Wednesday, August 22, 2007

New Jersey governor signs 4 environmental bills

New Jersey legislators may be on summer recess, but they're keeping Governor Jon Corzine's legal staff busy reviewing scores of bills passed in a flurry of voting sessions prior to the break.

Among them are four environmental bills (below) that Corzine signed into law yesterday.

Each bill number also functions as a link that you can activate to read the entire bill.
Wisniewski, J.S. ; Johnson, G.M. ; Steele, A.E
Provides that certain industrial use chemicals are not controlled dangerous substances.

Chatzidakis, L. ; Bodine, F.L. ; Van Drew, J.
Limits homeowners' association regulation of solar collectors on certain roofs.

Chatzidakis, L. ; Stender, L. ; Chivukula, U.J. ; Rooney, J.E. ; Van Drew, J.
Requires State to replace incandescent light bulbs with compact fluorescent light bulbs; requires BPU to educate public on benefits of compact fluorescent light bulbs.

Smith, B. ; McKeon, J.F.
Authorizes Delaware and Raritan Canal Commission to charge project application review fees and issue general permits for certain projects.
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