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WINTERFEST ICE SKATING AT COOPER RIVER

The Camden County Board of Freeholders is bringing back ice skating at Cooper River!  Opening ceremonies will take place on November 28th at 6:00 PM.  Please see attached flyer for more information.  Winterfest Flyer Cooper River

LEAF COLLECTION

Leaf collection will begin the week of October 20th.  Please look for signs posted in your neighborhood giving you advance notice of the week in which public works will be in your area to collect the leaves.  Remember inclement weather may alter the collection schedule.   Only piles will be collected.  DO NOT RAKE LEAVES INTO GUTTER OR STREETS.  DO NOT BAG LEAVES.  Please remember not to block storm drains.  The last day for yard waste collection will be Monday, November 3rd.  Next week yard waste will be collected on Tuesday, October 14th, due to the Columbus Day holiday.

Runnemede Public Wastewater Collection System – Orchard Avenue Pump Station E

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Runnemede, NJ – August 28, 2014 – Sewer Discharge Runnemede Public Wastewater Collection System – Orchard Avenue Pump Station E

On Sunday August 24, 2014, Runnemede Sewer Pump Station E failed causing a discharge of wastewater from two manholes into the wooded area nearby.

The Runnemede Sewer Department responded to the Orchard Avenue Pump Station and restored operations at approximately 6:00 pm Sunday evening after a member of the public, walking through the woods, reported the incident to a Sewer Department Supervisor.      

On Monday August 25, 2014, representatives from the Borough of Runnemede, NJ Department of Environmental Protection, and County Department of Health visited the site and verified that the remediation actions taken by Runnemede Sewer Department have alleviated any potential hazard to the public.  

NJ Department of Environmental Protection has estimated that approximately 300,000 gallons of wastewater discharged from two manholes associated with the pumping station, which are in close proximity to a tributary stream to Hirsh Lake. As a result, NJDEP Division of Fish and Wildlife has been monitoring both the tributary stream and Hirsh Lake this week.

It has been determined that the pump failure was caused by an excessive buildup of grease in the stations wet well and that the high water level alarm failed to operate causing a delayed response.  

The Borough is reviewing operational procedures related to this incident and will implement corrective action to prevent a reoccurrence of this nature.