The Mission of AEA

The mission of AEA is to deliver information, education and advocacy programs and services that help member organizations provide excellent service to ratepayers and that help the public understand and value the work of AEA members.

For Job Seekers

Looking for a utility job? Check out Career Center.

Toilets are not
Trash Cans!

Help maintain your community's sewer system and keep down the cost of running it.

Avoid flushing: 

Fats, oils and grease

(Freeze, then dispose of in trash)

Food waste

(Compost, if possible, or dispose of in trash)

Hair 

(Catch with drain filters)

Household hazardous materials

(Dispose of through community hazardous waste collection programs)

Unused or expired medications

(Dispose of through Project Medicine Drop)


Lead in Water:

 Read NJ Departmentof Environmental Protection FAQs


 Presentations Available 

March 2016 conference presentations are posted in Member Content section on Conference Follow-up page. 

 




 

 

 

 

 

SHBP & PERS Update- STATE HEALTH BENEFITS PROGRAM (SHBP) and SCHOOL EMPLOYEES' HEALTH BENEFITS PROGRAM (SEHBP) OPEN ENROLLMENT AND NEW PLAN DESIGNS FOR PLAN YEAR 2012 October 17 until November 11, 2011 http://www.state.nj.us/treasury/pensions/open-2011.shtml

 

Announcing

AEA Call for Abstracts

AEA is seeking abstracts for presentations for workshops, training courses, and conferences for the remainder of 2016 through March of 2017. Submissions on a wide variety of topics are sought from professionals who work within the water/wastewater/solid waste sector in NJ, whose work supports this sector, or who have information, analysis or other topics relevant to the work of this sector. Abstacts accepted now through Aug. 1. 

More Information and List of Preferred Topics

Abstract Submission Form -- Word Doc

Abstract Submission Form -- PDF

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AEA Pilot Training Program: Environmental Professional Development Academy

Finance Track Starts August 31

AEA in partnership with the Western Monmouth Utilities Authority announces its NEW Environmental Professional Development Academy, providing management training for staff of public environmental authorities and agencies. Successful completion of all 4 tracks -- administration, finance, HR and operations -- gives enrollees a foundation in agency leadership ad helps organizations address succession needs. Where applicable, CEUs will be available. 

 

    Annnouncement Flier with Schedule      ~     Register Here

 


Welcome New AEA Members:

 

Pennsauken SAPlumsted MUAVernon Township MUA and Borough of Buena MUA

 

Congratulations 
 
2016 AEA Wave Award Honorees!

Outstanding Commissioners

Marvin Embry, Atlantic County Utilities Authority

George Schoenrock, Secaucus MUA

Life Members

Rick Dovey, Atlantic County Utilities Authority

Rich Warren, Ocean County Utilities Authority

Best Management Practices

Evesham MUA

Energy Savers

Atlantic County UA

Forward Thinking

Brick Township MUA

Rockaway Valley Regional Sewerage Authority

Mutual Aid Achievement 

Ocean County UA and Toms River MUA

Public Education

Passaic Valley Sewerage Commission


 

AEA Videos 

We recently asked some members why they belong to AEA. 

To find out what they said, watch this video.

 


AEA 2016 Officers

 

President
Michael Ruppel,South Monmouth RSA
First Vice President
Dennis Palmer, Landis SA
Second Vice President
Dave Harpell,Jackson MUA
Treasurer
Justin Flancbaum, Lakewood Township MUA
Past President
Richard Dovey, Atlantic County UA
AEA elected the following member to its Board of Directors:
Richard Watson, Hamilton Township Department of Water Pollution Control

Thank you to outgoing board members Bruce Smith (Hackettstown MUA), Frank Lorito (Parsippany Troy Hills) and Charles Norkis (Cape May County MUA)

 


 

 

Water supply, sewerage, and solid-waste disposal...provide water for domestic and commercial uses, eliminate wastes, protect the public health and safety, and help control many forms of pollution. Frederick Law Olmstead, the builder of New York City's Central Park, is credited with calling trees "the lungs of the city." Sanitary services are the circulatory system of the city.

from   "The Sanitary City," by Martin V. Melosi  

President Michael Ruppel, South Monmouth RSA

1st Vice President

Dennis Palmer, Landis SA

 

2nd Vice President

Dave Harpell, Jackson MUA

 

Treasurer

Justin Flancbaum, Lakewood Township MUA

 

Past President

Richard Dovey, Atlantic County UA