Information Systems

The Remediation Division houses several document libraries as well as electronic information systems (databases). At this time, the public can access this information via the internet, or via a data request.

Note: Not all Remediation library information is available from our internet site.

Document (hardcopy) Libraries:

  • Superfund site files - An indexed library of documents, reports, and correspondence pertaining to State and Federal superfund sites in Montana.
  • LUST-Trust site files - An indexed library of documents, reports, and correspondence pertaining to petroleum release sites which utilize LUST-Trust funding in Montana.
  • LUST site files - An indexed library of documents, reports, and correspondence pertaining to petroleum release sites in Montana.
  • PetroFund site files - An indexed library of documents, reports, and correspondence pertaining to petroleum tank release compensation fund sites.
  • Abandoned mine files - An indexed library of documents, reports, and correspondence pertaining to Coal and Non-Coal mine sites and reclamation projects in Montana.
Contact Remediation for more information at (406) 444-6444.

Electronic Databases:

  • Remediation Site Tracking System - contains information relating to sites undergoing or targeted for remediation under the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (Federal Superfund or CERCLA), the Montana Comprehensive Environmental Cleanup and Responsibility Act (CECRA), and the Montana Water Quality Act, including locational information, contaminant information, and agency action information.
  • UST-Access - a statewide database of all known underground storage tanks. Information contained in this database includes tank ownership, contents, age, size, construction, and release detection method installed. This database includes data on the status of these UST systems--whether active, closed in-place or removed. Information on the status and final disposition of reported environmental releases is also tracked on the Program's database system. 
  • Petroleum Fund Eligibility and Claims Tracking (PETRO) database - includes information relating to the status of applications for Petroleum Tank Release Cleanup Fund eligibility, and information relating to the status of claims for reimbursement.
  • Montana Inactive Mines - There are four statewide databases pertaining to Montana inactive mines. The Montana Mines Priority Cleanup Sites database contains the location of the 380 priority cleanup sites for inactive hardrock mines in the state. The Montana Inactive Mine Sites database lists the locations and features of all 3,834 investigated inactive hardrock mines in Montana. The Water Sampling Sites for Montana Inactive Mines database contains water sampling data from 621 sites near the priority cleanup mine sites. The Sediment Sampling Sites for Montana Inactive Mines database contains sediment sampling data from 484 sites near the priority cleanup mine sites.