CDF Switching in LSSI
Effective immediately, CDF switches will not be allowed
in LSSI unless the Owner/RP has changed for that facility. Once the CDF process has
been completed and a proposal has been submitted, the site is assigned to a site manager and enters the queue based on
when the proposal was received by the Department. Allowing a switch prior to work order initiation interrupts addressing
a facility in a timely manner. A future proposal by a new contractor does not take the initial proposal’s place in line
but, instead, is placed in the queue based on when it was submitted by the new Contractor and received by the Department.
Example of False Representation
People have reported getting letters from this company claiming to be representing DEP. Don’t be Misled! This company does not represent us and is currently not qualified to conduct state-funded preapproval work. If anyone wants to know the actual requirements and procedures for the LSSI and SCS programs, please review items on this web page or contact Roger W. Rook at (850) 245-8822.
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Low-Scored Site Initiative Information (LSSI) Documents:
If you have any questions or comments concerning LSSI, please contact Graham Witt at (850) 222-6446, ext. 260 or Michelle Roberts at (850) 222-6446, ext. 265.
Site Characterization Screening Document Links:
The BPSS will be implementing Site Characterization Screening (SCS) for funded sites below our current funding score
beginning in July 2012 and is available for public comment on the draft guidance documents. Click on the links below to
view the draft Site Characterization Screening guidance document and the draft SCS Worksheet. Two other forms, the
“Discharge-SA-RA Summary Form” and the “Potential Indicator Parameters for Imminent Threat Worksheet” will be posted in
the near future. Please forward all comments, suggestions, and questions to Diane Pickett, P.G. at
by COB Tuesday, May 15th.
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