New Jersey’s water infrastructure needs an estimated $25 billion in upgrades over the next 20 years. What can we do about it?

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For every dollar invested in water infrastructure, $2.62 is generated in all industries in the same year.

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New Jersey's leaking pipes lose an estimated 130 million gallons of treated drinking water a day.

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Every year, New Jersey sewer systems dump over 7 billion gallons of raw sewage into our waterways.

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Jersey Water Works is working to transform New Jersey’s inadequate water infrastructure through sustainable, cost-effective solutions that provide communities with clean water and waterways; healthier, safer neighborhoods; local jobs; flood and climate resilience; and economic growth.

Jersey Water Works Releases its 2020 Work Plan

Through the 2020 work plan, Jersey Water Works committees will plan and implement projects to advance the collaborative’s goals. Building off of past accomplishments, the collaborative will advance improvements to water infrastructure and seek to advance equitable outcomes.

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Safety tip: As @GovMurphy continues to roll back #COVID19 restrictions, be sure to flush #water systems for a few minutes when you first return to buildings. 💧 For more guidance on re-opening buildings safely, consult these tips from @NewJerseyDEP:

Join the JWW CSO Committee, @sewagefreenj, and Newark DIG for a review workshop on June 9 to help community advocates around the state learn how to evaluate CSO Long Term Control Plans and develop comments for submission to the @NewJerseyDEP.

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