New Jersey Commission Begins Plans For Kearny Landfill Redevelopment

Date: November 24, 2003

Source: News Room

The New Jersey Meadowlands Commission has begun redeveloping the contaminated Keegan Landfill site in Kearny by hiring Parsippany, N.J.-based Converse Consultants to conduct engineering studies of the landfill to determine the development potential of the site. The contract has a maximum value of $1.285 million. The 110-acre landfill has been closed since the 1960s, and the NJMC wants to spur development in the vicinity of the landfill.
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