Solid Waste Complex

For over 50 years the CCIA has been handling the county’s landfill needs with sound environmental practices and forward-thinking management.  Ongoing projects decreasing costs while improving and expanding long-term operations will result in cleaner air by reducing the use of fossil fuels and greenhouse emissions and adding energy sources.  Entering into shared services programs with local government entities assures positive outcomes and savings for Cumberland County.

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Economic Development

A top priority for the CCIA is to serve as a prime catalyst for economic development in Cumberland County.  Already acknowledged as a successful redevelopment entity, the CCIA showcases Cumberland County to potential businesses by creating synergy between education, training and employment opportunities.  Preserving historic and cultural resources paves the way for increased and enhanced tourism rounding out the CCIA’s dedication to the area.  
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Environment

The CCIA is tasked with administering the county’s Clean Communities Program, a task that the CCIA embraces and supports.  Litter hurts everyone whether you live here, do business here, play here, or are simply passing through on your way to the coast.  Annual cleanups of wooded public areas, parks and waterways throughout the county supplement the daily work done by staff and volunteers along the county’s 540 miles of roadway to keep Cumberland County clean and green.

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Recycling

In 1987 New Jersey became the first state in the country to require residential, commercial and institutional recycling.  Separating trash and recyclables at the source is everyone’s obligation – homeowners, renters, businesses, schools, institutions – everyone!  With single stream recycling collection Cumberland County has been the leader for recycling with a 66% recycling rate, the highest in the state.

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Redevelopment Initiatives

Nine capital infrastructure projects have been completed since 2013 for a total $109 million investment.  Over 1,075 short-term construction jobs and 131 long-term fulltime jobs were created.  Projects such as the Cumberland County Arts and Innovation Center, the East Point Light House Restoration and the Cumberland County Center for Workforce and Economic Development are testaments to the CCIA’s dedication and commitment to Cumberland County.

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Solid Waste Complex

For over 50 years the CCIA has been handling the county’s landfill needs with sound environmental practices and forward-thinking management.  Ongoing projects decreasing costs while improving and expanding long-term operations will result in cleaner air by reducing the use of fossil fuels and greenhouse emissions and adding energy sources.  Entering into shared services programs with local government entities assures positive outcomes and savings for Cumberland County.
Learn More

Economic Development

A top priority for the CCIA is to serve as a prime catalyst for economic development in Cumberland County.  Already acknowledged as a successful redevelopment entity, the CCIA showcases Cumberland County to potential businesses by creating synergy between education, training and employment opportunities.  Preserving historic and cultural resources paves the way for increased and enhanced tourism rounding out the CCIA’s dedication to the area.  
Learn More

Environment

The CCIA is tasked with administering the county’s Clean Communities Program, a task that the CCIA embraces and supports.  Litter hurts everyone whether you live here, do business here, play here, or are simply passing through on your way to the coast.  Annual cleanups of wooded public areas, parks and waterways throughout the county supplement the daily work done by staff and volunteers along the county’s 540 miles of roadway to keep Cumberland County clean and green.
Learn More

Recycling

In 1987 New Jersey became the first state in the country to require residential, commercial and institutional recycling.  Separating trash and recyclables at the source is everyone’s obligation – homeowners, renters, businesses, schools, institutions – everyone!  With single stream recycling collection Cumberland County has been the leader for recycling with a 66% recycling rate, the highest in the state.
Learn More

Redevelopment Initiatives

Nine capital infrastructure projects have been completed since 2013 for a total $109 million investment.  Over 1,075 short-term construction jobs and 131 long-term fulltime jobs were created.  Projects such as the Cumberland County Arts and Innovation Center, the East Point Light House Restoration and the Cumberland County Center for Workforce and Economic Development are testaments to the CCIA’s dedication and commitment to Cumberland County.

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