We continue to be proactive in our response to the novel coronavirus ("COVID-19"). Due to this public health emergency, our equipment is experiencing blockages from “flushable” and disinfectant wipes.
With the increased use of wipes (“flushable”, wet, baby, anti-bacterial, disinfectant, etc.) and paper towels, we are reminding all residents to please make sure you put these items in the trash and do not flush them down the toilet!
We clean, recycle, and return water to the environment every minute of every day.
"The Bayshore Regional Sewerage Authority is Committed to a Clean Environment for Today, Tomorrow and Generations to Come".
In fulfilling that commitment, the BRSA Commissioners, Staff and Professionals strive to provide High Level Wastewater Treatment service to the Northern Bayshore Communities while actively pursuing process improvements that will lower the cost of doing business.
We are committed to establishing the highest standards of quality, while protecting the environment. We are devoted to producing safe working conditions for all employees, while continually improving our workplace practices. Our team is enthusiastic in overcoming all obstacles in a fiscally responsible manner, while delivering exceptional results.
What We Do
BRSA is a member of the New Jersey Water Environment Association (NJWEA) and the National Water Environment Federation (WEF). WEF created the video below to illustrate the work we do.
The BRSA is staffed with a Professional team focused on the greatest results for the lowest cost. Please use the attached link under the "Information" tab of the website to view the various awards and recognition BRSA has been awarded. Please use the attached link under the "About Us - Bayshore Success Center" tab of the website to view the various employees that have received awards and recognition from BRSA and other organizations.
BRSA & MCBOA Power Resiliency Generation Project
Please use the attached link under the "Projects" tab of the website to view the Powerpoint Presentation that was presented at the Union Beach Planning Board Meeting on Wednesday, February 24, 2021 for the Bayshore Regional Sewerage Authority (BRSA) & Monmouth County Bayshore Outfall Authority (MCBOA) Power Resiliency Generation Project.
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