About Tyler, Aversano & Krantz

George J. Tyler founded the law firm in 2000. Located in Robbinsville, New Jersey, the office is minutes from the New Jersey Turnpike at the intersection of Routes 130 and 195. The firm’s attorneys have extensive experience representing clients on environmental issues (brownfield redevelopment, water supply, water treatment, waste management, site cleanup, air and water pollution control, solid and hazardous waste management); land use (planning/zoning) matters, as well as contract and construction issues; commercial transactions; municipal redevelopment issues; regulatory matters; real estate; landlord tenant matters; insurance coverage cases; and legislative representation and related litigation in both the State and Federal Courts. The firm has an extensive practice before the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection, the United States Environmental Protection Agency as well as other State and Federal agencies. Mr. Tyler represents both public and private entities in connection with environmental issues such as permitting, water supply, energy supply and rates, sewer connections and wastewater treatment including the Raritan Township Municipal Utilities Authority, the Clinton Township Sewer Authority, the City of Linden and the Borough of Allentown. Before entering private practice, Mr. Tyler worked at the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection for seventeen years, serving as the Assistant Commissioner for Environmental Management for six years, from 1980 to 1986. Mr. Tyler has worked on environmental law, land use, business and related litigation matters in private practice since 1987. The firm is a member of the Association of Environmental Authorities, where Mr. Tyler is a member of the Legislative Committee. Mr. Tyler also serves as General Counsel to the Automotive Recyclers Association of New Jersey, and participates in the Legislative/Regulatory Committee of the New Jersey Manufactured Housing Association. The firm is a member of the New Jersey Builders Association, the Chemistry Council of New Jersey (Environmental Committee), the New Jersey Business and Industry Association (Environmental Quality Committee), and the National Brownfields Association. Mr. Tyler is a volunteer at New Jersey State Prison for Prison Fellowship Ministries and has represented the Princeton Alliance Church, the Atlantic City Rescue Mission, the Princeton Community Church and Seeds of Hope Ministries in Camden on a pro bono basis. He, and the firm’s attorneys frequently publish and lecture on environmental law. They can be contacted by telephone at (609) 631-0600, by telefax at (609) 631-0651 or by email at

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