New Jersey Water Association (NJWA) strives to provide reliable, efficient, and most of all quality support to water and wastewater systems throughout New Jersey. We have been privileged to provide services such as technical assistance, training, source water protection, UAV tank inspections, line location, GPS/GIS service, emergency response planning, leak detection, and board training free of charge through the federal United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) and the United States Environmental Protection Agency (US EPA) programs.

NJWA currently serves utilities under the following federal programs:


Circuit Rider Program
Wastewater Training and Technical Assistance
Sourcewater Protection Program
Energy Efficiency Circuit Rider Program


Training and Technical Assistance Program
Please Note Our New Address: 

New Jersey Water Association
505 US Highway 9
Lanoka Harbor, NJ 08734

Letters of Support
Has a New Jersey Water Association staff member helped with a line location or leak detection request? Has someone visited your system and help draft your annual Consumer Confidence Report? Is your system one of many that we have written a Sourcewater Protection Plan for? Or has our staff assisted in any other way?


We would like to hear about it!

Has our training sessions been of value to you or your employees? We are respectfully requesting your continued support for the New Jersey Water Association (NJWA) and the National Rural Water Association. 

These letters of support act as visual evidence of the effectiveness of our programs and are written by YOU! Letters can be from members or non-members, and simply need to say that The New Jersey Water Association provided a valuable service to you. Sample letters are available on our website to assist you in writing a letter of support if you are interested in doing so. 

Continued funding would allow NJWA to maintain its training classes and on-site assistance. The federal dollars that are appropriated to National Rural Water Association (NRWA) are distributed to the states permitting the NRWA state affiliates to provide vital training and hands-on technical assistance to water and wastewater systems. Without these programs, communities would lose a valuable resource, which assists them in maintaining safe drinking water and complying with wastewater standards set to protect the environment. This valuable service saves hundreds of thousands of dollars every year for these systems since the technical staff is available free of charge. Increased regulations and costs are already hitting these systems very hard. NRWA’s training and technical assistance offered through the states is an essential resource to these communities struggling to provide safe drinking water and protect the environment they serve. 

Please mail letters on system letterhead. 

Mail To: 

New Jersey Water Association.
505 US Highway 9
Lanoka Harbor, NJ  08734
P: (609) 242-7111
Fax: (609) 242-7112


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