News Archive


5/15/2024: CCMUA Newton Lake Dredging (NJ Infrastructure Bank)

4/29/2024: Anaerobic Digestion, Food Waste, and Carbon Footprint (presentation to NJ Clean Air Council)

4/13/2024: Household Hazardous Waste Collection Event, Collingswood Public Works Complex, 713 N. Atlantic Ave., Collingswood, 8:30 am-3:00 pm

3/4/2024: Stormwater management after Newton Lake Dredging (Philadelphia Inquirer)


12/15/2023: Public Hearings on the NJPDES Draft Combined Sewer Overflow Permits – Camden County Municipal Utilities Authority, Gloucester City, and the City of Camden, 10 am-12 pm and 6 pm-8 pm remotely

12/7/2023: Emergency Meeting of CCMUA Board of Commissioners, 6:00 pm remotely via Zoom

11/11/2023: Arts in the Park Fest, sponsored by New Jersey Conservation Foundation at Gateway Park, 2798 Admiral Wilson Blvd., Pennsauken, 4:00-6:00 pm

11/4/2023: Shrub Planting sponsored by New Jersey Conservation Foundation at Gateway Park, 2798 Admiral Wilson Blvd., Pennsauken, 10:00-11:30 am

10/6/2023: Center for Environmental Transformation prepares Waterfront South community to advocate on environmental issues

8/10/2023: Water Resources Association of the Delaware River Basin announces CCMUA, Camden City, and Camden County as winners of the 2023 Water Resources Innovation and Collaboration Award–Government Agency

6/14/2023: State grants $1.2 million to CCMUA to implement green infrastructure stormwater management measures in Camden

5/30/2023: CCMUA partners with Mastery High School Internship Program

4/22/2023: Camden Earth Week Activities include Gateway Park tree planting and community art

3/20/2023: Yoga outdoors at Gateway Park (Camden) for Camden residents and police officers

1/18/2023: Grant to enhance Camden’s tree canopy for climate and community received by Trust for Public Land

1/13/2023: Dredging at Newton Creek ends after years of planning, work (Courier Post)

1/13/2023: After two years and $23M, Camden County’s most costly environmental project comes to a close (Philadelphia Inquirer)

1/5/2023: Historic Water Quality Project at Newton Lake Nears Completion


10/22/2022: Household Hazardous Waste Event to be held on Saturday, October 22–Lindenwold, Camden County Public Works Complex, 2311 Egg Harbor Road; 8:30 am-3 pm (rain or shine)

9/9/2022: 50th Anniversary of Clean Water Act and Highlight Water Investments Celebrated in South Jersey

9/9/2022: Call for volunteers for Cleanup at Gateway Park 9/24/2022

9/9/2022: EPA Highlights Successes in Camden, N.J. Communities in Celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the Clean Water Act

7/19/2022: Urban Waters: Discovering the Hidden Beauty of a Jersey River

6/28/2022: ‘Every time it rains’: Floods from climate change plague a Camden neighborhood

6/28/2022: Expedition on Cooper River Launches

6/1/2022: Camden Mastery School Gets ‘Green’ Playground



9/29/2021: NJ Tree Foundation tree planting at Gateway Park helps address flooding

9/24/2021: Updated CCMUA Wastewater Treatment Plant Upgrades

7/21/2021: New Technology Being Used to Reduce Unwanted Odors at Sewage Plant

7/20/2021: CCMUA platform to reduce odor nuisances, improve quality of life

7/2/2021: Public update meeting on Newton Creek water quality improvements project to be held on July 15 at 7:00 pm

7/2/2021: Dredging Resumes as Part of Newton Creek Improvements

5/19/2021: CCMUA Administration Building (1645 Ferry Ave., Camden) reopens to the public as restrictions due to COVID-19 pandemic are lifted

3/2/2021: Our Authority is scheduled to have an audit by DEKRA Certifications of the Environmental Management System on March 29th to March 31st, 2021. The purpose of the audit is to verify that Biosolids Management Practices in place . . (click for more)

2/19/2021: Newton Creek Project Public Meeting Scheduled for March 3

1/13/2021: Newton Creek Dredge Update: Progress and Process Entering 2021