DeNafo’s appointment was made official following the approval of minutes from the ACUA Board of Commissioners meeting on Thursday, January 19.

“I am excited to serve the community in this new role at ACUA,” said DeNafo. “Throughout my 15 years at ACUA, I have been fortunate to work alongside an extraordinary team of people committed to the hard work of keeping our environment clean. I am confident ACUA will continue its long history of success in environmental leadership. This will include a continued focus on innovative solutions, customer centric services, transparency, and most importantly, cost-efficient solid waste and wastewater management.”

DeNafo currently serves as the Vice President of Centralized Maintenance and Asset Management for ACUA where he is responsible for overseeing all Centralized Maintenance and Asset Management activities throughout the Authority, which includes a staff of more than 60 employees across the fleet, facilities, electrical and instrumentation, mechanical services, IT and research and development departments. Read more from Atlantic County Utilities Authority.