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  • 18 Jun 2021 8:54 AM | Anonymous

    On Saturday, June 12th, NJSWEP hiked the Blue Trail of the Great Swamp National Wildlife Refuge. Our guide, Blaine Rothauser of GZA GeoEnviromental, shared his vast knowledge of the area with the group. Thank you to everyone that was able to join us! For everyone that couldn't make it, we hope to see you very soon.

    Check out this video collage from the event

  • 04 Jan 2021 1:51 PM | Anonymous

    Applications for the NJEDA’s new Brownfields Loan Program open on January 14th, 2021! Learn more and apply today at https://www.njeda.com/bfloans.

    The Brownfields Loan Program provides low-interest loans of up to $5 million to potential brownfield site purchasers and current brownfield site owners who intend to develop commercial, retail, or mixed-use developments, expansions, or reuses. Unlike many funding sources for brownfields projects, the Brownfields Loan Program will finance pre-construction planning, demolition, asbestos, PCB removal, and lead-based paint remediation.

    Applications will be open from January 14th to April 13th, 2021. Loans will be awarded through a competitive application process, with projects receiving scores based on various details about the brownfield site and the proposed redevelopment project. Projects that provide beneficial end uses will receive higher scores.

    Learn more and prepare to apply today at https://www.njeda.com/bfloans.

  • 20 Oct 2020 9:36 AM | Deleted user

    Film Editing & Video Compilation Services Needed

    SWEP of Great Philadelphia is seeking a multimedia professional or college student to assist with the creation of video and multimedia content for their website.  Proposals are due by November 15th to SWEP of Greater Philadelphia.

    A copy of the RFP and additional information can be found on the SWEP-GP News Page:  https://www.swepweb.com/page-1374997/9300721

  • 15 Oct 2020 9:30 AM | Deleted user

    Monday, October 26, 2020; 2:00pm

    Transforming Brownfields: A Path Towards Environmental and Social Justice

    The Office of Brownfield and Community Revitalization (OBCR) would like to invite you to a special event being hosted by NJEDA.  This virtual conference is free and will discuss “Transforming Brownfields: A Path Towards Environmental and Social Justice”  Monday, October 26, 2020; 2:00pm

     This webinar will feature NJDEP's Deputy Commissioner Olivia Glenn discussing New Jersey's recently passed landmark environmental justice legislation.

     A round table discussion with Passaic Mayor Hector Lora and Trenton Mayor W. Reed Gusciora will follow, focusing on how communities have long suffered the negative impacts of contaminated, industrial and commercial properties, and how transformation of those properties can create opportunities for social equity and environmental justice.   See http://bit.ly/TransformingBFs for registration!

    In other news ….OBCR will be restarting our Quarterly Brownfield Roundtable.  Please put a hold on your calendars for December 8 from 9-12.  The meeting will be virtual.  Details will be provided soon. 

     We hope you can attend!

    William J. Lindner, Manager
    Office of Brownfield & Community Revitalization
    NJDEP-Site Remediation & Waste Management Program

  • 18 Nov 2019 3:43 PM | Deleted user

    A National Brownfield Conference 1st!
    A Women in Brownfields Roundtable
    December 11, 2019 - 12-1 pm, LACC Room, 409 A/B
    And/ or
    The Brownfield Brains, Babes and Broads Barfest
    December 12, 2019, 8 pm+
    403 W 12th St, Los Angeles, CA 90015
    All are welcome!
    For additional session details, contact:

    Ann Carroll, mailto:carroll.ann@epa.gov
    Sue Boyle, mailto:SBoyle@geiconsultants.com
    Mary Hashem, mailto:Mary@resolutionsdev.com

    Don your red and white polka dot ‘Rosie the Riveter’ scarf, pin or embellishment and join us!

  • 29 Oct 2019 11:33 AM | Deleted user

    Brinkerhoff Environmental Services


    Brinkerhoff Environmental Services, Inc., Newark office, has an opening for an entry to mid-level technical professional. Firm provides Environmental Consulting and Engineering Services.

    Position offers opportunity to work, and advance, with team of highly skilled and knowledgeable individuals. Training and continuing education are emphasized. Salary and responsibilities commensurate with experience.

    • Technical field and office work
    • Client interaction in professional and field settings
    • Travel to work sites primarily NJ and NY

    • BS/MS in environmental science, engineering, geology, or related field
    • Planning and organizational skills
    • Communication skills
    • Related experience with writing abilities
    • 0-4 years related experience

    • Great working environment
    • Advancement opportunities
    • 401(k), health benefits, vacation pay

    Please send resume and cover letter to  mailto:Resumes@BrinkEnv.com

  • 27 Sep 2019 4:03 PM | Deleted user



     NJDEP and A&WMA NCNJ 18th Annual Regulatory Update Conference

    November 22, 2019: 8:30 AM-4:00 PM

    The NCNJ Chapter of A&WMA is proud to co-sponsor with NJDEP this annual event that gives the regulated community the opportunity to hear firsthand from senior NJDEP personnel about the latest environmental regulatory initiatives. This one-day conference will be held on Friday, November 22, 2019 at NJDEP Headquarters, 401 East State Street, Trenton, NJ 08625.

    For more information and to Register:


  • 06 Sep 2017 9:27 AM | Stephanie Turkot (Administrator)

    Are you looking for ways to connect with fellow NJSWEP members, become more visible in the organization, and cultivate your leadership skills?   Consider joining the NJSWEP Steering Committee! 


    Dear NJSWEP Members,


    Are you looking for ways to connect with fellow NJSWEP members, become more visible in the organization, and cultivate your leadership skills? Now is your chance! We have openings in several of our committees, and are looking for volunteers to join us either as Committee Chair or as a Committee Member. You can contribute as much – or as little – of your skills and time as you’d like. We are looking for the following positions:

    News and Announcements Committee Chair
    The News Committee members take pictures and write short summaries of NJSWEP events to be published on the NJSWEP website and sent out through email blasts. The committee also uses our website and email blasts to apprise members of news, upcoming NJSWEP events, and other events that may be of interest to NJSWEP members. In addition, the committee prepares a year-in-review email that is sent to NJSWEP members in December and serves to document the history of NJSWEP. The position is great for people looking to attend a variety of events while promoting, photographing, and documenting NJSWEP events, and sharing your editorial skills in the role of News and Announcements Committee Chair.

    Gala Committee Chair
    The Gala Committee is responsible for planning the annual NJSWEP Gala, our premier event of the year. The Gala celebrates women who have made a significant contribution to the environmental community with the Growing Great Women in the Garden State Award. The Gala also celebrates future environmental professionals with the presentation of NJSWEP’s annual scholarship awards. The Gala Committee is responsible for soliciting nominations for the Growing Great Women award, selecting the recipient, scouting the Gala venue, and planning all details of the events, including the event program, invitations, registration, menu, décor, favors, and designing the award.  This is a well-established committee that has been functional for several years; current committee members will serve as liaisons with the award recipient, the scholarship committee, and the sponsorship committee.

    Programs Committee
    Whether you have a great idea for a one-time event that you would like to make happen or are interested in helping to develop, organize, coordinate, and/or market our regular calendar of events, the Programs Committee is your opportunity to help shape NJSWEP.  Our events and programs are our core function and are integral to the success of NJSWEP. The programs can be educational, technical, and/or social, to provide attendees with an outlet to embrace personal and professional development.

    The success of this organization can be attributed to the members who have volunteered their time in various leadership positions. We look forward to hearing from you. If you can contribute your time, thoughtfulness, and leadership for approximately 3-4 hours per month and are interested in exploring this opportunity, please email Kavitha Subramaniam at subramaniamk@cdmsmith.com  or Stephanie Turkot at  Stephanie.turkot@gza.com.


    Kavitha Subramaniam and Stephanie Turkot

    NJSWEP Co-Chairs


  • 17 Feb 2016 8:08 AM | Kelly McCormick

    Earn a Rutgers Flood Hazard Area Certificate By Taking These Three NJ Flood Hazard Area Control Act Rules Classes!


    If you prepare or review flood hazard area applications, this new Rutgers  Flood Hazard Area Certificate Program will help you navigate the technical issues and regulatory requirements involved in obtaining NJDEP Flood Hazard permits and approvals.

    This three-day program being offered March 3rd, March 21st and April 13th covers all aspects of NJ's flood hazard area program, from basic concepts, such as what is a flood hazard area and riparian zone, to complex engineering and environmental issues. Click the link below for more information on the courses:




    Questions? Contact Program Coordinator Pamela Springard-Mayer at (848) 932-7463 or pspring@rci.rutgers.edu

  • 01 Feb 2016 8:00 AM | Kelly McCormick

    Click here for the 2016 NJSWEP Scholarship Application. Scholarship money will be granted  to two female students, one graduate and one undergraduate, who are pursuing environmentally-related studies with an intended commitment to pursue a career in the environmental field. The deadline for applications is March 31, 2016. 

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