TOMS RIVER – SUEZ has announced that they’ve invested $5 million to replace about three miles of aging water main with new infrastructure in downtown Toms River.
The project, which begins on or about September 27, will renew approximately 230 individual services and enhance the reliability of water service in the area.
“We continue to make ongoing, significant proactive investments in aging infrastructure, which is especially important to the busy downtown area,” Jim Mastrokalos, Director of Operations, said. “We found that some of the oldest water mains, roughly over 60 years old, as well as one dating back to 1918 in the project area, is in need of immediate replacement.”
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