Harrison Township Environmental Commission
The Harrison Township Environmental Commission (HTEC) was created to pursue a mission of fostering environmental awareness, understanding and appreciation in order to protect and sustain our municipality’s abundant natural resources, which enhance quality of life for our residents. Our goals are to advocate for the long-term protection of Harrison Township’s natural resources, to promote public interest in environmental issues, and to be an environmental educational resource for all citizens.
- Anita Tanzola, Interim Chair
- OPEN, Vice Chair
- Sara Baron, Member
- Rich Dubeau, Member
- Matthew Warner, Member
- Sam Zappala, Member
- OPEN, Member
- OPEN, Member
- Kathy Schools, Secretary
- Vacant Alternate #1
- Vacant Alternate #2
- Jeff Jacques, Township Committee Liaison Member
- OPEN, JLUB Liaison Member
- Mia Lupo, CVHS Liaison
- Kris Zymanski, Rowan Liaison Member
Meetings are held the first Wednesday of each month
at 7:00 pm in the Municipal Building Courtroom.
For more information, please email email@example.com
Thinking of joining our team?
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Municipal Clerk’s Office
114 Bridgeton Pike
Mullica Hill, NJ 08062
News You Can Use!
- Ticks are on the loose in 2017!
- Tree Planting
- Recycling Electronic Devices
- Pesticides and Your Home
- Mold and Your Home
- Pest Control
- How do the new fertilizers regulations affect me?
- Recycling by the Numbers
- Disposal of Unused Medicines
- Catching the Raindrops
- To Bee or Not To Bee
- Silent Spring
- Stags Leap Landfill Revitalization Project
- Rt. 322 Raccoon Creek Bridge/Mullica Hill Pond Dam
Click below for up to date information on the solar array at the Harrison Township Wastewater Facility
Information on Well Water Testing
Certification of Non-Public Water Supply, and Sample Requirements
Public Non-Community water sample, and Testing requirements
Click here for more information from the Gloucester County Department of Environmental Health
Click here for more information from the NJ State Department of Health
State, County, and Local helpful websites
The CDC now has apps you can download for information on Ticks, Flu, Food, Health and much more! Click here to be directed to the CDC webpage. Apps are available for iPhone and Android.
NJ Department of Environmental Protection
NJ Department of Forestry
Nation Pest Management Association
Rutgers Cooperative Extension of Gloucester County
Division of Land Use Regulation
NJ Fish and Wildlife
United States Geological Survey
Recent changes to the Landfill Closure approvals
August 7, 2014
August 12, 2014