Information about Waste Site Cleanup meetings, projects, new documents, and training opportunities arranged by date.
This page asks and answers questions about the progress of cleanups since 1993.
Links to information about environmental impacts and emergency response techniques for handling a range of spill scenarios.
This series of explanations, guidelines, recommendations, and tips are provided to help you through the process of preventing and cleaning up spills on your property.
The Waste Site Cleanup Program Advisory Committee provides input to MassDEP on site cleanup regulations, policies and programs. In addition, the Committee serves as a forum for keeping interested organizations and individuals up to date on related MassDEP activities. The Committee includes representation by Licensed Site Professionals, consultants, municipal officials, attorneys, real estate developers, small businesses, petroleum interests, academia, public health and environmental advocates, and water utilities. This group strives to meet monthly regularly and meetings are streamed live. Videos of past meetings and additional information are available.
Those private parties who are financially responsible under Massachusetts law for assessing and cleaning up confirmed and suspected hazardous waste sites must retain a licensed Hazardous Waste Site Cleanup Professional to oversee the assessment and cleanup work.
Use this form to gather specific information about LSP status and discipline.
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