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April 1, 2021 - [EXTERNAL]: Site Remediation Community Corner and
Immediate Environmental Concern GIS Layer

From: NJ Department of Environmental Protection NJDEP@public.govdelivery.com
To: NJDEP@public.govdelivery.com
Date & Time: 4/1/2021 12:37:00 PM
Subject [EXTERNAL]: Site Remediation Community Corner and Immediate Environmental Concern GIS Layer

[EXTERNAL]: Site Remediation Community Corner and Immediate Environmental Concern GIS Layer

The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP) Site Remediation Waste Management Program (SRWMP) is pleased to announce the release of a new GIS layer that displays all active Immediate Environmental Concern (IEC) cases within the State of New Jersey. The IEC GIS layer was developed to enable SRWMP to provide detailed information to the public and regulated community on the highest priority cases within SRWMP. Detailed information concerning an IEC and the IEC GIS layer can be accessed through our newly created SRWMP Community Corner, a webpage designed specifically to keep New Jersey residents informed on SRWMP activities present within and proximal to their communities. Among the information provided via the SRWMP Community Corner posting is the definition of an IEC, an explanation of the IEC remedial process, instructions on how to access the IEC GIS layer in the NJDEP Site Remediation Profile in NJ GeoWeb, and an explanation on the usage of the IEC GIS layer.

The IEC GIS layer is also viewable directly via the NJDEP Site Remediation Profile in NJ GeoWeb.


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