Woodbridge Mayor and EPEC Polymers Host a Ribbon-Cutting for the Raritan River Public Access Trail designed by Great Ecology

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On October 28th EPEC Polymers, Woodbridge Mayor John McCormac and Great Ecology will cut the ribbon to the public access trail at EPEC’s 180-acre “brownfield-to-greenfield” redevelopment in Woodbridge, New Jersey.  The event celebrates the inauguration of the first phase of what will be over two miles of trails, environmental educational signage and scenic outlooks to the Raritan River. The event is a milestone in the long-term cooperation between EPEC’s “Neighbor to Have” program, the Woodbridge Township and State and Federal environmental agencies, whose aim is to provide open space and waterfront access to the residents of New Jersey.