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No Discharge Zone Map - Navesink River, NJ
The Navesink River no Discharge Zone, located in central New Jersey, is part of the Hudson-Raritan Bay Estuary and drains approximately 95 square miles of urban/suburban residential development and agricultural lands. The Navesink River runs easterly from Red Bank, New Jersey and then joins the Shrewsbury River and empties into Sandy Hook Bay. The tidal waters of the Navesink River extend from the Shrewsbury River, near Sea Bright, upstream to the Swimming River Reservoir dam. The Navesink River has been identified as a waterbody of national significance and is part of the New York-New Jersey Harbor Estuary Program. The proposed No Discharge Area (NDA) would include all tidal waters of the Navesink River which extend from the Shrewsbury River, near Sea Bright, upstream to the Swimming River Reservoir dam. The eastern boundary of the NDA is a line from Lat./Long. 73 deg.58'45'', 40 deg.22'40'' to Lat./Long. 73 deg.58'58'', 40 deg.23'04''. The western boundary of the NDA is at Lat./Long. 74 deg.06'48'', 40 deg.19'12''.
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