NJ Residents Breathing Easier Thanks to PA Marcellus Shale

New Jersey has, for decades, not met federal air quality standards. And although NJ continues to not meet some of those standards, they have just been told by the feds they now pass for one very important air standard: the standard for particulates in the air. Particulates are tiny bits of solid and liquid droplets in the air that come from soot, pollen and other sources. Gov. Chris Christie (Rhino, er, a, RINO) has pulled a muscle in his arm patting himself on the back taking credit for the news. The truth is, NJ’s lower particulate count has virtually nothing to do with NJ itself and is mostly due to, yes, the Pennsylvania Marcellus Shale…

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