A — April 27 - May 10, 2012 — Green Buildings — Mid Atlantic Real Estate Journal


MAREJ G reen B uildings

Creating the perfect environment

ECAUCUS, NJ—Hartz Mountain Industries’ efforts to reduce their Rooftop and ground-based solar arrays in 2011 Nearly 4% of solar power in NJ constructed by HartzMountain S carbon foot- print don’t j u s t k e e p them ahead of the indus- trial curve, they make the Secau- c u s - b a s e d d e v e l o p e r the leading solar power pro- ducer in New Jersey. Hartz constructed 11.87 MW of rooftop and ground- based solar arrays in 2011, representing 0.6 percent of the national total and 3.8 per- cent of New Jersey’s total. In December 2011, Hartz Mountain began operation Emanuel Stern NEW YORK CITY, NY — EWMA is pleased to an- nounce the arrival of the newest member of our team. George Crimmins joined us on March 26, 2012 as Associate General Counsel and Business Development Executive. George serves as EWMA’s legal counsel to as- sist in contract negotiations and streamline the sales process and also is respon- sible for client development, Hamilton Solar Farm of its largest installation and first ground-based array, an 8.5 Megawatt (MW) field in Hamilton, NJ, comprised customer quality assurance and marketing activities. George is an experienced environmental attorney who has practiced in state and federal courts in New Jersey and New York, with exten- sive experience in interpret- ing CERCLA, New Jersey’s Spill Act and Brownfields Act and the New York State Navigation Law. He has negotiated with federal, state and local agencies and private parties regarding environmental liability, natural resource damages and compliance penalties. George has led teams con- ducting regulatory audits to determine compliance with environmental laws and per- mits and is skilled in all as- pects of environmental due diligence, including estab- lishing innocent purchaser protections under state and federal law. n Experienced Environmental Attorney Crimmins joins EWMA of over 30,000 solar mod- ules. Hartz also installed six rooftop solar panel systems bringing the total number of buildings providing solar power to the company and its tenants through solar panel- ing to 13. “Solar power is not a trend, it’s a business model that we take very seriously as one of many elements in our sustainability efforts,” said Emanuel Stern, president and chief operating officer for Hartz Mountain Industries. “We are not only being re- spectful to the environment, we are saving money for our- selves and tenants through the solar roofs and providing power to the state through the Hamilton farm.” n

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