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Codigestion at Water Resource Recovery Facilities

03/20/2018

In California, WRRFs have capacity to help provide food waste recycling infrastructure. Elsewhere in U.S, facilties are ramping up to codigest these high strength feedstocks.

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Rahway Valley Sewerage Authority Resolves Litigation and Arbitration on Co-Generation

01/24/2017

After seven years, the Rahway Valley Sewerage Authority (RVSA) has reached resolution in the litigation and arbitration initiated in 2010 against several contractors, engineering firms and other related companies relative to the RVSA’s co-generation and sludge drying facility originally proposed in 2002 and which only recently went into limited operation. The RVSA has recovered more than $7 million.

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The Rahway Valley Sewerage Authority Can't Be Stopped

12/2013

New Jersey's Rahway Valley team looks to be the best, whether treating daily flows efficiently or fending off the fury of Hurricaine Sandy.

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The Rahway Valley Sewerage Authority Launches an Operator Enhancement Program

08/2013

Jim Meehan's reasoning is simple: Operators who are better schooled and have higher-level licenses help a treatment plant perform more efficiently.

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EMEX Case Study: The Rahway Valley Sewerage Authority

08/2013

The Rahway Valley Sewerage Authority (RVSA) is an autonomous agency that owns and operates a trunk sewer system and a wastewater treatment facility in Rahway, New Jersey. The RVSA currently serves more than 250,000 residents and 3,500 industrial and commercial customers in 14 communities in central New Jersey. The RVSA is governed by a Board of Commissioners, which includes one representative from each member municipality. The day-today operations of the RVSA are handled by a full-time Executive Director, along with a staff of approximately 50 employees. The RVSA currently serves Member Municipalities of Clark, Cranford, Garwood, Kenilworth, Mountainside, Rahway, Roselle Park, Scotch Plains, Springfield, Westfield, and Woodbridge and User Municipalities of Winfield Park, portions of Fanwood and Linden.

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The Rahway Valley Sewerage Authority Launches Educational Student Tour Initiative

08/2013

The Rahway Valley Sewerage Authority (RVSA) will host local school group tours of their facility to build awareness on wastewater treatment and the importance of water conservation.

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The Rahway Valley Sewerage Authority Honored by The AEA-NJ for Super Storm Sandy Accomplishments

04/03/2013

The Rahway Valley Sewerage Authority (RVSA) has been recognized by the Association of Environmental Authorities of New Jersey (AEA) and awarded for their outstanding efforts and accomplishments during Super Storm Sandy. The RVSA was presented with awards for Mutual Aid and Individual Achievements at the Annual Wave Awards Luncheon held on March 13th during the AEA’s spring conference at the Golden Nugget in Atlantic City.

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