Leaking underground storage tanks
Oversight responsibility for investigations and clean-up of releases from underground storage tanks was transferred from the Santa Clara Valley Water District to the Santa Clara County Department of Environmental Health as of July 1, 2004. DEH files on leaking underground storage tanks have been transferred to the State Water Resources Control Board's GeoTracker database. For more information, see the County's file review page.
Solvent and toxic release cases
Solvent and toxic release sites in Santa Clara County are primarily regulated by the following Agencies:
- San Francisco Bay Regional Water Quality Control Board (Case data available through GeoTracker)
- California Department of Toxic Substances Control (Case data available through EnviroStor)
- United States Environmental Protection Agency (Case data for Superfund sites available through EPA)
- Central Coast Regional Water Quality Control Board (Case data available through GeoTracker)
The Santa Clara Valley Water District provides peer review to regulatory agencies on hazardous material release cases that pose the greatest threat to groundwater resources.
View historic solvent case files
Some historic solvent case files are available online. Please note, these files are not maintained by the district. For complete case files, including the most recently submitted reports, contact the regulatory agency overseeing the case. Use the search tool at the bottom of this page to view historic files. If you have questions, please contact George Cook at (408) 630-2964 or submit a Public Records request.
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