Wednesday, January 22, 2014
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie yesterday signed A-4543/S-3075, legislation that, under certain circumstances, grants Licensed Site Remediation Professionals until May 7, 2016
to complete the remedial investigation of contaminated sites.
The legislation requires that applications for an extension be submitted to the Department
of Environmental Protection by March 7, 2014
For more on the legislation see: LSRP site-cleanup extension bill awaits Christie's review.
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