I recently had the honor of being named to the New Jersey Food Waste Recycling Market Development Council. I look forward to serving the people of New Jersey!
Hey, it’s a start. The New Jersey EDA is setting up a program to issue vouchers for business and institutions in the Newark and Camden areas to allow these organizations to replace medium and heavy duty trucks with electric vehicles. The goal of this first phase is to replace up to 300 diesel trucks…with a […]
Ok, maybe a small part of it, but a change is a change…and in these times of bad news all the time…..here is another example of what people can do to help the environment… NJ Transit had proposed a gas fired micro-grid. The gas would have come from fracking…which is a proven negative for the […]
S-232, a senate bill designed to address the issue of Environmental Justice is moving quickly through the NJ legislature. That is both a good and bad thing. The good part of S-232 is that the issue is being discussed after more than 10 years of languishing in reports by the DEP. The bad is the […]
IF, after viewing the video produced by these elementary students in Brick Township on the costs of plastic bags in recycling you are not moved to action, then, well, I don’t know what to say to you. Their video is concise, clear, and to the point. Why not get your towns to start a program […]