ctbrownfields: Remediation Program Options

Remediation Program Options

Property Transfer Program
The Property Transfer Program, administered by the Remediation Division of the Bureau of Water Protection and Land Reuse requires the disclosure of environmental conditions when certain real properties and/or businesses ("establishments") are transferred. When an establishment is transferred, a Property Transfer Forms must be executed, and a copy of the form must be filed with the Department. When transferring an establishment where there has been a release of a hazardous waste or a hazardous substance, the party signing the Property Transfer Form certification agrees to investigate the parcel and remediate pollution caused by any release of a hazardous waste or hazardous substance from the establishment.

Voluntary Remediation Program-CGS 22a-133y
The voluntary remediation program is overseen by the Remediation Division of the Bureau of Water Protection and Land Reuse, Department of Energy and Environmental Protection.  Participation in the voluntary remediation program is not a regulatory requirement. It is an elective process for those property owners who wish to expedite the remediation of polluted property.

This program can be utilized for property where the groundwater is classified as GB or GC and such property is not subject to any order, consent order or stipulated judgment issued by the DEEP Commissioner.

Voluntary Remediation Program - CGS 22a-133x
The voluntary remediation program is overseen by the Remediation Division of the Bureau of Water Protection and Land Reuse, Department of Energy and Environmental Protection.   Participation in the voluntary remediation program is not a regulatory requirement. It is an elective process for those property owners who wish to expedite the remediation of polluted property, thus enabling them the advantage of a remediated site should they ever decide to sell the property.

This program can be utilized by owners of sites which are (1) owned by a municipality, or (2) defined as establishments pursuant to section 22a-134 of the CGS or (3) on the inventory of hazardous waste disposal sites maintained pursuant to section 22a-133c of the CGS, or (4) located in a GA or GAA groundwater area.

Licensed Environmental Professional Program
Section 22a-133v of the Connecticut General Statutes (CGS) established a licensing program for environmental professionals with the intent of facilitating the remediation of contaminated sites in connecticut.





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