Last Updated on September 20, 2021
The Site Remediation Reform Act, passed by the NJ Legislature in 2009, was designed to get contaminated sites in the state cleaned up. The NJDEP handed part of the oversight of cleanup projects to state certified Licensed Site Remediation Professionals (LSRP). The NJDEP still reviews the paperwork and final report submitted by the LSRP. However, starting on May 7, 2016 contaminated sites are now required to have a remedial investigation performed before remediation can begin. For more information and how this change can affect you as a business owner read this article.