Seeking A Licensed Site Professional Program In NJ
Many of those cases involve the redevelopment of contaminated properties in the context of New Jersey's Brownfield statutes and otherwise.
From a business perspective, these properties cannot be redeveloped without NJDEP approval, notwithstanding the fact that many of them do not represent a substantial endangerment to human health or the environment.
Indeed, many financial institutions and insurers require NJDEP approval before the underlying transaction can proceed....
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