Description: New Jersey Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NJPDES) surface water discharge pipe GIS point coverage compiled from GPSed locations, NJPDES databases, and permit applications. This coverage contains the surface water discharge points and the receiving waters coordinates for the active as well as terminated pipes.
Description: The purpose of this data is to identify the locations of publicly accessible Alternative Fueled Vehicle (AFV) Fueling Stations. The data can be used by Alternative Fueled Vehicle owners, government entities and other stakeholders to identify existing fueling locations and plan for future infrastructure build-out.
Description: This data is a graphical representation of the listing of licensed active child care centers in NJ. It was created for the State of New Jersey's initiative regarding child care centers near contaminated sites. As of the April 2017 child care center GIS layer revision, non-profit child care centers found in Public Schools (NIPS) are also included in this GIS layer even though they are not required to submit environmental data to the NJDEP for NJDCF licensing. Proposed child care centers are not listed until a NJDCF License number is issued.
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Description: This dataset contains locations and information on all of the businesses registered on the New Jersey Sustainable Business Registry. The New Jersey Sustainable Business Registry (NJSBR) was created to recognize and promote sustainable businesses, nonprofit organizations and higher education institutions across the state for their sustainable and "green" practices. For more information, visit: registry.njsbdc.com
Description: Covid-related closures have severely impacted the seafood industry and the supply chain. The state and federal governments are working to help them create small, local pop-up markets. This data and associated web map application will support the state’s seafood industry and allow the public to quickly find locations near them in New Jersey.The list of seafood markets was provided to the NJ Marine Fisheries Administartion by Garden State Seafood Association (GSSA). The list of locations are businesses which GSSA knows to be operating during Covid closures.
Copyright Text: State of New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP), Division of Fish and Wildlife (DFW), Office of Fish and Wildlife Information Systems - April 30, 2020.