Elaine Super, Authority Clerk
Robin Veloso, Bookkeeper
Lori Ward, Clerk
Tracy Simpson, Clerk
Bill Hiller, Inspector
Jeff Ball, Inspector
Ford Scott Associates, Authority Auditor
Vincent Polistina, Operations Engineer
John Ridgway, Authority Attorney
MUA Meetings are held on the third Wednesday of each month at 5:30 p.m. Typically the meetings are held in the Mayor's Conference Room located on the first floor of the Municipal Building.
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Agendas and Minutes
2018 Monthly Payment Stubs (Estimated Rate)
Change of Information
Cleanout Inspection Form
Credit Card Convenience Fee Information
Demolition Request Form
Direct Debit Form
EHTMUA Rules Regulations
FY12-13 Vendors paid over $17,500
FY13-14 Vendors paid over $17,500
FY14-15 Vendors paid over $17,500
FY15-16 Vendors paid over $17,500
Monthly Payment Instructions, 2018
Monthly Payment Stubs, 2017 Transition Period
Request Connection Permit
Request Information Form
Request Sewer Service Charges
The Egg Harbor Township Municipal Utilities Authority owns and operates its sanitary sewerage facilities in a manner that will protect the public health and environment of the residents and
businesses of Egg Harbor Township.
The Authority has changed its fiscal year. The fiscal year will now coincide with the actual calendar year, January through December.
The final sewer bill for 2017 will be mailed in August. It covers four (4) months, September 1st - December 31st.
Beginning 2018, two bills will be mailed, each covering six (6) months. The first bill will be mailed in mid-December, due on January 15th (covers January - June). The second bill will be mailed in mid-June, due on July 15th (covers July - December).
2018 Annual Sewer Service Bill
Residential Customers - $332.00 Annually/Unit ($166 semi-annually).
Semi-Annual bills will be mailed approximately 4 weeks prior to the bill being due. Bills will be due on January 15th and July 15th.
Commercial Customers - $332.00 annually for the first 80,000 gallons of water usage. $5.75/1,000 gallons of water used in excess of 80,000 gallons. Commercial Customers will be billed quarterly with the following due dates: January 1st, April 1st, July 1st and October 1st.
Penalty: Any sewer charges remaining unpaid after ten (10) calendar days following the due date are subject to a penalty of 18% per annum.
Tax Sale: Any charge remaining on the 11th day of November of the current year is subject to Tax Sale at any time thereafter. (Ch 99, PL 1997)
Grease & Oil
Grease and oils that are poured down the kitchen sink create tremendous problems within the sewer system. The grease and oils can build up and cause blockages in the pipes on your property as well as the main sewer lines in the streets and the pumping stations. This buildup could also result in major sewer spills into yards, streets and waterways.
DO NOT PUT ANY GREASE, FAT OR OILS INTO SINKS, DRAINS OR TOILETS.
Do not dispose of rags, paper towels or any type of disposable wipe or cleaning rag into the sewer system. The buildup of these materials in the pumping stations could result in major sewer spills.
The public sanitary sewer system is not connected to the storm drains located within the roadways.
The pumping of storm runoff and swimming pools into the public sewer system is prohibited.
CALL BEFORE YOU DIG
1-800-272-1000 or 811
If you should experience a backup of sewage into your home please call the EHTMUA at (609) 926-2671 immediately. The cleanout located closest to the street or curbline will be inspected and/or plunged by the Authority. After hours, weekends and holidays, please call (609) 412-5244.
Each home or business tied into the public sewer system will have a cleanout somewhere in the front or side yard. This is the place where the home ties into the sewer system and will generally be near the road. This cleanout is a very important part of the sewer system since it provides access to clean the lines in the event of a blockage or if you experience a back up in your home. These cleanouts must be maintained by the property owner. Each cleanout is to be capped, preferably with a cap made of brass as they are much stronger than the original PVC caps.
The cleanout should be exposed, but cut down to help minimize any damage that may occur due to property maintenance like grass cutting. The cleanout should be covered with a cast iron frame. All new construction is required to have the cast iron frames at the time the house is built.