NJ’s Newest Association is Green - New Jersey Green Association (NJGA)

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Green2Gether - NJ's Newest Association is Green - New Jersey Green Association (NJGA)DENVILLE, N.J., September 14, 2009 - The New Jersey Green Association (NJGA) has only just begun, but already promises to change the face of the state of New Jersey. Boasting to “make the Garden State live up to its name,” NJGA is dedicated to the preservation and maintenance of New Jersey’s environment.

The members of this organization all have a common thread; an eco-friendly approach, whether they are business, academic, or state government based.
With all of the need for environmental changes, the NJGA may have come at the perfect time.

“The environment is a top priority,” says New Jersey Green Association President, Allan Fliss. “There is a strong need for not only people, but businesses to come together and try and treat this planet better. This is our home, and I believe we can treat that home better.”

The groups joining the Association are coming from a wide variety of disciplines and trades, creating a very unique and capable atmosphere wherein a difference can be made. Members of this organization include manufacturers, distributors, service organizations and non-profit organizations, with more prospective members in the process of joining. The New Jersey Green Association looks to help New Jersey tackle a plethora of environmental obstacles, and time will tell if they can truly make New Jersey the Garden State.

The New Jersey Green Association is a non-profit organization committed to the improvement and longevity of the environment within the state of New Jersey. The Association is comprised of senior representatives from environmentally friendly industries, academic institutions and state government organizations, dedicated to the preservation and maintenance of our environment. The New Jersey Green Association aspires to make the Garden State live up to its name. For more information about the New Jersey Green Association, visit our website.


One Response to “NJ’s Newest Association is Green - New Jersey Green Association (NJGA)”

  1. Morristown residents and businesses have signed onto this
    drive to become greener. Hopefully, the entire county and state will follow suit. Recycling in Madison is fine
    except, one must take those products to a recycling center. There should be pick-up service at least one or
    two times per month.

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