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Posted on: December 2, 2021

Millburn Achieves Sustainable Jersey Silver Certification for 2021

Township of Millburn sign outside of Town Hall building

Sustainable Jersey representatives announced that Millburn has met the rigorous requirements to achieve Sustainable Jersey certification.  Millburn is one of 52 municipalities that have attained certification in 2021 and was honored at the Sustainable Jersey Annual Luncheon on November 16, 2021 in Atlantic City at the New Jersey State League of Municipalities Conference. Sustainable Jersey's participating communities represent over 81 percent of the state's municipalities.  

To become Sustainable Jersey certified at the silver-level, Millburn submitted documentation to show it had completed a balance of the required sustainability actions, meeting a minimum of 350 action points.  In addition to reaching 350 points, each community had to create a green team and select at least three out of thirteen priority action options. Millburn did three of the thirteen priority actions by completing the Fleet Inventory, Natural Resource Inventory, Prescription Drug Safety and Disposal actions.

“The certified towns exemplify the commitment we need to accelerate the transition to a sustainable world. As New Jersey faces issues such as the climate crisis, a growing equity divide and environmental pollution, it is essential that we support municipalities as they do the hard work to meet these challenges at the local level,” said Randall Solomon, executive director of Sustainable Jersey. “These communities are helping New Jersey build back better after the COVID-19 pandemic and it is our honor to work with them as we strive for a better tomorrow!” Certified towns excelled in areas such as improving energy efficiency, health and wellness, reducing waste, sustaining local economies, protecting natural resources and advancing the arts.

About Sustainable Jersey

Sustainable Jersey provides tools, training and financial incentives to support communities as they pursue sustainability programs. As New Jersey faces issues such as the climate crisis, a growing equity divide and environmental pollution, municipalities want to be a part of the solution to these challenges. Sustainable Jersey participants (municipalities and schools) have successfully implemented and documented over 20,826 sustainability actions. Sustainable Jersey has provided over $6.7 million in grants to municipalities, school districts and schools for community-based projects that create healthy and sustainable communities in New Jersey.  Sustainable Jersey is administered by The Sustainability Institute at The College of New Jersey.

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