Stormwater (Water)

Runoff water from storms needs to be clean of debris and pollutants so that drinking water and waterways are clean for all. …

Wetlands (Water)

Wetlands are an important natural resource that naturally clean water and they need to be protected from pollutants and overdevelopment. Municipalities can…

Streams and Rivers

New Jersey contains 18,126 miles of rivers and streams which are a critical natural resource. Our waterways are the source of about…

Water Conservation

Three percent of the earth’s water is fresh water, and only 1% is available for usage, while the average American uses 100…

Wastewater Management

Wastewater management is critical to protecting water resources. The ANJEC paper Septic Systems, Clean Water and Your Municipality explains the connections between…

Protecting Our Streams

New Jersey’s streams and rivers are the source of our drinking water, scenic beauty, recreational opportunities and wildlife habitat. Stream systems, generally…

Coastal Waterways (Water)

New Jersey’s coastal zone boundary encompasses approximately 1,800 miles of tidal coastline, including 126 miles along the Atlantic oceanfront from Sandy Hook…

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