Most New Jersey residents take it for granted that “someone” is protecting our health from toxic chemicals in our drinking water or the air we breathe. Or from unsafe pesticides or radiation. Or from preventable disasters like the BP Gulf Coast oil spill or the recent nuclear meltdown in Japan.

Unless New Jersey communities speak up, however, that “someone” will no longer be providing those vital safeguards.

Full Article by Debra Coyle McFadden, Assistant Director, WEC

March 31, 2012 – Courier Post (of Camden)