- Feb. 13, 2020
-- In the last few months the NJDEP has been issuing "Notice Of Violation" and" Offer of Settlement" letters to property owners who failed to comply with the NJDEP's remediation regulatory and statutory regulations regarding timeframes and compliance to the NJDEP's "Direct Oversite". This NJDEP letter also has proposed settlement requirements and fines. Non Compliance to the NJDEP letter could also trigger additional fines exceeding $ 25,000 per day. Most these letter are also for other issues of non compliance to Site Remediation Reform Act, N.J.S.A. 7;26C-3.3(a)
4. Environmental Systems can help the property owner navigate through the difficult maze of laws and compliance regulations. Also Environmental Systems LSRP's can provide compliance with the NJDEP's Direct Oversite requirements for providing comprehensive Remedial Action Plans and detailed cost estimates. Improper cost estimates could make the NJDEP require a larger NJDEP financial assurance amount to be held by the NJDEP until after successful cleanup of the property. Environmental Systems has over 25 years of compliance with NJDEP ' Notice of Violations and Compliance to NJDEP " Direct Oversite" . ESI staff would happy to review any NJDEP documentation for free and provide a no cost NJDEP compliance estimate to any NJ property owner.
To obtain additional information contact Environmental Systems at 732-892-8707 or visit our website at www.allenvirosystem.com