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Site Remediation - Municipality Details




All Sites Reports
This category has been designed to identify all the sites in your neighborhood. There is a list of all the counties and municipalities in New Jersey to choose from. Once a municipality is chosen, a list of all the known sites in the selected municipality, with contamination and without contamination, will be displayed. From this list, you can "branch out" to more detailed reports which include information such as site status, site conditions, completed tasks, case manager name and case manager phone number. To view additional information on related subjects visit SRWM Web Site and SRWM Community Relations Web Site



Sites with Conditions Reports
This category includes all sites with institutional controls and / or conditions such as classification exception areas, deed notices and immediate environmental concerns. An institutional control is a mechanism used to limit human activities at or near a contaminated site, or to ensure the effectiveness of the remedial action over time, when contaminants remain at a site at levels above the applicable remediation standard which would allow for the unrestricted use of the property. Institutional controls may include, without limitation, structure, land, and natural resource use restrictions, well restriction areas, classification exception areas, declaration of environmental restrictions / deed notices. Refer to the Site Remediation & Waste Management Technical Requirements N.J.A.C. 7:26E -1.8 and the Ground Water Quality Standards N.J.A.C. 7:9C-1.6 for more information. An "Immediate Environmental Concern" (IEC) is a condition that poses an acute threat to human health or a direct threat to the drinking water of the State.



Incident Reports
This report enables the requestor to view the incidents that the Bureau of Emergency Response (BER) responded to in the selected Municipality. BER has the responsibility of responding to emergencies involving oil and hazardous materials, to ensure that discharges of these materials do not threaten the health of the public and environment. For additional information on BER visit Bureau of Emergency Response Web site



 

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Last Updated: June 15, 2012

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