The Quarterly Brownfield Roundtables are a forum designed to promote
information sharing among both public and private entities involved
with the remediation and reuse of brownfields in New Jersey. These
roundtables are held in the NJDEP's Public Hearing Room, located at 401 East
State Street in Trenton. No pre-registration is required.
The morning session is held from 10:00 am to noon and consists of workshops
for municipal, county, state, federal and non-profit communities
only. Consultants or other private entities are only admitted
at the request of one of these public communities. DEP uses
this forum to learn what is working
and what challenges public entities face during their redevelopment projects.
The afternoon session is held from 1:00 to 4:00 pm and is open to
all parties interested in brownfield redevelopment. A
regular feature of the afternoon session is a regulatory and legislative
update from representatives of the USEPA and the NJDEP Office of Brownfield
Reuse (OBR). The afternoon session also includes presentations
on various topics relevant to brownfield remediation and reuse.
For information regarding the quarterly brownfield
roundtables, please contact NJDEP OBR at (609) 984-1790.
The 2016 Brownfield Roundtables are scheduled for March 4, June 3, September 9, and December 2.