Surveys have shown the presence of PFNA in New Jersey’s public water systems is much higher than the national rate
Source of drinking water for millions of people gets legal safeguards; it’s not yet clear whether Congress will provide the money to implement them
Antiquated leak-prone systems are being upgraded in some parts of the state, but water industry advocates argue that much more needs to be done
They fear greater push to find and deport undocumented immigrants when Trump becomes president
New evidence suggests southern counties are being shortchanged by the state, not getting ‘fair share’ of assistance
In coming year, members of Jersey Water Works have committed to building new water mains and developing guidance on green infrastructure, as part of an ...
Gathering and weighing input from residents, communities, local and state officials will keep regional plan on slow track
Water-supply advocates argue that plan — last updated in 1996 — can’t deal with current shortages, possible pollution from sewage treatment plants
With no end in sight to extended dry spell, regulators take action to compel conservation and to try to keep a ‘salt front’ from threatening ...
‘Salt front’ continues to move upriver, closer to fresh-water intakes