Eustace Introduces Legislation to Help State Facilities Go Green

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Measure Would Oversee the Transition to Environmentally Sustainable, Energy Efficient Practices at all State Offices

Assemblyman Tim Eustace has introduced legislation to help the State of New Jersey “go green” by maximizing the environmental sustainability of every state office facility.

Specifically, the bill (A-4047) would create an Office of Sustainability in the Department of the Treasury that would be responsible for developing and implementing environmental sustainability measures in all state buildings and coordinating with the owners of property in which state agencies are located in an effort to implement environmental sustainability practices in those buildings.

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