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Trenton Water Works to Hold Public Informational Forum in Ewing

TWW H2Open Forum scheduled for January 14, 2020

Ewing residents who want to learn more about their drinking water and the ongoing reorganization of the 200-year-old Trenton Water Works are invited to attend their H2Open Forum at the Ewing Senior and Community Center, 999 Lower Ferry Road, on January 14, 2020 at 7 pm.

The two-hour H2Open Forum is an opportunity for residents, customers, and public officials—to ask questions about their drinking water and water-utility infrastructure and get information directly from the TWW team. The Q&A session, which lasts an hour and a half, features TWW leaders like Acting Director Steven J. Picco providing information on TWW’s six-year, $405-million-dollar capital plan. Topics of discussion include their $150-million Lead Service Line Replacement Program and corrosion-control project; compliance with state Administrative Consent Orders (ACO); labor-force expansion; and TWW’s proposal to raise rates and fees.

H2Open is an outreach initiative to keep communities informed about all the ways TWW is working to provide businesses and residents in our service area with safe and reliable drinking water.

Trenton Water Works is among the largest publicly owned, urban water utilities in the United States. It supplies an average of 27 million gallons of Delaware River-sourced drinking water per day to 63,000 metered customers. It services more than 200,000 people in Trenton, parts of Hamilton Township, Ewing Township, Lawrence Township and Hopewell Township in Mercer County, New Jersey. Established more than 200 years ago, TWW operates a 60-million-gallon water-filtration plant and water-distribution system that includes a 100-million-gallon reservoir. TWW’s system has 683 miles of water mains varying in size from 4 to 48 inches in diameter, three pump stations, and six interconnections between TWW and other water suppliers.