If you have a site in New Jersey that was contaminated on or before May 7, 1999, you are required by the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection to complete a Remedial Investigation of the Site.
Sites that are affected must meet the following criteria:
- “All discharges/contaminated areas of concern (CAOCs) at the site where the contamination was identified on or before May 7, 1999”; and
- “All discharges/CAOCs at the site where the contamination should have been identified due to an obligation to complete a preliminary assessment and/or site investigation on or before May 7, 1999, pursuant to the Industrial Site Recovery Act Rules (N.J.A.C. 7:26B), the Underground Storage of Hazardous Substances Rules (N.J.A.C. 7:14B), an Administrative or Court Order, Remediation Agreement, or a Spill Act Directive.“
During the Remedial Investigation, the following must be determined:
- What was discharged and to what extent for both on site and off-site;
- Impacts of the discharge; and
- Determination if there is a need for remedial action
Our Licensed Site Remediation Professional (LSRP), Rick Shoyer, and his team can help you determine if your site is affected by the regulation and can assist with the regulatory process. Contact Rick or the other team members to help you with your site issues.