The California Legislature and the Courts have mandated that certain information be posted on the DTSC Web site. This page contains links to that information. In each case, the postings include more information than is specifically required.
Click on one of the links below to go directly to a specific topic:
A land use restricted site is a property where DTSC has placed limits or requirements on future use of the property due to varying levels of cleanup possible, practical, or necessary at the site.
As required by Assembly Bill (AB) 871 and AB 2436, DTSC has developed and posted to its Web site Land Use Restricted Sites Lists to provide the public easy access to information on land use restrictions and affected sites.
Site Mitigation and Brownfields Reuse Program Facility Sites with Land Use Restrictions The DTSC Site Mitigation and Brownfields Reuse Program (SMBRP) list includes sites cleaned up under the program's oversight and generally does not include current or former hazardous waste facilities that required a hazardous waste facility permit. The list represents land use restrictions that are active. Some sites have multiple land use restrictions. Not all land use restrictions are available at this time. DTSC will continue to update this list as documents become available.
Hazardous Waste Management Program Facility Sites with Deed / Land Use Restriction The DTSC Hazardous Waste Management Program (HWMP) has developed a list of current or former hazardous waste facilities that have a recorded land use restriction at the local county recorder's office. The land use restrictions on this list were required by the DTSC HWMP as a result of the presence of hazardous substances that remain on site after the facility (or part of the facility) has been closed or cleaned up. The types of land use restriction include deed notice, deed restriction, or a land use restriction that binds current and future owners.
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory Livermore, Alameda County
The Settlement Agreement in the case Tri-Valley CARES vs. DTSC requires that DTSC post to its Web site documents relating to the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) Main Site hazardous waste management facility. Specific types of documents required to be posted are: summaries of violations prepared under Health and Safety Code section 25185(c)(1) and LLNL responses; inspection reports prepared under Health and Safety Code section 25185(c)(2)(A) and LLNL responses; accident reports; Senate Bill 14 documents submitted under permit conditions; and public notice of proposed permit modifications.