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January 10, 2022 - [EXTERNAL]: Reminder - Mandatory electronic submission of
Unregulated Heating Oil Tank (UHOT) forms, applications, and documents
and online payment of fees

From: NJ Department of Environmental Protection NJDEP@public.govdelivery.com
To: NJDEP@public.govdelivery.com
Date & Time: 1/10/2022 10:47:00 AM
Subject [EXTERNAL]: Reminder - Mandatory electronic submission of Unregulated Heating Oil Tank (UHOT) forms, applications, and documents and online payment of fees

[EXTERNAL]: Reminder - Mandatory electronic submission of Unregulated Heating Oil Tank (UHOT) forms, applications, and documents and online payment of fees

The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (Department) is sending this listserv as a reminder that in accordance with N.J.A.C. 7:26F-7.3(c), electronic submission of Unregulated Heating Oil Tank (UHOT) forms, applications, and documents will become mandatory on January 16, 2022. This affects UHOT Remedial Action Reports (including required laboratory data reports and any other required documentation), UHOT On-Scene Coordinator Discharge Authorization, UHOT Permit by Rule, and UHOT Amended NFA requests. The Department will no longer accept these forms, applications, and documents on paper after that date.

Additional information regarding this mandatory electronic submission and availability of online payment of fees can be found in the October 26, 2021 Department's listserv "Electronic submission of Unregulated Heating Oil Tank (UHOT) forms, applications, and documents and online payment of fees" at: https://www.nj.gov/dep/srp/srra/listserv_archives/2021/202110_26_srra.html.


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