The Scotch Plains Green Team is a group of residents, township volunteers and business representatives who work with the Mayor and Town Council to create policies and practices which provide a clean, safe and sustainable community to live, work and play for this and future generations.
Carla Kelly - Chairperson
Al Muller (Environmental Commission)
Bill Picard (Environmental Commission)
Carl Spring (Resident)
Cathy Harris (Community Garden)
Deborah Saridaki (SPF School District)
Donna Peart (YMCA)
Frank DiNizo (DPW)
Jeanne Cleary (JCC)
JoAnn Gemenden (Union County Recycling)
Liaison - Deputy Mayor Elizabeth Stamler
All meetings are held at Town Hall (430 Park Ave.) in Conference Room #202 at 6:30 p.m., unless otherwise noted.
How do you turn 500 pounds of thin film plastic into a high-performance park bench for Fanwood & Scotch Plains? By participating in the Trex Thin Film Plastics Recycling Challenge!
The Scotch Plains & Fanwood Green Teams are joining forces to reduce these plastics in the waste stream and invite all residents to participate in the Trex Challenge, which will run from February 1, 2020 – August 15, 2020.
A total of 10 Trex Challenge Bins are being stationed at various locations around the town including:
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If you are interested in joining the Scotch Plains Green Team, please contact Carla Kelly at email@example.com.