NJDEP Compliance
DEP Compliance

NJDEP Compliance

One certainty for a business within the State of New Jersey is that action must be taken to comply with federal and state DEP environmental laws and regulations. The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP) is responsible for enforcing the state’s various environmental program rules and regulations. Being NJDEP compliant is a must for all businesses operating in New Jersey.

NJDEP Compliance Rules & Regulations

Some of the main NJDEP rules/regulations in the state include the following:

  • Air Pollution Control
  • Land Use 90-day Construction Permits
  • Coastal Permit Program
  • Coastal Zone Management
  • Flood Hazard Area Control Act
  • Freshwater Wetlands Protection Act
  • Pesticide Control Pesticide Control Program
  • Pollution Prevention & Community Right to Know Pollution Prevention Program
  • Worker & Community Right to Know Regulations
  • Waste Management Hazardous Waste
  • Recycling Rules
  • Solid Waste
  • Solid Waste Utility Regulations
  • Water Supply Agricultural, Aquacultural & Horticultural Water Usage Certification
  • Safe Drinking Water Act
  • Water Supply Allocation Rules