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ISLAND HEIGHTS BOROUGH WATER METER REPLACEMENT

The Island Heights Borough recently closed on a $1,123,700 loan with the NJ Water Bank to replace water meters with new units and AMI interface throug...

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CCMUA NEWTON LAKE DREDGING

The Camden County Municipal Utilities Authority ("CCMUA") recently completed clean water improvements that are being financed with approximately $26.6...

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BOONTON TOWN SEWER IMPROVEMENT PROJECT

The Town of Boonton recently closed on a $2,343,296 loan with the NJ Water Bank to increase the capacity of a critical sewer main that conveys sewer f...

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PASSAIC VALLEY SEWERAGE COMMISSION SOLAR PHOTOVOLTAIC AND ENERGY STORAGE SYSTEM

Passaic Valley Sewerage Commission ("PVSC or the Commission") recently closed on a $15,693,017 loan with the NJ Water Bank to implement solar generation as a dominant renewable energy source. PVSC wil...

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MIDDLESEX COUNTY UTILITIES AUTHORITY PUMP STATION REHAB

The Middlesex County Utilities Authority ("MCUA") recently closed on a $15,000,000 loan with the NJ Water Bank to rehabilitate the Bound Brook Pump Station ("BBPS") and replace and relocate the Landfi...

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CARNEY'S POINT SA LOAN

The Carney's Point Sewerage Authority recently closed on a $1,057,202 loan with the NJ Water Bank to remove the sanitary sewer lift station on Lafayette Road in Carneys Point Township. New sanitary se...

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PVSC SECONDARY BYPASS AND SLUDGE TRAIN LOAN CLOSING

The Passaic Valley Sewerage Commission (PVSC) recently closed on a $116,000,000 loan with the NJ Water Bank to design and construct a secondary bypass to improve plant performance. The secondary ...

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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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CITY OF BAYONNE STORMWATER MANAGEMENT AND FRANCIS G. FITZPATRICK PARK IMPROVEMENTS

The City of Bayonne recently completed clean water improvements to its stormwater system that are being financed with approximately $2 million in loans from the NJ Water Bank, a low-rate funding progr...

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