Client Alert: Process for Remediating Contaminated Sites in New Jersey Set to Change


On February 6, 2012, the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP) advised that Responsible Parties (RPs) who are remediating contaminated sites in New Jersey under Administrative Consent Orders (ACOs) or Remediation Agreement (RAs) with the Department are required to hire New Jersey Licensed Site Remediation Professionals (LSRPs) by May 7, 2012 to conduct environmental remediation under the ACOs or RAs. After the LSRP is hired, NJDEP will hold in abeyance all requirements of the ACOs and RAs that relate to obtaining the Department’s pre-approval of reports, work plans, progress reports, and ACO and RA specific time frames...

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