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Back To School: New Toolkit To Help Get The Lead Out from School Drinking Water

With “back to school” in full swing this week, Environment New Jersey Research & Policy Center offered a new toolkit to help parents, teachers, and administrators Get the Lead Out of schools’ drinking water.  Citing a lack of accurate information on lead contamination in water and how schools should prevent it, Environment New Jersey Research & Policy Center encouraged parents and teachers to put the new toolkit on their “back to school” reading list. 

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Report | Environment New Jersey Research & Policy Center

“Rough Waters Ahead

The EPA has been essential to clean up and restore the Delaware River watersheds, and now that progress is in jeopardy. The Trump Administration has proposed deep and devastating cuts to the EPA’s budget. Even if the president’s proposed cuts are scaled back by Congress, they would still have profound negative impacts on the agency’s ability to deter pollution from industrial facilities, agriculture, sewage treatment plants, runoff and other sources, while undercutting efforts to restore iconic waterbodies such as the Delaware River.  We can’t go back to the bad old days.

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News Release | Environment New Jersey Research & Policy Center

Environmental Advocates & Rep. Watson Coleman Call Out Trump EPA Budget Cuts, As New Analysis Shows Impact on the Delaware River Watershed

With a deadline for Congress to approve a federal budget approaching in one month, public officials, environmentalists, public health advocates and business organizations joined the call for full funding of EPA to protect the Delaware River watershed around the release of a new report detailing the impacts of the Trump Administration’s full-frontal budget cuts on EPA’s mission. 

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Report | Environment New Jersey Research and Policy Center

Renewables on the Rise

Clean energy is sweeping across America, and is poised for further dramatic growth in the years ahead.

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News Release | Environment New Jersey Research & Policy Center

Lead Found in Water at More Than Half of School Drinking Water Taps in Bergen County

A new analysis by Environment New Jersey shows lead in the water at 55 percent of faucets and fountains in Bergen County schools.  The group’s finding is based on data from a majority of county school districts that made complete testing results publicly available by the state’s deadline for testing last Thursday.  Advocates renewed their call for Trenton to take swift action to “get the lead out” of school drinking water in New Jersey.

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