Description: This is a geographical representation of the locations of CSO outfall points statewide. Combined Sewer Overflows (CSO) are sewers that are designed to collect rainwater runoff, domestic sewage, and industrial wastewater in the same pipe. Most of the time, combined sewer systems transport all of their wastewater to a sewage treatment plant, where it is treated and then discharged to a water body. During periods of heavy rainfall or snowmelt, however, the wastewater volume in a combined sewer system can exceed the capacity of the sewer collection system or treatment plant.This map data layer provides information regarding the location of permitted CSO Outfall Points, the applicable NJPDES Permit number, the assigned 3-digit discharge serial number, the latitude and longitude, the alternate name (such as a street address) of the CSO point, the municipality and Watershed Management Area (WMA) where the CSO outfall is located, a unique identifier for each point consisting of the permit number and outfall number, the receiving waterbody, the receiving treatment plant name and permit number, if the CSO outfall has solids and floatable treatment, a link for Discharge Monitoring Report (DMR) data, and a website.
Description: This is a geographical representation of the 2017 Public Community Water Purveyor Service Areas GIS data layer. Water purveyors are regulated by the NJDEP Bureau of Safe Drinking Water, under the Safe Drinking Water Act. Public Community Water Purveyors are systems that pipe water for human consumption to at least 15 service connections used year-round, or one that regularly serves at least 25 year-round residents. Public purveyors can be government agencies, private companies, or quasi-government groups. The boundaries mapped are those of the actual water delivery or service area. Franchise areas are not depicted (areas with legal rights for future service once developed). Water sources (wells or surface water intakes) are often located outside the delivery area boundaries.
Description: This data within this layer includes the quantity and installed capacity of solar installations in each of New Jersey's counties. The quantity and installed capacity in each county is also broken out by installation type (i.e. residential, non-residential, and gird supply). This data is updated and published monthly by the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities at: http://www.njcleanenergy.com/renewable-energy/project-activity-reports/project-activity-reports
Description: The data contained in this layer identifies all public solar installations in the State, as reported by the NJBPU and their Energy Market Managers, AEG as of 20160826. Public facilities include: Government Facilities, Public Schools, Public Colleges/Universities, and other public school facilities.
Description: This data represents point locations for electric generating units (EGU) in New Jersey that are subject to the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI). This electric generating units are operated using fossil fuels and are at or above 25 megewatts in capacity.
Copyright Text: United States Environmental Protection Agency Air Markets Program Data https://ampd.epa.gov/ampd/ United Stated Energy Information Administration https://www.eia.gov/
Description: The data contained within this layer represents information acquired from the New Jersey Clean Energy Program's Solar Activity Report (http://www.njcleanenergy.com/renewable-energy/project-activity-reports/project-activity-reports). The boundaries were calculated using a combination of 2015 ortho imagery and oblique aerial imagery using Pictometry.
Copyright Text: NJDEP, Bureau of Energy and Sustainability Edition 20190327