New Jersey

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News Releases for New Jersey

MERCURY IN NEW JERSEY DAY-CARE CENTER 3,000 TIMES STANDARD

State Wants to Demolish Old Thermometer Plant but No Further Testing of Kids

NEW JERSEY CUTS DEEPLY INTO PROTECTED STREAM BUFFERS

Commissioner Revokes Her Year-Old Order, Leaving Buffers at Mercy of Politics

NEW JERSEY ADMITS PRIVATIZED CLEAN-UP PROGRAM HAS FAILED

State Relies on Industry and No Longer Inspects Sites Until They End Up in the News

NEW JERSEY FORFEITS HUNDREDS OF MILLIONS IN POLLUTION DAMAGES

Court Ruling Faults DEP for Failure to Enact Rules to Compensate Public

FEDS SAY NEW JERSEY WATER STANDARDS DO NOT PROTECT WILDLIFE

Bald Eagles, Falcons, Mussels and Others at Risk from Mercury, DDT and PCBs

NEW JERSEY TO PRIVATIZE TOXIC CLEAN-UP SCIENCE

State Environment Department Will Contract Out Geologic Work to Reduce Backlog

ENVIRO'S URGE GOVERNOR, LEGISLATURE TO FIX BROKEN CLEAN-UP PROGRAM

DEP Hearing Tomorrow and Days Old Documents: Just Fingers in the Dike

NEW JERSEY WATER TESTS UNDERSTATE POLLUTION

County Complains Standard Does Not Truly Measure Development Impacts

WHERE ARE THE DIRTIEST SITES IN NEW JERSEY? DON’T ASK THE STATE

State Abandons Pollution Priority Listing to Let Politics Dictate Cleanup Funding

NEW JERSEY SCHOOL CONSTRUCTION REFORM GETS FAILING MARKS

No Environmental Reviews Prior to Building More Schools on Toxic Sites

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