MPCA Remediation Sites

This dataset represents the locations, classifications, and physical characteristics of remediation activities carried out by the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency. The locations represent leak clean up, emergency response, petroleum brownfields, non-petroleum brownfields (Voluntary Investigation and Cleanup), Superfund, RCRA, integrated remediation and site assessment sites.<br/><br/>The geodatabase, env_remediation_sites.gdb, contains two related datasets: (1) the <a href="">remediation_sites</a> point feature class, which has one record for each remediation site, and (2) the <a href="">spatial_rem_activity</a> table, which contains one record for each MPCA effort to investigate contamination at a site. The two datasets can be related using the ITEM_ID. In most cases, there will be one record in spatial_rem_activity for each record in remediation_sites. However, reopened leak sites may have multiple records in spatial_rem_activity for a single site, and CERCLIS/SEMS sites where the EPA was the lead agency may have zero records in spatial_rem_activity. The spatial_rem_activity table only exists in the file geodatabase format of this dataset.

Additional Info

Field Value
dsCurrentRef These data are refreshed daily and pushed out to the Minnesota GDRS and the Minnesota Geospatial Commons.
dsModifiedDate 2024-05-27 23:54:38
dsOriginator Minnesota Pollution Control Agency
dsPurpose The attributes and locations of remediation sites provide information and context to support decisions on environmental cleanup, emergency management, and maintaining environmental quality. These data are intended to inform environmental research and public inquiries.
gdrsDsGuid {b254564b-6d2b-401c-9cd1-cb9212b52ea6}
spatial {"type":"Polygon","coordinates":[[[-97.23, 43.5],[-97.23, 49.37], [-89.53, 49.37], [-89.53, 43.5], [-97.23, 43.5]]]}

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