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Important Notice To All Residents

The State of New Jersey is in Drought Watch as persistent dry and hot conditions continue to stress water supplies throughout the state.

Did you know the average American uses 100 gallons of water per day?
In the summer, outdoor water use can more than double.
To learn more about what you can do to conserve water, go to: dep.nj.gov/conserve-water

💤Let your lawn go to sleep
🏖️Enjoy the extra time not mowing and go to the beach!
You can do your part to help New Jersey conserve water during these dry months!
Check out https://bit.ly/3zU8gsz [bit.ly] for lawn watering tips!

Help New Jersey avoid a drought emergency this summer! Water is life and every drop counts 💧
🚩If you must water your lawn, water less than 2x per week
🚩Cover your pool when not in use
🚩Use a drip irrigation system
Check out dep.nj.gov/conserve-water for more water saving tips. every-drop-counts-flyer

Due to the drier than usual weather, DEP has declared a statewide drought watch for New Jersey.

During a drought watch, residents are asked to voluntarily conserve water to lessen the stress on our water systems.

For more water conservation tips, visit dep.nj.gov/conserve-water/

Water is a precious resource and a leaky faucet can waste as much as 2 gallons of water a day.
✔️Fix that faucet!
💧Conserve our water
💵Save some money
Check out https://dep.nj.gov/conserve-water/ for more water conservation tips.
#NewJersey #WaterConservation #SummerTime #Faucet

During the summer, more than 30% of water demands needs come from outdoor use.👉 Make a big difference this summer:
👀Water deeply and less frequently
🌿Water roots not leaves
🏡No need to water your lawn more than twice a week

Help us conserve our most precious resource.

Water conservation is important all year long but it is especially important during a drought watch. Little drops have big impacts!
Help preserve our most precious resource. Go to: dep.nj.gov/conserve-water/ for water saving tips.
#NewJersey #WaterConservation #SummerTime


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East Brunswick Water Utility Policy is to schedule all appointments when it is necessary to enter a resident’s home. In most cases, East Brunswick Water Utility employees will only need to enter a home when a resident calls for a service-related problem. All East Brunswick Water Utility employees will be wearing a township uniform, driving a township vehicle, and have a township identification badge.

If for any reason a Water Utility employee asks to gain access to resident’s home without a scheduled appointment, the resident should contact the East Brunswick Police Department at 732-390-6900 or the East Brunswick Water Utility emergency line at 732-390-6793.

The East Brunswick Water Utility values the safety, health and well being of all residents and asks that they be cautious when allowing anyone access to their home.