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General Information on Site Clean-up in Connecticut and Remediation Programs

General Public
What's in My Town?
Business & Industry, Municipalities and Environmental Professionals

General Public

Understanding Chemicals & Pollution
What's in My Town?
Business & Industry, Municipalities and Environmental Professionals
Reporting Requirements
Standards
Brownfields
Tools for Environmental Investigation and Remediation
  • Site Characterization – assessing receptors, sampling and analyses, vapor intrusion, demonstrating compliance, and other considerations
  • Guidance - a comprehensive list of all Remediation Division guidance documents
  • Forms - a comprehensive list of all Remediation Division forms
  • Permits - a list of permits applicable to Remediation Division programs
  • Environmental Land Use Restrictions – easement granted to DEEP by the property owner and recorded on municipal records to restrict specific activities at the site
  • Covenant Not to Sue– an agreement between DEEP and a prospective purchaser or owner of a polluted site that DEEP will not institute a claim against a party who has or will clean up that property   
  • Reuse of Polluted Soils - FAQs
Technical Information
For additional information or assistance, please contact staff in the Remediation Division.


Content Last Updated March 6, 2020