The footbridges that cross the Passaic River adjacent to the Great Falls are temporarily closed for repairs. To move from Mary Ellen Kramer Park across the river to Overlook Park, visitors can use the Wayne Avenue Bridge. Note the Great Falls Viewing Platform will remain open for visitors. We apologize for the inconvenience.
PVWC will be closed for inclement weather on Tuesday, March 14th, 2017. Emergency service is always available by calling 973-340-4300.
Effect of Our Phosphate Treatment on Recent First-draw Lead Results in Our Main System (PWS NJ1605002)
This map shows the effect of our phosphate treatment on recent first-draw lead results in our main system (PWS NJ1605002). These results are from our Lead and Copper Rule sampling for the most recent monitoring period (July 1 to December 31, 2016). Each dot represents a “Tier 1” sampling location in our State-approved sampling pool.…Details
Effective October 14th, 2016 PVWC customers will no longer be able to pick up lead sample bottles and instructions at our office. To have your water tested, please contact our Customer Service Department at 973-340-4300, during regular business hours to schedule a home visit. Our field technician will then visit your home to drop off…Details
There have been recent news articles about the presence of Hexavalent Chromium, or the “Erin Brockovich” chemical in water systems throughout the United States. The articles are based on a report that focuses on the presence of Hexavalent Chromium, or Chromium-6, in water systems and proposals to create or modify existing regulations for this chemical.…Details
The Safe Drinking Water Act requires the US Environmental Protection Agency to continually evaluate whether new drinking water regulations are needed to protect public health. One possible regulation that EPA has been considering for the past few years is focused on Hexavalent Chromium (also called Chromium-6). To help determine the impact of this potential regulation,…Details
An automatic flushing station has been placed on Summer Street in Lodi. This has been placed at this location to improve our water quality. They are installed onto the fire hydrants and when needed water is automatically released though the bottom diffuser plate. This flushing station is designed to improve and maintain chlorine residuals and…Details