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Township of Edison

Water and Wastewater Systems


Condition Assessment

Report May 2017 /


Presentation April 2019
Water and Wastewater Systems Condition Assessment
Assessment Reports Scope and Focus

Water Wastewater
Township Owned Distribution System Township Owned Sanitary Sewer System

• Pipelines • Gravity Pipelines


• Meter Chambers • Pressure Pipelines (Force Mains)
• Interconnections • Sewage Pump Stations
• Storage Facility

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Water and Wastewater Systems Condition Assessment
Assessment Reports Scope and Focus

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ASSET SITE INSPECTIONS CONDITION VALUATION CAPITAL
INVENTORY ASSESSMENT IMPROVEMENT
Inspected above- Replacement Cost
System Mapping ground facilities System Description Prior Needs Review
Development and Assumptions for Useful
Review Scored/rated facility Regulatory Compliance Life of Assets System Renewal
based upon physical
Tabulation of size and condition System Age Straight-line Need and Risk Based
length of pipelines Depreciation for
Residual Value or
Above-ground facility
capacity review Achieving and
Maintaining 50%
Replacement Cost
Value

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Water System Condition
Assessment

Water System Summaries


Water System Condition Assessment
Water System Summary of Utilities Serving Edison Township

1 2
NJ American Water Company Middlesex Water Company
(NORTH -INMAN AVE AREA) (EAST SIDE)

3
Edison Water Company
(WEST SIDE)

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Water System Condition
Assessment

Water System Summary of Utilities


Serving Edison Township

OWNED by Edison Township

LEASED to Edison Water Co.


(subsidiary of NJ American Water
Company)
Water System Condition
Assessment
Water System Summary

Supply Pipe Material Customers System Assets


• 88% From NJAW • Cast Iron • 12,800 Accounts • 810,000 Ft of Pipe
(Formerly (153 Miles)
• Asbestos Cement • Approx. 1,475
Elizabethtown
Senior Accounts • 3,075 Valves
Water) • Ductile Iron
• 1,160 Hydrants
• 12% From • Concrete
Middlesex Water Co

Pipe Sizes Age Water Use Prior Improvements


• Range From 2” To 24” • 12% OVER 80 Years Old
(Built 1920 – 1950) • Daily Use Ranges • APPROX. $1M
• 3% is 4” Or Smaller
• 50% OVER 60 Years Old From 5.5 MGD to (1998-2016)
• 36% is 6” Diameter (Built 1950-1970) 6.3 MGD
• 28% is 8” Diameter • Only 2% Built In Past 20
• 33% is 10” or Larger Years (1997-2017)

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Water System Condition
Assessment
Water System Assessment

Distribution Aging Concerns Estimated Water Quality


• Approx. 22,000 • Pipe – (Composite Age) - Replacement • No Violations Reported
LF of Pipe is Approx. 50% Useful Life Value(Approx.) (2012 – 2018)
Undersized
• Valves and Hydrants –
Approx. 15% Useful Life $215 M
System Needs
Breaks System Integrity Estimated (Edison Water Co.)
• 2000’s 15-25 per • Leakage Reported Residual • Area A - Plainfield
year At 23% or 440 Value(Approx.) Ave/Lincoln Hwy – 21,000
MGY,or LF of Main
• Approx. 1.2 MGD • Area B – Sine / Ash / Carol
• 2013-2015 65-70
per year $95 M / Clausen – 3,100 LF of
Main
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Water System Condition Assessment
Water System Capital Improvement Recommendations Summary

DISTRIBUTION
SYSTEM
RENEWAL-
UPGRADE TESTING
INSTRUMENTATION
AND CONTROLS AT • PIPE
METER CHAMBERS CONDITION
TESTING DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM
• LEAKAGE RENEWAL-
REPLACEMENT/LINING
TESTING
• SUSPECT AREAS
VALVE
REPLACEMENT AT • ANNUAL
NON-METERED • 1.1% OF PIPE
EMERGENCY PER YEAR (9,000
FT/YR)
INTERCONNECTIONS
• NJ WATER
ACCOUNTABILITY
ACT.

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Water System Condition Assessment
Water System Capital Improvement Expenditures Summary

• Immediate Improvements – $5,610,000

• Annual Main Improvements - $2,140,000 Per Year

• Interconnection Maintenance - $60,000 Per Year

• 40-YEAR TERM - $91M+ (Excluding Inflation)

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Wastewater Systems Condition
Assessment

Wastewater System Summaries


Wastewater System Condition Assessment
Wastewater System Summary of Township Owned Facilities

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Collection Systems Pump Stations

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Force Mains Treatment at MCUA

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Wastewater System
Condition Assessment

Wastewater System Summary

WHOLLY OWNED by Edison


Township
Wastewater System Condition
Assessment
Wastewater System Summary

Treatment Conveyance Pipe Sizes Flow


6” – < 0.3%
By Middlesex County System 5 Year Avg. 14.8 MGD
8” – 77% 2018 – 17.2 MGD
Utilities Authority 21 Pump Stations
10” to 15” – 11% 2016 – 12.6 MGD
11.5 Miles Of Force Main
16” to 24” – 5%
Connected At 8 Meter
Chambers 27” to 48” - 3%

Collection Pipe Materials Age Customers


System Vitrified Clay -15% 57 Years (Composite)
25,900 Accounts
Asbestos Cement – 48% VCP – 82 Years Old
300+ Miles of Sewers 24,285 Residential
Cast Iron – 0.4% Cast Iron – 67 Years Old
1,615 Comm./Ind.
Ductile Iron – 0.6% ACP– 52 Years Old
6,800 Manholes 2,830 Senior
Reinforced Concrete – 6% PCCP – 47 Years Old
PCCP – 0.1% PVC – 27 Years Old
PVC - 4%
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Wastewater System Condition
Assessment
Wastewater System Assessment-Gravity
Estimated Regulatory
Size Concerns Age Concerns Replacement Compliance
• 4,100 LF of 6” Avg Age over 57 years Value
Sewer Over 1,000 Brick MH’s Over 30 reported incidents To

Oldest Sewers 90+ years old $588M NJDEP in past 5 years


3 Rehabilitation projects over
20 Years - $1.5M

Data Concerns System Leaks Estimated < 1% of sewers addressed in


20 Years
15+ miles of unmapped 2+ MGD avg year
Residual Value
mains Remaining Useful Life
76+ miles of unknown
4+ MGD in 2018
Max. Day – 40+ MGD
$171M
material Approximately 30%
Costs over $1.3M/Y
23 miles of private
sewer
Investigation requires 3
years and approx. $5M
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Wastewater System Condition
Assessment
Wastewater System Assessment-Pump
Stations & Force Mains

Pump Stations Rating Recent PS Estimated


Upgrades Replacement Value
11 over 50 years old Average life 40 years
Eastside PS - $1,028k
12 have 20% Useful • Building life 60 years National PS - $349k
$33.2 M (PS)
Life Remaining • Mech. equip – 20 years Security - $100k $24.2 M (FM)

Force Mains Investigation Recent FM Estimated Residual


Repairs Value
Range from 4” – 24” not performed
17 built 1948 – 1977
Eastside FM Spot
Repair
$9.6 M (PS)
advanced technology
5 failed in past 3 yrs required National FM Spot $6.4 M (FM)
Repair
Westside FM Spot
Repair
Westside FM 2,000 Ft
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Wastewater System Condition Assessment
Wastewater System Capital Improvement Recommendations Summary-Immediate Years 1-2

WESTSIDE FM
EVERGREEN PS – UPGRADE PH. 2 -
REPLACE PUMPS 2,600 LF
AND CONTROLS REPLACEMENT
(ONGOING) (PENDING)

NATIONAL PS – INFLOW AND


REPLACE INFILTRATION
CONTROLS, REDUCTION – (IN
REPLACE 2019, MCUA
GRINDER, MISC PLACED EDISON
(ONGOING) TWP ON NOTICE)

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Wastewater Systems Condition Assessment
Wastewater System Capital Improvement Recommendations Summary-Long Term
I. ACHIEVE AND MAINTAIN 50% REPLACEMENT VALUE
A. No particular / specific projects
B. goal is to “catch up” and then maintain value at 50% of useful life of the assets

II. NEED AND RISK BASED APPROACH


A. Prepare a 5 year specific plan
B. Years 6-40 (based on probability of failure and consequence)
1. Pump Stations
i. rank & address 1 per year
2. Gravity Sewers
i. approx. 210,000 ft. (40 miles/13% 0f system) 1st 20 yrs
3. Force Mains
i. 9 high priority
ii. 8 medium priority
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Wastewater System Condition Assessment
Wastewater System Capital Improvement Recommendations Summary-Estimated Costs

Component 2017 - 2037 2037-2057 TOTAL

GRAVITY SEWERS $93.3M $123.4M $216.6M

PUMP STATIONS $27.7M $16.6M $44.3M

FORCE MAINS $20.8M $3.5M $24.3M

TOTAL $141.8M $143.5M $285.3M

ESTIMATED COST (* NOT ADJUSTED FOR INFLATION)


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Water and Wastewater Systems
Condition Assessment

Final Summaries
Water and Wastewater Systems Condition Assessment
Overall Water and Wastewater System Capital Improvement Summary

Water Wastewater
Township Owned Distribution System Township Owned Sanitary Sewer System

$91M OVER $285M OVER

40 YEARS 40 YEARS
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