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June 29, 2022

New Jersey - Pay Up Climate Polluters, a campaign working to hold accountable the companies whose products helped create climate change, will be holding a virtual panel to discuss the impacts, cost and cost recovery of what is expected to be a more active than usual hurricane season. Councilman ...

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UNION COUNTY, NJ — It’s time to destroy the egg masses that spotted lanternflies laid on tree trunks, lawn furniture and other outdoor surfaces this past fall to prevent the pests from doing damage to the county’s plants and crops this spring. The spotted lanternfly is an invasive pest that can ...

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ROSELLE PARK — Borough leaders in Roselle Park are preparing for the statewide plastic bag ban to begin. Starting on May 4, 2022, all grocery and retail stores and food service businesses will not be allowed to provide or sell single-use plastic bags and polystyrene foam containers. Single-use ...

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SOUTH PLAINFIELD, NJ – New Jersey shoppers will soon need to remember more than just their list and coupons when they head to most stores when the state-wide ban on single-use plastic and paper bags will go into effect.  The plastic bag ban, which was approved by Gov. Phil Murphy last year and ...

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UNION COUNTY, NJ — The county is joining a growing list of New Jersey counties that have been designated to the "spotted lanternfly quarantine zone." New Jersey Secretary of Agriculture Douglas Fisher announced on Monday that the department has added five counties to the zone. The counties new ...

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UNION COUNTY, NJ - Union County residents with old or broken metal gutters, metal lawn furniture, metal ladders and many other kinds of household scrap metal can bring them to Union County’s free drive-up, drop-off sites for recycling. Two sites are available to all Union County residents for ...

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ROSELLE PARK, NJ — After increased sightings in Roselle Park and across the state of spotted lanternflies, an exotic invasive insect known to feed on 70 different types of plants and trees, the New Jersey Department of Agriculture (NJDA) is urging anyone who comes across the insect to report and ...

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