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EBC Program Series with MassDEP Leadership

Commissioner Suuberg and the


Headquarters Leadership Team

Welcome
Daniel K. Moon
President
Environmental Business Council

Environmental Business Council of New England


Energy Environment Economy

Keynote Address:
Review of MassDEP Priorities

Martin Suuberg
Commissioner
Department of Environmental Protection
Commonwealth of Massachusetts

Environmental Business Council of New England


Energy Environment Economy

EBC Program Series with


MassDEP Regional Offices
Commissioner Suuberg
and
Boston Office Leadership
January 12, 2017

Commissioners Topics
Greenhouse Gas Rules Under Section 3d of the
Global Warming Solutions Act
http://www.mass.gov/eea/agencies/massdep/air/clim
ate/section3d-comments.html
6 sets of regulations
Governors Executive Order 569

Ongoing Work on Regulations Post EO 562


Status
Title 5
Report on Water Management Act permits per
legislation

Commissioners Topics
Drinking Water
Lead: $2.75 million testing program for
public schools.
http://www.mass.gov/eea/agencies/mas
sdep/water/drinking/testing-assistancefor-lead-in-school-drinking-water.html
New Federal Requirements for Public
Water Systems?
PFCs and Emerging Contaminants

Commissioners Topics
Federal Transition
NPDES Delegation
Changes at MassDEP
Air and Waste;Wastewater
Legislative and Municipal Outreach

Continued Commitment to new ways of


working together: EIPAS, Municipal
Outreach, Ombudsman

Technical Assistance and Outreach:


Expanding Municipal Partnerships
Anthony Veilleux, Director of Government Affairs
and Municipal Partnerships
Anthony.veilleux@state.ma.us

User Friendly Tools for Homeowners


and Consumers

Continued Work on Data Availability

Gary Moran
Deputy Commissioner for Operations and
Environmental Compliance
Oversees the operations of our 4 regional offices

Northeast Wilmington
Central Worcester
Southeast Lakeville
Western Springfield

Compliance & Enforcement


Emergency Planning and Response
Enterprise Information Mgt Office (IT)
Office of the Permit and Reg. Ombudsman

Energy and Environment Information


& Public Access System (EIPAS)
EEA-wide IT/Business Transformation project
Reduce uncertainty, cost and time to meet
and respond to business needs
Increase transparency and civic engagement by
providing access to environmental info, online file
reviews, complaints, and public comment
Enhance agency operations by automating,
integrating, and expanding transaction and data
generation/management capabilities

EIPAS Release 1 & 2 Scope


MassDEP
Air Quality
TURA
Haz & Solid Waste
Drinking Water

DCR
Special Use Permits

DAR
Pesticide Licenses
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FY2016 Metrics
FY16 Permit Timeliness
3%

OnTime%

FY16 Permits Issued within


180 Days

Late%
3%
97%

Rev180%
>180%

97%

Agency Process Optimization


Current State Map

Permitting
Complaint Management

Environmental Results Program


Revenue

Drinking Water
Public Comment Process

C.91 Licensing Process


Appeals Process

Future State Map

Office of the Permit & Regulatory


Ombudsman & Special Projects
Office Overview:

Regulated Community Engagement


Large and Complex Project Management
Initiatives to improve efficiency and
consistency
Throughout the
Department
Across all Regions

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Operations Contact Information


Gary Moran

DC, Ops
Millie Garcia-Serrano
RD, SERO
Mike Gorski
RD, WERO
Mary Jude Pigsley
RD, CERO
Eric Worrall
RD, NERO
Victoria Phillips
Dir, Enterprise Info
Kate Kerigan
Dir, Permit Omb.

Nick Child
Comp. & Enf.

Gary.Moran@state.ma.us

Millie.Garcia-Serrano@state.ma.us
Michael.Gorski@state.ma.us
MaryJude.Pigsley@state.ma.us

Eric.Worrall@state.ma.us

Victoria.Phillips@state.ma.us
Kathleen.Kerigan@state.ma.us

Nicholas.Child@state.ma.us

Beth Card
Deputy Commissioner for Policy and Planning
bethany.card@state.ma.us
1 (617) 292-5748

Oversees regulatory and programmatic


developments in our 4 bureaus
Bureau of Air and Waste
Bureau of Water Resources
Bureau of Waste Site Clean-up
Bureau of Planning and Evaluation

Executive Order 562

Coordinate MassDEPs regulatory review and


public process
E.O. 562
On-going Regulatory Reviews and Stakeholder
Processes
Title 5
Logan Airport Parking Freeze

Office of General Counsel


Support Commissioner, Programs, Regions
Represent MassDEP in administrative appeals
Coordinate with Attorney Generals Office

Office of General Counsel


Contacts
Benjamin.Ericson @state.ma.us
General Counsel 617 556 1121

Danah.Tench @state.ma.us
Deputy General Counsel for Policy and Programs 617 574 6870

Jeff.Mickelson @state.ma.us
Deputy General Counsel for Operations and Special Projects 617 556 1066

Mike.Dingle @state.ma.us
Deputy General Counsel, Litigation Manager 617 292 5959

Pamela.Talbot @state.ma.us
Deputy General Counsel for Enforcement 617 654 6636

Bureau of Water Resources/Boston


Division of Wetlands & Waterways
Wetlands; Chapter 91; Dredge 401 WQC

Division of Watershed Permitting


NPDES; Groundwater Discharge; Title 5; Sewer

Division of Watershed Management


Drinking Water; Water Management Act; Surface
Water Quality Monitoring/Assessment/Standards

Division of Municipal Services


SRF; Grants (319, 604b)

BWR Key Activities / Highlights


Wetlands/Waterways: FPA/DPA; Draft Policies
out for comment (Presumptive Line, Pile Field,
Solar Array); LSCSF
Wastewater: NPDES Delegation; MS4; I/I
Guidance; T5 Regulatory Review; Cape 208
Watershed Management: Drought; Pb in Schools;
LCR; RTCR; Unregulated Contaminants; SWQS;
Marine DO; TMDLs; WMA
Municipal Services: SRF Regs; Final IUP

BWR Boston Contacts


Douglas.Fine @state.ma.us
Assistant Commissioner 617 292 5792

Lealdon.Langley @state.ma.us
Division Director, Wetlands & Waterways 617 574 6882

Rebecca.Weidman @state.ma.us
Division Director, Watershed Management 617 654 6612

Steven.McCurdy @state.ma.us
Division Director, Municipal Services 617 292 5779

Bureau of Waste Site Cleanup


Preparing for
Responding to
Assessing
Cleaning up

Restoring

Releases of Oil and


Hazardous Materials
to the
Environment

MassDEP - LSPs - Site Owners


Assessing/Remediating State Sites
More than 43,000 releases cleaned up

Emergency Response

Regulations & Policy Development


Brownfields Assistance

Oversee Risk
Reduction Measures
Audit & Enforcement
Training &
Compliance
Assistance

Less Well Known BWSC Activities


Restoration Projects - Natural Resource Damage Program

Work with USEPA/DoD on Federal Sites


CERCLA RCRA CA LUST FUDS Removals
Mass Oil Spill Act Equipping & Training
First Responders
Clean Energy /
Greener Cleanups
Anything Else
Thrown Our Way

Waste Site Cleanup Contacts


Paul.Locke@state.ma.us
Assistant Commissioner 617-556-1160

Elizabeth.J.Callahan@state.ma.us
Director, Policy & Program Development 617-348-4056

George.Gardner@state.ma.us
Director, Technical & Financial Services 617-292-5973

Albe.Simenas@state.ma.us
Coordinator, Emergency Response 617-292-5507

Bureau of Planning and Evaluation


Focus on:
Cross Bureau planning and strategic projects
Regulatory Promulgation
Engaging with Regional and National
Organizations
Scientific support through laboratory services
and the office of Research and Standards
Environmental Justice

Agency Planning and


Cross Bureau Initiatives
Annual Program Planning and Performance Partnership
Agreement with EPA
Agency Process Optimization for IT and business
improvements.
Regulatory Evaluation (Executive Order #562) and
Promulgation
Other initiatives: emerging contaminants, climate
change adaptation (Executive Order #569), energy
efficiency and renewable generation support for water
infrastructure, quality assurance management plan,
environmental justice efforts

Scientific Expertise
Office of Research and Standards
Provides scientific expertise to
MassDEP in environmental health,
toxicology, standard setting, ecological and
human health risk assessment, chemistry and
statistics
Supports Bureau specific and cross media work
Leads emerging contaminant workgroup
Coordinates agency meetings with Dept. of Public
Health

Laboratory Support for the Agency


Wall Experiment Station / Division of
Environmental Laboratory Sciences
One of the first environmental/public health
laboratories in the nation (founded in 1887)
Lab Certification program for drinking water
analysis
Advanced capability to analyze materials for our
monitoring programs (air and water) and the
Strike Force, including fish tissue, wastewater,
industrial compounds, and more.

BPE Contacts
Ann.Lowery @state.ma.us
Assistant Commissioner 617 292-5846

C. Mark.Smith @state.ma.us
Director, Office of Research and Standards 617 292 5509

Oscar.Pancorbo @state.ma.us
Laboratory Director, Wall Experiment Station 978 242 1314

Michael.DiBara @state.ma.us
Energy Project Manager 508 767 2885

Deneen.Simpson @state.ma.us
Environmental Justice Director/Program Manager 617 292 5906

Bureau of Air and Waste


BAW Mission Statement
Protect and enhance the public health and environment of the Commonwealth by:
Ensuring that wastes, emissions, and the use of toxics are prevented to the
maximum extent possible;
Reducing risks from wastes and emissions by ensuring their safe management and
control;
Ensuring that disposal is a last resort, and that disposal does not endanger public
health or the environment; and
Collecting data about the sources of waste and emissions, their environmental
quality, and management, and making this data accessible to the public as
efficiently and effectively as possible.

BAW is committed to accomplishing this mission through service, continuous


improvement, collaboration, innovation, valuing our work force, holistic thinking,
integrated and responsible actions, consistency, openness.

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BAW - Bureau of Air and Waste


Christine Kirby
Acting Assistant
Commissioner BAW

Policy and Communication


Vacant
Deputy Assistant Commissioner

Business Compliance and


Recycling Division
Greg Cooper
Division Director

Air and Climate Division


Christine Kirby
Division Director

Business Reporting, Data


and Fiscal Operations
Division
Winnie Prendergast
Division Director

Bureau of Air and Waste


Air and Climate Division
Provide Healthy Air and Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions
Air Planning, Permitting, and Assessment Unit
Implement Federal and Massachusetts Clean Air Acts
Support Permitting of Stationary Sources of Air Pollution
Maintain Air Monitoring Network

Transportation Unit - reduce criteria pollutants and greenhouse gases from


mobile sources
Climate Strategies Group - develop and implements programs to reduce
greenhouse gas emissions, support the Global Warming Solutions Act.

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Bureau of Air and Waste


Business Compliance and Recycling Division

Oversee solid and hazardous waste regulations, policy and


guidance
Oversee financial and technical assistance programs to
advance municipal and commercial recycling
Manage statewide Underground Storage Tank program
Coordinate regional enforcement efforts and implement
self certification programs for smaller sources of pollution
Implement departments responsibilities under Toxics Use
Reduction program training, reporting and enforcement
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Bureau of Air and Waste


Business Reporting, Data Management
and Fiscal Operations Division
Manage fiscal, reporting and data operations of every
BAW program.
Facilitates program productivity - providing vital
information management, business reporting and
contracting support for every program
Provide accurate, maintained and easily available program
information

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BAW Contacts
Christine.Kirby@state.ma.us
Acting Assistant Commissioner 617 556 1020

Greg.Cooper @state.ma.us
Division Director
617 292 5988

Winifred.Prendergast @state.ma.us
Division Director
617 292 5596

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Panel Discussion
Moderator: David Young, CDM Smith
MassDEP Panelists:

Beth Card, Policy and Planning


Gary Moran, Operations & Env. Compliance
Ann Lowery, Bureau of Planning & Evaluation
Douglas Fine, Bureau of Water Resources
Paul Locke, Bureau of Waste Site Cleanup
Christine Kirby, Bureau of Air and Waste
Ben Ericson, General Counsel

Environmental Business Council of New England


Energy Environment Economy

EBC Program Series with MassDEP Leadership

Commissioner Suuberg and the


Headquarters Leadership Team