New Jersey

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News Releases for New Jersey

JERSEY NIXES FILTRATION PLAN FOR DRINKING WATER

State Wants EPA to Act on Rising Chemical Contamination of Water Supplies

NEW JERSEY THROWS CLOAK OVER ENVIRONMENTAL DOCUMENTS

Large Categories of Enforcement, Inspection and Property Records Going Off Limits

AFTER 20 YEARS NEW JERSEY TOXIC SITE REMAINS REGULATORY SWAMP

EPA Assurance Adds to Confusion about Fate of DuPont Pompton Lakes Clean-Up

NEW JERSEY RUSHES TO HALLIBURTON-IZE TOXIC CLEAN-UPS

Election Eve Hearing Signals Desire to Rush Relaxed Contractor Standards

NEW JERSEY GUTS NEW PRIVATIZED TOXIC CLEAN-UP RULES

“Safety Cushion” Extended to Polluters at Expense of Public Health

NEW JERSEY TO PRIVATIZE LAND USE PERMITTING

Contractors to Write Flood Control, Coastal Wetlands and Other Approvals

FILTER THE CHEMICAL SOUP IN NEW JERSEY’S DRINKING WATER

Available Treatments Could Screen Hundreds of Unregulated Compounds from Taps

BID TO HIKE SEWAGE CONTENT OF NEW JERSEY RIVERS

Sewer Plants Ask Christie Administration to Relax Water Supply Protections

WHERE IS THE NEW JERSEY SHELLFISH “ACTION PLAN”?

Deadline Today to Address Critical Public Health Deficiencies Identified by FDA

RADIOACTIVE WELLS POSE BIGGER RISKS IN NEW JERSEY

Hundreds of Thousands Exposed Daily to Rad Levels Many Times over Safety Limits

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