Middlesex Water Company is investing $11 million dollars to replace aging water infrastructure in Woodbridge, New Jersey in 2018.
As part of its RENEW 2018 Program, the Company will be replacing 4.8 miles of water mains, as well as service lines, valves, fire hydrants and meters. These improvements are designed to improve fire flows and overall service quality in the area as the new mains being installed have greater water carrying capacity. RENEW also helps the Company to save water by identifying any existing leaks in the RENEW Project area. Proactively addressing aging infrastructure now – on a planned replacement schedule – reduces the likelihood of future disruptive and costly emergency repairs.