Committees

Lead-Free NJ’s five committees help advance the collaborative’s yearly objectives and long-term goals.

Housing Policy Committee

The Housing Policy Committee brings stakeholders together to identify policies that support the elimination of housing-related lead hazards, including lead-contaminated paint, soil, and internal plumbing.

Water Policy Committee

The Jersey Water Works Lead in Drinking Water Task Force serves as the Lead-Free NJ Water Policy Committee, bringing stakeholders together to identify policies that support the elimination of lead hazards in drinking water.

Communications Committee

The Communications Committee recommends and helps implement the collaborative’s communications strategy. It may also recommend new methods for internal communications with members.

Advocacy Coordinating Committee

The Advocacy Coordinating Committee brings stakeholders together to identify advocacy strategies and coordinate individual advocacy activities.

Fundraising Committee

The Fundraising Committee identifies and coordinates efforts to provide financial support to local grassroots organizations engaged in lead-free activities.

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