Clean Water Act Violations

Thanks to the New York Times, we readers have the ability to search on this interactive map the various and numerous transgressions of the Clean Water Act. For instance, New Jersey has 769 regulated water facilities of which 121, or 15.8%, were found in violation between 2004 and 2007. This site also provides us with a listing of water polluters throughout the country; you can specify down to a municipality or zip code. Its “Toxic Waters” series should be required reading.

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  1. […] fact is examined in a New York Times article¬†which is part of its ongoing series on Toxic Waters, a series which we have already recommended for your perusal. Further information on this topic can be found […]

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