New Jersey’s largest wastewater treatment plant is still feeling the effects of Superstorm Sandy. The plant in Newark operated by the Passaic Valley Sewerage Commission serves 48 towns in northern New Jersey and has been pumping hundreds of millions of gallons of partially treated wastewater into waterways while repairs proceed. New Jersey’s Department of Environmental Protection asked residents and businesses last week to reduce water usage.
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