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Water Treatment Plant Expansion Project

Borough of Sayreville

The Borough of Sayreville is consolidating its two water treatment facilities by closing its small pressure filter plant located in the Morgan section of the Borough and expanding its modern larger, multi-stage filtration plant on Bordentown Avenue. The construction includes a 90-foot diameter pre-treatment reactor clarifier, the installation of a membrane treatment system in parallel with the existing dissolved air flotation and gravity filter system, the installation of four additional two-vessel granular activated carbon polishing filters and associated piping, chemical storage and feed equipment, membrane cleaning and neutralization facilities, processes and equipment. The construction will increase the capacity of the existing plant from 7-mgd to 14-mgd. With the exception of the construction of the new clarifier, which was constructed behind the existing treatment plant building, the majority of the new equipment was installed within the existing structures.