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Operational Memoranda for the Part 201 and Part 213 Programs

Contact: Sara Pearson 517-284-5138 Or Patty Brandt 517-284-5071

This webpage provides links to the Operational Memoranda for the Remediation and Redevelopment Division (RRD).  The operational memoranda cover the following:
  • Part 201 program or 

  • Part 213 program or 

  • BOTH Part 201 and Part 213 programs. 

  

Note that RRD Operational Memo 2 " Sampling and Analysis Guidance  " also covers the Part 211, Underground Storage Tank Program, as far as site assessment sampling and analysis. 

 

 For additional information please contact the RRD district office responsible for your site. 
 

 

 

Remediation Redevelopment Division Operational Memoranda

 
 

Title 

Last Updated 

 

RRD - 1, Part 201Generic Cleanup Criteria/Part 213 Risk Based Cleanup Levels 

12/10/04 

 

The cleanup criteria published under the Operational Memorandum 1 (Attachment 1 and Attachment 2), have been replaced by the Cleanup Criteria published on September 28, 2012.

 

 
 

          Attachment 3:  Technical Support Document - Drinking Water Criteria 

12/10/04 

 

          Attachment 4: Technical Support Document - Groundwater Contact Criteria 

7/06 

 

         Attachment 6:  Technical Support Document - Soil Direct Contact Criteria 

4/05 

 

         Attachment 7:  Technical Support Document - Soil Inhalation Criteria 

7/07 

 

         Attachment 8:  Technical Support Document Csat  

5/07 

 

         Attachment 9:  Technical Support Document - Groundwater Protection Criteria 

3/05 

 

RRD - 2:  Sampling and Analysis Guidance 

10/22/04 

 

         Attachment 1:  Target Detection Limits and Designated Analytical Methods 

10/22/04 

 

         Attachment 2:  Soil Leaching Methods 

10/22/04 

 

         Attachment 3:  Indoor Air Designated Methods and Target Detection Levels 

10/22/04 

 

         Attachment 4:  Sample Preservation, Sample Handling, and Holding Time Specifications 

10/22/04 

 

         Attachment 5:  Collection of Samples for Comparison to Generic Criteria 

10/22/04 

 

         Attachment 6:  Sampling Methods for Volatile Organic Compounds 

10/22/04 

 

         Attachment 7:  Low Level Mercury Sampling Specifications 

10/22/04 

 

RRD - 3:  Part 213 Site Classification has been replaced by Policy/procedure 21

Rescinded

12/13/13 

 

RRD - 4:  Site Characterization and Remediation Verification 

5/2/06 

 

         Attachment 3:  Sediments 

8/2/06 

 

         Attachment 7: Groundwater Modeling Rescinded and replaced with Groundwater Modeling Resource Material

2/03/2014 

 

         Attachment 8:  Monitored Natural Attenuation 

12/2008 

 

         Attachment 9:  In Situ Remedial Discharges 

12/2008 

 

         Attachments 1-2, 4-6, 10-12 (under development) 

 
 

RRD - 5:  Groundwater Surface Water Interface Criteria 

9/30/04 

 

        Attachment 1:  Request to MDEQ for Mixing Zone-based GSI Criterian (pdf or word

9/30/04 

 

RRD - 6: Part 213 Institutional Controls and Notice Requirements 

12/13/07 

 

          Forms 

 

 

 

Former Environmental Response Division Operational Memoranda 

 
 

Title 

Last Updated 

 

ERD -- 05:  Environmental Assessments and Audits (formerly Environmental Response Division Policy ERD005-90) 

Rescinded 8/21/2013

 

ERD -- 13:  Data Quality Objectives, Review of TMDL Excursions, and Evaluation of Laboratory Data 

2/18/93 Under Revision 

 

ERD -- 18: See RRD Op Memo 1and Part 201 Rules 

All rescinded except for Attachment A and Groundwater and soil volatilization to indoor air criteria 12/10/04 

 

                 Technical Support Documents: Generic Soil Direct Contact Criteria(All rescinded except for attachment A) 

 

 

 

Former Storage Tank Division Operational Memoranda

 
 

Title 

Last Updated 

 

STD-07:  The changes to Part 213 on May 1, 2012, have made the Storage Tank Division Operational Memorandum STD-7 obsolete.  The management of ‘free product' has been replaced by the management of NAPL (non-aqueous phase liquids).  Corrective action requirements regarding NAPL are described in Part 213, which incorporates the American Society of Testing Materials (ASTM) Standards E1739, E2081, E2531.  The ASTM E2531-06 is entitled Standard Guide for Development of Conceptual Site Models and Remediation Strategies for Light Nonaqueous-Phase Liquids Released to the Subsurface.  If you have a specific question related to a site, feel free to contact the Remediation Division's district project manager

 

 

STD-09:  Guidance and Soil Closure Verification 

1/31/05 

              Sampling Strategies & Statistics Training referenced in STD-09  

1/31/05 

 

STD-11:  Criteria for Evaluating Groundwater Not in an Aquifer 

8/25/97 

 

STD-14:  Analytical Parameters & Methods, Sample Handling & Preservation for Petroleum Releases 

Addendum to Table 2:  Acceptable Analytical Methods for Common Petroleum Products 

Portions rescinded 12/10/04 

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