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LONG BEACH TOWNSHIP LOAN CLOSING

Long Beach Township recently closed on a $4 million loan with the NJ Water Bank. The sanitary sewer pipes are deteriorated and cracking, resulting in ...

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CARTERET BOROUGH LOAN CLOSING

The Borough of Carteret recently closed on a $4.8 million loan with the NJ Water Bank to rehabilitate the Roosevelt Avenue and Bergen Street Pump Stat...

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CLINTON TOWN LOAN CLOSING

Clinton Town recently closed on a $3.9 million loan with the NJ Water Bank for improvements to the Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP) Filter and Residu...

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FRANKLIN TOWNSHIP SA LOAN CLOSING

The Franklin Township Sewerage Authority recently closed on a $4,044,510 loan with the NJ Water Bank for the cleaning and relining of approximately 750 linear feet of existing gravity sanitary sewers,...

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SUSSEX COUNTY MUNICIPALITY UTILITIES AUTHORITY LOAN CLOSING

The Sussex County Municipal Utilities Authority (SCMUA) recently closed on a $7,775,092 loan with the NJ Water Bank for the construction of a pumping station and force main to convey landfill leachate...

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NORTH HUDSON SA LOAN CLOSING

The North Hudson Sewerage Authority recently closed on a $750,000 loan with the NJ Water Bank to purchase two trucks. One is a closed-circuit TV truck mounted for operator use, including operator cont...

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MENDHAM BOROUGH LOAN CLOSING

Mendham Borough recently closed on a $1,993,300 loan with the NJ Water Bank for planning and design activities for the rehabilitation of the Borough's sanitary sewer system for inflow/infiltration (I/...

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MENDHAM BOROUGH WWTP IMPROVEMENTS

Mendham Borough recently closed on a $3,081,700  loan with the NJ Water Bank to improve its Water Reclamation Facility and rehabilitate its sanitary sewer system. The project is part of the Capit...

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BERGEN COUNTY UTILITIES AUTHORITY LOAN CLOSING

Bergen County Utilities Authority recently closed on a $6,927,530 loan with the NJ Water Bank to Rehabilitate Final Settling Tanks at the Little Ferry Water Pollution Control Facility including sluice...

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BCUA LOAN CLOSING

The Bergen County Utilities Authority (BCUA) recently closed on an $18,700,000 loan with the NJ Water Bank for sludge digester improvements that will increase the volatile solids reduction, reduce slu...

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