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Solid and hazardous waste regulations in New Jersey require permits to transport solid waste materials and  to operate receiving facilities. In addition, services related to brokering, purchase, sale or disposition of these materials also require a license, commonly known as an A-901 license. In August, NJDEP issued a policy statement clarifying applicability of this license to LSRPs, as the management of waste is common in remediation projects. Because of this and the strict regulations under which LSRPs operate, LSRPs retained to remediate a property and associated staff are not required to hold an A-901 license for that project. However, everyone, including LSRPs must have an A-901 license for waste management projects that the LSRP is not formally retained.

Back to News        Jeffrey Campbell