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NJDEP UHOT program

We are NJDEP UHOT pre-qualified environmental specialists

Firstech Environmental has NJDEP UHOT (Unregulated Heating Oil Tank) Program pre-qualified environmental personnel on staff to investigate and remediate certain low risk unregulated heating oil tanks with limited NJDEP oversight. The Firstech Environmental team has met the established NJDEP criteria for the pre-qualification by virtue of education, experience, and competency to participate in the Program.

We can advise you on options based on your specific environmental condition/situation and, if applicable, Firstech Environmental can guide you through the UHOT program in a matter that suits your needs.

Please ask us if you have any questions regarding a potential concern or issue on your property related to an unregulated heating oil tank (UST). Our initial consultation is free of charge and our experienced UHOT professionals can potentially save you time and hassle by requiring limited NJDEP oversight.
Here is the process:

  • You select Firstech Environmental pre-qualified environmental personnel to investigate your unregulated heating oil tank.
  • We then complete the remediation and or tank removal associated with your project.
  • With our help, we'll work with you to submit the following to the NJDEP:
    • A completed Unregulated Heating Oil Tank Program Questionnaire.
    • A Certification Statement, stating that all work performed up to the date of the submission has been conducted under the direct on-site supervision and oversight of the pre-qualified environmental professional and was performed in compliance with the Technical Requirements and other applicable standards, and that the property or AOC meets the eligibility criteria for the Program.
    • A non-refundable certified check, payable to the "Treasurer, State of New Jersey"
    • A copy of all appropriate Remediation Documents prepared in accordance with the reporting requirements contained in Technical Requirements for Site Remediation (N.J.A.C. 7:26E)
  • Upon approval, the NJDEP will issue and send you a No Further Action Letter (NFA)