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Take the "Evaluating the New Jersey Brownfield Remediation Process" Survey
Center for Urban Environmental Sustainability, School of Environmental and Biological Sciences, Rutgers


Kimberly Tryba, a second year graduate student at Rutgers who is pursuing a master's in landscape architecture, is investigating the impact of New Jersey's Site Remediation Reform Act. She seeks to understand how its introduction in 2009 has impacted the industry above and beyond requiring that a licensed site remediation professional (LSRP) be associated with a project.

As part of this independent study, she's conducting a survey of professionals who have worked within site remediation in New Jersey. You do not need to be an LSRP to take the survey. The requirement is that you must have worked in site remediation conducted in New Jersey since 2009. Go to to take the survey. The survey takes only a few minutes to complete. (Note: If Explorer is your web browser, you may need to use Firefox or Chrome to participate.)

Initial survey results will be presented at the annual meeting of the New Jersey ASLA Chapter (NJASLA) in Atlantic City at the end of February, with a subsequent paper to be submitted in the spring to academic and professional journals for publication.

For more information about the New Jersey Site Remediation Reform Act visit

Contact information:
Kimberly Tryba
MLA Candidate, Class of 2017
Department of Landscape Architecture
C: (917) 538-4756

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