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July 13, 2017 - [SRRA]: Checklists and Helpful Hints now available for Remedial Action Permit Applications

From: owner-srra@listserv.state.nj.us; on behalf of; SRRA <SRRA@dep.nj.gov>
To: srra@listserv.state.nj.us
Date & Time: 7/13/2017 9:30 AM
Subject [SRRA]: Checklists and Helpful Hints now available for Remedial Action Permit Applications

[SRRA]: Checklists and Helpful Hints now available for Remedial Action Permit Applications

The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (Department) is notifying Persons Responsible for Conducting Remediation (PRCRs) and their Licensed Site Remediation Professionals (LSRPs) that when applying for Remedial Action Permits (RAPs) that the Department intends to reject as "incomplete" administratively and/or technically deficient RAP applications when: (1) a response to a Notice of Administrative Deficiency or Notice of Technical Deficiency is not received within 30 days, (2) an application is not withdrawn in order to address the deficiencies, or (3) the response to the Notice does not sufficiently satisfy all of the deficiencies identified in the notice. Once a RAP application has been rejected as incomplete, the PRCR will be required to re-apply for a RAP in accordance with N.J.A.C. 7:26C-7.5, including submission of appropriate RAP application fees. Rejection of an incomplete RAP application does not constitute a final agency action.

The Department has posted Checklists and Helpful Hints for RAPs on the Guidance Library web page (www.nj.gov/dep/srp/guidance/#top_permits). These documents are being provided to assist PRCRs and LSRPs with ensuring that RAP applications are administratively and technically complete. All recipients of this message are encouraged to review the Checklists and Helpful Hints to be aware of the components necessary for administratively and technically complete RAP applications.


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