The NJ chapter of SWANA is a non-profit educational organization whose mission is to advance the practice of environmentally and economically sound municipal solid waste management in North America.
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The New Jersey Chapter of SWANA is made up of over 150 of the most diverse solid waste professionals in the nation from New Jersey. We host technical conferences every year, attracting speakers from across the country to discuss timely and upcoming issues. Our organization is made up of solid waste managers, regulators, engineers, consultants, operators, private haulers, and recyclers. Operations in our states include management of solid, hazardous, universal, and infectious waste; incinerators, landfills, transfer stations and recycling facilities. Current issues in the New Jersey Chapter include bioreactor landfills, international hauling, landfill gas management, maximizing disposal space, post-closure use, and gas to energy projects.
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