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PVWC Begins Replacing Thousands of Lead Water Service Lines in its Owner Cities

PVWC Begins Replacing Thousands of Lead Water Service Lines in its Owner Cities

(November 4, 2022) This week, Passaic Valley Water Commission (PVWC) started removing and replacing approximately 6,500 lead service lines in its owner cities of Clifton, Passaic and Paterson. The commission will continue inspecting about 11,000 additional service lines with unknown material. “While we are pleased to start replacing these lead

Hydrant Flow Tests in Paterson

Attention Paterson Customers: On October 25th, 2022 between 2:30pm and 4:30 pm PVWC employees will be conducting hydrant flow tests in Paterson at the following locations: Ryerson Ave & Chamberlain Ave Colonial Ave & Plymouth Rd Christina Pl & Granite Ave Redwood Ave & Granite Ave Customers in the area

Water Main Break in Post Brook

Attention PVWC Post Brook Customers On 10/20/2022 there was a water main break near Schofield Rd and Post Brook Rd S in West Milford. Customer may have had poor pressure, discolored or no water while repairs were made. We are pleased to report repairs were completed around 2am. The following

NJIT Students Visit PVWC Water Treatment Plant

On October 18, 2022, Engineering majors from NJIT toured the PVWC Water Treatment Plant in Little Falls as part of an assignment. These students learned about laboratory operations, including pumping, filtration, raw water, ozonation and most importantly, how PVWC delivers high-quality drinking water. Thank you to the professors and students

Customer Service Week 2022

October 3rd – 7th, 2022 Did you know this past week was Customer Service Appreciation Week? 14 people make up PVWC’s Customer Service Department. From receiving and documenting public complaints and issues; to collaboratively troubleshooting problems with operators, engineers and customers; to coordinating billing issues and resolving delinquent accounts; our

Updated Post Brook PFOS Notice – October 2022

IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT YOUR DRINKING WATER Passaic Valley Water Commission (PVWC)- Postbrook System Has Levels of Perfluorooctanesulfonic Acid (PFOS) Above A Drinking Water Standard PVWC- Postbrook Failed to Take Permanent Action to Bring Our Water into Compliance with the PFOS Maximum Contaminant Level (MCL) Within One Year Our water system

Mount Prospect Ave, Clifton Flushing

Attention PVWC Clifton Customers: PVWC will perform maintenance hydrant flushing on Mount Prospect Ave from Allwood Rd to Hemlock St on October 5th, 2022. Flushing will take place from 4 AM to 7 AM. Customers may experience poor pressure or discolored water during this time. PVWC thanks our customers for

Attention High Crest Customers

PVWC is aware of Butler’s water main break on Hamburg Turnpike. PVWC High Crest customers may experience some discolored water or poor pressure while Butler makes their repairs. If you have any questions regarding this matter, please call PVWC Customer Service at 973-340-4300.

PVWC Honors Retired Executive Director

Passaic Valley Water Commission (PVWC) honored retired Executive Director Joe Bella in a plaque unveiling yesterday. Joe Bella made his return to PVWC’s main office in Clifton where he was greeted by new Executive Director Jim Mueller, PVWC Commissioners, Paterson Mayor Andre Sayegh, and employees old and new. The plaque

Addressing Discolored Water Concerns in Clifton

PVWC’s Executive Director Jim Mueller and staff attended the City of Clifton’s Council Meeting on Tuesday, September 20, 2022 to address recent discolored water concerns in parts of Clifton. Mueller gave a presentation to the Mayor and Council of our findings, along with short and long term solutions. PVWC thanks

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