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The Benchmark Hub helps utility managers and state leaders dive into the factors that contribute to the need for water infrastructure investment. Here you will find the details, measures, reports, results, and data that we’ve gathered for every water and wastewater system in the state.

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Number of drinking water service lines reported to be made of lead (system-level)

This measure is a regulatory requirement.

At an individual system level, this metric shows the number of service lines within the drinking water system's service area that are reported to be comprised of or contain some level of lead in the utility-owned and/or property-owned sections, based on drinking water system reports last submitted to NJDEP on July 21, 2022 . Generally, service lines refer to the pipes that deliver water from the water main to an individual building.

Note: Per the LSL replacement law signed in July 2021, galvanized service lines will now be counted as lead service lines. For each utility, the number of known lead service lines (LSLs) reported over time may increase as the water system positively identifies more LSLs (reducing the value reported for the metric “Number of drinking water service lines reported to be of unknown composition”), or decrease as more known LSLs are removed; both are improved results. However, it is important to note that, over the course of one year, the number of verified LSLs might increase but some LSLs might also be replaced, which could offset the increase.This metric is updated annually using data reported to NJDEP and does not reflect real-time status for your water system. Visit your drinking water utility website via the JWC system finder page to see the current status on replacing lead service lines. To visit NJDEP Drinking Water Watch visit NJDEP Drinking WaterWatch .

Data Source: NJ Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP)