United Water is dedicated to making our communities better places where we live and where we work.
We’re your neighbors. We live and work here, too. Read more about the programs we offer.
We offer free tours of our Haworth Treatment Plant located at 200 Lakeshore Drive, Haworth, NJ. Students and residents can see first hand how we purify our drinking water with one of the most powerful cleansing agents on Earth — ozone.
Tours for Haworth are conducted on Monday, Wednesday and Friday during the hours of 9:00 AM and 4:30 PM with the last tour being scheduled at 3:30 PM. Tours are given for groups of 15 or more.
To schedule a tour, please complete and return the Tour Request Form. For additional information you can call 800 664 4552 X3211.
One of our successful partnerships with municipalities across the U.S.
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To quench your thirst for information on water-related issues, United Water’s Speakers Bureau offers talks for community groups and schools.
Our company representatives can visit your group’s meeting to discuss many topics such as water supply and water quality, conservation, and xeriscape (conservation) gardening. Please contact us for more information.
Customer Advisory Panel
Our customer advisory panel provides input on various programs offered by United Water and help us find better ways to improve customer service initiatives. Members are encouraged to discuss topics of interest to them or their neighbors. These range from water quality issues to new service offerings.
United Water is always looking for new panel members. We look forward to fresh ideas that will further enhance the many programs and information we continue to offer to our customers. The panel is a great way to learn more about the company, its operations, management and future plans.
Customers interested in serving on the panel should complete a Customer Advisory Panel Questionnaire and contact us for more information.
Recreation and Fishing
United Water's Watershed Recreation Program opens the door to a world of outdoor enjoyment. The program, which runs from April 1 through November 30, allows our customers to enjoy the wooded lands surrounding our reservoirs for fishing or bird watching.
For a nominal application fee, your watershed recreation permit will give you access to four reservoirs - Oradell and Woodcliff Lake in New Jersey and Lake DeForest and Lake Tappan, both in Rockland County, New York. Wheelchair accessible areas are located at our Woodcliff Lake and Lake Tappan reservoirs. In addition the public can enjoy United Water 's nature trail. Five-miles of trails wind through 90 acres of land adjacent to the Oradell Reservoir featuring many natural points of interest along the way. For recorded information, please call our Watershed Recreation Hotline at 1 800 664 4552 Extension 3208.