- H.1: Determining if there are hazardous or toxic materials present in your project area
- H.2: How to find out if there has been any studies, investigations, or enforcement actions related to your site
- H.3: How do I determine if my project will involve the use of any hazardous or toxic materials?
- H.4: Determining past land uses of properties in your project area
- H.5: How to Address Adverse Effects
- H.6: How to provide relevant and helpful support documentation
H.3: How do I determine if my project will involve the use of any hazardous or toxic materials?
The types of hazardous materials typically associated with construction sites include items such as vehicle fuels, heavy equipment fluids, cement and concrete additives from concrete batch plants, cleaning fluids and solvents, adhesives, and materials that can pose physical hazards (such as explosives). Carefully review your scope of work, engineering estimates, work plans or other descriptions of the proposed work and identify any material such as those listed above that may be used in your project.