This is a blank Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (IEPA) Clean Construction Demolition Debris (CCDD) form LPC-662 in editable PDF format. A3 Environmental Consultants wants you to have this in the event you have soil you need to dispose of. The CCDD facility is going to need your paperwork filled out and you need to get permission to dump the soil before you show up. You will also need a pH test done on the soil. The map below is an ArcGIS map of CCDD facilities and what’s called USFO or Uncontaminated Soil Fill Operations. This soil is presumed clean based on where the soil was gathered (NOT on an or near a commercial or industrial property). If that’s not the case and your soil came from an industrial property, you will need the IEPA CCDD form LPC-663 which can be found here.
If you need to understand more about CCDD and how to get rid of clean fill you can get a complete dissertation on what it’s all about here.
If you want to find out more about Maximum Allowable Concentrations (MAC) you can click here.
If you need support with Clean Construction Demolition Debris or Uncontaminated Soil Fill, give A3 Environmental Consultants a call. A3 Environmental Consultants can be reached at (888) 405-1742 or by email at Info@A3E.com.