The East Windsor Municipal Utilities Authority (“EWMUA”) was created by the Township of East Windsor to provide water and sewer service to the residents of the municipality. It was organized on September 4, 1963 under
the Municipal Utilities Authority Law (N.J.S.A. 40: 14B-1 et seq.). While the EWMUA has broad statutory powers to provide these essential utility services, it has certain obligations as well. Its responsibilities include
compliance with the adopted bond resolutions, the adopted service contract with the Township of East Windsor, Federal and State laws governing water pollution control, potable water quality guidelines, solid waste disposal,
public purchasing guidelines and other applicable State and municipal laws and ordinances.
All correspondence and administrative business as well as scheduled Board meetings of the Authority are carried out at the official office of the EWMUA, which is as follows:
7 Wiltshire Drive
East Windsor, New Jersey, 08520-1297
Business hours are: Monday through Friday
8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
The EWMUA annually sets forth the meeting schedule, which is available at the EWMUA offices during regular business hours, and when scheduled by the Chairman, special meetings are held in accordance with the provisions of the Open Public Meetings Act (N.J.S.A. 10: 4-6 et seq.). The following rules and procedures sets forth the rates (ie., water and sewer service fees), procedural guidelines, standard terms and conditions of service and other regulations under which water and sanitary sewer service will be supplied by the EWMUA to its customers.