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  • 13 Nov 2021 9:57 PM | Anonymous

    2021 Legislative and Case Law Update by Eileen McCarthy Born, Esq., Dolan and Dolan, P.A., November 2021.

    Click here to view the slides from a presentation about important legislation for lakes in New Jersey.  Requirements of board meetings and actions are covered in depth.

  • 13 Nov 2021 9:55 PM | Anonymous

    Onsite Wastewater Management Program, by Kerri Standowski, NJDEP Division of Water Quality Bureau of Ground Water, Residuals and Permit Administration (BGRPA), Ground Water Permitting and Onsite Unit, November 2021.

    Click here to view the slides from a presentation.  The presentation covers the operation of septic systems and details on what can be done to bring systems up to date.

  • 24 Jul 2021 9:52 PM | Anonymous

    Public-Private Approach to Lake and Watershed Management by Chris Mikolajczyk, CLM, Princeton Hydro, July 2021.

    Click here to view the slides from a presentation from Chris Mikolajczyk of Princeton Hydro.  The presentation covers the basics of HABs and how government bodies and private lake associations are working together ot study the causes of HABs.  

  • 24 Jul 2021 9:51 PM | Anonymous

    Septic Management - Part of Your HAB Prevention Tool Box by Stephen Souza, Ph.D., Clean Waters Consulting, July 2021. 

    Click here to view the presentation slides.

  • 22 May 2021 9:45 PM | Anonymous

    NJCOLA hosted its first meeting of 2021 on May 22nd.  Three doctors gave presentations during the meeting and those are now available through our YouTube channel.

    Dr. A. Richard DeLuca, the founder of NJCOLA approximately 40 years ago, gave a presentation on the history of NJCOLA and its importance for today.  Click here to view that presentation.

    Dr. Stephanie Smith from the Xylem Corporation addressed fundamental lake water-quality parameters including typical quality metrics and advanced instrumentation sensors, as well as major lake treatment issues and concerns. Xylem provides a wide range of products and systems for the water, wastewater, environmental, food and beverage, and many process industries.  Click here to view that presentation.

    Dr. Fred Lubnow, Director of Aquatics Programs at Princeton Hydro, with whom many of you are already acquainted through NJCOLA, addressed “Cyanotoxin monitoring and management in NJ”.   Fred has more than 25 years’ experience in aquatic and watershed management, restoration ecology, ecosystems, data measurement and modeling analysis, and report writing, as well as expertise in many other highly skilled subject areas.  Click here to view that presentation.

    Click here to view a playlist of all three presentations.

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