Green infrastructure (GI) is a technique that is being used to reduce runoff and sewage overflows in communities with combined sewer systems. But what is it? And how does it work?
New Campaign Launches to Engage Communities in Shaping Solutions to Combined Sewer Overflows A statewide coalition today unveiled Sewage-Free Streets and Rivers, a coordinated campaign across New Jersey communities with combined sewer systems that overflow raw sewage during heavy rainfalls. These overflows can cause sewage backups into basements and streets, and dump an estimated 23 … Continue reading Getting Sewage Off Our Streets and Out of Our Rivers
News 12 New Jersey's Brian Donohue covers what he calls "the closest thing New Jersey has to a portal to Hell," in front of Perth Amboy's largest combined sewer outfall. NJ/NY Baykeeper Director Greg Remaud explains why CSOs are a huge source of pollution.