|A distinguished panel will examine the challenges facing water infrastructure renewal including financing, aging infrastructure and regulated environmental mandates.|
|WHO:||Robert Hanna, president of New Jersey BPU; David Baker, president of New Jersey American Water; Mike Kirwan, CEO of Somerset County Business Partnership; Michele Siekerka, asst. commissioner of New Jersey DEP; James Hughes, dean of Bloustein School at Rutgers University; Dennis Doll, CEO of Middlesex Water Company; Alan Brady, managing director of PlanSmartNJ; and Phillip Beachem, president of New Jersey Alliance for Action.|
|WHEN:||Friday, August 3, 2012|
|8 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.|
|WHERE:||New Jersey American Water|
|Canal Road Water Treatment Plant|
|701 Randolph Rd|
|WHY:||The American Society of Civil Engineers’ Report Card for American Infrastructure has given our nation a “D-“rating in infrastructure. New Jersey is in need of extensive upgrading to its infrastructure can support the state’s growing population. By 2020, approximately 15 percent of new Jersey American Water’s nearly 9,000 miles of water and sewer main will be 100 years old and nearing the end of its useful life. The company believes that investing and upgrading water infrastructure maintains reliable water service that will sustain future development in New Jersey, makes the state attractive to business, and creates employment opportunities.|
Water Infrastructure – A Link To Economic Growth In New Jersey
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