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Site Remediation Compliance Notifications

Site Remediation will post Compliance Notices on this web page. The purpose of these Compliance Notices will be to inform the regulated community of upcoming enforcement initiatives, and the steps that can be taken to ensure that a site is in compliance with applicable site remediation statutes and regulations.

  • Post-No Further Action Compliance Notice for Cases Requiring a Remedial Action Permit (May 2, 2022) - updated to include applicable fees for Fiscal Year 2023

    This Compliance Notice reminds businesses and individuals who have received a DEP-issued Limited Restricted or Restricted Use No Further Action letter prior to May 7, 2012 of their obligation to apply for and receive the required soil or ground water remedial action permit, pursuant to 58:10C-19b. Steps on how to come into compliance are outlined, along with the associated fees. The Department encourages parties responsible for maintaining engineering and institutional controls to come into compliance before penalties are issued.

    • DataMiner report - Cases Requiring Remedial Action Permits

      The "Cases Requiring Remedial Action Permits" report on DataMiner compiles sites that are out-of-compliance with applying for, and receiving a RAP. The report titled "Biennial Certifications Overdue" is helpful in determining compliance with biennial certification reporting.