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About the MCMUA
Established in 1958, the MCMUA has been serving Morris County, NJ for over half a century. Through the dedication of board members and employees, past and present, the MCMUA has been meeting the regional drinking water, solid waste and open space preservation needs for Morris County.
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Serving as Morris County's environmental resource by providing drinking water, solid waste management and open space preservation programs.
The MCMUA is a municipal utilities authority established by the Morris County Board of Commissioners to provide regional leadership and solutions for Morris County's drinking water, solid waste management and open space preservation needs. The MCMUA Water Division is a wholesale water utility supplying bulk drinking water to local distribution systems. The Solid Waste Division is designated by Morris County Board of Commissioners to implement the Morris County Solid Waste Management Plan including the planning, source reduction, recycling, disposal, household hazardous waste, vegetative waste, and litter prevention needs of Morris County. The MCMUA's role in Morris County's Open Space Preservation Grant Program is to enhance conservation of drinking water resources through open space preservation.
Our drinking water Mission is to provide clean potable water at a wholesale level. Our Solid Waste Mission is to establish solid waste programs enabling Morris County to manage its solid waste needs in an environmentally friendly and economically sound manner. The MCMUA's focus on sustainable programs helps protect the environment while preserving and providing precious water, solid waste and open space resources for generations to come.
Led by our dedicated MCMUA Board members, our well-trained and highly motivated employees continue to be a part of Morris County's first responders' team and care-takers for Morris County and its environment. To achieve its Mission, the MCMUA is committed to using cutting-edge technologies and practices while investing in skilled, knowledgeable employees to achieve desired results. Morris County's citizens deserve nothing less.
Pictured are 2018 MCMUA Board members: (top row, left to right) Frank Druetzler, Fletcher Platt, Laura Szwak, James Barry, Vincent Shindel,
(bottom row, left to right) Dr. Arthur Nusbaum, William Hudzik (Chairman), Chistopher Dour (Vice Chairman)
(missing) Dr. Dorothea Kominos
Pictured are MCMUA Board members; original, past and present, at the 50-year anniversary celebration of the founding of the MCMUA in 2008