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Paul V. Schatz Promoted to Vice President - 6/19/2013
EWMA is pleased to announce the promotion of Paul V. Schatz to Vice President, Director of Operations.  This move will help to focus many of the company’s operational functions and help to continue providing superior service to our clients.  Mr. Schatz will continue to play an invaluable role in new client development, client service management, and program and project management.  With over 25 years of experience, he has facilitated numerous real estate and business transactions involving significant environmental issues.
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Welcome to the EWMA Press Room - 2/9/2010

Welcome to the EWMA Press Room

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  • Announcements - Announcements regarding EWMA's service capabilities and business developments are included in the Announcements category.
  • Published Articles - Articles published by EWMA's staff in industry publications are featured in the Published Articles category.
  • Environmental Updates - Regulatory changes that affect the regulated community and other topics of interest concerning environmental regulation are included in the Environmental Updates category.

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Memorandum of Agreement Discontinued - 8/27/2009

New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP) has discontinued the Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) process as of May 7, 2009, also known as the Voluntary Cleanup Program (VCP).  There is no need for the VCP because the Site Remediation Reform Act (SRRA) established an obligation on persons to remediate any discharge for which they would be liable pursuant to the Spill Compensation and Control Act. (Section 30 of SRRA)

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Licensed Site Remediation Professional (LSRP) Passes Assembly and House - 3/19/2009

On Tuesday, March 17th, the Assembly and House passed a bill for a new professional program in New Jersey designed to speed up the clean-up of contaminated sites around the State by establishing a Licensed Site Remediation Professional (LSRP).  The goal of the program is to reduce the State’s backlog of open cleanup cases and boost site redevelopment.  The bill gives private-practice professionals who have met certain standards established by an advisory board the authority to certify that clean-up projects have met all State requirements.  A percentage of the closure opinions or findings will be audited by DEP and not all sites qualify for closure by an LSRP. 

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NJDEP Enhances Public Access to Environmental Compliance Information - 1/24/2007

The public can track the latest activity of state environmental investigators through a new information service now available on the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection’s (NJDEP’s) Web site, NJDEP Commissioner Lisa P. Jackson announced today.

“We’ve made it even easier for the public to find out what we are doing in New Jersey’s neighborhoods to make sure the laws and regulations that safeguard public health and our environment are obeyed,” Commissioner Jackson said.  “We believe that the more residents know, the better partners in environmental stewardship they can be.”

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