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Files are available for download by district. The common field in each file is the facility identification number. Discharge information and task information must be linked by facility identification numbers and by discharge identification numbers.

Many of the available files are quite large. It is recommended that you download the file(s) to your hard drive before opening the file(s).

  1. In Internet Explorer, place your cursor over the name of the file you want to download. Right click on your mouse. A window will pop up. Select "Save Target As". You will be given the option to save the file to a folder on your personal system. Select a folder and click save. Now the file is available directly from your system.
  2. In Netscape Navigator, place your cursor over the name of the file you want to download. Right click on your mouse. A window will pop up. Select "Open in New Window". You will be given the option to save the file to disk on your personal system. Select it and click ok. Select a folder and click save. Now the file is available directly from your system.
  • Contaminated Facilities List [9.9 MB, September 12, 2014]
    The Contaminated Facilities report provides the Facility ID, Facility Type, Score, Rank, Operator Information, Owner Information, as well as Latitude and Longitude Information, for facilities that currently have contamination. This report does not include discharges that are not required for 62-770 or discharges that have already been cleaned up.
  • Contaminated Media [11 MB, September 12, 2014]
    The Contaminated Media report provides the discharge date, combined discharge information, discharge cleanup status, site manager information, score, and contaminated media information for all facilities that have ever had contamination. This report includes discharges that are not required for 62-770 and includes discharges that have already been cleaned up.
  • Discharge Cleanup Summary [10.2 MB, September 12, 2014]
    The Discharge Cleanup Summary report provides the discharge date, combined discharge information, and the discharge cleanup status for all discharges that have ever had contamination. This report includes discharges that are not required for 62-770 and includes discharges that have already been cleaned up.
  • Historical Contaminated Facilities List [22.6 MB, September 12, 2014]
    The Contaminated Facilities report provides the Facility ID, Facility Type, Score, Rank, Operator Information, Owner Information, as well as Latitude and Longitude Information, for all facilities that have ever had contamination. This report includes discharges that are not required for 62-770 as well as discharges that have already been cleaned up.
  • Historical Owner Information (by County) [September 12, 2014]
    The Historical Owner Information Report provides Current and historical facility and responsible party contact information, facility location (latitude/longitude and section/township/range), facility rank, and score for all facilities.
  • Petroleum Cleanup PCT Facility Score Report [7 MB, September 12, 2014]
    The PCT Facility Score Report provides Facility ID, Highest Current Score, Facility Name, Facility Status, Facility Type, Facility Location, Current Facility Contact Information, Current Primary Responsible Party Contact Information for facilities that currently have at least one discharge in Active Cleanup or Awaiting Cleanup.
  • Petroleum Cleanup Program Eligibility [8.7 MB, September 12, 2014]
    The Program Eligibility report provides the discharge date, combined discharge information, discharge cleanup status, all eligibility status information, site manager information, score, and rank information for all discharges that have ever had contamination. This report includes discharges that are not required for 62-770 and includes discharges that have already been cleaned up.
    Note: Providing all eligibility status information may produce multiple records per discharge.
  • Petroleum Cleanup Funding Cap Encumbrance To Date Report [4.8 MB, September 12, 2014]
    Please be aware that there are two worksheets in this document, Cap_To_Date and Facility_Eligibilities.
    This report is offered as a TOOL to assist in determining the total amounts encumbered from the Inland Protection Trust Fund for FDEP registered facilities with one or more eligible discharges. This report is based solely on data available in several current and former Petroleum Cleanup Program databases as of the date last updated. These databases include: Reimbursement First Come - First Served (FCFS); State Cleanup Super Act Site Management (SPASM & LPSPASM); Cleanup Utility Bill Tracking (data available starting in FY 99-00); NPDES Permit Fee Tracking (data available starting in FY 95-96); and Storage Tank and Petroleum Contamination/Cleanup Monitoring (STCM) for Preapproval Work Orders, Task Assignments & Change Orders.
        Note, these data have NOT been 100% verified, MAY contain errors and omissions and should NOT be used for official purposes without a complete file review and database reconciliation.
       Note, these data exclude costs encumbered in association with the Limited Source Removal Initiative in Conjunction with an Early Underground Storage Tank Upgrade pursuant to §376.3071(5)(c)2, F.S., which are not counted toward the eligibility funding cap.
       Note, that the total encumbrance amounts are at the facility level only and not associated with a particular discharge. While many of the facilities have co-mingled contamination addressed concurrently in the same area for which combining multiple funding caps is appropriate, there are also a number of sites where the appropriate allocation of costs among multiple discharges can only be determined after a detailed file review.
  • Task Information [31.6 MB, September 12, 2014]
    The Task Information report provides the discharge date, combined discharge information, discharge cleanup status, site manager information, score, and SR, SA, RAP, and RA task information for all discharges that have ever had contamination. This report includes discharges that are not required for 62-770 and includes discharges that have already been cleaned up.
  • Work Order Statistics [40 KB, September 12, 2014]  
    The Work Order Statistics report displays contractor name, contractor ID, cumulative totals of work orders, work order amount, average work order amount, and total work orders in number, work orders total amount, average work order amount by fiscal year (tabs on bottom).
  • Contractors Assigned to Work Orders [1.2 MB, September 12, 2014]
    The Contractors Assigned to Work Orders report lists Facilities with at least one discharge that requires cleanup per the 62-770 rule where cleanup is not yet complete. The report lists the Contractor who is assigned to perform cleanup activities at the Facility on the most recently issued Pre-approval Work Order or Task Assignment.

Last updated: September 16, 2014

 

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