Covanta Union celebrated Earth Day on Squire’s Island, where facility and corporate employees; Mayor Giacobbe; City Council Members David Brown and Joanna Miles; DPW Director Michael Smalling; Staff Sargent John; Rahway High School Junior ROTC; local business owners; and nearby residents cleaned ...
The Rahway Food For Friends (RFFF) were short on volunteers and needed assistance with their weekly soup kitchen. The RFFF called Covanta Union for help and employees showed up, ready to work. Covanta’s employees helped by keeping the kitchen clean and sorting recyclables.
Covanta Union sponsored an Easter dinner event for local Rahway seniors, where Covanta collaborated with Beginning World Changers by supplying food, drinks and dessert.
Rahway Community Action Organization and Covanta Union partnered to feed 100 local families, where Covanta employees joined a host of senior volunteers to package food in reusable bags.
The Covanta Union facility spread holiday cheer to local children through donations of gifts with the help of two local organizations. Employees delivered toys to Rahway Food for Friends and the Ebenezer AME Church for distribution to kids in need.
The Covanta Union Facility was invited to Rahway Community Action Organization’s Open House, where Covanta employees enjoyed breakfast and a surprise tour of “THANK YOU FOR ALL YOU DO!” The city and residents of Rahway thanked Covanta for its commitment and unwavering support, especially during the ...
Covanta Union sponsored the city of Rahway’s annual Kwanzaa celebration at the Recreation Center. The community came out in droves to enjoy the festivities, where vendors sold their goods as the DJ played joyous tunes. “BaBa Santa” gave out dolls of color to every school-aged child that was in ...
The Covanta Union facility was asked by the Rahway Community Action Organization to sponsor a Thanksgiving meal for local residents. Facility employees volunteered to package the meals in Covanta reusable bags. Because of this collaboration, 85 families were able to enjoy a healthy holiday feast.
Covanta Union employees participated in a cleanup effort at Capobianco Plaza, a housing development in Rahway, NJ. The cleanup crew cleared vegetation, raked leaves and cleared debris at the site. Covanta also sponsored the effort, which was led by Pastor Marti Robinson of Ebenezer A.M.E. Church.
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.
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