New Jersey

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News Releases for New Jersey

NEW JERSEY WAR ON “KILLER TREES” VIOLATES FEDERAL LAW

Bull's Island Is Habitat for Endangered Bat and Protected Migratory Birds

DISTURBING TOXIC AIR RESULTS CONFIRMED IN PATERSON, NJ

State Dissembles on Findings That 7 Air Toxics Are “Above the Health Benchmark”

NEW JERSEY DECLARES STEALTH WAR ON “KILLER TREES”

DEP Plans Emergency Clear-Cut of Bull's Island State Park on Delaware River

EPA DISCLOSES NINE MORE SUPERFUND-ELIGIBLE SITES IN NEW JERSEY

Thirty Five Sites Passed Over for Superfund Relief; One More Site Still Pending

FEDERAL WILDLIFE AGENCY FLAYS JERSEY POMPTON LAKES PLAN

Fish & Wildlife Service Conditions Restructure Cleanup and Spur Damage Payments

TWENTY SEVEN NEW JERSEY SUPERFUND-ELIGIBLE SITES LEFT OFF LIST

EPA Still Reviewing Status of Unknown Number of Garden State Toxic Hotspots

WATER GAP TRANSMISSION CORRIDOR LEGALLY VULNERABLE

Concessions to Industry and Skewed Review Will Fuel Lawsuits

DUPONT POMPTON LAKE POLLUTION MAY BE HEADED DOWNSTREAM

DEP Scientists’ Questions Could Prompt Feds to Expand DuPont Cleanup Scope

CHRISTIE GUTS VAPOR INTRUSION SAFEGUARDS

New Jersey Puts Private Consultants in Public Health Driver’s Seat

LAWSUIT TO UNCOVER TOXIC HISTORY OF NEW JERSEY

U.S. EPA Will Not Release Hazardous Ratings for Pompton Lakes and Other Sites

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