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G. Bret LeRoux P.G., Manager
are areas where
the expansion, redevelopment, or reuse may be complicated by actual or
perceived environmental contamination. There are state and federal
incentives for redeveloping brownfields.
Central District Brownfields
This mapping program will let you view
sites currently under DEP's cleanup over site. Enter an address, a city
or a zip code, to locate sites. CLM identifies sites by name, address,
facility identification number, and cleanup status - active or pending.
Note: All sites in CLM are suspected or
perceived to be contaminated, further investigation may show that some
sites are not contaminated. Sites that are closed or are no longer under
DEP's cleanup oversight will not appear in CLM.
OCULUS is a web-based electronic document
management system used by Waste Management. Many documents associated
with the waste management sites may be viewed in OCULUS. Documents in
OCULUS are available to the public. To access documents in OCULUS, open
OCULUS and use netuser as both the login id and password.
To locate documents in OCULUS, youll
need either the facility identification number or facility/site name to
search for documents in OCULUS. Different programs have separate
facility identification numbers and may use different site names. There
may be documents pertaining to a site in more than one program.
All documents associated with waste
management sites are not currently available in electronic format.
These are the approximate dates when programs began using OCULUS.
Hazardous Waste - June 2006
Solid Waste - March 2007
Storage Tanks - January 2006
Waste Cleanup - October 2007
For more information on how to search for
documents, please read the OCULUS
The ICR provides a mechanism for the
public and local governments to monitor the department's short-term and
long-term protection of human health and the environment in relation to
contaminated sites. It is a database containing all contaminated
sites that are subject to institutional and engineering controls.
"Institutional controls" means the
restriction on use of or access to a site to eliminate or minimize
exposure to contaminants. Such restrictions may include, but are not
limited to, deed restrictions, restrictive covenants, or
conservation easements; and
"Engineering controls" means
modifications to a site to reduce or eliminate the potential for
exposure to contaminants. Such modifications may include, but are
not limited to, physical or hydraulic control measures, capping,
point of use treatments, or slurry walls.
Map Direct is
sometimes called the Consolidated Application, nicknamed "CA". Map
Direct provides access to a large number of FDEP data layers and imagery
layers, provides buffer analysis capabilities, provides "drill-down"
reporting capabilities, and provides general data browsing.
To better protect public health, DEP is expanding its public
notification process to advise property owners if pollution has been
found on their property or in their neighborhood. You may have received
a letter from DEP about pollutants discovered in the ground water or
soil at your property or properties in your area.
Central District Office
Waste Cleanup Program
3319 Maguire Blvd, Suite 232
Orlando, Florida 32803-3767
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