New Jersey

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News Releases for New Jersey

NEW JERSEY COVERING UP DEALS WITH CHEMICAL INDUSTRY

Public Records Request for Chemical Industry Pact Denied on Security Grounds

DEP CLEAN WATER CONSULTANT ALSO WORKS FOR POLLUTERS

“Ethical Swamp” Persists Despite Acting Governor’s Ethics Reform Pledge

NEW JERSEY WILL MISS WEDNESDAY’S WATER QUALITY DEADLINE

DEP’s Campbell Tells Chemical Industry He Will Bow on Toxic Standards

NEW JERSEY ABANDONS ADDED STREAM PROTECTIONS

DEP Employees’ Recommendations Pushed Aside As Persistent Flooding Worsens; Press Conference Called For Today

FLOOD REDUCTION PLANS STUCK IN THE MUCK

New Jersey DEP Delays Enforcement Despite Big Flood Toll

NEW JERSEY DEP ABANDONS TOUGHER TOXIC STANDARDS

Bald Eagle and Peregrine Falcon Warnings on Mercury, DDT and PCB Unheeded

DEP COMMISSIONER GAVE INSIDE INFORMATION TO DEVELOPERS

Campbell Helped Builder Skirt Clean Water Protections

NEW WATCHDOG GROUP FOR NEW JERSEY ENVIRONMENTAL EMPLOYEES

Former DEP Employee Heads New Chapter; Confidential Hotline for Employees

NEW JERSEY REJECTS EPA PLAN FOR TRADING POLLUTION CREDITS

Rebuked EPA Weighs Enforcement Against Companies Using Credits

NEW POLLUTION TRADING FOR FOUR STATES GUTS CLEAN AIR ACT

Whitman Trading Plans Emerge as First EPA Policies

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