Absent federal benchmark, advocates praise state for setting a limit
EPA says it’s working with owner of former DuPont plant to prevent spread to private water wells
Developer says it is confident that commission will give green light after reviewing evidence
Delaware River project could spur more fracking, say opponents who also warn of health hazards
Too soon to tell if Delaware River Basin Commission will heed advisory committee, but finding effective solutions to climate change remains beyond abilities of any ...
DEP seeks long-term fix for blooms that can be harmful to swimmers, boaters
Newly adopted rules are good, but we must dramatically improve stormwater management on previously developed sites
Shallow private wells near Shore are under special threat as seas rise
Gurbir Grewal joins other attorneys general in lawsuit claiming new regulation violates Clean Water Act and would greatly curb their ability to protect wetlands, waterways
Bacteria Are Fouling the Water off NJ’s Beaches, Advocates Warn. It’s from Leaking Septic Systems, Farms and More
Report says a third of beaches exceeded federal limits at least once last year, putting swimmers’ health at risk
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