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Reorganization

Seven existing DEP programs will now fall under a single unit,

the Division of Land Restoration

Ken Ellison, current director for the Division of Waste Management, will now oversee three offices under the new Division of Land Restoration. The offices include abandoned mine lands and reclamation; environmental remediation and special reclamation. The OER administers multiple cleanup programs including brownfields, leaking underground storage tanks, hazardous waste, landfill closure and assistance, pollution prevention and open dump, and voluntary remediation.

"All of those offices address environmental damages from former industrial and natural resources extraction activities," said Timmermeyer. "Putting them under one division will bring together the DEP professionals that have remediation expertise and bring restoration functions together."

Division of Land Restoration 

Reorganization 
 

Abandoned Mine Lands & Reclamation 

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Reclamation Site 
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Office of Environmental Remediation 

 

Voluntary Remediation 

Voluntary Program 
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Leaking Underground Storage Tanks 

Leaking Tank Program Information 
Find a Leaking Underground Storage Site 
Project Managers and Assigned Counties 
 

Superfund 

Superfund Program Information 
Site List 
 

Licensed Remediation Specialist 

LRS Program Information 
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