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Winter is fast approaching, and Atlantic City Electric crews have performed essential work to prepare the local energy grid to help meet increased customer demand and keep homes warm and bright and businesses operational all winter long.
On Nov. 4, 2020, Governor Phil Murphy and the New Jersey Legislature enacted the most progressive bag ban law in the country. The law prevents litter and encourages the use of reusable bags by phasing out single-use plastic and paper bags.
Plastic label sleeves cannot be recycled with aluminum and can even cause fires should they get into the aluminum recycling system.
New Jersey’s food waste recycling law requires those generating a projected volume of 52 tons of food waste or more per year to source separate and recycle their food waste under certain conditions.
Expanded Energy Assistance Program Gives Access to Millions of Dollars in Grants to Help Atlantic City Electric Customers Pay Their Energy Bills
New expanded assistance eligibility guidelines help more customers qualify for assistance options.
How to get help with your energy bills. Federal and state energy assistance programs are available to eligible New Jersey residents who need help paying their bills.
Call2Recycle and NJ Coalition Take on Battery Recycling Initiative to Help Residents “Avoid the Spark”
Education campaign aims to reduce battery-ignited fire danger by helping residents identify & recycle household batteries.
At AC Electric, we monitor weather forecasts to determine the best course of action in preparing our crews and employees for weather events. Preparedness can keep a bad situation from becoming worse and we’re providing helpful suggestions for our customers.
The office now allows members of the public to apply for a replacement Social Security card using virtual online conferencing via the Microsoft Teams platform.
NJ Dept of Agriculture has shared information and instructions for residents who encounter the Spotted Lanternfly.