Skip to main content

Remediation Information Data Exchange (RIDE)

Two people writing on paper with two laptops on a desk
Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy

Remediation Information Data Exchange (RIDE)


For RIDE questions, contact:

For MiLogin issues call:

Already a user? Log in here:
MiLogin for Business

The Remediation Information Data Exchange (RIDE) is an application used by the Remediation and Redevelopment Division (RRD) that allows for the exchange of data and information related to contaminated properties regulated under Part 201, Environmental Remediation, and Part 213, Leaking Underground Storage Tanks, of Michigan's Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Act, 1994 PA 451, as amended.

The RIDE application allows the regulated community to submit documents electronically, eliminating the need to send these through regular mail. The system is currently accepting electronic documents related to both the Part 201 and Part 213 programs. If you are a consultant or contractor working for RRD, a future release of RIDE will also serve as the portal for submitting invoices and other documentation for state-funded projects.

In addition to allowing the submittal of electronic documents, RIDE also hosts RRD's Inventory of Facilities (IOF), which is an inventory of all locations regulated by Part 201 and Part 213, and also includes statistics related to programs regulated by RRD. The purpose of the IOF is to provide a transparent accounting of work conducted by RRD, as well as a resource for the public to access information about facilities regulated by RRD.

From the application, you can access the Inventory of Facilities, Remediation and Redevelopment Division (RRD) statistics, RRD staff contact information, Underground Storage Tank information and more.

Launch RIDE

An introduction to the Remediation Information Data Exchange (RIDE)

In this video, you will learn to navigate RIDE is a tool used to track information related to contaminated properties that are regulated by EGLE's Remediation and Redevelopment Division.

These properties include Leaking Underground Storage Tank sites, Brownfield sites, Superfund sites, and other Environmental Remediation sites.

An introduction to the Remediation Information Data Exchange (RIDE) Video

Additional resources will be created as RIDE continues to develop, so please check back often as new material will be available to you as new functions are released. Please note, that as RIDE development continues, some of the images/videos may depict a previous release of RIDE and therefore, may not match exactly what you see when you open RIDE. However, the processes described in the trainings should remain consistent with future releases of RIDE.

How do I become a RIDE user and access the application?

There are three steps to becoming a RIDE user:

1. Complete RIDE user form

On the RIDE public user page, navigate to the Inventory of Facilities (IOF), scroll down and select "Become a RIDE User." Complete and submit the form; this starts the process to become a RIDE business user.

2. Create MiLogin account

After completing Step 1, you will receive an email with instructions for creating a MiLogin for Business account. A MiLogin for Business account should ONLY be used for those that use a work or business email and/or phone number. Create the account and log in. 

Note: Do not create a new MiLogin account if you already created one for another use. You can add RIDE to your existing MiLogin account.

3. Request RIDE access

Once you have a MiLogin for Business account, navigate to “Request Access”, search for RIDE, and request the application. Once approved, you will be able to access RIDE through your MiLogin account.

Note: Requests may take 1-5 business days to process.

Learn about additional RIDE actions Video

Learn about additional RIDE actions

This is a recording of a training webinar hosted on April 24, 2024.

The video covers the ability to submit Part 201 reports via RIDE in addition to Part 213 reports. The webinar also goes over how to access electronic documents, creating a RIDE user account, secondary certification, and the process of electronic submittals and ‘location not found’ submittals.