Earth Friendly Products, which has a facility in Parsippany, is celebrating it's 50th anniversary in conjunction with global Earth Day events. Representatives say going green is good for the Earth, but also for the bottom line.
William Paterson University and Paterson School 12 are partners. Students from the WPU College of Education developed lesson plans and set up interactive booths in the university’s dining hall about science, nature and the environment for elementary school students.
New Jersey’s State Commission of Investigation found that unlicensed construction recyclers dumped contaminated debris in the state after Superstorm Sandy hit. Since then, municipalities have had to foot the bill for cleanup.
Lawmakers say New Jersey will lose out if President Trump's proposed budget gets approved because cuts to the Environmental Protection Agency will mean the end of state programs that clean up Superfund sites and ensure clean and healthy water and air.
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