Bills Pending New Jersey Senate Environment and Energy Committee

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NJS3358Intro
25%
Eliminates prohibition on provision of single-use paper and plastic carryout bags by grocery stores for delivery, pick-up or curbside pickup orders.
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2022-12-01
To Senate Environment and Energy Committee
NJS3338Intro
25%
Requires DEP to prioritize funding for certain projects for acquisition of lands for recreation and conservation purposes and certain environmental infrastructure projects that include, or allow for, flood mitigation projects.
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2022-12-01
To Senate Environment and Energy Committee
NJS3350Intro
25%
Prohibits DEP from requiring person under 16 years of age to obtain horseback riding permit to ride in State wildlife management areas.
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2022-12-01
To Senate Environment and Energy Committee
NJS3337Intro
25%
Establishes Resilient NJ Revolving Loan Fund in, and authorizes issuance of bonds by, NJ Infrastructure Bank to fund certain hazard mitigation and resiliency projects; makes various changes to NJ Infrastructure Bank's enabling act.
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2022-12-01
To Senate Environment and Energy Committee
NJS3362Intro
25%
Appropriates $53,249,310 from constitutionally dedicated CBT revenues to DEP for State acquisition of lands for recreation and conservation purposes, including Blue Acres projects, and Green Acres Program administrative costs.
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2022-12-01
To Senate Environment and Energy Committee
NJS3373Intro
25%
Requires manufacturers of electric vehicles to establish and implement electric vehicle battery management plans.
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2022-12-01
To Senate Environment and Energy Committee
NJS3361Intro
25%
Appropriates $64.929 million from constitutionally dedicated CBT revenues for recreation and conservation purposes to DEP for State capital and park development projects.
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2022-12-01
To Senate Environment and Energy Committee
NJS3372Intro
25%
Establishes "Electric Vehicle Battery Recycling Task Force" to study ways to safely store, reuse, recycle, and dispose of used electric vehicle batteries.
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2022-12-01
To Senate Environment and Energy Committee
NJS3311Intro
25%
Appropriates $4 million to DEP for local cost share of certain beach replenishment project in Ocean County.
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2022-11-07
To Senate Environment and Energy Committee
NJS3305Intro
25%
Requires BPU to allow low- and moderate-income residential customers to self-attest to income for participation in community solar programs.
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2022-11-03
To Senate Environment and Energy Committee
NJS3276Intro
25%
Requires electric vehicle battery facilities to affix sign developed and produced by DEP to all facility entrances as notification that electric vehicle batteries are on-site.
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2022-10-31
To Senate Environment and Energy Committee
NJS3255Intro
25%
Increases percentage of reclaimed asphalt pavement that can be used for local road projects.
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2022-10-31
To Senate Environment and Energy Committee
NJS3256Intro
25%
Establishes "Electric Vehicle Battery Repurposing Fund" to support repurposing, remanufacturing, and recycling of electric vehicle batteries; dedicates amounts based on certain sales of electric vehicles.
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2022-10-31
To Senate Environment and Energy Committee
NJS3258Intro
25%
Appropriates $28,670,924 in 2003 and 1992 bond act monies for loans for dam restoration and repair projects and inland waters projects.
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2022-10-31
To Senate Environment and Energy Committee
NJS3289Intro
25%
Modifies eligibility for electric vehicle incentive program; appropriates $30 million to Plug-In Electric Vehicle Incentive Fund.
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2022-10-31
To Senate Environment and Energy Committee
NJS3282Intro
25%
Requires DEP and BPU to study and promote use of microplastics filtering systems and technologies in New Jersey.
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2022-10-31
To Senate Environment and Energy Committee
NJS3291Intro
25%
"Kangaroo Protection Act of 2022"; prohibits sale or barter, or offering for sale or barter, of dead kangaroos and any products made from kangaroo.
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2022-10-31
To Senate Environment and Energy Committee
NJS3290Intro
25%
Exempts pick-your-own orchards from State's plastic bag ban and authorizes pick-your-own orchards to sell ground-harvested fruit as ingredients for use in food and other value-added products.
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2022-10-31
To Senate Environment and Energy Committee
NJS3283Intro
25%
Directs DEP to adopt regulations concerning identification and testing of microplastics in drinking water.
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2022-10-31
To Senate Environment and Energy Committee
NJS3281Intro
25%
Directs DEP to establish rebate program for purchase of microfiber washing machine filter or replacement filter; appropriates $2.5 million.
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2022-10-31
To Senate Environment and Energy Committee
NJS3224Intro
25%
Requires request for proposal to establish demonstration program to develop electric vehicle charging depots serviced by distributed energy resource charging centers for certain electric vehicle use.
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2022-10-27
To Senate Environment and Energy Committee
NJSCR124Intro
25%
Declares that Fish and Game Council's rule allowing use of enclosed foothold traps is not consistent with legislative intent.
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2022-10-17
To Senate Environment and Energy Committee
NJSCR125Intro
25%
Memorializes President and Congress to require EPA to reassess funding amounts allocated by the "Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act" for lead service line replacement.
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2022-10-17
To Senate Environment and Energy Committee
NJS3194Intro
25%
Changes perimeter for bow and arrow hunting around certain buildings; requires property owner to provide notice and obtain receipt from owners of adjacent properties of any hunting activity; designated as "Restoring Safety Buffer Law."
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2022-10-13
To Senate Environment and Energy Committee
NJS3153Intro
25%
Authorizes schools to receive and compost food waste from other schools, under certain conditions.
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2022-10-03
To Senate Environment and Energy Committee
NJS3138Intro
25%
Requires outdoor lighting fixtures installed or replaced by, or on behalf of State, or at projects receiving State funds, to meet certain criteria.
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2022-10-03
To Senate Environment and Energy Committee
NJS3139Intro
25%
Concerns radon testing in certain schools and institutions of higher education.
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2022-10-03
To Senate Environment and Energy Committee
NJS3141Intro
25%
Requires study of ocean energy potential; directs BPU to establish wave and tidal energy generation goals and take other action to establish NJ as nationwide leader in ocean energy.
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2022-10-03
To Senate Environment and Energy Committee
NJS3180Intro
25%
Requires certain water purveyors to identify, and use, alternative water supply source when perfluoralkyl or polyfluoroalkyl substances exceed maximum contaminant levels.
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2022-10-03
To Senate Environment and Energy Committee
NJS3179Intro
25%
Requires public water systems and landlords to provide certain notice of elevated perfluoroalkyl or polyfluoroalkyl substances levels in drinking water; requires DEP to establish educational program.
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2022-10-03
To Senate Environment and Energy Committee
NJS3178Intro
25%
Requires DEP to perform certain assessments concerning regulation of perfluoroalkyl and polyfluoroalkyl substances.
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2022-10-03
To Senate Environment and Energy Committee
NJS3177Intro
25%
"Protecting Against Forever Chemicals Act"; establishes requirements, prohibitions, and programs for regulation of perfluoroalkyl and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS).
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2022-10-03
To Senate Environment and Energy Committee
NJS3123Intro
25%
Increases goal for annual capacity of solar energy projects to be developed under Community Solar Energy Program to 500 megawatts per year.
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2022-10-03
To Senate Environment and Energy Committee
NJSJR101Intro
25%
Designates August of each year as Radon Awareness Month; designates August 2 of each year as Radon Action Day.
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2022-10-03
To Senate Environment and Energy Committee
NJSCR122Intro
25%
Urges New Jersey State Park Service to establish visitor's center at Princeton Battlefield State Park.
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2022-10-03
To Senate Environment and Energy Committee
NJS3052Intro
25%
Requires Div. of Fish and Wildlife to conduct annual black bear population count.
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2022-09-29
To Senate Environment and Energy Committee
NJS3065Intro
25%
Renames pinelands area as "John McPhee pinelands area."
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2022-09-29
To Senate Environment and Energy Committee
NJS3057Intro
25%
Authorizes farmers and other persons to use, sell, and distribute ground-harvested fruit for purposes of value-added product processing and production.
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2022-09-29
To Senate Environment and Energy Committee
NJS3021Intro
25%
Establishes Office of River Maintenance in DEP; repeals P.L.1993, c.376 concerning stream cleaning activities.
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2022-09-22
To Senate Environment and Energy Committee
NJS2985Intro
25%
Exempts sales of reusable carryout bags from sales and use tax.
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2022-09-22
To Senate Environment and Energy Committee
NJS2978Intro
25%
Revises State renewable energy portfolio standards.
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2022-08-08
To Senate Environment and Energy Committee
NJS2967Intro
25%
Prohibits Fish and Game Council and Division of Fish and Wildlife from requiring, for deer management plans, written consent of private landowners located in, or within 2,000 feet of, deer management area.
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2022-08-08
To Senate Environment and Energy Committee
NJSR98Intro
25%
Opposes changing designation of Delaware Water Gap from National Recreation Area to National Park and Preserve and opposes certain parts of National Park Service's "Vision 2030" for Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area.
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2022-08-08
To Senate Environment and Energy Committee
NJS2968Intro
25%
Requires grants to local government units to cover total cost of forest stewardship plans; provides for allocation of funding from "Global Warming Solutions Fund".
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2022-08-08
To Senate Environment and Energy Committee
NJS2966Intro
25%
Makes supplemental appropriation of $1 million to Flemington Borough in Hunterdon County for drinking water infrastructure.
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2022-08-08
To Senate Environment and Energy Committee
NJS2971Intro
25%
Establishes tax credits and financial grant related to construction and operation of advanced nuclear energy facilities.
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2022-08-08
To Senate Environment and Energy Committee
NJS2969Intro
25%
Requires DEP to reimburse local units for costs incurred in responding to emergencies in State parks and forests.
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2022-08-08
To Senate Environment and Energy Committee
NJS2853Intro
25%
Establishes additional requirements for operation and oversight of animal shelters, pounds, and kennels operating as shelters or pounds.
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2022-06-14
To Senate Environment and Energy Committee
NJS2855Intro
25%
Extends existing plug-in electric vehicle incentives to plug-in electric motorcycles.
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2022-06-14
To Senate Environment and Energy Committee
NJSR91Intro
25%
Urges Governor to make appointments to "Advisory Council on Solid Waste Management" and "Recycling Market Development Council."
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2022-06-13
To Senate Environment and Energy Committee
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