Warren Township Renews Applied Water Management Contract

New Jersey’s Warren Township Sewerage Authority has renewed the management contract for wastewater operations with Applied Water Management, a subsidiary of American Water.

The April 14 press release said the contract is the subsidiary's largest wastewater operations and maintenance contract, spanning five years with two possible five-year extensions.

Michael Strauss, Warren Township Sewerage Authority chair, said: "AWM has proven over the last 10 years their capabilities and high standards of stewardship of the authority's system, and we look forward to continuing our partnership over the next five years."

Under the renewed contract, Applied Water Management will continue to manage the wastewater operations for three treatment plants and 17 pump stations for a population of more than 14,000 in Warren Township.

“We are extremely pleased to be awarded this contract renewal and are committed to delivering excellent service that the Warren Township can depend upon,” said Tim Davies, chief executive officer of Applied Water Management.

The Applied Water Management Group is headquartered in Hillsborough, N.J., and provides customized water and wastewater management solutions to real estate developers, industrial clients, and small to mid-sized communities nationwide.

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