DEEP: Remediation / Site Clean-Up

  Remediation / Site Clean-Up


Contaminated sites can impact the quality of our land, groundwater, surface water and air. The Remediation Division oversees the investigation and remediation of environmental contamination and the redevelopment of contaminated properties. Our goal is to clean up contaminated sites to meet Connecticut’s Remediation Standard Regulations, which ensure that human health and the environment are protected. The Remediation Division staff, along with the help of Licensed Environmental Professionals (LEPs), oversee the cleanup of hundreds of contaminated sites across Connecticut in the context of the following programs: 

Brownfields and Urban Sites
Property Transfer Program
Voluntary Remediation Program
State Superfund Program
Federal Superfund Program
RCRA Closure and Corrective Action
Underground Storage Tank Clean-up Program
Significant Environmental Hazard Program
Potable Water Program

What's New?
January 28 - Draft Discussion Document on Notice of Activity and Use Limitation Regulations has been posted. 
Comment period ends March 11, 2015.
November 12 - Comment Response Documents posted for Alternative GWPC and MNA Draft Discussion Documents
October 4 - Public comments regarding the Evaluation of Risk-Based Decision Making prepared by CDMSmith.
August 27 -  Residential Home Heating Oil Tanks - New and updated information.
Comprehensive Evaluation and Transformation of Connecticut's cleanup programs - Draft Proposal for a Transformed Cleanup Program. 
The Remediation Roundtable is an open forum for the exchange of ideas and information on the various site cleanup programs in Connecticut.
The Remediation Brochure provides an overview of the cleanup process and Remediation Division programs (full layout PDF / printer-friendly ).

Remediation Division Contacts

Content last updated January 28, 2015.