Single Use Plastics

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    In January 2020, Camden County Board of Commissioners passed the single-use plastics ban resolution. Plastic is the most prevalent type of marine debris found in our oceans. By the year ... More

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    Coastal areas in New Jersey are susceptible to storm-related flooding. These storms pose a threat to human health by the spreading of toxins when floodwater encounters toxic materials stored in ... More

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    Click below for links of interest by topic.   Activism | Camden County Sustainability Organizations | Carbon Calculators/Carbon Offsets Climate Change and Global Warming | College/University | Employment Opportunities | ... More

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    Educational Coloring Book related to Air Quality Below is an Air Quality workbook that the DVRPC developed with a committee of environmental advocates and teachers.  The book is aligned with ... More

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    Connect the Lots Camden CONNECT THE LOTS is a community-driven initiative to activate Camden, New Jersey’s parks and underutilized spaces through the  implementation of artistic, cultural, and recreational projects and ... More

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    Do your part to make our oceans plastic-free! Practice these simple steps: Switch to a reusable mug Skip the plastic straws & disposable utensils Say no to plastic bottles; carry ... More

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    For 2015, Camden County Community Greenhouses will be growing predominately annuals for the Camden County Parks System.  We are focusing on three main annuals Petunias, Verbena, & Lantana.  They were ... More

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    Introduction to the SolSmart Program Solar energy is a carbon-free electricity source that is an essential part of any strategy to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Many communities are using it ... More

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    In 2013, Camden County received a grant from the U.S. Department of Energy to install 11 electric vehicle charging stations in parking lots at various County facilities, including the Camden ... More

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    The Lakeland Ecocomplex has launched a Tool Library, modeling the one currently in Philadelphia. Members of the Tool Library will be able to rent a tool for a period of ... More