Find out how operators in areas with Environmental Justice (EJ) programs avoid potential impacts on communities by using intelligent, automated tools based on science and sector best-practice.
Bill S232 was enacted by the State of New Jersey last year, bringing along a number of important changes seeking reduction in the burden of pollution on communities.
Under the new rules, the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP) will be required to evaluate permits for industrial facilities located in over 300 state municipalities to assess if they can continue or expand their operations. At least 700 existing facilities will now be under stricter operating and permitting rules.
Various stakeholders have expressed concerns about the potential impact that facility closures may have on the economy and employment, especially as the world emerges from the COVID-19 pandemic. The reality is that industries and communities are mutually dependent - but how can EJ and economic growth coexist? Environmental Intelligence (EI) offers a viable way forward.
Diagnose issues before they occur
Sustain growth and mitigate impact
Eliminate friction with communities
Alex Zamudio is Envirosuite’s leading Advisor in the Eastern USA region, helping organizations in waste, wastewater and industrial operations transform their business and increase value-creation across the board through Environmental Intelligence.
Alex has over 15 years of experience helping clients succeed through digital transformation, and continues to drive Envirosuite's growth in the region by providing operators with intelligent tools that help them maintain their social license and increase operational efficiencies.