At Haftek Concrete Washout Systems, we believe that being a
truly green firm dedicated to sustainability and making the world a
better place starts in our backyard. That's why we actively support a variety
of New Jersey based environmental organizations. These organization have many events and initiatives over this summer that you can participate and contribute. We encourage you to check them out!
Riverkeeper provide representation for the natural living resources of the
Hackensack River. This representation is manifested in Hackensack Riverkeeper’s
environmental advocacy, education and conservation programs. The focus of
Hackensack Riverkeeper, Inc. is to protect and defend the environmental quality
of the eco-system of the estuary, river and watershed and the quality of life
for the people and other creatures that inhabit the Hackensack River watershed.
U.S. Green Building Council
New Jersey (USGBC NJ) is at the forefront of changing the way
buildings in our state are designed, built and operated. Our goal is to be a
leader in promoting the benefits of more sustainable homes, offices, schools,
hospitals, theaters, retail spaces and more. ”Green” building makes communities
more environmentally responsible and better places to live, learn and work.
Jersey Water Works is a collaborative effort 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.
Highlands Coalition represent a diverse network of organizations - small
and large, local, regional, statewide and national - and individuals with the
common goal to protect, enhance and restore the New Jersey Highlands and to
preserve the quality and quantity of drinking water both for the 850,000 people
in the Highlands as well as the more than 4.6 million people in Northern and
Central New Jersey who depend on Highlands water.
New Jersey Future is a nonprofit, nonpartisan
organization that brings together concerned citizens and leaders to promote
responsible land-use policies. The organization employs original research,
analysis and advocacy to build coalitions and drive land-use policies that help
revitalize cities and towns, protect natural lands and farms, provide more
transportation choices beyond cars, expand access to safe and affordable
neighborhoods and fuel a prosperous economy. More recently, New Jersey Future
has expanded its work to include local engagement and implementation, most
notably in Sandy-affected communities.
is a collaboration working to bring together community organizations,
community members, educators, researchers, developers and property owners
to incorporate green infrastructure to generate multiple benefits
derived from stormwater management techniques. Our primary
goal is the establishment of green infrastructure to improve
water quality and reduced combined sewer overflows (CSOs), using
stormwater management, urban design, and education.
The Associated Construction
Contractors of New Jersey (ACCNJ) is the recognized building, heavy,
highway and utility chapter in New Jersey of the Associated General Contractors
of America (AGC), the oldest and largest construction association in the
nation. ACCNJ members are responsible for billions of dollars in public and
private construction projects annually and employee tens of thousands of
skilled craftworkers statewide. The contractors and construction managers that
comprise ACCNJ are committed to quality, integrity, skill and responsibility in
all aspects of the construction process.