The Site Remediation Programs Databases One Stop Data Retrieval provide information on sites in New Hampshire, with activities that either have resulted in groundwater contamination or pose a potential hazard to groundwater supplies. The regulated activities and groundwater hazards include:
- confirmed releases of oil or hazardous materials to the soil and/or groundwater as a result of discharges, spills, and removal of underground storage tanks;
- underground injection wells such as floor drains, leaching galleries, and septic systems anything other than domestic wastewater;
- large discharges of wastewater such as domestic wastewater septic systems which are designed to discharge more than 20,000 gpd, land application of wastewater treatment facility effluent (spray irrigation, rapid infiltration basins, etc.) and unlined septage and wastewater lagoons;
- unpermitted hazardous waste storage facilities;
- landfills and other waste repositories in which groundwater quality is at risk
- Inactive asbestos disposal sites
For more information, please contact Allisen Heath at 271-8401 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Department of Environmental Services is dedicated to making more environmental information more readily available to more people while maintaining user confidence in the information. The information is the best available according to the procedures and standards of each of the contributing programs and of this system. The different programs are regularly maintaining the information in their databases, and the system is periodically being modified to respond to user needs. As a result, the system may not always provide access to all existing information, and it may occasionally contain unintentional inaccuracies. The Department has made every effort to present the information in a clear and understandable way for a variety of users. We cannot be responsible, however, for the misuse or misinterpretation of the information presented by this system.