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Bioremediation May be in Store for Lower Passaic River

Bioremediation May be in Store for Lower Passaic River Two companies have decided to fund a pilot project aimed at determining whether “bioremediation,” the use of bacteria to decrease the presence of cancer-causing compounds, can be used to clean up the lower stretch of the Passaic River.  The measure announced by Maxus Energy Group, Inc. Read More

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EPA: New Jersey Meets Strengthened Federal Standard for Fine Particles, A Harmful Air Pollutant

The Governor’s Administration has announced the receipt of a notice from the federal Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) stating that New Jersey is currently in compliance with the EPA’s newly strengthened health standard for fine particles in the air. The new limits are 12 micrograms per cubic meter of fine particles, and the strengthened requirements went Read More

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New York Orders More Comprehensive Clean Up Than EPA Proposes for Same Contamination in New Jersey

New York Orders More Comprehensive Clean Up Than EPA Proposes for Same Contamination in New Jersey An order from the State of New York is sowing discord in Ringwood, New Jersey. New York State has ordered Ford Motor Company, responsible for a contamination of toxic paint sludge from a former facility in Mawah, New Jersey, Read More

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January is Radon Awareness & Action Month

Radon is a colorless and odorless gas, which is naturally occurring. It comes from the radioactive breakdown of uranium in soil, rock and water and enters both the outdoor and indoor air. Radon is found all over the United States, including in New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania. Radon can be measured through testing. Radon Read More

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DuPont Ceases Manufacturing of PFOA Ahead of New EPA Rule

The Environmental Protection Agency (“EPA”) is in the process of proposing a rule to end future manufacturing, importing, and/or usage of perfluorooctanoic acid (“PFOA”). Additionally, earlier this year (and ahead of schedule), Dupont ceased its production of PFOA at all of its facilities. Recently in New Jersey, the Toxic Injury Lawyers helped settle a case Read More

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DuPont Ceases Manufacturing of PFOA

The Environmental Protection Agency (“EPA”) is in the process of proposing a rule to end future manufacturing, importing, and/or usage of perfluorooctanoic acid (“PFOA”). Due to concerns over PFOA’s persistence in the environment, the EPA created a voluntary program, the PFOA Stewardship Program (“Program”), to encourage companies that produce the chemical to eliminate production by Read More

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DEP Takes Action: New Brunswick has Filed False Water Data Reports

It has been announced by the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (“DEP”) that the New Brunswick Water Department has repeatedly filed false water data reports. These reports include falsified water quality tests, incorrectly calculated test results, and failure to notify the public of failures to meet water quality standards. The DEP news release, available Read More

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