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SUEZ to Lower the Dam Gates at the Woodcliff lake Dam


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Hillsdale NJ, according Hillsdale emergency management SUEZ will be lowering the dam gates at the Woodcliff lake dam starting today.  The water release will be slow and take a couple of days causing a raise in local brooks (Pascack Brook) water levels . This is being done to bring the reservoir back to its proper level.

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The Sale of the Allendale Water System to SUEZ for $18 Million will be put to referendum on the November 2, 2021

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Allendale NJ,   the borough  of Allendale  is asking residents in the upcoming election to consider selling its water system to Suez Water for $18 million to improve its aging system. The Sale of the Allendale Water System to SUEZ for $18 Million will be put to referendum on the November 2, 2021 General Election Ballot.

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Through August, SUEZ NJ will be performing maintenance on water mains and flushing hydrants in Township of Washington

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Twp. of Washington NJ,  through August, SUEZ will be performing maintenance on water mains and flushing hydrants in Washington Township.
Crews will be using an innovative process to clean water mains and improve water quality and pressure in your area. The technology includes creating a loop between two fire hydrants and pumping water through the loop at a high velocity, scouring the inside of the main. The water is continually circulated through the loop and filtered until it meets all standards. Unlike traditional flushing, where hydrants are opened up and tens of thousands of gallons of water are released, our process doesn’t waste water.
The result: Better water quality and no waste of a precious resource. Please call our customer service representatives at 800-422-5987 if you have any questions or concerns regarding this work.
for any other Water main services please contact A1 water main services in NJ

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Paramus NJ, SUEZ has issued an alert warning customers about scammers who are going door-to-door requesting cash or credit card payments for water bills.


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Suez Works to Get the Lead Out

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Haworth NJ, Nineteen crews are working in 11 municipalities in Bergen and Hudson counties this week as part of an aggressive $16 million project by SUEZ to remove the remaining lead service lines from the system.

With multiple crews working in multiple towns six days a week, lead service lines have been replaced in 35 municipalities this year. More than 2,300 lines will be replaced this year. And SUEZ will keep going until all the lead is removed.

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SUEZ: High Lead Levels Detected in Drinking Water Puts Some Bergen County Households At Risk


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Westwood NJ,108 homes were sampled with 16 across Bergen and Hudson counties showing higher levels of lead than the federal standard. SUEZ, serves 53 municipalities in Bergen County and six in Hudson County .NJDEP records show that the SUEZ water system serves nearly 800,000 people in North Jersey.

Assemblywomen Holly Schepisi commented:

 I just had a conference call with executives at SUEZ water regarding a report today that elevated lead levels were found in the drinking water of some homes in Bergen county. Out of 108 homes tested, higher than permissible lead levels were found in 16 homes. The elevated lead levels likely came either from older lead pipes that extend from water mains under the street into homes or from older lead fixtures in the homes. If you have a newer home or a new built construction you will not be impacted as lead products were no longer used in newer construction.

If you are a customer of Suez in an older home you can find out if you are served by a lead line by checking your account online at, visiting or calling or emailing the customer service center at 1-800-422-5987 and,

Suez will test homes that are served by a company-owned lead service line for free.

In the event your home tests positive for lead above the acceptable government standards a water filter that removes lead will be provided free of charge.

Ridgewood water was effected by similar issues with some older homes in town.

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North Jersey Partners Organizer of Harnessing the Power of the Millennial Workforce


May 6,2018

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Montclair NJ, North Jersey Partners brings you this event with the support of our generous sponsors:

Montclair State University, New Jersey Health Care Talent Network, NJIT Construction-Utilities Talent Network/TDC, Life Sciences Talent Network, NJMEP Advanced Manufacturing Talent Network, NJMEP Transportation, Distribution and Logistics Talent Network and the New Jersey Retail, Hospitality and Tourism Talent Network.

Employers, business owners and human resource professionals are cordially invited to attend our FREE spring event!
Executives from Bayer, Investors Bank, NJ Advance Media, Robert Wood Johnson Barnabas Health, SUEZ and Wawa will share how they have embraced this generation of workers and achieved workplace success. You will also have the opportunity to hear from millennials actively engaged in the workforce who will share their insights into the unique strengths of and challenges facing their generation in today’s labor market.
Millennials will comprise 40% of the workforce population by 2020.
Is your business prepared?

Parking is available at the Red Hawk parking deck on campus. Park on the 5th floor, if possible. The parking fee is $6.00 for a half day and $12.00 for a full day.

Date and Time
Fri, May 11, 2018
8:30 AM – 12:00 PM EDT

Feliciano School of Business
Montclair State University
1 Normal Avenue
Montclair, NJ 07043

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Frigid Weather has Resulted in an Increase in Water Main Breaks around the County


February 11,2018
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Ridgewood NJ, while Ridgewood Water has been upgrading the pipes in Ridgewood and the rest of its service area you may have noticed addition road work around the county by SUEZ Water North Jersey . According to Suez , “Two weeks of frigid weather has resulted in an increase in water main breaks and SUEZ crews have been working around the clock to make repairs, but did you know that before we can begin digging, we are required by law to wait for mark-outs from other utilities? Locating gas lines, sewer lines, telephone, cable or traffic control systems before we dig ensures the safety of the community, our employees and other responders. When you are impacted by a water main break, please be assured that our crews are working to restore your service as quickly and safely as possible – even in the harshest weather conditions”