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Frenchtown NJ 08825

General Information

 

SUSTAINABLE JERSEY POLLUTION PREVENTION  INTERACTIVE MAPPING
Kingwood has achieved Bronze Certification

NJDEP Watershed Brochure

Stormwater Brochure

NJ-GeoWeb

REDUCE HUMAN-WILDLIFE CONTACT MOSQUITO CONTROL PROTECT OUR WATER

NJDEP Offers Tips on Reducing conflicts with Black Bears

NJDEP:  MOSQUITO CONTROL

 Stream 3

 

Easy Things You Can Do Every Day 

to Protect Our Water

  WEATHER & CLIMATE INFORMATION

 

12 Month NJ Precipitation & Temperature

Departures

 NJDEP Drought Information

FLOOD PREDICTIONS

National Weather Service - Frenchtown 

Kingwood Precipitation 2010 - 2019 

 

 DRINKING WATER QUALITY  SURFACE WATER QUALITY  AIR QUALITY
 

Arsenic is a toxic element that can be naturally present in local ground water.  

These links provide  a wealth of information about what this means and what

you can do about it.

Ground Water & Arsenic in Kingwood Township:  April 27, 2010 EC Presentation

Arsenic:  An information circular from the NJ Geological Survey 

Arsenic Treatment:  An information circular from the NJ Geological Survey

A Homeowner's Guide to Arsenic in Drinking Water (NJDEP Division of Science,

Research & Technology)

Private Well Testing Act

Private Well Testing Act Data Summary 2002-2018

 

NJDEP Clean Water 

 

Solutions to Stormwater Pollution

Stormwater Brochure

New Jersey Clean Energy Program

 

 

NJDEP Stop the Soot

Idling - What's the problem?

WHAT YOU CAN DO!

 INVASIVE SPECIES NATIVE PLANTS AND RAIN GARDENS RECYCLING

NJ Invasive Species Strike Team

3 Easy Steps to rid invasive plants from your landscape:

1.  DO NOT purchase or plant invasive plants (Click here for list);

2.  Remove invasive plants from your property;

3. Grow plants that are native to New Jersey.

 

Emerald Ash Borer

  For more information, click on image of Emeral Ash Borer

 

Emerald ash borer (EAB) is a non-native insect pest that infests and kills all species of ash trees. With

24.7 million ash trees, approximately 9 percent of New Jersey forests are susceptible to emerald ash

borer attacks. 

Links:

 

 

Report signs of the beetle to the Department of Agriculture at 609-406-6939

 

 

 

 

 

 

Horseshoe Bend Meadow Presentation 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Recyling in Kingwood

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Hunterdon County Solid Waste &

Recycling Services

Hunterdon County

Recycle Coach APP

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CONTAMINATED SITE GARDEN AND LANDSCAPE SEPTIC SYSTEMS

DEREWAL FIVE YEAR REVIEW REPORT - PUBLIC NOTICE

Public Notice

Fourth Five-Year Review Report by the US EPA

EPA Five Year Review

 

 

 

Rutgers NJ Agricultural Experiment Station:  Extensive excellent

resources for home and commercial gardening,

farming, livestock, 4-H, environmental

and health information.

Rutgers NJ Ag. Experiment Station: Landscape Plants
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

Why & How to

Maintain Your Septic System
in Kingwood Township
 

How to care for your septic system

Septic Information

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Link to Native Plants and Rain Garden