DEEP: Comprehensive Evaluation and Transformation of Connecticut’s Cleanup Laws

Comprehensive Evaluation and Transformation of Connecticut’s Cleanup Laws

An Opportunity to Further Connecticut’s Environmental
and Economic Agenda
 
 
{Former Carpenter Technologies steel mill - now the home of Derecktor Shipyards}   {Former Carpenter Technologies steel mill - now the home of Derecktor Shipyards}
 
 
Message to Stakeholders 
 
The Department would like to thank all of the stakeholders who are participating in the process of transforming the State's cleanup laws and regulations with the goal of achieving more cleanups more efficiently and effectively. 
 
As you are aware, the Department released a Draft Proposal for a Transformed Cleanup Program on February 7, 2013.  In addition, the Department continues to release discussion drafts on the remediation regulations.  These documents and any new information can be found on the Stakeholder Input and Public Participation page.  The Department greatly appreciates the efforts and time spent by all stakeholders on this complex topic. 
 
The Department encourages public feedback on any documents that have been released or on the transformation efforts in general.  Please
 submit your feedback via e-mail. Your input will be valuable in shaping this transformation.
 
Make Your Voice Heard and Stay Involved 
 
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Content Last Updated January 13, 2014

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