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Technical Consultation

The Department has established a process to allow Licensed Site Remediation Professionals (LSRPs) and remediating parties to consult with experienced DEP staff to ask site specific technical questions.  This process will not be used to address regulatory or administrative issues such as timeframes, fee, forms or extensions.

Technical Consultation sessions will be held via conference call or face-to-face meetings to discuss technical issues related to the remediation of a site.  These consultations will assist compliance with the Department’s applicable Site Remediation rule requirements and technical guidance.  

What do you have to do?

Contact the following individuals to set up a Technical Consultation for your site:

Ground water issues:  

MaryAnne Kuserk at 609-984-4421
MaryAnne.Kuserk@dep.nj.gov

Impact to Ground Water (IGW) framework & site specific options  

Swati Toppin at 609-777-1950
Swati.Toppin@dep.nj.gov

IGW Fate & Transport Models  

Paul Sanders at 609-292-9998
Paul.Sanders@dep.nj.gov

Remedial Action Permits:   Wayne Howitz at 609-984-1351
Wayne.Howitz@dep.nj.gov
Soil contamination and other technical issues:  

Kevin Schick at 609-984-1825
Kevin.Schick@dep.nj.gov

Laboratory analysis and QA/QC issues:  

Greg Toffoli at 609-633-2356
Greg.Toffoli@dep.nj.gov

For questions about general technical questions or Technical Guidance please go to SRP Contacts to find individuals listed by topic.

Email the DEP contact person a summary of the issue prior to the Technical Support session.

What should you have prepared?

At your Technical Consultation conference call or meeting, you will be responsible to provide all maps, data tables and other information necessary to present your questions to DEP technical staff. 

Please note that any recommendations provided by the Department during a Technical Consultation session will not be considered “Department approval” of any proposal or plan.