The BagIt Monster encourages an Egg Harbor City family to avoid using single-use plastic bags.
SustainableEHC is committed to protecting and preserving the significant natural resources of the city by fostering community involvement in projects that promote energy efficiency, conservation, environmental education and the implementation of sustainable practices in government, business and in the home.
SustainableEHC meetings are held at 6 p.m. on the fourth Tuesday of the month.
Meetings are held in the meeting room at Egg Harbor City Hall, 500 London Avenue and often on Zoom. Email info@sustainableEHC.org to receive login information.
Feel free to attend any of our meetings to learn more about the green team and how you can promote a sustainable future for all of Egg Harbor City’s residents.
For more information, call us at 609-965-4683 or email SustainableEHC@eggharborcity.org
Richard Colby, Stockton University
Ammie Cramer, resident
Rick Dovey, President ACUA
Nanette LoBiondo Galloway, Egg Harbor City Council
Steve Grabel, resident
Lisa Jiampetti, Mayor City of Egg Harbor
Jodi Kahn, CFO
Mike Manning, Cedar Creek High School
Tracey Mulherin, resident
Hazel Mueller, Hispanic Alliance
Erin Sharpe, Cedar Creek High School
Michael Sheridan, resident
Anne Tinsley, resident
Jeanne Mohr Williams, resident
Scott Senn, business owner
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