ACHMM-NJ CHMMunity® Corner

This page is a collection of ACHMM-NJ activities and events related to the CHMMunity® Outreach Program established by the Academy of Certified Hazardous Materials Managers (ACHMM) in 2008. CHMMunity® is a national community service initiative to encourage Certified Hazardous Materials Managers (CHMMs) to promote environmental, health and safety and proactive management of hazardous materials in their communities.

Upcoming events


News, events, and activities in the CHMMunity® Corner will be added below as they become available. They will include community-oriented projects and information, including:

  • Submitted ideas;
  • scheduled events;
  • calls for participation to which our Chapter members have committed;
  • photos of completed events;
  • and letters of appreciation or other comments connected to an event/activity.

Past CHMMunity® Events

Raritan River Cleanup, April 22, 2017

In celebration of Earth Day, AHMP New Jersey Members spent Saturday morning helping to clean up the Raritan River. Before and After shots show the bags they filled!

Ready to start...

Finished and bagged!


Raritan River Cleanup, July 27, 2013

Managed to remove 101 tires from the river and nearly filled a 30 cubic yard dumpster with trash, along with multiple bags of recyclables.


NJ Battered Women's Services, July 1, 2013

Helping the NJ Battered Women's Services spreading mulch.


Annual Stream Cleanup at Gladstone, April 20-23, 2013

Sponsored by: AHMP-NJ Chapter and AmeriCorps.


Hurricane Sandy Outreach, January 6, 2013

Twenty one (21) sheets of 4’ x 8’ plywood installed on the floor.   Drywall completely installed in three (3) rooms with two additional rooms partially completed.







Hurricane Sandy Outreach, Dec. 15, 2012



Habitat for Humanity ReStore
February 11, 2012

Habitat’s ReStore resale outlets sell reusable and surplus building materials to the public
While every ReStore outlet is a little different, most focus on home improvement goods like furniture, home accessories, building materials and appliances.

ReStore resale outlets accept donated goods which are sold to the general public at a fraction of the retail price. The proceeds help local Habitat affiliates fund the construction of Habitat homes within their communities.

Promoting reuse and recycling

ReStore resale outlets provide an environmentally and socially responsible way to keep good, reusable materials out of the waste stream while providing funding for Habitat’s community improvement work.

Clean the Beach, Spring Lake, NJ

Spring 2011

Fall 2011 Event



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