New Jersey, home to a vast and rich natural resources and a diverse population, has the most stringent environmental standards in the country, according to a new report.
The state has one of the most active natural resources cleanup programs in the nation, and it has strict requirements for cleanups for public land and buildings.
But many New Jersey residents and businesses are struggling with pollution.
The Environmental Protection Agency says New Jersey ranks near the bottom in pollution on the scale of other states.
The agency says that since 2011, the state has lost at least two million tons of carbon dioxide and other pollutants.
So what exactly is going on?
New Jersey has a long history of pollution problems, said Mark Krikorian, director of the Environmental Protection Research Center at Rutgers University.
He said that pollution started at the beginning of the industrial revolution.
In 1790, the city of Newark, a small fishing port town, was a hub for shipping.
The area’s population doubled over the course of the 19th century, creating a population that was a mix of immigrant, working-class, and industrial.
Krikorians research found that Newark was a key hub for industrialization, and there were numerous factories there.
One of them was the Newark Shipbuilding Company, which made ships for the British East India Company, the world’s largest shipping company at the time.
The company’s chief engineer, Thomas Hobbes, wrote in his diary that “the city has been built by a number of hands, with a number and many of them being industrious men.”
Hobbes said that while the shipbuilding industry was successful, he feared for the city’s health and that of its people.
The industrial era was largely about reducing emissions.
Hobbes wrote in the diary that the work that the industry did for the community was not well understood.
“We need the government to do something, and I think it will do something,” Hobbes told a local newspaper in 1875.
In 1876, the New Jersey Legislature passed the Smelting and Manufacturing Act, which prohibited all kinds of manufacturing and smelting on public land, including the Port of Newark.
The law also required the state to clean up pollution in the port.
Hobbs, along with other local residents and businessmen, fought for years to keep the port open.
Eventually, the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey and other government agencies started to remove pollution from the port, and by the end of the 20th century New Jersey was the most polluted state in the U.S. According to a study by the New York State Council of Science and Technology, New Jersey lost between 1,000 and 2,000 tons of pollution per year between 2000 and 2020.
In contrast, other states saw an average of just 5 to 10 tons of polluted pollution per capita per year.
In New Jersey’s case, the report found that there was no overall reduction in pollution from manufacturing and shipping operations.
Instead, the study found that the state saw the largest decline in manufacturing jobs in New Jersey.
While the city has a large population of people who are working in the industry, there are also many people who aren’t.
According the study, a lack of infrastructure and other economic factors meant that many people didn’t have the means to get to work.
As the state continued to cleanup, the numbers of people without work dropped, the council found.
However, there were also plenty of people working in industries that were also polluting, such as food processing and retail.
As workers left, there was a surge in pollution in places like the Newark Port, where workers were working in warehouses and other small businesses.
That pollution caused problems in the community, said Krikoresin, a Rutgers professor of environmental science.
“It wasn’t just the port itself that was polluted, but the surrounding areas as well,” he said.
One example of pollution is in the area around the Newark International Airport, where the port is located.
The airport has a lot of traffic, and the airport was considered a major transportation hub in the city.
But pollution in other parts of the city caused a large amount of pollution, Krikorian said.
According a 2009 study by The Environmental Defense Fund, Newark’s Port Authority has spent millions on environmental cleanup efforts, including replacing the concrete at the airport, replacing old asphalt roads with a new asphalt surface, and removing pollutants from the airport’s water and sewer systems.
In 2014, the authority said that the environmental cleanup work had cost it $8.6 million, or $1,200 per person.
The Port Authority said it spent more than $100 million to clean-up the port in 2015 alone.
And that work is continuing, Kriksorian said.
“The Port Authority is committed to cleaning up the Newark Airport, which has the largest number of smokestacks in the state, and also the largest refinery in the United States,” the Port authority said in a statement.
“Newark is an iconic symbol of the great American city, with