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New Jersey DEP hopes outsourcing will speed up cleanups

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Posted: Saturday, January 9, 2010 8:55 pm

The doors and windows to the nondescript salmon-colored building in Franklin Township are boarded up — just another abandoned property in a state that, since the recession, has been increasingly full of them. Apart from its imposing but temporary fence, nobody would guess this cinder block building no bigger than a ranch home stirred one of New Jersey’s biggest environmental outrages of the past decade.

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