American Water Invests in Water Main Upgrades in Cinnaminson

The company is replacing water mains that were installed in the 1950s and 1960s in Cinnaminson.

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By the end of April, New Jersey American Water is expected to complete approximately $1.3 million in water main replacements in Cinnaminson, Mount Holly and Riverton.

When the new water mains are put into service, customers can expect increased water flows, more reliable water service, and improved fire service. More than 11,000 feet of new mains are being installed in the following areas:

Along Waterford Avenue (from Parry Road to Woodhaven Road) and on Fountain Circle and Fountain Court, New Jersey American Water is installing, new eight-inch, cement lined ductile iron water mains to replace the six- and eight-inch unlined cast iron, and concrete mains that were installed in the 1950s and 1960s.

Mount Holly
New, eight-inch, cement lined, ductile iron pipe will replace 60 year-old cement pipe on Rutland Avenue, between Bartram Avenue and Grant Street.

Unlined, cast-iron water mains that date back to the 1920 ranging from two to six inches in diameter are being replaced by cement lined, eight-inch ductile iron mains along 2nd Street (from Morgan to Linden), 3rd Street (from Howard Street to Main Street), Cinnaminson Street (from 2nd Street to Broad Street), and Elm Avenue (from School Street to Broad Street).

The water main improvements are part of New Jersey American Water’s capital program to accelerate the renewal of water infrastructure that is reaching the end of its useful life in more than 100 communities across the state.  

-Press release from the American Water Company
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