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Posted on: September 21, 2018

What Residents, Customers and Stakeholders Need to Know

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Overview 

Trenton Water Works’ (TWW) Public Education Forums are designed to encourage attendees—residents, customers, and public officials—to ask questions about their drinking water and related infrastructure and get information directly from TWW representatives. The two-hour forum will involve a one-hour Q&A session including representatives staffing tables that provide information on the science of water treatment, lead in drinking water and localized sources of lead, the water utility’s corrosion-control strategy, and its Lead Service Line Replacement Program, which is replacing lead connectors or “goosenecks” at service-area residences.  

During the one-hour Q&A session, attendees can ask questions of the TWW leadership team: administrators, customer-service reps, filtration-plant, and water-system distribution experts, and communications staff. Other forum discussion topics will include cyber security; a long-standing plan to cover the 100-million-gallon Pennington Avenue Reservoir; and how GIS mapping and other data are used to guide operations, maintenance and planning.  

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