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Sandy Waterway Debris Resources
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Sediment Removal in Mantoloking, NJ

Screening Operations in Mantoloking, NJ

AAll Sandy-related waterway debris efforts coordinated through the DEP have ended. For more information on on-going efforts to remove debris from the Edwin B. Forsythe National Wildlife Refuge, contact Virginia Rettig at 609-652-1665 or virginia_rettig@fws.gov. Additional info about the Refuge is available from these sites:

For more information on on-going efforts to address sediment in the State’s navigation channels, contact:

Scott Stephens, Acting Director
Community and Constituent Relations
NJ Department of Transportation
Office: 609-530-2110
Fax: 609-530-2010
Email: scott.stephens@dot.state.nj.us.

Additional information about the Christie Administration’s multi-year State Channel Dredging Program can be found at http://www.nj.gov/transportation/about/press/2014/031314.shtm

As always, if you know of an environmental concern, please report it directly to the DEP Hotline @ 1-877-WARNDEP (1-877-927-6337).   Navigational concerns should be reported to the local station of the State Police’s Marine Services Bureau (www.njsp.org/maritime/).


   

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