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Recycling, Waste Management and Hazardous Materials - 6/12/2014
Craig Gorczyca, Director, Operations and Waste Management Services contributed to an article titled, "Recycling, Waste Management and Hazardous Materials" that appeared in the May 2014 edition of Commerce Magazine.

An overview of the current Recycling, Waste Management, and Hazardous Materials handling and disposal procedures.

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Don Richardson Quoted in Commerce Magazine - 4/18/2014
Don Richardson, Vice President, has been quoted in the April 2014 Commerce Magazine article entitled "Environmental Business Report: In New Jersey, Green is Good".

For full article: Environmental Business Report: In New Jersey, Green is Good
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Impact of Proposed Changes to ASTM Phase 1 ESA Standards - 6/26/2013

Alan Arico, Assistant Project Manager, and Donald Richardson, Vice President, published an article titled "Impact of Proposed Changes to ASTM Phase 1 ESA Standards" that appeared in the June 2013 edition of Modern Contractor Solutions.


For the first time in eight years, a new Phase 1 Environmental Site Assessment (ESA) standard is expected to be issued by ASTM International in the fall of 2013.  This article discusses the proposed changes to the ASTM E 1527-E Phase I ESA standard, including two major proposed changes that all interested parties need to understand.

 

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Is Your Business Prepared for Hazardous Materials Spills? - 4/4/2013
Craig Gorczyca, Director, Operations and Waste Management Services wrote an article titled, "Is Your Business Prepared for Hazardous Materials Spills?" that appeared in the April 2013 edition of Commerce Magazine.

Planning for accidents is difficult.  No one can effectively predict accidents, and, there are many variables that can affect the type and severity of their impacts.  With this in mind, businesses need to prepare for anything that may occur, including training, acquiring the resources to deal with spills/discharges and implementation of a spill response plan.
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Hurricane Sandy Aftermath, Mold and Re-Use of Demolition Materials - 12/4/2012

"Hurricane Sandy Aftermath, Mold and the Re-use of Demolition Materials" by Kimberly Hicks, Project Manager, was published in the Novermber 23, 2012 special edition of Mid-Atlantic Real Estate Journal, The Road to Recovery.

The aftermath of Hurricane Sandy in the Northeast has had an immediate effect on our lives and will continue for years to come.  Whether you endured flooding, power outages, fallen trees, or drinking water restrictions, the storm has caused significant damage to properties.  In areas affected by flooding, it was several days until the waters receded in some buildings in order to assess damage.  Due to the significant damage, some buildings will be demolished.  Although not initially seen, mold can play a major role in how to quantify the damage. Read more.

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Contaminated Soil Disposal: New Remediation Technologies Avoid Using Up Landfill Space - 10/17/2012

Craig Gorczyca, Director, Operations and Waste Management Services wrote an article titled, "Contaminated Soil Disposal:  New Remediation Technologies Avoid Using Up Landfill Space" that appeared in the October 2012 edition of Commerce Magazine.


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NJ's Common-Sense Environmental Rules Taking Effect - 9/25/2012
Donald Richardson, Vice President, was quoted in an article titled "NJ's Common-Sense Environmental Rules Taking Effect" that appeared in the September 2012 edition of New Jersey Business.
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Can A Consulting Firm with LSRPs on Staff Provide Confidential Due Diligence? - 9/13/2012

George W. Crimmins, III, Associate General Counsel, published an article titled "Can A Consulting Firm with LSRPs on Staff Provide Confidential Due Diligence?" that appeared in the September 2012 edition of Commerce Magazine.

Many clients raise questions regarding the state of the environmental due diligence process in New Jersey, in the wake of the Site Remediation Reform Act’s (“SRRA”) passage and the institution of the Licensed Site Remediation Professional (“LSRP”) program.  These questions often concern whether an environmental consulting firm can conduct a confidential due diligence project, especially in the context of a Preliminary Assessment (“PA”) / Site Investigation (“SI”) or Phase I / Phase II, even though the consulting firm has one or more LSRPs on staff.

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New Jersey's LSRPs: Rising to the Challenge - 9/13/2012

Sharon McSwieney, LSRP, Assistant Vice-President, was quoted in an article titled "New Jersey's LSRPs:  Rising to the Challenge" that appeared in the September 2012 edition of Commerce Magazine.

It has been somewhat of a challenge over the past three years to keep current with the evolving guidance and regulations.  However, NJDEP has been very helpful with providing advice on how to navigate this shifting landscape to keep projects in compliance.  The agency has shown a genuine willingness to work with developers to ensure that projects can proceed through redevelopment in accordance with applicable laws.

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A New Definition for Backfill in New Jersey - 4/30/2012

Craig Gorczyca, Director, Operations and Waste Management Services wrote an article titled, "A New Definition for Backfill in New Jersey" that appeared in the April 2012 edition of Commerce Magazine.

New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP) recently published a new guidance document regarding the use of backfill material.  The intent of the new guideline is to reduce the volume of disposal at landfills by allowing certain fill material to be reused onsite.  
 

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