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May 2014 Remedial Investigation Deadline Extension

 

May 2014 Remedial Investigation Deadline Extension

The DEP Online service for the May 2014 Remedial Investigation Deadline Extension has been closed. Extension applications are no longer being accepted.

The material on this web page is for informational purposes only.

Governor Christie signed P.L.2013, c.283 on January 17, 2014. This law allows certain persons responsible for conducting remediation to qualify for a two year extension to complete the remedial investigation.

Click here for a copy of the Senate Bill, and here for a copy of the Senate Statement. A copy of the final legislation will be posted when it is available.

Extension request based on meeting criteria from section 1 of P.L.2013, c.283

For any person subject to the provisions of the Site Remediation Reform Act at N.J.S.A. 58:10C-27.a.(3), an extension of time until May 7, 2016 shall be provided to allow for the completion of the remedial investigation provided that the applicant continues to comply with the conditions imposed pursuant to N.J.S.A. 58:10C-27.a.(3). The applicant shall certify that all of the following conditions have been met, as applicable, by having the licensed site remediation professional retained by the applicant submit the form through DEP Online:

  • A licensed site remediation professional has been retained to conduct a remediation of the site;
  • Any remediation requirements included in mandatory remediation timeframes adopted pursuant to N.J.S.A. 58:10C-28, for the site have been met at the time of the certification;
  • Technically complete submissions have been made in compliance with all rules and regulations for site remediation, as applicable, for the:
    • (a) initial receptor evaluation,
    • (b) immediate environmental concern source control report,
    • (c) light non-aqueous phase liquid interim remedial measure report,
    • (d) preliminary assessment report, and
    • (e) site investigation report;
  • A remediation funding source has been established, if required of the applicant by the Brownfield and Contaminated Site Remediation Act, N.J.S.A. 58:10B-3;
  • If a remediation funding source is not required to be established by the applicant pursuant to law, then a remediation trust fund for the estimated cost of the remedial investigation has been established pursuant to the standards established in section N.J.S.A. 58:10B-3;
  • Any oversight costs imposed by the Department, known at the time of the application, and not in dispute on January 17, 2014 (date of enactment of P.L.2013, c.283), have been paid to the Department; and
  • The annual fees imposed by the Department for the remediation and, as applicable, remediation funding source surcharges imposed pursuant to N.J.S.A. 58:10B-11 have been paid to the Department.

All applications for an extension must be submitted to the Department by March 7, 2014.

Extension request based on delay in the provision of State financial assistance return to top

For any person subject to the provisions of N.J.S.A.58:10C-27, if the failure to complete the remedial investigation of the contaminated site is due to a delay in the provision of State financial assistance for the remediation from the Hazardous Discharge Site Remediation Fund (HDSRF):

  • The person responsible for conducting the remediation can receive an extension of time to complete the remedial investigation by submitting the form through DEP Online;
  • The applicant shall certify that the person responsible for conducting the remediation:
    • (a) filed a technically and administratively complete application for funding prior to March 7, 2014,
    • (b) qualifies for funding, and
    • (c) remains eligible for funding;
  • Every six months after the submission of the application for the extension, the applicant shall submit to the Department a certification with an update on the status of the funding application; and
  • The extension of time for the person responsible for conducting the remediation to complete the remedial investigation pursuant to this criterion shall be no more than two years after receipt of funding, or no more than two years after the applicant is no longer eligible for funding.

All applications for an extension must be submitted to the Department by March 7, 2014.

Extension Forms and Instructions return to top

  • No longer available

Data Miner Reports return to top

Remediation Funding Source return to top

Hazardous Discharge Site Remediation Fund (HDSRF) return to top

Link to DEP Online return to top

  • DEP Online
  • (May 2014 Remedial Investigation Timeframe Extension) - No longer available

    If you have questions specifically regarding the DEP Online service, please call 609-292-9418, and tell the person who answers that you have questions regarding the DEP Online.

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