New Jersey

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News Releases for New Jersey

POLITICAL ARM TWISTING FOR MASSIVE DELAWARE BAY WIND FARM

New Jersey under Pressure to Lift Ban on Wind Turbines in Migratory Bird Flyway

EPA AUDIT RIPS NEW JERSEY DEP PERFORMANCE

Corrective Actions Never Implemented for Toxic, Wetlands and Other Programs

RESEARCH CONFIRMS ST.LAWRENCE CEMENT PLANT POLLUTES NEARBY CAMDEN WATERFRONT NEIGHBORHOOD

DUPONT PRESSES NEW JERSEY TO WATER DOWN PFOA RISK ASSESSMENT

Industry Consultants Get Closed Door Access to State Drinking Water Institute

NEW JERSEY ENVIRONMENTAL LEADERS LAUNCH ETHICS REFORMS

Latest Corruption Scandals Spark Calls for Transparency & Whistleblower Measures

NEW JERSEY ENVIRONMENTAL AGENCY AT HEART OF BRIBERY SCANDAL

New Rules Needed to Ban “Pay-to-Play” and Protect Staff from Strong-Arm Tactics

NEW JERSEY ALTERS HEALTH STUDY UNDER INDUSTRY PRESSURE

Industry Allowed Private Meetings to Lobby for Changes in Camden Study

TEFLON COATS PUBLIC AGENCY ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE

Jackson Sought to Have New Jersey PFOA Study Pulled from Publication

NEW JERSEY SLAPS GAG ORDER ON ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENTISTS

Embarrassing Chromium Study Prompts Management Review of Scientific Findings

CHROMIUM FAR DEADLIER THAN EARLIER ASSESSMENTS INDICATE

Scores of Capped New Jersey Contaminated Sites Will Have to Be Re-Evaluated

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