New York City long ago recognized the advantages of facilitating cleanup and redevelopment of brownfield sites. In 2009 it passed the New York City Brownfield and Community Revitalization Act authorizing the establishment of Office of Environmental Remediation (OER). Since then, OER has established over thirty new programs for brownfield management to assist the developer and community with remediation to promote economic development and neighborhood vitality. A partial list follows.
EWMA’s team of environmental scientists can assist you with identifying and remediating potential qualifying brownfield properties then quickly and efficiently guide you through the most cost effective solution for your return on investment. Contact Don Richardson at (973)560-1400 x186 orDon.Richardson@ewma.com.
An overview of the current Recycling, Waste Management, and Hazardous Materials handling and disposal procedures.
New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP) has readopted the Pollution Prevention Program Rules for a seven-year period.
Governor Christie signed the legislation allowing for a two year extension for remedial investigation. There is a March 7, 2014, deadline to apply for the extension.
For full article read: Governor Signs RI Deadline
Learn more about how the New Jersey Economic Opportunity Act of 2013 (the Act) passed in September 2013 includes funds intended to promote redevelopment of urban areas, suburban office parks and areas impacted by Hurricane Sandy, while fostering job creation.
For the full article. see: New Jersey Economic Opportunity Act of 2013 Spurs Brownfields Redevelopment Opportunities
POLLUTION PREVENTION PROGRAM RULES READOPTED
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