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Over 17 Financial Institutions represented at 6th Annual Environmental Lunch & Learn for Lenders

TTI presented its Environmental Lunch and Learn for Lenders on May 12 at the Moorestown Community House. This year’s event was attended by representatives from 17 difference financial institutions. Presentations focused on actual case studies, site lending risks, activity and use limitations, hazard risk analysis and costs, continued client needs and interactive discussion. TTI has […]

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On behalf of LSRPA, TTI speaks to Stockton University students about Environmental Consulting

Representing the New Jersey Licensed Site Remediation Professionals Association (LSRPA) College Outreach program,  Kristin Heimburger, LSRP, TTI’s Director of Environmental Consulting, and member of the LSRPA, spoke to Stockton University students about the environmental consulting field.  Ms. Heimburger presented with Ryan Pottieger, an Assistant Project Manager at TTI and graduate of Stockton. The talk introduced […]

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Kristin Heimburger represents LSRPA in scholarship presentation to Mercer High School graduates

Kristin Heimburger of TTI Environmental represented the Association and its Scholarship Committee on June 10, 2015 to present scholarships to the six students graduating from the Mercer High School who assisted the LSRPA during the 2014/2015 academic year.  At a Scholarship and  Awards Dinner hosted by the school, Kristin was there to recognize the work […]

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Proposed new rule greatly lessens LSRP’s reporting responsibilities during Due Diligence

Lenders and site property owners have an ongoing concern regarding LSRP discharge reporting responsibilities during the performance of Phase I due diligence.  Proposed new rules may alleviate some of these concerns. The Site Remediation Professional Licensing Board is proposing new rules N.J.A.C. 7:26I (January 5, 2015) to implement the Site Remediation Reform Act (SRRA).  Under […]

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TTI proud to announce Kristin Kaeser as LSRP

TTI is pleased to announce that Kristin Kaeser, Senior Environmental Project Supervisor recently achieved her LSRP – Licensed Site Remediation Professional (LSRP) Certification. As an LSRP, Kristin joins an elite group of environmental professionals with expanded authorities and responsibilities for oversight of environmental remediation and investigations under the Site Remediation Reform Act (SRRA) and is […]

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Representing over 14 Lending Institutions, Environmental Bankers Lunched & Learned with TTI

TTI’s 3rd Annual Environmental Lunch & Learn for Lenders was attended by over 30 representatives from 14 national and local banks. The Lunch & Learn platform offered a direct line of interaction to discuss and be informed about environmental changes affecting the banking and lending community. Hosted at the Moorestown Community House in Moorestown, NJ, […]

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TTI to hold Environmental Lunch & Learn for Lenders on March 21, 2014

TTI will be hosting an Environmental Lunch and Learn Seminar on Friday, March 21, 2014, at the Moorestown Community House in Moorestown, NJ. Presentations will be on current environmental topics that influence the banking and lending community. TTI’s environmental professionals stay educated on environmental regulations and standards and understand clients’ needs for compliant, well-documented and […]

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New DAF calculation raises impact to groundwater screening levels.

From NJDEP SRRA – The default Dilution-Attenuation Factor (DAF) used for calculating Impact to Ground Water Soil Remediation Standards (IGWSRS) has been updated from its previous value of 13 to a new value of 20.   This change results in new default impact to ground water soil screening levels, which are listed in an updated Soil-Water […]

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Legislation Passes for 2014 Remedial Action Due Date Extended 2 Years – on its way to Governor Christie for Signature.

On January 14, 2014, Assembly Bill No. 4543 passed in both the NJ Assembly and Senate.  Under current law, remedial investigations are required by be completed by May 7, 2014 under the Site Remediation Reform Act.  Governor Christie is expected to sign the bill which would allow NJDEP to grant up to 2-year extensions for […]

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Proposed Extension to the May 7, 2014 Statutory Deadline to Complete a Remedial Investigation

New Jersey Senators Bob Smith and Christopher “Kip” Bateman have drafted legislation, Senate Bill No. 3075, to provide an extension to the Site Remediation Reform Act (SRRA) statutory deadline to complete a remedial investigation by May 7, 2014.  The NJDEP may grant an extension to allow completion of the remedial investigation, prior to NJDEP taking […]

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