Pace Glass broke ground in Andover Township for its planned 250,000 square foot glass recycling facility that will bring hundreds of jobs to Sussex County.
Environmentalists say pipeline construction could stir up sediments and disrupt the ecosystem and commercial fishing out on the bay.
The school says its efforts helped cut energy consumption by 40 percent and utility costs by $20,000 in the 2015 to 2016 fiscal year.
Of the roughly 6.3 million vehicles in New Jersey, less than 1 percent are electric or hybrid.
Cowtown’s owners and advocates, helped by the New Jersey Conservation Foundation, announced federal funding to preserve 375 acres of pastureland that surrounds the rodeo.
Members from a four-state coalition of environmental NGOs convened in Trenton to celebrate a big win for the Delaware River.
Murphy delivered his sales pitch to an international offshore wind forum Wednesday, promising industry stakeholders that political winds are finally blowing their way.
The energy that runs through the lines and powers the equipment and everything else at Red Bull Arena comes from waste processed at Covanta’s Newark facility about a mile away.
The room at the DEP headquarters in Trenton was packed with people who had questions about how New Jersey will re-enter the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative, otherwise known as RGGI.
The discussion at the forum focused on using techniques like education and outreach to overcome barriers.
Monmouth County emergency services say the storm's impact is 'not so bad.'
The PennEast Pipeline company has filed eminent domain notices in federal court against 92 landowners along a proposed pipeline route.
Environmentalists and political leaders sounded off against the Trump administration's decision to move forward with offshore drilling plans on the eastern seaboard.
Murphy said the reversal was about protecting the 13,000-plus square miles of the Delaware River Basin.
The controversial PennEast Pipeline would cut through Hunterdon Mercer Counties.