Have You Revised Your Contracts to Reflect New Jersey’s Amended Environmental Laws?


Have You Revised Your Contracts to Reflect New Jersey’s Amended Environmental Laws?

by John M. Scagnelli

The Site Remediation Reform Act (SRRA) dramatically overhauled the way contaminated sites are remediated in New Jersey. Therefore, it is important for New Jersey businesses to revise their standard agreements to reflect those changes.

As we discussed last week, starting May 7, 2012, a New Jersey Licensed Site Remediation Professional (LSRP) must be hired to conduct all environmental remediation work in the State of New Jersey, for both new and existing cases. In addition, the SRRA implemented several other changes to the state’s remediation process...

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