Clean Water for New Jersey: Public Perspectives on Critial Issues for the Next Five Years
Monday, October 31, 2005 9:00 am - 1:00 pm
NJ Department of Environmental Protection - Public Hearing Room
401 East State Street, Trenton, NJ
The Clean Water Council and the Water Supply Advisory Council seek to learn what the people of New Jersey consider the most important issues needing action by the State within the next five years in order to protect and sustain our StateÕs water resources while supporting economic vitality. The questions, under review for this public hearing are:
If you were to focus on the single most important issue affecting New Jersey's water resources in the near future, what would it be?
What are the key reasons why this issue is so critical?
What policies would you propose to address this critical issue?
How will implementing your proposal affect other environmental media
(e.g. air, water, land uses, fish and wildlife)?
Is there a specific regional issue that needs more attention?
2016 Clean Water Council Public Hearing Notice - New Jersey’s Municipal Stormwater NJPDES Permit Program.
The New Jersey Clean Water Council (NJCWC) plans to seek public testimony on the Preliminary Draft Renewal of the municipal stormwater permit (released February 8, 2016).