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Michael J. Barnes

Utility Department Director

Monroe Township Utility Department

HQ Phone:  (732) 521-1700

Direct Phone: (609) ***-****direct phone

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Monroe Township Utility Department

143 Union Valley Road

Jamesburg, New Jersey,08831

United States

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Background Information

Employment History

Chief Engineer

North Jersey District Water Supply Commission


Engineer

Wanaque


Affiliations

New Jersey Water Association

Board Member


Web References(27 Total References)


New Jersey Water Association > About Us > Board Of Directors

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Michael Barnes
Secretary Monroe Township Utility Department, Passaic County


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Michael J. Barnes, P.E., C.M.E., C.P.W.M.
Executive Director Monroe Township Utility Department


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Director Michael Barnes
Water/Sewer Construction Questions:


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"Certainly we'd like to see everything removed," said Michael Barnes, chief engineer for the North Jersey District Water Supply Commission.
The North Jersey District Water Supply Commission tests for more than 90 chemicals, pathogens and lead, and Barnes said the surface water sampled in Upper Ringwood meets or exceeds safety standards even before it reaches the reservoir. While benzene is elevated in groundwater in the Peters Mine area, that is miles away from the reservoir, he said. "We're not seeing that in any of the sampling that we've reviewed," Barnes said.


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There has been an increase of sodium levels in the waters of the Wanaque Reservoir within the last three years, but the increase is not enough to say that "it's statistically significant," said Michael Barnes, an engineer for the North Jersey District Water Supply Commission (NJDWSC).
The NJDWSC runs the state's topmost water-resource system, which includes two major reservoirs, a filtration plant, two river-diversion pumping stations and at least a 95-square-mile watershed area. The highest sodium concentration the NJDWSC has seen in the Wanaque Reservoir is 31 parts per million (ppm). In the last three years, the reservoir experienced a sodium increase from 19 ppm in 2006 to 25 ppm in 2009, according to Barnes. Calcium flakes, which the NJDWSC uses on the Stonetown Road bridge that crosses from the Monksville to the Wanaque reservoirs, cost five times more than rock salt because of the rock salt's availability, according to Barnes. "Rock salt is readily plentiful in many places," Barnes said. There has been an increase of sodium levels in the waters of the Wanaque Reservoir within the last three years, but the increase is not enough to say that "it's statistically significant," said Michael Barnes, an engineer for the North Jersey District Water Supply Commission (NJDWSC). The NJDWSC runs the state's topmost water-resource system, which includes two major reservoirs, a filtration plant, two river-diversion pumping stations and at least a 95-square-mile watershed area. The highest sodium concentration the NJDWSC has seen in the Wanaque Reservoir is 31 parts per million (ppm). In the last three years, the reservoir experienced a sodium increase from 19 ppm in 2006 to 25 ppm in 2009, according to Barnes.


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