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NJ Among States to Reach Deal on Coal-Burning Plants

Eight East Coast states, the federal government and citizens groups from Indiana have reached an agreement with one of the country's largest electricity producers to stop burning coal at two Midwest power plants.

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Millville Glassmaker Settles Air Pollution Allegations

Federal and state officials say a southern New Jersey glass manufacturer has agreed to pay $300,000 in civil penalties to settle allegations that it violated air pollution standards.

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Chevron Settles Pollution Complaint at NJ Plant

New Jersey officials say Chevron U.S.A. has agreed to pay nearly $500,000 to resolve allegations that its asphalt refinery in Perth Amboy violated air pollution laws.

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New Jersey Tackles Clean Energy While Growing Economy, Report Says

New Jersey has led the way on policies to cut greenhouse gas emissions and promote clean energy.  

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Environmentalists Urging New Jersey to Stay in RGGI

 A bill is heading through the Legislature that would keep New Jersey in the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI). 

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Federal Grant Helps Reduce Air Pollution in NJ

The Environmental Protection Agency plans to hand out a nearly $1 million grant to New Jersey Clean Cities Coalition to reduce air pollution in New Jersey and New York. 

The money will be used to replace the engines of 21 ferry and excursion boats that operate between New Jersey and New York with clean energy technology

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