The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP) Licensed Site Remediation Program (LSRP) is one in which experienced environmental professionals are certified to guide and control the remediation of contaminated sites to completion with minimal or no NJDEP oversight. Codified under the Site Remediation Reform Act (SRRA) N.J.S.A. 58:10C-1, with new regulations in the Administrative Requirements for the Remediation of Contaminated Sites (AARCS) N.J.A.C. 7:26C., the program is modeled after the LSP and LEP programs in MA and CT, respectively. The program went in to effect on May 7, 2012 and there are approximately 550 permanently licensed LSRPs. Anyone responsible for conducting remediation of a site shall be required to hire a LSRP unless their site is under direct supervision of the NJDEP. Remediation is used as a general term for activities from a Preliminary Assessment through actual Remedial Action.
LSRPs are typically environmental professionals with at least eight (*) years of site remediation experience; at least 5-years must be in NJ. They are generally professional engineers and geologist who work for environmental consulting firms in and outside NJ. They are required to pass a written exam to obtaian permanent license.
Equity Environmental Engineering LLC permanent LSRPs:
Peter Jaran, P.E., LSRP: Peter is also a Professional Engineer in NJ, NY and AL. He was previously a NJ Cleanup Star and Subsurface Evaluator. Peter has 30 years of environmental engineering and consulting experience, most of it here in NJ. Mr. Jaran is also the founder of Equity Environmental Engineering LLC.
Christopher C. Langewisch, LSRP: Mr. Langewisch is a senior project manager with 29 years of professional experience. He has managed more than 500 projects including brownfields redevelopment, underground storage tank closures and remediation, Industrial Site Recovery Act (ISRA) compliance, as well as remediation and regulatory compliance under the Site Remediation Reform Act (SRRA).
Union, NJ — Issued a site wide RAO for a manufacturing facility that contained 14 Areas of Concern (AOCs) that had been remediated.
Stanhope, NJ — Providing LSRP services and implementing a Remedial Action (RA) for a former manufacturing property. The project includes:
Newark, NJ — Providing LSRP services and managing the Remedial Investigation (RI) of a former gasoline station. The project included:
Raritan Township, NJ — Providing consulting and LSRP services to complete an ongoing investigation of gasoline spill at their police fueling station. The project includes:
Netcong, NJ — Conducted a Preliminary Assessment and oversaw the Site Investigation for the proposed child care facility.