DEEP: Remediation / Site Clean Up
Remediation / Site Clean Up
 Brownfield Contacts
 Brownfield Sites in Connecticut
 Brownfield Tax Incremental Financing (TIF)
 Brownfields Inventory
 Brownfields Success Stories
 Class I and Large-Scale Hydropower Procurement
 Combined Heat and Power (CHP)
 Connecticut Property Assessed Clean Energy (C-PACE)
 EPA Brownfields Grants
 Funding Sources
 Low and Zero Emissions Renewable Energy Credits (LREC/ZREC)
  Low and Zero Emissions Renewable Energy Credits (LREC/ZREC) for siting clean energy on Brownfields
 Net and Virtual Net Metering
 Prepared Municipal Workbook Main
 Prepared Workbook Assess Reuse Risk
 Prepared Workbook Contacts
 Prepared Workbook Due Diligence
 Prepared Workbook Establish Goals
 Prepared Workbook Manage Reuse Risk
 Prepared Workbook Project Summary
 Prepared Workbook Property Reuse Assessment
 Prepared Workbook Resources
 Prepared Workbook Screen Property Recovery Actions
 Prepared Workbook Stakeholder Engagement
 Prepared Workbook Worksheets
 Siting Clean Energy on Brownfields
 State Brownfield Remediation Programs
 Targeted Brownfield Development Loan Program
  Targeted Brownfield Development Loan Program for siting clean energy on Brownfields

Eco Risk
 Ecological Risk Assessment Guidance

Fed Superfund
 Federal Superfund Program
 Federal Superfund Sites in Connecticut
 Superfund Information

General Info
 Covenant Not to Sue Fact Sheet
 Current Projects
 Frequently Asked Questions Regarding Site Clean-Up
 In Situ Chemical Oxidation - Draft GP
  This preliminary draft general permit is being made available to solicit the regulated community’s input on whether the permit, as structured, will meet the community’s need for a flexible but easily implementable mechanism to authorize in situ chemical oxidation to remediate polluted groundwater and soil, replacing the current reliance on Temporary Authorizations.
 In Situ Remediation
  DEP has developed a general permit for in situ aerobic biodegradation of organic pollutants.
 Legislative Summaries
  Summarizes legislation regarding programs administered by the Remediation Division.
 List of Permits for Remediation
  This page presents a list of permits that may be required when remediating a site.
 Remediation / Site Clean-Up
 Remediation Roundtable
  An open forum for the exchange of ideas and information about site cleanup in Connecticut.
 Remediation Roundtable Agenda
  Agenda,schedule, and presentations of the Remediation Roundtable.
 Site Clean-up Info for General Public/Homeowners
 Site Clean-up Information for Business and Industry, Municipalities, and Environmental Professionals

Guidance Policy
 Analytical Methods for Petroleum Releases
 CERCLIS "Comfort Letter" and Archive Policy
 Emerging Contaminants
 Engineered Controls Guidance Document
  The Engineered Controls Guidance Document contains the requirements for an Engineered Control (EC) request.
 Final SCGD
  The Final Site Characterization Guidance Document describes DEP's expectations for the standard of care to be exercised by environmental professionals responsible for designing, conducting, and documenting site investigations.
 General Guidance on Development of Former Agricultural Properties
 General Permit for In Situ Groundwater Remediation: Enhanced Aerobic Biodegradation
  This general permit authorizes the introduction of oxygen releasing substances and other oxygenating materials into the State’s soil and groundwater to enhance aerobic biodegradation of pollution present in the soil and groundwater.
 Green Remediation
 Guidance for Utility Company Excavation
 List of Forms for Remediation
  Provides the user with a list of forms that are applicable to Remediation Division programs.
 List of Guidance Documents for Remediation
  The page contains a list of guidance documents to be used in Remediation Division programs.
 Policy on Upgradient Contamination
 Quality Assurance and Quality Control (QA/QC) Guidance
 Site Characterization
  Information on how to perform a complete site characterization.
 Soil Preservation Guidance for VOCs
  The DEP expects that all soil samples collected in, or for use in, Connecticut for the purpose of laboratory analysis for VOCs on or after March 1, 2006, the effective date of this guidance, be collected and preserved in accordance with the procedures described in this guidance document. This guidance document was prepared by CT DEP with assistance from the DPH and EPOC.
 Trichloroethylene (TCE) Developmental Risks
  discussion of developmental risks posed by trichloroethylene (TCE)
 Verification Report Guidance
 Well Receptor Guidance
  Guidance provided to Certifying Parties, responsible parties, property owners, and/or environmental professionals about the circumstances under which a water supply well receptor survey is warranted, where such a survey is necessary, and how to conduct such a survey.

 Requirement to Report Certain Environmental Hazards
 Significant Environmental Hazards Reported to the DEP

 LEP Applications and Forms
 LEP Verification Audit Program
 LEP Verification Audit Program Fact Sheet
 LEP Verifications
 Licensed Environmental Professional (LEP) Progam
 Licensed Environmental Professional Program Fact Sheet

Overview and Districts
 Remediation District Supervisors
 Remediation Districts
 Remediation Division Contacts

Potable Water
 GAC Filter System for Private Wells
 Potable Water Program

Property Transfer
 Property Transfer Program
 Property Transfer Program Fact Sheet
 Schedule Extension Information
  Guidance for requesting a schedule extension under the Property Transfer Program.

RCRA Corrective Action
 RCRA Corrective Action

Remediation Regs
 1996 RSR Criteria Derivation
  Description of the derivation of the 1996 Remediation Standard Regulations criteria.
 Remediation Standard Regulation
 Remediation Standard Regulations - Fact Sheet
 Requesting APS and Alternative Criteria
 RSR Revision Concepts - Risk-Based Decision Making
  Presents concepts for risk-based revisions of the Remediation Standard Regulations as part of the overall Transformation of CT's Remediation Programs.
 RSR Revision Concepts - Wave 2
  This page presents concepts for future revisions of the Remediation Standard Regulations as part of the overall Transformation of CT's Remediation Programs.
 Technical Impracticability
  A Technical Impracticability (TI) Variance is a remedial option provided under Section 22a-133k-3(e)(2) of the Connecticut Remediation Standard Regulations (RSRs).
 Volatilization 2003
  Additional information regarding the volatilization of contaminants.

 List of Contaminated or Potentially Contaminated Sites in Connecticut

State Superfund
 State of Connecticut Superfund Program

 Voluntary Remediation Program CGS 22a-133x Fact Sheet
 Voluntary Remediation Program CGS 22a-133y Fact Sheet
 Voluntary Remediation Programs