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Tag Archives: Clean Water

The Passaic River Coalition’s Work To Protect The Passaic River Basin

In our state, people do not often have to worry about having a clean and reliable water supply for themselves and their family. However, it is the continuing work of local organizations like the Passaic River Coalition (“PRC”) that ensures our water supplies remain viable for future generations. The PRC guards the Passaic River Basin;… Read More »

NJ Community Association Liability for Maintenance of Public Sidewalks

Community Associations are often concerned about the extent of their liability for the maintenance of public rights of way located within their boundaries. The New Jersey Supreme Court recently shed light on this issue in the case of Luchjeko v. Hoboken, where the Court held that condominium associations are not liable to pedestrians injured as… Read More »

Recent Decision by the U.S. Supreme Court Concerning Clean Water Act (Wetlands) Enforcement

Earlier in January, the U.S. Supreme Court heard oral argument in Sacket v. EPA, a Clean Water Act (“CWA”) enforcement case that concerns whether CWA administrative orders are subject to pre-enforcement judicial review. In the Sacket case, the property owners planned to build a home on a one-half acre parcel of land in Idaho. After… Read More »

RCRA Remains a Viable Cause of Action to Pursue Cleanup of Contaminated Sites in New Jersey

A recent decision from the Third Circuit further confirms that state remediation standards, while instructive, are not dispositive of a claim under the federal Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (“RCRA”). Raritan Baykeeper v. NL Industries, Inc., No. 10-2591, 2011 U.S. App. LEXIS 20021 (Oct. 3, 2011), is at least the third decision in our jurisdiction… Read More »