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South Jersey Operations

year end 2015

table of contents


director’s update



jim mastrokalos honored for
community service

south toms river mayor
shares knowledge on safety


annual employee appreciation day


protecting our environment


autism speaks


manalapan recognized for
community support


children’s specialized hospital
halloween float 2015


making the safety pledge



barnegat bay blitz

confined space enactment


welcome back yali


customer advisory panel


pleasant plains firehouse
award for homemade chili


year end 2015 holiday luncheon


food bank volunteering


our commitment to health,
the environment and customers


princeton meadows holiday
wishes 2015


new branding


health support system for
our bodies - understanding
the importance of our spines


rain barrel summer tour


fire prevention through


safety author visit

Director’s Update
Jim Mastrokalos
Director of Operations,
South Jersey Operations

Dear All:
It’s been a busy and exciting year of growth, change and
continuous development in both our local operating units as well
as the parent company. From a new brand and realignment to
expanded local partnerships, managing more operational,
customer service and engineering projects with aggressive targets
than we have in previous years--all while positioning ourselves to
rise to the challenges that the future holds.
Our business units have welcomed many talented employees to
our teams, developed our current workforce, celebrated many
significant service milestones and welcomed a variety of local
distinguished guest speakers as well as visitors from around the
We’ve participated in many volunteer events most notably to bring
joy to those in need as well as living our values through the focus
of our business strategy—serving the communities where we live
and work while protecting our environment and water resources.
We’ve also maintained flexibility to deal with our ever-changing
business environment, workplace emergencies, unplanned
incidents and most importantly, prioritized our safety culture.

I’m extremely proud of what our teams achieved together, and this
vitality is the result of your hard work, coupled with the continued
support of your families, that we can celebrate our division’s
successes during 2015.
Our division is well positioned to act on its objectives in the New
Year ahead, and I look forward to meeting and outperforming our
obligations to our stakeholders by providing the highest level of
service coupled with the delivery of safe, clean water to every
home and business in the communities we serve.
So please accept my sincere gratitude for the long hours,
attentiveness and determination you put forth to achieve so many
successes this year.
We’ve put together this newsletter for your enjoyment with the
hope that you will positively reflect on a very busy yet productive
Let me close with my best wishes that 2016 will bring you and your
family much happiness, good health, and safe travels.
Yours truly,


south toms river mayor
shares knowledge on safety
Toms River Operations welcomed South Toms River
Mayor Oscar Cradle as guest speaker for the first
quarter safety breakfast in March. Mayor Cradle, a
former construction worker, addressed the
importance of safety at work, at home and on the road.

protecting our
Princeton Meadows Operations had a
picture-perfect day in April for the
Township of Plainsboro’s Stony
Brook-Millstone Watershed Association’s
Earth Month clean-up.

Employees volunteered and took to the Lenape Trail and canoed the Cranbury Brook to keep the water
environmentally healthy.


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for community
Township of Manalapan Mayor Jack McNaboe
and Health Officer, Dave Richardson, recognized
Manalapan Operation’s continued support of the
community as well as its sponsorship of the first
annual Manalapan-Englishtown Community
Alliance to Prevent Alcoholism & Drug Abuse 5K
fun run/walk in May.

making the safety pledge
South Jersey employees made personal pledges and reaffirmed commitments for
strong, collaborative and healthy safe workplaces during May’s North American
Occupational Health and Safety Week.


Our employees helped clean within the Bey Lea section of Toms River in June of this year.

barnegat bay blitz
Toms River Operations joined thousands of volunteers in 37
counties within Ocean and parts of Monmouth Counties for
the 6th Barnegat Bay Blitz, a watershed-wide cleanup to
help improve water quality, biodiversity and overall
ecological health of the Bay. The Blitz was developed in
response to Governor Christie’s 2010 Comprehensive
Action Plan to address the need to improve the well-being
of the 660 square mile Barnegat Bay watershed.



welcome back

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Toms River Operations was pleased to welcome for the second year in a row, the Mandela Washington
Fellowship, Young African Leaders Initiative (YALI) from Wager College, New York in July. YALI, a flagship
summer program of President Obama and the U.S. Department of State, supports young African leaders,
ranging in ages 25-35, as they spur growth, prosperity, strengthen democratic governance and enhance
peace and security across their home countries in Africa. Dr. Donald Stearns, program coordinator from
Wagner College, Linda Gillick, Executive Director of Oceans of Love, Rich Henning and Jim Mastrokalos of
SUEZ shared their insights on the importance of civic leadership.

pleasant plains
firehouse awarded
for homemade chili
Congratulations to Chris Hafner and Jim Penn for preparing
the No. 1 chili in a Company chili cook-off contest. The
monetary award from the event benefits the Pleasant Plains
Volunteer Fire Department, Toms River!


health support system for our bodies understanding the importance of our spines

Toms River Operations welcomed Community Spine and
Pain (now Ocean Integrated Wellness Center) of Toms River
for the employees’ second quarter safety breakfast in July.
Dr. Vince Giardina, D.C., Chiropractor, Dr. Tom Cranmer,
D.C. and Maureen White, Marketing Director, presented on
composition of the spinal vertebrae, maintenance of overall
fitness and health of the spine, strengthening the immune
system and decreasing risk of injury.

Back injury is common in the workplace which
accounts for about one of every five workplace
injuries or illnesses.


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rain barrel “summer tour”
Toms River Operations proudly hosted two rain barrels for the “2015
Summer Tour” again this year and in conjunction with the Barnegat
Bay Blitz. In partnership with NJDEP, Toms River East and Toms
River South art students, the two rain barrels designed and painted by
the students were on our site for about three months for employees
and visitors to enjoy. SUEZ was also pleased to contribute the rain
barrel component parts in 2015.

For SUEZ’ passion and commitment to the environment,
the NJDEP and NJ Clean Communities awarded SUEZ
with a Clean Water Award in May.


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