Water Services


Continually working in the interest of public health, Veolia regularly conducts a variety of tests to ensure that water meets state and federal guidelines.

As part of that testing, the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection Agency (NJDEP) and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) require public water suppliers to obtain samples from customers’ homes twice a year for the purpose of lead and copper testing.

Many of you have participated in the program in our last sample program in 2022. Veolia is currently looking to expand that testing base in North Brunswick, and is asking homeowners to participate in the water sampling program.

Please click on the link below for further information on the program.

Water Sampling Participation Letter

The Water Services office is temporarily located at 98 Renaissance Boulevard North (in front of the North Brunswick Township Middle School). Hours of operation are from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.

The Office is open for in-person transactions. A drop box is installed at this location in addition to the drop box at the Municipal Complex. Drop boxes are checked daily during business hours.

Water/sewer payments may be made in-person, online via the Township’s website or by one of the drop box locations (710 Hermann Road and 98 Renaissance Blvd).

For water/sewer billing inquiries and issues, please call (732) 247-0922, extension 458.

The Township entered into a new 20-year agreement with Veolia North America in 2022 for management and operation of the municipal water treatment plant and distribution system.

Please click on the link below for Frequently Asked Questions regarding the agreement.

Frequently Asked Questions

The source of the water supply that is treated by North Brunswick Township is the Delaware and Raritan Canal located in Franklin Township. The water in this canal comes primarily from the Delaware River.

The North Brunswick Township Treatment Plant is a 10 MGD treatment facility originally built in 1963. New filters, control system and solids handling improvements were completed in late 2009. The water plant provides water to more than 11,000 customers – approximately 41,000 people. Our current improvement is replacing all meters with upgraded technology. Phase III plant upgrades began in 2019.


Veolia is the global leader in optimized resource management. With nearly 179,000 employees worldwide, the company designs and provides water, waste and energy management solutions which contribute to the sustainable development of communities and industries. Veolia operates 8,500 water and wastewater facilities around the world and currently serves over 550 communities in North America. For more information about the company, please visit veolianorthamerica.com.

While Veolia North America is always interested in attracting new talent, generally the same dedicated, local staff continues to work hard to deliver high-quality water to you each and every day.

No. There are no changes in rates as a result of the change in management and any cost associated with the rebranding will be borne by the company.

All company phone numbers and addresses will remain the same. Your account number will remain the same. For more information, visit northbrunswicknj.gov/departments/administration/water-services/ or CLICK HERE to access the Payment Portal.

Veolia is committed to working with North Brunswick to invest in a sustainable water system that will last for many years to come. The company brings an unwavering commitment to operational safety and compliance with a wealth of experience and resources. Partnered with Veolia, the innovations and possibilities lead the way for improved water quality and service.

Veolia is active in the communities it serves and will continue to make investments through national, regional and local partnerships. In many communities that will mean an increase in investments.