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State of New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection is the source for NJ Drought information.
Association of Environmental Authorities (AEA) is a nonprofit association of publicly owned facilities providing environmental services to the people of the State of New Jersey. The mission of AEA is to assist its members – who treat wastewater, handle solid waste, and supply the public with clean water – to pursue their common goals of protecting and enhancing public health and the natural environment.
Pulblic Service Electric & Gas (PSE&G) is a regulated, publicly owned gas and electric utility company in the state of New Jersey.
Verizon is a global broadband and telecommunications company.
CenturyLink one of the leading providers of Internet, TV, and Voice.
NJ Water Environment Association is the source for NJ Water & Wastewater Operator training, and education.
New Jersey American Water is the largest water utility in U.S. State of New Jersey, serving around two and a half million people in 183 communities in 17 counties throughout the state, supplying high quality water and wastewater service.
The Somerset Raritan Valley Sewerage Authority, established in 1958, is a regional wastewater treatment plant located in Somerset County, New Jersey. A local governmental agency serving seven communities: Branchburg, Bridgewater, Hillsborough, Manville, Raritan, Somerville and Warren.
US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Promotes Water Efficiency in the Home Learn what you can do to reduce water use and promote the efficient use of water in your home.
The Water Environment Federation is a not-for-profit association that provides technical education and training for thousands of water quality professionals who clean water and return it safely to the environment.
The Division of Local Government Services serves as an advocate for local government interests. We provide technical, and financial assistance in budgeting, financial reporting, joint services, purchasing and management issues. Most importantly, however, we are responsible for the financial integrity of all local governmental units.