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  1. Hackensack Meadowlands NJ Transit Cleanup

    created by Harpua216, January 30, 2009

    The Meadowlands are known for being the site of large landfills and decades of environmental abuse. The Meadowlands stretch mainly along the terminus of the Hackensack and Passaic Rivers as they flow into Newark Bay; tributaries of the Hackensack include Berry’s Creek and Overpeck Creek. The Meadowlands consist of roughly 8,400 acres (34 km²) of open, undeveloped space in addition to the vast developed areas that previously were part of the natural wetlands. Attempts to clean & restore this area have failed. This is where fresh water meets salt water and is an extremely vital part of our ecosystem. If travelling on NJ Transits' rail system, you will notice an overwhelming amount of garbage, rail ties, electrical wires, electrical spools, tires, thousands of plastic water bottles used by NJ Transits employees, abandoned and probably condemned pump & electrical houses, raw sewage, and no barriers or filtration systems for all of the excess runoff from the many freight carriers that dot the rim of the wetland area. The amount of waste produced by NJ Transit and the few Junkyards that abut the wetlands is amazingly abundant and without any governance. Who’s job is it to police this area? The EPA?, NJ Transit, NJ Transit (PA) Police? Local governments? Federal governments? You? Me? Attempts to clean & restore this area have failed. This is where fresh water meets salt water and is an extremely vital part of our ecosystem. IF travelling on NJ Transits' rail system, you will notice an exorabanent amount of garbage, rail ties, electrical wires, electrical spools, tires, thousands of plastic water bottles used by NJ Transits employees, abandoned and probably condemned pump & electrical houses, raw sewage, and no barriers or filtration systems for all of the excess runoff from the many frieght carriers that dot the rim of the wetland area. The amount of waste produced by NJ Transit and the few Junkyards that abutt the wetlands is amazingly abundant and without any governance. Whos job is it to police this area? The EPA? NJ Tranist Police? Local governments? Federal governments? (more pictures once the ice/snow melts)

  2. Hamilton TimeBank

    created by RuthSeabright, August 11, 2013

    Hamilton TimeBank member documents

  3. Handy-person Jobs

    created by kevinmoran, October 18

  4. Harasjotinha

    created by soniamendes, September 29, 2011

    site do Haras Jotinha

  5. Healthy Hound Playground

    created by finestdogboarding, October 6

    Healthy Hound Playground

  6. Heating Contractors

    created by brianbaker, October 14

  7. Height Adjustable Desks

    created by topazfurniture, September 25

    Stay Healthy and Fit during your working hours in Office by using the electric height adjustable desks.

  8. Helen

    created by Little_Cake22, July 9, 2010

    Hi

  9. Help the Help

    created by Jacqueline, June 14, 2010

    I'm going to be revising the help sections of this site, and want a place to post draft content for 'beta-ing' by other users and collaborative document editing.

  10. HelpingHands

    created by FrentzsHelpingHands, April 1, 2010

    Frentz's HELPING HANDS Network raises money for charity, writes books about our efforts, films our projects for documentaries and travels where needed to help those in need! The CoActivate Site is great and has all these great tools in once location but we have not reached very many people here so please join our facebook page to make the biggest impact possible. https://www.facebook.com/HelpingHandsNetwork Our projects need people to find donated items and more people to list them for sale. Most people who want to help give HH a % of the sale value of items we sell for them. Other people like to provide moral support online or via text while others organize activities for people in need to gather at. Your social activism is to do any or all of the above by contacting us via Facebook search Tim Frentz or contribute funds to PayPal ID tfrentz@hotmail.

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