NJDEP has announced that new online services will allow persons to file Remedial Action Workplans and Forms, and the Remedial Action Report and Form electronically. Use of these Online Services is currently not mandatory. Pursuant to the Administrative Requirements for the Remediation of Contaminated Sites [N.J.A.C. 7:26C-1.6(c)], use of these Online Services will become mandatory 90 days after NJDEP publishes a notice in the New Jersey Register stating that the Online Services are available. Until such time, either the Online Service or paper Form may be submitted. NJDEP is also replacing the previous Authorization form (“Authorization to Submit the Remedial Investigation Report through NJDEP Online”) with a new form entitled “Authorization To Submit RIR, RAW, or RAR through NJDEP Online.” This new Authorization form should be used for all future submittals using one of these three Online Services. Lastly, NJDEP is updating the Receptor Evaluation Form to reflect that the form is to be “attached to the Cover/Certification Form if not submitted through a Remedial Phase Online Service.”
by VSK Law GroupDecember 5, 2016 Blog, Media Room0 comments
David J. Singer, Esq. Lectured at Rutgers
Today, David J. Singer, Esq. will be delivering a lecture on the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA) and the New Jersey Spill Compensation and Control Act to Environmental Law & Policy students at Rutgers University.