NJDEP Air Monitoring for Engineers: What You Need to Do 

Originally presented on March 20, 2024

At New Jersey construction, demolition, and remediation sites, any off-location contaminant and dust migration is a major risk. To address this concern, the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP) has recently made major updates to its perimeter air monitoring requirements.

To remain compliant, New Jersey environmental and construction engineering teams must properly understand the new rules, which involve implementing perimeter air monitoring systems (including air sensors) to accurately measure contaminant and particulate levels at a project site—as well as adjacent high-risk areas (such as schools or residential neighborhoods).

 Successful New Jersey state site monitoring requires ultra-sensitive, high-technology, cloud-based solutions that continuously sample the air and measure contaminants. 

Want to learn more? View our webinar to hear expert Matt Decker explain how to:
  • Comply with the latest NJDEP documentation
  • Identify contaminants of concern/potential airborne exposures
  • Establish health-based threshold values (HBTVs) and response levels
  • Select the most appropriate monitoring methods, technologies, locations, and schedules
  • Develop an action plan to implement if an HBTV level is breached
  • Create a perimeter air monitoring plan (PAMP), based on deep knowledge of the appropriate site monitoring solutions

About the Speaker:


Matt Decker is an environmental, health, and safety (EHS) consulting account manager for Triumvirate Environmental. He has more than 15 years of experience with perimeter air monitoring systems and equipment. In his current role, he works closely with consulting engineering firms, construction companies, and developers to ensure their projects operate efficiently and meet project compliance goals.


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