Responsible Parties and their LSRPs Now Obligated to Respond to Public Inquiries

By Lawrence F. Jacobs |   Jan. 16, 2013

Under the “traditional” site remediation program, New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP) responded to inquiries asking for the status of an investigation/cleanup of a site because it had all the information necessary to do so at its disposal. That is no longer the case. Under the Licensed Site Remediation Professional (LSRP) remediation program, and pursuant to the Administrative Requirements for the Remediation of Contaminated Sites (ARRCS), N.J.A.C. 7:26C-1.7(o), the person responsible for conducting the remediation (RP) is required to respond to public inquiries either received by them directly or received by NJDEP. Further, according to NJDEP’s policy it will direct inquiries from the public, press and elected officials to both the RP and LSRP or in certain circumstances just to the LSRP. Therefore, RPs should establish a process with their LSRPs to respond to these public inquires to ensure timely and coordinated responses and to ensure that confidential or proprietary information is not released.

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Topics : LSRP, Legislation, Regulation, Compliance, Contamination, NJDEP, Redevelopment, Remediation, Licensed Site Remediation Professional | 0 Comments Read More

Site Remediation Reform Act Evolution

By Jeffrey W. Cappola |   Nov. 26, 2012

Although SRRA seems to be thorough and well written, there will be amendments to laws that were not anticipated or addressed in the legislative process that could be problematic for persons remediating property.

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Topics : LSRP, Legislation, Compliance, SRRA, NJDEP, Remediation, Licensed Site Remediation Professional | 0 Comments Read More

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