Publicly owned clean water and solid waste utilities provide service to approximately 8 million New Jerseyans
South Monmouth Regional Sewerage Authority, an AEA member organization located on the coast, has adopted an innovative way to protect against recurring damage to their pumping stations by creating a mobile enclosure that can be removed from harm's way prior to a major storm. The U.S. EPA has posted a video about this approach, one of only two projects of this kind.
Check out this humorous but instructive video: The Poop Cycle: What Happens When You Flush
Local MUA Finds a Local Solution. When Lakewood Township MUA wanted to institute automatic meter reading, it ran into an unexpected problem -- the meters they wanted to use violated religious laws by which many of its customers live. "It's what we do here," says Justin. "One of the benefits of having a local utilities authority as your water and sewer provider is that we're local, we're here -we're proud that we're able to solve a problem for our customers."
Bergen County Utilities Authority Announces 2014 Tires/Electronics/Mobile Paper Shredding Collection Schedule. The Bergen County Utilities Authority (BCUA) will once again conduct Tire Recycling, Mobile Paper Shredding, and Electronics/Computer collections. Find out more.
The Passaic Valley Sewerage Commission Announces: A Brand-New Adventure with Messy Marvin And Pollution Prevention Penny! In a FREE two-part program, students will learn about the Passaic River, the wildlife around the river and what they can do to help keep our river clean. Find out more