Excel retains seven experienced Licensed Site Remediation Professionals (LSRPs) with the expertise to autonomously and confidently design and implement even the most complex environmentally-challenged property.
The 2009 Site Remediation Reform Act (SRRA) brought sweeping changes to the environmental compliance process in NJ. Under SRRA, LSRPs are responsible for the oversight of environmental investigation and cleanup from start to finish. The LSRP ensures that the work is conducted in accordance with NJDEP regulations and technical guidance.
Effective May 7, 2012, all site remediation projects are required to retain a LSRP and comply with SRRA with few exceptions. Since prior NJDEP review and approval is no longer required for much of the environmental compliance process, the LSRP is able to guide the project through the remediation process in a much shorter timeframe. Upon completion, the LSRP certifies the work and issues a Response Action Outcome (RAO) which, under SRRA, is analogous to a No Further Action (NFA) letter issued by the NJDEP.
While this changed the regulatory process, SRRA kept the same stringent standards required for cleanup and Excel has adapted to the regulatory reforms with regular attendance at SRRA/LSRP workshops, status update sessions and NJDEP roundtables, and provided input on key regulatory documents.
Excel will conduct a complete project review to determine how your projects are affected and provide technical and strategic consultation to ensure success.
Our goal? Ensuring that you achieve first-time compliance and complete your investigation and remediation projects in the fastest possible timeframe and at the lowest possible cost by taking full advantage of the benefits afforded by the LSRP program. Call us today.