NJ State League of Municipalities Conference
November 13, 2018, 2:00p.m., Room 401, Atlantic City Convention Center

The Visual Litter Survey in New Jersey: Changing State and Local Policies

New Jersey’s Visual Litter Survey (VLS) report released in 2018 concluded that the largest volume of debris on streets and roadways in New Jersey is from vehicles and construction, equaling 18.2 percent of the total litter spotted. Littered paper was second at 14.8 percent, followed by beverage containers at 14.1 percent. Cups, lids and straws were 10.3 percent, followed by candy and snack packaging at 7.3 percent. This session will discuss how data from reliable sources can help affect state and local policies, industries that produce these materials and the economy.

Join us to hear our panel of experts:

Steven Stein, Environmental Resources Planning

Kevin Dietly, Northbridge Environmental Management Consultants
(American Beverage Association)

Councilman Samip Joshi, Edison Twp.

Councilman Tim Kriebel, Ventor City

Phil Rozenski, American Progressive Bag Alliance
Earn 2 CCCC Credits!

Registration Instructions

Email the NJ Clean Communities Council at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. if you plan to attend, would like to earn credits, and/or expect to receive a CCCC certificate. Please use NJLM-VLS in the subject line of your email.

You must register for the NJLM conference to attend this session. For more information on registration or to register online visit .

Conference pre-registration ends on October 1. After this date, attendees will have to register onsite in Atlantic City.