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The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine
Saturday, August 24 2019 @ 03:37 AM EDT
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The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine

BOIL WATER ADVISORY LIFTED FOR BERGEN COUNTY AND NORTH HUDSON COUNTY CUSTOMERS


8/6/2007 5:10:21 AM – United Water received official notification from the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection to lift the boil water advisory for Bergen and North Hudson county residents. The boil water advisory was issued Saturday due to problems at the Haworth Water Treatment Plant following lightning strikes during Friday night’s storm. Lightning affected power provided by PSE&G as well as the emergency generators at the water plant.Laboratory results showed that the water remained safe at all times while the advisory was in effect. Customers were advised to boil water as a precautionary measure until full power was restored to the plant, water samples were collected throughout the system and water quality tests were conducted on those samples. Those results were provided to the NJDEP yesterday.

PSE&G restored full power to the plant at approximately 3:00 p.m. Saturday and the outdoor water advisory was lifted on Sunday. “The power failure due to the lightning strikes was a major inconvenience for residents,” said Jim Glozzy, vice president and general manager of United Water. “We owe our residents a sincere thank you for their patience and understanding during this emergency. We also owe a debt of gratitude to the hard work and effort of the Bergen County Office of Emergency Management and the Hudson County Office of the Emergency Management along with the local police and fire departments for their assistance.”

“And we would like to also recognize our United Water employees who worked around the clock to resolve this matter as quickly as possible” said Glozzy.

For current information customers can visit www.unitedwater.com or call 1 800 422 5987.

United Water New Jersey provides water service to more than 750,000 residents in Bergen and Hudson counties in New Jersey. Its parent company, United Water, provides water and wastewater services to 7.7 million people in the United States.
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