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The New Jersey Weights and Measures Association, Inc was formed in 1911. Since it's inception, it has been the purpose of this organization to promote the general welfare of its members, to create uniformity and harmony in their efforts at all times and to disseminate useful information conducive to the best interest of the consuming public and all dealers, distributors and manufacturers.

The New Jersey Weights and Measures Association is comprised of members from 21 Counties, several municipalities, the State Office of Weights and Measures and members of industry. All members have a vested interest in ensuring equity in the market place.




• Meet the Board •

Lilian I. Caparruva

1st Vice President

Katrina Eberly

2nd Vice President

Nick Licitra


Dennis Moore

Financial Secretary

Anthony Neri

Recording Secretary

Antoine S. Neal

Sergeant at Arms

Roger Heck



Ernie Salerno

Greg Vellekamp

David Dombey

Veatrece Newton

Anthony Delmonte

On behalf of the NJ Weights and Measures Association
and its associate members we want to Congratulate


The NJ Weights and Measures Association would like to thank our associate members
including but limited to our 2019 Industry supporters who helped us make
our yearly Weights & Measures Conference a success.



Annual Picnic

Annual Picnic

 2019 Annual Conference

109th Annual Conference NJ Weights and Measures Association




Warren County Department of Weights and Measures Superintendent Michael Santos demonstrates
the county’s new mobile fuel tester to
Freeholder Richard D. Gardner.

Union County Freeholder Chairman Christopher Hudak (right) listens as John Garofalo, Assistant Superintendent of the Union County Division of Weights and Measures, explains how gas pumps are inspected at a Shell station in Rahway.

Inspectors from the NJ Office of Weights
and Measures conduct an octane test at
a Lukoil station in Cherry Hill. (Credit: Paul Kurtz)