Coronavirus and Your Drinking Water
At Brick Township Municipal Utilities Authority (BTMUA), the health and safety of our customers, communities and employees is our top priority. We provide essential services that
are critical for our customers and much like other public agencies in New Jersey and across the U.S., BTMUA has activated our preparedness plans and continues to monitor situational
updates provided by the Center for Disease Control, World Health Organization, and the New Jersey Office of Emergency Management as well as other state and federal organizations.
We are continuously evaluating the situation and latest developments to determine how we can adapt and evolve our response, as necessary, to support our customers and communities.
BTMUA’s drinking water treatment processes provide protection including filtration and disinfection of all our water supplies. These treatments are effective in removing viruses.
Our water continues to meet all current federal and state drinking water standards. For additional information about the coronavirus and drinking water and wastewater please visit:
Environmental Protection Agency - Americans can continue to use and drink water from their tap as usual
World Health Organization - Water treatment practices effective against COVID-19, WHO says
In an effort to keep our customers safe during the pandemic, BTMUA is suspending service shut offs at this time. If your service has been turned off, prior to March 13th, 2020,
we will restore your service. We will continue to evaluate this situation as more information becomes available. BTMUA is also suspending non-essential indoor appointments.
Our Staff will accommodate customer needs by calling our Office at 732-458-7000 during our normal business hours, Monday through Friday, 8am to 5pm.
For additional information about the coronavirus, please visit:
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
World Health Organization
Thank you for your trust in BTMUA as we continue to provide you with safe, clean, reliable water and wastewater services.
Reminder to Our Customers
DO NOT FLUSH DISPOSABLE WIPES DOWN THE TOILET
With the increased use of disposable wipes during this Coronavirus pandemic, we are reminding our customers to make sure you DO NOT flush wipes
down the toilet. Disposable wipes, even those labeled as flushable, do not properly breakdown as toilet paper does in the sewer system.
Flushing these wipes can potentially cause blockage of sewer lines and sewage pumps being clogged.
This could result in sewage backing up into your home or spills to the environment, in addition to costly and time consuming repairs.
Please make sure disposable wipes are thrown IN THE TRASH and NOT flushed down the toilet.
BTMUA greatly appreciates your cooperation in maintaining a healthy sewer system for our community.