Remediating Sites In New Jersey Under SRRA Law: “Roles, Responsibilities & Benefits”

September 25. 2015
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Continuing Education Credits
4 NJ PE CPCs | 4.8 NJ CLEs | 2.5 Regulatory NJ LSRP CECs

With the advent of the Site Remediation Form Act in 2009, the process of remediating sites in NJ has been reinvented.  Now, a team consisting of the remediating party and an LSRP can remediate a site with minimal involvement of the NJDEP.  This process imposes obligations on both parties and, in order to affect an efficient remediation, it is important that each of the two parties understand their respective obligations under the law.  This program is designed for both the responsible party and the licensed site remediation professional.

Richard Conway Jr.,Esq.,
Partner, Schenck, Price, Smith & King LLP
Maria Kaouris, Remediation Manager, 
Honeywell International, Inc.
Susan C. Karp, Esq.,
Cole, Schotz, Meisel, Forman & Leonard, PA
Kenneth Mack, Esq.,
Partner, Fox Rothschild LLP
Andrew Robins, Esq.,
Sill Cummis & Gross, P.C.
Anthony Russo,
EVP-Government Affairs and Communications, CIANJ
Norman Spindel, 
Esq., Senior Counsel, Lowenstein Sandler, PC
George Vallone, 
President, Hoboken Brownstone Company

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