Description: State Cleanup Sites, 20181019 - Shows 1,541 access point locations for State Cleanup Program sites within Indiana, and is provided by personnel of Indiana Department of Environmental Management, Office of Land Quality (IDEM, OLQ). Attributes include site names, regulatory identification numbers (IDEM), and address information. Data are current as of October 19, 2018.
The following is excerpted from metadata provided by IDEM:
'The State Cleanup Program manages sites that are contaminated with hazardous substances or petroleum, but are not included on the National Priorities List of the federal Superfund program, after which it is modeled. Regardless of the extent of oversight provided by the State Cleanup Program, responsible parties are required to perform the necessary site characterization and remedial activities. The State Cleanup Program will continue to pursue any actions necessary to ensure the completion of these activities at sites that fail to progress. Responsible parties are also liable for the costs of response or remediation incurred by the state, and IDEM will seek cost recovery for expenses such as legal document reviews and technical letter development.'
'The State Cleanup Program manages remediation projects at sites such as dry cleaning facilities, manufacturing facilities, petroleum refineries, petroleum storage terminals, abandoned landfills, unregulated underground storage tank sites, and other industrial sites. The State Cleanup Program Remediation Process [PDF - <https://www.in.gov/idem/cleanups/files/state_cleanup_flowchart.pdf> ] flow chart provides a basic overview of the program’s site management process.'
For more information about the State Cleanup Program, please visit the following IDEM Web site: <https://www.in.gov/idem/cleanups/2349.htm>