Licensed Site Remediation Professionals (LSRP)
Certified Environmental offers free consultations to anybody including property owners, attorneys, developers, and property investors.
The State of New Jersey privatized contaminated site remediation/investigation with the Site Remediation Reform Act (SRRA) of 2009. Rather than have a NJDEP case manager oversee remediation projects in New Jersey, SRRA allows property owners to hire a Licensed Site Remediation Professional (LSRP) to oversee and perform all necessary remediation and issue a Response Action Outcome (RAO) that has taken the place of No Further Action (NFA) letters formerly issued by the NJDEP for non-residential properties.
Certified Environmental has an LSRP on staff that can deal with any NJDEP issues that you may have. The LSRP can navigate through complex technical and regulatory issues to help you maintain compliance with state laws and move your project toward final closure.
Upon project completion, Certified Environmental’s LSRP will issue a Response Action Outcome.
Link to SRRA:
If you are purchasing or refinancing a property, especially commercial property, you must perform basic due diligence inspections including a Phase I Environmental Site Assessment to determine any potential environmental liabilities associated with the property. We will review all public records associated with the property back to the time it was initially developed to determine all uses of the property that may be of concern since initial development.
Know what you are buying, allow us to provide you with a comprehensive Phase I report to assist in your negotiations and allow you to make an informed decision on your purchase.
Our Phase I investigation/report complies with ASTM E1527-13. We perform Phase I investigations in New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania.
Child Care Facilities
Certified Environmental’s LSRP will perform a Preliminary Assessment and complete all necessary documentation to satisfy the environmental regulations for those wishing to open a child care facility in New Jersey.
Industrial Site Recovery Act (ISRA)
Some facilities in New Jersey with certain North American Classification System (NAICS) codes are subject to ISRA. Common ways the ISRA law is triggered occur when a business ceases operations and/or transfers ownership. Certified Environmental can assist in determining the applicability of ISRA to ensure compliance with state laws as well as assist in navigating the ISRA process.
Link to NJDEP ISRA page: