A 750-foot stretch of the Passaic River in Newark is less toxic than it was a year ago thanks to dioxin being removed.
The EPA promises precautions will be taken when it dismantles a Garfield Superfund site, the state will decide if it will continue oversight of Atlantic City's finances and Edgewater has opened its ...
A superfund site attracted some of New Jersey’s biggest political names today, announcing progress at a site where residents have been dealing with a big and potentially deadly problem.
Department of Environmental Protection Commissioner Bob Martin talks about the organization's actions on preventing fracking, alternative energy, public access to waterways and the cleanup of the ...
DEP Commissioner Bob Martin says the organization is investigating ways to cope with rising sea levels and flooding, as well as improve air quality and keep state parks open.
Frank Calandriello said the city wouldn't be dealing with more instances of chromium in residents' basements if the DEP properly cleaned up a 3,000-gallon spill in 1983.
Environment New Jersey issued a report that found 8.5 million pounds of toxic chemicals in the state's waters, though the DEP rejects the report.
A gas pipeline project that will cut through New Jersey's Highlands could be approved Thursday despite questions about its environmental impact.