P.O. Box 4314
Baton Rouge, La. 70821-4314
Attn: Percy V. Harris, Administrator
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The mission of the Remediation Program is to maintain and enhance the environment of the state in order to promote and protect the health, safety and welfare of the people of Louisiana. This program provides an efficient means to develop, implement, and enforce regulations. It also pursues efforts to prevent and to remediate contamination of the environment. This program pursues a unified approach to remediation, simplifies and clarifies the scope of the remediation process, increases protection of human health and the environment by addressing remediation consistently, allows for fast track remediation, where applicable, reduces review time and labor, increases responsiveness to the public and regulatee, and increases accountability.
The Remediation Program meets its mission my performing the following duties: site investigations/Evaluation, corrective action, corrective action monitoring, field verification, communication, documentation, training and research.
Click (here) to access the Proposed 2019 RECAP files. It is important to note that NO portion of the draft proposed RECAP revision can be used to evaluate or support current site management decisions (including the proposed screening standards and MO-1 standards). The current, promulgated version of the RECAP regulation, RECAP 2003, must be used.
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