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  1. TWW Responds to State Report on Operations and Compliance

    Trenton Water Works (TWW) Director Mark Lavenberg today responded to a New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP) letter and report this week discussing ongoing compliance obligations and TWW’s water quality improvements. Read on...
  2. Trenton-Based Scientists Tackle Testing at TWW's Century-old Reservoir

    After relocating their headquarters to the Capital City, Trenton Water Works is working with Princeton Hydro to conduct enhanced water-quality monitoring at the 123-year-old Pennington Avenue Reservoir. Read on...
  3. TWW Asks Service-Area Customers and Consumers to Discontinue Nonessential Outdoor Water

    Trenton Water Works asks customers and consumers in its five-municipality service area to discontinue nonessential outdoor water use until further notice during this unprecedented heat wave. TWW's service area comprises Trenton, Ewing Township... Read on...
  4. TWW Removes 25 Percent of Lead Pipes throughout its Service Area

    Trenton Water Works has removed 25 percent of lead services (lead pipes) from its 683-mile water-distribution system, including at private homes in four municipalities: Trenton, Hamilton, Ewing, and Lawrence Townships. Additional Info...
  1. Replacement Requirements Not Met for Trenton Water Works

    Trenton Water Works (TWW) violated a drinking water requirement. Our water system failed to replace the required number of Lead Service Lines (LSL) by the required deadlines in the Lead and Copper Rule (LCR) and our Administrative Consent Order (ACO)... Additional Info...
  2. An Important Notice About Your Water Bill

    Recently you received a water bill with two adjustments under "Current Activity" that our billing and customer service department did not bill in 2020 because of a COVID-19-related staffing shortage. Many of our employees got sick. Read on...
  3. Trenton Water Works Removes 25 Percent of Lead Pipes throughout its Service Area

    Trenton Water Works (TWW), the 200-year-old public water system operated by the City of Trenton, has removed 25 percent of lead services (lead pipes) from its water-distribution system, including at private homes, Mayor W. Reed Gusciora announced today. Read on...
  4. Customer Service Update - Trenton Water Works

    Due to COVID-19's impact on some of our personnel, TWW's billing and customer service department is closed until December 29. If you have a water emergency or would like to report a damaged fire hydrant, water leak, or water main break, please call... Read on...
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