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The deadline has been extended to November 1, 2022, for the Stormwater Utility (SWU) Technical Assistance Grants. $2 million is available to provide individualized services to conduct comprehensive feasibility studies for forming SWUs.
Were you impacted by Hurricane Ida? Please take this survey.
On 9/22/22 Commissioner LaTourette hosted a panel for Climate Week to discuss economic impacts associated with climate change and what can be done to address them.
RFQ updated on 9/27 to extend the quotation submission deadline and clarify requirements.
Protecting and enhancing New Jersey’s water quality and water infrastructure.
New Jersey Protecting Against Climate Threats.
Lead Line Identification and Resident Notification.
Strategic climate resilience planning and state-led acquisition of flood-prone property.
What New Jersey is doing to address climate change and reach 100 percent clean energy by 2050.
Empowering Garden State residents and communities to reduce the impacts of pollution on overburdened populations.
To protect municipalities from flooding, New Jersey is working to build a comprehensive system of flood hazard risk reduction measures.
List of public water systems with PFAS “forever chemical” violations
State agencies have been charged with the goal of obtaining 7,500 megawatts of offshore wind energy generation by 2035.
Complete guide to HABs, including how to report a bloom in New Jersey and information on the state’s response strategy.