By Alyssa Wilds, Senior Manager of Corporate Relations at Covanta Camden is always at the forefront of my mind and in my heart. Why wouldn’t it be? I am Camden! I was born, raised, and educated in the city. And as a professional I have dedicated my life to ensuring the betterment of my people ...
Covanta Camden partnered with the New Jersey Audubon Society to create a pollinator garden in an abandoned lot on Filmore Street. The lot, a former dumping ground, was cleaned up by Covanta Camden facility workers and maintained by Covanta for over a year while local Camden residents worked ...
Covanta Camden celebrated Juneteenth at a festival held at Wiggins Park. The facility hosted a table filled with fun gear and snacks for everyone who stopped by. More than 100 people visited the table seeking information about our facilities and met Facility Manager Todd Frace. Environmental ...
The Camden’s Strong City Clean-up campaign kicked off into high gear, where Mayor Vic Carstarphen took a moment to honor all those who served in the U.S. Navy. Past and present Navy veterans were the central focus of the event held at Alberta Woods Park. Covanta Camden came out to support this ...
A collaborated effort with CityTeam Chester and employees of Covanta Delaware Valley, Covanta Plymouth, Covanta Camden and Covanta Morristown helped package Easter meals for over 400 local Chester, PA families.
The Camden City School District posted a special thanks video to Covanta Camden on Facebook. The post thanked Covanta for providing families with gift cards for the holidays, and for the continued partnership and dedication to the students of Camden.
Covanta Camden recently welcomed community giants Katrina McCombs, State Superintendent of Camden City School District; Charae Perry, Senior Manager of Community Engagement; Moneke Ragsdale, President-Elect NAACP Camden City Chapter; and Vida Neil, Community Activist for a facility tour. Facility ...
This past holiday season, Covanta Camden employees purchased gifts for the children and families of the Waterfront South community of Camden. Local organization, The Heart of Camden was able to identify where donations were needed most in the City of Camden.
Covanta Camden employees volunteered to help at a food and supply distribution at the H.B. Wilson Family School in Camden. Residents in need received turkeys for Thanksgiving, as well as frozen chicken, diapers and paper towels.
On Thanksgiving Eve, Covanta Camden assisted the Camden Harvest Feast with feeding over 200 families for the holiday. Each participant received a reusable bag full of fresh vegetables, a box of herbs and a turkey. The recipients were extremely grateful for the food donations, and the employees of ...
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