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ANJEC Conferences and Workshops

Septic System Management for Municipalities
Saturday, October 21, Harmony

New Governor's To-Do List: Protecting Your Water; discussion and beer tasting
Monday, October 30th, Belmar

Using Green Infrastrucure as a Stormwater Management Strategy
Wednesday, November 1, Roxbury

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Septic System Management for Municipalities


Saturday, October 21
9:30am - noon
Merrill Creek Reservoir, Visitors Center
34 Merrill Creek Road
Harmony


Municipal governments have an important role in ensuring that septic systems work effectively to help protect and maintain public resources such as ground and surface water. Safeguarding public health from contaminants and pathogens that can occur from failing septic systems is a responsibility of local government.
 
Ensuring properly functioning septic systems requires a structured commitment by the municipality and the participation of land-owners.  Obtaining the best results will require an understanding of NJDEP's Standards for Individual Subsurface Sewage Disposal Systems. 

Presentation includes actions and programs for municipalities.  Also learn about guidance for homeowners. 

Registration Details:
Participation fee: $10
If your municipal commission/committee
is an ANJEC member, there is no charge to attend. 

To register:  Email ANJEC or call 973-539-7547.
Click here for directions to Merrill Creek Facility


Funding for this program provided by
The William Penn Foundation

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New Governor's To-Do List: Protecting Your Water

Discussion and Beer Tasting

Monday, October 30
 6:00pm to 9:00pm 
BeachHaus Brewery
801 Main Street
Belmar  

The Association of NJ Environmental Commissions  invites you to join us for a discussion about NJ's draft Water Supply Plan and policy changes needed to ensure we have enough clean water to meet all NJ's needs.


Featuring:

  • Dr. Dan Van Abs, NJ Clean Water Council and  Rutgers University, School of Environmental and Biological Sciences
  • Jennifer M. Coffey,  Executive Director, Association of NJ Environmental Commissions

Beer tasting and light fare.

Registration fee: $10
If your commission is on the ANJEC Workshop Plan, there is no charge to attend.

To register, email ANJEC or call, 973-539-7547.

 


ANJEC is pleased to present educational programming & networking
to advance the Green in '17 efforts in coordination with
NJ League of Conservation Voters Education Fund.

 

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Complying with NJ Stormwater Regulations

Using Green Infrastrucure as a Stormwater Management Strategy

Wednesday, November 1
7pm-9pm
Roxbury Senior Center
72 Eyland Avenue
Succasunna 

 

As the 5th anniversary of Sandy nears, learn how to lessen the impacts of flooding through better stormwater management.

Join the professional staff from the Rutgers Cooperative Extension (RCE) Water Resources Program at this workshop hosted by ANJEC.

The program will highlight steps to guide you and your municipality to ensure that new development is in compliance with the New Jersey stormwater management regulations. There will be an opportunity to ask specific questions on new development plans in your municipality.

Decision makers across the state are encouraged
to participate in this workshop!

 

Registration: 
$15 registration fee
If your commission/committe is on the ANJEC Workshop Plan, there is no charge to attend.
To register: email ANJEC or call 973-539-7547

 

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