DELRAN TOWNSHIP LOAN CLOSING

NJ I-Bank and NJDEP Helping to Improve New Jersey's Infrastructure, One Project at a Time

Delran Township recently closed on a $1.5 million loan with the NJ Water Bank to rehabilitate the Clay Street Pump Station. The improvements include converting the existing station into a submersible station with new submersible sewage pumps on rails to be installed in a new fiberglass, slip-in wet well. The concrete in the pump station will be rehabilitated and repaired to ensure structural stability. All electrical service will be relocated to the existing fiberglass building to keep the temperature of the panels down in summer and to provide shelter for personnel working on the electrical equipment during inclement weather. An odor and corrosion control system will be installed to replace the existing use of pellets at the discharge of the wet well blowers. In addition, the pump station site will be graded and stabilized to eliminate ponding. The existing manhole frame will also be raised to meet the new grade. 

For more information, contact the New Jersey Infrastructure Bank at (609) 219-8600.

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