A number of guideline documents have been prepared to assist owners or operators in preparing Class I no migration petition demonstrations.You may need a PDF reader to view some of the files on this page. See EPA’s About PDF page to learn more.
EPA Region 6 UIC Land Ban Petition Application Guideline (PDF)(18 pp, 58 K,
This document provides information on the general requirements for no migration petitions submitted to an EPA Region to satisfy the regulations at 40 CFR Part 148.
Introductory Letter for Class I No Migration Petition Crosswalk Letter (PDF)(1 pg, 69 K,
February 27, 2014)
The letter describes EPA review of Class I no migration petitions and introduces a crosswalk designed to assist petitioners in submitting the correct information and streamline EPA review.
Crosswalk for UIC Land Ban Petition Review (PDF)(32 pp, 388 K,
This document is a fillable crosswalk intended to assist Class I operators preparing no migration petitions and to streamline EPA review of information submitted.
NO MIGRATION PETITION REISSUANCE SUBMITTAL (PDF)(4 pp, 14 K,
January 14, 1998)
This document provides a general list of items that an operator should submit or consider when submitting a petition reissuance to EPA Region 6 for review.
Current Region 6 Land Ban Health Based Limit Guideline (PDF)(24 pp, 669 K,
This document provides information needed for no migration demonstration modeling
UIC Pressure Falloff Testing Guideline (PDF)(29 pp, 115 K,
August 8, 2002)
This guideline has been developed by the Region 6 office of the EPA to assist operators in planning and conducting falloff tests and preparing the annual monitoring report.
Common Deficiencies/Issues in Recent Petition Applications to Region 6 (PDF)(5 pp, 16 K,
This document is intended to assist Class I no migration petitioners. Common petition application deficiencies are identified.
EPA Region 6 Modeling Strategy for UIC No Migration Petitions (PDF)(1 pg, 107 K,
This document provides information on the general requirements for modeling strategies for UIC no migration petitions submitted to EPA Region 6.