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Middlesex authority gets $1M toward treatment plant project

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The Middlesex County Utilities Authority will receive an additional $1 million for a project to provide bypass pumping for the Sayreville sewage treatment plant damaged by Hurricane Sandy. 

The latest funding is being provided by the Federal Emergency Management Agency via a Hurricane Sandy aid package. The authority has received a total of almost $77.9 million to repair the damaged Sayreville pump station, provide bypass pumping for the Sayreville sewage treatment plant, and install and operate a surge diversion facility to minimize surges to the pump station in the event of a future storm.

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