The Clean Water Council of New Jersey was established in 1967 to serve as an advisory board to the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection and to improve the Water Pollution Control Program in New Jersey. The council consists of seventeen appointed members: six permanent members and eleven member who serve for four year terms.
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2014 Clean Water Council Public Hearing Notice - The 2014 Clean Water Council public hearing is scheduled for Friday, December 12, 2014 in the NJDEP Publich Hearing Room. This years topic "Solving Sewer Overflows: Getting Ahead of the Flow". For additional information click here.