The Middlesex County Utilities Authority (MCUA) has preserved and protected central New Jersey’s environmental resources through responsible waste management and stewardship of the environment around the Raritan River and Raritan Bay since its creation in 1950.
The Authority, a public entity, was established by the Middlesex County Board of County Commissioners (see below) to manage the county’s wastewater and solid waste services, but our mission doesn’t stop there. We are committed to promoting public health, protecting environmental resources, and sustaining the development and growth of Middlesex County through efficient and responsible operations of our Wastewater Treatment Facility and the Middlesex County Landfill, which has a direct impact on the quality of life of over 800,000 residents and businesses in central New Jersey.
The services provided by the Authority have made us a leader in waste management and responsible environmental resource management. We are committed to providing the highest quality service to our customers through innovative techniques and technologies, which will ensure that our community and surrounding natural beauty are preserved for generations to come.
|Middlesex County Board of County Commissioners|
|Director Ronald G. Rios|
|Deputy Director Kenneth Armwood|
|Commissioner Charles E. Tomaro|
|Commissioner Charles Kenny|
|Commissioner Leslie Koppel|
|Commissioner Shanti Narra|
|Commissioner Claribel A. Azcona-Barber|