State and Private Cleanup Program
: Bill Janes
The State and Private Cleanup Program of the Contaminated Sites Program is tasked with protecting human health and the environment from legacy contamination due to historical releases of petroleum and hazardous substances at all non-federally controlled sites.
The State and Private Cleanup Program oversees the characterization and cleanup of all sites owned by private and non-profit entities, local governments and state agencies.
Key program responsibilities and activities also include:
Administering funding and contracts for the cleanup of
sites with no viable responsible party.
Administering funding and contracts for the cleanup of state-owned facilities.
Managing cleanups of regulated leaking underground storage tanks.
Managing cleanups of home heating oil tank releases.
Managing institutional controls on closed sites.
Facilitating property transfer and redevelopment through site assessment and cleanup.
Conducting cost recovery of all state oversight costs expended from the Oil and Hazardous Substance Release Prevention and Response Fund.
Developing regulations and policy governing contaminated sites.
Cleanup at the former Eight-Fathom Bight Maintenance Facility near Hoonah.
The program is organized into four field operations units:
Southeast Field Operations (907) 465-5390
Fairbanks Field Operations (907) 451-2143
Anchorage Field Operations (907) 269-7558
Kenai/Soldotna Field Operations (907) 262-5210
DEC overseeing cleanup and closure of the former Alaska-Juneau Mine.
Contaminated Site cleanup regulations are found at 18 AAC 75.