Association of Environmental Authorities honors county MUA

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John Baron, left, and Charles Norkis, rear, accept a 2014 energy savers award on behalf of Cape May County MUA. Also shown are Jerry Cevetello, AEA president, and Peggy Gallos, AEA executive director.
John Baron, left, and Charles Norkis, rear, accept a 2014 energy savers award on behalf of Cape May County MUA. Also shown are Jerry Cevetello, AEA president, and Peggy Gallos, AEA executive director. The Cape May County Municipal Utilities Authority was one of 15 organizations recognized by the state Association of Environmental Authorities at its annual spring awards luncheon for the MUA’s ingenuity, management skill and dedication.

“These award recipients exemplify excellence,” said Jerry Cevetello, its annual spring awards luncheon president.

The AEA is a trade association of publicly owned government agencies and private-sector businesses that provide or support clean water and solid waste utility service in New Jersey.

The Wave Awards are presented annually and recognize the work of member organizations in the categories of energy, management, innovation, and public education.

The MUA earned the energy savers award for using existing supplies of landfill gas and adopting more efficient fueling practices.


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