Ocean County Utilities Authority (OCUA) - Central Water Pollution Control Facility

Wastewater Public Utility - Government owned and operated Est. Population Served: 276,149
NJPDES Permit ID: NJ0029408
Associated Municipalities: Barnegat Township, Beachwood Borough, Berkeley Township, Brick Township, Island Heights Borough, Jackson Township, Lacey Township, Lakehurst Borough, Lavallette Borough, Manchester Township, Mantoloking Borough, Ocean Gate Borough, Ocean Township, Pine Beach Borough, Seaside Heights Borough, Seaside Park Borough, South Toms River Borough, Toms River Township
Located at the end of Hickory Lane in the Berkeley Township Section of Ocean County, the Central Water Pollution Control Facility (CWPCF) is home to the Authority Administrative Offices, Fertilizer Manufacturing Division, Central Services and Technical Services Divisions and the Central Division, which is composed of a secondary wastewater reclamation facility and nineteen pumping stations. The treatment facility began operation in November 1979 and is designed to treat a combination of domestic, light industrial and commercial wastewaters as well as septage generated from within the Authority service area. The facility currently has a rated capacity of 32 million gallons per day. After disinfection, treated facility effluent is discharged by gravity flow or by pumping through a 54 inch outfall into the Atlantic Ocean approximately one mile offshore.
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