Application Period Now Open for Low Income Household Water Assistance Program

New Jersey Residents Can Submit Applications Now The LIHWAP program, which is funded by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, will provide benefits directly to water and wastewater companies, on behalf of residential customers. The assistance can be used, in order of priority, to: *restore services where services have been terminated and pay reconnection fees and other charges … Read More

MPWC Continues to Face Challenges Head-On

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In uncertain times, you can be sure the Merchantville Pennsauken Water Commission (MPWC)  is doing everything in its power to continue to supply the highest quality of water along with the highest quality of services under extreme circumstances. The issue of safe drinking water did not take a back seat to the pandemic. Over the last few years, new regulations … Read More

MPWC Project Update: Water Main Relining Project to Begin Mid-October

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Customer residing in Pennsauken on the 7200 and 7400 blocks of: Walnut Avenue Cedar Avenue Githens Avenue Rogers Avenue Irving Avenue Harvey Avenue or the 2800, 2900, 3000, 3100, and 3200 blocks of Finlaw Avenue The MPWC will be conducting water main relining procedures beginning on in mid-October and continuing through 12/1/2021.  All work will be conducted between the hours … Read More

Payment Arrangements Are Available

The MPWC remains committed to providing our customers with clean, safe and reliable water at all times.  As we prepare for the next phase of returning to normal operations, we’d like to remind you that payment arrangements are available if you have experienced a financial hardship due to the Covid-19 pandemic.  If you need to make arrangements for repayment of … Read More

AN IMPORTANT MESSAGE TO OUR CUSTOMERS ABOUT YOUR WATER BILL

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The MPWC remains committed to providing our customers with clean, safe and reliable water during these uncertain times.  You should have received a postcard mailing regarding Governor Murphy’s voluntary moratorium preventing utility shutoffs to residential and commercial customers during the Covid-19 pandemic expiring. If you are experiencing a financial hardship due to the Covid-19 pandemic, please contact us to discuss … Read More

Service Line Identification Project Continues

New Jersey Assembly Bill 5343 requires all water systems to inventory and replace lead service lines. The majority of our service lines are copper. However, we are required to provide an accurate inventory of the various service line types on the customer owned portion of the service for our entire service area. The information provided here will help you to identify the material of your portion of the water service. You can submit your response by emailing your property address, the service line material identified and, if possible, a photo of the service line where it enters the property to: info@mpwc.com and your response will be recorded to our permanent record. Identifying-Your-Water-Service-LineRead 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