"Water conservation and sustainability are two key continuing environmental issues. We continue to see new and established, grassroots and community organizations such as NJ Waterworks, Hackensack Riverkeeper and the Association of New Jersey Environmental Commissions taking a lead in this area.”
Concrete Washout Systems worked alongside a New Jersey construction firm on a Jersey City condominium project where 3,000 yards of concrete washout from 300 mixer trucks was pumped out and recycled.Concrete Washout Systems was able to help the contractor reduce operation costs by eliminating the waste water and washout material from the jobsite and reducing the contractor exposure to very costly USEPA penalties and associated civil fines. The bonus to New Jersey citizens is a significant reduction of urban runoff pollution, very common on construction sites, that would otherwise go directly into the storm drain and have a direct impact on local waterways and habitat living in that environment.
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