Thanks to the efforts of Covanta Camden employees, Wholesome Riches and the mission team from Dayspring Baptist Church in Mobile, Alabama students at H.B Wilson School learned how to plant and tend to their new garden.
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.
Covanta Camden hosted students from the Camden Urban Trekkers program and gave them a tour so they could see firsthand how the facility turns trash into energy that is then fed back into homes and businesses. After the tour, the students enjoyed a BBQ with members of the facility.
Covanta Camden celebrated Pride Month this year by participating in the Camden County Police Department’s Pride Walk! The event was organized by the CCPD as a way of demonstrating the importance of inclusion and equality and support for the local LGBTQ+ community.
Covanta’s New Jersey facilities (Essex, Union, and Camden) were proudly represented this Juneteenth at the NAACP celebration in Rahway, NJ. Covanta Essex Chief Engineer, Luther Johnson, addressed his hometown crowd alongside Human Resources Manager Claudia Rodriguez. Check out the video below for ...
The first ever Green Star Outreach awards were recently handed out to deserving Covanta facilities and employees! The Green Star Awards recognize Covanta facilities and employees for exemplary efforts to educate and support our local communities and organizations. Covanta Camden was a recipient of ...
Employees at Covanta Camden stepped up and met the #Trashtag Challenge this past April! The Challenge was designed by Covanta’s Sustainability Employee Resource Group (ERG) to encourage individual facilities to hold cleanup events within their communities.
Covanta Camden partnered with Wholesome Riches, a local non-profit working to fight youth hunger, Camden City School District, as well as the Food Bank of South Jersey, to pass out food to the families of Camden. The facility in total donated 150 hot meals! Covanta employees served as volunteers, ...
This holiday season, Covanta Camden donated to the Cathedral Kitchen, the largest emergency food provider in Camden, which serves more than 100,000 meals a year in addition to providing job training and other essential services to Camden residents. The facility also purchased gift cards for Aldi ...
The team at Covanta Camden helped out the neighborhood by cleaning up a lot overrun with weeds and garbage. The communities that surround our Waste-to-Energy facilities are important to us because we live here too! Covanta participates in many cleanups all year round across North America.
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