State Board of Examiners of Environmental Professionals
The State Board of Examiners of Environmental Professionals (also known as the Licensed Environmental Professional or "LEP" Board) administers the provisions of the LEP Program concerning licensure and issuance; reissuance; suspension or revocation of licenses; and sanctions and other disciplinary actions. Pursuant to Section 22a-133v(b) of the CGS, the State Board of Examiners of Environmental Professionals was established within the Department of Energy & Environmental Protection. The Chairman of the LEP Board is a designee of the Commissioner of the Department of Energy & Environmental Protection. Ten (10) other members are appointed by the Governor and shall consist of six (6) LEPs; two (2) active members of an organization that promotes protection of the environment; and one member each from organizations representing business and lending institutions.
(License Application, Verification of Education, Professional Reference, License Renewal, Continuing Education Credit Summary, Course Approval Form, Application for New License)
with Statement of Purpose Amendments to the LEP Regulations were passed and became effective August 7, 2015. The statement of purpose summarizes those changes.
For further information related to the LEP Board activities, please contact Kim Maiorano, LEP Board Coordinator, at 860-424-3788 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Content last updated on January 4, 2016