Fort Myers, FL – The Coastal Zone Foundation (CZF) is pleased to announce that Eric Rosina has earned the designation of Certified Coastal Practitioner™ (CCP) professional credential. Earning the CCP designation distinguishes Mr. Rosina as having a broad knowledge base and understanding of the interrelationships that exist among different coastal professions.
Eric Rosina has been in the Environmental Industry for more than 21 years. Mr. Rosina is a graduate of Penn State University Earth Science Program and is the Director of Environmental Services for ACT Engineers in Newtown, PA, and Robbinsville, NJ. He is currently the Eastern Section Chair for PAEP and is a past Communications Chair for the NJ Chapter of the National Brownfield Association. Mr. Rosina has a diverse technical background, having worked in both the contaminant remediation and permit compliance sides of the environmental industry in PA, NJ, NY, and DE. His remedial experience includes Superfund cleanups, Manufactured Gas Plant Investigations, Landfill Closures and Redevelopment, Petroleum Refinery and Gas Station Investigation/Cleanups and Petroleum Terminal Compliance.
Mr. Rosina’s experience within the Brownfield Redevelopment, Environmental Permitting and Regulatory compliance side of the industry has yielded additional expertise in project development, environmental compliance, resource identification, and environmental permitting with federal and state agencies. Mr. Rosina continues to foster consensus building teams within the industry and regulatory agencies and to be an advocate for meaningful and effective partnerships during and after every project.
At ACT Engineers, Inc. Mr. Rosina is responsible for the coordination of environmental due diligence
requirements, personnel, site plan and state permitting for public and private development throughout New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Mr. Rosina has led remediation efforts which involved private water supply impact avoiding litigation and fostering trusting relationships between the Responsible Party and the down-gradient property owners and tenants. Mr. Rosina has also coordinated project permitting of numerous projects within Flood Hazard Areas and Wetland Areas across the state of New Jersey bringing regulators, developers, and utility companies to mutual project understanding.
To earn the CCP credential, candidates must complete a series of ten short courses offered by the Coastal Zone Foundation in cooperation with the American Shore & Beach Preservation Association. The CCP program provides participants with multidisciplinary instruction on comprehensive coastal management and defines the body of knowledge, which reflects best practices for coastal practitioners.
The Coastal Zone Foundation was formed in 1984 with the purpose of advancing scientific and related engineering and planning knowledge. Please visit coastalzonefoundation.org to learn more.