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HACKENSACK CITY LOAN CLOSING

The City of Hackensack recently closed on a $5,204,010 loan with the NJ Water Bank to separate the combined sewer on Main Street to facilitate redevel...

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BRICK TOWNSHIP MUA LOAN CLOSING

The Brick Township MUA recently closed on a $17,094,937 loan with the NJ Water Bank to integrate a Granular Activated Carbon (GAC) adsorption process ...

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CITY OF HOBOKEN LOAN CLOSING

The City of Hoboken recently closed on a $6,196,314 loan with the NJ Water Bank to replace approximately 8,510 linear feet of undersized and/or deteri...

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BURLINGTON CITY LOAN CLOSING

The City of Burlington recently closed on a $1,012,911 loan with the NJ Water Bank to replace the dual filter media at each of the four filters at the City's water treatment plant. The project also in...

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WOODBINE LOAN CLOSING

The Borough of Woodbine recently closed on a $5 million loan with the NJ Water Bank to Replace and upgrade major water treatment plant components and install new water mains. In order to comply with t...

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NEW JERSEY AMERICAN WATER LOAN CLOSING

NJ American Water recently closed on a $24,103,961 loan with the NJ Water Bank to upgrade the existing Swimming River Water Treatment Plant (SRWTP). The project includes the addition of a new one-mill...

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HOBOKEN CITY ROW GREEN INFRASTRUCTURE

The City of Hoboken recently closed on a $359,344 loan with the NJ Water Bank to construct Four right-of-way green infrastructure facilities recommended by the NJDEP Rebuild by Design Hudson River pro...

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CITY OF NEWARK LOAN CLOSING

The City of Newark recently closed on a $4.2 Million loan with the NJ Water Bank to alleviate combined Sewer overflows (CSOs). During wet weather, the combination of storm water and wastewater in the ...

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BLOOMFIELD TOWNSHIP LOAN CLOSING

The Township of Bloomfield recently closed on a $284,747 loan with the NJ Water Bank to replace their existing distribution system water meters that have exceeded their useful life with new water serv...

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TOMS RIVER MUA LOAN CLOSING

The Toms River Municipal Utilities Authority (TRMUA) recently closed on a $3.1 million loan with the NJ Water Bank for sanitary sewer rehabilitation. The TRMUA has rigorous preventative maintenance pr...

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