Association of Environmental Authorities
AEA is a trade association of publicly owned government agencies and private-sector businesses that provide or support clean water and solid waste utility service in New Jersey. The mission of AEA is to provide information, education and advocacy that help member organizations provide professional, efficient and cost-effective service to their ratepayers and to help the public understand and appreciate the work of its members.
Op-Ed: Who’s Profiting from Repairs to Aging water and Sewer Systems?
˘It may not always be apparent, but shareholder primacy seems to have guided many of the activities of investor-owned utilities in New Jersey and around the country”
Registrations Now Open for the
2019 AEA Annual Conference
November 19 – 20, Bally’s Atlantic City
The theme of the conference is “The Next Decade.” Speakers already confirmed include The Honorable Vin Gopal, Senator-District 11, Melanie Walter, Director of the Department of Community Affairs Division of Local Government Services and Dan Kennedy, Director, Environmental & Utility Operations for the Utility & Transportation Contractors Association and former assistant commissioner at the NJ Department of Environmental Protection.
The Value of AEA in Every Type of Membership
AEA has three classes of members: Regular or authority members, municipal members, and associate members. Any organization that does business within the publically owned water, wastewater, solid waste and recycling agency sector has a place at the AEA table. Our unique focus is the management, administrative and policy development aspects of public utility service.
Environmental Professional Development Academy
Track 4 – Human Resources
Capstone, October 30, 2019
Track 4 human resources will conclude Wednesday October 30, 2019 at the East Windsor MUA located at 7 Wiltshire Drive, East Windsor, NJ 08520. If you have questions, please call Karen or Peggy at 609-584-1877.
Congratulations to the 2018 EPDA Cohort. Seated l to r: Jennifer Rivera, Pemberton Township MUA, Yolanda Cox, Plainfield MUA, Natalie Chesko, South Monmouth RSA. Standing l to r: Brian Valentino, Western Monmouth UA and academy director, Paul Dobson, Stony Brook RSA, Hossein “Mack” Rahimi, Stony Brook RSA, Janette Kessler, Atlantic County UA, Javier “Pete” Irizarry, Stony Brook RSA, Frank Rockwell, South Monmouth RSA, Don Hilty, Stony Brook RSA, Michael Mullen, Evesham MUA, Tom Bongiovanni, Two Bridges SA, James Higgins, Evesham. Not pictured: Patricia Lopes, Passaic Valley SC and Larry Chambers, Plainfield MUA.