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Outdoor Watering Restrictions Could be Lifted Soon for NJAW Customers

An update from the water company says it will discuss with the DEP an "incremental lift" of outdoor watering restrictions, which have been imposed on customers since last weekend.

Outdoor Watering Restrictions Could be Lifted Soon for NJAW Customers Outdoor Watering Restrictions Could be Lifted Soon for NJAW Customers Outdoor Watering Restrictions Could be Lifted Soon for NJAW Customers Outdoor Watering Restrictions Could be Lifted Soon for NJAW Customers

Good news for all the browning lawns and wilting hydrangeas in certain parts of Monmouth County: The outdoor watering restrictions that have been imposed upon New Jersey American Water customers since last weekend could begin to be lifted on Saturday.

According to an update released by the water company on Friday, with production capacity restored and "transmission capacity to the Middletown zone nearing completion," officials are considering a gradual lifting of since a

The update, issued by Kevin Watsey, government affairs manager for NJAW, stated that officials "plan to discuss with NJDEP an incremental lift of water use restrictions for NJAW customers beginning on July 7."

The update also indicates that a rise in water demand from Thursday into Friday, coupled with three consecutive days of sunny skies and over 90-degree temperatures, "supports a careful and incremental approach to lifting outdoor water use restrictions for NJAWC customers.

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