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New Jersey's Beach Water Quality Monitoring Program

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The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection administers the Cooperative Coastal Monitoring Program with the New Jersey Department of Health and Senior Services and local environmental health agencies. Recreational beach water quality monitoring is performed routinely on Mondays and throughout the week as necessary at 175 ocean and 43 bay monitoring stations. Water quality monitoring and aerial surveillance of bathing beaches begins in mid-May and runs through mid-September each summer.

Additional Information

Additional information about New Jersey's Cooperative Coastal Monitoring Program (CCMP) is available from the links below: Beach Umbrella


 

 

Please email questions or comments regarding any information on this web site to njbeaches@dep.state.nj.us or call Virginia Loftin at 609-984-5599.
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