The Office of Brownfield Reuse offers expertise in all aspects
of brownfield remediation and reuse, with staff members serving
as resources for municipalities, businesses, developers and
community groups interested in remediating and reusing brownfield
sites for open space, housing, businesses, commercial development
and public purposes. Generally, staff work in designated areas
of the state as indicated below, however, all staff are happy
to answer general questions and welcome your inquiries.
Bureau Chief (609) 984-2001
Tim is responsible for managing the staff that administers all
of the brownfield incentives in which NJDEP plays a role.
Brownfield ReDevelopment Areas
- North Central/East Region – Anthony
Findley (609) 292-1388:
Oversees projects in Hudson, Middlesex, and Union Counties,
and is the project manager for the Elizabethport (Elizabeth),
Chrome Waterfront (Carteret), Waterfront Development (Perth
Amboy), Sayreville Waterfront, Central Business District (Rahway)
and Keasbey Redevelopment (Woodbridge) BDAs.
- Northeast Region - Stephen
Kehayes (609) 777-0649
Oversees projects in Essex and Hudson Counties, and is the project
manager for the Lister Avenue (Newark), Route 440 Corridor (Bayonne),
Harrison Waterfront, Grand Jersey (Jersey City), Central Valley
(Orange/West Orange), and Central Business District (Plainfield)
- Central Region – Ian
Oversees projects in Monmouth, Morris and Somerset Counties,
and is the project manager for the Keyport Waterfront, West
Lake Avenue (Neptune City), Springfield Avenue (Asbury Park)
and Passaic Avenue Waterfront (Kearny) BDAs.
- Greater Camden Area Frank
McLaughlin (609) 633-8227:
Oversees projects in Camden County, and is the project manager
for the North Camden, Cramer Hill (Camden), Route 73 South (Palmyra)
and Pennsauken Waterfront BDAs.
- Shore Region – Christopher
Kanakis (609) 633-1460:
Oversees projects in Passaic and Atlantic Counties, and is the
project manager for the Great Falls Historic District (Paterson),
Seaport Village (Belmar) and Downtown District (Lodi) BDAs.
- Lower Delaware Region – William
Lindner (609) 633-1223:
Oversees projects in Gloucester and Burlington Counties and
is the project manager for the Ford Avenue (Milltown), Southport
Redevelopment (Gloucester City) and Towne Center (Haddon) BDAs.
Hazardous Discharge Site Remediation Program
- John Doyon
– (609) 633-0713
John is responsible for handling applications for loans and
grant in the following counties: Bergen, Cape May, Cumberland,
Essex, Hudson, Hunterdon and Passaic.
- Yang Cao
– (609) 633-0753
Yang is responsible for handling applications for loans and
grant in the following counties: Atlantic, Gloucester, Mercer,
Monmouth, and Somerset. Yang also manages the Monument/Magic
Marker and Assunpink Greenway BDAs in Trenton.
Deely – (609) 633-1332
Michael is responsible for handling applications for loans and
grant in the following counties: Camden, Ocean and Salem.
Michael is also working on the Salem Industrial Gateway BDA.
Orobono-Stopper – (609) 633-0736
Rachel is responsible for handling applications for loans and
grant in the following counties: Burlington, Middlesex,
Morris, Sussex, Union and Warren
Landfill Remediation and Redevelopment Program
The landfill remediation and redevelopment unit is responsible
for the proper closure, remediation and redevelopment of landfills.
This unit combines the review and approval processes of both
the site remediation and solid and hazardous waste programs
for landfill closure to provide potential developers with a
single case manager in the Department.
Ent – (609) 984-4633
Carolyn is responsible for a wide-range of landfill remediation
and redevelopment cases across the state. Carolyn is also
managing the Bellmawr Waterfront BDA.
Wienckoski – (609) 984-4617
Ron is responsible for several landfill remediation and redevelopment
cases across the state. Ron is also managing the Landfill
Station (Somerville) BDA.
Watson – (609) 292-5084
Roger is responsible for many of the landfill certification
requirements to demonstrate that closure and remediation systems
have been implemented in the manner approved by the Department.
NJDEP-Office of Brownfield Reuse
401 East State Street
PO Box 028
Trenton, NJ 08625