In performing environmental due diligence before implementation of the New Jersey Site Remediation Reform Act (SRRA) on May 7, 2012, the environmental attorney or consultant would file an Open Public Records Act (OPRA) request to the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP). Prior to SRRA, environmental consultants would periodically submit reports to the NJDEP and obtain feedback from the NJDEP. The ability to conduct OPRA reviews of the NJDEP files meant that private parties had access to all environmental information pertaining to a site which was then available, thereby making the due diligence process relatively seamless and straightforward.
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