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|From:||NJ Department of Environmental Protection NJDEP@public.govdelivery.com|
|Date & Time:||12/16/2022 1:11:00 PM|
|Subject||[EXTERNAL]: Contaminated Site Remediation & Redevelopment Program's Monitored Natural Attenuation & Ground Water Remedial Action Permit Guidance Training|
[EXTERNAL]: Contaminated Site Remediation & Redevelopment Program's Monitored Natural Attenuation & Ground Water Remedial Action Permit Guidance Training
The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection's (NJDEP's) Contaminated Site Remediation & Redevelopment Program (CSRRP) will be providing detailed training on the updated Monitored Natural Attenuation (MNA) Technical Guidance document (September 2022, Version 2.0) and the Ground Water Remedial Action Permit (GW RAP) Guidance document (January 2023, proposed Version 2.0).
The training will be held on Tuesday, January 31, 2023, from 9am - 1pm online only via GoToWebinar (see registration details below). If you register and cannot attend, please contact Tyrone Jordan (Tyrone.Jordan@dep.nj.gov) and/or Gillian Schwert (Gillian.Schwert@dep.nj.gov) as soon as possible to cancel your registration and to free up a slot for another attendee.
The Monitored Natural Attenuation Technical Guidance document is designed to provide detailed technical information on the use of MNA as a remedial action for sites with contaminated ground water in New Jersey. The Ground Water RAP Guidance document is designed to assist the person responsible for conducting the remediation to determine when and who is required to obtain a Ground Water RAP and to assist in navigating the Ground Water RAP process. The training will offer a detailed discussion of the revisions made to both guidance documents, as well as case study examples and frequently asked questions.
The presentation is being delivered via GoToWebinar. The maximum number of individual participants supported by GoToWebinar for this training is 500. Please do not wait to register if you are interested in attending. As the capacity for this platform does not exceed 500 participants, additional slots cannot be made available.
To Register for the Webinar:
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar. You will be able to join the webinar starting at 8:45 AM on January 31.
To repeat, if you register and cannot attend, please contact Tyrone Jordan (Tyrone.Jordan@dep.nj.gov) and/or Gillian Schwert (Gillian.Schwert@dep.nj.gov) as soon as possible to cancel your registration and to free up a slot for another attendee.
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