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ESSEX FELLS BOROUGH PFAS TREATMENT LOAN

Essex Fells Borough recently closed on a $5,400,000 loan with the NJ Water Bank to address excessive levels of PFAS and PFOS. This group of chemi...

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ROBBINSVILLE TOWNSHIP LOAN

Robbinsville Township recently closed on a $1,460,608 loan with the NJ Water Bank to address issues with the Newtown Village water distribution system...

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HO-HO-KUS PFAS WATER TREATMENT SYSTEM

Ho-Ho-Kus Borough recently closed on a $3,700,000 loan with the NJ Water Bank to address excessive levels of PFAS and PFOS that can penetrate the wate...

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RED BANK BOROUGH LEAD SERVICE LINE REPLACEMENT

Red Bank Borough recently closed on an $3,241,647 loan with the NJ Water Bank to identify and replace lead service lines within the borough. The borough aims to identify all unknown service lines by t...

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STONE HARBOR BOROUGH WATER MAIN REPLACEMENT

Stone Harbor Borough recently closed on a $5,943,971 loan with the NJ Water Bank for the replacement of approximately 12,640 linear feet (LF) of undersized and deteriorating 6- and 8-inch diameter asb...

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JERSEY CITY MUA LEAD SERVICE LINE REPLACEMENT LOAN

The Jersey City MUA recently closed on a $311,040 loan with the NJ Water Bank to replace approximately 16,000 lead service lines between 2022 and 2031 to comply with the new Lead and Copper Rule Revis...

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RIDGEWOOD VILLAGE WATER TREATMENT CENTRALIZATION FOR PFAS REMOVAL

Ridgewood Village recently closed on a $10,762,338 loan with the NJ Water Bank to address excessive levels of PFAS, commonly used in a wide range of industrial processes, and found in many consum...

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HOBOKEN CITY WATER MAIN UPGRADES

Hoboken City recently closed on a $8,910,686 loan with the NJ Water Bank to upgrade its watermains. The project includes engineering design, permitting, and construction to replace the existing water ...

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MERCHANTVILLE PENNSAUKEN WATER COMMISSION PFAS TREATMENT LOAN

The Merchantville Pennsauken Water Commission ("MPWC") recently closed on a $8,110,000 loan with the NJ Water Bank to address excessive levels of PFAS and PFOS at its National Highway PFC Plant.&...

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HIGHTSTOWN BOROUGH WATER MAIN IMPROVEMENTS

The Borough of Hightstown recently completed drinking water improvements that are being financed with a "NANO" loan of approximately $1.5 million from the NJ Water Bank, a low-rate funding program joi...

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