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June 4, 2024 - NJDEP CSRR Hot Topics
Tuesday, June 04, 2024, 9:00 AM - 11:30 AM EDT
Category: Continuing Education Course

Contaminated Site Remediation & Redevelopment’s (CSRR’s) Training Committee will be providing training on various popular topics.

The training will be held on Wednesday, June 4, 2024, from 9:00 a.m. to 11:15 a.m. online only via GoToWebinar (see registration details below). If you register and cannot attend, please contact Tyrone Jordan ([email protected]) as soon as possible to cancel your registration.

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The training will cover the topics listed below.

Muriel Kiernan, NJDEP, Bureau of Inspection and Review

How to document a variance from the Technical Requirements for Site Remediation.

New GIS Layers in GeoWeb
Don Cramer, NJDEP, Bureau of Information Systems

Review of the most recent updates and additions to NJDEP’s GeoWeb.

Receptor Evaluation FAQs
Lynne Mitchell, NJDEP, Remediation Review Element

Review of the most frequently asked questions to the Department regarding receptor evaluations.

Incident Follow Up Guide
Scott Tyrrell, NJDEP, Bureau of Information Systems

Review of accepted Incident Communication Center Numbers formats, how to check the Incident Communication Center Number in DataMiner for the incident-follow up status, how to interpret common incident follow-up status values found in DataMiner, and how that status may impact uploading the Case Inventory Document.

Compliance Averaging Issues
Greg Neumann, NJDEP, Bureau of Environmental Evaluation & Risk Assessment

Review of the importance of submitting documentation that demonstrates that the contamination is fully delineated (vertically/horizontally) when utilizing the compliance averaging methodologies contained in the Attainment Guidance.

MGW Exposure Pathway Issues
William Carp, NJDEP, Bureau of Environmental Evaluation & Risk Assessment

Review of the common misconceptions and errors related to the default Soil Remediation Standards for Migration to Ground Water exposure pathway and derivation of Alternative Remediation Standards.

Change or Transfer of Ownership
Nicole Lelievre, NJDEP, Bureau of Case Assignment & Initial Notice

Review of the overall Administrative RAP Approval Letter process and common administrative RAP application deficiencies. Please note, beginning in March 2024, the Bureau of Case Assignment and Initial Notice began issuing Administrative RAP Approval Letters for select RAP Modification Applications and for Transfer/Change of Property Ownership RAP Applications.

Kyle Kuebler, NJDEP, CSRR Training Committee
Alexandra Matos, NJDEP, CSRR Training Committee

Please do not wait to register if you are interested in this training as the capacity for this platform is limited and additional slots cannot be made available.

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar. You will be able to join the webinar starting at 8:45 AM on June 4, 2024.

Continuing Education Credits (CECs):
The NJDEP has been approved by the Site Remediation Professional Licensing Board (SRPLB) for 0.5 Regulatory Credit and 1.5 Technical Credits (#2024-034) for this course. Once the CECs are approved, certificates will be made available via an email link to those participants who have requested to receive CECs and meet the requirements. Credits may be applicable to New Jersey PE licenses, PE licenses from other states, and PG licenses from other states; please verify the requirements that apply to your licenses.

The List of Board-Approved Continuing Education Programs is Available at: After the course, the Licensed Site Remediation Professional Association (LSRPA) will provide eligible attendees detailed instructions via email regarding how to obtain a CEC certificate.

Presentation Materials:
The slides and resulting audio will be posted on the NJDEP training web page ( after the presentation for future reference.