ESI is capable of navigating clients through the sometimes confusing Connecticut environmental regulatory landscape via its Licensed Environmental Professional (LEP) capabilities. Our LEPs will provide formal opinions and file the requisite documents at appropriate times during the investigation and remediation of Connecticut properties to be in conformance with the Connecticut Remediation Standard Regulations (RCSA 122k-1 through 122k-3). The ultimate goal is to provide regulatory closure, known as a Verification, in the most timely and cost-effective way possible, to allow the site activities to proceed on schedule.
The various programs needing an LEP for project oversight in Connecticut include, but are not limited to, the following:
- Property Transfer Program (CGS 22a-134)
- Voluntary Remediation (CGS 22a-133x and 22a-133y)
- RCRA Closure and Corrective Action
- Brownfield Cleanup programs including the Abandoned Brownfield Cleanup (ABC) Program, the Brownfield Remediation and Revitalization Program, and others*.
*ESI maintains close relationships with cleanup funding groups such as the Connecticut Brownfield Land Bank. Once the application for a property is submitted and approved, the land bank can provide funding for brownfield investigations and cleanups.
Our network of business contacts throughout Connecticut, the greater NYC area, and beyond will ensure your project is managed as efficiently as possible. Let ESI’s LEPs verify your next Connecticut project.
Contact Chris Buck, LSRP, LEP, QEP
Tel: (973) 398-9012