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Water main break in New York City (Andrew Burton, Getty Images)
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Addressing NJ’s aging and decaying water infrastructure

Top experts descended on Washington, D.C. Wednesday to ask federal lawmakers to invest in the nation's aging and decaying water infrastructure. This is an issue in New Jersey and addressing it won't come on the cheap, according to Robert Iacullo, executive vice president with United Water New Jersey.

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Damage caused by Tropical Storm Irene is seen in Prattsville, N.Y. in 2011.  (AP Photo/Hans Pennink, File)
Damage caused by Tropical Storm Irene is seen in Prattsville, N.Y. in 2011. (AP Photo/Hans Pennink, File)
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NYC Launches Programs to Protect Its Water Supply

Wary of more big storms washing out towns and churning up debris around its distant reservoirs, New York City will buy homes and businesses in flood zones and reduce local hazards.

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Water Price Set To Rise
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Christie Restarts Water Board

For more than three years, environmental groups complained that Gov. Chris Christie's administration had killed off an independent state board that makes recommendations on levels of pollutants allowed in drinking water. They cited it as an example of the Republican governor's withholding state board appointments to control policy debate.

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Getty Images/Fred Morley
Getty Images/Fred Morley
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Clean Water For Your Pet…It’s a Must

We humans certainly wouldn't want to drink nasty old water.  It's even more vital that pets avoid bad water.

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U.S. Coastal Advocates Make Plans to Sue the EPA [AUDIO]

Swimmers taking a dip in the nations oceans, bays and lakes still stand a greater chance of getting sick, according to coastal advocates across the country who are planning to sue the Federal Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).

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ocean in Long Branch
Ocean in Long Branch, NJ (Townsquare Media)
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Shore Beaches Undergo Water Quality Tests [AUDIO]

Since Sandy, health officials around the state have been keeping a close watch on water quality in our streams, lakes, bays and oceans, and with thousands expected to hit the beach this Memorial Day weekend, some are wondering, "Is the water safe?"

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Flickr User yaybiscuits123
Flickr User yaybiscuits123
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Mystery Water Problem Continues For Jersey Shore Town [AUDIO]

A mystery water problem remains unsolved in Lake Como and surrounding communities.

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Is New Jersey Running Out Of Water? [AUDIO]

The recent lack of rainfall in New Jersey has caught the attention of state officials.

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Shrewsbury River
Shrewsbury River (Flickr User DanCentury)
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Are NJ Rivers and Streams Clean or Polluted? [AUDIO]

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is out with a new report that says more than half of the nation's river and stream miles are in poor condition, with high levels of pollution and bacteria.

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Water Bottles
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Water Beats Soda as America’s Favorite Beverage [POLL]

Water has overtaken soda as America's beverage of choice. 

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