Robbinsville Township, NJ (Mercer) – Aqua Water customers in Robbinsville, Windsor and neighboring municipalities are reportedly experiencing low to non-existent water pressure. This issue began on Thursday, and according to the Township of Robbinsville, it is due to an unanticipated water well failure.
The company is working tirelessly to resolve the issue, but despite their best efforts, the pressure gradient has yet to increase. A company representative disclosed that the pressure gradient would increase overnight as they continue to pressurize the system, but this development did not materialize.
The consequences of this problem have been somewhat dire as Sharon Elementary School was forced to close, while Pond Road Middle School and Robbinsville High will be dismissed early. Aqua Water has not given an exact timeline to resolve the low water pressure issue. Therefore, the township directs residents to conserve water whenever possible.
The Township assures that it will continue to pass along any information as it becomes available. Meanwhile, no specific information has been made public about how long it might take Aqua to rectify the situation. No official statement has been released regarding the potential cause of the problem, leaving residents concerned about the level of communication between Aqua and its customers about water issues.
The situation has been made more challenging by the company’s failure to indicate an exact timeline for restoring normal water pressure. The pressure remains exceedingly low, posing a nuisance to households and affecting everyday life for many. While they have been advised to conserve water to combat the water shortage, residents are hoping that Aqua will resolve the issue as soon as possible so that life can return to normalcy in the affected areas.
In other news, an image of a ballot box in Robbinsville Township went viral on Thursday, with people taking to social media to express their support for a fair election. Reactions to the sudden drop in water pressure continue to be widespread, and the lack of effective communication with customers has sparked further concerns. Despite the curveballs thrown at them by the current situation, residents say they remain committed to finding a solution to the issue with Aqua Water.