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5/19/20101 LD 1827 Stakeholders. 5/19/20102 Welcome & Introductions  Mark Hyland – Director, Bureau of Remediation & Waste Management  Ann Gosline –

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1 5/19/20101 LD 1827 Stakeholders

2 5/19/20102 Welcome & Introductions  Mark Hyland – Director, Bureau of Remediation & Waste Management  Ann Gosline – Facilitator Phone:

3 5/19/20103 Legislative Resolve  DEP to Gather Stakeholders & assess Waste Oil Site Remediation Prog: Revenues Raised Enforcement Enhancement Options to increase Funding Premium on out-of-state sales  DEP Report to NRC by Dec 1, 2010

4 Understand multiple Interests Gather important information, get on same page Generate options Gather more information Evaluate Options Combine, reform options Seek agreement, conclusions STAGES OF PROCESS

5 5/19/20105 Overview – Session 2  Background PBWO Company Sites Waste Oil Site Remediation Prog  Stakeholder Group Participants / Scope Structure

6 5/19/20106 Wells - Late 1970’s Portland-Bangor Waste Oil Co.  1950’s – 1980  Statewide  5 sites

7 5/19/20107 Uncontrolled Sites Program  Uncontrolled Sites law: PRPs= Owner / Operator Generator Transporter  Thousands of “generators” for the PBWO operation

8 5/19/20108 Waste Motor Oil Site Remediation Program

9 5/19/20109 Waste Oil Remediation Program  Goal: Cover PRP Costs at 4 PBWO sites Plymouth: Hows Corner Superfund site Casco Ellsworth (aka Robbins Property) Presque Isle

10 5/19/ Status of Site Clean-up  Plymouth – PRP Lead Superfund Site Source control, waterline & NRD completed MOM & LTM to start this summer  Casco – DEP Lead Source control completed IC for offsite GW & NRD ongoing  Ellsworth – DEP Lead Source Control Completed Waterline & IC for offsite GW; NRD 2010  Presque Isle – DEP lead Preliminary Investigation completed Need Phase I, ROD & Remedial Action

11 5/19/ Site Cleanup Cost Estimates (Eligible under Waste Oil Remediation Program) SiteCost (Millions of $) Settlement Status Plymouth21.4 (+.54) Completed Ellsworth3.4 Suspended Casco2.6 Suspended Presque Isle2 Not initiated Total30

12 5/19/ Waste Oil Program  Administered by FAME  Grant & Loan Program – Wells & early Plymouth  => Bond Program $30M in revenue backed securities +$5M capital reserve funds

13 5/19/ Waste Oil Program - Changes  2007 – $1-$3 per oil change (repealed 2008)  2008 –$1.10/gal bulk motor veh. lube-oil  2009 – $.35/gal pre-packaged motor & other lube oil

14 5/19/ Clean-up Funds Raised Vs Legislative Goal

15 5/19/ Legislative Resolve  DEP to Gather Stakeholders & assess: Revenues Raised Enforcement Enhancement Options to increase Funding Premium on out-of-state sales  DEP Report by Dec 1, 2010: How to Best Fund Liability of (covered) PRPs at the 4 sites

16 5/19/ Stakeholders: Who to Invite?  Stakeholders Listed  Others? Is a 4-Site solution possible by Dec 1, 2010?

17 5/19/ Some Issues raised last session leading to resolve  Need for more revenue  Enforcement  Amount Lube-oil used/sold in Maine  Price difference between Bulk & pre-packaged  Out of State Purchases  Premium on Lube retailed out-of-state  Leg Changes Impact FAME bonding  Program Efficiency  Order in which sites are funded  Premium on Other lubricating oils  Premium on other oil / other revenue sources

18 5/19/ Stakeholders: Who to Invite?  Stakeholders Listed  Others? Is a 4-Site solution possible by Dec 1, 2010? - maybe Can DEP defer cost-recovery?

19 Uncontrolled Sites Fund State lead Sites Cost Recovery Clean-up

20 5/19/ Uncontrolled Sites Fund & Remediation Programs Uncontrolled Sites Fund State Lead Sites VRAP “RLF” & Insurance Brownfield Grant Match credible Enforcement Military Sites “all other” Unresolved Public Health Threats Unresolved Liability under CERCLA & USP Tort Claims Superfund Match X PRP Lead Sites

21 5/19/ Stakeholders: Who to Invite?  Stakeholders Listed  Others? Is a 4-Site solution possible by Dec 1, 2010? - maybe Can DEP defer cost-recovery? - No Is sustainable USF necessary to resolve liability at the 4-Sites?  Maybe  Necessary in the long-run

22 5/19/ Stakeholders: Structure?  Parallel Stakeholder Groups? 4-Site Solution Sustainable USP  A Combined Stakeholder Group?  Hybrid – combined policy group with 2 technical subgroups?

23 5/19/ END

24 Proposed Groundrules  Help get everyone information  Listen to understand, not to refute  Stay open to new information, ideas  Focus on finding solutions, be creative  Be concise, leave time for others  Let others finish, wait to be recognized  Don’t characterize each others’ views

25 5/19/ END

26 5/19/ Reserve Slides – In case the issue comes up

27 5/19/ Parallel or combined Stakeholder Groups? 4 site solution May 2010 DEC 2010 DEC 2011 USP Revamp

28 5/19/ Parallel or combined Stakeholder Groups? May 2010 DEC 2010 DEC 2011 USP Revamp 4 site solution

29 5/19/ Parallel or combined Stakeholder Groups? 4 site solution Subgroup May 2010 DEC 2010 DEC 2011 USP Revamp Subgroup


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