City of Hoboken is in the process of replacing century-old water mains as part of its
Washington St. Project. Fifteen new rain gardens are also planned. Check out the latest photos and updates
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Speakers include: Keynote address: Dawn Zimmer, Mayor, City of Hoboken;
Plenary Panel: James Florio, Former Governor, State of New Jersey, Lisa Plevin, Former Chief of Staff, USEPA Region 2, Cindy Ehrenclou, Executive Director, Raritan Headwaters Association.
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Save the date! Friday, Dec. 1: The third annual Jersey Water Works Conferenceis a day-long event that will bring together state and local decision-makers, practitioners and stakeholders to address water infrastructure issues, explore innovative solutions, and celebrate the Jersey Water Works collaborative.
Imagine a Day Without Beer! The Value of Water Campaign's Imagine a Day Without Water event will take place Oct. 12. This year, Jersey Water Works will be celebrating the value of water in a fun and unique way. More details to come!
Storm Water Solutions Top Projects: Storm Water Solutions invites industry professionals to nominate remarkable and innovative stormwater and erosion control projects for recognition at the fall Virtual Expo and in the November/December 2017 issue of the magazine. Nominations must be made by Sept. 1.
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