N.J.’s old water pipes are collapsing. What we can do next | Opinion

N.J.’s old water pipes are collapsing. What we can do next | Opinion

By John F. McKeon New Jersey’s drinking water infrastructure is rapidly approaching the end of its useful life. Of the state’s largest utility’s 8,700 miles of pipeline, over half was installed between 1870 and 1960, and 15 percent of the pipes are between 100 and 140 years old. In less than 10 years, the majority will…

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