NJDEP issued an advisory on July 5, 2016 regarding the Community Right to Know (CRTK) for 2015. This was due on March 1, 2016. However, the NJDEP believes that a significant number of regulated entities did not submit the annual CRTK because they either believed they were exempt from reporting requirements or they had difficulty setting up their online account to submit a CRTK.
Therefore, the Department is clarifying that a regulated entity can only be exempt from CRTK reporting requirements AFTER submitting initial notification to NJDEP of such status. Entities that believe they are exempt may submit a CRTK reporting exemption form in lieu of having to set up an online account and submit a CRTK. The advisory in its entirely can be found here: