Article | April 26, 2013

Ocean County, NJ Pump Station Rehabilitation

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By John E. Davis, Marketing Specialist and Tony J. Oswald, Eastern Regional Manager, Sauereisen

A Proactive Approach for Continued Improvement of Capacity and Efficiencies

For most municipalities in the U.S., wastewater collection system rehabilitation has received the least amount of attention and capital of all public works projects, especially compared to the other infrastructure dollars that are spent on bridges, roads and other utilities. Typically, sewage collection construction and rehabilitation is directed at prolonging the life of hidden assets, increasing capacity and improving overall efficiency. 

Located along the Jersey shore, Ocean County, NJ has a population of over 550,000 and has the state’s fastest growing population according to the 2010 US Census. It is located just north of Atlantic City, 70 miles south of New York City and only 50 miles east of Philadelphia, making the county a popular destination for residence and tourists, especially during the summer months.

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