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CT DEEP Releases Draft Release-based Cleanup Regulations to Working Group for Review, Comments Due February 6, 2024

04 Jan 2024 11:19 AM | Michael Lazo (Administrator)

Here is an Environmental Law Alert from one of BCONE’s annual sponsors, Pullman & Comley.

Is Connecticut’s Transfer Act Going Away Anytime Soon? No, But Progress Is Being Made

The Connecticut General Assembly passed Public Act 20-09 in the fall of 2020 with the promise that the Connecticut Transfer Act would be abolished in favor of a released-based, rather than a transaction-based, remediation program.  Under Public Act 20-09’s terms, once the Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP) adopts release-based regulations pursuant to section 22a-134tt of the General Statutes, the Transfer Act will cease to apply to future transactions in Connecticut; only those  sites  already in the Transfer Act program will need to be remediated in accordance with the Transfer Act’s requirements.


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