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to hazardous waste disposal, soil and groundwater remediation, and litigation support.

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Delete Deed Notice

THE DISAPPEARING DEED NOTICE

As a direct result of recent updates to NJDEP’s soil remediation standards, it may be possible to modify or completely eliminate a Deed Notice attached to your property. When a Deed Notice is removed, biennial updates and associated costs are eliminated and your property is no longer encumbered by Deed Notice restrictions. How do you know if NJDEP’s new soil remediation standards apply to your Deed Notice?

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CASE STUDY: HISTORIC FILL AND RESIDENTIAL REDEVELOPMENT

ESA was contacted by the attorney of a residential property owner in Newark, New Jersey, who was receiving violation notices, warnings of potential NJDEP enforcement action, and NJDEP Site Remediation Program (SRP) fee notices. The property was previously operated for various industrial purposes and was redeveloped by others into nine separate residential parcels, each improved with a single-family home. All nine parcels were built on historic fill.

 

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The New Jersey Board of Public Utilities (BPU), in conjunction with the NJDEP and the NJ Economic Development Authority (EDA), have recently updated the NJ Solar Act Application Form to include Brownfield properties, properties underlaid by historic fill, and landfills proposed for permanent closure as being eligible to qualify for Solar Renewable Energy Credits (SREC). This may qualify your underutilized property to be converted into a revenue generating center. For more information on how the revisions to the NJ Solar Act may affect you and your property, ask ESA.

 

Three of the oldest and most severely contaminated Superfund sites in New Jersey are now moving forward under the impetus of the Trump Administration. These sites were created well before the advent of protective environmental regulations, when the wanton, reckless, and unregulated disposal of industrial waste materials was a daily occurrence. Read the NJ.com Article.

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