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The HMUA is committed to providing the community with safe, clean drinking water and quality wastewater management, while maintaining the highest standards of customer service.

2018 FIRE HYDRANT FLUSHING April 23, 2018

HMUA personnel will begin the annual flushing of fire hydrants on Sunday, May 6th, 2018 at approximately 10 P.M.   A Hydrant Flushing Schedule is provided for your information and provides specific details about when we will be flushing in your area.  

For additional information about why we flush fire hydrants click here

Concerns about Arsenic in Tap Water? September 22, 2017

Recent media attention has brought to light concerns regarding potential negative health effects from drinking water containing Arsenic. The HMUA takes potential impacts to public health very seriously and works to ensure that its water is in compliance with all Federal and State standards. In NJ, the maximum allowable contaminant level for Arsenic is 0.005 milligrams per liter (mg/l) or 5 parts per billion (ppb).  The USEPA’s legal limit for Arsenic is 10 ppb.  The Federal and NJ State Primary and Secondary Drinking Water Standards are provided on the NJDEP website at: http://www.state.nj.us/dep/watersupply/pdf/dw_standards_2_2005.pdf

Arsenic data from various points in HMUA’s water system, reported by the laboratory to NJDEP as required, is available on the NJDEP website at: https://www9.state.nj.us/DEP_WaterWatch_public/JSP/SingleResults.jsp?tinwsys=674&tsaanlyt=5&aname=ARSENIC

The HMUA’s laboratory testing results for Arsenic are consistently well within the USEPA and NJDEP standards, with the majority of the sample results being less than (<) what can be detected by the laboratory testing method.

 

STORAGE SYSTEM UPGRADES SUCCESSFULLY COMPLETED July 27, 2017

We are pleased to announce that the HMUA has completed its water storage system upgrade project.  The project will improve overall system performance and reliability into the future.  We apologize for any inconvenience experienced by customers during the project due to temporarily increases or decreases in water pressure. 

We thank you for your patience as we work to improve your water service. Feel free to contact the HMUA Business Office at 908-852-3622 with any questions or if we can be of further service.

Kathleen Corcoran, Executive Director

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