UPDATE: NJDEP Remedial Priority Scoring

We have another update on our previous post on the NJDEP’s Remedial Priority Scoring System.  The NJDEP has, again, extended the deadline for submission of data on the RPS Feedback Form. The new submission deadline is September 30, 2012. This provides Persons Responsible for Conducting Remediation and associated LSRPs with more time to update Site information that could impact the RPS score.

If you have any questions, feel free to post them in the comments section below or email me at jcutright@repsg.com.

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Original Update: 7/19/12

NJDEP LogoWe have an update on our previous post on the NJDEP’s Remedial Priority Scoring System.  The NJDEP has extended the deadline for submission of data on the RPS Feedback Form to August 31, 2012. This provides more time to update the X and Y Site coordinates, extent areas for soil and groundwater, pathway information, and missing or rejected Electronic Data Deliverables (EDDs).

If you have any questions, feel free to post them in the comments section below or email me at jcutright@repsg.com.

 

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About Jenny Cutright

“Be the change you wish to see in the world” Mahatma Ghandi
Jen holds a BS in Chemistry from the University of Minnesota and an MS in Environmental Policy from Drexel University. She has been with REPSG since April 2006. In evaluation of environmental conditions, she has designed environmental monitoring and remediation strategies appropriate to the level of identified environmental risk and has participated in Phase I and Phase II Environmental Site Assessments, Regulatory Site/Remedial Investigations in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Maryland and Delaware and Brownfields redevelopment projects in New Jersey and Delaware. She also develops advanced data acquisition, management and mapping techniques used for environmental analysis. Jen likes to run and bake. The more she runs the more she can bake.