LSPA Introduces Compliance Tip of the Month for March 2024

The following LSPA compliance tip was introduced at the March 2024 Membership Meeting, which was held remotely on March 14, 2024 via Zoom.  

LSPA Compliance Tip of the Month
Per 310 CMR 40.1406 of the Massachusetts Contingency Plan (MCP), an “Informational Notice to Property Owners” BWSC Form 122 must be completed to advise an owner that their property falls within the boundaries of a disposal site. The MCP specifies when such written notices must be provided and what information they must contain. Copies of all written notices required must be submitted to MassDEP with the corresponding Phase II Report or Permanent or Temporary Solution Statement. 

We have learned from MassDEP that this last requirement is often overlooked. 

The BWSC Form 122 is not submitted through eDEP. Copies of the mailed form are to be included in an appendix to Phase II Report or a Permanent or Temporary Solution Report. The form is available at Site Cleanup Transmittal Forms.

Click here to view all published compliance and practice tips. This document is also posted in the Members Only section of the website under Technical Resources.

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