LRP News and Resources
LRP MAP application has been relocated. In order to access LRP MAP you must visit the new web page here.
Controlled Hazardous Substance Act Notification Regulations Stakeholders' Meeting - December 4, 2012 from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. at Montgomery Park. Please click on the links below to see the materials provided by MDE for review prior to the meeting.
- Draft CHS Notification Form
- Draft CHS Notification Standards (Update - December 7, 2012)
- August 30, 2012 Meeting Minutes from Small Stakeholder Meeting
Updated Cleanup Standards for Soil and Groundwater (Update No. 2.1 June 2008)
Additional LRP Resources
Uniform Environmental Covenants Act (UECA)
Screening Study of Surface Soils in Selected Baltimore City Parks
List of LRP Factsheets
Land Restoration Program Sites
Other Information of Interest
Little Elk Creek Information
The ITRC is a national organization that consists of 50 states, the District of Columbia, multiple federal partners, industry participants, and other stakeholders, cooperating to break down barriers and reduce compliance costs, making it easier to use new technologies, and helping states maximize resources. ITRC brings together a diverse mix of environmental experts and stakeholders from both the public and private sectors to broaden and deepen technical knowledge and streamline the regulation of new environmental technologies. ITRC accomplishes its mission in two ways: it develops guidance documents and training courses to meet the needs of both regulators and environmental consultants, and it works with state representatives to ensure that ITRC products and services have maximum impact among state environmental agencies and technology users.
To become a member of ITRC, please click on this link:
ITRC Training Link
ITRC develops and delivers training courses via the Internet to reach a geographically dispersed audience of regulators, consultants, and other members of the environmental community. These courses create a unique forum for the exchange of technical and regulatory information because they are based on ITRC guidance documents, which reflect the consensus opinion of ITRC members from states and federal environmental agencies, the private sector, and citizen stakeholders.
Click on the following link to find more information about available training courses from ITRC!
For more information about ITRC, please view the links below and feel free to contact:
Maryland Dept. of the Environment
1800 Washington Boulevard
Baltimore, MD 21230
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