DEEP is excited to be getting back to our new normal consistent with the direction of Governor Lamont and as a result of the rapidly improving COVID-19 situation in Connecticut. Starting no later than June 1, all customer facing services will resume normal business operations. For detailed information for what this means at DEEP and for the public we serve, visit our "New Normal" website: DEEP New Normal Information

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