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|From:||NJ Department of Environmental Protection NJDEP@public.govdelivery.com|
|Date & Time:||12/16/2021 10:12:00 AM|
|Subject||[EXTERNAL]: Clarification of Remedial Action Completed Date - updated RAR Online service available January 4, 2022|
[EXTERNAL]: Clarification of Remedial Action Completed Date - updated RAR Online service available January 4, 2022
The DataMiner Case Tracking Tool Report currently reflects that the Remedial Action is complete after the final Remedial Action Report (RAR) is filed for a case ("Remedial Action Completed for All CAOCs"). However, pursuant to N.J.A.C. 7:26E-5.8(a), the Remediation is not complete until the final Response Action Outcome (RAO) is issued.
Therefore, to avoid continued confusion related to this issue, the following three questions about the date that the remedial action was completed will be removed from the online service on January 4, 2022.
In the RAR service, the first two questions will be replaced with:
The third question regarding the date the Remedial Action was complete for all contaminated AOCs will be restated and moved from the RAR service to the upcoming RAO online service. The upcoming RAO service will include the question 'Are there any outstanding contaminated AOCs associated with the case (LSR Activity) where a final remediation document has not been filed?' If the LSRP answers 'No' to this question, they will then provide the date the last RAO was issued, closing out any remaining contaminated AOCs:
After the changes are made in the RAR online service, the "Remedial Action Completed for All CAOCs" date in the DataMiner Case Tracking Tool Report will be populated with the issuance date of the final RAO for the case.
Please note: any RAR services that are in progress will be removed on January 3, 2022 upon rollout of these new questions. Users with RAR services started and in progress before the changes are made have until 5:00 PM January 3, 2022, to complete and submit the service. If an RAR service cannot be completed before this time, it should not be started until after January 3.
Questions regarding this change to the online service should be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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