Municipal Building in Pilesgrove - New Jersey

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Project Description

A 1,650-square-foot rain garden was installed in 2015 at the Pilesgrove municipal building. The rain garden captures and infiltrates stormwater runoff from the municipal building’s parking lot to prevent nonpoint source pollution. The project was installed in partnership with the Pilesgrove Township, Association of New Jersey Environmental Commissions, and the Rutgers Cooperative Extension Water Resources Program.

Project Details

Address:
1180 US 40, Pilesgrove, NJ 08098

Implementation Project Cost:
$34,544.40

BMP:

Bioretention System (Rain Garden)


Annual Stormwater Capture:
estimated 332,100 gallons

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