Hazardous Material Investigation Bureau
In an effort to minimize the risk of regulatory enforcement against the NMDOT, cost overruns, and in support of worker safety, the Hazardous Materials Investigation Bureau (HMIB) maintains four programs:
The Hazardous Materials Investigation Program – the HMIB identifies and assesses hazardous material-related conditions for their impact on NMDOT construction projects.
The Underground Storage Tank Remediation Program – the HMIB manages the monitoring and remediation of fuel releases on properties owned by the Department.
Technical Assistance Program – the HMIB offers regulatory and investigation assistance to NMDOT offices on non-project related concerns.
TLPA Assistance Program – Provides investigation guidance to municipalities and tribal governments for their own transportation projects.
For assistance, please contact:
Audrey Moore, Bureau Manager
Larry Kemp, UST Remediation Program Manager
Monica Stefanoff, Geoscientist
Hazardous Materials Permit
- Please note: The transportation of hazardous materials does not require a permit however trucks are required to display a placard for the material or materials they are transporting. Placards and paper work may be inspected at the ports of entry by the Department of Public Safety.