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Stinky NJ Landfill Owners Sued by the State [AUDIO]

The state has filed suit against the owner-operators of the Fenimore Landfill in Roxbury, where toxic gas continues to seep out and make some local residents sick.

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NJ Offers Aid in Probe of Dolphin Deaths

New Jersey environmental officials are offering the state's assistance in determining what's behind an apparent high number of dolphin deaths over the past several weeks.

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Governor's Office/Tim Larsen
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Officials Work Towards Future Hurricane Preparation [AUDIO]

With another hurricane season underway, the Department of Environmental Protection is working to ensure the progress made since Sandy does not get obliterated with an errant storm.

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Post-Sandy Debris Wash-Ups are Normal [AUDIO]

There's no need to fear when you hear stories about pieces of amusement park rides washing up on New Jersey's beaches post Sandy.

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Demolition crews tear down a home in Barnegat Bay
Demolition crews tear down a home in Barnegat Bay (YouTube)
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Demolition Leads ‘Phase Two’ of Storm Recovery [AUDIO]

Demolition is ramping up across the state as crews work to clear the thousands of storm battered homes.

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Island Beach State Park New Boardwalk (Photo by Jason Allentoff, Townsquare Media)
Island Beach State Park New Boardwalk (Photo by Jason Allentoff, Townsquare Media)
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Island Beach State Park Opened Again After Sandy [AUDIO]

Superstorm Sandy was no match for Island Beach State Park, and now, a little over eight months later, the full 10-mile stretch of bathing beaches, boardwalks and nature reserves have re-opened for the vital tourism season.

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Home being removed from Barnegat Bay (Ilya Hemlin, Townsquare Media NJ)
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Sandy Debris In Barnegat Bay Shouldn’t Be An Issue, Says DEP Head [AUDIO]

With anther monument to Sandy's devastation removed, the Department of Environmental Protections says boaters, beachgoers, and anglers should not worry too much about debris this summer.

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Michael Bocchieri, Getty Images
Michael Bocchieri, Getty Images
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NJ DEP Warns Of Possible Water Shortages [AUDIO]

With power still out in many parts of Jersey, the State Department of Environmental Protection is urging all Garden state residents to conserve water and make sure they have an ample supply of drinking water.

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NJ Towns Will Get Hurricane Irene Disaster Aid Faster

The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection has eliminated unnecessary red tape that will allow towns to get money quicker from FEMA for repairs or replacements of public infrastructure damaged by Hurricane Irene last year.

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David McNew, Getty Images
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Is The NJ DEP Doing Enough To Investigate Lead-Contaminated Soil? [AUDIO]

As the federal Environmental Protection Agency launches an effort this month to remove lead-contaminated soil around a dozen homes in Edison - that are built on top of a former factory site - community groups are calling for the agency to expand lead testing at sites around the Garden State.

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