On behalf of <party responsible for remediation>, I am writing to inform you that we will soon begin work to <investigate and/or clean up> environmental contamination at <site name and address, tax block and lot>. The work will be done under rules established by the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (DEP), which has assigned it case number <case number>.
The <investigation and/or clean up> is prompted by the presence of <contaminant(s)/description(s) of contaminants>, which has/have been found in the <affected environmental medium/media>. Our work will involve (description of work to be conducted).
During the course of the work, we will provide you with periodic updates about our progress. A copy of any and all of our reports regarding the work will also be made available to <name of municipality/municipalities> officials, upon request. Should you have any questions regarding the work, you can contact me directly at <phone number> and I will be happy to answer any questions you may have. In addition, you may contact the Licensed Site Remediation Professional of record <LSRP’s Name> by <Contact Information for LSRP>.
This notification is being provided to you as a public service. We hope the work we are doing will progress smoothly and, in the end, restore the property as a valuable asset to the neighborhood. In the meantime, we appreciate your concerns and your patience and pledge to conduct our work efficiently and as responsible members of the community.
<Personal representative of the remediating party>