NEWARK, NJ —EWMA, one of the leading Environmental Consulting & Remediation firms, will be hosting an exclusive VIP Event at the NJ Devil’s/Calgary Flames game at the Prudential Center Executive Suite on March 19th.
EWMA will be also tapping into the live stream Facebook community for its premiere episode of CAP-IT Corner. Hosted by EWMA executives Don Richardson and Michael "Mike" Sylvester, the event will take place after the first period.
“We are beyond proud with the po
PARSIPPANY, NJ — EWMA announced plans for its new corporate headquarters in Parsippany. After more than 20 years in the Lanidex Plaza, the environmental remediation company said its new facility will be ready for occupancy in the fall of 2020.
“This brand new facility, now under construction, will help improve productivity, which will allow us to better serve our clients, plus create even more job opportunities,” said Michael Sylvester, executive vice president of EWMA. “Our
It’s a frustrating scenario that plays out quite frequently in New Jersey: a routine development is challenged by other unknown groundwater contaminants discovered on the site. Whether the property was already undergoing an environmental cleanup or the contaminants are a total surprise, discovery of a groundwater plume can bring a smooth development process to a screeching halt. A routine project can be thrown into the throes of litigation, not to mention unexpected incurred
PARSIPPANY, NJ — As real estate costs in the tri-state area continue to rise, owners and developers are continually searching for ways to better handle a price tag that can quickly run over budget, particularly when it comes to environmental cleanups. Those looking for a way to address their property’s environmental cleanup needs with peace of mind in their expenses can turn to SECUR-IT, a fixed-price remediation program managed by EWMA, an environmental consulting and remedi
An environmental remediation project can be challenging to track and quantify. Site cleanup is a key part of the contaminated land redevelopment process, but unlike the plot of land or the new construction itself, the results of the cleanup and the return on investment (ROI) of cleanup are not always clear-cut as a success story. Especially when costs are not capped at the outset of the project it can be difficult to even begin remediation.
Understandably, stakeholders want
Due to economic volatility and lack of sites available for development, I feel that development will have its focus primarily in certain targeted areas. New Jersey’s new Opportunity Zones program established opportunity zones in 169 census tracts in 75 municipalities. The qualification to become an Opportunity Zone comes from nomination by the state and has been certified by the Secretary of the U.S. Treasury through the Internal Revenue Service. Opportunity Zones were create
The commercial and industrial real estate market in New Jersey is healthy and currently growing. Due to the lack of developable land and the strong economy in the state, developers are now looking to develop brownfield properties that are usually passed over due to environmental concerns. The need for brownfield sites to be developed into residential, commercial and industrial buildings is being driven by two trends: the desire people have to live near urban areas and the nee