DARRP's Southeast Region covers North Carolina to Texas and also includes
Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands. DARRP staff work with remedial agencies,
co-trustees, and responsible parties to protect and restore NOAA trust
resources injured by releases of hazardous materials and oil.
Download the DARRP Cases KML file.
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Open Geospatial Consortium
Active Cases are cases that DARRP is currently focusing on, taking into account budget constraints, the potential threat to
NOAA resources and benefits from NOAA's involvement, the status and/or momentum of the case, or other reasons.
Inactive Cases are cases that DARRP is not currently working on, either due to completion of remediation and/or restoration,
higher priority of other cases, resource/funding limitations, or other reasons.
Every year, oil and toxic chemicals from ships, pipelines, and hazardous waste sites contaminate our nation's coastal waters. Ships also run aground on coral reefs and sea-grass beds, harming valuable habitat. The cases featured here are displayed to provide a snapshot of DARRP's activities across the region.