Army Corps will restart search for solution, as required by new water law
All it takes is a fraction of an inch of rain for New Jersey’s combined sewer and stormwater outflows to overwhelm wastewater treatment plants with ...
After high levels of fecal bacteria were found in the water at several beaches this week, swimming advisories were issued
Advocates use flotilla to press for continued cleanup and better recreational access to Delaware River
Science advisers say utilities should curb 1,4-dioxane to protect public health
Utility issues a rare ‘boil-water’ order for up to 150,000 people as precaution against contamination
Federal government may help clean up decades of pollution, supporters say. It would be the first NJ river to get key designation
New Jersey has a ‘once-in-a-generation’ opportunity to fix leaking pipes and drains, say incoming co-chairs of Jersey Water Works
Now designated a national recreation area, the Water Gap attracts about as many people as Yellowstone. Advocates say park status would be a boost
Evidence that PFAS chemicals were used in 1,200 wells in six states between 2012 and 2020
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