A state-of-the-art landfill, recycling center, composting facility and collection fleet are located at the ACUA Environmental Park in Egg Harbor Township.
ACUA operates a 40 million gallon-per-day wastewater facility in Atlantic City, NJ, which is powered by renewable energy.
We are committed to seeking out the most sustainable and effective technologies to power our facilities and operations.
By Sara Verrillo
Although recycling has been the law in New Jersey for years, many schools still struggle to properly collect recyclables in lunchrooms, classrooms, athletic fields and other school properties.
We understand the problems administrators, faculty, janitorial staff and students run into when it comes to recycling, and we’re here to help.
We are encouraging all Atlantic County schools to sign up for the national Recycle-Bowl from Keep America Beautiful before the October 15 deadline. It is a great opportunity to kick-start a recycling program at your school through a fun and simple competition. The winners receive recognition and funds towards improving their recycling programs.
Registration is simple and setting up a program can be simple too with our help. If you’re not sure why it’s important for your school to recycle, here are a few reminders:
The following schools have already signed up for this year’s competition.
Register online at the Recycle-Bowl website and feel free to contact us for assistance. We hope to see your school’s name on the list!
Last year’s winners from the Atlantic County area:
ACUA Environmental Park6700 Delilah RoadEgg Harbor Township, NJ 08234
ACUA Wastewater Treatment Plant1801 Absecon Blvd.Atlantic City, NJ 08401
Mailing AddressP.O. Box 996Pleasantville, NJ 08232
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