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Lower limit for PFOA approved, advances to NJ DEP

KYLE BAGENSTOSE / BURLINGTON COUNTY TIMES - The state's drinking water advisory panel approved a recommendation that would lower the limit [go to article]

On the water front: Finding the leaks, getting the lead out

On the water front: Finding the leaks, getting the lead out

TOM JOHNSON / NJ SPOTLIGHT - In a bid to avoid costly water losses, a legislative committee yesterday adopted a bill that would order [go to article]

Advocates have given up on Christie administration updating water supply plan

NJTV NEWS - The Garden State is supposed to have an updated blueprint that plans the availability and the quality [go to article]

Using water audits to curb losses in drinking supplies

TOM JOHNSON / NJ SPOTLIGHT - The state has a well-recognized problem with an aging drinking-water infrastructure, some of it 100 years old [go to article]

Legislators hold water-quality bill but rap DEP for delays setting standards

Legislators hold water-quality bill but rap DEP for delays setting standards

TOM JOHNSON / NJ SPOTLIGHT - The state’s failure to establish drinking-water standards for a range of toxic contaminants, some recommended [go to article]

Editorial: These leaks can be stopped

Editorial: These leaks can be stopped

NORTHJERSEY.COM - When it comes to outdated infrastructure, much of New Jersey’s sad story is well-documented: Too many roads and bridges [go to article]

Health risk debated of hexavalent chromium in state’s drinking water

MICHELLE BRUNETTI POST / PRESS OF ATLANTIC CITY - Hexavalent chromium, also called chromium 6, is both a naturally occurring chemical [go to article]

Opinion: President Trump, or, ‘Climate Change Denier in Chief’

Opinion: President Trump, or, ‘Climate Change Denier in Chief’

JEFF TITTEL / JERSEY JOURNAL - Actions speak louder than words, and during President Trump's first days in office, he has eliminated work on climate [go to article]

Delaware Basin program measures progress protecting water supplies

Delaware Basin program measures progress protecting water supplies

JON HURDLE / NJ SPOTLIGHT - The Delaware River Watershed Initiative, a wide-ranging collaboration between environmental groups seeking [go to article]

Does state’s solution to lead-contaminated schools end with bottled water?

Does state’s solution to lead-contaminated schools end with bottled water?

TOM JOHNSON / NJ SPOTLIGHT - The state has long recognized that it has a problem with lead in its drinking water [go to article]

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