Access Denied: NJ Communities Remain in the Dark About Chemical Disasters

//Access Denied: NJ Communities Remain in the Dark About Chemical Disasters

Access Denied: NJ Communities Remain in the Dark About Chemical Disasters

Access Denied documents how Governor Chris Christie continues to fail in carrying out his legal responsibility under federal law for ensuring that the public has access to an up-to-date Emergency Response Plan (ERP) in each of New Jersey’s counties and municipalities in the event of a chemical plant fire, explosion, or other toxic emergency. The Governor’s State Emergency Response Commission (SERC) is supposed to ensure public access to these plans. However, despite acknowledgment of the violation, they have not done so.

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By | 2017-03-30T16:46:19+00:00 December 20th, 2016|WEC Reports|1 Comment

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  1. […] Dan Fatton, WEC executive director, appeared on NJTV News with Mary Alice Williams to discuss WEC’s latest report, ACCESS DENIED. […]

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