An Important Message from the MPWC Regarding the COVID-19

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The health and wellness of our customers, vendors and employees is of great importance to us.   We want to share with you that we are being extra vigilant amid peak flu season and the growing concerns around the COVID-19. While our facility is cleaned and sanitized by a professional cleaning service, we are taking extra precautions at all of our … Read More

A Reminder to our Senior and Disabled Customers

Remember to submit your enrollment form for your 2020 discount!    Please note that even if received a discount for 2019, you must apply EACH year to continue receiving your discount.  Stop by our Administrative Headquarters on Westfield Avenue in Pennsauken to pick up an application.  You may also print a copy of the enrollment form by visiting our website at … Read More

NJ Water Works Survey – Residents Name Clean Drinking Water As Top Environmental Priority

TRENTON, March 28, 2018 — Jersey Water Works and New Jersey Future today released the  results of a survey of 1,175 New Jersey residents  conducted in November 2017 that indicated that New Jersey residents believe securing clean, safe drinking water should be the top environmental priority for the new governor and Legislature. Among the respondents, 40 percent rated “protecting our drinking water” as their main environmental concern.  Read the … Read More

The Challenges of Winter in the Water Business

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As winter marches on, we here in the northeast, along with most of the U.S. have been experiencing some of the coldest temperatures seen in quite some time. With extended periods of extreme cold come some of the problems that not just we here at the MPWC, but all water purveyors in the area have had to deal with. Sustained … Read More

MPWC – The One to Beat!

In the Fall issue of the “Pipeline”, a trade magazine published by the New Jersey American Water Works Association, the MPWC was recognized for the second time in three years for winning the “Best Tasting Water in New Jersey” competition. The AWWA establishes consensus standards for water purveyors – as evidenced with the recent enactment of the Water Quality Accountability … Read More

The MPWC And The Pennsauken Fire Department: A Healthy Partnership

From time immemorial, the Merchantville-Pennsauken Water Commission and the Pennsauken Fire Department have shared a strong and beneficial bond. Whether it is maintaining our infrastructure and fire hydrants to support the fire department’s mission of providing fire suppression, or the fire department assisting in our confined space emergency drills, a level of mutual respect and admiration has existed between the … Read More