Case Study

Services – LSRP

Department of Public Works Yards – North Brunswick, NJ

JMS was retained by the Township of North Brunswick to address outstanding environmental issues at several Department of Public Works (DPW) yards and bring the cases into compliance with the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP) regulations, including the mandatory deadlines found in the Administrative Requirements for the Remediation of Contaminated Sites.

Our JMS Licensed Site Remediation Professional (LSRP) was retained for a DPW yard located at Quarry Lane, for which NJDEP had issued a Notice of Deficiency (NOD) letter and several compliance alerts. Our LSRP worked with the Borough to bring the case back into compliance by completing the public notification requirements, submitting an initial receptor evaluation, and coordinating payment of outstanding NJDEP remediation fees. JMS also conducted sampling required to address the issues raised in the NJDEP NOD. The sampling resulted in sufficient data to close the case. In October 2013, JMS submitted a Remedial Action Report (RAR) and issued a Response Action Outcome (RAO) closure letter for the Quarry Lane case.
 
Our LSRP was also retained to close the case at the Former Church Lane Pumping Station. An underground storage tank (UST) had been removed from the Site, but closure documents were never submitted and the proper reporting and documentation had not been generated. JMS conducted confirmatory sampling and submitted the Site Investigation (SI) and RAR in October 2013. JMS subsequently issued the RAO closure letter for the Site.

JMS was also retained for the 800 Adams Lane Site. Several tanks had been removed from the site in the 1990s, but again, proper documentation and reporting had never been completed to close the case. JMS confirmed the remediation had been conducted properly and prepared a Remedial Investigation Report (RIR) and RAR. JMS assured that this case met the mandatory deadline to complete the Remedial Investigation phase. JMS issued the RAO closure letter for the Site in June 2014.

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