26Apr

Bonnie Watson Coleman Accepts Stiles Award

The Stony Brook-Millstone Watershed Association presented U.S. Rep. Bonnie Watson Coleman with its highest award for environmental leadership...

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14Apr

PennEast’s FEIS Is Out, But The End Is Not Near!

By Mike Pisauro / Apr 14 / Safeguarding Our Communities / No Comments

We are disappointed that FERC did not heed the comments of its sister agencies to revise and re-issue a new draft EIS.

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5Apr

Increased Arsenic in Drinking Water – A Pipeline Risk

Most of the PennEast pipeline’s proposed route through NJ will interact with Fractured Bedrock Aquifers that feed the region's private and community drinking wells.

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31Mar

DEP Fails to Turn Tide on Polluted Stormwater

NJDEP is renewing municipal stormwater permits for the first time in over a decade but is not incorporating technology that could improve water quality

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8Mar

Improving Water Quality By Updating Stormwater Ordinances

By Mike Pisauro / Mar 08 / Safeguarding Our Communities / 3 Comments

As we built our communities with more and more concrete, asphalt and buildings, the need to address stormwater arose. Our thinking on how to address stormwater has evolved over the years.

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27Jan

FERC Issues Third Delay for PennEast

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) today revised its schedule for reviewing the PennEast pipeline, resulting in a third delay...

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6Jan

Pike Run Report

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23Dec

Watershed Matters: It’s Time to Take Our Foot Off the Gas

You’d be excused for believing that natural gas is a “clean” fuel. After all, the oil and gas industry has spent hundreds of millions of dollars in recent years on television...

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14Nov

Watershed Matters: Little Help Expected from Washington

One thing is clear: this election was not about the environment. In fact, the issue was raised only obliquely in the four-and-a-half hours of debates that the two...

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