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Concerns over 1,4-dioxane hang over Ringwood community advisory group meeting

DAVID M. ZIMMER / NORTHJERSEY.COM - An environmental group reported elevated readings of a dangerous, yet little known chemical [go to article]

Report: Contamination in Ringwood could threaten the Wanaque Reservoir

SCOTT FALLON / NORTHJERSEY.COM - High levels of a dangerous chemical at the Ringwood Superfund site are a potential threat [go to article]

$500 million slotted for sewage-treatment, drinking-water systems

$500 million slotted for sewage-treatment, drinking-water systems

TOM JOHNSON / NJ SPOTLIGHT - The state plans to help finance more than a half-billion dollars in clean [go to article]

N.J. to stop notorious Meadowlands landfill from polluting Passaic River after years of delay

SCOTT FALLON / NORTHJERSEY.COM - A 94-acre landfill in the Meadowlands will be walled off to prevent oil, insecticides, sewage [go to article]

Flame retardant contamination sites clustered along Delaware River

Flame retardant contamination sites clustered along Delaware River

SUSAN PHILLIPS / STATEIMPACT - A national mapping project detailing tap water contaminated with toxic chemicals used in fire fighting foams [go to article]

Opinion: New Jersey needs a better approach to water supply planning

Opinion: New Jersey needs a better approach to water supply planning

DANIEL J. VAN ABS / NJ SPOTLIGHT - My career has been entwined with water-supply planning in New Jersey from my first [go to article]

Review: More dredging in Hudson River cleanup not yet needed

MICHAEL HILL / AP / NEW JERSEY HERALD - A $1.7 billion cleanup of the Hudson River is working [go to article]

New Jersey dam removals improve fisheries

BRUCE EDWARD LITTON / MYCENTRALJERSEY.COM - Four New Jersey rivers in our region — the Musconetcong, Raritan, Lamington and Millstone [go to article]

Editorial: Water, water everywhere – but not forever

NORTHJERSEY.COM - Anytime a long-awaited, statewide report is released, it is likely to be met with equal parts scrutiny, criticism and praise [go to article]

Many parts of New Jersey face stressed drinking water supplies

JAMES M. O'NEILL / NORTHJERSEY.COM - Residents in parts of New Jersey use tens of millions of gallons more water [go to article]

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