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Wastewater Management Plan

for Morris County

AmendingtheFollowingAreawideWaterQualityManagementPlans:
UpperRaritan,Northeast,UpperDelawareandSussexCounty

SubmittedbytheBoardofChosenFreeholdersofMorrisCounty
DateofCurrentSubmittal:June30,2015
ApprovedbytheNewJerseyDepartmentofEnvironmentalProtection:

_________DateAdopted:June30,2015_____________________

PreparedBy:
ChristineMarion,PlanningDirector
MorrisCountyPlanningBoard
POBox900
30SchuylerPlace,4thFloor
Morristown,NewJersey079630900
(973)8298120

TableofContents
VolumeI
I.

II.

III.

IV.

V.

Introduction ........................................................................................................................................1
Alternative Assignment of Wastewater Management Planning Responsibility .......................1
Previously Approved WMPs within Morris County ....................................................................1
Overview of Morris County..............................................................................................................3
Overview of Current Wastewater Service ......................................................................................4
Overview of Current Water Supply Service ...................................................................................5
Overview of Major Environmental, Regional and Local Considerations to Wastewater
Service ..................................................................................................................................5
Overview of Future Wastewater Service Areas .............................................................................6
Sewer Service Areas (SSA).........................................................................................................6
General Service Areas (GSA).....................................................................................................6
Summary of Significant Actions .......................................................................................................6
Existing Infrastructure ......................................................................................................................8
Wastewater Collection System Infrastructure ................................................................................8
Major Wastewater Treatment Facilities...........................................................................................8
Minor Wastewater Treatment Facilities ........................................................................................11
On-site, Non-industrial Wastewater Facilities......................................................................11
Industrial Treatment Works for Process Wastes and Sanitary Sewage ............................11
Public Water Supply Facilities ........................................................................................................12
Environmental and Other Land Features ....................................................................................17
Environmental Features ..................................................................................................................18
Surface Waters and Classifications.........................................................................................18
Freshwater Wetlands ................................................................................................................18
Suitable Habitat for Threatened and Endangered Species .................................................18
Natural Heritage Priority Sites ...............................................................................................18
Steep Slopes ...............................................................................................................................19
Mapping of Environmentally Sensitive Areas .............................................................................19
Mapping of Other Features .....................................................................................................19
Delineation of Service Areas and Planning Integration ..........................................................20
Sewer Service Area Delineation .....................................................................................................20
Introduction ...............................................................................................................................20
Draft Sewer Service Areas Created By NJDEP .....................................................................20
Sewer Service Areas in Environmentally Sensitive Areas ..................................................20
Planning Integration ........................................................................................................................21
Highlands Water Protection and Planning Act ....................................................................21
Delaware River Basin Commission ........................................................................................22
Future County Wastewater Demand and Facilities ..................................................................23
Future Wastewater Generation in Sewer Service Areas .............................................................23
Wastewater Projections in Urban Municipalities ................................................................23
Wastewater Generation Projections in Non-urban Municipalities ....................................24
Septic System Development within Sewer Service Areas ...................................................25
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Future Wastewater Generation in General Service Areas.......................................................... 25


Wastewater Generation Projections in Urban Municipalities ............................................ 25
Wastewater Generation Projections in Non-urban Municipalities ................................... 26
VI. Wastewater Capacity Analysis ..................................................................................................... 27
Sewer Service Area Wastewater Capacity Analysis ................................................................... 27
Discussion of Sewer Service Area Wastewater Capacity Analysis ................................... 32
General Service Area Evaluation ................................................................................................... 32
Discussion of General Service Area Results ......................................................................... 40
Compliance with Environmental Protection Standards ............................................................. 40
Environmental Protection Ordinances .................................................................................. 40
VII.Future County Water Supply ........................................................................................................ 43
Future Water Demand..................................................................................................................... 43
Sufficiency of Water Supply ........................................................................................................... 53
Appendices
Appendix A Alternative Assignment of WMP Responsibility
Appendix B USEPA Section 201 Map Revisions or Grant Waivers
Appendix C - Wastewater Facility Tables
Glossary and Definitions

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List of Tables
Table 1 - Current WMPs That Remain in Effect .............................................................................. 2
Table 2 - Municipalities Not Addressed in the WMP for Morris County ................................... 2
Table 3 Major Wastewater facilities and Municipalities Served ................................................ 8
Table 4 - Water Supply Utilities Municipalities Served ............................................................... 12
Table 5 - Municipalities Intending to Conform..22
Table 6 Urban Municipalities ........................................................................................................ 23
Table 7 - 20 Year Wastewater Flow Projections for Urban Municipalities....24
Table 8 Sewer Service Area Evaluation by Facility and Municipality .................................... 28
Table 9 - Facilities and Municipalities Subject to Further Review..32
Table 10 General Service Area Evaluation by HUC11, HUC14 and Municipality ............... 33
Table 11 - HUC's Subject to Further Review..40
Table 12 - Status of Municipal Ordinances and Master Plan ...................................................... 41
Table 13 - Incremental Water Demand by PWSID and Municipality ........................................ 44

List of County Maps


Map 1 Jurisdictional Boundaries
Map 2 Existing Served Areas (SSA)
Map 3 Future Wastewater Service Area
Map 4 Generalized Zoning
Map 5A Environmental Features Hydrologic Features
Map 5B Environmental Features Natural Resources
Map 6 Water Supply

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Volume II

Chatham Township (1405) [Adopted January 30, 2014]


Introduction..1
Existing Infrastructure.1
Environmental and Other Land Features.5
Delineation of Service Areas and Planning Integration..5
Significant Actions6
Future Wastewater Demand and Facilities..7
List of Tables
Table 1a: NJPDES (DGW) Minor Permit Facilities within Chatham Township that
discharge 2,000 gpd or more..3
Table 1b: Additional NJPDES (DSW) Minor Permitted Facilities within Chatham
Township4
Table 2a: Chatham Township Build-out Table (SSAs)8
Table 2b: Treatment Works Approvals.9
Table 3: Chatham Township Build-out by HUC11 (GSA).9
Table 4: Water Supply Demand10
List of Municipal Maps
Map 2M Existing Sewered Areas (SSA)
Map 3M - Future Wastewater Service Area
Map 4M - Municipal Zoning

Florham Park Borough (1411)


See currently adopted WMP for Florham Park Borough (adopted February 23, 2012)
Jefferson Township (1414) [Adopted June 30, 2015]
Introduction..1
Existing Infrastructure.1
Environmental and Other Land Features.7
Delineation of Service Areas and Planning Integration..7
Significant Actions10
Future Wastewater Demand and Facilities..10
Lake Hopatcong Restoration Plan for Jefferson Township.14
Water Use and Conservation Management Plan.16
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List of Tables
Table 1a: NJPDES (DGW) Minor Permit Facilities within Jefferson Township that
discharge 2,000 gpd or more..3
Table 1b: Additional NJPDES (DSW) Minor Permitted Facilities within Jefferson
Township4
Table 2a: Jefferson Township Build-out Table (SSAs)12
Table 2b: Treatment Works Approvals.13
Table 3: Jefferson Township Build-out by HUC14 (GSA).13
Table 4: Water Supply Demand15
List of Municipal Maps
Map 2M Existing Sewered Areas (SSA)
Map 3M - Future Wastewater Service Area
Map 4M - Municipal Zoning

I.

Introduction

Wastewater Management Planning is part of the continuing planning process required by


the New Jersey Water Quality Planning Act (N.J.S.A. 58:11A-1 et seq.) and Section 208 of the
federal Clean Water Act. The intent of the continuing planning process is to align federal,
state, regional and local land use planning to ensure that these land use plans do not conflict
with each other.
The provision of environmental infrastructure, in particular centralized sewer service, has a
profound influence on development patterns and intensity. The wastewater management
planning process is intended to assign an appropriate wastewater management treatment
alternative to geographic areas based on environmental sensitivity and other land use
planning objectives such as regional center-based development or open space preservation.
The extension of public sewers into areas designated for protection by federal, State,
regional or local land use plans would be inconsistent with those protection objectives.

Alternative Assignment of Wastewater Management


Planning Responsibility
As of the date of submittal, wastewater management planning responsibility for the entire
County remains with the County Board of Chosen Freeholders, except for the Township of
Washington. The Township of Washington is currently the entity responsible for the
wastewater management planning in that municipality as per NJAC 7:15-5.13. (See
Appendix A)
The Morris County Board of Chosen Freeholders has identified the Morris County
Department of Planning and Public Works, Division of Planning and Preservation (MCP&P)
as the county agency charged with Wastewater Management Plan (WMP) preparation and
maintenance. Any proposed revisions or amendments to this wastewater management plan
shall be submitted to MCP&P.

Previously Approved WMPs within Morris County


The WMP for Morris County incorporates or replaces part or all of a variety of previously
approved WMPs prepared by municipalities and wastewater authorities.
The Water Quality Management Plan (WQMP) rule provides that any local WMP
previously approved by the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP)
may remain in force and effect until six (6) years from the date of the adoption of this plan.
In Morris County, only the Township of Washington, Township of Chatham and the
Borough of Florham Park have currently valid WMPs as listed in Table 1.
Table 1 lists previously adopted WMPs. The information from the Florham Park Borough
adopted WMP is incorporated by reference in this WMP for Morris County. The remaining
municipalities, for which Morris County is the responsible wastewater management
planning agency, are represented by the municipal chapters found in Volume II of the
WMP. This WMP will be updated as individual municipal chapters are adopted.
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Table 1 - Current WMPs That Remain in Effect


WMP Planning Area

Municipality
(or parts thereof)

Adoption Date

Chatham Township
Florham Park Borough

Chatham Township
Florham Park Borough
Morris Twp.
East Hanover Twp.
Hanover Twp.
Washington Township

January 30, 2014


February 23, 2012

Washington Township

July 24, 2012

The WMP for Morris County Volume II includes a chapter for Chatham Township,
Jefferson Township and Florham Park Borough. Municipalities that are not part of this
WMP for Morris County are listed in Table 2 below.
Table 2 - Municipalities Not Addressed in this WMP for Morris County
Boonton Town

Boonton Township

Butler Borough

Chatham Borough

Chester Borough

Chester Township *

Denville Township

Dover Town

East Hanover Township

Hanover Township

Harding Township

Kinnelon Borough *

Lincoln Park Borough

Madison Borough

Mendham Borough

Mendham Township

Mine Hill Township

Montville Township

Morris Township

Morris Plains Borough

Morristown Town

Mountain Lakes Borough

Mt Arlington Borough

Mt Olive Township

Netcong Borough

Parsippany-Troy Hills Township


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Long Hill Township

Pequannock Township

Randolph Township *

Riverdale Borough

Rockaway Borough

Rockaway Township *

Roxbury Township

Victory Gardens Borough

Wharton Borough *
Note: Municipalities listed in bold with an asterisk are conforming to the Highlands RMP. Those chapters are
being developed cooperatively by the Highlands Council and the municipality. This table will be updated as
individual municipal chapters are adopted.

Overview of Morris County


Morris County, located in north-central New Jersey, occupies an area of approximately 481
square miles or 308,000 acres. The County has developed since the 1700s, moving from east
to west along canals, railways and later, major roadways, following the availability of
vacant land. Development concentrated in the eastern portion of the County, where land is
relatively level, spreading from metropolitan areas to the east. Early patterns of
development focused in well-defined towns such as Morristown, where commercial and
high density residential uses were clustered, with lower density residential and agricultural
uses fanning out from the center. The development of the towns like Netcong, Dover,
Montville and Boonton has been comparable, where industrial facilities, often located in
proximity to the Morris Canal (and later railways), functioned to create centers with
decreasingly intense uses located around them.
Development patterns post-WWII have been influenced largely by increased automobile
ownership and the construction of new roadways, which opened up greater opportunities
for commercial development, workforce commuting and access to formerly rural areas of
the County for residential and other development. Also driving changing land use patterns
was the introduction of single use zoning outside of existing centers, a practice which
separated residential, commercial and industrial uses, increasing land requirements,
creating modern suburbs and hastening the development of marginal farms for other uses.
This conversion of rural to suburban development began in earnest in the 1960s.
The progress of this ongoing conversion has slowed substantially in the last decade.
Significant factors include a reduction in the availability of wastewater treatment capacity
and the dwindling supply of vacant, developable land. The current economic downturn has
hindered new applications for development, except in the northern and southwestern
portions of the county, where significant development in the Highlands Preservation areas
has virtually stopped as a result of the passage of the Highlands Water Protection and
Planning Act.

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Present development patterns reflect both historic trends and modern zoning requirements.
Higher density residential use is focused in traditional centers and urbanized areas found
principally in the eastern portion of the County or in centers located along major
transportation corridors (Route 10, Route 46 and Route 80) which bisect the Countys
northern and southern areas. The availability of existing wastewater infrastructure remains
a principal determinant of this higher density development, which is reflected in
Morristowns current building boom and in recent plans for downtown redevelopment in
the Town of Dover. Lower density, large lot single family housing is focused primarily in
the northern and northwest and in the southern and southwestern portions of the County,
where the availability of infrastructure is limited; where topography has made development
more difficult and where larger lot zoning has been more prevalent.
Areas of commercial development remain in historic centers, within traditional downtown
shopping districts, many of which are connected by rail. With few exceptions, the amount of
such use continues to fall or focus increasingly on local service needs. Newer industrial,
office and major retail uses are found in greatest concentrations straddling Routes 10 and 46,
or in the vicinity of Routes 80 or 287, which typically connect older historic centers.
Following national trends, larger retail malls and big box centers focus on these roadways,
as do large office or office/industrial uses or campuses. Modern commercial development
demands proximity to these major transportation corridors for easy access to commuting
employees and to regional markets and customers.
As per the recent Decennial Census from the U.S. Census Bureau, Morris Countys
population in 2010 was 492,276. The most recent estimate places the countys population as
of July 1, 2012 at 497,999 (U.S. Census Bureau, 2012 Population Estimates Program), a 5.9%
increase since 2000. The countys rate of population growth is somewhat higher than the
States rate of 5.4%, and ranks near the middle compared to the other 20 counties which
range from a high of 13.6% (Ocean) to a low of -5.9% (Cape May)1.

Overview of Current Wastewater Service


Centralized wastewater treatment systems in Morris County serve approximately 41% of
the total County area and approximately 70% of the total County population. Centralized
wastewater treatment systems treat flow collected from within their designated SSA. SSAs
may include industrial businesses that discharge process wastewater to the collection
system for treatment by a facility not owned by that business. The wastewater collection and
treatment infrastructure generally serve the more densely populated urban and suburban
communities. Details of these existing systems are presented in Section II.

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SOURCE: http://www.morrisplanning.org/databook/Population/Pop-Trends-Counties-1970-2012.xls

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Rural and less densely developed areas not served by SSAs are defined as General Service
Areas (GSAs) and are predominantly served by septic systems, also referred to in this WMP
as Individual Subsurface Sewage Disposal Systems (ISSDS).
There are no combined sewers that include both storm water and wastewater in the same
system within Morris County.

Overview of Current Water Supply Service


Public community water supply systems in Morris County serve approximately 55 percent
of the total County area and approximately 85 percent of the total County population. The
water supply infrastructure generally serves areas that are also served by sewers. Individual
onsite wells generally serve the more rural and less densely developed areas in the County.
Details on these existing water supply systems are presented in Section II Existing
Infrastructure and VII Future County Water Supply.

Overview of Major Environmental, Regional and Local


Considerations to Wastewater Service
The Water Quality Management Planning Rules (N.J.A.C. 7:15) generally exclude the
extension of sewer service into large contiguous areas, defined as 25 acres or more of the
following environmentally sensitive features:

Wetlands;

Riparian zones: (300-feet in width) along both sides of a Category One (C1)
waterway; 150 feet in width along trout producing/trout maintenance, etc; and 50
foot along all other waterways (N.J.A.C. 7:13)

Natural Heritage Priority Sites; and/or

State and Federal threatened and endangered species habitat as depicted in NJDEP
Landscape Project Area database (Rank 3, 4, 5).

A more detailed discussion of these environmental considerations is presented in Section III,


Environmental and Other Land Features. Additional regional and local land use planning
objectives used in delineating appropriate areas for public sewer service are discussed in the
Section IV Delineation of Service Areas and Planning Integration and in each individual
municipal chapter included in this WMP.

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Overview of Future Wastewater Service Areas


Sewer Service Areas (SSA)
Sewer service areas (SSA) are those lands from which generated wastewater is designated to
flow to a domestic treatment works or industrial treatment works, i.e. a sewage treatment
plant. The NJDEP delineated the SSA, with input from Morris County, municipalities and
the public, by reviewing the previously approved SSAs and removing contiguous
environmentally sensitive areas of 25 acres or more pursuant to the sewer service area
delineation criteria at NJAC 7:15-5.24.
The following facilities are seeking approval to increase their NJPDES permit effluent limits
to reflect either existing or future expected wastewater flow to these facilities.

There are none at this time.

General Service Areas (GSA)


All areas not in a SSA, including those areas withdrawn from the SSA as described above,
are designated as General Service Areas, Planning Flows of 2,000 Gallons per Day (GPD) or
less, and are served by individual subsurface sewage disposal systems (ISSDS), i.e. septic
systems.
Proposed developments with anticipated discharge to groundwater (DGW) planning flows
greater than 2,000 gpd that require a New Jersey Pollution Discharge Elimination System
(NJPDES) permit, or that proposed significant modifications to an existing NJPDES
permitted facility, will require amendment of this WMP and subsequent adoption by
NJDEP.
It should be noted that flow is not a permit limit per se, but is the basis on which NJPDES
effluent limits are calculated. Section V Future County Wastewater Demand and Facilities
presents the results of the build-out analysis for each SSA and the associated sewage
treatment plants.

Summary of Significant Actions


The Water Quality Management Planning Rules adopted on July 7, 2008 necessitated a
modification to certain SSAs based on environmental sensitivity and local planning
objectives as described in this document. Map 2M and 3M in each municipal chapter shows
the changes in SSA as a result of this wastewater management plan. Maps with the
designation M are municipally based (i.e. 2M, 3M, 4M) versus the county-wide maps
which are numbered 1, 2, 3, 4, 5a, 5b, 6. Municipally based maps will be created for each
municipal chapter that is developed.
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Chatham Main (Chatham WPCP #1 [NJ0020290]) and Chatham Glen (Chatham


WPCP #2 [NJ0052256]) are being combined. This is necessitated as per an
Administrative Consent Order (ACO) between the NJDEP and Chatham Township
dated June 26, 2003 to address Total Dissolved Solids (TDS) effluent limitations that
Chatham Main is unable to meet. All flow from Chatham Glen will be pumped to
Chatham Main to be treated. The outfall from Chatham Main will be relocated to a
new location in the main stem of the Passaic River near the current Chatham Glen
outfall upon an adopted amendment to the Northeast New Jersey WQMP (this
WMP). The proposed discharge point will be downstream from the location where
the Black Brook enters the Passaic River.
Upon relocation of the outfall pipe to discharge treated combined wastewater from
these two facilities, the NJDPES permit for Chatham Glen NJDPES/DSW Permit No.
NJ0052256 will no longer be required and will be terminated.

The Township of Jefferson currently operates two wastewater treatment plants that
are located in close proximity to each other; Waters Edge/Moosepac and White
Rock Lake Treatment Plants. It is the intent of the Township to eliminate the
Moosepac Treatment Plant and pump all wastewater from this service area to the
White Rock Lake Facility. The White Rock Lake facility currently has enough
capacity to accept the flow from Moosepac without expanding. Both of these STPs
are located in the Preservation Area and are subject to NJDEP Highlands
Regulations and conformance with the Highlands Regional Master Plan.

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II. Existing Infrastructure


This section addresses wastewater and water supply infrastructure and facilities within the
County.

Wastewater Collection System Infrastructure


Major interceptors, trunk lines and pumping stations within the various SSAs for public
wastewater treatment facilities are shown on a municipal basis on Map 2M found in each
individual municipal chapter.

Major Wastewater Treatment Facilities


Table 3 below lists the major domestic wastewater treatment facilities and the municipality
or municipalities they serve. There are 25 major facilities serving Morris County. For the
purpose of this WMP, major facilities are generally considered to fall into one the following
categories:

Non-industrial facilities that provide treatment to an entire municipality or

A regionalized treatment plant serving two or more municipalities in one or more


counties or:

Residential or multi-use facilities serving distinct areas within municipalities where


the potential for additional wastewater generation could occur.

Existing SSAs served by these wastewater facilities are shown on a county-wide basis on
Map 2 and on a municipal basis on Map 2M found in each individual municipal chapter.
Future SSAs proposed for each wastewater facility are shown on a county-wide basis on
Map 3 and on a municipal basis on Map 3M found in each individual municipal chapter.
Tables in Appendix C provide detailed information on each facility.
Existing wastewater infrastructure within the County was delineated with the use of
collaborating information from municipalities, previous wastewater management plans,
existing infrastructure documentation, and input from local wastewater entities.
SSAs may include industrial businesses that discharge process wastewater to the collection
system for treatment by a facility not owned by that business.
Table 3 Major Wastewater facilities and Municipalities Served
Wastewater Utility

Municipalities Served

Ajax Terrace Water Pollution

Roxbury Township
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Wastewater Utility

Control Plant
Chatham Township WPCP #1
(Chatham Main)
Chester Borough Wastewater
Treatment Plant
Clover Hill Sewage Treatment
Plant
Florham Park Sewerage Utility

Greystone Park Psych. Hospital

Hackettstown Municipal
Utilities Authority Sewage
Treatment Plant

Hanover Municipal Utilities


Authority Sewage Treatment
Plant

Hercules Company WPCP


Long Hill Township Sewage
Treatment Plant
Mendham Borough Sewage
Treatment Plant
Molitor Water Pollution Control
Facility (Madison-Chatham
Joint Meeting)
Morris Township (Butterworth
Sewage Treatment Plant and
Woodland Sewage Treatment
Plant)

Municipalities Served

Chatham Township
Chester Borough
Mount Olive Township
Borough of Florham Park
East Hanover Township
Morris Township
Denville Township
Parsippany-Troy Hills Township
Mount Olive Township
Washington Township
Hackettstown (Warren County)
Independence (Warren County)
Mansfield (Warren County)
East Hanover Township
Hanover Township
Morris Plains Borough
Morris Township
Parsippany-Troy Hills Township
Roxbury Township
Long Hill Township
Mendham Borough
Chatham Borough
Chatham Township
Madison Borough
Florham Park Borough
Madison Borough
Harding Township
Morris Township
Morris Plains Borough
Morristown Town
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Wastewater Utility

Municipalities Served

Morristown Sewer Utility


Sewage Treatment Plant

Parsippany Troy-Hills Township


Randolph Township
Hanover Township
Morris Township
Morristown Town
Mount Olive Township

Mount Olive Villages Sewer


Company Sewage Treatment
Plant
Musconetcong Sewerage
Authority Sewage Treatment
Plant

Parsippany-Troy Hills Sewage


Treatment Plant

Rockaway Valley Regional


Sewerage Authority Sewage
Treatment Plant

Two Bridges Wastewater


Treatment Plant

Mount Arlington Borough


Mount Olive Township
Netcong Borough
Roxbury Township
Jefferson Township
Bryam (Sussex County)
Hopatcong (Sussex County)
Stanhope (Sussex County)
Denville Township
East Hanover Township
Montville Township
Livingston Township (Essex County)
Mountain Lakes Borough
Parsippany-Troy Hills Township
Boonton Town
Boonton Township
Denville Township
Dover Town
Mine Hill Township
Montville Township
Parsippany-Troy Hills Township
Randolph Township
Rockaway Borough
Rockaway Township
Victory Gardens Borough
Wharton Borough
Butler Borough
Kinnelon Borough
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Wastewater Utility

United Water Mid-Atlantic


(Arlington Hills) Sewage
Treatment Plant
Washington Township
(Schooleys Mountain
Wastewater Treatment Plant,
Long Valley Wastewater
Treatment Plant)
White Rock Lake Sewage
Treatment Plant

Municipalities Served

Lincoln Park Borough


Pequannock Township
Riverdale Borough
Bloomingdale (Passaic County)
Fairfield (Essex County)
North Caldwell (Essex County)
West Caldwell (Essex County)
Mount Arlington Borough
Roxbury Township
Washington Township

Jefferson Township

Minor Wastewater Treatment Facilities


All facilities that are not classified as major facilities described above were categorized as a
minor facility.

On-site, Non-industrial Wastewater Facilities


These minor facilities serve single developments, sites or other properties under single
ownership, but do not treat industrial flows. These facilities typically provide wastewater
treatment for apartment complexes, commercial properties and businesses where regional
sewerage is not available. Tables 1a (DGW) and 1b (DSW), found in each municipal chapter,
list all existing on-site, non-industrial treatment facilities that discharge 2,000 gallons per
day or more of domestic wastewater and are regulated under a NJPDES permit. Details of
these facilities can be found within the municipal chapters and are shown on municipal map
3M and facility tables are included in Appendix C.

Industrial Treatment Works for Process Wastes and Sanitary Sewage


These minor facilities serve industrial land uses with independent wastewater treatment
facilities that treat and discharge manufacturing process waste or sanitary sewage, rather
than other types of effluent such as non-contact cooling water. They may be discharged to
groundwater or to surface water. Tables 1a (DGW) and 1b (DSW), found in the municipal
chapters, list all existing industrial treatment works that discharge 2,000 gallons per day or

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more of process and wastewater and are regulated under a NJPDES permit. Details of these
facilities can be found within the municipal chapters and facility tables are included in
Appendix C.

Public Water Supply Facilities


Table 4 lists the 65 (PWSIDs) public community water supply facilities and the municipality
or municipalities they serve. The areas served by existing public water supply facilities are
depicted on Map 6.
Existing public water supply facilities within the County were delineated with the use of
municipal and parcel boundaries in correlation with previous water supply data, existing
infrastructure documentation, and input from local water supply entities.
Table 4 - Water Supply Utilities - Municipalities Served
PWSID# Water Supplier

Municipalities Served
Chatham Township
Florham Park Borough
Harding Township

712001

New Jersey American Water Company


Mendham Borough
Mendham Township
Long Hill Township

1401001

Boonton Town

Boonton

1401002

Boonton Town

Boonton Township

1402001

Merry Heart of Boonton

Boonton Township
Butler Borough

1403001

Butler Borough Water Department


Kinnelon Borough

1404001

Chatham Boro Water Department

Chatham Borough

1406001

NJAW(Elizabethtown Water Co)

Chester Borough

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PWSID# Water Supplier

Municipalities Served

1406002

NJAW(Elizabethtown Water Co)

Chester Borough

1407001

Four Seasons

Chester Township

1408001

Denville Township Water Department

Denville Township
Dover Town
Randolph Township

1409001

Dover Water Department


Rockaway Township
Victory Gardens Borough

1410001

East Hanover

East Hanover Township

1411001

Florham Park Water Utility

Florham Park Borough

1413001

Lakeshore Water Company

Harding Township

1414003

Milton System (Jefferson Twp)

Jefferson Township

1414006

Loziers Trailer Park

Jefferson Township

1414008

Oak Ridge Mobile Home Park

Jefferson Township

1414009

Mountain Shore Water Supply

Jefferson Township

1414011

Lake Hopatcong (Jefferson Township)

Jefferson Township

1414013

Sun Valley Park Company

Jefferson Township

1414014

Sandy Point Mobile Home Park

Jefferson Township

1414016

Vassar Road

Jefferson Township

1415001

Fayson Lake Water Co

Kinnelon Borough

1416001

Passaic Valley Water Commissioners

Lincoln Park Borough


Pequannock Township
1416004

Pequannock Township Water Dept

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PWSID# Water Supplier

Municipalities Served
Lincoln Park Borough
Florham Park Borough

1417001

Madison Borough
Madison Borough

1418002

NJAW

Mendham Borough

1419001

Roxiticus Water Company

Mendham Township

1420001

Mine Hill Township Water Dept

Mine Hill Township

1421003

Montville Township

Montville Township

1421004

Plausha Park Inc

Montville Township

1422001

NJAW

Florham Park Borough


Morris Township
Chatham Township
Hanover Township
Harding Township
1424001

Southeast Morris County MUA

Mendham Township
Morris Township
Morris Plains Borough
Morristown

1425001

Mountain Lakes Water Dept

Mountain Lakes Borough

1426004

United Water

Mount Arlington
Borough

1427001

Mount Olive Villages (NJ Vasa)

Mount Olive Township

1427002

Mount Olive Water Dept (High Ridge)

Jefferson Township

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PWSID# Water Supplier

Municipalities Served
Mount Olive Township

1427003

Mount Olive Water Dept (Indian Spring)

Mount Olive Township

1427005

Mount Olive Water Dept (Clover Hill)

Mount Olive Township

1427006

Mount Olive Water Dept (Sand Shore)

Mount Olive Township

1427007

Mount Olive Water Dept (Village Green)

Mount Olive Township

1427008

Mount Olive Water Dept (Juckett/Pine


Crest)

Mount Olive Township


Mount Olive Township

1427012

Mount Olive Water Dept (Lynwood)

Mount Olive Township

1427014

Mount Olive Water Dept (Carlton Hills)

Mount Olive Township

1427015

Mount Olive Water Dept (Tinc Farm)

Mount Olive Township

1428001

Netcong Borough Water Dept

Netcong Borough

Par-Troy Hills Water Dept

Parsippany-Troy Hills
Township

1429001

Kinnelon Borough
1431001

Pequannock Township Water Dept

Lincoln Park Borough


Pequannock Township
Chester Borough
Denville Township
Jefferson Township

1432001

MCMUA

Mine Hill Township


Mount Arlington
Borough
Mendham Borough

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PWSID# Water Supplier

Municipalities Served
Parsippany-Troy Hills
Township
Randolph Township
Roxbury Township
Wharton Borough

1432003

Randolph Township

Randolph Township

1433001

Riverdale Borough and PVWC

Riverdale Borough

1434001

Rockaway Borough Water Dept

Rockaway Borough
Rockaway Township
1435001

Hoffman Homes

Rockaway Township

1435002

Rockaway Township Water Dept

Rockaway Township
Jefferson Township

1435003

Picatinny Arsenal

1436002

Roxbury Water Company

1436003

Rockaway Township
Roxbury Township
Mount Arlington
Borough

Roxbury Township Water Dept

Roxbury Township
1436006

Roxbury Township Water Dept

Roxbury Township

1436007

Roxbury Township Water Dept

Roxbury Township

1438001

Cliffside Park Association

Washington Township

1438003

Washington Twp MUA (Hager-Long


Valley)

Washington Township

1438004

Washington Twp MUA (Schooly's


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PWSID# Water Supplier

Municipalities Served

Mountain)
1438006

Sherwood Mobile Home Park

Washington Township

1815001

New Jersey American Water

Chester Township

1911002

Lake Stockholm Inc

Jefferson Township

2108001

Hackettstown MUA

Washington Township

III. Environmental and Other Land Features


This section includes a description of environmental and other land features used as
constraints in preparation of this WMP. These features are significant to wastewater
management planning for three reasons: they may influence the delineation of SSAs, they
may reduce the potential future wastewater generation due to existing regulatory programs,
or they may be subject to federal grant limitations that prohibit the extension of sewer
service into these areas. These features have been used in the development of maps of
environmentally sensitive areas of 25 acres or more (ESA 25) where the extension of SSAs is
restricted (see Section IV - Delineation of Service Areas, below). Environmentally Sensitive
Areas are defined as any contiguous area of 25 acres or larger consisting of any of the
following features alone or in combination:

State and Federal Threatened and Endangered Species Habitat as shown on the
NJDEPs Landscape Project (Ranks 3, 4, 5) database.

Natural Heritage Priority Sites excluding urban lands as identified by NJDEP using
2002 Land Use/Land Cover geographical information systems database as amended
and updated.

Category One waters and their tributaries. Surface waters that are designated
Category One are listed in the Surface Water Quality Standards at N.J.A.C. 7:9B.

Wetlands as mapped pursuant to 2007 Land Use/Land Cover shapefile available


from NJDEP.

Figure 5A shows hydrologic features and related areas. Figure 5B shows other natural
resources and land features. These features are summarized below. Most of these features
are based on mapped data provided by the NJDEP, and the County has not verified the

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mapping of these areas. The location of these NJDEP mapped areas should be considered
only in the context of this WMP. Site specific investigations and delineations may be
necessary in connection with other projects.

Environmental Features
Surface Waters and Classifications
Map 5A shows the surface waters as mapped by NJDEP, and within the Highlands Region
as modified by the NJ Highlands Council.
Surface waters designated as Category One are listed in the Surface Water Quality
Standards at N.J.A.C. 7:9B. All waterways in the Highlands Preservation Area are classified
as Category One. The Department's "Surface Water Quality Standards" GIS data layer was
utilized to determine these waters.
Compliance with the riparian zone standards have been demonstrated by the adoption of
Ordinances for Riparian Zone Protection by municipalities, which have been updated to be
in compliance with the Flood Hazard Control Act Rules (N.J.A.C. 7:13) and Water Quality
Management Rules (N.J.A.C. 7:15).

Freshwater Wetlands
Freshwater wetlands as mapped by the NJDEP based on 2007 LULC are shown on Map 5A.
Freshwater Wetlands are regulated under the Freshwater Wetlands Protection Act Rules,
which place stringent limits on development within these areas. The larger wetlands
complexes are located in the Piedmont physiographic province and include Bog and Vly
Meadows, Great Piece Meadows, Black Brook Meadows and Troy Meadows. There are
roughly 46,000 acres of wetlands representing 15% of the land in Morris County as per
NJDEP Freshwater Wetlands mapping data.

Suitable Habitat for Threatened and Endangered Species


For purposes of this WMP, areas identified by the NJDEP as being suitable habitat for
threatened and endangered species are shown on Map 5B. This area includes Landscape
Project Areas (Ranks 3, 4 and 5) through the Landscape Project as described below. Four of
the five available habitat types were used forests, forested wetlands, emergent wetlands
and grasslands. The coastal beaches and dunes habitat type is not applicable to the County.
Approximately 167,000 acres or 54% of the land in Morris County falls within NJDEPs
Landscape Project Areas Rank 3, 4, and 5 coverage.

Natural Heritage Priority Sites


Natural Heritage Priority Sites coverage identifies rare plant species and rare ecological
communities. Map 5B shows the Natural Heritage Priority Sites mapped by NJDEP. There

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are approximately 12,500 acres or 4% of the lands in Morris County are designated as
Natural Heritage Priority Sites.

Steep Slopes
The steep slopes were determined through an analysis performed by County staff in
accordance with the regulations. It is intended to be used for guidance purposes and on site
investigations and surveys should be used to confirm the actual field conditions.
Steep slopes are defined as means any slope equal to or greater than 20 percent as measured
over any minimum run of 10 feet. Steep slopes are determined based on contour intervals of
two feet or less.
Map 5B show the steep slopes defined as those slopes with a 20% slope or greater. These
slopes are mapped using Morris Countys 4 Foot DEM derived from 2005 LiDAR Data. The
development potential development of steep slopes is reduced by the Water Quality
Management Planning Rules, The Highlands Water Protection and Planning Act Rules and
by municipal ordinance.

Mapping of Environmentally Sensitive Areas


Mapping of Environmentally Sensitive Areas (ESAs) is shown on Maps 5A and 5B. Both
maps include municipal boundaries, wastewater management planning area and major
roadways (county, state and federal) in the County.
Map 5A shows Hydrologic Features in Morris County including:

NJDEP 2007 Wetlands


Lakes/Waterbodies
FEMA DFIRMS
SWQS Classifications (C-1 waters, etc)

Map 5B shows Environmental Features in Morris County including:

Landscape Project Data


Natural Heritage Priority Sites
Steep Slopes
Lakes/Waterbodies

This data was taken largely from datasets available through the NJDEPs Bureau of
Geographic Information Systems (http://www.state.nj.us/dep/gis/download.htm).

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IV. Delineation of Service Areas and Planning


Integration
This chapter provides the methodology used to delineate SSAs based on gathered data,
mapping of environmentally sensitive areas, and consistency with other regional plans.

Sewer Service Area Delineation


Introduction
Sewer Service Areas were delineated by collaborating data from previous wastewater
management plans, existing infrastructure documentation, and input from local wastewater
entities and municipalities. Acquired data was analyzed and utilized to identify parcels
currently being served by wastewater treatment facilities in the County. Future SSAs were
determined by NJDEP and were subsequently provided to the County at the start of the
WMP preparation process in March 2008. The County used this map as the basis for making
technical corrections discussed below.

Draft Sewer Service Areas Created By NJDEP


Under the Water Quality Management Planning Rules, large contiguous ESAs, generally
defined as 25 acres or greater in size were excluded from SSAs except under certain
circumstances such as providing service to development that has already secured prior
approvals or center based development approved by the Department of Environmental
Protection through the Plan Endorsement process. Map 5A and 5B show the final results for
the mapping of ESAs, based on the information described in the previous section and the
WQMP rules.
NJDEPs Draft SSA maps reflected the removal of areas subject to pre-existing grant
conditions and ESAs described in Section III Environmental and Other Land Features.

Sewer Service Areas in Environmentally Sensitive Areas


Morris County performed technical corrections to the Draft SSAs provided by NJDEP. In
some cases, this involved showing ESAs within the SSA. Such technical corrections
generally fell into the following categories:

Areas that were already sewered

Developments had secured permits such as a Treatment Works Approval, or in


accordance with Municipal Land Use Law.

More current site assessment or onsite data (i.e. Habitat Suitability, Letters of
Interpretation, Flood Hazard Permit) was made available to the NJDEP

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The WQMP rules allow for inclusion of environmentally sensitive areas under limited
conditions. Some of these conditions are described below.

Where environmentally sensitive areas are bordered on either side by areas with
existing sewer service, and where the infill development would generate 2,000 gpd
or less of sewage based on existing zoning and where the area to be included does
not include habitat critical to the recovery potential or the survival of a local
population of an endangered or threatened species.

Where sewer service is necessary to support center based development under an


endorsed plan through the State Planning Commission relative to the State
Development and Redevelopment Plan provided and would not remove habitat
critical to endangered or threatened species. While possible, Morris County this
criteria was not used in this WMP to delineate a SSA.

Where necessary to create a linear boundary that related to recognizable geographic


features and would not remove habitat critical to the recovery potential or the
survival of a local population of an endangered or threatened species.

These exceptions are described more fully in NJAC 7:15-5.24 et seq.

Planning Integration
Highlands Water Protection and Planning Act
The NJDEP enforces compliance with the Highlands Act through regulations at NJAC 7:38.
The Highlands Act prohibits SSA extensions in the Preservation Area, with exceptions only
for previously approved projects, exempt projects, redevelopment waivers or for the
projects eligible for a waiver from NJAC 7:38. In addition, the Highlands Regional Master
Plan includes recommendations for different zones where sewer service is or is not
appropriate within the Highlands Planning Area. These latter requirements are voluntary
for adoption by municipalities that wish to opt in for conformance with the Regional
Master Plan.
Thirty-two of the thirty-nine municipalities within Morris County are in the Highlands
Region. Thirteen municipalities have areas that are in the Planning Area or Preservation
Area and 19 municipalities are solely within the Planning Area. Those municipalities having
land within the Preservation Area are required to meet the standards of the Highlands Act
for those areas. Lands within the Planning Area are not subject to standards set forth by the
Act; however, the RMP sets forth guidance for areas for municipalities chose to conform to
the plan.
Table 5 below lists those municipalities who have elected to conform to the Highlands
Regional Master Plan.

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Table 5 Municipalities Intending to Conform


Municipality
Chester Township
Kinnelon Borough
Randolph Township
Rockaway Township
Washington Township
Wharton Borough

Although Morris County will remain the Wastewater Management Planning entity for the
County, individual WMP chapters for conforming municipalities are being developed
cooperatively between the Highlands Council and the municipalities. Once these chapters
have been completed, they will be incorporated into this WMP. Washington Townships
WMP has been completed and was adopted on July 24, 2012. Washington Township is
currently its own Wastewater Management Planning Entity (Appendix A).

Delaware River Basin Commission


The Delaware River Basin Commission (DRBC) regulates the discharge of pollutants into,
and the withdrawal of water from, the Delaware River Basin; therefore, wastewater and
water supply decisions affecting the Delaware River Basin must be coordinated with the
Commission. A small portion of the Delaware River Basin exists along the western border of
Morris County. It is contained within the boundaries of six Morris County municipalities
including Washington Township, Mount Olive Township, Roxbury Township, Mount
Arlington Borough, Roxbury Township, and Jefferson Township, and all of Netcong
Borough.
A comment and confer letter was sent to the DRBC offering them the ability to comment on
our plan. To date, Morris County has not been contacted by them. Once the plan goes to
Public Notice then, they along with other potentially affected entities will have the ability to
provide input, if they choose not to do so sooner.

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V. Future County Wastewater Demand and


Facilities
This chapter describes the build-out methodology used to project future wastewater
treatment demand for future SSAs and GSAs within the WMP for Morris County.
There are two methods used for projecting future wastewater management needs: a 20-year
projection for urbanized municipalities and a build out based on existing zoning for nonurbanized municipalities described below.

Future Wastewater Generation in Sewer Service Areas


Wastewater Projections in Urbanized Municipalities
The Water Quality Management Planning rules identify urbanized municipalities as those
municipalities where 90 percent or more of the total land is considered urban. Parks,
preserved lands and open space areas have been considered in these calculations. Morris
County performed further analysis on municipalities within the County performing
technical corrections to the urban land classification. This approach consisted of the
following:

Removed all lands classified as water/wetlands and preserved land from the
calculations.

Reclassified barren or forested land on fully developed parcels, streets, and railroads
ROWs as urban. Table 6 presents the compilation of all urban municipalities based
on the subsequent analysis performed by Morris County.

Table 6 Urban Municipalities


Municipality

% Urbanized Municipality

% Urbanized

Boonton Town*

92.1%

Madison Borough**

90.0%

Chatham Borough**

95.7%

Morristown
Town**

91.4%

Dover Town**

91.7%

Netcong Borough*

94.2%

East Hanover
Township**

93.0%

Rockaway
Borough*

92.7%

Long Hill Township**

90.4%

Victory Gardens
Borough**

95.7%

* Calculations based on NJDEP 2002 Land Use/Land Cover feature class; URBAN LANDS classified by the Anderson
Classification 1000 series; Revised Total Area does not include wetlands/water (2002 LU/LC) and does not include properties
identified as parkland in the MC GIS open space database.

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** Calculations based on NJDEP 2007 Land Land Use/Land Cover feature class; URBAN LANDS classified by the Anderson
Classification 1000 series; Revised Total Area does not include wetlands/water (2007 LU/LC) and does not include properties
identified by NJDEP as preserved open space.

Future wastewater flows for the listed urbanized municipalities were calculated based on
20-year growth projections.
Table 7 below shows the 20 year wastewater flow projections and method used for each
urbanized municipality.
Table 7 - 20 Year Wastewater Flow Projections for Urbanized Municipalities1
Urbanized
Municipality

20 Year
Projected
Residential
Flow (gpd)

20 Year
Projected
NonResidential
Flow (gpd)

Projected
Total Flow
(gpd)

Boonton Town
Chatham Borough
Dover Town
East Hanover Township
Long Hill Township
Madison Borough
Morristown Town
Netcong Borough
Rockaway Borough
Victory Gardens
Borough
1Projections

will be updated as municipal chapters are updated.

Wastewater Generation Projections in Non-urban Municipalities


In the remaining municipalities it is anticipated that undeveloped and underdeveloped land
will be the predominant factor in determining future wastewater treatment needs.
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In designated SSAs, the environmentally sensitive areas were delineated as discussed in


Section III and Section IV. In this case, ESA 25 composite areas were removed from the SSAs
and placed in the GSAs . The existing zoning was then applied to the developable vacant
and sub-dividable lots within the SSA to project a build-out condition for use in estimating
the future wastewater generation for each SSA. The build-out data was then converted to a
projected future wastewater flow by applying the planning flow criteria from N.J.A.C. 7:14A
based on the type of development projected. Zoning maps are included for each individual
municipality, as map 4M, generalized county wide zoning map (Map 4) is part of this
county-wide summary.
For example, single-family residential development was assumed to consist of houses
having three or more bedrooms per house, and each projected new house was multiplied by
300 gallons per day to predict the future wastewater generated. For non-residential land
uses the anticipated floor area was multiplied by 0.1 gallon per day to predict future
wastewater generation. The projected wastewater data is shown by wastewater treatment
plant in Table 8 in the following section for comparison to the existing permitted capacity of
each facility. Build-out results are also found in Table 2a located in each individual
municipal chapter.

Septic System Development within Sewer Service Areas


Septic systems, or individual subsurface sewage disposal systems (ISSDS), for individual
residences can only be constructed within depicted SSAs if legally enforceable guarantees
are provided to ensure that the use of such systems will be discontinued when the depicted
sewer service becomes available. This applies to ISSDS that require certification from the
NJDEP under the Realty Improvement Sewerage and Facilities Act (N.J.S.A. 58:11-23) or
individual Treatment Works Approval or New Jersey Pollutant Discharge Elimination
System Permits (under N.J.A.C. 7:14A). It also applies to ISSDS which require only local
approvals if the WMP acknowledges adequate arrangements for enforcement of the
requirement (such as through a municipal or sewerage authority ordinance).
For purposes of this WMP, all septic systems within a SSA are assumed to eventually be
connecting to its appropriate facility. Future flows attributed to these existing septic systems
are accounted for in each municipal chapter, as well as the appropriate Facility Table found
in Appendix C. Flow at each facility has been accounted for these existing septic systems
and can be found in Table 2a in each municipal chapter.

Future Wastewater Generation in General Service Areas


Wastewater Generation Projections in Urban Municipalities
For the purpose of this WMP, general service areas have not been evaluated for urbanized
municipalities. This evaluation will be updated as individual municipal chapters are
included into the Morris County WMP when they are adopted.

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Wastewater Generation Projections in Non-urbanized Municipalities


In designated GSAs, the existing zoning was applied to the developable vacant and subdividable lots within the GSA to project a build-out condition for use in estimating the
future wastewater demand for each GSA. The build-out data was then converted to a
projected future wastewater flow by applying the planning flow criteria from N.J.A.C. 7:9A7.4 based on the type of development projected.
For example, single-family residential development was assumed to consist of houses
having three or more bedrooms per house, and each projected new house was multiplied by
350 gallons per day to predict the future wastewater generated. For non-residential land
uses the anticipated floor area was multiplied by 0.125 gallon per day per square foot to
predict future wastewater generation. The projected wastewater data, expressed as
equivalent dwelling units, is shown by HUC14 on Table 3 of the applicable municipal
chapter.

Nitrate Dilution Analysis


In areas that are not designated as SSAs, the default wastewater management alternative to
support development is a GSA, and is defined as discharge to groundwater less than 2,000
gallons per day. The nitrate dilution analysis for septic systems was performed for GSAs
county-wide in similar fashion to that conducted for SSAs. While certain areas may be
unbuildable, such as riparian zones or steep slopes, they still contribute to the overall
available dilution of nitrate in groundwater. So, these areas were used when analyzing the
available dilution on a HUC 11 and HUC 14 basis used to establish the maximum number of
units that can be built in a watershed and continue to meet the 2 ppm nitrate target. Thus
while some areas may contribute less overall groundwater recharge, due to factors such as
soils or topography, these limitations have already been taken into consideration when
calculating the maximum average density allowable.
This analysis used NJDEPs nitrate (NO3-) target of 2 mg/L, with the assumption that all
ammonium and other nitrogen compounds are converted to nitrate within the property, and
that the nitrate concentrations dilute evenly across the HUC11 and HUC14. These
assumptions are implicit in the nitrate dilution model developed by NJDEP. The County ran
the analysis using annual average recharge. These values are by HUC14, requiring
aggregation up to the HUC11 level. The WMP for Morris County recognizes that in the
Highlands Preservation Area the NJDEPs Highlands rules at N.J.A.C. 7:38 will apply, using
a much more stringent nitrate target.

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VI. Wastewater Capacity Analysis


The next step in the wastewater management planning process is to assess whether there is
sufficient wastewater treatment capacity to meet the needs of the County based on the
projections described above. For SSAs this requires the aggregation of municipal
wastewater generation projections by sewage treatment plant to the existing permitted
capacity of each facility. In GSAs, the default wastewater management alternative is
discharge to groundwater less than 2,000 gallons per day, commonly referred to as septic
systems. The assessment of water quality impacts from development on septic systems
relies on nitrate concentration as determined by the nitrate dilution analysis.

Sewer Service Area Wastewater Capacity Analysis


For the Sewer Service Areas, this analysis required the aggregation of municipal wastewater
projections by sewage treatment plant and a comparison of the projected future demand to
the existing permitted capacity of the sewage treatment plant. This was done by delineating
SSA and determining build-out in each SSA as described in the previous sections of this
WMP.
Existing SSAs served by these wastewater facilities are shown on a county-wide basis on
Map 2 and on a municipal basis on Map 2M found in each individual municipal chapter.
Future SSAs proposed for each wastewater facility are shown on a county-wide basis on
Map 3 and on a municipal basis on Map 3M found in each individual municipal chapter.
Table 8 Sewer Service Area Evaluation by Facility and Municipality is a summary of
committed, anticipated future flows, and permitted or allocated wastewater flows by
sewage treatment facility, with a subsequent breakdown by municipality. Additional details
are included within the municipal chapters that are presented in Volume II and in the
facility tables located in Appendix C.

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Table 8 Sewer Service Area Evaluation by Facility and Municipality


Facility

NJPDES
Permit

Facility
Type
(DGW/
DSW)

Greystone Park Psych.


Hospital STP

NJ0026689

DSW

Facility Totals
Denville Township
Parsippany-Troy Hills
Township

Hanover Sewerage Authority


STP

NJ0024902

DSW

Facility Totals
East Hanover Township
Hanover Township
Parsippany-Troy Hills
Township
Morris Plains Borough
Morris Township

Hackettstown Municipal
Utilities Authority WPCP

NJ0021369

DSW

Facility Totals
Mount Olive Township
Washington Township

Molitor WPCF (MadisonChatham Joint Meeting)

NJ0024937

DSW

Facility Totals
Chatham Borough
Chatham Township
Madison Borough

Morristown Sewer Utility STP

NJ0025496

DSW

Municipality

Facility Totals
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Committed
Flow (mgd)

0.007

Build-out
or 20 Year
Projected
Flow (mgd)

0.010

Permitted /
Allocated
Flow (mgd)

(1)
(1)
(1)

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Facility

Facility
Type
(DGW/
DSW)

Butterworth STP

NJ0024911

DSW

Woodland STP

NJ0024929

DSW

Musconetcong Sewerage
Authority Sewage STP

NJ0027821

DSW

Parsippany-Troy Hills STP

NJPDES
Permit

NJ0024970

DSW

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Municipality

Hanover Township
Morris Township
Morristown Town
Facility Totals
Morris Township
Morris Plains
Parsippany-Troy Hills
Randolph Township
Facility Totals
Morris Township
Morristown Town
Harding Township
Florham Park Borough
Madison Borough
Facility Totals
Mount Arlington
Borough
Mount Olive Township
Netcong Borough
Roxbury Township
Jefferson Township
Facility Totals
Denville Township
East Hanover Township
Montville Township

Committed
Flow (mgd)

Build-out
or 20 Year
Projected
Flow (mgd)

Permitted /
Allocated
Flow (mgd)

0.822

0.860

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Facility

NJPDES
Permit

Facility
Type
(DGW/
DSW)

Municipality

Mountain Lakes Borough


Parsippany-Troy Hills
Township

Rockaway Valley Regional


Sewerage Authority STP

NJ0022349

DSW

Two Bridges Sewerage


Authority WWTP

NJ0029386

DSW

Facility Totals
Boonton Town
Boonton Township
Denville Township
Dover Town
Mine Hill Township
Parsippany-Troy Hills
Township
Randolph Township
Rockaway Borough
Rockaway Township
Rockaway Township
Picatinny Arsenal
Victory Gardens Borough
Wharton Borough
Facility Totals
Butler Borough
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Committed
Flow (mgd)

Build-out
or 20 Year
Projected
Flow (mgd)

Permitted /
Allocated
Flow (mgd)

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Facility

Ajax Terrace Water Pollution


Control Plant
Chatham Township Water
Pollution Control Plant #1
(Chatham Main) 2
Chester Borough WWTP
Clover Hill STP
Long Hill Township STP
Mendham Borough STP
Mount Olive Villages STP
United Water Mid-Atlantic
STP
White Rock Lake STP3
Hercules Company WPCP
1

NJPDES
Permit

Facility
Type
(DGW/
DSW)

Municipality

NJ0022675

DSW

Kinnelon Borough
Lincoln Park Borough
Pequannock Township
Riverdale Borough
Roxbury Township

NJ0020290

DSW

Chatham Township

NJ0054101
NJ0021954
NJ0024465
NJ0021334
NJ0099538
NJ0065226

DGW
DSW
DSW
DSW
DGW
DGW

NJ0026867
NJ0000876

DSW
DSW

Chester Borough
Mount Olive Township
Long Hill Township
Mendham Borough
Mount Olive Township
Mount Arlington
Borough
Jefferson Township
Roxbury Township

Committed
Flow (mgd)

Build-out
or 20 Year
Projected
Flow (mgd)

Permitted /
Allocated
Flow (mgd)

0.811

0.99

1.155

0.081

.1257

.1295

Facility has no allocation for this municipality.

The Chatham Township WPCP #1 (Chatham Main (NJPDES NJ0020290)) facility includes Chatham Township WPCP #2 flows (Chatham Glen
Facility (NJPDES NJ0052256)). These facilities are being combined into one SSA.
2

The White Rock Lake STP (NJ0026867) includes the Moosepac/Waters Edge STP flows (NJ0081086). These facilities are being combined into one
SSA.Note: This table will be updated as individual municipal chapters are adopted.
3

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Discussion of Sewer Service Area Wastewater Capacity Analysis


Table 9 shows the following facilities have a calculated deficiency in wastewater treatment
capacity based on build-out estimates and their NJDPES permit flow value. All facilities
listed are publically owned treatment works (POTWs).
At this point there are no facilities under review for the Morris County WMP.

General Service Area Evaluation


Using a nitrate dilution analysis, Total Systems Allowed (Nitrate Dilution) was calculated
for each HUC 14 and municipality with a target of 2 ppm nitrate concentration and based on
the overall dilution available in the watershed. Only non-hydric soil types were considered
in this analysis.
For comparison purposes, Total Systems Allowed (Zoning) was also calculated for these
same areas. It is based on the potential wastewater flow in the GSAs expressed as the
number of equivalent 3 bedroom single family homes generating 350 gpd each.
Table 9 compares the allowable units within each HUC 11 and 14 on a municipal basis and a
HUC basis to the number of units that could be built under the existing zoning within that
watershed. The zoning within the GSA for discharges to ground water equal to or less than
2,000 gallons per day (i.e., septic systems or individual subsurface sewage disposal systems,
ISSDS) for the municipality was compared to the allowable densities as determined through
nitrate dilution analysis. For the purposes of this analysis it is inconsequential if one
municipalitys zoning exceeds its allocation provided that the HUC 11 or 14 does not exceed
the total sustainable development. Where a municipal chapter does not exist, the WMP for
Morris County removes that municipalitys land area from the analysis. This evaluation will
be updated as individual municipal chapters are included into the Morris County WMP
when they are adopted. NJDEP will use its regulatory authority under NJAC 7:15 and other
laws to ensure compliance with the 2 ppm nitrate dilution standard or the Highlands rules
at NJAC 7:38, whichever is more stringent, for any development regulated by NJDEP.
Developments in such municipalities that do not require any NJDEP approval will not be
affected.
Existing GSAs are shown on a county-wide basis on Map 2 and on a municipal basis on
Map 2M found in each individual municipal chapter. Future GSAs are shown on a countywide basis on Map 3 and on a municipal basis on Map 3M found in each individual
municipal chapter. The delineation of GSAs include any area that are not specified as a SSA.

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Table 9 General Service Area Evaluation by HUC11, HUC14 and Municipality 2

HUC 11
02030103010

HUC 14
02030103010010
02030103010020
02030103010030

Municipality 1
Harding Township
Mendham Borough
Mendham Township
Harding Township
Harding Township
Chatham Township
Harding Township
Harding Township
Chatham Township
Harding Township

Municipal
Total
Total
Municipal
Total
Surplus /
Surplus /
Municipal Nitrate
Build-out
Build-out
Deficit by
Deficit by
Nitrate
Dilution by HUC 14 by HUC 14
HUC 14
HUC 14
Dilution
by
(Equivalent (Equivalent (Equivalent (Equivalent
by HUC14 HUC14
Homes)
Homes)
Homes)
Homes)

52.92

10.00

42.92

84.74

84.00

0.74

Chatham Township

2.83

0.00

2.83

Chatham Township

12.28

9.00

3.28

02030103010150 Chatham Township

0.00

02030103010040
02030103010050
02030103010060
02030103010070

Harding Township

02030103010110
02030103010120
02030103010130

02030103020

02030103020010

Mendham Township
Randolph Township

33

0.00
0.00
Total Surplus / Deficit by HUC 11(Equivalent Homes)

0.00
49.77

HUC 11

HUC 14
02030103020020
02030103020030

02030103020040
02030103020050
02030103020060
02030103020070
02030103020080
02030103020090
02030103020100

Municipality 1
Harding Township
Mendham Township
Denville Township
Morris Plains Borough
Parsippany-Troy Hills
Mendham Township
Morris Plains Borough
Parsippany-Troy Hills
Randolph Township
Hanover Township
Hanover Township
Parsippany-Troy Hills
Hanover Township
Denville Township
Mountain Lakes Borough
Parsippany-Troy Hills
Hanover Township
Parsippany-Troy Hills
Hanover Township
Parsippany-Troy Hills

Municipal
Total
Total
Municipal
Total
Surplus /
Surplus /
Build-out
Build-out
Municipal Nitrate
Deficit by
Deficit by
Dilution by HUC 14 by HUC 14
Nitrate
HUC 14
HUC 14
by
(Equivalent (Equivalent (Equivalent (Equivalent
Dilution
Homes)
Homes)
by HUC14 HUC14
Homes)
Homes)

Total Surplus / Deficit by HUC 11(Equivalent Homes)


02030103030

02030103030030 Rockaway Township


Jefferson Township
02030103030040
Roxbury Township

24.15
34

3.00

21.15

HUC 11

HUC 14
02030103030060

02030103030070

02030103030080
02030103030090
02030103030110

02030103030120

02030103030130
02030103030140

Municipality 1
Rockaway Township
Jefferson Township
Mine Hill Township
Randolph Township
Jefferson Township
Rockaway Township
Roxbury Township
Wharton Borough
Denville Township
Randolph Township
Denville Township
Randolph Township
Rockaway Township
Denville Township
Rockaway Township
Denville Township
Mountain Lakes Borough
Parsippany-Troy Hills
Randolph Township
Boonton Township
Montville Township
Rockaway Township
Boonton Township
Denville Township

35

Municipal
Total
Total
Municipal
Total
Surplus /
Surplus /
Build-out
Build-out
Municipal Nitrate
Deficit by
Deficit by
Dilution by HUC 14 by HUC 14
Nitrate
HUC 14
HUC 14
by
(Equivalent (Equivalent (Equivalent (Equivalent
Dilution
Homes)
Homes)
by HUC14 HUC14
Homes)
Homes)
18.36

18.36

0.04

0.04

HUC 11

HUC 14

Municipality 1
Mountain Lakes Borough
Boonton Township
02030103030150 Mountain Lakes Borough
Parsippany-Troy Hills
Boonton Township
02030103030160
Montville Township
Montville Township
02030103030170
Parsippany-Troy Hills

Municipal
Total
Total
Municipal
Total
Surplus /
Surplus /
Build-out
Build-out
Municipal Nitrate
Deficit by
Deficit by
Dilution by HUC 14 by HUC 14
Nitrate
HUC 14
HUC 14
by
(Equivalent (Equivalent (Equivalent (Equivalent
Dilution
Homes)
Homes)
by HUC14 HUC14
Homes)
Homes)

Total Surplus / Deficit by HUC 11(Equivalent Homes)


02030103040

02030103040010

Lincoln Park Borough


Montville Township
Total Surplus / Deficit by HUC 11(Equivalent Homes)

02030103050080

Butler Borough
Kinnelon Borough
02030103050080
Pequannock Township
Riverdale Borough
Total Surplus / Deficit by HUC 11(Equivalent Homes)

02030103100070 02030103100070 Pequannock Township


Total Surplus / Deficit by HUC 11(Equivalent Homes)
02030103110

Kinnelon Borough
Lincoln Park Borough
02030103110010
Montville Township
Pequannock Township
36

39.55

HUC 11

HUC 14

Municipality 1
Lincoln Park Borough
02030103110020
Pequannock Township

Municipal
Total
Total
Municipal
Total
Surplus /
Surplus /
Build-out
Build-out
Municipal Nitrate
Deficit by
Deficit by
Dilution by HUC 14 by HUC 14
Nitrate
HUC 14
HUC 14
by
(Equivalent (Equivalent (Equivalent (Equivalent
Dilution
Homes)
Homes)
by HUC14 HUC14
Homes)
Homes)

Total Surplus / Deficit by HUC 11(Equivalent Homes)


02030105010

02030105010010
02030105010020
02030105010030
02030105010040
02030105010050
02030105010060

Mt Arlington Borough
Roxbury Township
Mt Olive Township
Roxbury Township
Washington Township
Mt Olive Township
Washington Township
Washington Township
Washington Township
Total Surplus / Deficit by HUC 11(Equivalent Homes)

02030105020
02030105050

02030105020010 Washington Township


Mine Hill Township
Mt Arlington Borough
02030105050010
Randolph Township
Roxbury Township
Randolph Township
02030105050020
Roxbury Township
Chester Borough
02030105050030
Washington Township
02030105050040 Washington Township
02030105050070 Washington Township

37

HUC 11

HUC 14
Municipality 1
02030105050080 Washington Township

Municipal
Total
Total
Municipal
Total
Surplus /
Surplus /
Build-out
Build-out
Municipal Nitrate
Deficit by
Deficit by
Dilution by HUC 14 by HUC 14
Nitrate
HUC 14
HUC 14
by
(Equivalent (Equivalent (Equivalent (Equivalent
Dilution
Homes)
Homes)
by HUC14 HUC14
Homes)
Homes)
Total Surplus / Deficit by HUC 11(Equivalent Homes)

02030105060
02030105060010

02030105060020

02030105060030
02030105060040
02030105060050
02030105150
02040105150020
02040105150030
02040105150070
02040105150080
02040105150090

Mendham Borough
Mendham Township
Randolph Township
Chester Borough
Chester Township
Mendham Township
Randolph Township
Chester Township
Mendham Borough
Mendham Township
Mendham Township
Chester Borough
Mendham Township
Jefferson Township
Mt Arlington Borough
Roxbury Township
Mt Olive Township
Roxbury Township
Mt Olive Township
Mt Olive Township
Washington Township

31.99

Total Surplus / Deficit by HUC 11(Equivalent Homes)


11.80
20.19

38

HUC 11

HUC 14
Municipality 1
02040105150100 Washington Township

Municipal
Total
Total
Municipal
Total
Surplus /
Surplus /
Build-out
Build-out
Municipal Nitrate
Deficit by
Deficit by
Dilution by HUC 14 by HUC 14
Nitrate
HUC 14
HUC 14
by
(Equivalent (Equivalent (Equivalent (Equivalent
Dilution
Homes)
Homes)
by HUC14 HUC14
Homes)
Homes)
Total Surplus / Deficit by HUC 11(Equivalent Homes)

02030105160

20.19

02040105160010 Washington Township


02040105160020 Washington Township
Total Surplus / Deficit by HUC 11(Equivalent Homes)

The following municipalities have conformed to the Highlands Regional Master Plan for the planning area and build-out will be provided by the
Highlands Council; Chester Township, Kinnelon Borough, Randolph Township, Rockaway Township, Washington Township, and Wharton
Borough.
1

Values will be updated as each municipal chapter is updated. Surpluses and deficits will change as each municipal chapter is updated. NonHighlands towns are analyzed on a HUC11, while Highlandss towns are analyzed on a HUC14.

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Wastewater Management Plan for Morris County


County-Wide Summary

Discussion of General Service Area Results


The GSA Capacity Analysis will remain incomplete for those HUC14s which include
municipalities which have filed a petition to conform to the Highlands RMP. The results for
these HUCs will be finalized once applicable data has been supplied by the Highlands
Council.
Table 11 HUCs Subject to Further Review
At this point there are no HUCs under review for Morris County.

Compliance with Environmental Protection Standards


One important purpose of the WMP is to help ensure that proposed wastewater service
areas are properly located to minimize primary and secondary environmental impacts. The
WQMP rules require that development densities and aggregated demands or impacts
remain within thresholds. Where the thresholds are exceeded, either the size or
development density of a SSA or the development density of a GSA must be reduced, or the
impact must be mitigated. This plan has demonstrated compliance with these capacity
constraints.
However, there are other environmental considerations regarding pollutant loadings, water
supply and other factors. In some cases (e.g., riparian zones and steep slopes) the WQMP
rules require that municipal ordinance ensure protection of these areas regardless of their
wastewater service area. Further, the WQMP rules establish that avoidable development
within these areas is inconsistent with the Statewide Water Quality management plans and
the Department cannot issue any permits or approvals for development of these areas.

Environmental Protection Ordinances


Table 12 addresses the status of requirements for municipal ordinances regarding the
protection of steep slopes, riparian zones and the maintenance of septic systems as
addressed in the municipal chapters.

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Table 12 - Status of Municipal Ordinances and Master Plan
Municipality
Septic System
Maintenance

NA

6/25/2006

6/25/2009

7/18/13

12/8/09

Jefferson Township

NA

3/1/2006

7/16/2014

7/16/14

7/16/14

Stormwater
Ordinance

Steep Slope
Ordinance

Riparian Zone
Ordinance

Zoning Ordinance

Chatham Township

Note: This table will be updated as individual municipal chapters are adopted.

41

VII.

Future County Water Supply

Future Water Demand


Table 13 provides estimates for each HUC14 regarding anticipated incremental water
demand based on build-out for each water purveyor, municipality, and wastewater
treatment facility. Incremental water demand was calculated by adding [potential
residential EDUs * 320 (gpd)] + [potential non-residential square footage * 0.125 (gpd)].
Water demand for Highlands Conforming municipalities has not been generated by the
County. Water demand will be developed as municipalities go through the Highlands
Council Plan Conformance process which is a cooperative effort between the Highlands
Council and the municipality. Please see those municipal chapters for information on water
demand. Municipalities in bold in Table 13 are conforming and are listed in Table 5.
As municipal chapters are updated, water demand calculations will be updated to reflect
the current build-out analysis.

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Wastewater Management Plan for Morris County


County-Wide Summary

Table 13 Incremental Water Demand by PWSID and Municipality1

GSA

GSA

NJ0022349

ROCKAWAY
VALLEY REG SA

Butler Borough

GSA

GSA

Chester Township

GSA

GSA

Boonton Township

GSA
NJ0022349

Denville Township

None

None

NJ0024970

None

Hanover Township

GSA

Jefferson Township

Muni Net
Nonresidential
Buildout Total

Purveyor Net
Nonresidential
Buildout Total

Facility Net
Residential Buildout
Total

Muni Net
Residential Buildout
Total

(gpd)

(gpd)

(gpd)

(gpd)

GSA

GSA

GSA

NJ0027821

MUSCONETCONG
SEWERAGE
AUTHORITY
GSA

NJ0029386

Lincoln Park Borough

GSA

GSA

Mendham Borough

GSA

GSA

0
7,431

960
7,431

15,680

16,640

Purveyor Net
Residential Buildout
Total

Facility Net
Nonresidential
Buildout Total
(gpd)

GSA

TWO BRIDGES
WASTEWATER
TREATMENT
PLANT

44

Residential

ROCKAWAY
VALLEY REG SA
PARSIPPANY TROY
HILLS

GSA

Kinnelon Borough

Facility Name

Facility NJPDES
Permit #

Municipality

Water Allocation
Permit (MGM)

PWSID

Water Purveyor
Name

Nonresidential

(gpd)

Mendham Township
Montville Township
Mt Arlington Borough

Mt Olive Township

Parsippany-Troy Hills

Riverdale Borough

Rockaway Township

Roxbury Township

NJ0021334

MENDHAM BORO

GSA

GSA

GSA

GSA

NJ0024970

PARSIPPANY TROY
HILLS

GSA

GSA

GSA

GSA

NJ0021954

CLOVERHILL STP

NJ0027821

MUSCONETCONG
SEWERAGE
AUTHORITY

NJPDES2

NJPDES2

GSA

GSA

NJ0024970

PARSIPPANY TROY
HILLS

GSA

GSA

NJ0029386

TWO BRIDGES
WASTEWATER
TREATMENT
PLANT

GSA

GSA

NJ0022349

ROCKAWAY
VALLEY REG SA

GSA

GSA

NJ0000876

HERCULES INC KENVIL

45

Purveyor Net
Nonresidential
Buildout Total

Facility Net
Residential Buildout
Total

Muni Net
Residential Buildout
Total

(gpd)

(gpd)

(gpd)

(gpd)

(gpd)

Purveyor Net
Residential Buildout
Total

Muni Net
Nonresidential
Buildout Total

Residential

Facility Net
Nonresidential
Buildout Total

Facility Name

Facility NJPDES
Permit #

Municipality

Water Allocation
Permit (MGM)

Water Purveyor
Name

PWSID

Nonresidential

(gpd)

NJ0022675

Boonton Township

1403001

Butler Boro

52.148

Boonton Town

Butler Borough

1406001

Chester Boro
Water Utility

N/A

1401002

6.224

NJ0027821

Chester Borough
Boonton Township

ROXBURY
TOWNSHIP
MUSCONETCONG
SEWERAGE
AUTHORITY

GSA

GSA

NJ0022349

ROCKAWAY
VALLEY REG SA

GSA

GSA

NJ0029386

TWO BRIDGES
WASTEWATER
TREATMENT
PLANT

GSA

GSA

NJ0054101

CHESTER
BOROUGH WTF

GSA

GSA

1409001

Denville Twp
Water Dept

Dover Water Dept

12.851

1408001

22.105

GSA
NJ0022349

Denville Township

Randolph Township
Rockaway Township

NJ0024970

GSA
ROCKAWAY
VALLEY REG SA
PARSIPPANY TROY
HILLS

NJ0026689

GREYSTONE PARK
PSYCH HOSPITAL

NJ0022349

ROCKAWAY
VALLEY REG SA

GSA

GSA

NJ0022349

ROCKAWAY
VALLEY REG SA

46

Purveyor Net
Nonresidential
Buildout Total

Facility Net
Residential Buildout
Total

Muni Net
Residential Buildout
Total

(gpd)

(gpd)

(gpd)

(gpd)

(gpd)

Purveyor Net
Residential Buildout
Total

Muni Net
Nonresidential
Buildout Total

Residential

Facility Net
Nonresidential
Buildout Total

Facility Name

Facility NJPDES
Permit #

Municipality

Water Allocation
Permit (MGM)

Water Purveyor
Name

PWSID

Nonresidential

(gpd)

GSA

NJ0027821

MUSCONETCONG
SEWERAGE
AUTHORITY

(gpd)

(gpd)

(gpd)

(gpd)

(gpd)

(gpd)

320

320

320

16,320

16,320

4,493

GSA

GSA

NJ0029386

TWO BRIDGES
WASTEWATER
TREATMENT
PLANT

Kinnelon Borough

GSA

GSA

GSA

GSA

NJPDES3

NJPDES3

1416001

Lincoln Park Water


Department

1416004

Lincoln Park
Jacksonville
System

Lincoln Park Borough

1418002

Sisters of
Christian Charity

Mendham Borough

Lincoln Park Borough

960
24,111

Jefferson Township

47

19,618

Purveyor Net
Residential Buildout
Total

Muni Net
Residential Buildout
Total

GSA

Facility Net
Residential Buildout
Total

MUSCONETCONG
SEWERAGE
AUTHORITY

Purveyor Net
Nonresidential
Buildout Total

NJ0027821

Muni Net
Nonresidential
Buildout Total

Jefferson Township

Residential

Facility Net
Nonresidential
Buildout Total

Facility Name

Facility NJPDES
Permit #

Municipality

Water Allocation
Permit (MGM)
1.361

1414011

Lake Hopatcong
(Jefferson Twp)

GSA

N/A

Mountain Shore
Water Supply

GSA

10.736

1414009

Harding Township

N/A

Lakeshore Water
Company

N/A

1413001

3.700

Water Purveyor
Name

PWSID

Nonresidential

24,111
15,360

N/A

Mendham Township

1420001

Mine Hill Twp


Water Dept

Mine Hill Township

1421003

Montville Twp
MUA

Montville Township
Chatham Township

1424001

Southeast
MCMUA

140.1

Hanover Township

Harding Township

Mendham Township

1425001

Mountain Lakes

1
.

Morris Plains Borough

Mountain Lakes Borough

GSA

Purveyor Net
Nonresidential
Buildout Total

Facility Net
Residential Buildout
Total

Muni Net
Residential Buildout
Total

(gpd)

(gpd)

(gpd)

(gpd)

(gpd)

GSA

GSA

GSA

NJ0022349

ROCKAWAY
VALLEY REG SA

GSA

GSA

NJ0024970

PARSIPPANY TROY
HILLS

NJ0020290

Chatham Main

GSA

GSA

GSA

GSA

NJ0024902

HANOVER
SEWERAGE
AUTHORITY

GSA

GSA

NJ0024929

WOODLAND
WATER
POLLUTION
CONTROL
UTILITY(WPCU

GSA

GSA

GSA

GSA

NJ0024911

BUTTERWORTH
WATER
POLLUTION
CONTROL UTILITY

GSA

GSA

48

93,750
0

93,750

640

640

Purveyor Net
Residential Buildout
Total

Muni Net
Nonresidential
Buildout Total

Residential

Facility Net
Nonresidential
Buildout Total

Facility Name

Facility NJPDES
Permit #

Municipality

Roxiticus Water
Company

2.190

Water Allocation
Permit (MGM)

1419001

34.952

Water Purveyor
Name

PWSID

Nonresidential

(gpd)

1427005

United Water
Arlington Hills

Mount Olive
Water Dept

24.648

1426004

0.430

Water Dept

NJ0024970

PARSIPPANY TROY
HILLS

GSA

GSA

NJ0065226

UNITED WATER
ARLINGTON HILLS
SEWERAGE CO INC

GSA

GSA

NJ0021954

CLOVERHILL STP

Mt Arlington Borough

Mt Olive Township

GSA

1429001

55.867

NJ0022349

Par-Troy Hills
Water Dept

Parsippany-Troy Hills

1431001

Pequannock Twp
Water Dept

52.708

Lincoln Park Borough

Pequannock Township

1432001

MCMUA

58.075

Denville Township
Mt Arlington Borough

NJ0024970

GSA
ROCKAWAY
VALLEY REG SA
PARSIPPANY TROY
HILLS

NJ0026689

GREYSTONE PARK
PSYCH HOSPITAL

GSA

GSA

GSA

GSA

NJ0029386

TWO BRIDGES
WASTEWATER
TREATMENT
PLANT

GSA

GSA

GSA

GSA

NJ0027821

MUSCONETCONG
SEWERAGE
AUTHORITY

49

Purveyor Net
Nonresidential
Buildout Total

Facility Net
Residential Buildout
Total

Muni Net
Residential Buildout
Total

(gpd)

(gpd)

(gpd)

(gpd)

(gpd)

Purveyor Net
Residential Buildout
Total

Muni Net
Nonresidential
Buildout Total

Residential

Facility Net
Nonresidential
Buildout Total

Facility Name

Facility NJPDES
Permit #

Municipality

Water Allocation
Permit (MGM)

Water Purveyor
Name

PWSID

Nonresidential

(gpd)

NJ0065226

UNITED WATER
ARLINGTON HILLS
SEWERAGE CO INC

GSA
NJ0022349

Randolph Township
NJ0024911

Roxbury Township

1434001

Rockaway Boro
Water Dept

1435002

Rockaway Twp

NJ0022675
GSA

GSA

NJ0022349

ROCKAWAY
VALLEY REG SA

GSA

GSA

GSA

GSA

13.387

1433001

Riverdale Boro
Water
Department

Randolph Township

GSA
ROXBURY
TOWNSHIP

Riverdale Borough

NJ0029386

TWO BRIDGES
WASTEWATER
TREATMENT
PLANT

4.635

Randolph Twp
Water Diversion

GSA

Rockaway Township

NJ0022349

ROCKAWAY
VALLEY REG SA

1
3

1432003

5.138

Wharton Borough

GSA
ROCKAWAY
VALLEY REG SA
BUTTERWORTH
WATER
POLLUTION
CONTROL UTILITY

Rockaway Township

GSA

GSA

50

Purveyor Net
Nonresidential
Buildout Total

Facility Net
Residential Buildout
Total

Muni Net
Residential Buildout
Total

(gpd)

(gpd)

(gpd)

(gpd)

(gpd)

Purveyor Net
Residential Buildout
Total

Muni Net
Nonresidential
Buildout Total

Residential

Facility Net
Nonresidential
Buildout Total

Facility Name

Facility NJPDES
Permit #

Municipality

Water Allocation
Permit (MGM)

Water Purveyor
Name

PWSID

Nonresidential

(gpd)

Purveyor Net
Nonresidential
Buildout Total

Facility Net
Residential Buildout
Total

Muni Net
Residential Buildout
Total

(gpd)

(gpd)

(gpd)

(gpd)

(gpd)

1436002

Roxbury Water
Company

11.118

Water Dept

Mine Hill Township


Roxbury Township

1436003

Roxbury Twp
Water Dept
(Shore Hills)

9.352

Mt Arlington Borough

NJ0022349

ROCKAWAY
VALLEY REG SA

GSA

GSA

GSA
NJ0022675
NJ0027821

GSA
ROXBURY
TOWNSHIP
MUSCONETCONG
SEWERAGE
AUTHORITY

GSA

Roxbury Township

NJ0022675
NJ0027821

GSA
ROXBURY
TOWNSHIP
MUSCONETCONG
SEWERAGE
AUTHORITY

GSA
NJ0020290

Chatham Township
NJ0024937

370.4

712001

NJAW (Short
Hills)

Harding Township
Long Hill Township

GSA
CHATHAM TWP
MAIN STP
MOLITOR WATER
POLLUTION
CONTROL
FACILITY

GSA

GSA

Pending5

Pending5

GSA

GSA

NJ0024465

LONG HILL
TOWNSHIP STP

51

125

26,560

2,271

35,840
4,896

2,500

62,720
320

Purveyor Net
Residential Buildout
Total

Muni Net
Nonresidential
Buildout Total

Residential

Facility Net
Nonresidential
Buildout Total

Facility Name

Facility NJPDES
Permit #

Municipality

Water Allocation
Permit (MGM)

Water Purveyor
Name

PWSID

Nonresidential

(gpd)

Mendham Borough

Mendham Township
GSA
GSA

NJ0021334
MENDHAM BORO

GSA
GSA

Note: This table will be updated as individual municipal chapters are adopted.

52

Muni Net
Nonresidential
Buildout Total
Purveyor Net
Nonresidential
Buildout Total
Facility Net
Residential Buildout
Total
Muni Net
Residential Buildout
Total

Nonresidential

(gpd)
(gpd)
(gpd)
(gpd)
(gpd)

Purveyor Net
Residential Buildout
Total

Facility Net
Nonresidential
Buildout Total

Facility Name

Facility NJPDES
Permit #

Municipality

Water Allocation
Permit (MGM)

Water Purveyor
Name

PWSID

Residential

(gpd)

Wastewater Management Plan for Morris County


County-Wide Summary

In addition to these values, the NJDEP Highlands Rules restricts development densities and
the extension of public water service into the Highlands Preservation Area to development
types specified in the Highlands Water Protection and Planning Act.

Sufficiency of Water Supply


Pursuant to N.J.A.C. 7:15-5.25(f), a water supply analysis for Morris County is required to
demonstrate that the water supply needs associated with existing and future development do not
conflict with the current New Jersey State Water Supply Plan. The current New Jersey State
Water Supply Plan was adopted in August 1996.
Insufficient water supply information is available at this time to make any firm determinations
on the sufficiency of water supply. This evaluation will be updated as individual municipal
chapters are adopted. However, based on the information in Table 13 above, there is no
information indicating that there is a shortage of water supply. Further, there are no significant
water supply issues identified in the current State Water Supply Plan for the planning areas
impacting Morris County.2

As indicated by NJDEP analysis.

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Appendices

Appendix A Alternative Assignment of WMP Responsibility


Documentation of any alternative assignments of WMP responsibility is included in this
Appendix, based on the following listing:

Table A1 - Alternative Assignment of WMP Responsibility


Municipality

Assigned To

Assignment Date

Washington Township

Washington Township

February 1, 2012

Appendix B USEPA Section 201 Map Revisions or Grant Waivers


Grant Waivers are required for the following facilities in Morris County:

Denville Township

East Hanover Township

Florham Park Sewerage Utility

Musconetcong Sewerage Authority

Pequannock River Basin Regional Sewerage Authority

Rockaway Valley Regional Sewerage Authority

This list is available at http://www.epa.gov/region2/water/sewer.html.

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Appendix C Wastewater Facility Tables


The wastewater facility tables for all sanitary and/or process wastewater discharge to
surface water facilities and those sanitary/ and/or process wastewater discharge to
groundwater facilities discharging greater than 2,000 gallons per day (i.e., requiring NJPDES
permits) are listed below, based on whether they are domestic or industrial wastewater
treatment facilities, and whether they have service areas that affect more than one
municipality.
Facility Tables for each of the municipalities is as follows:
Chatham Township facilities tables are shown in tables C1405-1 through C1405-6
Jefferson Township facilities tables are shown in tables C1414-1 through C1414-32
*Infiltration/Inflow (I/I): Existing I/I should be identified. However, additional future I/I may not be
projected. (The NJPDES Treatment Works Approval regulations make numerical allowances for I/I).
The existing I/I can be carried-over and accounted for in the total future wastewater flow.

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Table C1405-1 DOMESTIC TREATMENT FACILITY SERVING ONE MUNICIPALITY


Chatham Main STP (Chatham WPCP #1)
1. Existing facility:
2. New Jersey Pollutant Discharge Elimination
NJ0020290
System Permit Number:
3. Discharge to ground water (DGW) or surface
DSW
water (DSW):
Passaic River
4. Receiving water or aquifer:
FW2-NT(C2)
5. Classification of receiving water or aquifer:
Chatham Township
6. Owner of facility:
Chatham Township
7. Operator of facility:
N/A
8. Co-Permittee of facility (where applicabl e):
9. Location of facility:
Chatham Township, Morris County
a. Municipality & County
Tanglewood Lane, Chatham, NJ 07928
b. Street address
Block 18 Lot 92
c. Block(s) and Lot(s)
10. Location of discharge (i.e. degrees, minutes, a. Longitude 74 23 53.1 W
b. Latitude 40 43 04.3 N
seconds):
c. State Plane Coordinates
X: 520374 Y: 686603
11. Present permitted flow or permit condition
1.155 MGD
(DSW) or daily maximum (DGW):
Current (Year 2010)
Build-out or 20-Year
*12. Summary of population served/to be served
Population
Future (Year 2030)
including major seasonal fluctuations:
9,880
10,897
Municipality: Chatham Township
Total
*13. Summary of wastewater flow received/to be
received as a 30-day average flow for DSW or a
Municipality: Chatham Township
Residential flow
Commercial flow
Industrial flow
Infiltration/Inflow
Municipal Total - Actual / Actual with Build-out
Approved TWA's
Municipal Total - Committed Flow
Septics in the SSA
Municipal Total - Projected Flow
Facility Total - Actual Flow
Facility Total - Committed Flow
Facility Total - Projected Flow

Current Flow
(in MGD)

Build-out
(in MGD)

0.561
0.036
0.000
0.214
0.811
0.078
0.889

0.595
0.075
0.000
0.214
0.884
0.078
0.028
0.990

0.811
0.889
0.990

Chatham Main

Table C1405-2 DOMESTIC TREATMENT FACILITIY SERVING MULTIPLE MUNICIPALITIES


Molitor WPCF (Madison Chatham Joint Meeting)
1. Existing facility:
2. New Jersey Pollutant Discharge Elimination
NJ0024937
System Permit Number:
3. Discharge to ground water (DGW) or surface
DSW
water (DSW):
Passaic River
4. Receiving water or aquifer:
FW2-NT(C2)
5. Classification of receiving water or aquifer:
Madison-Chatham Joint Meeting
6. Owner of facility:
Christopher Manak, Superintendent
7. Operator of facility:
8. Co-Permittee of facility (where applicabl e):
9. Location of facility:
Chatham Borough, Morris County
a. Municipality & County
214 North Passaic Avenue, Chatham, NJ 07928
b. Street address
Block 42 Lot 4
c. Block(s) and Lot(s)
10. Location of discharge (i.e. degrees, minutes, a. Longitude 74 22 10 W
b. Latitude 40 44 58N
seconds):
c. State Plane Coordinates
X: 528002
Y: 698055
11. Present permitted flow or permit condition
3.5 MGD
(DSW) or daily maximum (DGW):
Current (Year 2010)
Build-out or 20-Year
*12. Summary of population served/to be served
Population
Future (Year 2030)
including major seasonal fluctuations:
50
55
Municipality: Chatham Township
Total
Current (Year 2008)
Build-out or 20-Year
*13. Summary of wastewater flow received/to be
Flow
Future (Year 2030)
received as a 30-day average flow for DSW or a
(in MGD)
(in MGD)
daily maximum flow for DGW:
Municipality: Chatham Township
Residential flow
Commercial flow
Industrial flow
Infiltration/Inflow
Municipal Total - Actual / Actual with Build-out
Approved TWA's
Municipal Total - Committed Flow
Septics in the SSA
Municipal Total - Projected Flow *
Facility Total - Actual Flow
Facility Total - Committed Flow
Facility Total - Projected Flow

0.007
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.007
0.000
0.007
0.000

0.007
0.002
0.000
0.000
0.0089
0.000
0.0003
0.0092

TBD
TBD
TBD

*Only Chatham Twp flows are listed here. See current Molitor
WPCF (Madison Chatham Joint Meeting) Facility Table.

Molitor WPCF

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Table C1405 - 3
ON-SITE DOMESTIC TREATMENT FACILITIES
1. Existing facility:
2. New Jersey Pollutant Discharge Elimination
System Permit Number:
3. Discharge to ground water (DGW) or surface
water (DSW):
4. Receiving water or aquifer:
5. Classification of receiving water or aquifer:
6. Owner of facility:
7. Operator of facility:
8. Co-Permittee of facility (where applicable):
9. Location of facility:
a. Municipality & County
b. Street address
c. Block(s) and Lot(s)
10. Location of discharge (i.e. degrees, minutes,
seconds):

11. Present permitted flow or permit condition


(DSW) or daily maximum (DGW):
*13. Summary of population served/to be served
including major seasonal fluctuations:
Total
*14. Summary of wastewater flow received/to be
received as a 3-day average flow for DSW or a
daily maximum flow for DGW:
Residential flow
Commercial flow
Industrial flow
Infiltration/Inflow
Facility Total

St Huberts Animal Welfare Center


NJ0168114
DGW
II-A
Quaternary Age Alluvial Deposits
St. Huberts Animal Welfare Center
Meg M. Struble
575 Woodland Rd, Chatham Twp, NJ 07928
Chatham Twp, Morris County
Block 142 Lot 4
a. Longitude ____74 26 43 W_____________________
b. Latitude ___________40 45 54 N_______ or
c. State Plane Coordinates
___________________________________________
0.0055 mgd
Current (Year 2013)
Population
12,350 sq ft

Build-out

0
0.002
0
0

73,600 sq ft
Build-out or 20-Year Future
(Year 20__) as applicable
(in MGD)
0
0.0055
0
0

0.002

0.0055

Current (Year 20__) Flow


(in MGD)

* Infiltration/Inflow (I/I): Existing I/I should be identified. However, additional future I/I may not be projected. (The
NJPDES Treatment Works Approval regulations make numerical allowances for I/I.) The existing I/I can be
carried-over and accounted for in the total future wastewater flow.

Table C1405 -4
ON-SITE DOMESTIC TREATMENT FACILITIES
1. Existing facility:
2. New Jersey Pollutant Discharge Elimination
System Permit Number:
3. Discharge to ground water (DGW) or surface
water (DSW):
4. Receiving water or aquifer:
5. Classification of receiving water or aquifer:
6. Owner of facility:
7. Operator of facility:
8. Co-Permittee of facility (where applicable):
9. Location of facility:
a. Municipality & County
b. Street address
c. Block(s) and Lot(s)
10. Location of discharge (i.e. degrees, minutes,
seconds):

11. Present permitted flow or permit condition


(DSW) or daily maximum (DGW):
*13. Summary of population served/to be served
including major seasonal fluctuations:
Total
*14. Summary of wastewater flow received/to be
received as a 3-day average flow for DSW or a
daily maximum flow for DGW:
Residential flow
Commercial flow
Industrial flow
Infiltration/Inflow
Facility Total

Chatham Hill STP (Park Central TP)


NJ0020281
DSW
Passaic River
FW2-NT(C2)
Salem Management Co.
Paul Donovan

Chatham Twp, Morris County


River Road
Block 63 Lot 21.01
a. Longitude _____74 24 36 W
b. Latitude ___________40 42 46 N_ or
c. State Plane Coordinates
___________________________________________
0.030 MGD
Current (Year 2013)
Population
250

Build-out

0.007
0
0
0.008

250
Build-out or 20-Year Future
(Year 20__) as applicable
(in MGD)
0.007
0
0
0.008

0.015

0.015

Current (Year 20__) Flow


(in MGD)

* Infiltration/Inflow (I/I): Existing I/I should be identified. However, additional future I/I may not be projected. (The
NJPDES Treatment Works Approval regulations make numerical allowances for I/I.) The existing I/I can be
carried-over and accounted for in the total future wastewater flow.

Table C1405- 5 DOMESTIC TREATMENT FACILITY SERVING ONE MUNICIPALITY


Chatham Glen STP (Chatham WPCP #2)
1. Existing facility:
2. New Jersey Pollutant Discharge Elimination
NJ0052256
System Permit Number:
3. Discharge to ground water (DGW) or surface
DSW
water (DSW):
Passaic River
4. Receiving water or aquifer:
FW2-NT(C2)
5. Classification of receiving water or aquifer:
Chatham Township
6. Owner of facility:
Chatham Township
7. Operator of facility:
N/A
8. Co-Permittee of facility (where applicabl e):
9. Location of facility:
Chatham, Morris County
a. Municipality & County
Riveredge Drive, Chatham, NJ 07928
b. Street address
Block 64.04 Lot 6
c. Block(s) and Lot(s)
10. Location of discharge (i.e. degrees, minutes, a. Longitude 74 23 53.1 W
b. Latitude 40 43 04.3 N
seconds):
c. State Plane Coordinates
X: 520374 Y: 686603
11. Present permitted flow or permit condition
0.155 MGD
(DSW) or daily maximum (DGW):
Current (Year 2010)
Build-out or 20-Year
*12. Summary of population served/to be served
Population
Future (Year 2030)
including major seasonal fluctuations:
62
0
Municipality: Chatham Township
Total
*13. Summary of wastewater flow received/to be
received as a 30-day average flow for DSW or a
daily maximum flow for DGW:
Municipality: Chatham Township
Residential flow
Commercial flow
Industrial flow
Infiltration/Inflow
Municipal Total - Actual / Actual with Build-out
Approved TWA's
Municipal Total - Committed Flow
Septics in the SSA
Municipal Total - Projected Flow
Facility Total - Actual Flow
Facility Total - Committed Flow
Facility Total - Projected Flow

Current Flow
(in MGD)
0.120
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.120
0.000
0.120

Build-out or 20-Year
Future (Year 2030)
(in MGD)
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000

0.120
0.120
0.000

Chatham Glen STP

Table C1405 -6
ON-SITE DOMESTIC TREATMENT FACILITIES
1. Existing facility:
2. New Jersey Pollutant Discharge Elimination
System Permit Number:
3. Discharge to ground water (DGW) or surface
water (DSW):
4. Receiving water or aquifer:
5. Classification of receiving water or aquifer:
6. Owner of facility:
7. Operator of facility:
8. Co-Permittee of facility (where applicable):
9. Location of facility:
a. Municipality & County
b. Street address
c. Block(s) and Lot(s)
10. Location of discharge (i.e. degrees, minutes,
seconds):

11. Present permitted flow or permit condition


(DSW) or daily maximum (DGW):
*13. Summary of population served/to be served
including major seasonal fluctuations:
Total
*14. Summary of wastewater flow received/to be
received as a 3-day average flow for DSW or a
daily maximum flow for DGW:
Residential flow
Commercial flow
Industrial flow
Infiltration/Inflow
Facility Total

Passaic River Park


Pending
DGW

Morris County Park Commission


Art Vitale

Chatham Twp, Morris County


Wilson Avenue
Block 44 Lot 1
a. Longitude _________________________
b. Latitude ___________________________ or
c. State Plane Coordinates
___________________________________________
0.0045 MGD
Current (Year 20__)
Population

Build-out or 20-Year Future


(Year 20__) specify one as
applicable

Current (Year 20__) Flow


(in MGD)

Build-out
(in MGD)

0.0045
0
0
0

0.0045
0
0
0

0.0045

0.0045

* Infiltration/Inflow (I/I): Existing I/I should be identified. However, additional future I/I may not be projected. (The
NJPDES Treatment Works Approval regulations make numerical allowances for I/I.) The existing I/I can be
carried-over and accounted for in the total future wastewater flow.

Table C1414-1 DOMESTIC TREATMENT FACILITIES SERVING ONE MUNICIPALITY


White Rock Lake STP
1. Existing facility:
2. New Jersey Pollutant Discharge Elimination
NJ0026867
System Permit Number:
3. Discharge to ground water (DGW) or surface
DSW
water (DSW):
Mitt Pond (Russia Brook)
4. Receiving water or aquifer:
FW2-NT(C2)
5. Classification of receiving water or aquifer:
Jefferson Township
6. Owner of facility:
Jefferson Township
7. Operator of facility:
N/A
8. Co-Permittee of facility (where applicabl e):
9. Location of facility:
Jefferson Township, Morris County
a. Municipality & County
7A Mirror Place, Jefferson Twp., NJ 07438
b. Street address
Block 453.04, Lot 52.01
c. Block(s) and Lot(s)
10. Location of discharge (i.e. degrees, minutes, a. Longitude 41 01 54 W
b. Latitude 74 30 51 N
seconds):
c. State Plane Coordinates
X: 487433 Y: 801400
11. Present permitted flow or permit condition
0.1295 MGD
(DSW) or daily maximum (DGW):
Current (Year 2010)
20-Year Future (Year
*12. Summary of population served/to be served
Population
2035)
including major seasonal fluctuations:
2,036
2,711
Municipality: Jefferson Twp.
Total
*13. Summary of wastewater flow received/to be
received as a 30-day average flow for DSW or a
daily maximum flow for DGW:
Municipality: Jefferson Twp.
Residential flow
Commercial flow
Industrial flow
Infiltration/Inflow
Municipal Total - Actual / Actual with Build-out
Approved TWA's
Municipal Total - Committed Flow
Septics in the SSA
Municipal Total - Projected Flow
Facility Total - Actual Flow
Facility Total - Committed Flow
Facility Total - Projected Flow

Current Flow
(in MGD)
0.073
0.008
0.000
0.000
0.081
0.000
0.081

Build-out or 20-Year
Future (Year 2035)
(in MGD)
0.110
0.015
0.000
0.000
0.125
0.000
0.0006
0.1257

0.081
0.081
0.1257

Table C1414 - 2 DOMESTIC TREATMENT FACILITIES SERVING MULTIPLE MUNICIPALITIES


Musconetcong Sewage Authority STP
1. Existing facility:
2. New Jersey Pollutant Discharge Elimination
NJ0027821
System Permit Number:
3. Discharge to ground water (DGW) or surface
DSW
water (DSW):
Musconetcong River
4. Receiving water or aquifer:
FW2-TM(C2)
5. Classification of receiving water or aquifer:
Musconetcong Sewage Authority
6. Owner of facility:
David Biasi, Facilities Manager
7. Operator of facility:
8. Co-Permittee of facility (where applicabl e):
9. Location of facility:
Mt. Olive Township, Morris County
a. Municipality & County
110 Continental Dr., Mt. Olive, NJ 07828
b. Street address
Block 201, Lot 3
c. Block(s) and Lot(s)
10. Location of discharge (i.e. degrees, minutes, a. Longitude 74 43 21 W
b. Latitude 40 54 49.7 N
seconds):
c. State Plane Coordinates
X: 430347 Y: 757066
11. Present permitted flow or permit condition
4.31 MGD (1)
(DSW) or daily maximum (DGW):
Current (Year 2010)
Build-out or 20-Year
*12. Summary of population served/to be served
Population
Future (Year 2035)
including major seasonal fluctuations:
0
5,615
Municipality: Jefferson Township
Total
*13. Summary of wastewater flow received/to be
received as a 30-day average flow for DSW or a
daily maximum flow for DGW:
Municipality: Jefferson Township (2)
Residential flow
Commercial flow
Industrial flow
Infiltration/Inflow
Municipal Total - Actual / Actual with Build-out
Approved TWA's
Municipal Total - Committed Flow
Septics in the SSA
Municipal Total - Projected Flow *

Facility Total - Actual Flow


Facility Total - Committed Flow
Facility Total - Projected Flow

Current Flow
(in MGD)

0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000

Build-out or 20-Year
Future (Year 2035)
(in MGD)

0.029
0.022
0.000
0.000
0.051
0.000
0.771
0.822

TBD
TBD
TBD

* Only Jefferson Twp flows are listed here. See current Musconetcong Sewage Authority STP (MSA) Facility Table.

(1) Discharge Allocation Certificate (DAC) totals 5.79 MGD.


(2) Jefferson Township's buildout flow falls within the DAC
indicated in (1). The DAC for MSA is 1.48 MGD. The
allocated capacity for Jefferson Twp is 0.860 MGD.

Table C1414 - 3
ON-SITE DOMESTIC TREATMENT FACILITIES
1. Existing facility:
2. New Jersey Pollutant Discharge Elimination
System Permit Number:
3. Discharge to ground water (DGW) or surface
water (DSW):
4. Receiving water or aquifer:
5. Classification of receiving water or aquifer:
6. Owner of facility:
7. Operator of facility:
8. Co-Permittee of facility (where applicable):
9. Location of facility:
a. Municipality & County
b. Street address
c. Block(s) and Lot(s)
10. Location of discharge (i.e. degrees, minutes,
seconds):

11. Present permitted flow or permit condition


(DSW) or daily maximum (DGW):
*13. Summary of population served/to be served
including major seasonal fluctuations:
Total
*14. Summary of wastewater flow received/to be
received as a 3-day average flow for DSW or a
daily maximum flow for DGW:
Residential flow
Commercial flow
Industrial flow
Infiltration/Inflow
Facility Total

Jefferson Township High-Middle School


NJ0021091
DSW
Russia Brook
FW2-NT(C2)
Jefferson Township Board of Education
Dora Mylchreest

Jefferson Township, Morris County


1010 Weldon Road
Block 336 Lot 10.01
a. Longitude _________________________
b. Latitude ___________________________ or
c. State Plane Coordinates ___794,710 &
477,139_____________________
0.0275 MGD
Current (Year 2013)
Population

Build-out

Current (Year 2013) Flow


(in MGD)

Build-out
(in MGD)

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0.015950

0.0275

* Infiltration/Inflow (I/I): Existing I/I should be identified. However, additional future I/I may not be projected. (The
NJPDES Treatment Works Approval regulations make numerical allowances for I/I.) The existing I/I can be
carried-over and accounted for in the total future wastewater flow.

Table C1414 - 4
ON-SITE DOMESTIC TREATMENT FACILITIES
1. Existing facility:
2. New Jersey Pollutant Discharge Elimination
System Permit Number:
3. Discharge to ground water (DGW) or surface
water (DSW):
4. Receiving water or aquifer:
5. Classification of receiving water or aquifer:
6. Owner of facility:
7. Operator of facility:
8. Co-Permittee of facility (where applicable):
9. Location of facility:
a. Municipality & County
b. Street address
c. Block(s) and Lot(s)
10. Location of discharge (i.e. degrees, minutes,
seconds):

11. Present permitted flow or permit condition


(DSW) or daily maximum (DGW):
*13. Summary of population served/to be served
including major seasonal fluctuations:
Total
*14. Summary of wastewater flow received/to be
received as a 3-day average flow for DSW or a
daily maximum flow for DGW:
Residential flow
Commercial flow
Industrial flow
Infiltration/Inflow
Facility Total

Arthur Stanlick School


NJ0021105
DSW
Lake Shawnee
FW2-NT(C2)
Jefferson Township
Alice Robinson

Jefferson Township, Morris County


East Shawnee Trail
Block 273 Lot 5
a. Longitude _________________________
b. Latitude ___________________________ or
c. State Plane Coordinates ___778,816 &
467,270_____________________
0.007095 MGD
Current (Year 2013)
Population

Build-out

Current (Year 2013) Flow


(in MGD)

Build-out
(in MGD)

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0.003143

0.007095

* Infiltration/Inflow (I/I): Existing I/I should be identified. However, additional future I/I may not be projected. (The
NJPDES Treatment Works Approval regulations make numerical allowances for I/I.) The existing I/I can be
carried-over and accounted for in the total future wastewater flow.

Table C1414 - 5
ON-SITE DOMESTIC TREATMENT FACILITIES
1. Existing facility:
2. New Jersey Pollutant Discharge Elimination
System Permit Number:
3. Discharge to ground water (DGW) or surface
water (DSW):
4. Receiving water or aquifer:
5. Classification of receiving water or aquifer:
6. Owner of facility:
7. Operator of facility:
8. Co-Permittee of facility (where applicable):
9. Location of facility:
a. Municipality & County
b. Street address
c. Block(s) and Lot(s)
10. Location of discharge (i.e. degrees, minutes,
seconds):

11. Present permitted flow or permit condition


(DSW) or daily maximum (DGW):
*13. Summary of population served/to be served
including major seasonal fluctuations:
Total
*14. Summary of wastewater flow received/to be
received as a 3-day average flow for DSW or a
daily maximum flow for DGW:
Residential flow
Commercial flow
Industrial flow
Infiltration/Inflow
Facility Total

Seneca Garden Apartments


NJ0065820
DGW
Crystalline Rocks
II-A
Seneca Garden Apartments
Jerold Goldberg

Jefferson & Morris County


Rt 15 & Cella St, Jefferson, NJ 07849
Block 249 Lot 17
a. Longitude ________________________________
b. Latitude ___________ _______ or
c. State Plane Coordinates
465076 X-coord & 773307 y-coord
0.01635 mgd
Current (Year 2013)
Population

Build-out

0.0051
0
0
0

Build-out or 20-Year Future


(Year 20__) as applicable
(in MGD)
0.0051
0
0
0

0.0051

0.01635

Current (Year 2013) Flow


(in MGD)

* Infiltration/Inflow (I/I): Existing I/I should be identified. However, additional future I/I may not be projected. (The
NJPDES Treatment Works Approval regulations make numerical allowances for I/I.) The existing I/I can be
carried-over and accounted for in the total future wastewater flow.

Table C1414 - 6
ON-SITE DOMESTIC TREATMENT FACILITIES
1. Existing facility:
2. New Jersey Pollutant Discharge Elimination
System Permit Number:
3. Discharge to ground water (DGW) or surface
water (DSW):
4. Receiving water or aquifer:
5. Classification of receiving water or aquifer:
6. Owner of facility:
7. Operator of facility:
8. Co-Permittee of facility (where applicable):
9. Location of facility:
a. Municipality & County
b. Street address
c. Block(s) and Lot(s)
10. Location of discharge (i.e. degrees, minutes,
seconds):

11. Present permitted flow or permit condition


(DSW) or daily maximum (DGW):
*13. Summary of population served/to be served
including major seasonal fluctuations:
Total
*14. Summary of wastewater flow received/to be
received as a 3-day average flow for DSW or a
daily maximum flow for DGW:
Residential flow
Commercial flow
Industrial flow
Infiltration/Inflow
Facility Total

Sandy Point Mobile Home Park


NJ0068331
DGW
Glacial Drift
II-A
Sandy Point Park & Marina LLC
Sharon Leek

Jefferson Township, Morris County


5 Wild Way
Block 133 Lot 1
a. Longitude _____
b. Latitude ___________ _ or
c. State Plane Coordinates ____________775742 &
460602______________
0.0075 MGD
Current (Year 2013)
Population

Build-out

0
0
0
0

Build-out or 20-Year Future


(Year 20__) as applicable
(in MGD)
0
0
0
0

0.0075

0.0075

Current (Year 2013) Flow


(in MGD)

* Infiltration/Inflow (I/I): Existing I/I should be identified. However, additional future I/I may not be projected. (The
NJPDES Treatment Works Approval regulations make numerical allowances for I/I.) The existing I/I can be
carried-over and accounted for in the total future wastewater flow.

Table C1414 - 7
ON-SITE DOMESTIC TREATMENT FACILITIES
1. Existing facility:
2. New Jersey Pollutant Discharge Elimination
System Permit Number:
3. Discharge to ground water (DGW) or surface
water (DSW):
4. Receiving water or aquifer:
5. Classification of receiving water or aquifer:
6. Owner of facility:
7. Operator of facility:
8. Co-Permittee of facility (where applicable):
9. Location of facility:
a. Municipality & County
b. Street address
c. Block(s) and Lot(s)
10. Location of discharge (i.e. degrees, minutes,
seconds):

11. Present permitted flow or permit condition


(DSW) or daily maximum (DGW):
*13. Summary of population served/to be served
including major seasonal fluctuations:
Total
*14. Summary of wastewater flow received/to be
received as a 3-day average flow for DSW or a
daily maximum flow for DGW:
Residential flow
Commercial flow
Industrial flow
Infiltration/Inflow
Facility Total

Jefferson Village Square


NJ0089028
DGW
II-A
Crystalline Rocks
HRA Management & Consulting Co
Richard F. Lubkin

Jefferson Township, Morris County


Rt 15 & Franklin Street
Block 272.01 Lot 18
a. Longitude _________________________
b. Latitude ___________________________ or
c. State Plane Coordinates ___774014 &
465609_____________________
0.001967 MGD
Current (Year 2013)
Population

Build-out

Current (Year 2013) Flow


(in MGD)

Build-out
(in MGD)

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0.00142

0.001967

* Infiltration/Inflow (I/I): Existing I/I should be identified. However, additional future I/I may not be projected. (The
NJPDES Treatment Works Approval regulations make numerical allowances for I/I.) The existing I/I can be
carried-over and accounted for in the total future wastewater flow.

Table C1414 - 8
ON-SITE DOMESTIC TREATMENT FACILITIES
1. Existing facility:
2. New Jersey Pollutant Discharge Elimination
System Permit Number:
3. Discharge to ground water (DGW) or surface
water (DSW):
4. Receiving water or aquifer:
5. Classification of receiving water or aquifer:
6. Owner of facility:
7. Operator of facility:
8. Co-Permittee of facility (where applicable):
9. Location of facility:
a. Municipality & County
b. Street address
c. Block(s) and Lot(s)
10. Location of discharge (i.e. degrees, minutes,
seconds):

11. Present permitted flow or permit condition


(DSW) or daily maximum (DGW):
*13. Summary of population served/to be served
including major seasonal fluctuations:
Total
*14. Summary of wastewater flow received/to be
received as a 3-day average flow for DSW or a
daily maximum flow for DGW:
Residential flow
Commercial flow
Industrial flow
Infiltration/Inflow
Facility Total

Pathmark Supermarket
NJ0108243
DGW
II-A
Crystalline Rocks
Pathmark Stores Inc.
David Kelly

Jefferson Township, Morris County


Rt 15 & Bowling Green
Block 273 Lot 1
a. Longitude _________________________
b. Latitude ___________________________ or
c. State Plane Coordinates ___775141 &
465316________________
0.01 MGD
Current (Year 2013)
Population

Build-out

Current (Year 2013) Flow


(in MGD)

Build-out
(in MGD)

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0.007840

0.01

* Infiltration/Inflow (I/I): Existing I/I should be identified. However, additional future I/I may not be projected. (The
NJPDES Treatment Works Approval regulations make numerical allowances for I/I.) The existing I/I can be
carried-over and accounted for in the total future wastewater flow.

Table C1414 - 9
ON-SITE DOMESTIC TREATMENT FACILITIES
1. Existing facility:
2. New Jersey Pollutant Discharge Elimination
System Permit Number:
3. Discharge to ground water (DGW) or surface
water (DSW):
4. Receiving water or aquifer:
5. Classification of receiving water or aquifer:
6. Owner of facility:
7. Operator of facility:
8. Co-Permittee of facility (where applicable):
9. Location of facility:
a. Municipality & County
b. Street address
c. Block(s) and Lot(s)
10. Location of discharge (i.e. degrees, minutes,
seconds):

11. Present permitted flow or permit condition


(DSW) or daily maximum (DGW):
*13. Summary of population served/to be served
including major seasonal fluctuations:
Total
*14. Summary of wastewater flow received/to be
received as a 3-day average flow for DSW or a
daily maximum flow for DGW:
Residential flow
Commercial flow
Industrial flow
Infiltration/Inflow
Facility Total

Jefferson Village WTP


NJ0133558
DGW
II-A
Crystalline Rocks
Applied Wastewater Management Inc.
Steve Curtis

Jefferson Township, Morris County


Edison & Espanong Rds
Block 250.3 Lot 1.02
a. Longitude _________________________
b. Latitude ___________________________ or
c. State Plane Coordinates ___770125 &
46175_____________________
0.125 MGD
Current (Year 2013)
Population

Build-out

Current (Year 2013) Flow


(in MGD)

Build-out
(in MGD)

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0.0878

0.125

* Infiltration/Inflow (I/I): Existing I/I should be identified. However, additional future I/I may not be projected. (The
NJPDES Treatment Works Approval regulations make numerical allowances for I/I.) The existing I/I can be
carried-over and accounted for in the total future wastewater flow.

Table C1414 -10


ON-SITE DOMESTIC TREATMENT FACILITIES
1. Existing facility:
2. New Jersey Pollutant Discharge Elimination
System Permit Number:
3. Discharge to ground water (DGW) or surface
water (DSW):
4. Receiving water or aquifer:
5. Classification of receiving water or aquifer:
6. Owner of facility:
7. Operator of facility:
8. Co-Permittee of facility (where applicable):
9. Location of facility:
a. Municipality & County
b. Street address
c. Block(s) and Lot(s)
10. Location of discharge (i.e. degrees, minutes,
seconds):

11. Present permitted flow or permit condition


(DSW) or daily maximum (DGW):
*13. Summary of population served/to be served
including major seasonal fluctuations:
Total
*14. Summary of wastewater flow received/to be
received as a 3-day average flow for DSW or a
daily maximum flow for DGW:
Residential flow
Commercial flow
Industrial flow
Infiltration/Inflow
Facility Total

Berkshire Valley Golf Course


NJ00141445
DGW
II-A
Shawangunk and Green Pond
Morris County Park Commission
David D. Helmer

Jefferson Township, Morris County


Berkshire Valley & Cozy Lake Roads
Block 387 Lot 1
a. Longitude _________________________
b. Latitude ___________________________ or
c. State Plane Coordinates ___792325 &
487586_____________________
0.003485 MGD
Current (Year 2013)
Population

Build-out

Current (Year 2013) Flow


(in MGD)

Build-out
(in MGD)

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0.0025

0.003485

* Infiltration/Inflow (I/I): Existing I/I should be identified. However, additional future I/I may not be projected. (The
NJPDES Treatment Works Approval regulations make numerical allowances for I/I.) The existing I/I can be
carried-over and accounted for in the total future wastewater flow.

Table C1414 -11


SANITARY SUBSURFACE SEWAGE DISPOSAL SYSTEM GENERAL
PERMIT (T-1 PERMIT) TREATMENT FACILITY

1. Name of Facility: Ellen T. Briggs School


2. New Jersey Pollutant Discharge Elimination System Permit
Number: NJG0102741
3. Discharge to Groundwater
4. Owner of facility:

Jefferson Township Board of Education

5. Operator of facility: James E. Tasker


6. Location of facility:
a. Municipality & County: Jefferson Township, Morris County
b. Street Address:

1 Jefferson Drive

c. Block(s) and Lot(s) Block 232.03 Lot 6.01


7. Location of discharge (i.e. degrees, minutes, seconds):
a. Longitude

b. Latitude

or State Plane Coordinates: X: 460,559___Y: 771,993


8. Summary of current population served identifying all wastewater
generating uses:
This school serves 365 students. The school is served by (4) 2000 gallon
septic tanks which are pressure-dosed to two disposal fields (22,896 SF
total). The system authorized by this permit is for sanitary waste only.

Table C1414 -12


SANITARY SUBSURFACE SEWAGE DISPOSAL SYSTEM GENERAL
PERMIT (T-1 PERMIT) TREATMENT FACILITY

1. Name of Facility: Willow Lake Day Camp


2. New Jersey Pollutant Discharge Elimination System Permit
Number: NJG0103284
3. Discharge to Groundwater
4. Owner of facility:

Wendy Saiff

5. Operator of facility: Wendy Saiff


6. Location of facility:
a. Municipality & County: Jefferson Township, Morris County
b. Street Address:

Rt 181

c. Block(s) and Lot(s) Block 329 Lot 5


7. Location of discharge (i.e. degrees, minutes, seconds):
a. Longitude

b. Latitude

or State Plane Coordinates: X: 461,043___Y: 785,500


8. Summary of current population served identifying all wastewater
generating uses:
This facility is a day camp with various activity and storage/office buildings
which discharges to two septic tanks (1,000 gallons each). The camp
includes 955 students and staff. The system authorized by this permit is
for sanitary waste only.

Table C1414 -13


SANITARY SUBSURFACE SEWAGE DISPOSAL SYSTEM GENERAL
PERMIT (T-1 PERMIT) TREATMENT FACILITY

1. Name of Facility: Lakeside Shopping Center


2. New Jersey Pollutant Discharge Elimination System Permit
Number: NJG0106968
3. Discharge to Groundwater
4. Owner of facility:

Seretis Properties LLC

5. Operator of facility: Nicholas Seretis


6. Location of facility:
a. Municipality & County: Jefferson Township, Morris County
b. Street Address:

Rt 15 S & Bowling Green Parkway

c. Block(s) and Lot(s) Block 273.01 Lot 2


7. Location of discharge (i.e. degrees, minutes, seconds):
a. Longitude

b. Latitude

or State Plane Coordinates: X: 465,003___Y: 775,453


8. Summary of current population served identifying all wastewater
generating uses:
The original authorization was for a septic system serving a strip mall
shopping center, consisting of two buildings, one with 12, 206 SF, the
other with 15, 590 SF. This authorization is for the disposal of sanitary
waste only.

Table C1414 -14


SANITARY SUBSURFACE SEWAGE DISPOSAL SYSTEM GENERAL
PERMIT (T-1 PERMIT) TREATMENT FACILITY

1. Name of Facility: RLM Development Corp


2. New Jersey Pollutant Discharge Elimination System Permit
Number: NJG0107832
3. Discharge to Groundwater
4. Owner of facility:

RLM Development Corp

5. Operator of facility: Ralph Lamana


6. Location of facility:
a. Municipality & County: Jefferson Township, Morris County
b. Street Address:

770 Rt 15 S

c. Block(s) and Lot(s) Block 233.03 Lot 29.02, 29.01


7. Location of discharge (i.e. degrees, minutes, seconds):
a. Longitude

b. Latitude

or State Plane Coordinates: X: 464,743___Y: 775,523


8. Summary of current population served identifying all wastewater
generating uses:
This facility consists of three buildings used for retail activities (general
retail store/ office/whse., barber, beauty, parlor, dog grooming, deli, auto
body) plus a one bedroom apartment. The system authorized by this
permit is for sanitary waste only.

Table C1414 -15


SANITARY SUBSURFACE SEWAGE DISPOSAL SYSTEM GENERAL
PERMIT (T-1 PERMIT) TREATMENT FACILITY

1. Name of Facility: Jefferson Gardens


2. New Jersey Pollutant Discharge Elimination System Permit
Number: NJG0108570
3. Discharge to Groundwater
4. Owner of facility:

Jefferson Gardens Associations

5. Operator of facility: Sandra Lebzelter


6. Location of facility:
a. Municipality & County: Jefferson Township, Morris County
b. Street Address:

680 Rt 15 S

c. Block(s) and Lot(s) Block 249 Lot 4


7. Location of discharge (i.e. degrees, minutes, seconds):
a. Longitude

b. Latitude

or State Plane Coordinates: X: 465,290___Y: 773,325


8. Summary of current population served identifying all wastewater
generating uses:
This facility consists of a six building apartment complex with several small
septic systems on the site. The system authorized by this permit is for
sanitary waste only.

Table C1414 -16


SANITARY SUBSURFACE SEWAGE DISPOSAL SYSTEM GENERAL
PERMIT (T-1 PERMIT) TREATMENT FACILITY

1. Name of Facility: Sonnys Restaurant & 8 Apts.


2. New Jersey Pollutant Discharge Elimination System Permit
Number: NJG0128350
3. Discharge to Groundwater
4. Owner of facility:

Swann Lake Enterprises LLC

5. Operator of facility: Joe Rodriquez


6. Location of facility:
a. Municipality & County: Jefferson Township, Morris County
b. Street Address:

57 Moquis Trail

c. Block(s) and Lot(s) Block 422 Lot 2


7. Location of discharge (i.e. degrees, minutes, seconds):
a. Longitude

b. Latitude

or State Plane Coordinates: X: 487,503___Y: 794,096


8. Summary of current population served identifying all wastewater
generating uses:
The above referenced facility consists of 100 seat restaurant, 15 seat bar,
and 8 apartments. There is one pressure dosing system located across
the street and receives flow from apartment bathrooms and restaurant
bathrooms. The restaurant kitchen is served by a separate gravity fed
system, which does not cross the road. The total number of systems that
serve this facility are 2. The total design flow for the facility is 5,200
gallons per day. The system authorized by this permit is for sanitary waste
only.

Table C1414 -17


SANITARY SUBSURFACE SEWAGE DISPOSAL SYSTEM GENERAL
PERMIT (T-1 PERMIT) TREATMENT FACILITY

1. Name of Facility: Green Valley Shopping Center


2. New Jersey Pollutant Discharge Elimination System Permit
Number: NJG0128830
3. Discharge to Groundwater
4. Owner of facility:

John Wheeler

5. Operator of facility: John Wheeler


6. Location of facility:
a. Municipality & County:Jefferson Township, Morris County 07438
b. Street Address: 5545-5553 Berkshire Valley Road (Rt 699)
c. Block(s) and Lot(s) Block 458 Lot 3
7. Location of discharge (i.e. degrees, minutes, seconds):
a. Longitude

b. Latitude

or State Plane Coordinates: X: 490,443___Y: 802,318


8. Summary of current population served identifying all wastewater
generating uses:
The facility consists of a shopping center with eight realty units serviced by
three onsite subsurface disposal systems. The system authorized by this
permit is for sanitary waste only.

Table C1414 -18


SANITARY SUBSURFACE SEWAGE DISPOSAL SYSTEM GENERAL
PERMIT (T-1 PERMIT) TREATMENT FACILITY

1. Name of Facility: New Orleans Steak House


2. New Jersey Pollutant Discharge Elimination System Permit
Number: NJG0129551
3. Discharge to Groundwater
4. Owner of facility:

Jimmy Apostolopoulos

5. Operator of facility: Jimmy Apostolopoulos


6. Location of facility:
a. Municipality & County:Jefferson Township, Morris County 07885
b. Street Address:

75 Rt 15

c. Block(s) and Lot(s) Block 260.01 Lot 1


7. Location of discharge (i.e. degrees, minutes, seconds):
a. Longitude

b. Latitude

or State Plane Coordinates: X: 467,215___Y: 764,351


8. Summary of current population served identifying all wastewater
generating uses:
This facility consists of 4,968 SF restaurant serving a maximum of 400
patrons per day. The system authorized is for sanitary waste only.

Table C1414 -19


SANITARY SUBSURFACE SEWAGE DISPOSAL SYSTEM GENERAL
PERMIT (T-1 PERMIT) TREATMENT FACILITY

1. Name of Facility: Casa Bianca Restaurant


2. New Jersey Pollutant Discharge Elimination System Permit
Number: NJG0136379
3. Discharge to Groundwater
4. Owner of facility:

Casa Bianca Restaurant

5. Operator of facility: Sefula Seji


6. Location of facility:
a. Municipality & County: Jefferson Township, Morris County
b. Street Address:

5266 Berkshire Valley Road

c. Block(s) and Lot(s) Block 369.01 Lot 1


7. Location of discharge (i.e. degrees, minutes, seconds):
a. Longitude

b. Latitude

or State Plane Coordinates: X: 465,298___Y: 773,392


8. Summary of current population served identifying all wastewater
generating uses:
Weight lifting/ aerobics/ racquetball/ tanning/ rockwall climbing etc. There
is also room on the lower level used for birthday parties.

Table C1414 -20


SANITARY SUBSURFACE SEWAGE DISPOSAL SYSTEM GENERAL
PERMIT (T-1 PERMIT) TREATMENT FACILITY

1. Name of Facility: Olympus Gym


2. New Jersey Pollutant Discharge Elimination System Permit
Number: NJG0140007
3. Discharge to Groundwater
4. Owner of facility:

Jefferson Fitness Facility

5. Operator of facility: Olympus Gym/ John Barbero


6. Location of facility:
a. Municipality & County: Jefferson Township, Morris County
b. Street Address:

10 Tierney Road

c. Block(s) and Lot(s) Block 249 Lot 3.10


7. Location of discharge (i.e. degrees, minutes, seconds):
a. Longitude

b. Latitude

or State Plane Coordinates: X: 465,298___Y: 773,392


8. Summary of current population served identifying all wastewater
generating uses:
Weight lifting/ aerobics/ racquetball/ tanning/ rockwall climbing etc. There
is also room on the lower level used for birthday parties.

Table C1414 -21


SANITARY SUBSURFACE SEWAGE DISPOSAL SYSTEM GENERAL
PERMIT (T-1 PERMIT) TREATMENT FACILITY

1. Name of Facility: Wendys Restaurant


2. New Jersey Pollutant Discharge Elimination System Permit
Number: NJG0142727
3. Discharge to Groundwater
4. Owner of facility:

728 Route 15 South LLC

5. Operator of facility: David C. Cahill


6. Location of facility:
a. Municipality & County: Jefferson Township, Morris County
b. Street Address:

728 Rt 15 South

c. Block(s) and Lot(s) Block 249 Lot 1


7. Location of discharge (i.e. degrees, minutes, seconds):
a. Longitude

b. Latitude

or State Plane Coordinates: X: 465,094___Y: 774,142 _


8. Summary of current population served identifying all wastewater
generating uses:
Existing 90 seat restaurant.

Table C1414 -22


SANITARY SUBSURFACE SEWAGE DISPOSAL SYSTEM GENERAL
PERMIT (T-1 PERMIT) TREATMENT FACILITY

1. Name of Facility: Jefferson Hills Garden Apartments


2. New Jersey Pollutant Discharge Elimination System Permit
Number: NJG0142808
3. Discharge to Groundwater
4. Owner of facility:

Michael J. Pinter

5. Operator of facility: Michael J. Pinter


6. Location of facility:
a. Municipality & County: Jefferson Township, Morris County
b. Street Address:

Bigelow Road

c. Block(s) and Lot(s) Block 573 Lot 25


7. Location of discharge (i.e. degrees, minutes, seconds):
a. Longitude

b. Latitude

or State Plane Coordinates: X: 507,089___Y: 807,295 _


8. Summary of current population served identifying all wastewater
generating uses:
Existing residential apartment building with 18 units.

Table C1414 -23


SANITARY SUBSURFACE SEWAGE DISPOSAL SYSTEM GENERAL
PERMIT (T-1 PERMIT) TREATMENT FACILITY

1. Name of Facility: Jefferson House Restaurant


2. New Jersey Pollutant Discharge Elimination System Permit
Number: NJG0156973
3. Discharge to Groundwater
4. Owner of facility:

Jefferson House Corp.

5. Operator of facility:

William Orth

6. Location of facility:
a. Municipality & County: Jefferson Township, Morris County
b. Street Address:

139 Nolans Pt Road

c. Block(s) and Lot(s) Block 196 Lot 38


7. Location of discharge (i.e. degrees, minutes, seconds):
a. Longitude

b. Latitude

or State Plane Coordinates: X: 457,191___Y: 769,995 _


8. Summary of current population served identifying all wastewater
generating uses:
The existing facility is three story frame restaurant with apartments.

Table C1414 -24


SANITARY SUBSURFACE SEWAGE DISPOSAL SYSTEM GENERAL
PERMIT (T-1 PERMIT) TREATMENT FACILITY

1. Name of Facility: Oak Mobile Home Park


2. New Jersey Pollutant Discharge Elimination System Permit
Number: NJG0159930
3. Discharge to Groundwater
4. Owner of facility:

Milton Oakridge Associates LLC

5. Operator of facility:

Vincent ORourke

6. Location of facility:
a. Municipality & County: Jefferson Township, Morris County
b. Street Address:

74 Milton Street

c. Block(s) and Lot(s) Block 456 Lot 24


7. Location of discharge (i.e. degrees, minutes, seconds):
a. Longitude

b. Latitude

or State Plane Coordinates: X: 486,940___Y: 799,008 _


8. Summary of current population served identifying all wastewater
generating uses:
Mobile Home Park with a total of 54 homes, 49 are age restricted mobile
homes. The remaining 5 buildings are regular dwellings which are not age
restricted.

Table C1414 -25


SANITARY SUBSURFACE SEWAGE DISPOSAL SYSTEM GENERAL
PERMIT (T-1 PERMIT) TREATMENT FACILITY

1. Name of Facility: San Bar Mobile Home Park


2. New Jersey Pollutant Discharge Elimination System Permit
Number: NJG0168491
3. Discharge to Groundwater
4. Owner of facility:

YB Properties

5. Operator of facility:

Al Porfido

6. Location of facility:
a. Municipality & County: Jefferson Township, Morris County
b. Street Address:

27 San-Bar Drive

c. Block(s) and Lot(s) Block 209 Lot 2


7. Location of discharge (i.e. degrees, minutes, seconds):
a. Longitude

b. Latitude

or State Plane Coordinates: X: 458,944___Y: 767,999 _


8. Summary of current population served identifying all wastewater
generating uses:
The facility is a mobile home park containing 29 mobile homes. This site
has sewage disposal systems comprised of 39 cesspools.

Table C1414 -26


SANITARY SUBSURFACE SEWAGE DISPOSAL SYSTEM GENERAL
PERMIT (T-1 PERMIT) TREATMENT FACILITY

1. Name of Facility: Viana Assoc Inc.


2. New Jersey Pollutant Discharge Elimination System Permit
Number: NJG0188395
3. Discharge to Groundwater
4. Owner of facility:

Manuel Guarda

5. Operator of facility:

Manuel Guarda

6. Location of facility:
a. Municipality & County: Jefferson Township, Morris County
b. Street Address:

820, 828 & 832 Rt 15 South

c. Block(s) and Lot(s) Block 233.03 Lots 29.031, 29.032,


29.033
7. Location of discharge (i.e. degrees, minutes, seconds):
a. Longitude

b. Latitude

or State Plane Coordinates: X: ___Y: _


8. Summary of current population served identifying all wastewater
generating uses:
The facility consists of three office/retail buildings consisting of a total of
19,000 sq ft of office space and 14,250 sq. ft. of retail space. Sanitary
wastewater is discharged to groundwater through three (3) on-site
disposal beds.

Table C1414 -27


SANITARY SUBSURFACE SEWAGE DISPOSAL SYSTEM GENERAL
PERMIT (T-1 PERMIT) TREATMENT FACILITY

1. Name of Facility: Mahlon Dickerson Reservation


2. New Jersey Pollutant Discharge Elimination System Permit
Number: NJG0188255
3. Discharge to Groundwater
4. Owner of facility:

Morris County Parks Commission

5. Operator of facility: David Helmer


6. Location of facility:
a. Municipality & County: Jefferson Township, Morris County
b. Street Address:

Wheldon Road

c. Block(s) and Lot(s) Block 335 lot 7; Block 446 lots 9, 14


7. Location of discharge (i.e. degrees, minutes, seconds):
a. Longitude

b. Latitude

or State Plane Coordinates: X: ___Y: ______


8. Summary of current population served identifying all wastewater
generating uses:
Is a 2,951 acres park that has 5 septic systems serving a
residence/maintenance bldg., an RV campground, 2 private residences
and a museum/storage bldg. Wastewater from these systems is
discharged to groundwater through leach fields and seepage pits.

Table C1414 -28


ON-SITE DOMESTIC TREATMENT FACILITIES
1. Existing facility:
2. New Jersey Pollutant Discharge Elimination
System Permit Number:
3. Discharge to ground water (DGW) or surface
water (DSW):
4. Receiving water or aquifer:
5. Classification of receiving water or aquifer:
6. Owner of facility:
7. Operator of facility:
8. Co-Permittee of facility (where applicable):
9. Location of facility:
a. Municipality & County
b. Street address
c. Block(s) and Lot(s)
10. Location of discharge (i.e. degrees, minutes,
seconds):

11. Present permitted flow or permit condition


(DSW) or daily maximum (DGW):
*13. Summary of population served/to be served
including major seasonal fluctuations:
Total
*14. Summary of wastewater flow received/to be
received as a 3-day average flow for DSW or a
daily maximum flow for DGW:
Residential flow
Commercial flow
Industrial flow
Infiltration/Inflow
Facility Total

McDonalds Restaurant
NJ0147575
DGW
II-A
Stimmler Foods
Frank Stimmler

Jefferson Township, Morris County


735 Rt 15 S
Block 272.01 Lot 19
a. Longitude _________________________
b. Latitude ___________________________ or
c. State Plane Coordinates ___774,365 &
465,411_____________________
0.003745 MGD
Current (Year 2013)
Population

Build-out

Current (Year 2013) Flow


(in MGD)

Build-out
(in MGD)

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0.003745

0.003745

* Infiltration/Inflow (I/I): Existing I/I should be identified. However, additional future I/I may not be projected. (The
NJPDES Treatment Works Approval regulations make numerical allowances for I/I.) The existing I/I can be
carried-over and accounted for in the total future wastewater flow.

Table C1414- 29 DOMESTIC TREATMENT FACILITY SERVING ONE MUNICIPALITY


Moosepac Pond STP *
1. Existing facility:
2. New Jersey Pollutant Discharge Elimination
NJ0081086
System Permit Number:
3. Discharge to ground water (DGW) or surface
DGW
water (DSW):
Pequannock River
4. Receiving water or aquifer:
C2
5. Classification of receiving water or aquifer:
Jefferson Township
6. Owner of facility:
Jefferson Township
7. Operator of facility:
N/A
8. Co-Permittee of facility (where applicabl e):
9. Location of facility:
Jefferson Township, Morris
a. Municipality & County
Courtney Drive, Oak Ridge, NJ 07438
b. Street address
Block 473.11 Lot 1
c. Block(s) and Lot(s)
10. Location of discharge (i.e. degrees, minutes, a. Longitude 41 01 59 W
b. Latitude 74 30 4 N
seconds):
c. State Plane Coordinates
11. Present permitted flow or permit condition
(DSW) or daily maximum (DGW):
*12. Summary of population served/to be served
including major seasonal fluctuations:
Municipality: Jefferson Township
Total
*13. Summary of wastewater flow received/to be
received as a 30-day average flow for DSW or a
daily maximum flow for DGW:
Municipality: Jefferson Township
Residential flow
Commercial flow
Industrial flow
Infiltration/Inflow
Municipal Total - Actual / Actual with Build-out
Approved TWA's
Municipal Total - Committed Flow
Septics in the SSA
Municipal Total - Projected Flow
Facility Total - Actual Flow
Facility Total - Committed Flow
Facility Total - Projected Flow
* This facility is being brought off-line. The flow is
being transferred to the White Rock Lake STP
(NJPDES NJ0026867).

0.077 MGD
Current (Year 2010)
Population
675

Current Flow
(in MGD)
0.038
0.006
0.000
0.000
0.044
0.000
0.044

Build-out
0

Build-out or 20-Year
Future (Year 2035)
(in MGD)
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000

0.044
0.044
0.000

Table C1414-30
ON-SITE DOMESTIC TREATMENT FACILITIES
1. Existing facility:
2. New Jersey Pollutant Discharge Elimination
System Permit Number:
3. Discharge to ground water (DGW) or surface
water (DSW):
4. Receiving water or aquifer:
5. Classification of receiving water or aquifer:
6. Owner of facility:
7. Operator of facility:
8. Co-Permittee of facility (where applicable):
9. Location of facility:
a. Municipality & County
b. Street address
c. Block(s) and Lot(s)
10. Location of discharge (i.e. degrees, minutes,
seconds):

11. Present permitted flow or permit condition


(DSW) or daily maximum (DGW):
*13. Summary of population served/to be served
including major seasonal fluctuations:
Total
*14. Summary of wastewater flow received/to be
received as a 3-day average flow for DSW or a
daily maximum flow for DGW:
Residential flow
Commercial flow
Industrial flow
Infiltration/Inflow
Facility Total

Rt. 15 Properties On-Site Facility


Not issued yet
Proposed DGW
IMR Aquifer
Class II
Rt. 15 Properties LLC
Rt. 15 Properties LLC

Jefferson Twp, Morris County


Block 273.02, Lots 1 & 2; Block 273.01, Lot 11
a. Longitude _________________________
b. Latitude ___________________________ or
c. State Plane Coordinates: X 465, 423 & Y 776,789

Current (Year 2014)


Population

Build-out

Current (Year 2014) Flow


(in MGD)

Build-out
(in MGD)

0
0
0
0

0
0.007945
0
0

0.007945

* Infiltration/Inflow (I/I): Existing I/I should be identified. However, additional future I/I may not be projected. (The
NJPDES Treatment Works Approval regulations make numerical allowances for I/I.) The existing I/I can be
carried-over and accounted for in the total future wastewater flow.

Table C1414-31
ON-SITE DOMESTIC TREATMENT FACILITIES
1. Existing facility:
2. New Jersey Pollutant Discharge Elimination
System Permit Number:
3. Discharge to ground water (DGW) or surface
water (DSW):
4. Receiving water or aquifer:
5. Classification of receiving water or aquifer:
6. Owner of facility:
7. Operator of facility:
8. Co-Permittee of facility (where applicable):
9. Location of facility:
a. Municipality & County
b. Street address
c. Block(s) and Lot(s)
10. Location of discharge (i.e. degrees, minutes,
seconds):

11. Present permitted flow or permit condition


(DSW) or daily maximum (DGW):
*13. Summary of population served/to be served
including major seasonal fluctuations:
Total
*14. Summary of wastewater flow received/to be
received as a 3-day average flow for DSW or a
daily maximum flow for DGW:
Residential flow
Commercial flow
Industrial flow
Infiltration/Inflow
Facility Total

Highlander View Apartments


Not issued yet
Proposed DGW
IMR Aquifer
Class II
Green and Fifteen, LLC
Green and Fifteen, LLC

Jefferson Twp, Morris County


Block 273.01, Lots 2.061 & 2.062
a. Longitude _________________________
b. Latitude ___________________________ or
c. State Plane Coordinates: 465,220 & 776,225

Current (Year 2014)


Population

Build-out

Current (Year 2014) Flow


(in MGD)

Build-out
(in MGD)

0
0
0
0

0
0.007950
0
0

0.007950

* Infiltration/Inflow (I/I): Existing I/I should be identified. However, additional future I/I may not be projected. (The
NJPDES Treatment Works Approval regulations make numerical allowances for I/I.) The existing I/I can be
carried-over and accounted for in the total future wastewater flow.

Table C1414 -32


SANITARY SUBSURFACE SEWAGE DISPOSAL SYSTEM GENERAL
PERMIT (T-1 PERMIT) TREATMENT FACILITY

1. Name of Facility: The Windlass Restaurant *


2. New Jersey Pollutant Discharge Elimination System Permit
Number: NJG0237566
3. Discharge to Groundwater
4. Owner of facility:

Rusty Cleat, LLC

5. Operator of facility: Rusty Cleat, LLC


6. Location of facility:
a. Municipality & County: Lake Hopatcong, Morris County
b. Street Address:

45 Nolans Point Park Road

c. Block(s) and Lot(s) Block 196 Lot 16


7. Location of discharge (i.e. degrees, minutes, seconds):
a. Longitude

b. Latitude

or State Plane Coordinates: X: 456, 621 Y: 770,405


8. Summary of current population served identifying all wastewater
generating uses:
Is an existing 299 seat restaurant. The wastewater generated by the
facility is disposed of via on-site disposal system consisting of septic tanks,
an aeration tank, and a series of seepage pits.

*The septic system will be abandoned when sewers are available.

Glossary and Definitions

Wastewater Management Plan for Morris County


Glossary and Definitions

20-year projected flows are the


projected wastewater flows in an
urban municipality based on the
20-year estimated population
growth or the maximum
additional residential units
expected in the municipality,
whatever is larger. This is the
maximum flow that the sewer
service area is expected to produce
without expanding in size.

Actual flow is the volume of


sewage and other wastes currently
being conveyed to and treated by a
centralized treatment facility in a
given amount of time.

Aggregate - is a collection of
information or values that are
combined together to form a total
quantity.

Allocated flow is the agreed


upon wastewater flow between
two parties, typically between a
treatment facility and a
municipality. The allocated flow is
only a portion of the overall
permitted flow for the centralized
wastewater treatment facility.

Available land includes both


undeveloped and underdeveloped
parcels as defined below.

Build-out is the estimated fully


developed condition when all
undeveloped and underdeveloped
lots have been developed to their
full potential based on existing
zoning.

Build-out flows are the projected


wastewater flows based on the
sewer service area being fully
developed or in build-out
conditions. This is the maximum
flow that a sewer service area is
expected to produce without
expanding in size.

Category one waters - are defined


as waters protected from any
measurable changes in water
quality because of their
exceptional ecological significance,
exceptional recreational
significance, exceptional water
supply significance, or exceptional
fisheries resources as defined in
the existing Surface Water Quality
Standards rules at N.J.A.C. 7:9B1.4.

Centralized sewer service is also


know as a sewer service area or
SSA and represents the area to be
served by a centralized
wastewater treatment facility.

Combined sewer system is a


sewer system that is designed to
carry sanitary sewage at all times
and that also is designed to collect
and transport stormwater from
streets and other sources, thus
serving a combined purpose.

Committed flow is the sum of


the actual flow plus the sum of all
flows which are anticipated from
connections which have been
approved but are not yet in
operation.

all municipal flows segregated by


each treatment facility.

Contiguous is a continuous
mass, or a series of things in
contact or proximity with each
other.

gpd gallons per day, a unit of


flow measurement.

Constraint is a limitation or
restriction.

Development is the division of a


parcel of land into two or more
parcels, the construction,
reconstruction, conversion,
structural alteration, relocation or
enlargement of any building or
other structure, or of any mining,
landfill, excavation, roads, sewers
and other infrastructure and any
use or change in the use of any
building or other structure, or land
or extension of use of land.

GSA General Service Area


represents the area to be served by
residential septic systems. NJDEP
refers to septic systems as
discharges to groundwater with a
design capacity of less than 2,000
gallons per day.

GW groundwater

Highlands Council is the


Highlands Water Protection and
Planning Council established
pursuant to NJSA 13:20-4.

DGW Discharge to Groundwater

DMR Discharge Monitoring


Report

Highlands planning area is that


portion of the Highlands Region
not included within the Highlands
Preservation Area, pursuant to
N.J. S.A. 13:20-7(c).

DSW Discharge to Surface Water

EDUs Equivalent Dwelling Units


- a measure where one unit is
equivalent to wastewater effluent
from one dwelling unit. NJDEP
defines a dwelling unit to mean
any building or portion of a
building, permanent or temporary,
used or proposed to be used as a
residence either seasonally or
throughout the year. Most often,
EDU is used in reference to a
single family home.

Highlands preservation area is


that portion of the Highlands
Region so designated by N.J.S.A
13:20-7(b).

Highlands Region is that region


so designated by N.J.S.A. 13:20-7.

HUC11 - Hydrologic Unit Code


consisting of 11 digits a United
States Geological Survey (USGS)
standard designation for
subwatersheds delineated based
on topography.

HUC14 Hydrologic Unit Code


consisting of 14 digits a USGS
standard designation for
subwatersheds delineated based
on topography.

Facility table is a table


summarizing all wastewater flows
for of a centralized wastewater
treatment facility and its
associated sewer service area. This
table includes the aggregation of

Wastewater Management Plan for Morris County


Glossary and Definitions

Individual Subsurface Disposal


System (ISSDS) means a system
for the disposal of sanitary sewage
into the ground, which is designed
and constructed to treat sanitary
sewage in a manner that will
retain most of the settleable solids
in a septic tank and discharge the
liquid effluent to a disposal field

mgd million gallons per day, a


unit of flow measurement.

MCP&D Morris County


Department of Planning and
Development is the county
agency in charge of preparation
and maintenance of the
Wastewater Management Plan.

Morris County Board of Chosen


Freeholders is a seven-member
Board governing Morris County.
The Freeholder Board sets policies
for the operation of six superdepartments, more than 30
divisions plus authorities,
commissions, boards and study
committees. The Board of Chosen
Freeholders has been granted
broad powers by the state
legislature to regulate county
property, finances and affairs.
Natural Heritage Priority Sites
Coverage was created to identify
critically important areas to
conserve New Jersey's biological
diversity, with particular emphasis
on rare plant species and
ecological communities.

NDM - Nitrate Dilution Model


The NDM is required by NJDEP
and follows the calculations
methodology developed by the
New Jersey Geological Service.
The NDM uses the soils type to
estimate the minimum lot size
needed to provide enough
recharge to dilute nitrate to a
specified target. This method is
intended to be a guide for
estimating the impact of nitrate
from septic tanks on groundwater
quality. The NDM uses the
minimum lot size to calculate the
number of EDUs possible for a
given area.

NJAC New Jersey


Administrative Code

NJGS - New Jersey Geological and


Water Survey

NJDEP New Jersey Department


of Environmental Protection

NJPDES New Jersey Discharge


Elimination System

Non-discharge areas - areas where


additional wastewater generation
and/or discharge are prohibited.

Non-Urban Municipality - any


municipality that is not classified
as urban. Build-out has been
generated for these municipalities.

Permitted flow is the maximum


allowable flow for a specific
treatment works as stated in the
facilitys NJPDES permit or TWA,
whichever is less.

PPM Parts per Million

POTW Publically Owned


Treatment Works

Riparian zone is the land and


vegetation within and directly
adjacent to all surface waters
including, but not limited to, lakes,
ponds, reservoirs, perennial and
intermittent streams.

RMP Regional Master Plan

SSA Sewer Service Area


represents the area to be served by
a centralized treatment facility.

STP Sewage Treatment Plant; see


also WPCF, WPCP, and WWTP.

SW surface water

Threatened and Endangered


Species Habitat areas depict by
NJDEPs Landscape Project Rank
3, 4, 5 delineating areas used by or
necessary for endangered and
threatened species and other
priority wildlife to sustain
themselves successfully.

Treatment Works Approval


(TWA) means an approval
issued pursuant to N.J.S.A.
58:10A-6b and N.J.A.C. 7:14A.

Undeveloped parcels - are those


parcels where no development
exists and the land has not been
restricted from development
through dedicated open space or
agricultural preservation
programs.

Underdeveloped parcels are


those parcels where some level of

development exists, but at a


density less than allowed by
zoning and where deed
restrictions do not prevent further
development.

Urban Municipality means those


where 90% of the municipalitys
developable land area appears as
Urban Lands as designated by
the NJDEP 2002 Land Use/Land
Cover GIS database and amended
and updated to reflect current
conditions at the time of the
analysis.

Vacant Land is a parcel of land


without any building, structure or
improvement, including
impervious surfaces, but does not
include recreation, green or open
space created during
development.

Wastewater deficit is when the


projected build-out flow for a SSA
or GSA would produce more
wastewater than allowed by the
allocation or nitrate dilution
model.

Wastewater Service Area - A


sewer service area or a general
service area approved for
wastewater facilities with planning
flows of less than 20,000 gallons
per day (gpd) which discharge to
groundwater and general service
area for wastewater facilities with
planning flows of less than 2,000
gallons per day (gpd) which
discharge to groundwater.

Wastewater surplus is when the


allocation or nitrate dilution model
flow is greater than the projected
build-out flows allowing the SSA

Wastewater Management Plan for Morris County


Glossary and Definitions

or GSA to fully develop with


excess capacity.

WPCF Water Pollution Control


Facility

WQMP Wastewater Quality


Management Plan

WPCP Water Pollution Control


Plant

WMP Wastewater Management


Plan

WWTP or WTP Wastewater


Treatment Plant

County-wide Maps

Map 1 : Jurisdictional
Boundaries Map for
Morris County

Legend
Wastewater Management Planning Area *
County Boundary
Municipal Boundaries
Non-Highlands Towns

Amending the Following Areawide Water Quality


Management Plans: Northeast, Upper Delaware,
Upper Raritan, Sussex County
0

6,300

12,600

Feet
25,200

18,900

1 inch = 5,000 Feet

Q
R"
"
Q
R
23

Major Roads (County, State, Federal)


Lakes/Waterbodies

23

Q
R
"
Q
R
"
23

Highlands Preservation Area

23

Highlands Planning Area


Water Quality Management Planning Areas

02030103050030

HUC14 Watersheds
Open Space

Q
R
"
Q
R
"
23

23

Date Adopted: June 30, 2015

02030103030010

02030103050050

02020007010010
02030103100070

02030103050060

02030103030020

Q
R
"
23

02030103050080

Sussex County
WQMP Area

Butler

02030103030030
02030103050070

02040105150010

Q
R
"
181

Riverdale

02030103030050

Q
R
"
23

Kinnelon

Q
R
"
23

Jefferson
02030103030110
Pequannock
Rockaway
Twp

02040105150020

Q
R
"
15

02030103030130
02030103110020

02030103030100
02030103110010

02030103030040

Q
R
"
15

Boonton
Twp

Mount
Arlington

02030103030060
02030103030150

02040105150110

80

206

206

02040105150080

02040105150030

Q
R
"
183

02040105150070

46

Wharton

46

206

46

46

02030105050010

02030105010030
Mount
Olive

02030103030090

Rockaway
Boro

Mine
Hill

46

Mountain
Lakes

202

10

02030105010040
Randolph

02040105150090

Upper
Delaware
WQMP Area

02040105160010

Upper
Raritan
WQMP Area

Mendham
Twp

02030105060020
02030105050030

287

02030103020030

02030103030120

02030105060030

Hanover

02030103020100

02030103010180

East
Hanover

02030103020050

202

02030103020020
Morris
Twp

Morristown

02030103020070

202

02030103010160
Florham
Park

02030103010010

Q
R
"
24

Q
R
"
124

02030103010030

02030103010190

02030103010140

Madison
02030103010150
02030103010020

Morris County

- Wastewater Management Planning Area *


- Lakes/Waterbodies
- Municipal Boundaries
- Major Roads (County, State, Federal)
- Open Space

- New Jersey Highlands Council Planning Area Boundary as


defined by the New Jersey Highlands Water Protection and
Planning Act of 2004 - Polygon (Preservation Area Boundary
is also represented.)

280

02030103010170

02030105060050

Data Sources:

New Jersey Highlands Council

02030103020090

02030103010040
Mendham
Boro

159 159

280

02030103020060

02030105060010

Chester
Twp

Q
R"
"
Q
R

24

02030105050040

80

80

Q
R
"

02030105010060

Parsippany

202

02030103020010

Chester
Boro

46

287

02030103020040

Washington

287

Morris
Plains

206

02030105010050

02040105160020

Q
R
"

02030105050020
02030105010020

02030103020080

53

02030103030080

46

02030103120100

Q
R
"
10

46

Boonton

Q
R
"

02030103040010

02030103030170

Victory
Gardens

02030105010010

Northeast
WQMP Area

Montville

Dover

Roxbury

02040105150100

80

Rockaway
Twp

02030103030070

02030103030140
Denville

Lincoln
Park

202

02030103030160

Chatham
Boro

02030105060040

Q
R
"
124

Harding
02030103010050

02030105050050

02030105020010

02030105050130

02030105060060

Chatham
Twp
02030103010130

NJ Department of Environmental Protection


- Water Quality Management Planning Areas
- HUC14 Watersheds

Highlands Boundary

East Hanover, Lincoln Park, Chatham Borough,


Chatham Township, Madison, Florham Park and Long Hill
are not located in the Highlands Region.

Notes:

The Municipal Chapters of the Morris County Wastewater Management Plan


for those municipalities identified as Highlands Conforming Towns on this map
are being developed through the Highlands Council's Plan Conformance process
cooperatively between the Highlands Council and the municipality. These
Municipal Chapters will be submitted separately as amendments to the Morris County
Wastewater Management Plan when completed and so are not addressed herein.

02030103010060

02030105050080

02030105060080
02030103010070

Long
Hill
02030103010120

Please refer to individual municipal maps for additional information.


* Washington Township is its own wastewater management planning entity.

02030103010110

Submitted By:
Christine Marion, Planning Director
on behalf of the Morris County Board of Chosen Freeholders as
Wastewater Management Planning Agency
P.O. Box 900, Morristown, NJ 07963
(973) 829-8120
(973) 326-9025 (f)
http://www.morrisplanning.org/wastewater.asp

April 1, 2014

Map 2 : Existing Sewered


Areas (SSA)
for Morris County

Legend
Wastewater Management Planning Area
County Boundary
Municipal Boundaries
Major Roads (County, State, Federal)

Amending the Following Areawide Water Quality


Management Plans: Northeast, Upper Delaware,
Upper Raritan, Sussex County
0

6,300

12,600

Feet
25,200

18,900

1 inch = 5,000 Feet

Highlands Conforming Towns


Lakes/Waterbodies
Non-Discharge Areas
Service Area of Wastewater Facilities with Planning Flows
Less than 2,000 gpd which discharge to groundwater

Date Adopted: June 30, 2015

Existing Parcels Served by Sewer

Chester Springs Shopping Center STP

Jockey Hollow Camp

Morris Chase

Samsung/Philips Accessories

95 West Main Street

Clover Hill

Johanson Maufacturing Corp

Morristown STP

Sandy Point Mobile Home Park

Ajax Terrace WPCP

Day Top Village

Long Hill Township STP

Musconetcong STP

Seneca Garden Apartments

Florham Park Sewer Utility STP

Long Valley Village Wastewater Treatment

Oak Mobile Home Park

Sonny's Restaurant & 8 Apts

Butterworth STP

Green Valley Shopping Center

Marotta Controls Inc

Oakwood Village STP

St. Huberts Animal Welfare Center

Casa Bianca Restaurant

Hackettstown SSA

Mendham East STP

Prudent Publishing

Two Bridges SA

Hanover SA WWTP

Mendham Golf & Tennis Club

Quality Inn Ledgewood

United Water Mid-Atlantic (Arlington Hills) STP

Chatham Hill STP/Park Central TP

Harding Office Plaza

Mendham Twp Board of Education Elementary School

RFL Electronics Inc

White Rock Lake STP

Harding Twp. School

Redwoods Bar & Grill

Willow Lake Day Camp

Chester Borough STP

Hercules Compancy WPCP

Mendham Twp Board of Education Middle School

Jefferson Twp High-Middle School

Molitor WPCF (Madison Chatham Joint Meeting STP)

Rockaway Valley Regional SA

Woodland STP

Jefferson Village

Moosepac Pond STP

Roxiticus Country Club

Wyndham Pointe

Adams Respiratory Therapeutics, Inc


Berkshire Valley Golf Course
Canfield Avenue School
Chatham Glen (Chatham Twp WPCP #2)
Chatham Township WPCP #1 (Chatham Main)
Chester Franklin Assoc LLC
Chester Shopping Mall STP

Country Oaks

Greystone Park Psych Hospital STP

Lakeland Plaza

Mount Olive Villages Sewer Company

Mendham Borough STP

Schooley's Mountain

Parsippany-Troy Hills SA

Mendham West WWTP (Westage at Mendham STP)

Swim & Sport Club Inc.

Rockaway Valley Aerodrome

Jefferson

Butler

Q
R
"
181

Windy Acres Mobile Home Park

Riverdale

Q
R
"
15

Kinnelon

Pequannock

Rockaway Twp

Boonton Twp

Mount Arlington

Lincoln Park

Montville

80

206

Boonton
Wharton

Q
R
"
Netcong "
Q
R
183

Rockaway Boro

183

Roxbury

Q
R
"
10

Denville

Dover
Mine Hill

Mountain Lakes

Victory Gardens

Mount Olive

Q
R
"
10

Parsippany

280

46

Randolph

280

Q
R
"
53

Morris Plains

Hanover

East Hanover

Q
R
"
24

Morris Twp
Mendham Twp
Morristown
Washington

287

Q
R
"
124

Chester Boro

Florham Park

Q
R
"
24

Mendham Boro

287

Chester Twp

Data Sources:

Madison

206

Morris County

- Wastewater Management Planning Area


- County Boundary
- Lakes/Waterbodies
- Municipal Boundaries
- Existing Parcels Served by Sewer ^
- Non-Discharge Areas
- Service Area of Wastewater Facilities with
Planning Flows Less than 2,000 gpd which
discharge to groundwater
(ISSDS or Septic Areas) **

Harding

Chatham Boro

Chatham Twp

** Data contains municipal input and quality control


^ Data contains municipal input and quality control. Based
on 2009 inventory for all towns, except Chatham Twp, which
has been updated for the Municipal Submission. All
municipalities will be updated once municipal chapters have
been completed. Municipalities conforming to the Highlands
RMP will be incorporated once data is provided by the Highlands.

Notes:
The Municipal Chapters of the Morris County Wastewater Management Plan
for those municipalities identified as Highlands Conforming Towns on this map
are being developed through the Highlands Council's Plan Conformance process
cooperatively between the Highlands Council and the municipality. These
Municipal Chapters will be submitted separately as amendments to the Morris County
Wastewater Management Plan when completed and so are not addressed herein.

Long Hill

Please refer to individual municipal maps for additional information.

Submitted By:
Christine Marion, Planning Director
on behalf of the Morris County Board of Chosen Freeholders as
Wastewater Management Planning Agency
P.O. Box 900, Morristown, NJ 07963
(973) 829-8120
(973) 326-9025 (f)
http://www.morrisplanning.org/wastewater.asp
April 1, 2014

Map3:Future W astew ater


Service Area Mapfor
Morris County

Amending the Follow ing Areaw ide W aterQ uality


ManagementP lans:Northeast,U pperDelaw are,
U pperR aritan,SussexCounty
0

6,
300

12,
600

Feet
25,
200

18,
900

1inch =5,
000Feet

Future Sewer Service Areas

Legend

Mendham Borough ST P

AjaxT errace W P CP

MolitorW P CF(
Madison Chatham JointMeeting ST P )

Butterw orth ST P

Morristow n ST P

Chatham T ow nshipW P CP (
#1)

MountO live V illages Sew erCompany

MajorR oads (
County,State,Federal)

ChesterBorough ST P

Musconetcong ST P

Highlands Conforming T ow ns

CloverHill

P arsippanyT roy Hills SA

Florham P ark Sew erU tility ST P

R ock aw ay V alley R egional SA

G reystone P ark P sych Hospital ST P

Schooley'
s Mountain

Hack ettstow n SSA

T w oBridges SA

HanoverSAW W T P

U nited W aterMidAtlantic (
Arlington Hills)ST P

Hercules Company W P CP

W hite R ock Lak e ST P

Long Hill T ow nshipST P

W oodland ST P

W astew aterManagementP lanning Area


County Boundary
Municipal Boundaries

Lak es/
W aterbodies
Areas tobe served by individual subsurface disposal systems
w ith planning flow s 2,
000gpd orless (
ISSDS)
NonDischarge Areas

Long V alley V illage W astew aterT reatment

Date Adopted: June 30, 2015

Future Sewer Service Areas (cont.)

Day T opV illage

Jefferson V illage Square

New O rleans Steak House

Sandy P ointMobile Home P ark

Dick erson/
Bragg Elementary Schools

Jefferson V illage W T P

O ak Mobile Home P ark

Seneca G arden Apartments

Ellen T Briggs School

Jock ey Hollow Camp

O ak w ood V illage ST P

Sherw ood V illage

FO R P -Blgd 1&2

Jock ey Hollow O ffice Complex

O lympus G ym

Sisters ofCharity/
Mallinek odtConvent

Almetek Industries Inc

Flanders Day Camp

Johanson Maufacturing Corp

P assaic R iverP ark

Sonny'
s R estaurant&8Apts

ArthurStanlick School

Flanders V alley Business P ark

Lak eland P laz a

P athmark Supermark et

Spa 23&R acquetClub

Berk shire V alley G olfCourse

Flanders V alley Farm

Lak eside Shopping Center

P ompton Q ueen Diner

St.Huberts Animal W elfare Center

Canfield Avenue School

Flanders V alley G olfCourse

Lew is Morris County P ark

P rudentP ublishing

St.Luk e P arish

Friendly'
s Ice Cream

Mahlon Dick erson R eservation

Q uality Inn Ledgew ood

Sw im &SportClub Inc.

G reen V alley Shopping Center

Marotta Controls Inc

R FLElectronics Inc

T he Streets ofChester

Hack lebarney State P ark

McDonalds

R LM DevelopmentCorp

V iana Associates Inc.

Harding O ffice P laz a

Mendham EastST P

R edw oods Bar&G rill

W endy'
s R estaurant

Harding T w p.School

Mendham G olfand T ennis Club

R ock aw ay V alleyAerodrome

W illow Lak e Day Camp

Cinders R estaurant

Jefferson G ardens

Mendham T w pBoard O fEducation Elementary School

R oxiticus Country Club

W indyAcres Mobile Home P ark

Country O ak s

Jefferson Hills G arden Apts

Mendham T w pBoard O fEducation Middle School

R oysons Corporation

W oodland Lak e Inc.

Courtyard by Marriot

Jefferson House R estaurant

Mendham W estW W T P (
W estage atMendham ST P )

Samsung/
P hilips Accessories

W yndham P ointe

Croatian Cultural Club

Jefferson T w pHighMiddle School

Morris Chase

SanBarMobile Home P ark

95W estMain Street

Adams R espiratory T herapeutics,Inc


Adventure Holdings LLC

Casa Bianca R estaurant


Chatham Hill ST P /
P ark Central T P
ChesterFrank lin Assoc LLC
ChesterShopping Mall ST P
ChesterSprings Shopping CenterST P

Jefferson

Q
R
"
Q
R
"
181

Butler

181

Riverdale

Q
R
"
15

Kinnelon

Pequannock

Rockaway Twp

Boonton Twp

Mount Arlington

Lincoln Park

Montville

80

80

Boonton
Wharton

Q
R
"
Netcong "
Q
R
183

Rockaway Boro

183

Roxbury

Q
R
"
10

Denville

Dover
Mine Hill

Mount Olive

Mountain Lakes

Victory Gardens

Q
R
Q
R "
"
10

10

Parsippany

P ursuanttoN.
J.
A.
C.7:
15,R iparian z ones are:300feetfrom topofbank (
orcenterline ofa firstorderstream w here nobank is
apparent)for w aters designated as Category O ne and all upstream tributaries w ithin the same HU C 14;150feetfor w aters
designated T routP roduction and all upstream w aters;150feetfor w ater designated T routMaintenance and all upstream
w aters w ithin one linearmile as measured along the length ofthe regulated w ater;150feetforany segments ofw aterflow ing
though an area thatcontains documented habitatfora threatened orendangered species ofplantoranimal,w hich is critically
dependenton the surface w ater body for survival,and all upstream w aters (
including tributaries)w ithin one linear mile as
measured along the length of the surface w aterbody;150feetforw aters thatrun through acidproducing soils,and;50feet
forall w aters notdesignated as C1,troutw aters,critically w aterdependentT hreatened and/
orEndangered Species Habitat,
orassociated w ith acid soils.

280

46

46

Randolph

Morris Plains

280

Q
R
"
Q
R
"
53

53

Hanover

East Hanover

Q
R
"
24

Morris Twp
Mendham Twp
Morristown
Washington

287

124

Florham Park

Q
R
"
24

206

Data Sources:

206

Developmentin areas mapped as w etlands,flood prone areas,suitable habitatfor endangered and threatened species as
identified on the Departments Landscape Maps of HabitatforEndangered,T hreatened and O therP riority W ildlife as R ank 3,
4.and 5,Natural Heritage P riority Sites,riparian z ones,steepslopes,or designated river areas may be subjecttospecial
regulation under Federal or State statutes or rules,and interested persons should check w ith the Departmentfor the latest
information. Any depiction of environmental features shall be for general information purposes only,and shall not be
construed todefine the legal geographic jurisdiction ofsuch statutes orrules.

24

P reexisting grantconditions and requirements (


from Federal and State grants orloans forsew erage facilities)w hich provide
for restriction of sew er service to environmentally sensitive areas,are unaffected by adoption of this document and
compliance is required.

Q
R
"

Mendham Boro

Chester Twp

All existing,new,or expanded industrial pretreatment facilities requiring Significant Indirect U ser (
SU I)permits and/
or
T reatmentW ork s Approvals,and w hich are located w ithin the specified sew erservice area,are deemed tobe consistent.

Areas located w ithin the w atershed of a Freshw aterO ne (


FW 1)stream,as classified in the Surface W aterQ uality Standards,
and/
orthathave Class 1Aground w ater(
G round W aterofSpecial Ecological Significance)
,as classified in the G round W ater
Q uality Standards,are identified as "
Nondegradation w aterarea based on the Surface W aterQ uality Standards atN.
J.
A.
C.
7:
9B,and/
or the G round W ater Q uality Standards atN.
J.
A.
C.7:
96"
. Nondegradation w ater areas shall be maintained in
theirnatural state (
setaside forposterity)and are subjecttorestrictions including,butnotlimited to,the follow ing:1)DEP w ill
notapprove any pollutantdischarge toground w aternorapprove any human activity w hich results in a degradation of natural
quality except for the upgrade or continued operation of existing facilities serving existing development. For additional
information please see the Surface W aterQ uality Standards atN.
J.
A.
C.7:
9B,and/
orthe G round W aterQ uality Standards at
N.
J.
A.
C.7:
96

Q
R
"

Chester Boro

Surface w aters thatare designated Category O ne are listed in the Surface W ater Q uality Standards atN.
J.
A.
C.7:
9B.T he
Department'
s"
Surface W ater Q uality Standards"G IS data layer w as utiliz ed todetermine these w aters.T he applicable 300
footbufferhas been applied tothese w aterw ays and removed from the proposed sew erservice areas on the mapping.Lesser
w idth buffers have not been graphically removed from the sew er service area but are not proposed for sew er service.
Jurisdictional determinations by the Departmentw ill be utiliz ed todetermine the extentofthe sew erservice area on individual
lots.

287

Madison

287

Morris County

-W astew aterManagementP lanning Area


-Lak es/
W aterbodies
-Municipal Boundaries
-Future W astew aterService Area *
*
-NonDischarge Areas
-Areas tobe served by individual
subsurface disposal systems w ith
planning flow s 2,
000gpd orless
(
ISSDSand Septic Areas)*
*

Harding

Chatham Boro

Chatham Twp

*
*Data contains municipal inputand quality control

Notes:
T he Municipal Chapters ofthe Morris County W astew aterManagementP lan
forthose municipalities identified as Highlands Conforming T ow ns on this map
are being developed through the Highlands Council'
s P lan Conformance process
cooperatively betw een the Highlands Council and the municipality.T hese
Municipal Chapters w ill be submitted separately as amendments tothe Morris County
W astew aterManagementP lan w hen completed and soare notaddressed herein.

Long Hill

P lease refertoindividual municipal maps foradditional information.

Submitted By:
Christine Marion,P lanning Director
on behalfofthe Morris County Board ofChosen Freeholders as
W astew aterManagementP lanning Agency
P.
O .Box900,Morristow n,NJ 07963
(
973)8298120
(
973)3269025(
f)
http:
/
/
w w w.
morrisplanning.
org/
w astew ater.
asp
April 1,2014

Map 4 : Generalized
Zoning Map for
Morris County

Legend
Wastewater Management Planning Area
County Boundary
Municipal Boundaries
Major Roads (County, State, Federal)

Generalized Zoning

Amending the Following Areawide Water Quality


Management Plans: Northeast, Upper Delaware,
Upper Raritan, Sussex County
0

6,300

12,600

18,900

1 inch = 5,000 Feet

Feet
25,200

Date Adopted: June 30, 2015

Commercial/Industrial
Commercial/Private Recreation
High Density Multi-Family
Large Lot Single Family
Low Density Multi-Family
Medium Density Multi-Family
Medium Lot Single Family
Mixed Use
Public/Institutional
Retail/Service
Small Lot Single Family

Jefferson

Q
R
"
Q
R
"
181

Butler

181

Riverdale

Q
R
"
15

Kinnelon

Pequannock

Rockaway Twp

Boonton Twp

Mount Arlington

Lincoln Park

Montville

80

80

Boonton
Wharton

Q
R
"
Netcong "
Q
R
183

Rockaway Boro

183

Roxbury

Q
R
"
10

Denville

Dover
Mine Hill

Mount Olive

Mountain Lakes

Victory Gardens

Q
R
Q
R "
"
10

10

Parsippany

280

46

46

Randolph

Morris Plains

280

Q
R
"
Q
R
"
53

53

Hanover

East Hanover

Q
R
"
24

Morris Twp
Mendham Twp
Morristown
Washington

287

Q
R
"
124

Chester Boro

Florham Park

Q
R
"
24

Q
R
"
24

Mendham Boro
206

Chester Twp

Data Sources:

206

287

Madison

287

Morris County

- Wastewater Management Planning Area


- Major Roads (County, State, Federal)
- Municipal Boundaries
- Generalized Zoning **

Harding

Chatham Boro

** Data contains municipal input and quality control

Chatham Twp

Notes:
The Municipal Chapters of the Morris County Wastewater Management Plan
for those municipalities identified as Highlands Conforming Towns on this map
are being developed through the Highlands Council's Plan Conformance process
cooperatively between the Highlands Council and the municipality. These
Municipal Chapters will be submitted separately as amendments to the Morris County
Wastewater Management Plan when completed and so are not addressed herein.

Long Hill

Please refer to individual municipal maps for additional information.

Submitted By:
Christine Marion, Planning Director
on behalf of the Morris County Board of Chosen Freeholders as
Wastewater Management Planning Agency
P.O. Box 900, Morristown, NJ 07963
(973) 829-8120
(973) 326-9025 (f)
http://www.morrisplanning.org/wastewater.asp

April 1, 2014

Map 5A : Environmental Features Hydrologic Features Map for


Morris County
Amending the Following Areawide Water Quality
Management Plans: Northeast, Upper Delaware,
Upper Raritan, Sussex County
0

6,300

12,600

18,900

1 inch = 5,000 Feet

Feet
25,200

Date Adopted:

June 30, 2015

Legend
Wastewater Management Planning Area
County Boundary
Municipal Boundaries
Major Roads (County, State, Federal)
Lakes/Waterbodies
NJDEP 2007 Wetlands

NJDEP Surface Water Quality Standards


FW1

FW1-TM
FW2-NT
FW2-NTC1
FW2-TM
FW2-TMC1
FW2-TP
FW2-TPC1

FEMA DFIRMS

100-Year Floodplain
500-Year Floodplain

Jefferson

Butler

Q
R
"
181

Riverdale

Q
R
"
15

Kinnelon

Pequannock

Rockaway Twp

Boonton Twp

Mount Arlington

Lincoln Park

Montville

80

206

Boonton
Wharton

Q
R
"
Netcong "
Q
R
183

Rockaway Boro

183

Roxbury

Q
R
"
10

Denville

Dover
Mine Hill

Mountain Lakes

Victory Gardens

Mount Olive

Q
R
"
10

Parsippany

280

46

Randolph

280

Q
R
"
53

Morris Plains

Hanover

East Hanover

Q
R
"
24

Morris Twp
Mendham Twp
Morristown
Washington

287

Q
R
"
124

Chester Boro

Florham Park

Q
R
"
24

Mendham Boro

287

Data Sources:

Chester Twp

Madison

206

Morris County

- Wastewater Management Planning Area


- Lakes/Waterbodies
- Municipal Boundaries
- Major Roads (County, State, Federal)

Harding

Chatham Boro

FEMA

Chatham Twp

- FEMA DFIRMS

NJ Department of Environmental Protection


- NJDEP Surface Water Quality Standards
-NJDEP 2007 Wetlands

Notes:
The Municipal Chapters of the Morris County Wastewater Management Plan
for those municipalities identified as Highlands Conforming Towns on this map
are being developed through the Highlands Council's Plan Conformance process
cooperatively between the Highlands Council and the municipality. These
Municipal Chapters will be submitted separately as amendments to the Morris County
Wastewater Management Plan when completed and so are not addressed herein.

Long Hill

Please refer to individual municipal maps for additional information.

Submitted By:
Christine Marion, Planning Director
on behalf of the Morris County Board of Chosen Freeholders as
Wastewater Management Planning Agency
P.O. Box 900, Morristown, NJ 07963
(973) 829-8120
(973) 326-9025 (f)
http://www.morrisplanning.org/wastewater.asp

April 1, 2014

Map 5B : Environmental Features Natural Resources Map for


Morris County
Amending the Following Areawide Water Quality
Management Plans: Northeast, Upper Delaware,
Upper Raritan, Sussex County
0

6,300

12,600

18,900

1 inch = 5,000 Feet

Feet
25,200

Date Adopted:

Legend
Wastewater Management Planning Area
County Boundary
Municipal Boundaries
Major Roads (County, State, Federal)
Lakes/Waterbodies
Natural Heritage Priority Sites
Steep Slopes (20%)
NJDEP Landscape Data
Rank 3 - State Threatened
Rank 4 - State Endangered
Rank 5 - Federal Listed

June 30, 2015

Jefferson

Butler

Q
R
"
181

Riverdale

Q
R
"
15

Kinnelon

Pequannock

Rockaway Twp

Boonton Twp

Mount Arlington

Lincoln Park

Montville

80

206

Boonton
Wharton

Q
R
"
Netcong "
Q
R
183

Rockaway Boro

183

Roxbury

Q
R
"
10

Denville

Dover
Mine Hill

Mountain Lakes

Victory Gardens

Mount Olive

Q
R
"
10

Parsippany

280

46

Randolph

280

Q
R
"
53

Morris Plains

Hanover

East Hanover

Q
R
"
24

Morris Twp
Mendham Twp
Morristown
Washington

287

Q
R
"
124

Chester Boro

Florham Park

Q
R
"
24

Mendham Boro

287

Data Sources:

Chester Twp

Madison

206

Morris County

- Wastewater Management Planning Area


- Lakes/Waterbodies
- Municipal Boundaries
- Major Roads (County, State, Federal)
- Steep Slopes (20%)

Harding

Chatham Boro

Chatham Twp
NJ Department of Environmental Protection
- NJDEP Landscape Data - Version 3.1
- Natural Heritage Priority Sites

Notes:
The Municipal Chapters of the Morris County Wastewater Management Plan
for those municipalities identified as Highlands Conforming Towns on this map
are being developed through the Highlands Council's Plan Conformance process
cooperatively between the Highlands Council and the municipality. These
Municipal Chapters will be submitted separately as amendments to the Morris County
Wastewater Management Plan when completed and so are not addressed herein.

Long Hill

Please refer to individual municipal maps for additional information.

Submitted By:
Christine Marion, Planning Director
on behalf of the Morris County Board of Chosen Freeholders as
Wastewater Management Planning Agency
P.O. Box 900, Morristown, NJ 07963
(973) 829-8120
(973) 326-9025 (f)
http://www.morrisplanning.org/wastewater.asp

April 1, 2014

Map 6 : Water Supply


Map for
Morris County

Legend
Wastewater Management Planning Area

Amending the Following Areawide Water Quality


Management Plans: Northeast, Upper Delaware,
Upper Raritan, Sussex County
0

6,300

12,600

18,900

1 inch = 5,000 Feet

Q
R"
"
Q
R
23

County Boundary
Municipal Boundaries

23

Q
R
"
Q
R
"
23

Major Roads (County, State, Federal)


Lakes/Waterbodies

23

Water Purveyor
LAKE STOCKHOLM
INCORPORATED

Feet
25,200

Q
R
"
23

Vassar
Road

Date Adopted: June 30, 2015


Loziers
Trailer
Park
Milton
System
OAK RIDGE
MOBILE
HOME PARK

Q
R
"
23

BUTLER
WATER
DEPARTMENT

Jefferson

BUTLER
WATER
DEPARTMENT

Q
R
"
181

SANDY POINT
MOBILE
HOME PARK

Picatinny
Arsenal

Lake
Hopatcong

15

15

Mount
Arlington

206

Q
R
"
183

NETCONG
WATER
DEPARTMENT
Mount Olive Water
Dept(VillageGreen)

46

Mount Olive
Water
Dept(Sandshore)

Mount Olive Water


Dept(IndianSpring)

Mount Olive Water


Dept(PineCrest)

Mount
Olive
46

HACKETTSTOWN
MUA

46

Mount Olive
Water
Dept(PineCrest)

United
Water

46

Q
R

"
206

183

Wharton
MORRIS
COUNTY
MUA

46

Q
R
"
183

MORRIS
COUNTY
MUA

Mount Olive
Water
Dept(Lynnwood)
Mount Olive Water
Dept(CarltonHills)

Boonton

MontvilleTwp

Parsippany

Q
R
"
10

DOVER WATER
DEPARTMENT

MORRIS
COUNTY
MUA

Q
R
"
10

287

202

Q
R
"
53

46

287

80

202

Roxbury
Water
Company

80

ParTroyHillsWaterDept

287

Q
R"
"
Q
R
159 159

280

280

MORRIS
COUNTY MUA

MORRIS
COUNTY
MUA

Mount
Olive Water
Dept(CloverHill)

HACKETTSTOWN
MUA

Montville

DOVER
WATER
DEPARTMENT

Randolph

HACKETTSTOWN
MUA

Lincoln
Park

Mountain
Lakes
Water Dept

Mine
Hill

Mount
Olive Water
Dept(TincFarm)

PEQUANNOCK
TOWNSHIP WATER
DEPARTMENT

Mountain
Lakes

46

BORO WATER
DEPARTMENT

23

DOVER WATER
DEPARTMENT

MineHillTwpWaterDept

MORRIS
COUNTY
MUA

DENVILLE
TOWNSHIP WATER
DEPARTMENT

Rockaway
Boro
ROCKAWAY

Q
R
"

Pequannock

202

BOONTON
WATER
DEPARTMENT

Dover

Roxbury

RoxburyTwpWaterDept

Mount
Olive Water
Dept(GoldMine)

Rockaway
Twp

MORRIS
COUNTY
MUA

United
Water

Mount Olive
Water
Dept(Villages)

46

United
Water

23

BOONTON
TWP WATER
DEPARTMENT

Denville

Hoffman
Homes

Riverdale
Boro

LINCOLN
PARK WATER
DEPARTMENT

MerryHeartofBoonton

80

80

Riverdale
Boro

Plausha
Park Inc

ROCKAWAY
TOWNSHIP WATER
DEPARTMENT

MORRIS
COUNTY
MUA

Riverdale
Boro

Q
R
"

Boonton
Twp

Picatinny Arsenal

Riverdale
Boro

BUTLER
WATER
DEPARTMENT

Rockaway
Twp

ROCKAWAY
TOWNSHIP WATER
DEPARTMENT

ROCKAWAY
TOWNSHIP WATER
DEPARTMENT

Riverdale
Boro

PEQUANNOCK
TOWNSHIP WATER
DEPARTMENT

ROCKAWAY
TOWNSHIP WATER
DEPARTMENT

RoxburyTwpWaterDept

206

Picatinny Arsenal

Picatinny
Arsenal

MORRIS
COUNTY
MUA

Riverdale
Boro

Riverdale
Boro

Picatinny
Arsenal

Q
R
"

Riverdale
Boro

Riverdale
Boro

BUTLER
WATER
DEPARTMENT

LINCOLN PARK
JACKSONVILLE
SYSTEM

Sun Valley
Park
Company

Riverdale
Boro

Riverdale
Boro

Riverdale
Boro

BUTLER
WATER
DEPARTMENT

Picatinny
Arsenal

MOUNTAIN
SHORE WATER
SUPPLY

Riverdale
Boro

Butler

FAYSON LAKE
WATER COMPANY
INCORPORATED

Picatinny
Arsenal

Q
R
"

BUTLER
WATER
DEPARTMENT

BUTLER
WATER
DEPARTMENT

Kinnelon

Riverdale
Boro

SOUTHEAST
MORRIS
COUNTY MUA

Morris
Plains

MORRIS
COUNTY MUA

East
Hanover

Hanover

WASHINGTON
TOWNSHIP MUA
(SCHOOLY'S MTN)

SOUTHEAST
MORRIS
COUNTY MUA

Morris
Twp

EAST HANOVER
TWP WATER
DEPARTMENT

206

Mendham
Twp
Cliffside
Park
Association

Washington

SHERWOOD
MOBILE
HOME PARK

CHESTER
BORO WATER
UTILITY

Chester
Boro

SOUTHEAST
MORRIS
COUNTY MUA

SOUTHEAST
MORRIS
COUNTY MUA

202

202

SOUTHEAST
MORRIS
COUNTY MUA

WINDY ACRES
MOBILE HOME

SOUTHEAST
MORRIS
COUNTY MUA

- Wastewater Management Planning Area


- County Boundary
- Lakes/Waterbodies
- Municipal Boundaries
- Major Roads (County, State, Federal)

RoxiticusWaterCompany

Q
R
"
24

Florham
Park

NJ AMERICAN
WATER COMPANY
(Passaic Basin)

Q
R
"

Florham
Park Water
Utility

24

NJ AMERICAN
WATER COMPANY
(Passaic Basin)

Q
R
"
124

Mendham
Boro

Morris County

Florham
Park Water
Utility

NJ AMERICAN
WATER COMPANY
(Passaic Basin)

Chester
Twp

Data Sources:

Morristown

SOUTHEAST
MORRIS
COUNTY MUA

Sisters of
Christian
Charity

SOUTHEAST
MORRIS
COUNTY MUA

SOUTHEAST
MORRIS
COUNTY MUA

MADISON
WATER
DEPARTMENT

Madison

WASHINGTON
TOWNSHIP MUA
(HAGER-LONG VALLEY)

Peapack
Gladstone
Borough

Lakeshore
Water
Company

CHATHAM
WATER
DEPARTMENT

Chatham
Boro

Harding
NJ AMERICAN
WATER COMPANY
(Passaic Basin)

NJ AMERICAN
WATER COMPANY
(Passaic Basin)

Q
R
"
124

Chatham
Twp

NJ Department of Environmental Protection


- Water Purveyors

Notes:
The Municipal Chapters of the Morris County Wastewater Management Plan
for those municipalities identified as Highlands Conforming Towns on this map
are being developed through the Highlands Council's Plan Conformance process
cooperatively between the Highlands Council and the municipality. These
Municipal Chapters will be submitted separately as amendments to the Morris County
Wastewater Management Plan when completed and so are not addressed herein.

NJ AMERICAN
WATER COMPANY
(Passaic Basin)

Long
Hill

Please refer to individual municipal maps for additional information.

Submitted By:
Christine Marion, Planning Director
on behalf of the Morris County Board of Chosen Freeholders as
Wastewater Management Planning Agency
P.O. Box 900, Morristown, NJ 07963
(973) 829-8120
(973) 326-9025 (f)
http://www.morrisplanning.org/wastewater.asp
April 1, 2014

Volume II Municipal Chapters

Date Adopted January 30, 2014

Chatham Township (1405)


Introduction
This municipal chapter is an element of the Morris County Wastewater Management Plan
prepared by the Morris County Department of Planning and Development in accordance
with N.J.A.C. 7:15.
Chatham Township was incorporated in 1806; however, in 1897 Chatham Borough seceded
from Chatham Township. Madison and Florham Park soon followed, leaving Chatham
Township at its present geographic size, as of the year 1900.
Chatham Township is located in the southern portion of Morris County and encompasses
approximately 9.4 square miles. Approximately 35% of the Township consists of protected
open space and recreations areas, including the Great Swamp National Wildlife Refuge,
Loantaka County Park, and Passaic River Park. The remaining land within the Township
consists mainly of residential uses with a small portion zoned for commercial use. The
Township zoning designations are shown on Map 4M.
The Census Bureau population count for Chatham Township was 10,452 in 2010. The
Township has experienced a population growth of 3.6% since 2000.
Following are some important considerations for this municipality with respect to
wastewater management planning:

Chatham Township is considered a non-urban municipality.

The municipality is not located within the Highlands Region.

Existing Infrastructure
The existing wastewater collection and conveyance infrastructure within this municipality
consists of the following:

Collection System Chatham Township is developed along the southern and eastern
portions of the Township. The collection system and associated trunk sewers convey
flow from these populated areas primarily to the Chatham Main WPCP.

Pumping Stations There are a total of three existing pumping stations in the
Township. Two are located in the southwest portion of the Township along the
Passaic River. The third pumping station is located in the eastern portion of the
Township. A forth pumping station will be created when Chatham Glen (Chatham
Township WPCP #2) gets converted to a pump station.

The existing major wastewater treatment facilities located within the municipality include:

Chatham Township WPCP #1 (Chatham Main) this is the wastewater treatment


facility serving a majority of the Township. The plants outfall is going to be

relocated to a new location in the main stem of the Passaic River near the current
Chatham Glen outfall. The proposed discharge point will be downstream from the
location where the Black Brook enters the Passaic River.

Chatham Township WPCP #2 (Chatham Glen) - Chatham Township has indicated


they plan to close this facility and convert it to a pumping station. Flow from this
future pumping station will be directed to the Chatham Main facility. (see Significant
Actions)

Tables 1a and 1b below include additional minor facilities in Chatham Township regulated
through NJDEP that have individual New Jersey Pollutant Discharge Elimination System
(NJPDES) discharge permits. Table 1a shows facilities indicated as discharge to
groundwater (DGW) and Table 1b shows facilities indicated as discharge to surface water
(DSW).
The existing treatment facilities are illustrated on Map 2M.

Wastewater Management Plan for Morris County


Chatham Township

Table 1a: NJPDES (DGW) Minor Permit Facilities within Chatham Township that Discharge 2,000 gpd or more

NJPDES
Permit
Number

Facility
Name

Permit
Program
Code

Receiving
Stream or
Aquifer

GW
Quaternary
St
Age
Hubert's
Alluvial
Animal
Deposits
Welfare
Center
1Flow indicated is daily maximum flow

NJ0168114

Classification

II-A

Contact
Organization
Name

Permittee

Meg M.
Struble

St. Huberts
Animal
Welfare
Center

Block

Lot

Permitted
Flow
(gpd)

Existing
Flow1
(gpd)

Future
Flow1
(gpd)

142

5,500

2,000

5,500

Discharge
Category

Sanitary

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Morris County Wastewater Management Plan


Chatham Township

Table 1b: Additional NJPDES (DSW) Minor Permitted Facilities within Chatham Township

NJPDES
Permit
Number

Facility
Name

Permit
Program
Code

Receiving
Stream or
Aquifer

SW
Passaic
Chatham
River
Hill STP
(Park
Central
TP)
1Flow indicated is monthly average flow

NJ0020281

Classification

Permittee

FW2-NT(C2)

Paul
Donovan

Contact
Organization
Name

Salem
Management
Co

Block

Lot

63

21.01

Permitted
Flow
(mgd)

Existing
Flow1
(mgd)

Future
Flow1
(mgd)

0.015

0.015

0.015

Discharge
Category

Sanitary

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Wastewater Management Plan for Morris County


Chatham Township

Environmental and Other Land Features


The countywide Environmental Features are shown on maps 5A & 5B.
The Township is bounded on the south by the Passaic River. Throughout the central portion
of the Township, a significant portion of the Township hosts the Great Swamp National
Wildlife Refuge and educational areas. The Great Swamp includes multiple wetlands,
streams and waterbodies. The northern portion of the Township includes Loantaka County
Park and Fairmont Country Club.

Delineation of Service Areas and Planning Integration


Sewer Service Areas
The following are the sewer service areas within Chatham Township. The existing areas
served and future SSAs are shown on Maps 2M and 3M, respectively. The facilities
providing treatment to these service areas have an associated facilities table in Appendix C.

Chatham Township WPCP #1 (Chatham Main; NJPDES NJ0020290; DSW) This


SSA includes a large part of the southern and eastern sections of the Township.

Chatham Township WPCP #2 (Chatham Glen; NJPDES NJ0052256; DSW) This SSA
includes a small area in the southeast section of the Township. Note: Chatham
Township plans to fold this service area into the service area for the Chatham Main
facility and convert it to a pump station.

Molitor WPCF (Madison-Chatham Joint Meeting; NJPDES NJ0024937; DSW) This


SSA includes approximately 30 parcels along the north side of Shunpike Road,
bordering the Borough of Madison.

The following represent smaller defined service areas within Chatham Township. These
facilities have an associated facilities table in Appendix C.

Chatham Hill STP (Park Central TP; NJPDES NJ0020281; DSW) The sanitary sewer
service area includes a small area in the southeast portion of the Township just north
of River Road. This service area serves a garden apartment complex.

St. Huberts Animal Welfare Center (NJPDES NJ0168114; DGW) The sanitary sewer
service area includes the St. Huberts Animal Center located in the north portion of
the Township on Woodland Road.

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Wastewater Management Plan for Morris County


Chatham Township

General Service Area


General Service Areas (GSAs) consist of those areas with discharges to groundwater of less
than 2,000 gallons per day (i.e. residential septic systems) that are neither designated for
sewer service nor as non-discharge areas.
Non-discharge areas are areas where additional wastewater generation and/ or discharge
are prohibited. In Chatham Township this is the Great Swamp National Wildlife Refuge
area and parts of Loantaka Brook Reservation, a Morris County park.

Coordination and Compliance with the New Jersey Highlands


Regional Master Plan
The Township of Chatham is not located within the New Jersey Highlands Region.

Significant Actions
The Township of Chatham wastewater treatment plant at Tanglewood Lane (Chatham Main
Plant) currently discharges into an unnamed tributary to Black Brook, a tributary to the
Passaic River, via outfall DSN 001A and is regulated under this permit. Since the permit
renewal application was filed, the Township of Chatham (Chatham) has met with the
Department on several occasions regarding its inability to comply with the Total Dissolved
Solids (TDS) effluent limitations. An Administrative Consent Order (ACO) between the
Department and the Township of Chatham dated June 26, 2003 was agreed upon to grant
temporary relief and explore alternatives to achieve compliance with the TDS effluent
limitation.
The Chatham Glen treatment plant, which is regulated under discharge to surface water
permit No. NJ0052256 and currently discharges into the main stem of the Passaic River, is in
need of substantial maintenance. In order to address the non-compliance issues related to
TDS and the maintenance issues related to the Chatham Glen treatment plant, the Township
of Chatham has decided to route the untreated wastewater from the Chatham Glen STP to
the Chatham Main Plant. The wastewater will be commingled and treated at the Chatham
Main Plant and discharged, via outfall DSN 002A, to a new location in the main stem of the
Passaic River near the current Chatham Glen outfall upon an adopted amendment to the
Northeast New Jersey Water Quality Management Plan (this WMP). The proposed
discharge point will be downstream from the location where Black Brook enters the Passaic
River.
This permit proposes two sets of effluent limitations. The first set contains limitations
established for the current location of Chatham Main (DSN 001A). The second set contains
effluent limitations established for the new direct discharge outfall to the main stem of the
Passaic River (DSN 002A) located near the current Chatham Glen outfall.

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Wastewater Management Plan for Morris County


Chatham Township

Upon relocation of the outfall pipe to discharge treated combined wastewater from these
two facilities, the NJPDES permit for Chatham Glen NJPDES/DSW Permit No. NJ0052256
will no longer be required and will be terminated.

Future Wastewater Demand and Facilities


For the purposes of evaluating capacity and future sanitary flow rates, full build-out of
undeveloped or underdeveloped land in the Township was evaluated based on the zoning
and development potential of land parcels within Township. Build-out calculations were
performed for major wastewater treatment facilities and were not required for the minor
facilities listed in Table 1a and 1b above.

Sewer Service Area Wastewater Capacity Analysis


Table 2a presents the results of the Build-out Analysis within the SSAs indicated above after
the Chatham Glen facility is converted to a pumping station, with all flow conveyed to the
Chatham Main facility.

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Table 2a: Chatham Township Build-out Table (SSAs)


Total Flow
Major
Capacity
Attributed to
Residential
Total
Public
Allocation/
TWAs
Build-out
Existing
Wastewater Permitted
Approved
Flow
Flow
Treatment
Capacity
But
(mgd)
(mgd)
Facility
(mgd)
Unconnected
(mgd)
Chatham
Main
(WPCP #1)1
Molitor
WPCF
1
2

NonResidential
Build-out
Flow (mgd)

Existing
Total
Septic Projected
BuildSystems
out Flow
Flow
(mgd)
(mgd)

Remaining
Capacity
(mgd)

1.155

0.8112

0.0777

0.034

0.039

0.028

0.99

0.17

N/A

0.007

0.0003

0.002

0.0003

0.0092

see facility
table

All flows for Chatham Glen (WPCP #2) has been combined with Chatham Main (WPCP #1) in this table.
This is the 12 month annual average for both Chatham Main (0.696 mgd) and Chatham Glen (0.115 mgd), period ending 4/30/2013.

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Treatment Works Approvals (TWAs) approved by NJDEP for unconnected projects within
Chatham Township consist of the following:
Table 2b Treatment Works Approvals
Facility
TWA
High Gate at Chatham
Giralda Farms Pump Station

Chatham Main
Chatham Main
Total
Molitor WPCF

None
Total

Unconnected Flow
(mgd)
0.0027
0.0750
0.0777
0
0

A majority of Chatham Township is served by the Chatham Main Facility. The Chatham
Main facility is being expanded to a capacity of 1.155 mgd, Table 2a shows Chatham
Township has sufficient wastewater treatment capacity to match the expected build-out
potential within the Township.
The capacity of the Molitor WPCF (Madison Chatham Joint Meeting) is shown in the Facility
Table located in the Appendices. The Molitor WPCF has sufficient capacity to treat the
expected flows from Chatham Township.
Flows for the additional minor facilities in this municipality are anticipated to remain the
same through at least the term of this WMP.

General Service Area Wastewater Capacity Analysis


Table 3 presents the results of the Build-out Analysis within the GSA. The GSA is shown on
Map 3M.
The breakdown by HUC11 subwatershed is shown below.
Table 3 Chatham Township Build-out by HUC11 (GSA)
Build-out Potential (Equivalent Dwelling Units)
HUC111
02030103010

Using Nitrate
Dilution Model

Under Municipal
Zoning

152.77

103

Surplus/
Deficit
49.77

The Build-out potential within this HUC 11 is for that portion within the municipal boundary. It
does not represent the entire HUC 11 boundary within Morris County and only represents the
portion of the HUC11 within Chatham Township.

For Table 3, equivalent dwelling units were calculated by adding [potential residential flow
(gpd)/350] + [potential non-residential flow (gpd)/500].

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Wastewater Management Plan for Morris County


Chatham Township

The General Service Area (i.e., septic) build-out capacity analysis for Chatham Township
was based on the 2.0 mg/L statewide standard for the target concentration of nitrate in
groundwater.
The Morris County Park Commission (MCPC) has indicated the need to develop new
facilities in the Passaic River County Park with the future flow anticipated to be 4,500 gpd.
The flow for this proposed facility has been included in the buildout analysis and is
accounted for in Table 3. The proposed SSA for this facility is shown on map 3M and a
facility table is included in Appendix C.
Following are the results of this analysis shown in table 3 for Chatham Townships portion
of the HUC11:

For HUC 02030103010 the build-out results based on existing zoning is less than the
number of potential EDUs generated by the Nitrate Dilution Model (NDM) for septic
capacity, and therefore, no change in zoning is required.

NOTE: Where the number of EDUs generated by zoning is greater than the number of EDUs
generated by the NDM, zoning build-out and NDM will be run for the entire HUC 11 to
determine if the entire HUC 11 has sufficient nitrate dilution capacity to accommodate full
zoning build-out.

Water Supply Demand


Table 4 Chatham Township Water Supply Demand by PWSID & SSA
PWSID

Permitted
Water
Allocation
(MGM)

Water Purveyor
Name

Wastewater
Facility/Type

Incremental
Water Demand
(gpd)

712001

370.4

New Jersey
American Water
(Short Hills)

GSA

26,685

Chatham Main

38,111

Molitor Water
Pollution Control
Facility

2,820

1424001

140.1

Southeast Morris GSA


County MUA
Chatham Main

640
93,750

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For Table 4 incremental water demand was calculated by adding [potential residential
EDUs * 320 (gpd)] + [potential non-residential square footage * 0.125 (gpd)].
Pursuant to N.J.A.C. 7:15-5.25(f), a water supply analysis is required to demonstrate that the water supply
needs associated with existing and future development do not conflict with the current New Jersey State
Water Supply Plan. The current New Jersey State Water Supply Plan was adopted in August 1996.
Insufficient water supply information is available at this time to make any firm determinations on the
sufficiency of water supply. This evaluation will be updated as individual municipal chapters are adopted.
However, based on the information in Table 4 above, there is no information indicating that there is a
shortage of water supply. Further, there are no significant water supply issues identified in the current State
Water Supply Plan for the planning areas impacting Morris County.1

As indicated by the NJDEP.


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Date Adopted: June 30, 2015

Jefferson Township (1414)


Introduction
This municipal chapter is an element of the Morris County Wastewater Management Plan
prepared by the Morris County Department of Planning and Public Works, Division of
Planning and Preservation (P&P) in accordance with N.J.A.C. 7:15.
Jefferson Township was named after Thomas Jefferson and incorporated in 1894. The
Township is located in the northwest portion of Morris County and encompasses
approximately 43.0 square miles, the third largest municipality in the county. The Township
is characterized by large forested tracts and numerous lakes. Approximately 50% of the
Township consists of protected open space and recreation areas, including Mahlon
Dickerson Reservation, the Countys largest park and the Berkshire Valley Golf Course,
built on the site of a former quarry. Lake Hopatcong, located along the Townships
southwestern boundary is the largest man-made freshwater lake in the State. Residential
development occurred originally as summer homes around these water bodies. The
commercial uses are concentrated along sections of Route 15 and Berkshire Valley Road, the
major north-south roadways in the Township. The Township zoning designations are
shown on Map 4M.
The Census Bureau population count for Jefferson Township was 21,314 in 2010. The
Township experienced steady growth of 8.1% since 2000.
Following are some important considerations for this municipality with respect to
wastewater management planning:

Jefferson Township is considered a non-urban municipality.

88% of Jefferson Township is located in the New Jersey Highlands (Highlands)


Preservation Area and the remaining 12% is located in the Highlands Planning Area.
This WMP only addresses the portion of Jefferson Township located within the
Highlands Planning Area.

Existing Infrastructure
The existing wastewater collection and conveyance infrastructure within this municipality
consists of the following:

Collection System There is no collection system in the Highlands Planning Area in


Jefferson Township. The only collection system is associated with the White Rock
and Moosepac SSAs located in the northern portion of the township, in the
Highlands Preservation Area.

Pumping Stations There are seven (7) existing pump stations in the White Rock
and Moosepac SSAs. A pump station at Moosepac will be modified when

Moosepac/Waters Edge STP goes off line to switch the sewage direction and pump
effluent from Moosepac to White Rock STP.
The existing major wastewater treatment facilities located within the municipality include:

Waters Edge/Moosepac STP - Jefferson Township has indicated they plan to close
this facility and modify an existing pump station. Flow from this pump station will
be directed to the White Rock STP. (see Significant Actions) The existing SSA for
this facility is entirely in the Highlands Preservation Area.

White Rock Lake STP serves an area in the northeast portion of the Township in the
Highlands Preservation Area.

Tables 1a and 1b include additional minor facilities in Jefferson Township regulated through
NJDEP that have individual New Jersey Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NJPDES)
discharge permits. Table 1a shows facilities which are indicated as discharge to
groundwater (DGW) and Table 1b shows facilities indicated as discharge to surface water
(DSW).
The existing treatment facilities are illustrated on Map 2M.

Wastewater Management Plan for Morris County


Jefferson Township

Table 1a: Additional NJPDES (DGW) Minor Permitted Facilities within Jefferson Township
NJPDES
Permit
Number
NJ0065820

Facility
Name
Seneca
Garden
Apartments
Sandy Point
Mobile
Home Park
Jefferson
Village
Square
Pathmark
Supermarket
Jefferson
Village WTP

NJ0068331

NJ0089028

NJ0108243
NJ0133558

NJ0141445

NJ0147575
Not issued
yet
Not issued
yet

NJG0102741

Berkshire
Valley Golf
Course
McDonalds
Restaurant
Highlander
View
Apartments
Rt. 15
Properties
On-Site
Facility
Ellen T.
Briggs School

II-A

Jerold
Goldberg

Contact
Organization
Name
Seneca Garden
Apartments LLC

Glacial Drift

II-A

Sharon
Leek

Sandy Point Park


& Marina LLC

133

7,500

DGW

Crystalline
Rocks

II-A

Richard F.
Lubkin

272.01

18

1,967

1,420

1,967

Sanitary

DGW

Crystalline
Rocks
Crystalline
Rocks

II-A

David
Kelly
Steve
Curtis

273

10,000

7,840

10,000

Sanitary

250.3

1.02

125,000

87,800

125,000

Sanitary

Shawangunk
and Green
Pond

II-A

David D.
Helmer

387

3,485

2,500

3,485

Sanitary

II-A

Frank
Stimmler
Green and
Fifteen,
LLC
Rt. 15
Properties
LLC

HRA
Management &
Consulting Co
Pathmark Stores
Inc
Applied
Wastewater
Management Inc
Morris County
Park
Commission
Stimmler Foods
Inc
Green and
Fifteen, LLC

272.01

19

3,745

3,745

3,745

Sanitary

273.01

2.061,
2.062

7,950

7,950

Sanitary

Rt. 15 Properties
LLC

273.02
273.01

1&2
11

7,945

7,945

Sanitary

Jefferson
Township Board
of Education

232.03

6.01

Permit
Program
Code
DGW

Receiving
Stream or
Aquifer
Crystalline
Rocks

DGW

DGW

DGW

DGW

Classification

II-A

DGW

IMR Aquifer

II

DGW

IMR Aquifer

II

T1

Permittee

James E.
Tasker

Block

Lot

249

17

Permitted
Flow
(gpd)
16,350

Existing
Flow1
(gpd)
5,100

Future
Flow1
(gpd)
16,350

Sanitary

7,500

7,500

Sanitary

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Discharge
Category

Sanitary

Wastewater Management Plan for Morris County


Jefferson Township

Table 1a (Continued): Additional NJPDES (DGW) Minor Permitted Facilities within Jefferson Township
NJPDES
Permit
Number
NJG0103284
NJG0106968
NJG0107832

NJG0108570

NJG0128350

NJG0128830
NJG0129551
NJG0136379
NJG0140007

Facility
Name
Willow Lake
Day Camp
Lakeside
Shopping
Center
RLM
Development
Corp
Jefferson
Gardens
Sonnys
Restaurant &
8 Apts.
Green Valley
Shopping
Center
New Orleans
Steak House
Casa Bianca
Restaurant
Olympus
Gym

1Flow

Permit
Program
Code
T1

Receiving
Stream or
Aquifer

Classification

Permittee
Wendy Saiff

Contact
Organization
Name
Wendy Saiff

Permitted
Flow
(gpd)

Existing
Flow1
(gpd)

Future
Flow1
(gpd)

Discharge
Category

Block

Lot

329

Sanitary

T1

Nicholas Seretis

Seretis
Properties LLC

273.01

Sanitary

T1

Ralph Lamana

233.03

29.02,
29.01

Sanitary

T1

Sandra Lebzelter

249

Sanitary

T1

Joe Rodriquez

422

Sanitary

T1

John Wheeler

RLM
Development
Corp
Jefferson
Gardens
Association
Swann Lake
Enterprises
LLC
John Wheeler

T1

Jimmy
Apostolopoulos
Sefula Seji

T1
T1

Olympus
Gym/John
Barbero

Jimmy
Apostolopoulos
Casa Bianca
Restaurant
Jefferson
Fitness Center

458

260.01

Sanitary

369.01

Sanitary

249

3.10

Sanitary

indicated is daily maximum flow

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Sanitary

Wastewater Management Plan for Morris County


Jefferson Township

Table 1a (Continued): Additional NJPDES (DGW) Minor Permitted Facilities within Jefferson Township
NJPDES
Permit
Number
NJG0142727
NJG0142808
NJG0156973
NJG0159930

NJG0168491
NJG0188395

NJG0188255

NJG0237566

Facility
Name
Wendy's
Restaurant
Jefferson Hills
Garden
Apartments
Jefferson
House
Restaurant
Oak Mobile
Home Park

Permit
Program
Code
T1

Receiving
Stream or
Aquifer

Classification

Permittee

Contact
Organization
Name
728 Route 15
South LLC
Michael J.
Pinter

Permitted
Flow
(gpd)

Existing
Flow1
(gpd)

Future
Flow1
(gpd)

Discharge
Category

Block

Lot

249

Sanitary

573

25

Sanitary

T1

David C.
Cahill
Michael Pinter

T1

William Orth

Jefferson
House Corp

196

38

Sanitary

T1

Vincent
O'Rourke

456

24

Sanitary

San Bar
Mobile Home
Park
Viana Assoc
Inc.

T1

Al Porfido

Milton
Oakridge
Associates LLC
YB Properties
LLC

209

Sanitary

T1

Manuel
Guarda

Manuel
Guarda

233.03

Sanitary

Mahlon
Dickerson
Reservation
The Windlass
Restaurant

T1

David D.
Helmer

335
446

TI

Lisa Palanchi

Morris County
Park
Commission
Rusty Cleat,
LLC

29.031,
29.032,
29.033
7
9,14

196

16

Sanitary

1Flow

indicated is daily maximum flow

Facility Names in italics are T1s.

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Sanitary

Wastewater Management Plan for Morris County


Jefferson Township

Table 1b: Additional NJPDES (DSW) Minor Permitted Facilities within Jefferson Township

NJPDES
Permit
Number

Facility
Name

Permit
Program
Code

Receiving
Stream or
Aquifer

DSW
Lake
Arthur
Shawnee
Stanlick
School
DSW
Russia
NJ0021091 Jefferson
Brook
Township
HighMiddle
School
1Flow indicated is monthly average flow
NJ0021105

Classification

Permittee

Contact
Organization
Name

Block

Lot

Permitted
Flow
(gpd)

Existing
Flow1
(gpd)

Future
Flow1
(gpd)

FW2-NT(C2)

Alice
Robinson

Jefferson
Township

273

7,095

3,143

7,095

Sanitary

FW2-TM(C2)

Dora
Mylchreest

Jefferson
Township
Board of
Education

336

10.01

27,500

15,950

27,500

Sanitary

Discharge
Category

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Wastewater Management Plan for Morris County


Jefferson Township

Environmental and Other Land Features


County-wide Environmental Features are shown on maps 5A & 5B.
Jefferson Township contains Interstate 80 just clipping the southern border of the Township
with Route 15 and Route 181 located in the western portion of the Township and Route 23
located along the northeastern border. Jefferson Township contains large state and county
open space and recreational areas including Mahlon Dickerson Reservation, Berkshire
Valley State Wildlife Management Area, and Minisink Park. Lake Hopatcong, New Jerseys
largest fresh water lake, is located in the western portion of the Township. There are
numerous water bodies, tributaries, streams and wetlands throughout the Township Oak
Ridge Reservoir and the Pequannock River form the northeastern border of the Township.
Lakes include Longwood Lake, Lake Swannanoa, Lake Shawnee, Cozy Lake and Moosepac
Pond. The headwaters of the Rockaway River originate in Jefferson Township with multiple
tributaries and associated wetlands. Multiple large tributaries including Weldon Brook,
Beaver Brook and Russia Brook drain through the township with their own tributaries and
associated wetlands.

Delineation of Service Areas and Planning Integration


Sewer Service Areas
Following are the sewer service areas within Jefferson Township. The existing areas served
and future SSAs are shown on Maps 2M and 3M, respectively. The facilities providing
treatment to these service areas have associated facilities tables in the Appendix C.

Musconetcong STP (NJPDES NJ0027821; DSW) This SSA is planned to serve the
area around Lake Hopatcong in the western portion of the Township in the
Highlands Planning Area. The Musconetcong Sewerage Authority (MSA) at this
time has an approved and operative total capacity of 4.31 million gallons per day
(MGD), as described in NPDES Permit No. NJ0027821. MSA is a sewerage authority
that provides service under contracts to Byram Township and six other
municipalities (Hopatcong Borough, Mount Arlington Borough, Mount Olive
Township, Netcong Borough, Roxbury Township and Stanhope Borough). It is
noted that MSAs NPDES Permit No. NJ0027821 has two different flows upon which
its discharge limitations were based. At this time, the 4.31 MGD flow is operative.
However, MSA has received NJDEP approval for an increase to 5.79 MGD when the
permittee complies with Part IV, E.2.a of the Final Permit issued on December 1,
2011. However, an increase in flow to 5.79 MGD shall have no effect on the Future
Sewer Service Area for MSA or any municipalities served by it, absent NJDEP
approval of an amendment or revision, as appropriate, to the relevant WMP.

Waters Edge/Moosepac STP (NJPDES NJ0081086; DGW) This SSA serves a small
area in the northeast portion of the Township around Moosepac Pond in the
Highlands Preservation Area. Note: Jefferson Township intends to eliminate the

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Waters Edge/Moosepac STP and include its service area in the White Rock Lake
STP service area.

White Rock Lake STP (NJPDES NJ0026867; DSW) This SSA serves a small area in
the northeast portion of the Township around White Rock Lake in the Highlands
Preservation Area.

The following represent smaller defined service areas within Jefferson Township. These
facilities have an associated facilities table in Appendix C.

Arthur Stanlick School (NJPDES NJ0021105; DSW) This small SSA serves the
Arthur Stanlick School located off of East Shawnee Trail just east of Route 15.

Berkshire Valley Golf Course (NJPDES NJ0141445; DGW) This small SSA serves
the Berkshire Valley Golf Course located off of Cozy Lake Road and just west of
Green Pond.

Casa Bianca Restaurant (NJPDES NJG0136379; T1) This small SSA serves the Casa
Bianca Restaurant located off of Berkshire Valley Road just southwest of the Green
Valley Shopping Center Golf Course.

Ellen T. Briggs School (NJPDES NJG0102741; T1) This small SSA serves the Ellen T.
Briggs School located off of Jefferson Drive just east of Espanong Road.

Green Valley Shopping Center (NJPDES NJG0128830; T1) This small SSA serves
the Green Valley Shopping Center located off of Berkshire Valley Road.

Highlander View Apartments (NJPDES Not Issued yet; DGW) This small SSA is
proposed to serve the Highlander View Apartments located immediately south of
the Rt. 15 Properties On-Site Facility which is split by Hellers Lane off of Route 15.

Jefferson Gardens (Jefferson Garden; NJPDES NJG0108570; T1) This small SSA
serves the Jefferson Gardens located off of Route 15 just south of Edison Road.

Jefferson Hills Garden Apartments (NJPDES NJG0142808; T1) This small SSA
serves the Jefferson Hills Garden Apartments off of Bigelow Road just south of
Route 23.

Jefferson House Restaurant (NJPDES NJG0156973; T1) This small SSA serves the
Jefferson House Restaurant located in the western portion of the Township adjacent
to Lake Hopatcong just north of Great Cove.

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Jefferson Township High-Middle School (NJPDES NJ0021091; DSW) This small


SSA serves the Jefferson Township High and Middle School located at the off of
Weldon Road on the north east side of Mahlon Dickerson Reservation.

Jefferson Village Square (NJPDES NJ0089028; DGW) This small SSA serves the
Jefferson Village Square located at the intersection of Route 15 South & Franklin
Street.

Jefferson Village WTP (NJPDES NJ0133558; DGW) This small SSA serves the
Jefferson Village located on Harold Road, which is off of Mase Road.

Lakeside Shopping Center (NJPDES NJG0106968; T1) This small SSA serves the
Lakeside Shopping Center located in the western portion of the Township between
the northbound and southbound portions of Route 15 on Bowling Green Parkway.

Mahlon Dickerson Reservation (NJPDES NJG0188255; T1) This small SSA serves 5
small facilities in this Morris County Park Commission property.

McDonalds Restaurant (NJPDES NJ0147575; DGW) This small SSA serves the
McDonalds Restaurant located between the northbound and southbound lanes of
Route 15 at the intersection with Edison Road.

New Orleans Steak House (NJPDES NJG0129551; T1) This small SSA serves the
New Orleans Steak House located between the northbound and southbound lanes of
Route 15 at the intersection with Berkshire Valley Road.

Oak Mobile Home Park (NJPDES NJG0159930; T1) This small SSA serves the Oak
Mobile Home Park located off of Milton Road just east of the Bowling Green Golf
and Tennis Club.

Olympus Gym (NJPDES NJG0140007; T1) This small SSA serves the Olympus Gym
located off of Route 15 just south of Edison Road.

Pathmark Supermarket (NJPDES NJ0108243; DGW) This small SSA serves the
Pathmark Supermarket located in the western portion of the Township between the
northbound and southbound portions of Route 15 just north of its intersection with
Edison Road.

Rt. 15 Properties On-Site Facility (NJPDES not issued yet; DGW) This small SSA
will serve a retail building, restaurant, warehouse and gas station. It is located
immediately north of the Highlander View Apartments off of Route 15 on Hellers
Lane.

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RLM Development Corp. (NJPDES NJG0107832; T1) This small SSA serves the
RLM Development Corp. located in the western portion of the Township just off of
Route 15 just north of Swan Lane.

Sandy Point Mobile Home Park (NJPDES NJ0068331; DGW) This small SSA serves
the Sandy Point Mobile Home Park located off of Wild Way just west of Espanong
Road.

San Bar Mobile Home Park (NJPDES NJG0168491; T1) This small SSA serves the
San Bar Mobile Home Park located off of San Bar Drive just east of Lake
Hopatcongs Great Cove.

Seneca Garden Apartments (NJPDES NJ0065820; DGW) This small SSA serves the
Seneca Garden Apartments located off of Route 15 & Cella Street.

Sonnys Restaurant & 8 Apts. (NJPDES NJG0128350; T1) This small SSA serves the
Sonnys Restaurant and the associated apartments located off of Moquis Trail just
west of Berkshire Valley Road.

The Windlass Restaurant (NJPDES NJG0237566; T1) - This small SSA serves the
Windlass Restaurant on Lake Hopatcong.

Viana Associates Inc. (NJPDES NJG0188395; T1) The facility consists of three
office/retail buildings. It is located off of Route 15 and west of Hellers Lane.

Wendy's Restaurant (NJPDES NJG0142727; T1) This small SSA serves the Wendy's
Restaurant located at the intersection of Route 15 and Edison Road.

Willow Lake Day Camp (NJPDES NJG0103284; T1) This small SSA serves the
Willow Lake Day Camp located in the western portion of the Township just off of
Route 181 just north of the northeast corner of Lake Hopatcong.

General Service Area


General Service Areas (GSAs) consist of those areas with discharges to groundwater of less
than 2,000 gallons per day (i.e. residential septic systems) that are neither designated for
sewer service nor as non-discharge areas.

Coordination and Compliance with the New Jersey Highlands


Regional Master Plan
88% of Jefferson Township is located in the Highlands Preservation Area and the remaining
12% is located in the Highlands Planning Area. As of March 19, 2014, the Township of
Jefferson has not chosen to conform to the Highlands Regional Master Plan for the Planning
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Area. Therefore, the standards in the NJDEP Water Quality Management Rules, N.J.A.C.
7:15-1 et seq., were utilized for the Township within the Planning Area.

Significant Actions
The Township currently operates two wastewater treatment plants that are located in close
proximity to each other; Waters Edge/Moosepac and White Rock Lake Treatment Plants. It
is the intent of the Township to eliminate the Moosepac Treatment Plant and pump all
wastewater from this service area to the White Rock Lake Facility. The White Rock Lake
facility currently has enough capacity to accept the flow from Moosepac without expanding.
Both of these STPs are located in the Preservation Area and are subject to NJDEP Highlands
Regulations and conformance with the Highlands Regional Master Plan.

Future Wastewater Demand and Facilities


For the purposes of evaluating capacity and future sanitary flow rates, full build-out of
undeveloped or underdeveloped land in the Highlands Planning Area portion of the
Township was evaluated based on the zoning and development potential of land parcels
within the Township. Build-out calculations were performed for major wastewater
treatment facilities and were not required for the minor facilities listed in Table 1a and 1b
above.
Finally, it is noted that Musconetcong Sewage Authoritys (MSA) NPDES Permit No.
NJ0027821 has two different flows upon which its discharge limitations were based. At this
time, the 4.31 MGD flow is operative. However, MSA has received NJDEP approval for an
increase to 5.79 MGD when the permittee complies with Part IV, E.2.a of the Final Permit
issued on December 1, 2011. However, an increase in flow to 5.79 MGD shall have no effect
on the Future Sewer Service Area for MSA or any municipalities served by it, absent NJDEP
approval of an amendment or revision, as appropriate, to the relevant WMP.

Sewer Service Area Wastewater Capacity Analysis


Table 2a presents the results of the Build-out Analysis within the SSAs indicated above after
the Moosepac/Waters Edge STP is closed all flow has been conveyed to White Rock Lake
STP.

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Table 2a: Jefferson Township Build-out Table (SSAs)

Major Public
Wastewater
Treatment Facility

Musconetcong STP
Major Public
Wastewater
Treatment Facility

White Rock Lake


STP 1

Certified
Need
(mgd)

Total
Existing
Flow
(mgd)

Total Flow
Attributed to
TWAs
Approved But
Unconnected
(mgd)

0.860 2

0.000

Permitted
Capacity
(mgd)

Total
Existing
Flow
(mgd)

0.1295

0.12443

Residential
Build-out
Flow (mgd)

NonResidential
Build-out
Flow (mgd)

Existing
Septic
Systems
Flow
(mgd)

Total
Projected
Buildout Flow
(mgd)

Remaining
Capacity
(mgd)

0.0294

0.02164

0.771

0.822

0.038

Total Flow
Attributed to
TWAs
Approved But
Unconnected
(mgd)
0

Residential
Build-out
Flow (mgd)

NonResidential
Build-out
Flow (mgd)

Existing
Septic
Systems
Flow
(mgd)

Total
Projected
Buildout Flow
(mgd)

Remaining
Capacity
(mgd)

0.00069

0.0006

0.1257

0.0038

Build-out was calculated by the Highlands Council since the sewer service area is in Highlands Preservation Area. Build-out is for the
existing White Rock Lake SSA. All flows from Moosepac STP/Waters Edge have been combined with the White Rock Lake STP in this
table.
2 The certified need for Jefferson Twp will be calculated from the Discharge Allocation Certificate (DAC) of 1.48 mgd for MSA. The
allocated certified need for Jefferson Twp is 0.860 mgd.
1

This is the 12 month annual average for both Moosepac STP (43,790 gpd) and White Rock Lake STP (80,600 gpd), period ending May
2013.

NOTE: The certified need identified in this document are neither NJDEP-determined nor NJDEP enforced. They are used entirely by MSA and its
member communities.
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Treatment Works Approvals (TWAs) approved by NJDEP for unconnected projects within
Jefferson Township consist of the following:
Table 2b Treatment Works Approvals
Facility
TWA
None
Total

Unconnected Flow
(mgd)
0
0

The portion of Jefferson Township designated as SSA to the Musconetcong STP as shown on
Map3M Future Wastewater Service Area is proposed to ultimately be served by this
wastewater treatment facility. The capacity of the Musconetcong STP is shown in the Facility
Table in Appendix C. Table 2a shows that the Musconetcong STP has sufficient future
wastewater capacity to match the expected build-out potential associated with the MSA STP
SSA within the Township.
Jefferson Township currently operates two wastewater treatment plants that are located in
close proximity to each other; Waters Edge/ Moosepac STP and White Rock Lake STP. It is
the intent of the Township to eliminate the Moosepac STP and pump all wastewater from
this service area to the White Rock Lake STP. The combined permitted capacity for the two
facilities is 0.1295 mgd and the combined total projected build-out flow is 0.1263 mgd
leaving a surplus in capacity of 0.0032 mgd. Table 2a shows Jefferson Township has
sufficient allocated capacity to allow Moosepac STP to combine with the White Rock STP.
Both of these STPs are located in the Preservation Area and are subject to NJDEP Highlands
Regulations and conformance with the Highlands Regional Master Plan.
Flows for the additional minor facilities in the municipality are anticipated to remain the
same through at least the term of this WMP.

General Service Area Wastewater Capacity Analysis


Table 3 presents the results of the Build-out Analysis within the GSA for the portion of the
Township that is located in the Highlands Planning Area only. GSAs in the Highlands
Preservation Area were not evaluated. The GSA is shown on Map 3M.
The breakdown by HUC14 subwatershed is shown below.

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Table 3 Jefferson Township Build-out by HUC14 (GSA)


Build-out Potential (Equivalent Dwelling Units)
HUC141
02030103030040
02030103030060
02030103030070
02040105150020

Using Nitrate
Dilution Model

Under Municipal Zoning

Surplus/
Deficit

24.15
18.36
0.04
31.99

3.00
0.00
0.00
11.80

21.15
18.36
0.04
20.19

The Build-out potential within this HUC 14 is for that portion within the municipal boundary. It
does not represent the entire HUC 14 boundary within Morris County and only represents the
portion of the HUC14 within Jefferson Township. GSAs in the Highlands Preservation Area were
not evaluated.
1

For Table 3, equivalent dwelling units were calculated by adding [potential residential flow
(gpd)/350] + [potential non-residential flow (gpd)/500].
The General Service Area (i.e., septic) build-out capacity analysis for Jefferson Township
was based on the 2.0 mg/L statewide standard for the target concentration of nitrate in
groundwater. The Nitrate Dilution Model was only run for areas in the Highlands Planning
Area.
Following are the results of this analysis shown in table 3 for Jefferson Townships portion
of the HUC14:

For HUC 02040105150020 the build-out results based on existing zoning is less than
the number of potential EDUs generated by the Nitrate Dilution Model (NDM) for
septic capacity, and therefore, no change in zoning is required.

For HUC 02030103030040, the build-out results based on existing zoning is less than
the number of potential EDUs generated by the Nitrate Dilution Model (NDM) for
septic capacity, and therefore, no change in zoning is required.

For HUCs 02030103030060 and 02030103030070 do not have any build-out for
municipal zoning, therefore there is sufficient nitrate dilution.

NOTE: Where the number of EDUs generated by zoning is greater than the number of EDUs
generated by the NDM, zoning build-out and NDM will be run for the entire HUC 14 to
determine if the entire HUC 14 has sufficient nitrate dilution capacity to accommodate full
zoning build-out.

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Lake Hopatcong Restoration Plan for Jefferson Township


The NJDEP has recognized that Lake Hopatcong is impaired for excessive in-lake total
phosphorus (TP) originating from high phosphorus loads. This propagated the need for the
development of a Restoration Plan for the lake. In June 2006, A Refined Phosphorus TMDL
and Restoration Plans for Lake Hopatcong and Lake Musconetcong, Upper Musconetcong
River Watershed, Morris and Sussex Counties, New Jersey was finalized. Based on this
TMDL, the existing TP load must be reduced by 41% to achieve the targeted TP loads as
outlined in the States TMDL.1 Jefferson Township agreed to implement a septic
maintenance plan in the Township as its way of reducing phosphorus for Lake Hopatcong.
Hence, areas surrounding Lake Hopatcong, in Jefferson Township are currently part of a
septic maintenance program as indicated by the above mentioned TMDL.

Water Supply Demand


Table 4 Jefferson Township Water Supply Demand by PWSID & SSA in the Highlands
Planning Area

PWSID

Permitted
Water
Allocation
(MGM)

Water Purveyor
Name

Wastewater
Facility/Type

Incremental
Water Demand
(gpd)

NA

NA

NA

GSA

960

Musconetcong
Sewerage
Authority

23,111

1414009

NA

Mountain Shore
Water Supply

Musconetcong
Sewerage
Authority

320

1414011

21

Lake
Hopatcong
(Jefferson
Township)

GSA

5,453

Musconetcong
Sewerage
Authority

34,978

As per the Refined Phosphorus TMDL and Restoration Plans for Lake Hopatcong and Lake Musconetcong,
Upper Musconetcong River Watershed, Morris and Sussex Counties, New Jersey, June 2006.
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For Table 4 incremental water demand was calculated by adding [potential residential
EDUs * 320 (gpd)] + [potential non-residential square footage * 0.125 (gpd)].
Pursuant to N.J.A.C. 7:15-5.25(f), a water supply analysis is required to demonstrate that the water supply
needs associated with existing and future development do not conflict with the current New Jersey State
Water Supply Plan. The current New Jersey State Water Supply Plan was adopted in August 1996.
Insufficient water supply information is available at this time to make any firm determinations on the
sufficiency of water supply. This evaluation will be updated as individual municipal chapters are adopted.
However, based on the information in Table 4 above, there is no information indicating that there is a
shortage of water supply. Further, there are no significant water supply issues identified in the current State
Water Supply Plan for the planning areas impacting Morris County.2

Water Supply Demand in the Highlands Preservation Area


The Highlands Council estimates from the build out a total public water demand for the
Jefferson Township Water Utility Milton System of 0.000863 MGD in the Preservation Area,
which does exceed the utility capacity conditions. There is no public water demand from the
build-out for the other facilities serving within Jefferson Township in the Preservation
Area. 3

Water Use and Conservation Management Plan


There are three deficit HUC 14 subwatersheds within Jefferson Township according to the
Highlands Regional Master Plan (2008) Net Water Availability (NWA) analysis. The
primary purpose of a Highlands Water Use and Conservation Management Plan (WUCMP)
is to reduce and where feasible eliminate deficits in subwatersheds where water use was
determined to exceed its availability, and therefore deemed to be in deficit. The WUCMP
can identify appropriate management strategies that can help ameliorate such water deficits
or potential impacts on water supply source areas. There are many water conservation
strategies that may support deficit reduction including water system leak detection and
reduction, meter calibration or replacement, outdoor water use reduction and enhanced
stormwater recharge to name a few. The Highlands Council intends to work directly with
Jefferson Township in the formation of the municipal specific WUMCP that all parties agree
with. 3

2
3

As indicated by the NJDEP.


As indicated by the Highlands Council
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Municipal Maps

Chatham Township

Data Sources:

Map 2M : Existing Sewered Areas (SSA)


3,750

- Wastewater Management Planning Area


- Municipal Boundaries
- Parcel Boundaries
- Major Roads (Labels)
- Existing Parcels Served by Sewer **
- Non-Discharge Area
- Service Area of Wastewater Facilities
with Planning Flows Less than 2,000 gpd
which discharge to groundwater **
- Septic Systems **
- Pump Stations **
- Major Truck Lines **

Amending the Following Areawide Water Quality Management Plans:


Northeast, Upper Delaware, Upper Raritan, Sussex County
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Existing DGW (Discharge to Groundwater Facilities)


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Facility Name

NJPDES Permit No.

ST HUBERTS'S ANIMAL WELFARE CENTER

NJ0168114

Surface waters that are designated Category One are listed in the Surface Water Quality Standards at N.J.A.C. 7:9B. The Department's "Surface Water Quality Standards" GIS data layer was
utilized to determine these waters. The applicable 300 foot buffer has been applied to these waterways and removed from the proposed sewer service areas on the mapping. Lesser width
buffers have not been graphically removed from the sewer service area but are not proposed for sewer service. Jurisdictional determinations by the Department will be utilized to determine the
extent of the sewer service area on individual lots.

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Existing DGW (Discharge to Groundwater)

All existing, new, or expanded industrial pretreatment facilities requiring Significant Indirect User (SUI) permits and/or Treatment Works Approvals, and which are located within the specified sewer
service area, are deemed to be consistent.
Pre-existing grant conditions and requirements (from Federal and State grants or loans for sewerage facilities) which provide for restriction of sewer service to environmentally sensitive areas, are
unaffected by adoption of this document and compliance is required.

Chatham Township WPCP #1 (Chatham Main) - NJ0020290


Molitor WPCF (Madison Chatham Joint Meeting STP) - NJ0024937
Chatham Township WPCP #2 (Chatham Glen) - NJ0052256

Development in areas mapped as wetlands, flood prone areas, suitable habitat for endangered and threatened species as identified on the Departments Landscape Maps of Habitat for
Endangered, Threatened and Other Priority Wildlife as Rank 3, 4. and 5, Natural Heritage Priority Sites, riparian zones, steep slopes, or designated river areas may be subject to special
regulation under Federal or State statutes or rules, and interested persons should check with the Department for the latest information. Any depiction of environmental features shall be for
general information purposes only, and shall not be construed to define the legal geographic jurisdiction of such statutes or rules

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Areas located within the watershed of a Freshwater One (FW1) stream, as classified in the Surface Water Quality Standards, and/or that have Class 1-A ground water (Ground
Water of Special Ecological Significance), as classified in the Ground Water Quality Standards, are identified as "Non-degradation water area based on the Surface Water
Quality Standards at N.J.A.C. 7:9B, and/or the Ground Water Quality Standards at N.J.A.C. 7:9-6". Non-degradation water areas shall be maintained in their natural
state (set aside for posterity) and are subject to restrictions including, but not limited to, the following: 1) DEP will not approve any pollutant discharge to ground
water nor approve any human activity which results in a degradation of natural quality except for the upgrade or continued operation of existing facilities serving
existing development. For additional information please see the Surface Water Quality Standards at N.J.A.C. 7:9B, and/or the Ground Water Quality
Standards at N.J.A.C. 7:9-6.

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becomes available. This applies to ISSDS that require certification from the Department under the Realty Improvement Sewerage and Facilities Act
(N.J.S.A. 58:11-23) or individual Treatment Works Approval or New Jersey Pollutant Discharge Elimination System Permits (under N.J.A.C. 7:14A).
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all upstream tributaries within the same HUC 14; 150 feet for waters designated Trout Production and all upstream waters; 150 feet for water designated Trout Maintenance and all
upstream waters within one linear mile as measured along the length of the regulated water; 150 feet for any segments of water flowing though an area that contains documented
habitat for a threatened or endangered species of plant or animal, which is critically dependent on the surface water body for survival, and all upstream waters (including tributaries)
within one linear mile as measured along the length of the surface water body; 150 feet for waters that run through acid-producing soils, and; 50 feet for all waters not designated as C1,
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October 23, 2013

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NJ Department of Environmental Protection

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PASSAIC RIVER PARK

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All existing, new, or expanded industrial pretreatment facilities requiring Significant Indirect User (SUI) permits and/or Treatment Works Approvals, and which are located within the specified sewer
service area, are deemed to be consistent.
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unaffected by adoption of this document and compliance is required.

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Chatham Township WPCP #1 (Chatham Twp Main)

Development in areas mapped as wetlands, flood prone areas, suitable habitat for endangered and threatened species as identified on the Departments Landscape Maps of Habitat for
Endangered, Threatened and Other Priority Wildlife as Rank 3, 4. and 5, Natural Heritage Priority Sites, riparian zones, steep slopes, or designated river areas may be subject to special
regulation under Federal or State statutes or rules, and interested persons should check with the Department for the latest information. Any depiction of environmental features shall be for
general information purposes only, and shall not be construed to define the legal geographic jurisdiction of such statutes or rules

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Water of Special Ecological Significance), as classified in the Ground Water Quality Standards, are identified as "Non-degradation water area based on the Surface Water
Quality Standards at N.J.A.C. 7:9B, and/or the Ground Water Quality Standards at N.J.A.C. 7:9-6". Non-degradation water areas shall be maintained in their natural
state (set aside for posterity) and are subject to restrictions including, but not limited to, the following: 1) DEP will not approve any pollutant discharge to ground
water nor approve any human activity which results in a degradation of natural quality except for the upgrade or continued operation of existing facilities serving
existing development. For additional information please see the Surface Water Quality Standards at N.J.A.C. 7:9B, and/or the Ground Water Quality
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Department under the Realty Improvement Sewerage and Facilities Act
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utilized to determine these waters. The applicable 300 foot buffer has been applied to these waterways and removed from the proposed sewer service areas on the mapping. Lesser width
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October 23, 2013

Chatham Township

Data Sources:

NJ Department of Environmental Protection

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R-2 - Residence District
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R-4 - Residence District
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W astewaterManagem entP l
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P.
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W astewaterManagem entP l
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973)8298120

Jefferson Township
Map 4M : Municipal Zoning

2,100

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1 inch = 1,548 Feet

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Date Adopted: June 30, 2015

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Milton

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Crow

Dove

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C-1

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R-40

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St
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Riverd
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Cou
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N Reil
ly Rd

Dr
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Pa
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Abe
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Shee
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Ct

Ro
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Wayfa

Dr
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Rd

Quincy Dr

Par
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Legion Rd

C-1

Joh
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C-1
Mo
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Dog
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Ta
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Sto
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bro
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Kates
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R-30

El
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El
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Milton Rd

Linda

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Falc
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Jen
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Pl

ASCH

Dr

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Rd

Clifto

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Easy Dr

Horace

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Hi
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Lozie
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nc
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Ci r

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C-1

R-10

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Gl

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C-1

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Pops C
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White Rock
Blvd

Marci
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Rud
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Rd
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Hi
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RC

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R
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Marg
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R-40

Cr
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Pat
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High
land
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Spart a
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Lark
Ln

R
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Ro

Mount Pau
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SR-2

Fr
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Sc

De
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R-40

Dr

Pe
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C-1

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Rd

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IP

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R-30
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St

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Lud
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C-2
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Dr
Sk
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Dr
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Rd

C-1
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La
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Mt
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Mase Rd

Elle
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Willis St

Gr
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Trl
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Be
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SR-1

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C-2

Aspen C
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Ho
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Rd

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RC

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ffe
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C-2

Ln

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Ca
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Fox Hill Ct

Rock Rd

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Ge
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Bra
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R-30

Ln

R-40

Martin VIew Rd

Cove Rd

Dr

St

Canal Xing

J
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El
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615

R-30

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Nolan

C-1

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Ro

Dr

R
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ste
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Ho

C-1

C-1

N Cherry Rd

t
dic
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Be

e Dr
Watersid

Maine St

Wa
Wild

Sierra Rd

Br
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C-2

r
Th

Virginia Ave S

S Maryland Ave

R-30

N Lakeside Ave

Ave

Ripp
lewo
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Illinois St

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Zoning Definitions
ASCH - Affordable Senior Citizen Housing District
C-1 - Neighborhood Business
C-2 - Highway Business
CR - Commercial Recreation Zone
IP - Industrial Park
O - Office & Professional
PARC - Planned Adult Residential Community
Q - Quarry/Overlay
R-10 - High Density Residential
R-30 - Medium Density Residential
R-30 - Medium Density Residential
R-40 - Low Density Residential
RC - Rural Conservation
SR-1 - Medium Density Residential
SR-2 - High Density Residential

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R-30

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R-40

181

R-30

Schwart z Blvd
New Jersey Ave

Point Ln

Q
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Yacht Club Dr

Chincopee Rd

R-40

Ro
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St

Co
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on
Mas

D
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Alp

Rd

Mill
St

Jo
hn

ood
Glenw

R-40

r
Algonquian Te

Sh
ore

Rd

E Shaw nee Trl

Mountain VIew Trl

R-40

Al
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Bl
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Tecum
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Cl
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Mohawk Trl

R-40

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Municipal Locator

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Submitted By:
Christine Marion, Planning Director
on behalf of the Morris County Board of Chosen Freeholders as
Wastewater Management Planning Agency
P.O. Box 900, Morristown, NJ 07963
http://www.morrisplanning.org/wastewater.asp | Telephone: (973) 829-8120
September 10, 2013