Twice-a-year reports
offer detailed updates
The independent site administrator submits a report to Superior Court twice a year, detailing the progress made by the parties to a 2009 agreement that established a process for cleaning up PPG’s chromium sites in Hudson County. Click here to read the latest report, which contains maps, timetables and more.
Newsletter provides
overview of cleanups
Though PPG has dug up and hauled away approximately 950,000 tons of soil and debris since 2010, there is still much work to be completed at sites on Garfield Avenue. The latest edition of the Chromium Cleanup Partnership newsletter provides an overview of PPG’s work and a summary of the schedule for completing it.
Prabal Amin of Weston Solutions, the independent technical consultant, answers a question at open house.
Open house provides
attendees with latest
on chromium cleanups

JERSEY CITY, N.J., Feb. 13, 2017 – Residents and interested parties met with officials from the Chromium Cleanup Partnership during an open house Jan. 31 to learn the latest on PPG’s progress at sites in Hudson County.

Representatives from the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection, the City of Jersey City, the Jersey City Redevelopment Agency, PPG, the independent technical consultant and the site administrator’s office met with attendees.

Jersey City Council President Rolando Lavarro, Ward F Council Member Jermaine Robinson and Deputy Mayor Marcos Vigil were among the more than 20 people who attended the event at the Mary McLeod Bethune Life Center.

In his brief opening remarks, Site Administrator Ron Riccio welcomed visitors and encouraged them to visit with the experts one-on-one at the meeting. In addition, Riccio recommended attendees read his latest progress report to the court and the January edition of the Chromium Cleanup Partnership newsletter to obtain a thorough understanding of the groups’ efforts.