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DEP - Technology Library
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Department of Environmental Protection

Library of Accepted Technologies

To facilitate the adoption of effective technologies for pollutant source control and remediation, the Department has created a standardized process through which consultants, businesses and organizations can request an agency review of a proposed strategy. Proposals receiving a favorable review will be included in a library of accepted technologies that will be published on the Department's website. It should be noted that Departmental acceptance suggests that Agency experts believe a proposed technology has the potential to be effective in a specific application but does not imply commercial endorsement or recommendation for use.

Applicants are encouraged to identify their technology's scope of application as clearly and narrowly as possible to ensure it is reviewed by the appropriate subject area experts. Review of technologies directed at:

  • industrial or domestic wastewater control or nutrient remediation in surface waters should be requested using the form and following the directions provided on the water page;
  • ground or surface water issues involving petroleum products or solvents should be requested using the form and following the directions on the waste page; and
  • air resource issues should be requested using the form and following the directions on the air page.


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We apologize that the Request Forms have been disabled. These forms are being inundated with spam requests. Therefore, please email Lab Systems and we will share the link for these request forms.

Last updated: April 22, 2015