Boil water advisory still in effect today for parts of Middlesex County
The company i ssued the advisory after it lost power and secondary power at its intake station in New Brunswick which resulted in significant loss of water pressure throughout its 750-mile water system.
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#1 Nov 7, 2012
DEP just issued this - 1 pm Wednesday:
CUSTOMERS OF MCUA ADVISED TO FURTHER REDUCE WATER USE TO LIMIT POLLUTING RUNOFF INTO RARITAN RIVER AND RARITAN BAY
For related concerns, see this:
Ten Days After Sandy, Millions of Gallons of Raw Sewage Continue To Flow Into NJ Rivers From Knocked Out Sewage Treatment Plants
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