Threats From And Solutions To 1,4-Dioxane In Drinking Water

1,4-dioxane has a long history of attention from the EPA as a probable carcinogen, but recently gained more attention when the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection drastically lowered cleanup and safe drinking water standards. Based on an EPA risk assessment in 2013, the standards for this compound were lowered by an order of magnitude from the previous cleanup standards in New Jersey. This heightened the need to potentially re-open closed remediation cases which created new challenges for treatment to safe drinking water concentration thresholds.

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Don Richardson To Present Drones In Construction

Construction Roundtable of NJ Luncheon Meeting at Metuchen Golf & Country Club located at 244 Plainfield Road, Edison, NJ 08820

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ISRA – Still Creating Challenges In NJ Real Estate Transactions

It is common for a business to be subject to New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection’s (NJDEP) Industrial Site Recovery Act (ISRA) regulation and not be aware of their responsibility.  As buyer and seller negotiate the transaction, due diligence and financial activities are forced to meet tight closing deadlines.  This causes some transactions to stall due to last minute findings to comply with ISRA requirements. Provided below is a summary of key factors of ISRA to help assist you in identifying these issues sooner than later.

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Michael Sylvester Faculty Coordinator and Presenter at “Emerging Issues in Brownfields: Drivers and Challenges”

EWMA’s Executive Vice President, Michael Sylvester will be a Faculty Coordinator and presenter at “Emerging Issues in Brownfields: Drivers and Challenges,” a Continuing Education course to be held in Bordentown, NJ on October 18th, 2016. The course will outline the current drivers and challenges to brownfields redevelopment projects. It is being hosted by Rutgers, in cooperation with the Economic Development Association of New Jersey. For more information regarding how to sign up, please refer to the course listing on

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Comprehensive Vapor Intrusion Control Services

Vapor Intrusion Control (VIC) issues continue to be a concern for the building development and building management communities. EWMA can provide the entire range of VIC services, including the evaluation of potential VIC concerns for planned building sites, existing buildings, and developed areas.  If mitigation is necessary, we provide effective, low-cost solutions that utilize modern building materials and innovative designs.

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