Aging and leaky water mains cost NJ millions
from The Record
Across New Jersey, the aging pipes that move treated drinking water to businesses and homes are so leaky they lose 130 million gallons a day — enough water to fill the Empire State Building about every two days, a new study concludes. The report says that at least 50 million gallons a day — conservatively valued at $10 million a year — could be recovered in a cost-effective way through investments in new or upgraded infrastructure.
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