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Bayshore Success Center
Celebrating 50 Years of Service

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For the protection of the environment and public health and safety, Hazlet Township, Holmdel Township, and the Borough of Union Beach created the Bayshore Regional Sewerage Authority (BRSA) under the Sewerage Authorities Law of the State of New Jersey. Officially established in 1968 by several town ordinances, in the final Parallel Ordinance, the BRSA was asked for its creation by the Monmouth County Sewerage Advisory Committee to serve the northern Bayshore area. The BRSA began operations at its treatment plant on February 6, 1974 after the completion of construction for the facility.

Bayshore Regional Sewerage Authority accomplishes its missions and values by maintaining a well operated, clean, and safe facility at 100 Oak Street in Union Beach, NJ. The facility operates well within the limits set by State and Federal permits. Improvements are aimed at lowering the cost of chemicals and energy while minimizing debt. There will not be a need to expand the facility capacity for the next 20 years. Consequently the users of the system can look forward to an era of lower costs, cleaner environment and a focus on sustainability.