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Supplemental Environmental Projects (SEPs)

What is a SEP?
A SEP is an environmentally beneficial project that a respondent voluntarily agrees to perform as a condition of settling an enforcement action. A SEP is an activity that the violator would not otherwise have been required to perform, and in which the public or the environment is the primary beneficiary. Since January 2010, seventy-two SEPs have been implemented in C&E.

Examples of Supplemental Environmental Projects
There are several Supplemental Environmental Projects that have been implemented, but the projects listed below are some of the more noteworthy examples of SEPs. Click on the pictures for more information on these projects:

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  Hawk Rise Sanctuary   solar panels
Waterfront South   Hawk Rise   Solar Panels at
Rain Gardens   Sanctuary   Red Bank School
 
Rutgers Camden  picture   Turtle Creek Site   osprey enhancement sep site
Rutgers University   Turtle Creek   Osprey Population
         
Solar Panels    
Heart of Camden   Phoenix Park   Bear Swamp
         

Click here if you have a proposal for a SEP.

For more information on SEPs, speak to your facility inspector or contact:

Devin Walker SEP@dep.nj.gov


More about SEP Policy
Click on the link below to find out more details about SEPs and how SEPs are implemented in the State of New Jersey:

   
 
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