This infographic accompanies the guest blog, New Jersey’s Capital Investment: A JerseyWaterCheck Data Story.
The Lead Service Line Replacement (LSLR) Implementation Workgroup of Jersey Water Works’ Lead in Drinking Water Task Force partnered with the New Jersey Water Association on Tuesday, June 22, 2022, to offer guidance to NJ Water Systems Operators on the implementation the New Jersey statute (P.L. 2021, c.183) enacted on July 22, 2022. Over 160… Continue reading Lead Service Line Replacement Implementation Workshop Recap and Resources
This infographic accompanies a new Jersey Water Works report, A New Jersey Affordability Methodology and Assessment for Drinking Water and Sewer Utility Costs.
This resource from Ohio University highlights pollution prevention efforts and technologies engineers are focusing on to improve the safety of drinking water. It contains infographics for innovative technologies including desalinization, irrigation, and wastewater treatment. It is intended to create awareness around the need for these improving technologies to create safer and more sustainable water infrastructures for… Continue reading How Technology Is Providing Solutions For Clean Water
The Jersey Water Works Community Engagement Committee has developed graphics for signage that can be used by combined sewer system cities and towns, organizations, and individuals to educate the general public on combined sewer overflows. These images have been approved by the NJDEP for permit holders to use to help fulfill their NJ CSO permit… Continue reading Educational Signs on Combined Sewer Outfalls
At the “Fostering Municipal and Utility Partnerships for Water Quality Management” Workshop on Feb. 7, 2017, audience members learned about new best practices that will help municipal governments, working in partnership with their utilities, conduct/implement water loss audits, utility asset management and green infrastructure planning and implementation. The workshop was presented in partnership with the… Continue reading Presentations from Workshop: “Fostering Municipal and Utility Partnerships for Water Quality Management”
This webinar presentation, by the Nature Conservancy and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), provides an overview of work done around the country that enables the utilization of public and private funding sources to implement GI in order to create the greatest ecological, economic and social benefits. In addition, the EPA describes innovative financing for green… Continue reading Financing Opportunities for Implementing Green Infrastructure Projects to Manage Stormwater
This presentation by Andy Kricun, Executive Director of the Camden County Municipal Utilities Authority, reviews challenges facing clean water utilities and how to use State Revolving Funds to address those challenges. Using the City of Camden as a case example, the presentation considers Camden’s multi-pronged combined sewage overflow flooding prevention program.
This presentation, by University of North Carolina Environmental Finance Center director Jeff Hughes, provides a simple, comprehensive overview of the primary ways water infrastructure is financed, and also highlights some recent innovative approaches. 2014.
These 2014 design concepts illustrate options for a proposed park in Southwest Hoboken that will provide recreational amenities and manage stormwater.