solvent contamination. The program provides limited liability protection to the owner, operator and real property owner of drycleaning or wholesale supply facilities for cleanup of drycleaning solvent contamination if the parties meet the eligibility conditions stated in the law.
Notice of Advanced Site Assessment for Drycleaning Solvent Cleanup Program Sites (Updated August 14, 2019)
The Drycleaning Solvent Cleanup Program (DSCP) has provided the below links for information regarding the Advanced Site Assessment process for eligible DSCP sites. These documents may be updated periodically by the DSCP. For additional information, please contact Aaron Cohen at 850-245-8974 or via email at Aaron.Cohen@dep.state.fl.us.
Link to STCM database that allows user to search for drycleaning facilities that have been issued a drycleaning registration certificate within a calendar year. Information includes county, facility identification number, name and address, and issue date.
For more information, contact the Drycleaning Solvent Cleanup Program at: Florida Department of Environmental Protection Mail Station 4520 2600 Blair Stone Road Tallahassee, Florida 32399-2400 850-245-8705
September 4, 2019 - 11:23am
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