fourth annual JWW Conference will bring together more than 300 stakeholders to focus on innovative ways to upgrade the state's water infrastructure. Use #njwater18 on social media to spread the word and stay up to date.See the full list of speakers here. Sponsorship information here. Stay tuned for information regarding CPE credits.
Dr. Manuel P. Teodoro
Associate Professor, Texas A&M University
Catherine R. McCabe
Commissioner, New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection
Hon. Bob Smith
Chairman, New Jersey Senate Energy and Environment
Hon. Lester Taylor
Former Mayor, City of East Orange; Partner, Florio Perrucci Steinhardt & Cappelli LLC
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Peggy Gallos, executive director of the Association of Environmental Authorities and a member of the JWW Steering Committee, was a recent guest on the Water Values Podcast. Listen to her interview, during which, among other things, she provides a unique view on how water and sewer utilities find solutions to the challenges presented to them.
The NJ DEP recently presented, before the Clean Water Council, rule updates on the Safe Drinking Water Act and the Private Well Testing Act. Other recent presentations include one on stormwater utilities as a transformative approach to funding stormwater management. See the full list here.
Jersey Water Works is a collaborative effort working to transform New Jersey's inadequate water infrastructure through sustainable, cost-effective solutions that provide communities with clean water and waterways; healthier, safer neighborhoods; local jobs; flood and climate resilience; and economic growth.