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Water main projects to continue in Cherry Hill

Foot-by-foot, mile-by-mile, New Jersey American Water continues to replace old water mains and install new pipes for its customers in Camden County.

In Cherry Hill, an approximately $120,000 project is underway to install new water main beneath Waverly Road, between Old Orchard Road and Roanoke Road. More than 1,500 feet of eight-inch, cement-lined, ductile iron pipe will replace a six-inch, unlined cast iron main that was originally put into service in the 1960s.

New Jersey American Water is also investing nearly $230,000 to replace a 1960s era, six-inch, unlined cast iron pipe with a new eight-inch, cement-lined ductile iron pipe on Rockingham Road between Bortons Mill Road and Farmington Road.

The three projects are expected to be complete by the end of April.

Previously New Jersey American Water completed approximately $1.35 million of main installations in Cherry Hill on Arthur Drive, Brian Drive, Fireside Lane, Folkstone Way, Kitty Hawk Road and Rolling Lane.
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.

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