NJDEP Seeks Comments from LSRPA Members on new Draft Technical Guidance Document for the Characterization of Contaminated Ground Water Discharge to Surface Water
Wednesday, June 24, 2015 02:58 PM

NJDEP Seeks Comments from LSRPA Members on new Draft Technical Guidance Document for the Characterization of Contaminated Ground Water Discharge to Surface Water

The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP) has recently released a new Draft Technical Guidance Document for the Characterization of Contaminated Ground Water Discharge to Surface Water.   The NJDEP has asked The Licensed Site Remediation Professional Association (LSRPA) to solicit comments from our membership on this document.

Please send your comments regarding the Draft Technical Guidance Document for the Characterization of Contaminated Ground Water Discharge to Surface Water to [email protected]Friday, July 10, 2015.  Comments must be provided using this form.  Comments will then be consolidated and a single comprehensive document will be submitted to the NJDEP by the LSRPA Board of Trustees by the NJDEP due date of July 21, 2015.  Members of the LSRPA will receive a copy of our comment document once it is submitted, either via eblast or posting to the LSRPA website.

This is an excellent opportunity to provide feedback/input regarding this guidance document prior to issuance in final form by the NJDEP.   Thank you for your anticipated participation. 

 
LSRPA is a Marketing Sponsor of the Redevelopment Institute's June 19, 2015 online course "A Strategic Framework for Brownfield Redevelopment"
Tuesday, May 26, 2015 05:30 PM

LSRPA is proud to be a marketing sponsor of the Redevelopment Institute’s first Live Course, A Strategic Framework for Brownfield Redevelopment (2 AICP Credits pending)!

This not to be missed webinar is the first of a quarterly pursuit by the Redevelopment Institute to spread knowledge from industry insiders to increase the success of redevelopment projects.  Join co-author of the USEPA New England's PREPARED Workbook, Jim Rocco, as he shares new-and-improved agency-endorsed tools for helping local governments strategically redevelop brownfield sites.

For $49.99, course participants get exclusive access to this vital tool for brownfield redevelopment, including:

*             A 2-Hour Live Course on June 19th at 11:00AM, with 30 minutes of Q&A, AND
*             The NEW Strategic Framework Workbook (available nowhere else!), AND
*             The NEW Strategic Framework Worksheets (Word and Excel), AND
*             A comprehensive Reading List of resources, AND
*             A Recorded Video of the Live Presentation to watch at any time! 

Want to support LSRPA when you sign up? Enter the coupon code “LSRPA” when you purchase the course and the Redevelopment Institute will contribute $10 to facilitate LSRPA’s efforts in return!  Click here to register now.

 

 

 

 

 
LSRPA Comments on the Proposed Licensing Board Rules , NJAC 7:26I.
Thursday, March 12, 2015 05:34 PM

Click here to view the comments. Note:  Although these comments appear on Ransom letterhead, they are the official comments prepared by the LSRPA.  We experienced technical difficulties with the electronic LSRPA letterhead.

 

 

 

 
LSRPA Special Section in New Jersey Business Magazine, March 2015 Issue
Tuesday, March 24, 2015 01:44 PM

Details: https://njlsrpa.memberclicks.net/assets/lsrpa_nj_business_section_march_2015.pdf

 
LSRPA Board Member Caryn Barnes honored as recipient of SWEP's 2015 award at June 24, 2015 SWEP Gala
Monday, July 13, 2015 08:14 PM

Caryn Barnes, LSRP and LSRPA Board Member, Principal and Leader of the environmental team in Langan’s center city Philadelphia office, was recently honored with the prestigious “Growing Great Women in the Garden State” award at the 9th annual New Jersey Society of Women Environmental Professionals Gala (NJSWEP) at the Wine Room of Cherry Hill, NJ.

Each year this award is given to one woman who is admired for her commitment to the field of environmental protection, conservation, and research; her contributions to communicating and sharing knowledge; her dedication to mentoring the next generation of environmental leaders; and her innovative approach to science and/or policy. Caryn exemplifies these tenets as demonstrated by her extensive involvement with the LSRP Association and participation in several NJDEP regulatory stakeholder groups, her fostering the love of environmental sciences in the next generation and her willingness to mentor and build lasting relationships with tomorrow’s leaders.

At the Gala there was an overwhelming turnout of support for Caryn by a diverse group of SWEP members (some of whom are LSRPA members, like SWEP Co-Chair Elizabeth Limbrick, and some are LSRPA Sponsors, like Riker Danzig, the law firm of SWEP Co-Chair Jillian Mooney), industry peers. LSRPA Board and Steering Committee members  and Langan colleagues.  The evening was a true validation of Caryn’s ability to leave an indelible mark on the people and activities in which she engages. From the glowing introductions she received, to fact that, for the first time in history, attendance for the Gala sold out,  the event was a true testament to the respect and recognition that Caryn has garnered over the years. 

 
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