| CT DEEP Website
|CT DEEP - HOME Page
|DEEP Employees Phone/E-mail Directory
|Ecological Risk Assessment
|Environmental Land Use Restrictions (ELURs)
|LEP Program Page
|LEP Verification Audit Program
|Potable Water Program
|Property Transfer Program
|Quality Assurance and Quality Control (QA/QC) Guidance
|Remediation / Site Clean-Up - Main Page with further links
|Remediation Roundtable - A Public Forum
|Remediation Standard Regulations (RSRs)
|Significant Environmental Hazards
|Site Characterization Guidance Document (SCGD)
|Underground Storage Tanks (USTs)
| CT Other Sites
|Connecticut Environmental Conditions Online (CT ECO)
CT ECO includes a variety of online maps and tools for viewing Connecticut’s environmental and natural resources such as protected open space, farmland soils, wetland soils, aquifer protection areas, water quality classifications, and drainage basins.
|Connecticut Office of Brownfield Remediation and Development
|CT Department of Public Health (DPH) - Environmental Laboratory Certification
|Connecticut General Assembly (CGA) Home
|Connecticut General Assembly - Environment Committee
|Mills: Making Places of Connecticut
Provides access, in a single on-line space, to historical data about industrial buildings in Connecticut and practical information such as assessor links and links to tax/financial incentives, including DECD and Brownfields.
|UConn - Dept. of Natural Resources Management and the Environment
| US EPA Sites
|EPA Region I (EPA New England) - HOME
|Brownfields in New England
EPA's Brownfields Program provides funds and technical assistance to states, communities, and other stakeholders in economic redevelopment to work together to prevent, assess, safely clean up, and sustainably reuse brownfields.
|Envirofacts Data Warehouse
A single point of access to select U.S. EPA environmental data.
|Ground Water Technical Support Center (GWTSC)
GWTSC links research and critical real-world problems. It provides a testing ground for research and allows scientists to focus on high-priority problems. GWTSC consists of a broad base of scientists and engineers, with support from contractors and specialized consultants in order to provide an interdisciplinary support team. GWTSC works with other EPA support centers as part of EPA's Technical Support Project.
|Handbook of Groundwater Protection and Cleanup Policies for RCRA Corrective Action...
(pdf file 452 kb)This Handbook is designed to help understand EPA policies on protecting and cleaning up groundwater at Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) corrective action facilities.
|Hazardous Waste Clean-Up Information (CLU-IN)
The Hazardous Waste Clean-Up Information (CLU-IN) Web Site provides information about innovative treatment and site characterization technologies to the hazardous waste remediation community.
|Integrated Risk Information System (IRIS)
The Integrated Risk Information System (IRIS) is a human health assessment program that evaluates quantitative and qualitative risk information on effects that may result from exposure to environmental contaminants.
|Laws and Regulations
|National Environmental Publications Information System
The National Environmental Publications Information System began in 1997, to offer one stop shopping for over 9,000 full text, on line EPA documents.
|Superfund Home Page
| USGS Sites
|USGS Connecticut Water Science Center
|USGS Water Resources
The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) collects information needed to understand the Nation's water resources, and provides access to water data, publications, and maps, as well as to recent water projects and events.
| Associations - New England and National
|CT Environmental Forum (CEF)
The Connecticut Environmental Forum (CEF) is an organization which provides a forum for environmental professionals to share and exchange information and experiences on environmental matters.
|Connecticut Society for Women Environmental Professionals (SWEP)
SWEP is a national non-profit professional association of individuals involved or interested in environmental law, science, business and policy. Our members are attorneys, consultants, regulators, in-house environmental personnel and academics.
|Geological Society of Connecticut
|Geological Society of New Hampshire
We are a group of geologists, professional geologists and people interested in geology. Our purpose is to advance the science of geology and the geologic sciences as a profession in New Hampshire.
|MA Geological Association
|MA LSP Association [LSPA]
The LSP Association (LSPA), founded in 1993, is a professional association of 850 members, about half of whom are Licensed Site Professionals (LSPs).
|National Ground Water Assocation (NGWA)
The mission of NGWA is to enhance the skills and credibility of all ground water professionals, develop and exchange industry knowledge and promote the ground water industry and understanding of ground water resources.
|New Jersey Licensed Site Remediation Professionals Association (LSRPA)
The LSRPA is a non-profit professional membership organization established to provide information, education and technical resources to LSRPs, other professionals involved in environmental remediation in the State of New Jersey and students pursuing an education in a discipline related to environmental remediation.
|Rhode Island Society of Environmental Professionals (RISEP)
RISEP is a nonprofit corporation formed in 1989 to encourage and facilitate the development and support of the environmental services industry in Rhode Island. RISEP provides a collective voice for the environmental community in the identification of key regulatory issues and reforms that are important to industry and commerce. RISEP provides a coordinated level of technical expertise to the regulatory and legislative community for expert reviews and guidance.