Cathy Bryant, LSRP

Cathy Bryant, LSRP
Director of LSRP Services
100 Misty Lane
(973)560-1400 x 177

Ms. Bryant has over 20 years of experience in all phases of various NJDEP Remedial Investigations, Remedial Actions, and UST Subsurface Evaluations.  She is a NJ Licensed Site Remediation Professional. Ms. Bryant has closed out sites using compliance attainment procedures and done so in order to limit the extent of engineering controls. She is also experienced in institutional controls for remedial actions including Deed Notices and CEAs, Hazardous, Toxic and Radioactive Waste (HTRW) studies and assessments, and Due Diligence Studies and Assessments. We are thrilled to have her join our Leadership Team at EWMA, as she brings her incredible depth of knowledge and experience to our firm.



  • Project Management
  • Environmental Remediation
  • Phase I ESA
  • NJ PA, HTRW and Linear Projects


  • BS, Environmental Engineering, Florida Institute of Technology
  • NJDEP Licensed Site Remediation Professional (LSRP)

Professional Activities




Experience Highlights

Project Manager and LSRP for Sayreville and Werner Generating Stations. Managed remedial investigation tasks in accordance with N.J.A.C. 7:26E under NJDEP ISRA for the multi-acre power generating stations at the Sayreville, Werner Gilbert and Glen Gardner Sites. She is currently the LSRP for the Sayreville and Werner ISRA Sites. Each ISRA Site has over 30 contaminated AOCs including historic fill. Contaminants of concern include metals and PAHs in soil and metals in groundwater. Several Compliance Attainment procedures are being used to comply with NJDEP Soil Remediation Standards. Some LSRP submittals included annual Remediation Funding Source, Remediation Priority Scoring, Public Notification, the May 7, 2014 RI Complete Timeframe Extension Final RI Report and a RAW. An EPA Self Implementing Plan (SIP) for PCBs was submitted and approved by the EPA for Werner and Sayreville as part of the final remedial action at the Site.

LSRP Managed remediation tasks in accordance with N.J.A.C. 7:1E and N.J.A.C. 7:26E for approximately 18 gallons of hydraulic fluid that was released to the asphalt at the HD Construction Supply Site in North Bergan; then to soil at the adjacent active rail property. Soil excavation, off-site disposal and post remediation soil sampling adjacent to an active rail property was conducted in January 2017.  An unrestricted use Response Action Outcome (RAO) was issued for the spill case. LSRP tasks included NJDEP Discharge Notification, Spill Response including asphalt washing, Public Notification, Initial Receptor Evaluation, Remedial Action Work Plan and a Remedial Investigation Report. An unrestricted use Response Action Outcome was submitted on May 18, 2017.


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