Navigating New Jersey Site Remediation Direct Oversight
Heather Demirjian will be presenting at the Licensed Site Remediation Professional Association’s “Navigating New Jersey Site Remediation Direct Oversite” course on September 26th.
The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection is authorized under certain conditions in the Site Remediation Reform Act to undertake Direct Oversight of a portion of a site, condition, or an entire site remediation. The Administrative Requirements for the Remediation of Contaminated Sites, N.J.A.C. 7:26C -14, provides the specific compulsory triggers for Direct Oversight as well as discretionary triggers and criteria the Department will evaluate when considering Direct Oversight.
This 3-hour course will provide environmental practitioners with important information on how to best navigate Direct Oversight.
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