2019-05-23 09.22.47-2c


From the New Jersey Spill Act of 1976 (a model for the federal Superfund program) to today, New Jersey has been at the forefront of cleaning up from our industrial past and conserving the state for future generations. Ten years ago (2009), there were over 20,000 known contaminated sites ... Read More
May 28, 2019ELEC


So Long Coal Over the last several years, coal-fired plants in New Jersey started shutting down for good. SOURCE: https://www.solarreviews.com/news/pseg-shutters-coal-fired-plants-new-jersey-clean-energy-future-060117/ SOURCE: https://www.nj.com/news/2019/04/this-south-jersey-coal-plant-is-shutting-down-for-good-clean-energy-may-be-its-future.html   This is a big win for the environment and a big step towards a greener, sustainable future. ‚ÄúTransitioning ... Read More
May 20, 2019ELEC


HR 3017, which reauthorizes the federal Brownfields Program that assists localities with the environmental cleanup of properties so the land may be redeveloped, has passed the U.S. House of Representatives, 409-8. All New Jersey representatives voted Yea. The Brownfields Program has worked and must be reauthorized. Over 59,000 sites nationwide, and ... Read More
December 6, 2017ELEC