This post may interest businesses and property owners affected by New Jersey's contaminated site cleanup rules and be of particular value for attorneys and consultants who make a living interpreting and executing those directives.
The Cole Schotz law firm's Environmental and Energy Department reports today on a NJ Appellate Division ruling that a property owner is entitled to have an administrative hearing regarding the rescission of a no further action letter (“NFA Letter”) by the state Department of Environmental Protection.
In this case, a subsidiary of Hartz Mountain Industries, a former landlord of an industrial tenant named Crompton Colors, Inc., appealed DEP’s rescission of an NFA Letter issued in 2002 and the denial of its request for a hearing to contest the decision.
You'll find attorney full report here.
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