The Petroleum Restoration Program encompasses the technical oversight, management, and administrative activities necessary to
prioritize, assess, and cleanup sites contaminated by discharges of petroleum and petroleum products from stationary petroleum
storage systems. These sites include those determined eligible for state funded cleanup using qualified contractors selected
through competitive procurement or selected by the property owner or responsible party and state lead contractors under direct
contract with the Department, as well as non-program or voluntary cleanup sites that are funded by responsible parties.
Petroleum Cleanup Program Monthly Dashboard
The Petroleum Restoration Program Monthly Dashboard Update is a tool used by our program to define metrics and set goals on restoration of contaminated discharges at petroleum facilities to provide the best value for the taxpayer. These reports contain high level summary information rather than detailed transactions to communicate the state of the business.
We have incorporated valuable information associated with two pillars of the Program: the encumbrance activity and the current eligible discharges status. The encumbrance section outlines monthly projections and the actual results. The current eligible discharge status depicts aggregate information regarding count of discharges broken down in three categories: rehabilitated, undergoing rehabilitation, and awaiting rehabilitation. The dashboard groups eligible discharge status by score to ensure that Program resources are aligned with the Department goals.
The Department of Environment Protection has a requirement that all vendors doing business
with the Petroleum cleanup Program be registered through MyFloridaMarketPlace. If you have not taken this step, please proceed to the
following web site: Department of Management Services MyFloridaMarketPlace page
Commonly Requested Reports [Excel] Updated
October 6, 2016
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October 24, 2016
Petroleum Restoration Program #850-245-8839 MS #4575