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Non-Certified Contractors Can Be Reported
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Stage I Water Restrictions Begin in Ridgewood, NJ Click here for more
Governor Chris Christie has proclaimed July to be Smart Irrigation Month in New Jersey to draw attention to the importance of using water efficiently. July is traditionally the month of peak demand for watering lawns, gardens and landscapes in North America. This initiative is meant to increase public awareness about simple practices and innovative technologies homeowners, businesses and property managers can use to:
Save money on utility bills.
Minimize or defer investments in infrastructure to store and carry water, typically paid for by property taxes or municipal bonds.
Protect their community's water supply for generations to come.
Homeowners typically overwater lawns and landscapes by up to 30 percent. By selecting and planting carefully, watering wisely, and maintaining and upgrading automated irrigation systems, consumers can save money, save water and see better results.
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New Contractor Business Permit Application Required by DEP.
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2016 IANJ Member Directory now available online. Click here to find a licensed contractor.
Scenes from the 2015 Annual Meeting
Thanks to all our attendees and exhibitors.
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WINTER TECH 2017 – REGISTRATION NOW OPEN!
IS YOUR LICENSE DUE TO BE RENEWED ON JANUARY 31, 2017?
DO YOU HAVE YOUR 16 CECs FOR RENEWAL? IF NOT, THIS CONFERENCE IS FOR YOU!
You are cordially invited to attend the 2017 IANJ Winter Tech Conference, January 23rd through January 27th at the Crowne Plaza Hotel, Jamesburg, NJ.
We have added new seminars to our schedule this year, with eight classes in Water Conservation. Plenty of options for earning those crucial CECs!
We urge you to submit your registration right away to reserve your choice of classes. And make time to visit the suppliers that will be on hand for our trade show on Tuesday, January 24th from 12 Noon-2:00pm.
If you have any questions, please call the IANJ office at 973-850-3366. We look forward to seeing you at the 2017 Winter Tech Conference.
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PROGRAM RELOCATION NOTICE
April 7, 2016
Dear Landscape Irrigation Contractor,
On June 1, 2016 the Landscape Irrigation Contractors Examining Board (LICEB) will be transferred from the Department of Environmental Protection to the Department of Community Affairs (DCA).
The Landscape Irrigation Contractors Examining Board (LICEB) will be renamed the Board of Landscape Irrigation Contractors.
All of the requirements for maintaining and renewing your landscape irrigation certificate (“ license”) including: earning and submitting continuing education credits, business permits, and two year renewal period remain the same. Your current certificate and business permit remain in effect until their expiration date.
If you have a current certificate and business permit, NO ACTION is required by you.
NEW CONTACT INFORMATION FOR THE DCA:
New Jersey Department of Community Affairs
Division of Codes & Standards
Licensing & Education
Board of Landscape Irrigation Contractors
PO Box 802
Trenton, NJ 08625-0802
Phone: (609) 984-7834
George M. McCarthy, Chairman
WINTER TECH 2016
Over 200 irrigation contractors earned CECs at the recent Winter Tech 2016 seminars, held in Jamesburg, NJ. With 16 classes in four different learning tracks, it was a busy week of learning!
Attendees enjoying lunch during Tuesday’s Trade Show portion of the event.
Bill Wise (Hunter Industries) teaching the basics of irrigation design.
2016 IANJ Advertising Offers Available NOW!
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ANNUAL MEETING 2015
The Irrigation Association of New Jersey held two classes in advance of the association’s annual meeting on December 9 at The Borgata in Atlantic City. John Raffiani presented a class on Plant, Soil & Turf Types and Craig Borland (The Toro Company) taught a class on Irrigation Design for Water Conservation. Both of these classes provided contractor attendees with 8 continuing education credits to meet their license renewal deadlines.
2015 IANJ Lifetime Achievement Award Winner –
C. George Ecks, Swan Pump. Mr. Ecks grandsons, Kevin and Brian, accepted the award on his behalf.
IANJ Lifetime Achievement Award Winners with Kevin & Brian Ecks: George McCarthy, Phil DeMarco, Ed Santalone, Sr., and Bob Dobson.