The Authority Names Emma Nolan The County Recycling and Clean Communities Coordinator
The Authority is pleased to announce Emma Nolan as the new Recycling and Clean Communities Coordinator for the County of Cumberland.
Mrs. Nolan’s expertise as a Registered Environmental Health Specialist in Cumberland County, will provide a perfect foundation and enable her to expedite implementation as well as focus her efforts on working with municipal coordinators, and state-wide associations to ensure proper retrieval of recyclable materials, documentation, and recordkeeping of The Authority’s recycling initiatives and collection activities. She will also develop and implement recycling/diversion programs assisting in the promotion of the county’s recycling efforts. Her previous knowledge in New Jersey law, public-health, and illegal dumping as an inspector of solid waste and recycling facilities in Cumberland County puts her in a position to excel as she takes on her new role. Mrs. Nolan’s previous work and knowledge as a substitute teacher in Upper Deerfield Township schools will be beneficial in her community education and outreach.
“I am ecstatic to begin this brand new and exciting journey at The Authority. Gandhi once said, ‘Be the change you wish to see in the world.’ I am looking forward to being a member of The Authority’s team, making a change, and helping to improve yourtomorrow,” said Emma Nolan, County Recycling and Clean Communities Coordinator.
I am ecstatic to begin this brand new and exciting journey at The Authority. Gandhi once said, ‘Be the change you wish to see in the world.’ I am looking forward to being a member of The Authority’s team, making a change, and helping to improve your tomorrow.
After seeing the passion, culture, and quality behind The Authority’s Solid Waste Complex through previous inspections, Mrs. Nolan ultimately recognized that Recycling and Clean Communities was a career path she wanted to pursue. The Authority will provide Mrs. Nolan with a platform to learn, grow, and educate others. Her goals include obtaining Certified Recycling Professional (CRP), Certified Public Works Manager (CPWM), and Clean Communities Coordinator certifications, educating proper recycling procedures in Cumberland County and beyond, decreasing illegal dumping and increasing event participation, and making a difference in recycling and Clean Communities through education. Mrs. Nolan is excited for her future endeavors as she hosts Household Hazardous Waste and Document Shredding, the Annual Trash Hunt, Annual Waterways Cleanup, and new events.
“We have a lot going on here at The Authority. Emma will make a great team member,” added Anthony Riviera, Managing Director of The Authority’s Solid Waste Complex. “I am extremely excited to see the fresh look Emma will bring to these departments and new programs she will be implementing.”
Contact County Recycling and Clean Communities Coordinator Emma Nolan at [email protected] or at 856-825-3700×1270 with any recycling or Clean Communities questions. In addition to its environmental related initiatives, The Authority is responsible for the development, financing and project management of projects and programs most vital to sustaining the economic and environmental future of Cumberland County and the state of New Jersey. The Authority works in tandem with the Cumberland County Board of Chosen County Commissioners to foster greater economic growth, business development and quality of life for all Cumberland County residents.