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Concrete results

Weina Meng, an assistant professor of civil engineering at Stevens Institute of Technology, is developing a new, low-cost ultra-high-performance concrete for the New Jersey Department of Transportation that would be used to rehabilitate bridges.

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OPINION: Wrong course

For most of us, if we have a leaky roof or something in our home that needs repair, we save up so that we can fix it. It would be nice if our gas or electric provider would just hand us money for repairs, but that’s just not reality. In a lawsuit over climate change, the city of Hoboken is trying this trick to get money for its own infrastructure projects. By, Michael Thulen Jr. , former president of the Point Pleasant Borough Council.

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PennEast backs off plans for pipeline on NJ-owned land

A deal was struck this week with the New Jersey Attorney General's Office, according to a one-page notice sent to the Third Circuit Court of Appeals. "Although the company is still pushing ahead with plans to build an unnecessary and ill-conceived pipeline, we will continue to lead the fight against it, and we are confident that we will ultimately prevail in court," reads a statement from Leland Moore, a spokesperson for the Attorney General's office. 

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