Meeting New Jersey's wastewater infrastructure needs is an important step in establishing a strong environmental and economic future. Proper wastewater treatment ensures valuable water resources remain clean and usable. Deficient wastewater treatment could significantly harm New Jersey's waters and create serious public health hazards. Insufficient treatment capacity could adversely affect New Jersey's economy.
Unfortunately, many communities are plagued by wastewater problems such as leaking pipes, inadequate capacity, deficient treatment, combined sewer overflows, failing septic systems, or sludge disposal problems.
The "Financing Program" can help your community tackle these problems by providing low-cost financing for improvements to wastewater infrastructure which reduces costs for the users.
Upgrading inadequate wastewater infrastructure is a priority for many municipal governments and utilities. Correcting combined sewer overflows presents a particularly significant challenge to financially stretched urban communities. The "Financing Program" can help these municipalities and utilities achieve federal and state environmental improvement goals.
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