Creation of bioswales and rain gardens throughout city of Camden Type and number of standardized 
approaches across regions and tools to support regional solutions   

Conducted studies of Newton Creek water quality problems and extended it to watershed management 
recommendations; Policy implementation is beginning; A similar process is beginning with the Cooper 
River Watershed Results of planning and projects between transportation and other public utilities for 
ratepayer savings Coordination of green infrastructure improvements in Von Neida Park section of 
Cramer Hill in Camden City with separation of storm/sanitary sewerage and road improvements Public 
education on importance of healthy watershed Distribution of “Wonders of Watersheds” insert 
(prepared by Center for Aquatic Sciences at Adventure Aquarium) with quarterly bill mailing to all 
Camden County sewer customers;  

CCI collaboratively produced Environmental Education Resource Guide for distribution to Camden City 
schools Engagement of regional environmental partner organizations with regional (including 
watershed-level) perspective Consultation relationships on various watershed-impacted projects with 
Delaware Riverkeeper Network, Cooper River Watershed Association, South Jersey Land and Water 
Trust, New Jersey Conservation Foundation, Trust for Public Land, and The Nature Conservancy 
Wastewater services integrated with urban Development projects are coordinated with CCMUA as 
planning wastewater and wetlands requirements are satisfied;  
CCMUA participated in development of EPA’s CREAT tool for climate impact resiliency assessment 
(featured in EPA YouTube video https://youtu.be/_w9Omq3ZMQg) Green infrastructure in maintenance 
policies For numerous green infrastructure installations throughout the city, CCMUA and its PowerCorps 
trainees are being trained in and implementing appropriate maintenance measures Green infrastructure 
enhancing recreational, aesthetic and environmental value In Camden City, CCMUA operates a public 
fishing pier, two parks, and a nature preserve, and is in the process of purchasing a sizeable property 
about to become a showplace park (Gateway Park)