Groundbreaking Ceremony for Southwest Park (City of Hoboken). On Thursday, June 30, Hoboken is to hold a groundbreaking for the Southwest Park, a planned one-acre park that will help resolve flooding and combined sewer overflows.
Protecting Drinking Water by Becoming Climate Ready (EPABlog). To avoid impacts on the country's aging water infrastructure, the U.S.Environmental Protection Agency has developed tools that address climate-related challenges, including steps already taken by the Camden County Municipal Utilities Authority.
New Jersey's wastewater infrastructure received a D grade while drinking water received a C from the American Society of Civil Engineers in its 2016 Report Card for New Jersey's Infrastructure. Report Card summary.
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