The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) appears to be entering a period of reformation that will significantly impact the regulated community. Whether driven by shifts in personnel, policy, philosophy or politics, a number of initiatives within or affecting NJDEP are afoot. You may have heard or read about some of these changes; others may catch you by surprise. We have reported on a number of these initiatives in our recently issued New Jersey Air News and will address others in an upcoming piece on New Jersey Environmental News. Here, however, we will share with you our perspectives on some of the significant issues on the site remediation front.

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Source: Environmental Law Newsletter
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