New Rules Affect LSRPs in The Field of Environmental Services in NJ

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Environmental rules and regulations that were introduced in 2009 are finally being implemented at the close of 2012.  What this means for NJ Licensed Site Remediation Professionals (LSRP) is an increase in responsibility with regards to environmental services and projects.

LSRPs must now know the status of environmental investigations and cleanups as the responsibility for responding to public inquiries will be their responsibility.

Additionally, all public notification signs, letters, fact sheets and updates must now include contact information for the person responsible for conducting the remediation and the LSRP of record for the site. The NJDEP Office of Community Relations will no longer be the point of contact.

With the implementation of new state regulations comes mounting pressure on the shoulders of LSRPs.  To help offset some of that pressure and to ensure environmental projects are handled with precise accuracy and compliance, The Entech Group, Inc has created an environmental team of experts to provide support to our partner LSRPs.

Team of Experts Leads Environmental Services Company

Entech has assembled a supporting team of leading experts and certified engineers in the following departments:

  • Architectural
  • Construction Cost Estimating
  • Building Evaluation
  • Structural
  • Mechanical Engineer
  • Electrical Engineer
  • HVAC / Plumbing
  • Environmental
  • Insurance Consultant
  • Communications - Telephone / Computer

Along with our LSRP, our supporting team will provide critical knowledge and expertise on all levels of environmental services in NJ.

For more information about Entech’s LSRP and environmental services, please visit http://www.entechgroupinc.com


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