The Maintenance Team at Covanta Union painted a refurbished grapple pink to show their respect and raise attention for the upcoming Breast Cancer Awareness month in October. The idea came to light when the employees wanted to honor a co-worker who passed away after a long battle to cancer.
The team at Covanta Hillsborough helped Hugo Schmidt Elementary School students get back to the classroom with some shiny new supplies by hosting a school supply drive. The drive was a success with one hundred pens, pencils notebooks and more collected for kids to use this year at the Brandon, FL ...
Covanta Niagara partnered with Monroe County in New York to decommission 1.19 tons of retired U.S. flags in accordance with the United States Flag Code, Title 4, Section 8k. These flags completed their service by being converted into a renewable energy source for the local community.
Covanta Niagara teamed up with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to help keep local waterways clear through the Fishing for Energy program. To date, the plant has converted about 450 pounds worth of derelict fishing gear into energy.
Covanta York was recognized recently for its three-year commitment to the York City Parks Conservancy project, “Transform Our Parks.” The funding provided by Covanta allowed the purchase of benches and trash receptacles along the Veterans Memorial Park walking trail.
Team members from Covanta Huntington volunteered at the Long Island Take Steps Road Rally in Melville, NY. More than 100 cars came out to participate in the fundraising event for the Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation, which raises money to seek a cure for Crohn’s Disease and ulcerative colitis and ...
Covanta York employees happily participated at National Night out in York City, where employees volunteered to fill meal bags. The facility personnel also handed out mini garbage cans and Covanta coloring books to the children and adults who attended. Community Progress Council sponsored the ...
Employees of Covanta Morristown happily volunteered to serve guests at a Free Farmers Market event. The charitable event was sponsored by nourish.NJ and a huge success by serving over 140 guests in a little over an hour.
Covanta Union was excited to teach local high school students from the Teen Works program about waste-to-energy and discuss career options in the STEM field. The students also took a grand tour of the facility to see the waste process in action.
Covanta Camden had the pleasure of hosting a tour for the Women in Natural Sciences (WINS) group. The students had an amazing time touring the facility and learning about the waste-to-energy process.