N.J. Admin. Code § 7:26E-1.10 - Control of ongoing sources and implementation of interim remedial measures

Current through Register Vol. 54, No. 7, April 4, 2022

(a) As a first priority, the person responsible for conducting the remediation shall:
1. Have a continuing responsibility to identify the need for any interim remedial measure necessary to remove, contain, or stabilize a source of contamination to prevent contaminant migration and to protect the public health and safety and the environment; and
2. Include in each remedial phase report a description of each interim remedial measure implemented and each interim remedial measure that is planned.
(b) Whenever LNAPL is measured greater than 0.01 feet in a collection point (for example, sump, monitoring well, surface water, excavation), the person responsible for conducting the remediation shall, within 60 days after LNAPL is discovered:
1. Report the presence of LNAPL to the Department on a form available on the Department's website at www.nj.gov/dep/srp/srra/forms. Information to be supplied by filling out the form includes:
i. Site identification information;
ii. A summary of the information describing the type of LNAPL observed and how the LNAPL was discovered;
iii. The name of the responsible entity and a certification statement; and
iv. The name of the licensed site remediation professional and a certification statement;
2. Initiate LNAPL recovery to the extent practicable, and report the status of the actions taken within this timeframe on a form available on the Department's website at www.nj.gov/dep/srp/srra/forms. Information to be supplied by filling out the form includes:
i. Site identification information;
ii. A summary of the information describing the type of LNAPL observed, how the LNAPL was discovered, and initial recovery efforts;
iii. The name of the responsible entity and a certification statement; and
iv. The name of the licensed site remediation professional and a certification statement.
(c) Within one year after LNAPL is discovered pursuant to (b) above, the person responsible for conducting the remediation shall:
1. Complete the delineation of the LNAPL;
2. Initiate implementation of an LNAPL interim remedial measure to prevent LNAPL migration, reduce LNAPL contaminant mass to the extent practicable and initiate monitoring of the interim remedial measure; and
3. Document the actions taken pursuant to this section and submit to the Department an LNAPL interim remedial measure report with a form available on the Department's website at ).

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N.J. Admin. Code § 7:26E-1.10

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