Planning for and Response to Catastrophic Events at Contaminated Sites

New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection: Site Remediation and Waste Management Program – June 2016

Proper planning for catastrophic events can result in less significant impacts, including personal injuries/deaths, property damage, economic-production time losses, and resources dedicated to recovery efforts. Proper planning can also eliminate and/or reduce the unintended release of contaminants and impacts to the environment during these types of events. This article discusses improved preparation and resilience tactics to help areas against future severe weather events.

Link: http://www.nj.gov/dep/srp/guidance/srra/response_to_catastrophic_events.pdf

 

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