|HARMFUL ALGAL BLOOMS (HABs) INFORMATION:
Blue-green algae blooms (Cyanobacteria), which can be harmful to people and pets, has been confirmed in the following water:
Amico Island Pond, Delaran, Burlington Co.
Branch Brook Park Lake, Newark, Essex Co.
Budd Lake, Mt. Olive, Morris Co.
Deal Lake, Deal, Monmouth Co.
Dramasei Park Lake, Gloucester Twp., Camden Co.
Elmer Lake, Salem Co.
Greenwood Lake, West Milford, Passaic Co.
Lake Hopatcong, Morris/Sussex Co.
Lake Musconetcong, Morris/Sussex Co.
Memorial Lake, Woodstown, Salem Co.
Papaianni Lake, Edison, Middlesex Co.
Pemberton Lake, Pemberton Twp., Burlington Co.
Rogerene Lake, Mt. Arlington, Morris Co.
Rosedale Lake, Rosedale, Mercer Co.
Stacy Pond, Trenton, Mercer Co.
Sunset Lake, Asbury Park, Monmouth Co.
Sylvan Lake, Burlington Twp., Burlington Co.
All contact with the water should be avoided and fish caught should not be consumed from affected waterbodies.
For a listing of affected waters visit the CyanoHABs Events page.
For information on HABs and to report suspected blooms visit the Bureau of Freshwater & Biological Monitoring website.
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