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CITY OF NEW BRUNSWICK WATER TREATMENT PLANT IMPROVEMENTS

The City of New Brunswick recently closed on a $36,000,000 loan with the NJ Water Bank to implement improvements for the efficiency and reliability of...

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ROCKAWAY VALLEY REGIONAL SEWER AUTHORITY LOAN CLOSING

The Rockaway Valley Regional Sewer Authority recently closed on a $11,169,349 loan with the NJ Water Bank to replace two of its 900-kilowatt emergency...

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DOWNE TOWNSHIP FORTESCUE PACKAGE PLANT

Cumberland County recently closed on a $16,005,200 loan with the NJ Water Bank to construct a wastewater treatment plant and collection system for For...

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FRANKLIN TOWNSHIP SA SOMERSET STREET BYPASS PUMP

The Franklin Township Sewerage Authority ("FTSA") recently closed on a $8,540,358 loan with the NJ Water Bank to perform television inspection of approximately 20,000 feet of existing gravity sewer. D...

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TRENTON WATER WORKS LSL REPLACEMENT

Trenton Water Works ("TWW") recently closed on a $9,416,896 loan with the NJ Water Bank to verify and replace 1,000 – 1,700 lead service lines in Hamilton Township, part of the TWW service area. Dri...

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ALLENTOWN BOROUGH LEAD SERVICE LINE REPLACEMENT

The Borough of Allentown recently closed on a $777,972 loan with the NJ Water Bank to replace lead service lines throughout the borough. Many components of the water system are nearing or exceeding th...

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OCEAN GATE METER REPLACEMENT

The Borough of Ocean Gate recently closed on a $894,485 loan with the NJ Water Bank to Replace water meters with new units and AMI interface. Accurate readings will promote water conservation, decreas...

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SEASIDE HEIGHTS STORMWATER IMPROVEMENTS

The Borough of Seaside Heights recently closed on a $2 million loan with the NJ Water Bank to implement stormwater management improvements that include replacing water mains and inlet structures. ...

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NEWARK CITY PEQUANNOCK AQUEDUCT REHABILITATION

The City of Newark recently closed on a $15,266,048 loan with the NJ Water Bank to rehabilitate the first six miles upstream of the twin, parallel, 42- and 48-inch Pequannock aqueducts in West Milford...

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CUMBERLAND COUNTY UTILITIES AUTHORITY

The Cumberland County Utilities Authority recently closed on a $5,797,247 loan with the NJ Water Bank to rehabilitate its wastewater treatment plant. The project includes the restoration of concrete s...

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