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TUCKERTON BOROUGH REHABILITATION OF WELL NUMBERS 3 AND 4

Tuckerton Borough recently closed on a $249,568 loan with the NJ Water Bank to rehabilitate Well numbers 3 and 4. The project includes clearing iron b...

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PASSAIC VALLEY SEWERAGE COMMISSION CENTRIFUGE

Passaic Valley Sewerage Commission ("PVSC") recently closed on a $22,214,031 loan with the NJ Water Bank to purchase and install a fifth centrifuge. C...

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ELIZABETH CITY SOUTH SECOND STREET DRAINAGE AND ATLANTIC STREET CSO TANK PROJECT

Elizabeth City recently closed on a $16,500,000 loan with the NJ Water Bank to improve drainage near South Second Street and related improvement at th...

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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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RUNNEMEDE SANITARY SEWER EXTENSION AND PUMP STATION

Runnemede Borough recently closed on a $7,250,500 loan with the NJ Water Bank to provide wastewater conveyance for approximately 94 residences. Properties on Davis, Evergreen, Sunnybrook, and Sunset R...

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PVSC WALLINGTON PUMP STATION REHAB

The Passaic Valley Sewerage Commission recently closed on a 23,477,201 loan with the NJ Water Bank to rehabilitate the Wallington Pump Station. While interim modifications have been made since its ori...

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PVSC LINE IMPROVEMENTS

The Passaic Valley Sewerage Commission recently closed on a $20,400,000 loan with the NJ Water Bank to rehabilitate existing sewage conveyance and related infrastructure in need of repair. This projec...

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STAFFORD TOWNSHIP BEACH HAVEN WEST SEWER REPLACEMENT

Stafford Township recently closed on a $4,337,001 loan with the NJ Water Bank to remove and replace approximately 10,467 linear feet of Asbestos Concrete Pipe sanitary sewer mains with 10,514 linear f...

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PLEASANTVILLE CITY SEWER INFRASTRUCTURE

Pleasantville City recently closed on a $3,200,000 loan with the NJ Water Bank to rehabilitate several sewer mains needing immediate attention on Ridgewood, Bayview, and Decatur Avenues, and Ansley Bo...

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ATLANTIC CITY MUA WATER METER AND MTU REPLACEMENT

The Atlantic City MUA ("Authority") recently closed on a $1,955,044 loan with the NJ Water Bank to upgrade or replace approximately 6500 Automatic Meter Readers ("AMR") and Meter Transmission units th...

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