NJ Lawmakers Oppose Hazardous Waste Facility In Pa.

Law360, New York (November 14, 2016, 5:51 PM EST) -- New Jersey lawmakers on Monday advanced a resolution opposing a hazardous waste incinerator proposed for a Pennsylvania property across the Delaware River from several Garden State towns, citing the high probability of pollution and its potential impact on air and water quality.

Assembly Resolution 175 denounces Israel-based Elcon Recycling Services plans for an incinerator in Falls Township, Pa., citing environmentalists’ estimates that the facility would annually process 210,000 tons of waste containing mercury, cadmium and lead, and produce more than 39 tons of air emissions containing, among other pollutants, nitrous oxide and ammonia, hydrochloric acid, volatile organic compounds and sulfur oxide....

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