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WILDWOOD CITY CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PLAN

Wildwood City recently replaced outdated infrastructure capitalizing on savings from three distinct I-Bank financing programs for one project: the dri...

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BERKELEY TOWNSHIP MUA WATER TOWER REHAB

The Berkeley Township MUA recently closed on a $1,516,263 loan with the NJ Water Bank to rehabilitate and repaint the 1.0-million-gallon Northern Boul...

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SEASIDE HEIGHTS BOROUGH LOAN CLOSING

The Seaside Heights Borough Water Treatment Plant ("Borough") recently closed on a $4.5 million loan with the NJ Water Bank to repair electrical syste...

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UPPER DEERFIELD LOAN

Upper Deerfield Township recently closed on a $1,938,000 loan with the NJ Water Bank to replace the 250,000-gallon water tower serving Seabrook. The water tower was constructed in 1937 and imposes num...

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DEPTFORD TOWNSHIP MUA COUNTRY CLUB ESTATES LOAN CLOSINGS

The Deptford Township MUA recently closed on two loans with the NJ Water Bank totaling $2,145,768 for the rehabilitation of water and sewer mains in the Country Club Estates section of Deptford Townsh...

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DEPTFORD TOWNSHIP MUA EAST WOODBURY LOAN CLOSING

The Deptford Township MUA recently closed on two loans with the NJ Water Bank totaling $2,491,877 for the rehabilitation of the East Woodbury sanitary sewer and water mains. The mains were constructed...

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LAKEWOOD TOWNSHIP MUA GAC FILTER LOAN

Lakewood Township MUA ("LTMUA") recently closed on a $12,060,4218 loan with the NJ Water Bank to address excessive levels of PFOS. This group of chemicals is commonly used in a wide range of indu...

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VERONA TOWNSHIP LOAN CLOSING

Verona Township recently closed on a $2,330,613 loan with the NJ Water Bank to upgrade the Linn Drive well treatment facility to address PFAS and arsenic in the water supply. This project will bring t...

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LAKE STOCKHOLM SYSTEMS, INC. PFAS/PFOS REMOVAL

Lake Stockholm Systems, Inc., recently closed on a $1,687,832 loan with the NJ Water Bank to address excessive levels of per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances ("PFAS"). This group of chemicals is c...

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CAMDEN CITY PFAS TREATMENT IMPROVEMENTS AT MORRIS-DELAIR WATER TREATMENT PLANT

The City of Camden recently closed on a $55,000,000 loan with the NJ Water Bank to upgrade its Morris Delair potable drinking water treatment facility ("Plant"). Perfluoro octane sulfonic acid (PFOS) ...

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