TRC

New Jersey Licensed Site Remediation Professional (LSRP) Services

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Working with clients to develop site-specific solutions to minimize business impacts while complying with environmental regulations in a cost-effective manner.  

New Jersey’s Site Remediation Reform Act (SRRA) requires parties responsible for the cleanup of sites where environmental discharges have occurred to investigate and remediate the contamination. In accordance with SRRA, a New Jersey- LSRP must be retained to oversee the investigation and remediation, and document that the property has been remediated in a manner that is protective of human health and the environment and compliant with New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP) regulations and guidance. TRC also utilizes Mobile Data Solutions, a platform eliminates the need to handle the same data multiple times, for data collection, management, and reporting system when completing environmental field sampling programs. Measurements are entered by the sampler directly into a mobile device that is then transmitted to TRC’s office personnel. 

TRC is one of the most experienced and respected site remediation firms in New Jersey with 13 LSRPs, as well as numerous licensed and certified remediation engineers, scientists and specialists. TRC has successfully closed many sites via the issuance of Response Action Outcomes (RAOs), which document that sites have been cleaned up in accordance with applicable NJDEP regulations.

TRC’s New Jersey Site Remediation Practice is led by two former NJDEP Bureau Chiefs who helped develop and administer New Jersey’s Site Remediation Programs along with several other key staff members who have worked for the NJDEP or the United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA).  In addition, one of our LSRPs has been appointed to the NJDEP’s Science Advisory Board.  

TRC’s LSRPs and environmental professionals actively participate on NJDEP technical advisory committees that develop and revise the technical guidance and regulations that remediating parties are required to follow. Our LSRPs can help you navigate the complex web of statutes, regulations, and technical guidance administered by the NJDEP’s Site Remediation Program.  TRC can provide the follow services:


Regulatory Compliance

  • Site Remediation Reform Act (SRRA)
  • Industrial Site Recovery Act (ISRA)
  • Spill Compensation and Control Act (Spill Act)
  • Brownfield and Contaminated Site Remediation Act (Brownfields Act)
  • Administrative Requirements for the Remediation of Contaminated Sites (ARRCS)
  • Technical Requirements for Site Remediation (TRSR)
  • Underground Storage of Hazardous Substances (UST)
  • Remediation Funding Source and Financial Assurance Estimates and Certification
  • Remedial Action Permit Protectiveness Certification
  • Childcare Facility Certification  

Site Characterization

  • Soil and Ground Water Investigations
  • Contaminant Fate and Transport Modeling
  • Receptor Evaluation
  • Vapor Intrusion Investigation and Mitigation
  • Ecological Evaluation and Risk Assessment
  • Treatability/Pilot and Feasibility Studies
  • Compliance Averaging
  • Data Management and Visualization Services
  • Alternative and Clean Fill Evaluations  

Remediation and Site Closure


Permitting

  • Wetlands and Flood Hazard Areas
  • Remediation of Environmentally Sensitive Areas
  • Discharge to Surface Water and Ground Water (including Permit By Rule)
  • Treatment Works Approval Applications
  • Soil and Ground Water Remedial Action Permits
  • Beneficial Use Determination and Permitting
  • Linear Construction Projects  

Property Transaction Support

  • Due Diligence
  • Preliminary Assessment Reports and Phase I Environmental Site Assessments
  • Remedial Cost Estimation

Litigation Support

  • Strategy Development
  • Forensic Evaluation
  • Expert Reports
  • Liability and Cost Allocation
  • Mediation and Arbitration Support
  • Expert Testimony/Expert Witness
  • CERCLA/Superfund Allocation