TWO RIVERS WATER RECLAMATION AUTHORITY LOAN CLOSING

Two Rivers Water Reclamation Authority recently closed on a $2,952,465 loan with the NJ Water Bank to construct a new 54" Pleasure Bay Interceptor. The 48-inch interceptor crossing Pleasure Bay from Oceanport to Monmouth Beach has cracks and alignment depressions throughout its length. The line does not leak but has been identified as a critical vulnerability. Loss of sewage into the river, if the pipe were to fail, is estimated to be in excess of 700 million gallons before a bypass could be constructed. The project includes extending the current 30" Monmouth Beach Interceptor to a new 50 MGD Main Pump Station and installing a new force main to the Headworks/Blower Building. In addition, supernatant flow will be diverted to the new Main Pump Station. The existing Supernatant and Main Pump Stations will be demolished. 

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

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