NJWEA Committee Structure
Much of the work of the NJWEA is accomplished by the Association Standing and Special Committees. These committees serve to bring together in efficient work groups the industry leaders and volunteers who chair and serve and who provide the means by which the NJWEA fulfills its mission.
The organizational framework of the NJWEA and the evolving needs of our members have led to the formation of 32 committees. These generally fall into three groups, Educational, Technical and Management Committees, depending on the primary tasks assigned.
The NJWEA has a mission of preserving and protecting New Jersey’s water environment thru the education of our members and the public on water quality issues. This results in a membership and a mission as immensely diverse as the environment we serve. The Technical group of committees allows members with special expertise in a particular area of interest to join together to bring focus to the issues and to develop public education and training programs specific to the topic. Each Technical Committee works closely with the Educational Committees to develop and deliver high quality programs of interest.