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State: $450K in fines pending in dumping crackdown

TRENTON, N.J. (AP) -- New Jersey's crackdown on illegal dumping at state parks and recreational areas is adding up.

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Environmentalists Challenge Salton Sea Development Project
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NJ crackdown spurs illegal dumping charges

State officials say a boat, contractor debris and a box spring and mattress were among the items that were illegally dumped in New Jersey state parks and lands.

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Illegal Dumping in NJ Target of New Campaign [AUDIO]

In an effort to crackdown on illegal dumping in state parks and natural lands, the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection has launched a year-long pilot program, "Don't Waste Our Open Space," which combines enforcement and education to combat the problem.

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Two Shipping Companies Penalized For Illegal Dumping

Two international shipping firms will pay $10.4 million in penalties for obstructing justice and illegally dumping pollutants.

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Flickr user mjeff620
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Camden Goes High-Tech to Combat Illegal Dumping

Camden is going high-tech to fight a big problem in the blighted city, illegal dumping.

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Flickr user Sajmonn
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NJ Company to Pay $500,000 Fine For Illegal Dumping

A New Jersey recycling company has agreed to pay a $500,000 fine for helping to illegally dump more than 8,000 tons of construction debris at a farm in upstate New York.

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