Water For Tomorrow


Middlesex Water Company's multi-year major infrastructure campaign to enhance safety, reliability and resiliency throughout its water system in New Jersey.

The initiative, known as Water For Tomorrow® involves numerous projects designed to upgrade and replace infrastructure and enhance the integrity of system assets to better serve the current and future generation of water users. Middlesex Water plans to invest more than $220 million through 2025 in connection with this campaign.

The Middlesex system in New Jersey provides retail, commercial and industrial water service to 62,000 homes and businesses in Carteret, Edison, Metuchen, South Amboy, South Plainfield and Woodbridge.

The Company's multi-year investment projects include, but are not limited to enhanced treatment process at the Company's largest treatment plant and wellfield to comply with new state water quality regulations relative to poly- and perfluoro-alkyl substances, collectively referred to as PFAS, and integrate surge protection to mitigate spikes in water pressures along with enhancements to corrosion control and chlorination processes; Lead Service Line Replacement, renovations and related construction at our operations facility and replacement of water mains, service lines valves, meters and fire hydrants.