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Compliance Assistance

The DEEP's policy is to maintain and further enhance environmental protection in Connecticut by using permitting, assistance and enforcement resources in an integrated manner to solve the environmental problems identified as priorities.

To achieve this goal, the Department is committed to using innovative and flexible approaches, especially with smaller businesses. By integrating our traditional enforcement program with regulatory and technical assistance and pollution prevention techniques, the Department anticipates a higher level of environmental protection for the citizens of the State of Connecticut.

Refer to Permit and Environmental Compliance Assistance for more information on compliance assistance opportunities.

Environmental Compliance History Policy  |  Beyond Compliance

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Content Last Revised February 10, 2020