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LSRP

Envirotactics can satisfy your Licensed Site Remediation Professional (LSRP) needs and oversee projects per the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection’s (NJDEP’s) November 3, 2009 Site Remediation and Reform Act (SRRA).  Per the NJDEP’s May 7, 2012 deadline, all responsible parties are now required to hire LSRPs for remediation and cleanup oversight.  An assigned LSRP must notify the NJDEP in writing within 15 days of retention or dismissal.

Under the SRRA, N.J.S.A. 58.10C-1 et seq., and Executive Order #140 a law was implemented which changed the way in which sites are remediated in New Jersey.  LSRPs are now taking over the NJDEP’s responsibility and authority to oversee investigation and cleanup of contaminated sites while ensuring projects have met all NJDEP approvals and mandatory timeframes.  The main purpose of the LSRP program is to cut down on the NJDEP’s backlog of site remediation cases and revitalize site redevelopment by streamlining the review of environmental reports.

SRRA requires that the LSRP must comply with all remediation statutes and rules and consider guidance when making remediation decisions while overseeing projects.  The NJDEP will monitor progress of the remediation and the actions of LSRPs by requiring the submittal of forms and reports as remediation milestones are reached.  Remediation milestones consist of, but are not limited to:  site investigations, remedial investigations, remedial action workplans, etc.  Upon the completion of remediation of a site, LSRPs can issue Response Action Outcomes (RAOs) which are the equivalent to the NJDEP’s prior, and no longer being issued, No Further Action (NFA) letters.

Envirotactics has approved and experienced staff implementing the LSRP program.  Chris Neuffer, President of Envirotactics and LSRP # 577039, has over 23 years of experience in the environmental field performing, preparing, and reviewing environmental site assessments, site investigations and implementation of remediation technologies.  As a former employee of the NJDEP, Mr. Neuffer has a strong knowledge of State and Federal laws, regulations.  Mr. Neuffer also possesses a Bachelor’s degree in Industrial Engineering and a Masters of Environmental Science degree.