Notice is hereby given that sealed bids for Miscellaneous Construction Services will be received, publicly opened and read aloud by the Executive Director of the Cumberland County Utilities Authority, 333 Water Street, Bridgeton, NJ at the hour of 10:00 AM, prevailing time, on Tuesday, July 12, 2022. Late bids will be returned unopened. 

Work under this contract may include but is not limited to emergency and scheduled repairs of gravity sewer mains, forced sewer mains, concrete removal and installation and bituminous paving removal and installation on an “as needed” basis. 

Responsive Bidders must register by email to smick@ccuanj.gov. 

Bids shall be made on the bid forms provided and in the manner prescribed. They shall be enclosed in sealed envelopes bearing the legend: 

Bid for: Misc. Construction Services Specification No. C2-00008 

Bidders are required to comply with the requirements of P.L. 1975, C. 127 (NJAC 17:27). 

The Cumberland County Utilities Authority reserves the right to waive any informality in any bid and to reject any or all bids as provided for in the instructions to bidders. 

Bid Specifications may be viewed & downloaded at www.ccuanj.gov under Current Projects or may be obtained from the Cumberland County Utilities Authority, 333 Water St., Bridgeton, NJ 08302, daily between 8:30 AM and 3:00 PM for a $10 fee. 

B. Carlson, Executive Director 

Licensed Operator

Cumberland County Utilities Authority is accepting applications for a full time Licensed Wastewater Operator with Excellent benefits. Applicant must reside in Cumberland County, have a minimum of One (1) year experience in operation and/or maintenance work in wastewater treatment or wastewater collections systems field. Must possess a NJ Wastewater Treatment System Operator’s License S-1, valid driver’s license and High School diploma. Position responsibilities are located on our website www.ccuanj.gov on the Current Projects page.

Apply in person:
333 Water St.
Bridgeton, NJ
8:30-4 Mon thru Fri or online @: www.ccuanj.gov.

An Equal Opportunity Employer

Keeping Wipes Out of the Pipes!

This video reminds the public of “best practices” when it comes to wipes. Please don’t flush wipes and instead to put them into the trash.
Please follow the link to view.

Providing Sewer Treatment – Since 1898

The upgraded Cumberland County Utilities Authority Wastewater Treatment Plant has served as a sewage treatment center for over 100 years.

Just before the turn of the century, in 1898, Bridgeton installed a holding tank close to the river at what is now 333 Water Street. Collection pipes were added to serve the growing Atlantic Street residential community nearby. Prior to this time, cesspools had been the only type of sewage treatment in the city.

In 1927, Bridgeton built its first secondary treatment plant on the site. This consisted of a small pumping station, a primary settling tank, called an Imhoff Tank and a fixed nozzle trickling filter. Solids collected periodically from the tank were put back on the surrounding farmlands as fertilizer. The system had a capacity of 400,000 gallons per day of waste and serviced the city on the western side of the Cohansey River by gravity flow. In 1930, a collection system and pumping station on the east side of the Cohansey River were constructed to accommodate growing commerical and residential development. read more

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