|(a) After signing a voluntary cleanup agreement, the participant
shall prepare and submit to the Site Remediation Section the work plans and
reports required by the agreement.
(b) The Site Remediation Section shall review and evaluate
the work plans and reports for accuracy, quality, and completeness. The Site
Remediation Section may approve or not approve a voluntary cleanup work plan
or report. If the Site Remediation Section does not approve a work plan or
report, the Site Remediation Section shall, within the deadline established
by the Voluntary Cleanup Agreement, notify the participant of the specific
additional information or commitments needed to obtain approval.
(c) At any time during the evaluation of a work plan or report,
the Site Remediation Section may request additional or corrected information.
(d) After considering future land use, the Site Remediation
Section may approve work plans and reports submitted under this section that
do not require cleanup or removal of all contaminants at a site if the partial
response actions for the property:
(1) will be completed in a manner that protects human health
and the environment;
(2) will not cause, contribute, or exacerbate discharges, releases,
or threatened releases that are not required to be cleaned up or removed under
the work plan; and
(3) will not interfere with or substantially increase the cost
of response actions to address any remaining contaminants.