SPCC Compliance Date

Facilities must amend or prepare, and implement SPCC Plans by November 10, 2010 in accordance with revisions to the SPCC rule promulgated since 2002.


New Jersey's Site Remediation Reform Act


New Jersey's Site Reform Act

(SRRA) establishes a program for the licensing of Licensed Site Remediation Professionals who will have responsibility for oversight of environmental investigations and cleanup. The SRRA requires that all parties initiating remediation after November 3, 2009 or who opt into the use of the LSRP program will be required to follow the provisions of SRRA including the requirement to hire a LSRP to conduct the remediation and the requirement to remediate the site without prior NJDEP approval. All parties remediating sites on or after May 7, 2012 will be required to follow the SRRA. 



Reach Associates, Inc.,founded in 1971, is a full service chemical engineering and environmental management consulting company. Our goal has always been to provide responsive, competent, cost effective professional services. We have provided engineering services to some of our clients for more than 35 years. We are proud that many of our clients continue to use Reach Associates for all their engineering and environmental compliance requirements and consider us a part of their teams.

  • P.E. New Jersey, New York, Connecticut
  • BCEE Board Certified Environmental Engineer, American Academy of Environmental Engineers
  • Licensed NJDEP Underground Storage Tank, installation - entire closure, tank testing, subsurface

Updated Vapor Intrusion Screening Levels

The NJDEP recently
updated the vapor intrusion screening levels and revised technical guidance on the Site Remediation Program's web page. Read More
Remedial Priority Scoring

The Remedial Priority Scoring System is a computerized modeling system designed to help the Department to categorize sites based on potential risk to public health, safety or the environment. It is NOT meant to be an electronic case manager nor an electronic risk assessment, but rather a mechanism to assist the Department in identifying potential risk and making informed decisions when allocating its resources Read More
New Jersey's Site Remediation Reform Act

Effective May 7, 2012, A Licensed Site Remediation Professional (LSRP) is required to supervise all remedial activities in the state of New Jersey.
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Summary of Regulatory and Mandatory Time-frames for remedial Activities.

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EPA Greenhouse Gas Permitting Requirements

Release Date: 07/03/2012

The EPA has maintained its focus on the largest emitters. This step to streamline processes will ease the burden on state and local permitting authorities.
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EPA Proposes Updates and Deadline Extension for 2010 Cement Standards

Release Date: 6/25/2012

This purpose of this proposal is to maintain significant air toxic reductions, while making cost-effective changes to provide greater flexibility for industry. Read more