The DSCA Remediation Unit oversees the assessment and cleanup of dry-cleaning solvent contaminated sites certified in the DSCA Program. Entry into the program is voluntary and all work is completed by state-lead environmental engineering firms. The majority of costs, up to 98-99%, are covered by the DSCA Fund. An overview of the DSCA program can be found in the DSCA Fact Sheet and details can be found by clicking on any of the links below. To speak to someone in the DSCA Remediation Unit, please see DSCA Contacts.
If you are interested in general information about the DSCA Program including eligibility, costs and benefits of participating in the program, please visit this page.
For information on the steps required to enter the DSCA Program including how to apply, what to expect with the petition and certification process and how long the application process will take, please visit this page.
Once you have been accepted and enter the DSCA Program, if you want information on what happens next like prioritization, assessment, remediation, invoices you will receive, how you can use your property or sell, refinance or redevelop the property, please visit this page.
You have been participating in the DSCA Program and there has been work done at the site. For more information on site closure like when will your site be ready for closure, what are the steps in the closure process, what are land-use restrictions and what do you need to do after the site is closed, please visit this page.