Suez Water says they’re ‘prepared to deploy in case of any emergency event’


Suez Water says they’re “prepared to deploy in case of any emergency event” with Monday’s winter storm expected to continue into at least tomorrow morning.

By John Heinis/Hudson County View

“Our teams across New Jersey are prepared to deploy in case of any emergency event,” Suez Environmental Services Northeast Vice President and General Manager Jason O’Brien said in a statement.

“We assure customers that, as always, SUEZ will continue to provide uninterrupted service and will respond immediately to any urgent matters throughout this winter storm.”

Company officials said they are working closely with local emergency response teams to
coordinate preparation and response activities.

Additionally, SUEZ has assessed its backup generators, has extra drinking water treatment supplies on hand and is taking steps to protect the integrity of its facilities and water supplies.

Customers are reminded to check personal emergency preparedness plans and make sure
they have ample emergency supplies, such as flashlights, batteries and food. SUEZ also
encourages customers to store extra tap water in food-grade storage containers.

Additional emergency preparedness tips are available here.

Suez customers in Hoboken seeking updated information can call 1-800-422-0141, while those in Jersey City can reach Suez at 1-800-575-4433.

Updates will also be available on their website and corresponding social media pages.

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