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1 NJDEP Commissioner McCabe is retiring in January
2 NJDEP names recycling award winners | Gardener State
3 NJ couple fights to save historic lighthouse from rising river
4 Solvay Withholds Data About PFAS Pollution in New Jersey
5 Belcher's Run project has NJDEP freshwater wetlands permit
6 New Jersey sues 3 firms over chemicals in drinking water
7 State lawsuit targets South Jersey chemical company and its predecessor
8 North Bergen is Hazardous to Public Health
9 Dead fish wash ashore on Newark Bay
10 From toxic site to Jersey City park
11 Solvay PFAS Replacement Found in Workers
12 NJDEP Issues Environmental Justice Guidance for Entire New Jersey Executive Branch
13 Order Suspends 90-Day NJDEP Permit Reviews
14 The Power Of Private Actions For Natural Resource Damages
15 NJDEP Notice Pursuant to EO 103: Extending Timeframes
16 Vernon pump track may be delayed by cleanup of abandoned dump site
17 NJDEP Deadlines, Requirements in Effect Despite COVID-19
18 NJDEP Extends Certain Site Remediation Deadlines Due To COVID-19 Pandemic
19 NJ Announces Styrofoam Container, Paper and Single-Use Plastic Bag Ban
20 New Jersey Environmental Updates: Permit Extension Act Registration and Extension of Emergency Remediation Rule
21 NJDEP Upgrades Protections for Rivers and Streams
22 Does A Remediation Settlement With A State Protect Against Subsequent CERCLA Claims? Third Circuit Weighs In
23 NJ PEA Extends Terms of Government Permits
24 NJDEP May 8, 2020 Administrative Order Extends Public Comment Period for Certain Permit Applications
25 Lake Foundation & Commission have end-of-year review with NJDEP
26 NJDEP Releases Global Warming Response Act 80X50 Report
27 NJDEP Rule Proposal Notice | Public Records
28 New protections for NJ rivers and streams | Gardener State
29 New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection Suspends New Jersey Natural Gas SRL Pipeline Permit
30 Mayor Announces $10M to Transform Toxic Superfund Site in Jersey City
31 Christie 55 Solutions LLC Announces Former NJDEP Commissioner Martin as New Managing Director
32 NJDEP's Common Law Natural Resource Damage Claims Are “Back in Business” Once Again as Defendants Now May Face Jury Trials
33 NJDEP Adopts MCLs and Groundwater Quality and Remediation Standards for PFOA, PFOS
34 New Jersey’s First in the Nation State Environmental Justice Law
35 Two Steps Forward, One Step Back: New Jersey Permit Extension Act of 2020 Signed Into Law Just as NJDEP Staff Are Furloughed
36 The Evolving Landscape Of Environmental Justice In 2020 And Beyond
37 New Jersey-Based Land-Use Consultancy, Dresdner Robin, Announces New Director of Planning
38 BIG PROBLEMS WITH NORTH BERGEN and NJDEP
39 New Jersey Enacts First-Of-Its-Kind Environmental Justice Legislation
40 Sierra Club asks NJDEP for help saving conservation school
41 Food for thought for the holidays | Gardener State
42 Sierra Club: NJDEP needs to do more about harmful algal blooms
43 Coalition Challenges New Jersey PFAS Regulatory Overreach
44 Attorney General, DEP File 12 New “Environmental Justice” Lawsuits Targeting Polluters in New Jersey's Lower-Income and Minority Communities
45 Gottheimer Calls for NJDEP to Release State Investment to Combat Toxic Algae Blooms Harming Greenwood Lake Water, Local Businesses, Recreation, Residents
46 NJDEP: State Parks and Forests Open for Passive Recreation with Social Distancing
47 NJDEP Proposes Significant Changes to Remediation Standards for Cleanup of Contaminated Sites
48 Newark Reports Safe Lead Levels Pending Confirmation from NJDEP
49 NJDEP Proposes Amendments to Existing Remediation Standards | Chiesa Shahinian & Giantomasi PC
50 NJDEP awards $206,000 in grant money for projects to reduce the impacts of nonpoint source pollution on waterways.
51 The Importance of Mold Testing and Monitoring in Healthcare Facilities
52 Clean water protection boosted in Raritan River watershed
53 New Jersey Enacts Landmark Environmental Justice Law
54 Hunterdon County, Raritan Township Pursue Legal Case against NJDEP Stream Protection Rule
55 NJDEP Releases Report on Sea-Level Rise in New Jersey
56 NJDEP awards grants totaling more than $14M to enhance recycling efforts
57 NJDEP Reclassifies 600 Miles of Rivers and Streams Across State as Category One Streams
58 New Jersey Approves New Drinking Water Standards for PFAS
59 NJDEP Launches Interactive Mapping and Reporting System for HAB
60 51-Story, 39-Story, and 33-Story Towers Envisioned for Jersey City's Pier 6
61 Hart: Proposed Environmental Justice Legislation is Seriously Flawed
62 NJDEP Green acres is destroying New Jersey's parks | Walden
63 Possible Bacteria Contamination Results in the Recall of Popular Flushable Wipes
64 NJDEP again rejects permits for natural gas pipeline under Raritan Bay
65 600 Miles of NJ Waterways Win Major Protections Under NJDEP's New Rule; Upgrades Include Two-Mile Stretch of Cooper River
66 Governor Murphy Issues Executive Order 136 Extending NJDEP Statutory Timeframes for Certain Land Use Permits, Utility Reviews, Recycling and E-Waste Reporting
67 New Jersey approves drinking water standards for toxic PFAS chemicals. Will legal battles follow?
68 NJ DEP says Liberty State Park remediation could create trails, courts, rec facilities
69 Attorney general, NJDEP file suit against City of Trenton for failing to protect the water system that serves five municipalities in Mercer County ·
70 NJDEP Settlement Does Not Bar Contribution Action for USEPA Response Costs, Says Third Circuit
71 Tackling Scope of 'Matters Addressed' in CERCLA Settlements by Third Circuit | The Legal Intelligencer
72 Gottheimer Works to Address Toxic Algae in NJ-5 Lake — Addresses Need for NJDEP to Release Remainder of $13.5 Million Investment — Hosts Coordination Call with Greenwood Lake Commission
73 To Build Climate Resilience, NJ Must Update Stormwater Rules
74 Attention New Jersey Soil or Recycle Fill Providers or Brokers: Don’t Miss April 20, 2020 Deadline for A-901 License Registration
75 States Begin To Regulate PFAS In Water Discharges
76 NAACP NJ President Richard Smith On NJDEP's Announced LSP Plan: I Question Whether It Would Even Meet The Standards of NJ Environmental Justice Bill
77 Coronavirus Impact on Environmental Remediation Deadlines
78 NJDOH, NJDEP Urge Residents to Take Precautions Against Mosquitoes to Safeguard Against West Nile Virus
79 NJDEP Makes $6 Million in Grants Available for Harmful Algal Bloom Management
80 Remediation of Contaminated Sites in NJ During COVID–19 Pandemic: Executive Orders and Rule Proposals
81 It's Baaaack: Algae Bloom Returns Lake Hopatcong
82 New Jersey Landmark Environmental Justice Legislation
83 NJDEP's Common Law Natural Resource Damage Claims Temporarily “Out of Business”
84 Oroho: Lake Residents and Businesses Would be Spared Pain Under NJDEP's New Algal Bloom Index
85 Governor Murphy Releases 2019 Energy Master Plan – New DEP Rules Will Require Builders to Consider Climate Change
86 N.J.‘s polluted cities are fighting to breathe. Meet their new environmental champion.
87 This Project Wants to 'Clear the Air' in Camden Through Education
88 New Jersey Court Finds Prior Ownership of Property Alone Does Not Trigger Environmental Liability
89 PennEast preparing new applications for NJDEP permits to build natural gas pipeline
90 NJ Files New 'Environmental Justice' Lawsuits Amid COVID-19
91 NJ Deal Does Not Bar Federal Enviro Claims, 3rd Circ. Says
92 Contech's Cascade Separator™ Receives New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP) Certification
93 NJDEP extends public comments for Transco pipeline enhancement
94 NJDEP gives Lake Mohawk $160K to fight HABS
95 South Jersey company confirms use of unregulated replacement for toxic chemical
96 Councilman Arvin Amatorio Working with NJDEP to Help Homeowners Near Metzler Brook Make Upgrades to Prevent Flooding
97 EPA awards New Jersey $84M for water infrastructure improvements
98 DEP Shows Flexibility in HAB Grants – Based upon Feedback from Lake Hopatcong
99 The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection and Environmental Partners May 20 Webinar: “State of Our Parks” During and Post-COVID-19
100 New Jersey will require builders to consider climate change