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For nearly 30 years, ESA environmental consultants have helped clients navigate
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to hazardous waste disposal, soil and groundwater remediation, and litigation support.

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PFAS

GETTING AHEAD OF PFAS REGULATION

PFAS compounds are considered by the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP) and the United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) to be contaminants of emerging concern and, as such, ESA’s inbox is filled with emails on this subject. Our clients want to know just one thing: how will PFASs impact my business?

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UST

CASE STUDY: UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANK IN JERSEY CITY’S HISTORIC DISTRICT

ESA was retained by a property owner to remove a 3,000-gallon No. 2 fuel oil underground storage tank (UST) that formerly serviced a multistory residential building located in the historic district of Jersey City. The UST, which was decommissioned in 2013, was located beneath the sidewalk at the front of the building. Adding to the project complexity were structural concerns with the building, nearby utility conduits, and proximity of the street itself. Additionally, the work had to be conducted quickly to meet the closing deadline and needs of a prospective purchaser.

 

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Industry News

Effective January 16, 2018, the NJDEP revised its Groundwater Quality Standards (GWQS) for the following three compounds: caprolactum (a petrochemical common in the manufacture of nylon and polyester), 4,6-Dinitro-o-cresol (a pesticide commonly used until 1991), and 2-Hexanon (an ingredient found in many common solvents). Given their widespread use throughout the State, the NJDEP has reduced the GWQS for all three compounds, thus replacing their interim GWQS. In addition, perfluorononanacid (PFNA) was added to the N.J.A.C. 7:1E List of Hazardous Substances.

 

The New Jersey Board of Public Utilities (BPU), in conjunction with the NJDEP and the NJ Economic Development Authority (EDA), has 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.

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