NJDEP has proclaimed that its recently revamped program established a "new paradigm" in New Jersey's site remediation regulatory landscape. New federal legislation is brewing, however, that could pre-empt certain aspects of these new regulations. It could also impose onerous financial burdens on industry and impact business growth and profitability by restricting a company's use of its operating and investment capital.
Another Potential Paradigm Shift in The Site Remediation Landscape?
New Jersey Law Journal
February 28, 2013
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