New Jersey

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News Releases for New Jersey

EPA BADLY FUMBLES JERSEY POMPTON LAKES TOXIC CLEANUP

Permit Withdrawal Throws Eco-Safeguards into Doubt While Adding Years of Delay

CHRISTIE ECO-OFFICIALS FRONTED FOR FAVORED DEVELOPER

Mastro Report Focus on DEP Role in Pressing Hoboken for Rockefeller Project

CHRISTIE’S OTHER HIDDEN MULTI-BILLION DOLLAR DEFICIT

No Plan to Pay for Huge Water Infrastructure Shortfall Aggravated by Sandy

NEW JERSEY OKS CAPPING TOXIC SOILS OVER GROUNDWATER

Latest Christie Rollback for Developers Reverses 40-Year Public Health Policy

CHRISTIE SANDY HAZARD REDUCTION PLAN A CONTRADICTORY MESS

No Public Input or Legislative Review of Belated Plan to Qualify for Federal Funds

STATE PUSH BACK AGAINST FEDERAL SUPERFUND DESIGNATIONS

With Nation’s Longest Superfund List, New Jersey Seeks to Place Barriers to More

WHO TURNED OFF AIR POLLUTION MONITOR DURING BRIDGE CLOSURE?

U.S. EPA to Investigate Why Key Air Monitor Went Offline for Nearly Three Days

CHRISTIE SLIPS DEVELOPERS A PASS ON GROUNDWATER CLEANUP

Developers May Sidestep Toxic Contamination If “Impractical” to Remediate

NEW CHRISTIE SANDY SPENDING PLAN HAS GAPING HOLES

HUD Beefs up Audits for Jersey Expenditures; 2-Year Use-It-or-Lose-It Deadline

JERSEY SANDY ENERGY GRANT AWARDS RAISE MORE QUESTIONS

Hazard Mitigation Funding Criteria Ignores Municipal Need and Hazard Severity

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