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Trenton NJ, On November 2nd, The Superior Court of New Jersey Appellate Division found the NJDEP violated the law when it comes to radon testing. The court found that the DEP improperly revised rules on radon testing and mitigation oversight. The DEP made regulatory changes by holding certified measurement businesses accountable for the work of affiliates. Because New Jersey outsourced testing to over 400 people, the amount of NJ certified businesses in radon testing dropped by 200.