Remediation and Redevelopment Division

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Vision

Create a future where Michigan's contaminated properties are reliably managed, revitalized, and the environment is protected.

Mission

The Remediation and Redevelopment Division will work toward our goals through compliance assistance, partnerships, collaboration, and enforcement.

Please feel free to contact us by writing:  EGLE, Remediation and Redevelopment Division, P.O. Box 30426, Lansing, MI 48909-7926, or calling Mr. Leslie E. Smith, III at  517-284-6902icon for phone number. Email us.

Michigan Petroleum Storage Tank Conference Series

EGLE is partnering with other state agencies, the Michigan Petroleum Association, Midwest Independent Retailers Association, and the American Petroleum Institute of Michigan to present the 2019 Michigan Petroleum Storage Tank Conference Series. This series (being offered on three separate dates) is designed to bring  together owners and operators of petroleum storage tanks systems, (and other interested persons) with State inspectors and Program Specialists to receive relevant training and to meet one-on-one with staff from:

  • EGLE - Remediation and Redevelopment Division
  • EGLE - Michigan Underground Storage Tank Authority
  • Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs - Fire Services Bureau, Storage Tank Division
  • Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development - Weights and Measures Program
  • Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development - Motor Fuels Quality Program

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Great Lakes Environmental Remediation and Redevelopment Conference

The Great Lakes Environmental Remediation and Redevelopment Conference in Lansing, Michigan is a first-of-its-kind conference that will provide a unique forum to focus on remediation and redevelopment in the Great Lakes Region.  The conference is designed to promote the sharing of knowledge surrounding key issues that confront environmental professionals every day. Five main tracks will engage attendees in topics such as remediation, emerging contaminants, program implementation and performance, redevelopment, and region-wide interest topics.  Participants will learn about management methods, successful solutions, and best practices.

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Global Remediation Technologies

On June 11th, Global Remediation Technologies (GRT), Somat Engineering and Dakota Technologies conducted a Laser-Induced Fluorescence (LIF) pilot study at Riverside Park in Detroit, a SWQF/Prop 2 funded site. The intent of the pilot study was to evaluate two LIF methods – UVOST and TarGOST. UVOST is utilized for delineating petroleum NAPL including gasoline, diesel, crude oil, kerosene, etc. TarGOST is utilized for delineating non-aqueous-phase liquids found at Manufactured Gas Plants (MGP) and creosote sites. Due to the variety of potential contaminates present at Riverside Park, a pilot study is being conducted to determine the best LIF method for a full-scale study.

  Acts & Rules

 

  • Part 195, Environmental Protection Bond Implementation
  • Part 196, Clean Michigan Initiative Implementation
  • Part 201, Environmental Remediation
  • Part 213, Leaking Underground Storage Tanks
  • Part 215, Underground Storage Tank Corrective Action Funding
  • Part 31, Water Resources Protection
  • Act 381, Brownfield Redevelopment Financing Act
  • Rules for Remediation and Redevelopment Division