American Water Works Company Inc.’s Delaware River plant in New Jersey has yet to be impacted by the recent stretch of extreme weather conditions that have taken a toll upon the state’s water infrastructure.
As New Jersey continues to experience record temperatures, American Water Works (AWW) has assured its customers that the Delaware River plant is well-prepared to handle the challenges of the current heatwave. The plant is equipped with a range of protocols and equipment to ensure that the water supply remains safe and reliable for customers.
The plant is equipped with an array of sophisticated technology that helps to monitor and maintain the water quality, such as specialized sensors and filtration systems. These technologies help AWW to detect any potential problems before they can become an issue for customers. Additionally, the plant employs a range of operations and maintenance measures to ensure that the water supply remains safe.
AWW has also implemented several innovative conservation efforts, such as the use of recycled water to supplement supplies during periods of increased demand. This helps to reduce the overall strain on the water system, which is beneficial for both customers and the environment.
AWW has also been actively collaborating with local, state, and federal agencies to monitor and address any potential issues that may arise due to the current weather conditions. AWW’s commitment to safety and reliability is evidenced by the rigorous efforts they have taken to ensure that their customers receive the highest quality water possible.
The Delaware River plant continues to remain vigilant in the face of this extreme weather, and AWW looks forward to providing its customers with safe and reliable water for years to come.