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Site Remediation News May 2001 (Vol 13 N0 1) Index

Site Remediation News: May 2001

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The Site Remediation News is published by the Program Support Element.




No Cost Technology Sessions

NJDEP, in cooperation with the Interstate Technology and Regulatory Cooperation Workgroup (ITRC), will be conducting in-depth, three-hour technical sessions on selected technologies for DEP Case managers in the coming months (see the SRP Training article).

We encourage consultants, military base environmental managers, industry representatives, and other interested parties to attend these sessions as well, again, at no charge. The first of these was on Chemical Oxidation on April 30, 2001 in the DEP Public Hearing Room. Additional technology sessions will be held on June 28, September 5, and December 5, 2001, so please mark your calendars.

Please register online at or contact Marybeth Brenner, NJDEP at 609-292-2885 to register.

We look forward to seeing you there! -End of Article-






Site Remediation News

State of New Jersey
Department of Environmental Protection
Division of Publicly Funded Site Remediation
PO Box 413
Trenton, New Jersey 08625-0413

Senior Editor  Donna Marie Zalis
Editorial Review Board  Ron Corcory, Barry Frasco, Linda Grayson, Wayne Howitz, George King, George Klein, Kevin Kratina, Ed Putnam, Dave Sweeney, and Bob Van Fossen
Graphics Support  Kathy Pietras
Contributing Writers  Tom O’Neill, Peter Cagno, Erick Kinsel, Jeff Griesemer, Brian Sogorka, Michael Infanger and Phyllis E. Bross

General Information:

Please be sure to include the box number on all mail addressed to the Industrial Site Evaluation Element. Some mail has been received by the element many weeks past the date on the correspondence, due to the omission of the box number. The proper way to address mail to the element is:

Section Name or Case Manager's Name
Industrial Site Evaluation Element
PO Box 028
Trenton, New Jersey 08625-0028


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