: Visit NJPIRG's Pollution Watch Web site to find out about local pollution problems in your community and what the Gubernatorial candidates are pledging to do to protect public health and the environment.
The Environment, You, and Your Health
NJ POLLUTION WATCH
NJ PUBLIC INTEREST RESEARCH GROUP
Get Answers to the Questions You Care About:
Who is polluting your community? Naming names. The biggest polluters in your neighborhood.
What can you do? Communicate with decision-makers. Get involved. Right now, right online.
Where are the polluters? Zoom in to see how close polluters are to your home, workplace, or school.
How does your community rank? Find out how your community ranks against the rest of the state for air, water, land, and toxins.
Compare your community to others See where your community stands compared to the rest of the country.
Click on the map in the margin to get answers to these questions, and for a host of other environmental information that may effect you health and safety.
Chemical (New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection Community Right to Know Chemical Inventory Annual Report Public Access
Environmental Health (NJ Department of Health & Senior Services, disaster response, bioterrorism preparedness and response.)
Land, Waste and Water (US EPA: Pollution, hazardous waste sites, watershed information in your community.)