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Find out about contaminated and previously contaminated sites, as well as what we do to protect our environment.
Find locations and details about oil and hazardous material disposal sites in Massachusetts.
Provides access to a library of documents related to cleaning up hazardous waste sites.
MassDEP prepares for oil spills by placing equipment trailers in local communities. We train local officials to use the equipment and protect sensitive areas.
Responds to releases and threats of release of oil and hazardous materials to the environment on a 24/7 basis to protect public health, safety and the environment.
MassDEP helps advance clean and efficient sources of energy at contaminated properties through assessment, remediation and redevelopment.
The excavation, transport and re-use (or disposal) of soil can be complicated, particularly if there is oil or hazardous material discovered in the dirt.
Upcoming training courses and links to past training material provided by MassDEP' Waste Site Cleanup Program.
Provides input to the Department of Environmental Protection on waste site cleanup regulations, policies and programs.
The Secretary of Energy and Environmental Affairs is Trustee for the state's natural resources. MassDEP's Natural Resource Damages Program develops claims and manages restoration projects.
The Brownfield Program helps with the reuse of abandoned or under-used land. These properties are often polluted. The cleanup and reuse of the properties improves public health, the environment and the economy.
MassDEP team of chemists, biologists, engineers, and environmental scientists provide 24/7 technical support at chemical and oil spill incidents.
Meeting information for Site Cleanup Licensed Site Professionals (LSPs)