Halstead Street Sanitary Sewer Pipe Lining Project
For all residents on Halstead Street, Water Street and Rachel Court, please see the notice below from the Town’s contractor, National Water Main Cleaning Company, regarding the “Halstead Street Sanitary Sewer Pipe Lining Project” that will be commencing shortly. This purpose of the project is to make necessary repairs to the main sewer line on Halstead Street (Near Water Street) and commencing South to Lower Center Street.
In addition to the contact information below, you can always contact the Town of Clinton Waste Water Treatment Plant at 908-735-8383 for additional information.
This is to inform you that the sewer connections in your neighborhood will be televised, grouted, and cleaned with a Grouting Rig, TV truck and JetVac truck on or about Tuesday October 11, 2016 from 7pm to 5am Wednesday October 12, 2016 within the next Two (2) days. During the course of this work there will be atemporary disruption of sewer service to your residence or business for approximately 8 hours. Subsequent sewer lining will also begin the following week and you will be notified again in advance with associated work details and dates/times.
Our field crew will notify you when the work is being conducted. In event that this work takes place when you are not home, if you do not see our crews on your street it is safe to use your facilities. If you have any questions or concerns during the course of our work, please do not hesitate to ask for the Site Supervisor or Crew Foreman at the location.
If you have any questions or concerns that our Site Supervisor or Crew Foreman cannot provide an answer for, please do not hesitate to call our office at 973 483-3200.
Thank you very much for your help and cooperation!
To avoid the possibility of flows backing up into your property during this period,please limit all liquids from going down your drains, such as sinks, toilets and showers when possible. DO NOT use washing machines or dishwashers during. While not anticipated, please report any back-up issues to the Site Supervisor.
During certain phases of the operation, you may detect an odor. Odors are most likely in buildings with dry or non-existent traps. In most cases, pouring one or two gallons of water down sinks and opening your windows can minimize any odors.
If you have a sump pump that discharges into sewer, it must be disconnected during our installation process.
We may need to request access to your basement and/or bathroom if problems arise.
If you have any questions, please call the National Water Main Project Manager Tony Nocerino at 862-354-4019 or Assistant Vice President Joe Perone at 973 483-3200.
THANK YOU FOR YOUR COOPERATION
NATIONAL WATER MAIN CLEANING CO.