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  • Sites with a Immediate Environmental Concern
    This report enables the requestor to receive a list of all cases that have been given the status of "Immediate Environmental Concern" (IEC). means a condition at a contaminated site where any of the following conditions are found: contamination in a well used for potable purposes at concentrations at or above the Class II ground water remediation standards; or contamination in indoor air at a level greater than any vapor intrusion indoor air rapid action level; or contamination that exceeds the Department's acute human health exposure levels in surface soil such that dermal contact, ingestion, or inhalation of the contamination could result in an acute human health exposure, as further described in the Department's IEC Guidance; or contamination in an occupied or confined space producing a toxic or harmful atmosphere resulting in an unacceptable human health exposure, or producing an oxygen deficient atmosphere, or resulting in demonstrated physical damage to essential underground services.
  • Sites with a Immediate Environmental Concern by Municipality
    This report enables the requestor to receive a list of all cases that have been given the status of "Immediate Environmental Concern" (IEC). means a condition at a contaminated site where any of the following conditions are found: contamination in a well used for potable purposes at concentrations at or above the Class II ground water remediation standards; or contamination in indoor air at a level greater than any vapor intrusion indoor air rapid action level; or contamination that exceeds the Department's acute human health exposure levels in surface soil such that dermal contact, ingestion, or inhalation of the contamination could result in an acute human health exposure, as further described in the Department's IEC Guidance; or contamination in an occupied or confined space producing a toxic or harmful atmosphere resulting in an unacceptable human health exposure, or producing an oxygen deficient atmosphere, or resulting in demonstrated physical damage to essential underground services.
  • Spill Fund Claim Payments
    This report displays Spill Fund claim payment information for a given time period by Tax ID/Vendor ID number. It lists paid Spill Fund invoices only. The Claim Number, Invoice Number, Check Number and Dollar Amount are included. For batched payments, only the Master Claim payment information is listed. Please refer to your Batched Payment Report for the detailed list of individual invoices included in a Batched Payment. Disclaimer: No guarantee is made as to the accuracy of data miner payment reports run for any time period. Payment information for years 2007 and earlier is incomplete. For additional information, contact ECA at (609) 777-0101.
  • The Known and Suspected Sites Report by County
    This report enables the requestor to view a list of both known and suspected sites within a specified county.
  • The Known and Suspected Sites Report by County and Municipality
    This report enables the requestor to view a list of both known and suspected sites within a specified county and municipality
  • XY Permit Well Search
    This report retrieves all approved/accepted well documents received by the NJDEP that have been electronically data managed. Cancelled permits where no well was drilled are not displayed. Each row displays information for a permit, record, or decommissioning.



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Department of Environmental Protection
P. O. Box 402
Trenton, NJ 08625-0402

Last Updated: June 15, 2012

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