What is your current position?
I am a senior environmental consultant, with specialties in brownfield remediation and redevelopment, non-profit professional organization management, and regulatory advice.
Why did you choose the field/profession you are in today?
I’ve been interested in the environmental field since high school and became interested in facility siting and hazardous waste management in graduate school. Brownfield remediation and redevelopment became a real pa
In August 2019, New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy signed amendments to the state’s Site Remediation Reform Act (SRRA), commonly known as SRRA 2.0. It was the first change in 10 years to New Jersey’s program, which has led to more and faster clean ups of contaminated sites throughout the state.
Most of the changes are tweaks. A host of interested groups spent a year reviewing potential changes. Legislative leaders told the groups to find consensus items and “do no harm” to the hi
New Jersey’s history as an industrial center has left a legacy of liabilities for real estate owners and developers. As a result, buyers and sellers of a wide range of properties encounter serious environmental concerns, from leaking underground storage tanks to buried industrial waste, poor quality fill material, improper handling of hazardous materials, historic PCB usage and spills. The volume of contaminated sites coupled with increased demand for efficient cleanup has le
If you have travelled through New Jersey in recent years, you may have noticed a difference. Maybe you saw an old factory is gone, that a new town center has opened, or a new residential high-rise or school is under construction in places like Camden, Passaic, Newark, and Jersey City, or even right in your home town.
Throughout the state, New Jersey is cleaning contaminated sites and turning them into productive, attractive facilities - and the state’s Licensed Site Remedi
A Licensed Site Remediation Professional (LSRP) is an experienced environmental consultant who has completed a rigorous application and exam process to be licensed by the State of New Jersey. LSRPs are hired by Responsible Parties (RPs) to direct environmental investigations and remedial actions in accordance with applicable New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP) rules and regulations. Each LSRP is required to maintain their license by attending courses on