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Community Information Meeting to stop the Jaindl warehouse

Community Information Meeting (virtual)
Wednesday, July 27, 6:00pm- 7:30pm

YOUR help is needed to protect OUR drinking water,
OUR rural character and
OUR quality-of-life

Jaindl’s proposed 2.7 million sq. ft. warehouses and road widening will discharge 40,000 gallons of sewage a day into the ground in an area with a long history of sinkholes. Everyday, 1271 MORE tractor-trailers will clog Route 519 and this is a 24/7 operation. Add to that the 1000+ employee vehicles all spewing harmful pollutants into the air. Stormwater runoff from this massive industrial site threatens our groundwater and the water quality of the Delaware River and the Buckhorn Creek.

Jaindl is now looking trying to amend a NJ Water Quality Plan (WQMP) that was written to PROTECT OUR water quality and quantity. With your help, we can stop him!


July 27th (Weds) 6:00PM – 7:30PM – We have an opportunity to STOP JAINDL.

Attend this meeting to learn about the proposed changes and how you can help protect your drinking water and the rural character of Warren County.
Topic: Public Info Meeting - White 519 Commerce Center WQMP Amendment

Please click the link below to join the webinar:
Webinar ID: 828 0496 9482
Passcode: 812244
Or One tap mobile : +16468769923,,82804969482#,,,,*812244#
Or by phone:  646 876 9923

Did you know…

  • White Twp. does not want this! The Twp Committee voted to oppose the WQMP Amendment
  • 40,000 gallons/day of sewage will be generated on the site? All the sewage will be discharged into the ground and degrade groundwater quality
  • The massive sewage disposal field is located in an area with a long history of sinkholes formation. Farm equipment has fallen into some of those sinkholes
  • Sewage will drain into the groundwater and the underground aquifer, which feeds the Delaware River?
  • Contrary to DEP guidance, the project proposes to infiltrate stormwater runoff over the highly-erodible karst leading to more sinkholes and underground erosion
  • Increased potential for sinkholes that can undermine foundations of the proposed warehouses, area roads and the small, remaining farmland
  • Parking lot lighting will cause light pollution in White Township’s dark sky farmlands degrading your quality-of-life and impacting on migratory fish and bird species.
  • An existing vernal pond supporting frogs and salamanders will be obliterated
  • A land conservancy has attempted to purchase this land multiple times and has been denied by Janidl

The site plan above shows the two proposed warehouses at Rt 519 & Foul Rift Rd.
The insert at lower left shows where Foul Rift Rd will be relocated and widened, and new traffic light installed.


WHAT CAN YOU DO? Plenty and it can make a difference!

Share this flyer with your friends, neighbors and family. Post it on your Facebook Page and ask others to do the same. Print some copies and hand them out at the grocery store, sports event, camp. Everywhere!

Also mark your calendar for the NJDEP Public Hearing - August 5th (Friday, 10:00AM – 12:00Noon)

Speak up: There are two opportunities to speak up for your community and get your voice heard:

The first chance - the DEP hearing on Aug 5th. Attend and share your concerns how this project could impact your well, your drinking water, your air quality, the River and other water resources.

The second chance will be to write a comment and send it to DEP by Aug 20th. The address is on the CFSD Facebook and website.

Learn more: Attend the July 27th Community meeting: Sponsored by Citizens For Sustainable Development (CFSD), NJ Highlands Coalition and the Delaware Riverkeeper Network


Get Involved. Join the fight. Be there!

Wednesday, July 27, 2022 - 06:00 PM