Thank you for visiting the website for the PSE&G Harrison former Manufactured Gas Plant Site Remediation and Restoration Project, located in Harrison, NJ. The soil remediation and restoration work began in July 2020. Soil remediation was completed in December 2021 and restoration was completed in April 2022. Please review the information on this website. Your questions and comments are welcome.


On behalf of its contractors and employees, the PSE&G site remediation group would like to thank the Town of Harrison; the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey; PSE&G employees; the owners, property managers and residents of Vermella, Steel Works, Cobalt Lofts apartments; La Joia restaurant, and all our neighbors for their cooperation and patience throughout the remediation and restoration of the former MGP site.


Harrison Project 

  • The PSE&G Project Webinar held November 3, 2021 is available on the Community Outreach page.
  • Update April 14, 2022 - PSE&G Former Harrison MGP Site: Final Project Update – April 14, 2022 The PSE&G site remediation group has now completed restoration work related to the remediation of the Harrison former Manufactured Gas Plant (MGP) site. The remediation project began in July 2020 and soil remediation was successfully completed in December 2021.  This will be the …

Community Outreach

PSE&G is committed to open communications. Information about the project is being shared with Town of Harrison officials, the Hudson County Regional Health Commission, Site neighbors and PSE&G personnel. PSE&G held Community Information Webinars on December 3, 2020, December 8, 2020, April 29, 2021 and November 3, 2021. Harrison Project Webinar – November 3, 2021 …

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Below is a list of frequently asked questions about the environmental remediation of the former Harrison MGP site. FAQs are updated periodically based on questions received from the public, including questions posed during the December 2020, April 2021 and November 2021 webinars.  Updated March 23, 2022 What was a Manufactured Gas Plant (MGP)? Prior to the widespread availability …

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