The Record of Site Condition (RSC) Version 3.02 is a mandatory requirement of the Management Process as outlined in the current version of the Guideline for the Management of Contaminated Sites, and applies to all impacted sites in New Brunswick. The RSC is a communication tool that serves as a summary of the environmental conditions of a site at the time of site closure and provides interested parties with this information in a standard format. Once submitted to the Department of Environment and Local Government (DELG), and acknowledged by the DELG, the form becomes a public document and indicates to all interested parties that the Management Process outlined in the Guideline and related technical documents have been followed. As such, the RSC indicates that the site is acceptable, as of the date of the document, for the indicated current or reasonably foreseeable future site activities.
Instructions for completing the Record of Site Condition (RSC)
This document provides assistance to Site Professionals who are completing a Record of Site Condition in accordance with the current version of the Guideline for the Management of Contaminated Sites. Please download the Instructions for completing the Record of Site Condition (RSC) for more information concerning the new format.