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Posted on: December 27, 2023

DEP Assistance Questionaire

DEP has provided a questionaire to help residents determine if DEP can provide any assistance.

If you answered YES to any of these questions, give the Maine DEP a call and have a Responder come and look at your situation.  There is no cost for Maine DEP to visit your home.  Maine DEP has Responders staged Statewide ready to assist. Because of the impact of this storm, please understand that it may take a little extra time for Responders to get to where you are. When speaking to dispatch at the number above, provide detailed information and MDEP Responders will help.  Long term exposure to oil can be bad for your health.  Oil that isn’t cleaned up properly can damage the environment.  The Maine DEP has funding that may help pay for the cleanup of oil in your home or on your property.  The Maine DEP crews and resources to help you dispose of oily debris that, if not properly disposed of, can affect you, your neighbors, and the environment.

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