Drycleaners, former drycleaners or dry-cleaning site property owners (current or past owners), wholesale dry-cleaning distribution companies may petition for entry into this program. Once in the program, petitioners are subject to co-payments. The program will manage the assessment and cleanup work.
Petitioner Questionnaire - This form is intended to gather the minimum information necessary for the DSCA Program to prepare a complete petition package. Upon receipt and review of the information provided in this form, the DSCA Program will mail a complete petition package.
Petitioners that are property owners are required to notify the Program BEFORE the property is sold. The Petitioner is to fill out the Transfer of Property Ownership Form and mail it to the site's Project Manager.
Annual Certification of Land-Use Restrictions Form
On or by January 31st of each calendar year, owners of property where DSCA land-use restrictions are recorded are required to submit an annual certification form.
Sites determined by the DSCA Program to be ineligible PDF EXCEL
Sites are ineligible because the site is not the source of contamination; contamination not dry-cleaning related; not contaminated above regulatory levels.
Petitioned - The DSCA Program is in the process of reviewing an application to certify the site.
Certified - The DSCA Program has entered into an agreement with a petitioner and is in the process of assigning a state-hired, independent environmental contractor to conduct a prioritization assessment.
Assessment - The DSCA Program's independent environmental contractor is currently determining the extent of soil and groundwater contamination at the site.
Monitoring - The DSCA Program's independent environmental contractor is currently monitoring the levels of contaminants in the groundwater.
Remediation - The DSCA Program's independent environmental contractor is currently performing cleanup at the site.
Interim Action - Site conditions are favorable for source removal or conducting a pilot study for remediation.
Emergency - The DSCA Program has determined there is an immediate need for corrective action to abate a potential hazard to human health or the environment.
On Hold - Please contact the site’s project manager for more details.
Closure - The extent of contamination has been defined and is considered stable. The DSCA Program is in the process of developing and implementing a risk management plan to protect human health and the environment from remaining contamination.
NFA - No Further Action Required.