Hazardous waste financial responsibility requirements exist to ensure that certain hazardous waste facilities
and transporters have the financial resources available to provide for closure, postclosure and corrective action requirements and/or
pay for bodily injury or property damage that might result from accidents, spills or other unexpected events, known as liabilities.
These closure, postclosure, corrective action and liability requirements are called financial assurance. Regulations specify how
much financial assurance is required and the financial mechanisms that can be used to ensure that funds are available in the event
that they are needed.
For specific information about Hazardous Waste Financial Responsibility
etc.), please choose from the links on the right under "Highlights".
Current Year Inflation Factors:
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Edgar.Echevarria@dep.state.fl.us (850) 245-8793 Disponible para ayuda en español. Disponible para ayuda en español. Disponible para ayuda en español. (Hazardous Waste; most Used Oil facilities; Storage Tanks)
Tor.Bejnar@dep.state.fl.us (850) 245-8743 (Solid Waste - South, Southeast and Southwest DEP District facilities)
Susan.F.Eldredge@dep.state.fl.us (850) 245-8740 (Solid Waste - Northeast, Northwest and Central DEP District facilities)
For information requests or document submittal, please contact:
Financial Assurance Subsection
Florida Department of Environmental Protection
2600 Blairstone Road MS 4548
Tallahassee, Florida 32399-2400