The Remediation Division is encouraging all interested persons to visit our website for all initial inquiries.To find out more information regarding the various remediation sites across the state, please click on the links below:
The DEQ is in the process of developing new public facing systems that will keep data more up to date. These new systems will be made available on DEQ’s Online Services page as soon as possible. Current, detailed, hard copy information and reports are available from the DEQ and PTRCB libraries and may be viewed and obtained during regular business hours.
Remediation Division Headquarters located at 1225 Cedar Street in Helena, Montana contains indexed libraries of documents, reports, and correspondence pertaining to:
Should a person find sites in or near their area of interest, the Remediation Division can then be contacted for more specific site information or the interested party can visit our office location to view hard copy files. Hard copy files can be viewed during normal business hours (Monday – Friday, 8:00 am - 5:00 pm, except state holidays). For inquiries related to abandoned mines, please contact (406) 444-6795.
DEQ photocopying and research charges are as follows:
Please remember that not all sites addressed by the Department have spatial coordinates that allow them to be plotted on a map and that there are sites with coordinates that were derived by methods that may not achieve the level of accuracy desired. In addition, there may be sites, unknown to the Department that could also impact your project. Always conduct a thorough on-site inspection and contact DEQ if you find evidence of a site not in our records or identify inaccuracies in our data.
Other Divisions within DEQ maintain separate hard copy files and electronic information systems. For other DEQ program information/records, you will need to contact other DEQ divisions, such as the Enforcement Division at (406) 444-0379, Permitting and Compliance Division at (406) 444-4323, and the Planning, Prevention and Assistance Division at (406) 444-6697 or visit DEQ’s website.
Abandoned Mine sites
Montana Priority Mine Sites
Abandoned Mines Home Page
Federal Superfund Sites
Federal Superfund Home Page
State Superfund Sites
State Superfund Home Page
Waste Management & Remediation Division
Water Quality Division
The Montana Department of Environmental Quality is charged with protecting a clean and healthy environment as guaranteed to our citizens by our State Constitution. Our ultimate goal is to protect public health and to maintain Montana's
high quality of life for current and future generations.