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In an effort to continue reducing red tape and delays in vital Sandy rebuilding and recovery projects, the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP) announced May 9, 2013, that a new series of online services has been launched. These services are aimed to streamline and digitize the permit application and public notification process.
Both residents and businesses will benefit from these new services, which will make the application process easier without sacrificing any requirements to qualify for said permits. Among the new online services announced today are: Licensed Site Remediation Professional Services (LSRP), Aquatic Pesticide Permit Applications, and Tidelands License Renewal Applications.
The attorneys at Lieberman Blecher & Sinkevich are experienced environmental attorneys who are familiar with regulatory permitting, compliance, and enforcement, and have also done a great amount of work helping New Jersey residents in their rebuilding efforts after Superstorm Sandy.
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