Licensing Fees

Per the Regulations of the New Jersey Site Remediation Professional Licensing Board at N.J.A.C. 7:26I-3.6, all Board fees are recalculated every October to determine the fees for the following calendar year.

To determine the fees that are currently in effect, please go to the Finance Tab of this website, then click on "Annual Fee Reports" and open the report for the applicable calendar year. The last page will list the fees for that calendar year.

LSRP Invoices will be mailed to the mailing address on file with the Department. To view your mailing address:

  1. Click on NJDEP DataMiner to view your Billing Information.
  2. Select "Outstanding Bills Report".
  3. Enter your License Number (Program Interest Number).
  4. Click on the Invoice Number to view your invoice. If the mailing address is incorrect send an email to and include your correct mailing address.

Online Payment: Recent delays in the mail delivery system have caused delays in payments to the Board. Therefore the Board suggests that you pay the Annual License Fee and the License Renewal Fee online, which is the quickest method of payment and the easiest for LSRPs to confirm that they have paid. To pay online, go to and select "Pay for A License". Then enter the invoice number and your license number and follow the instructions. Remember to save your payment confirmation.

General Information about fees:

Fee Type Notes:

License Application Fee

  1. The fee covers the cost for the Board to process and review each application to determine eligibility to sit for the licensing exam.
  2. There is no additional exam fee.
  3. If an applicant is unsuccessful at passing the exam, a new application and fee are required to take the exam again.

Annual License Fee

  1. Active LSRPs are mailed an annual fee invoice each calendar year, usually mid-October to mid-November.
  2. The due date will be stated on the invoice, and is usually 45 days from the date of the invoice.
  3. The fee covers the cost of all Board operations and administrative functions including staff, legal support, website and data system development and maintenance.
  4. The fee is prorated for new LSRPs who become active mid-year.

License Renewal Fee

  1. LSRPs must renew their licenses every three years.
  2. The fee covers the cost of processing and reviewing each license renewal application.

For more information about the Board's fees, the license application process or license renewals, please review the information contained on this website or contact the Janine MacGregor, Executive Director at 609-984-3424 or email