Environmental professionals are held to a standard of care in practically all of their work, whether established by rule, contract, or standard industry practice. With the advent of the licensed site remediation professional (LSRP) program brought about by the Site Remediation Reform Act (SRRA), a code of conduct was established for LSRPs that has changed the standard of care for environmental professionals practicing in New Jersey. Nearly all aspects of environmental services performed in New Jersey are now touched, in some way, by the LSRP program.
“The Evolving Standard of Care for LSRPs” written by Roux’s Gregory D. Martin, explores how the SRRA and the code of conduct for LSRPs have changed the standard of care for environmental professionals practicing in New Jersey. To read this article in its entirety, originally published in New Jersey Lawyer Magazine, please click on the link below.