The Site Remediation Reform Act (SRRA) made sweeping changes to the way contaminated sites are remediated in New Jersey. Among those changes, SRRA establishes a program for the licensing of Licensed Site Remediation Professionals (LSRPs) who will now oversee environmental investigation and cleanup in New Jersey.
Several of the deadlines associated with the SSRA’s new requirements have recently passed or are quickly approaching. Therefore, if you are in any way responsible for the cleanup of a contaminated site, now is the time to act.
The deadlines for filing Receptor Evaluations was March 1, 2012, and the deadline for retaining a Licensed Site Remediation Professional is May 7, 2012. These are the first of the “mandatory” remediation time frames mandated by the SRRA.
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