Middlesex County Utilities Authority (MCUA)

Wastewater Public Utility - Government owned and operated Est. Population Served: 879,989
NJPDES Permit ID: NJ0020141
Associated Municipalities: Bound Brook Borough, Bridgewater Township, Carteret Borough, Cranbury Township, Dunellen Borough, East Brunswick Township, Edison Township, Fanwood Borough, Franklin Township, Green Brook Township, Helmetta Borough, Highland Park Borough, Jamesburg Borough, Metuchen Borough, Middlesex Borough, Milltown Borough, Monroe Township, New Brunswick City, North Brunswick Township, North Plainfield Borough, Old Bridge Township, Perth Amboy City, Piscataway Township, Plainfield City, Plainsboro Township, Sayreville Borough, Scotch Plains Township, South Amboy City, South Bound Brook Borough, South Brunswick Township, South Plainfield Borough, South River Borough, Spotswood Borough, Warren Township, Watchung Borough, Woodbridge Township
The Middlesex County Utilities Authority (MCUA) has preserved and protected central New Jersey’s environmental resources through responsible waste management and stewardship of the environment around the Raritan River and Raritan Bay since its creation in 1950. The Authority, a public entity, was established by the Middlesex County Board of Chosen Freeholders (see below) to manage the county’s wastewater and solid waste services, but our mission doesn’t stop there. We are committed to promoting public health, protecting environmental resources, and sustaining the development and growth of Middlesex County through efficient and responsible operations of our Wastewater Treatment Facility and the Middlesex County Landfill, which has a direct impact on the quality of life of over 800,000 residents and businesses in central New Jersey.
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