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O wners , D evelopers & M anagers By Maura E. Blau, Greenbaum Rowe Smith & Davis LLP NJDEP’s revised soil remediation standards may potentially impact remediation projects

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site where remediation was completed with a Response Action Outcome (RAO) condi- tioned only on a soil Remedia- tion Action Permit and deed no- tice based solely on exceedances of a compound which nowmeets the current criteria, an applica- tion can be made to NJDEP to terminate the deed notice and permit. Once the permit is ter- minated, an unrestricted RAO could then be issued. If you believe you may fall into this category and would like to discuss, or have any questions regarding the infor- mation presented in this Alert and how it may impact ongoing or completed remediation proj- ects, please contact the author, Maura E. Blau. Maura E. Blau Counsel at Greenbaum Rowe Smith & Davis LLP. n to providing superior service to clients in the mid-Atlantic region and expanding their capabilities to include Nucor systems allows them access to the latest in energy efficiency, design flexibility, and struc- tural stability.” Big Box Buildings is a gen- eral contractor specializing in commercial buildings through- out the mid-Atlantic region. n

n September 18, 2017, the New Jersey Depart- ment of Environmen-

include less stringent resi- dential and non-residential standards for several so-called polycyclic aromatic hydrocar- bons (PAHs), typically found in historic fill here in New Jersey, including benzo(a)anthracene, benzo(a)pyrene and benzo(b) fluoranthene. For the com- pounds known as chlorinated volatile organics (CVOCs), notable changes include less stringent residential and non- residential soil standards for tetrachloroethene (PCE) and more stringent residential and non-residential standards for tricholorethene (TCE). A Notice of Administrative Correction to the Notice of Administrative Change was also published for two of the compounds, hexachloroethane and 1,1,1-trichloroethane. For those that may have a high-quality building solutions that are custom designed, yet cost-effective, energy efficient, and faster to erect than conven- tional construction methods. “We are proud to welcome Big Box Buildings to Nucor Build- ing Systems Authorized Builder Network,” said Bruce McCa- rdle , district sales manager of Nucor Building Systems. “Big Box Buildings is committed

tal Protection (NJDEP) is- sued a No- t i ce o f Ad- ministrative Change im- pacting the s o i l r eme - diation stan- dards for 19

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contaminants. The standards have been updated to reflect U.S. Environmental Protec- tion Agency (EPA) revisions to the toxicity data for the affected compounds, as listed in the EPA's Integrated Risk Information System database. The updated standards became effective immediately upon is- suance of the Notice. The soil standard changes Newport, DE — Nucor Building Systems , a manu- facturer of custom-engineered metal building systems an- nounced the addition of Big Box Buildings (Newport, DE) as an Authorized Nucor Builder. By partnering with Nucor Building Systems, Big Box Buildings is now able to offer its customers a wide array of

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