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Published Article – SRRA: Are We Better Off Four Years Later?

Posted on July 18, 2016

May of 2012 marked the implementation of New Jersey’s Site Remediation Reform Act or SRRA. The SRRA reformed many environmental regulations in New Jersey; the act now holds responsible parties liable for site remediation under strict timeframes and requires a Licensed Site Remediation Professional (LSRP) to supervise and remain on retainer for all sites. In the article attached below, Peter Downham, LSRP of Roux Associates and Lila T. Wynne, Esquire, co-chair of the Environmental & Toxic Tort Litigation Practice Group at Marshall Dennehey Warner Coleman & Goggin, discuss the benefits and challenges the SRRA has posed for New Jersey within the last four years. To request a copy of “SRRA: Are We Better Off Four Years Later?” from the New Jersey Law Journal, click here.

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