...the endorsement of the New Jersey League of Municipalities and the Sierra Club's New Jersey chapter. Still, there are concerns. "...
The Appellate Division unequivocally found that the Department of Environmental Protection had the authority to waive strict compliance from its regulatory requirements. But it sent the agency back t
Rules that allow the Department of Environmental Protection to waive its own regulations are legal, a state appeals court says in turning back a challenge by environmental and labor organizations
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
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In DEP v. Dimant, N.J. Supreme Court clarifies the standard of proof required in Spill Act contribution action
DEP provides guidance on new waiver rule, but future remains clouded
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