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Karen D. Lacey

Remediation Project Management

Ms. Lacey has been involved in the environmental industry for nearly 30 years providing environmental consulting and field services to the private and public sector. Ms. Lacey’s background in chemistry and toxicology enhances to her ability to provide cost effective, environmentally sound solutions specific to the remediation of leaking underground storage tanks. Ms. Lacey has been a practicing licensed site remediation professional (LSRP) with over 125 successful case closures for ISRA, site remediation, green acres, residential and light commercial sites. Her projects include environmental cleanups with budgets up to 1.3 million. Ms. Lacey is responsible for initial site assessments, site investigations, remedial action work plan and final remedial action implementation. Ms. Lacey has also successfully designed and implemented in-situ chemical oxidation for the remediation of petroleum impacted aquifers.



NJDEP LSRP #591401 In Good Standing since 11/09

NJDEP UST License #15228 (Closure and Subsurface) Expires 10/16

40-Hour OSHA HAZWOPER Certification with Confined Space Entry Endorsement

8- Hour OSHA HAZWOPER Certification Expires 2/14

32 Hour Government Institute  – RCRA and SARA Title III Protocols

HM181 DOT Hazardous Materials

8-Hour Course Certification in Radiation Safety Physiology

8-Hour Course Certification in Lead Abatement and Asbestos Remediation



Continuing Professional Education Course Enrollment and Completion, Rutgers University

  • LSRP Training Provided by NJDEP CE via LSRPA (2014 32 credit hours)
  • Preliminary Assessments ( 8 Hour Course) (2013)
  • Site Remediation Basics (8 Hour Course) (2009, 2011, 2013)
  • Practical Applications in Hydrogeology – (32) Hour Course (2010)
  • Environmental Audits and Site Assessments Course (2012)
  • Regulatory Training in Underground Storage Tanks Seminar (2013, 2010, 2007, 2004, 2001, 1998, 1995)
  • Industrial Site Recovery Act (ISRA) Course (2001)
  • Treatment Technologies for Site Cleanup Course (2014)
  • Training Event by the Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response USEPA (2001)


Bachelor of Arts Degree – Skidmore College, Saratoga Springs, NY

(1983) Chemistry/Physics

Completed Non Matriculated MS Environmental Science/Toxicology

(1987) NJIT, Newark, NJ

Well versed and highly competent with the implementation and interpretation of NJAC 7:26E –

Technical Requirements for Site Remediation, NJDEP Field Sampling Procedures Manual and the Site Remediation Reform Act of 2009.