The Remediation and Redevelopment (RR) Program’s submittal portal is now back online after upgrades were made at the beginning of the new year.
The URL to the application is slightly different. The new link has been updated on the RR Program Submittal Portal website as of this morning, January 7.
Full details about the update are available in the December 20 article in the RR Report titled “Overhaul Coming for RR Program’s Submittal Portal.”
The Remediation and Redevelopment (RR) Program reminds you that the Program’s Submittal Portal will go offline beginning today, January 3, at 5:00 p.m. until Tuesday, January 7 at 9:00 a.m.
The RR Program will launch an updated submittal portal at that time. The URL to the application will be slightly different and the new link will be updated on the RR Program Submittal Portal website on the morning of January 7.
See full details about the update in the December 20 article in the RR Report titled “Overhaul Coming for RR Program’s Submittal Portal.”
The Remediation and Redevelopment (RR) Program’s Submittal Portal will be taken offline beginning Friday, January 3, 2020 at 5:00 p.m. until Tuesday, January 7 at 9:00 a.m. as the RR Program works to launch a new version of the application.
A new URL for the updated application will be made available on the RR Program Submittal Portal webpage when the application relaunches on January 7. Be sure to access the new application directly through the submittal portal webpage.
Continue reading “Overhaul Coming Jan. 3, 2020 for RR Program’s Submittal Portal”
The Remediation and Redevelopment (RR) Program reminds consultants that when submitting revisions to a closure submittal as requested by the DNR project manager, the consultant need only submit the revised pages to the DNR project manager via the Document Submittal Portal.
Continue reading “Reminder: Closure Packet Revision Submittals”
A new, fillable PDF form has replaced RR-072. The new form is 4400-315: Recommended Template for Request to Manage Materials under Wis. Admin. Code § NR 718.12 or NR 718.15
The purpose of this form is to provide an optional template format for consultants and responsible parties to demonstrate the proposed management of solid waste material qualifies for a Wis. Admin. Code § NR 718.12 or NR 718.15 exemption and to request written approval of the request.
Continue reading “New Fillable PDF Form for Materials Management Plan”
The Usual & Customary Cost Standardized Invoice – RR-107a – and Task Reference Guide #25 – RR-107 – have been updated to include a new subtask under Task 5 – Closure Request.
CR30 – P.E. Review and Certification of Closure Materials – provides up to $1,129.60 for professional engineer time to review site file materials, visit the site, make a recommendation on closure, and certify the closure packet.
The subtask also includes any project manager’s time for a site visit and/or discussion with the professional engineer regarding the site.
Please visit the PECFA Reimbursement tab on the Remediation and Redevelopment program’s website for the updated U&C Standardized Invoice and for complete task specifications as outlined in RR-107.
The Remediation and Redevelopment program’s new RR Program Submittal Portal is now live and available to use.
The new portal allows consultants and other customers to submit documents required by Wis. Admin. Code chs. NR 700-754 related to the assessment, investigation, cleanup, closure, or redevelopment of contaminated properties.
Continue reading “New Document Submittal Portal for RR Program”
2018 marks the anniversaries of two things that shape and guide the Wisconsin DNR’s Remediation and Redevelopment Program: the Spill Law (Wis. Admin. Code Ch. 292) and the Brownfields Study Group. It’s the 40th anniversary of “292,” while the Study Group celebrates 20 years.
Both are highlighted in this article in the current edition of the DNR’s Wisconsin Natural Resources magazine.
Many of our RR Report readers have played a role in helping to shape Wisconsin’s brownfields policies, and have done the work to clean up and redevelop brownfield sites. The DNR recognizes your efforts, appreciates the partnerships, and looks forward to another successful 40 years.
One of the Remediation and Redevelopment Program’s many publications is the Environmental Services Contractors List, (DNR publication RR-024).
This is a self-identifying list of environmental consultants that the Program maintains and makes available on its “resources for private parties” web page. Also, staff provide this document to people if they ask for a consultant recommendation.
To have your consulting firm added to the document, or to update information that’s already there, please contact Deena Kinney. In your email, provide the following:
- Name of firm
- City, state, zip code
- Phone number
- Fax number (if applicable)
Staff cull the list if they are aware of firm closings, consolidations, or other significant changes. If your contact information requires updating, please let us know.
The Wisconsin DNR – including the Remediation and Redevelopment Program – uses a variety of “fillable PDF forms” to collect information from customers. However, these Adobe PDF fillable forms are not compatible with many internet browsers, except for Microsoft Internet Explorer.
If you are unable to open any of the DNR’s fillable forms (for example, the Case Closure form), you can likely resolve the issue by changing your internet browser to Internet Explorer. There is currently no issue with opening publications and other non-fillable PDF documents in other browsers.
The conflict is between Adobe and non-Internet Explorer browsers. Some Internet browsers use a PDF viewer that does not support fillable PDF forms. In particular, Chrome, Microsoft Edge, and Safari generally use their own version of PDF viewers rather than Adobe’s. Using Microsoft Internet Explorer [exit DNR] version 10 or higher will usually resolve the issue.
Also, please note that fillable PDF forms are only supported on desktop versions of Internet Explorer 10. Those forms will not work with mobile devices.
To complete and save all PDF forms provided on the DNR’s website, please be sure your device is running Adobe Reader [exit DNR] version 8 or higher.
Additional information is on the DNR’s Portable Document Format web page.