Monday, the Senate Environment and Energy Committee will focus on a package of energy bills which also have environmental implications. While several bills such as RGGI have been around for years, there are also new bills like the zero emission credit. The Assembly Environment Committee is also meeting. NJBIA will be testifying in both committees […]
I have returned from maternity leave and am jumping back into the policy fray. Thank you to all that helped Melanie Willoughby out while I was spending time with my new baby. I know that there are many complex components to the environmental realm and the more business advocates the better. Now that we are […]
We have another interesting DEP air rule proposal for your information. This is an attempt to codify some of the “transformation” recommendations that have been developed since the beginning of the Christie administration. It seems they’re trying to move these to rulemaking before the end of his term, so things are moving fast. There was […]
While Sara continues to be out on maternity leave, I am sending you this new rule proposal that was released by the state Department of Environmental Protection to curb air pollution from certain sources. In the proposal published last week, the DEP aims to cut volatile organic compounds and nitrogen dioxide releases from industrial cleaning […]
I will be going out on maternity leave this week and wanted to let you know in my absence that you can reach out to Frank Robinson on our staff. Frank will be trouble shooting issues and helping find answers for the next few months.