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Water-borne chemicals near military base exceed EPA health guidelines

JON HURDLE / NJ SPOTLIGHT - Two chemicals that have been linked to cancer and other diseases have been found in a Burlington [go to article]

Environmental groups call for permanent fracking ban along Delaware River watershed

Environmental groups call for permanent fracking ban along Delaware River watershed

FRANK KUMMER / PHILLY.COM - A large coalition of environmental groups is urging the Delaware River Basin Commission to permanently ban [go to article]

Leaking sewer pipes caused Shore river pollution, state says

MARYANN SPOTO / NJ.COM - State environmental officials say they've located and eliminated a major source of pollution of the Shark River, a popular [go to article]

Making a priority of getting lead out of drinking water in schools

Making a priority of getting lead out of drinking water in schools

TOM JOHNSON / NJ SPOTLIGHT - With more schools finding lead contamination in drinking water, legislators and advocates are calling for [go to article]

Water watchers concerned about Trump’s review of EPA rule

Water watchers concerned about Trump’s review of EPA rule

KYLE BAGENSTOSE / BURLINGTON COUNTY TIMES - The health of the Rancocas Creek watershed is really a tale of two creeks, according to [go to article]

Nitrogen levels in NJ waters dip, but will drop survive Trump rule rollback

Nitrogen levels in NJ waters dip, but will drop survive Trump rule rollback

JON HURDLE / NJ SPOTLIGHT - An improvement in New Jersey’s water quality is likely to survive a planned rollback in federal [go to article]

Trump aims to ‘eliminate’ clean water rule

Trump aims to ‘eliminate’ clean water rule

MERRIT KENNEDY / NPR - The Trump administration is moving to roll back an environmental rule intended to define which small bodies of water [go to article]

Study: Less pollution in New Jersey streams, but more salt

Study: Less pollution in New Jersey streams, but more salt

WAYNE PARRY / ABC NEWS / AP - A new federal study shows less pollution in most New Jersey streams, but salt levels rising [go to article]

Op-ed: The critical need for New Jersey’s water supply plan

Op-ed: The critical need for New Jersey’s water supply plan

JENNIFER COFFEY and TIM DILLINGHAM / NJ SPOTLIGHT - With the beginning of the new calendar year, New Jersey has entered its third consecutive year [go to article]

Backlash over plan to park oil barges on Hudson

SCOTT FALLON / NORTHJERSEY.COM - Just north of the George Washington Bridge near the preserved banks of Palisades Interstate Park lies a 715-acre [go to article]

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