DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION URGES MOTORISTS TO BE EXTRA CAUTIOUS WITH DEER MATING SEASON UNDERWAY
DRIVERS CAUTIONED TO BE ON LOOKOUT FOR DEER NEAR ROADWAYS, PARTICULARLY DURING MORNING AND EVENING COMMUTES
(14/P111) TRENTON – The Department of Environmental Protection’s Division of Fish and Wildlife is urging motorists to be alert for white-tailed deer on roads with the arrival of the fall breeding season.
Single Stream Recycling Starts September 1st For All Homes with Curbside Recycling
Starting September 1, if you recycle at the curb, you will no longer need to separate paper and cardboard from bottles and cans. The switch to single stream will not only be more convenient, but also means you can. Click here to reasd more.
DEP OFFERS TIPS ON REDUCING CONFLICTS AND ENCOUNTERS WITH BLACK BEARS IN NEW JERSEY
SLIGHT INCREASE IN BEAR SIGHTINGS IN CENTRAL AND SOUTH JERSEY
(14/P65) TRENTON – With several prominent sightings of black bears in Central and South Jersey over the past few weeks, the Department of Environmental Protection is reminding residents in all 21 counties to take a few basic precautions this summer to reduce the potential of encounters with black bears, and offering tips on co-existing with the creatures. Click here to read more.
2,000 Free Trees to Atlantic City Electric Customers.
Atlantic City Electric is partnering with the Arbor Day Foundation to provide 2,000 free trees to Atlantic City Electric customers. The 2 to 4-foot trees will be delivered directly to the customer at an ideal time for planting. The Arbor Foundation also provides guidance on strategic planting to help conserve household energy. Atlantic City Electric customers can reserve their free trees today at www.arborday.org/ace or by calling 1-855-670-2773. Click here to read Atlantic City Electric press release.