Department of Water Pollution Control
The Hamilton Township Department of Water Pollution Control (WPC) operates a regional wastewater treatment facility with a capacity of 16 million gallons per day (MGD) and an average daily flow of 9.0 MGD. The Utility has been in operation for 81 years and is currently serving over 100,000 residents from three municipalities with a collection system containing 350 miles of sewer lines and 31 pumping stations in its 40 square mile service area.
The primary mission of the WPC is to provide high quality user service while protecting the public and the environment. As part of our outreach program to the public, we offer tours of our facility to schools and community groups. We are proud to serve the citizens of Hamilton Township and the ratepayers of the WPC system.
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Carrie D. Feuer, P.E., Director
Hamilton Township Department of Water Pollution Control
300 Hobson Avenue
Hamilton, NJ 08610
Phone: (609) 581-4140
Fax: (609) 581-4094
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Hours of Operation:
Monday through Friday: 8 am – 4 pm