Jersey Water Works is 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.
Following our Steering Committee’s strategic planning process which culminated with the release of Our Water Transformed: An Action Agenda for New Jersey’s Water Infrastructure — the collaborative is excited to introduce four restructured committees as part of our second phase of work to transform and upgrade
the state’s inadequate water infrastructure.
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In this post, guest Michael Darcy, executive director of the New Jersey State League of Municipalities explains why the League is pleased to feature several articles on water infrastructure solutions in the February issue of NJ Municipalities.More
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The report offers, among other things, an in-depth understanding of the state’s water infrastructure and outlines a consensus-based “action agenda” with three practical solutions: robust asset management, educated stakeholders, and innovative government funding initiatives.More
This policy paper commissioned by the Green Infrastructure committee issues state-level policy recommendations to make green streets a mainstream practice in New Jersey based on research and discussion with key stakeholders including state agencies.More