LSRP License Renewal
Wednesday, February 19, 2020 05:36 PM

By Candace Baker, LSRP

As an LSRP, you are aware that your license must be renewed every three years.  As of June 1, 2018, the Site Remediation Professional Licensing Board (SRPLB) has initiated a few changes to the renewal process.

The overall requirements for renewal remain the same:

  • Renewal applications must be made within 90 to 120 days before the expiration date of your license.
  • All outstanding annual license fees must be paid prior to renewing your license.
  • Certificates of completion must be provided for at least 36 Continuing Education Credits (CEC) in each of the required ethics (at least 3 CECs), technical (at least 14 CECs), and regulatory (at least 10 CECs) categories.  In accordance with N.J.A.C. 7:26I-4.3e and f, an LSRP may not earn CECs by attending or instructing the same continuing education program more than once during each three-year license term and CECs earned during one license term cannot be applied toward another license term.  However, CECs earned beginning the 89th day before the expiration date, which is the day after the close of the license renewal period, can be applied towards the next license term.
  • A current 8-hour OSHA refresher certificate must be provided.
  • The Licensed Site Remediation Professional License Renewal Application Form must be completed.

The main change you may notice since your last renewal has to do with the method of submitting your renewal application.  The renewal form mentioned above is a pdf document which can accommodate an electronic signature.  This is accomplished by typing in your name on the signature line.  All supporting documentation including CEC and OSHA refresher certificates must then be compiled with the form into one pdf document and emailed to the Board at [email protected].  The Department of Treasury will issue you an invoice for $100 to cover the renewal fee.  Invoices can be paid by check or online.  Paying online carries a $2 service fee, and is NJDEP’s preferred method of payment.  If necessary, alternate arrangements can be made for submittal of the application by contacting the Board at (609) 984-3424 or the email address above.