Minnesota Department of Transportation

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Contaminated Materials

Contaminated material management resources

Facilities and maintenance

Facility projects such as building expansions, construction of new facilities, or upgrades to existing facilities require consideration of contaminated materials. See contaminated material management resources for facilities and maintenance projects.

State highway and road construction projects

The Contaminated Materials Management Team is involved beginning at scoping through end of construction for evaluation of potential contaminated soil and groundwater materials associated with a State Project (S.P.) scope. See contaminated material management resources for state highway and road construction projects.

Transit

The Contaminated Materials Management Team is involved with MnDOT's stakeholder Metro Transit on transit projects, such as light rail transit and bus rapid transit. See contaminated material management resources for transit projects.

Spills

The Contaminated Materials Management Team works with MnDOT districts to ensure spills of materials on or adjacent to the roadway are mitigated. See contaminated material management resources for spill cleanup.

Highway project development process (HPDP)

The HPDP website provides information on contaminated and regulated material management and how these issues are related to the environmental document process. See HPDP contaminated material management resources.