The Division’s Environmental Cleanup Program staff work with facility owners and other interested stakeholders to manage environmental site investigations, cleanups and long-term environmental management of properties impacted by historic or current hazardous waste operations. The program is intended to streamline the cleanup process by focusing on reducing risks posed by the contamination at the site in order to provide protection of human health and the environment within the State of Utah.
Start an application for voluntary oversight of your cleanup project.
A summary of active site investigations, corrective actions and cleanup activities.
Details on project-specific contaminants, impacted media, scopes of work, timeframes and other items.
Sites with Long-term Institutional Controls with Activity and/or Land Use Restrictions.
Rules & Regulations for the RCRA Hazardous Waste Program
To assist participants involved in environmental investigations, cleanups and revitalization efforts for hazardous waste sites, the Environmental Cleanup Program offers some resources listed below.
These examples are provided as a courtesy to assist in complying with the Divisions cleanup rule – Utah Admin. Code R315-101, by facilitating the submittal of more complete documents for the Division’s review and approval.
Work Plan Examples
- Corrective or Remedial Action Plans
An outline to help guide development of proposals and reports associated with the remediation and cleanup phases of work at a site.
- Site Management Plan
A checklist of important components to include in Site Management Plan proposals or reports.
- Site Investigation Work Plans
For submitting a proposal to investigate a site to define the nature and extent of the contamination.
Report Outlines & Conceptual Models
- Site Investigation Reports
An outline for submitting a comprehensive report of findings from the site investigation process for the Division’s review.
- Corrective Action Completion Report
An outline for submitting a comprehensive report of results following correction actions taken at the site for the Division’s review
- Conceptual Site Sampling Plan
To help develop a sampling and analysis work plan for conducting a site investigation.
Templates & Guidance
- Comfort Letter Request Form
For prospective purchasers of environmentally impacted land. A $500 processing fee is required at the same time as submitting this request form.
- Environmental Covenants
An outline of important components to consider when leaving contamination at the site and the associated long-term stewardship that comes with that decision.
- Contained-In/Contained-Out Determination
See if your site qualifies for this determination which may reduce your contaminated soil disposal costs.
- Position Paper on the use of the Johnson and Ettinger Model
This Position Paper outlines the concerns discussed with the J&E Model Spreadsheet Tool and provides guidance on applicability and use of the Tool at sites in Utah.
For more information about Environmental Cleanups, please contact Paige Walton (email@example.com) (385) 515-0086