Princeton Hydro gets first Sustainability Award from N.J. League of Conservation Voters

Princeton Hydro, a firm that specializes in water resources engineering, was honored with the inaugural Sustainabilty Award by the New Jersey League of Conservation Voters at its annual gala last week.

Princeton Hydro President Geoffrey Goll, who has been the managing partner of the firm since it was founded in 1998, said the company was humbled to be honored by the league.

Our firm is committed to improving our ecosystems, quality of life and communities for the better, and we share many of the same values as New Jersey LCV and its supporters,” he said. “Both internally and externally, we aim to integrate environmental stewardship and sustainability into our work, from reducing our carbon footprint in our offices to designing resilient, nature-based solutions in New Jersey neighborhoods and beyond.”

The Sustainability Award was given in recognition of a company committed to a sustainable future in New Jersey, integrating sustainability in everyday life and making sustainability more accessible to the public.

The company was one of many honored by the league.

Emerald Award: In appreciation of outstanding devotion to the protection of New Jersey’s precious air, water and open space:

  • State Sen. Troy Singleton (D-Moorestown);
  • Assemblyman John McKeon (D-Madison);
  • Camden Councilwoman Shaneka Boucher (D).

Founders Award: In appreciation of outstanding leadership, vision and devoted service to the success of New Jersey LCV:

  • New Jersey Environmental Justice Alliance;
  • Jennifer M. Coffey, Association of New Jersey Environmental Commissions executive director.

Changemaker Award: In recognition of making an incomparable difference for New Jersey’s environment in your community and the lives of others:

  • Friends of the New Jersey School of Conservation;
  • Nicole Miller, MnM Consulting.

LCV Executive Director Ed Potosnak said the group is committed to ensuring all New Jerseyans have safe drinking water, clean air and open space, no matter their ZIP code.

“Educating the public about the environment and holding our elected officials accountable matters, and that’s why having events like this to raise the needed funding are so important,” he said.